I am slowly transcribing the sketches, so bear with me.
Key to notation in scripts: G.C. = Graham Chapman, T.J. = Terry Jones, T.G. = Terry Gilliam, M.P. - Michael Palin,
E.I. = Eric Idle, J.C. = John Cleese, C.C. = Carol Cleveland
Who played who in the sketches only relates to the series. Casting may be different in live recordings/ records.
Broadcast dates are the first time the episode was shown on BBC television.
Episode Twenty-Seven - "Whicker's World"
Recorded - 14th January 1972, First broadcast - 19th October 1972
Court Scene - Multiple Murder
Court Scene (Viking)
Stock Exchange Report
Burying the Cat
Mrs. Premise and Mrs. Conclusion Visit Jean-Paul Sartre
Episode Twenty-eight - Mr. and Mrs. Brian Norris' Ford Popular
Recorded - 28th January 1972, First broadcast - 26th October 1972
Emigration from Surbiton to Hounslow
Schoolboys' Life Assurance Company
How to Rid the World of All Known Diseases
Mrs. Niggerbaiter Explodes
'Life of Tchaikowsky'
World War One
The BBC is Short of Money
Puss in Boots
Episode Twenty-nine - (Untitled)
Recorded - 4th December 1971, First broadcast - 2nd November 1972
'The Money Programme' incl. Money Song
Fraud Film Squad
Salvation Fuzz (aka Dead Bishop)
Apology for Violence and Nudity
Ken Russell's 'Gardening Club'
The Lost World of Roiurama
Six More Minutes of Monty Python's Flying Circus
Hitting on the Head Lessons
Inspector Flying Fox of the Yard
One More Minute of Monty Python's Flying Circus
Episode Thirty - Blood, Devastation, Death, War, and Horror
Recorded - 11th December 1971, First broadcast - 9th November 1972
'Blood, Devastation, Death, War, and Horror'
The Man Who Speaks in Anagrams
Life and Death Struggles
Mary Recruitment Office
Bus Conductor Sketch
The Man Who Makes People Laugh Uncontrollably
Army Captain as Clown
Gestures to Indicate Pauses in a Televised Talk
The News with Richard Baker
'The Pantomime Horse is a Secret Agent' film
Episode Thirty-one - "The All-England Summarize Proust Competition"
Recorded - 24th April 1972, First broadcast - 16th November 1972
Summarise Proust Competition
Hairdressers' Ascent Up Mount Everest
'Party Hints' with Veronica Smalls
Travel Agent (aka Watney's Red Barrel)
Anne Elk's Theory on Brontosauruses
Episode Thirty-two - (Untitled)
Recorded - 21st January 1972, First broadcast - 23rd November 1972
Tory Housewives Clean-up Campaign
Gumby Brain Specialist
Molluscs - 'Live' TV Documentary
The Minister for Not Listening to People
Party Political Broadcast
Expedition to Lake Pahoe
The Silliest Interview We've Ever Had
The Silliest Sketch We've Ever Done
Episode Thirty-three - (Untitled)
Recorded - 7th January 1972, First broadcast - 30th November 1972
Biggles Dictates a Letter
Climbing the North Face of the Uxbridge Road
Old Lady Snoopers
The Show So Far
The Cheese Shop
Philip Jenkinson on Cheese Westerns
Sam Peckinpah's 'Salad Days'
The News with Richard Baker
Seashore Interlude Film
Episode Thirty-four - "The Cycling Tour"
Recorded - 4th May 1972, First broadcast - 7th December 1972
Accidents Involving Food
'Russian 42nd International Clambake'
'Jack in a Box'
Episode Thirty-five - (Untitled)
Recorded - 11th May 1972, First broadcast - 14th December 1972
Bomb on Plane
A Naked Man
Ten Seconds of Sex
Housing Project Built by Characters from Nineteenth-century English Literature
M1 Interchange Built by Characters from 'Paradise Lost'
Mystico and Janet - Flats Built by Hypnosis
The Olympic Hide-and-seek Final
The British Well-Basically Club
Prices on the Planet Algon
Episode Thirty-six - (Untitled)
Recorded 25th May 1972, First broadcast - 21st December 1972
Tudor Jobs Agency
Elizabethan Pornography Smugglers
Silly Disturbances (the Rev. Arthur Belling)
The Free Repetition of Doubtful Words Sketch, by an Underrated Author
'Is There?'... Life after Death?
The Man Who Says Words in the Wrong Order
Episode Thirty-seven - (Untitled)
Recorded - 17th April 1972, First broadcast - 4th January 1973
'Boxing Tonight' - Jack Bodell vs. Sir Kenneth Clark
Dennis Moore incl. Dennis Moore
What the Stars Foretell
TV4 or Not TV4'?
Dennis Moore Rides Again
Ideal Loon Exhibition
Off-licence (Including More Dennis Moore)
Episode Thirty-eight - (Untitled)
Recorded 18th December 1971, First broadcast - 11th January 1973
Party Political Broadcast (Choreographed)
'Book at Bedtime' - 'Redgauntlet'
No Time to Lose
Penguins (Including BBC Programme Planners)
'Spot the Loony'
'Dad's Doctors' and Other Interesting Shows
Episode Thirty-nine - "Grandstand"
Recorded - 18th May 1972, First broadcast - 18th January 1973
Thames TV Introduction
'Light Entertainment Awards' with Dickie Attenborough
The Oscar Wilde Sketch
David Niven's Fridge
Pasolini's 'The Third Test Match'
New Brain from Curry's
Credits of the Year
Back to the 'Light Entertainment Awards'
The Dirty Vicar Sketch