Well there are gems here, but compared to the peerless 'Papperbok', there little to add to what you all know from the film. To that extent it is markedly inferior to ''Bok' and indeed 'The Big Red Book', which have a fair amount NOT in film/tv series. Then again there's no such thing as an unnecessary Python purchase for we Pythonists, besides, Cleese needs the money! And to be fair, the additional scene including the importunate young man 'a poor huge youth' is good and, better yet, the lad who thinks he might be transmogrifying into a bat and on being told off, explaining 'I did feel a bit bat-like for a second, winging my viewless way from eave to eave' (very Python, that). So parts are their peerless Python selves but this is the weakest of their books, in my view, from the top: 'Bok', 'Grail,'Big Red' with this a half-decent fourth. Unless what you need is 'just' the script, in which case 10/10!