Two days ago, the British troupe of humorists, the Monty Python, announced in London that they will be back on stage from July the first. It’s a big reunion thirty years after their separation. But they were not all there because one of the six humorists, Graham Chapman, died in 1989. They are more than 70 and their accumulated age is 357 years old. They wanted the meeting to be funny and they didn’t answer seriously at all. So it turned into a show. Thus we can say that they haven’t lost their humor in spite of their age and that they will continue to make us laugh for a long time.