A brilliantly nonsensical scene in the middle of Monty Python's Meaning of Life, resembling arty French surrealist cinema. The script can be found at Monty Python's Meaning of Life : Part Four.

Annoyingly, whenever I'm looking for something I find myself reciting, "Where is that fish?... that went wherever I did goooow..." which then sets me off on "Today's fish is trout á la créme. Enjoy your meal." And then people look at me like I'm weird.

Note: the "arbitrary woman" referred to by dgr8bob above was Graham Chapman in a basque.

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