Series 4, Episode 40: Norwegian Party Political Broadcast
NORWEGIAN Eric Idle
VOICE OVER Graham Chapman
(A very straight Norwegian in light blue suit and tie appean. He speaks earnestly in Norwegian. Ad-libbed, on the lines of the following.)
Norwegian: Ik tvika nasai…
SUBTITLE: ‘GOOD EVENING’
Norwegian: . .. Stivianka sobjiord ki niyanska ik takka Norge weginda zokiy yniet…
SUBTITLE; YOU MAY THINK IT STRANGE THAT WE SHOULD BE ASKING YOU TO VOTE NORWEGIAN AT THE NEXT ELECTION’
Norwegian: … Ik vietta nogiunda sti jibiora…
SUBTITLE: ‘BUT CONSIDER THE ADVANTAGES’
Norwegian: In Norge we hatta svinska offikiose buinni a gogik in Europa.
SUBTITLE: ‘IN NORWAY, WE HAVE ONE OF THE HIGHEST PER CAPITA INCOME RATES IN EUROPE’
Norwegian: Sti glikka in Norge tijik dinstianna gildoosi stiiioska kary.
SUBTITLE: ‘WE HAVE AN INDUSTRIAL RE-INVESTMENT RATE OF 14%
Norwegian: E in Norge we haua siddinkarvo dikinik chaila osto tykka hennakska.
SUBTITLE: ‘AND GIRLS WITH MASSIVE KNOCKERS!’
Norwegian: Gikkiaski ungurden kola bijiusti stonosse.
SUBTITLE; ‘HONESTLY’ THEY’LL DO ANYTHING FOR YOU’
Norwegian: Hijiasgo biundenen ki yikilpa stivvora niski ofidae.
SUBTITLE: ‘THEY’LL GO THROUGH THE CARD’
Norwegian: E stavaskija, E stonioska.
SUBTITLE’. ‘YOU NAME IT’ THEY KNOW IT’
Norwegian: Stingtic oloshoyert okka in Trondheim khi oyplitz…
SUBTITLE: ‘THERE’S ONE IN TRONDHEIM WHO CAN PUT HER . . .’
CAPTION: ‘PARTY POLITICAL BROADCAST ON BEHALF OF THE NORWEGIAN PARTY’
Voice Over: Highlights of that broadcast will be discussed later by Lord George-Brown, ex-Foreign Secretary, Mr Sven Olafson, the ex-Norwegian Minster of Finance, Sir Charles Ollendorff, ex-Chairman of the Norwegian Trades Council, Mr Hamish McLavell, the Mayor of Wick, the nearest large town to Norway, Mrs Betty Norday, whose name sounds remarkably like Norway, Mr Brian Waynor, whose name is an anagram of Norway, Mr and Mrs Ford, whose name sounds like Fjord, of which there are a lot in Norway, Ron and Christine Boslo
(Balloons ascending. The montage with music as we continue with ‘The Golden Age of Ballooning: Zeppelin‘)