IMHO, the second funniest movie in the history of cinema is Monty Python And The Holy Grail. (The first is Blazing Saddles. As Gene Wilder said in the film, what is a dazzling urbanite like you doing in a rustic setting like this? It's a question I have sometimes asked myself in the mirror since landing in STL.) Anyway, in one of Holy Grail's most famous scenes, King Arthur and his knights have been denied access to a French castle. They devise a trick to gain entrance. It is a variation on The Iliad's Trojan horse, but this one is a rabbit. The results are disastrous. At the Renaissance Faire its only purpose was amusement. I wonder how many people get the reference these days.