John Cleese has joined in the online pile-on of Fox News in the US, after it unwittingly quoted a line from Monty Python and the Holy Grail.
The Python stars paid tribute to their late friend Terry Jones at his funeral in north London.
While they may have spend decades working together as Monty Python, Terry Gilliam and John Cleese are poles apart when it comes to politics.
It beat the likes of I'm Alan Partridge and Father Ted to the top spot, after a panel of 42 comedy experts cast their votes for the Radio Times.
The 'Monty Python' star was complaining on Twitter about getting the cold shoulder from Netflix over a comedy special.
When it comes to sharing his feelings on Donald Trump, John Cleese really doesn't beat around the bush. On Monday night the British comedy legend appeared on <em>The Late Show</em> and spoke about the US President with Stephen Colbert. SEE ALSO: John Cleese says he's not bothered by the prospect of death "He says the British like him," Colbert remarks in the clip above. "Do they like him?" "No," is Cleese's immediate response. His biggest shut-down comes a few seconds later, though, when Colbert says Trump doesn't trust continental Europeans. "He doesn't trust anyone in charge of a democracy, does he?" is Cleese's reply.