Monty Python's the Meaning of Life
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In this British comedy featuring funny and often bizarre sketches, an impoverished Catholic father tells his children he will need to sell them to make ends meet. His explanation quickly devolves into a comical and irreverent song about Catholic beliefs (particularly those surrounding birth control), a song which also mentions other religions, including Mormons:
"There are Jews in the world,
There are Buddhists,
There are Hindus and Mormons and then,
There are those that follow Mohammed,
But I've never been one of them . . . "