THE PINK KNIGHT TRIES TO EMBRACE HIM AND AFTER A VERY BRIEF STRUGGLE THEY LOSE THEIR BALANCE AND FALL OVER ON TOP OF EACH OTHER. A COUPLE OF BITS OF THEIR ARMOUR GET CAUGHT.
ARTHUR: Get off! Get off!
P.K: I can't, I'm stuck.
A COUPLE OF MONKS AND NUNS HAVE COME INTO SIGHT AND ARE NOW APPROACHING THE HAPPY COUPLE.
P.K: We might as well now.
ARTHUR: Stop it, will you!
MONKS: Dirty buggers.
ARTHUR: I beg your pardon?
MONKS: Disgusting. You could at least go indoors. You landowners are all the same.
Another sketch sees a news reporter, dehydrated from wandering the deserts, enter an old-timey Wild West saloon, only to find that he's entered "the last bookshop before you get to Mexico" -- a place filled with cowboys who love "rootin', ridin', and readin'." A tough cowboy then enters the bar and demands a copy of Black Beauty, only to find that the store has a single dog-eared copy left.
KID: Listen! We gotta ride south tonight. We got another five days on the trail. This is gonna get all crumpled and bent.
BAR: It's quite strong.
KID: Listen, Mister! When you ride like we do, things get real rough. You don't know what it's like 'til you've settled down round the campfire to the sound of the wild dogs and the rattlesnakes, and you get out a book to read, and it's bent in the cover, and it's got creases right across the pages, and the paper's got all roughed up ...
It might seem weird that a story about medieval knights on a crusade to find the Holy Grail diverges into a sketch about the Old West, but that's pretty much how the movie ends -- with the cast gearing up for a massive battle, only to get arrested by the police before it kicks off proper.