This is a 1983 musical-sketch comedy written and performed by the Monty Python team, and directed by one of its members, Terry Jones. It has a series of extraordinarily and foolishly funny episodes. One of those nonsensical episodes is Part VI---The Autumn Years. This is the most disgustingly hilarious so much so that I've almost laughed to death literally. Miraculously I've survived this nonsense comedy. In this most absurd episode, you see a posh restaurant where a silly pianist sings "The Penis Song" while playing the piano. Then comes Mr. Creosote (Jones), who is an impossibly and ridiculously fat man in his autumn years. He swears at the unflappable maître d' (Cleese) and occasionally vomits copiously and disgustingly! The fat man orders and finishes an enormous meal and a huge quantity of beer and wine---to the disgust of other patrons. After finishing, the maître d' offers him a small after-dinner mint, before running and hiding to watch Creosote explode, showering the restaurant with human entrails and vomit. Oh, what a disgusting skit. I can hardly believe that any sensible person could produce such an extraordinarily ridiculous and disgusting episode. You would love to laugh it off, I'm pretty sure.