What does not happen next?

Monty Python wakes up, half-ghost-like, his body a translucent sheet. He stands, wordless, in front of Nautilus, although a low grumble comes from Monty’s crooked lips after a minute of his staring.

After a second of the two of them frozen in place like that, Monty suddenly becomes glimmering, glittering, spinning and shining as though he’s something memorable. Nautilus realises that it’s just like a disco ball.

Suddenly, Monty starts to ‘boogie down’, most likely to the BeeGee’s ‘Night Fever’, and all Nautilus can do is watch his sort-of friend dancing like a clear lunatic!

The End

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