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Monty Python's Flying Circus Season 1, Episode 4: "Owl-Stretching Time"

In the episode "Full Frontal Nudity" (Episode 8, Season 1) of Monty Python's Flying Circus, produced in 1969, it is "Jerusalem" that must be sung to get a salesman to remove a bag from over his head. The song is also used repeatedly in the episode "Owl-Stretching Time" (Episode 4, Season 1) as Eric Idle sings it from "The Cardiff Rooms", Libya (although he replaces the word "feet" with "teeth"). During the line about "England's mountains green.. " the scene cuts to a "Rustic monologue", which is broken up by the Colonel.

The Mentalist Season 2, Episode 23: "Red Sky in the Morning"

In "Red Sky in the Morning", the May 2010 second-season finale of The Mentalist, the hero Patrick Jane's nemesis Red John quotes Blake's poem "The Tyger". "Red Sky at Night", which opened the third season in Sept. 2010, finds Jane reading a text-only version of Blake's Songs of Innocence and of Experience, specifically the poem "The Divine Image". The Songs collection contains both poems. In Season 6 of The Mentalist Patrick Jane discovers a conspiracy of corrupt police officers and law enforcement named after William Blake that call themselves "The Blake Association" -Wikipedia

Monty Python's Flying Circus Season 1, Episode 8: "Full Frontal Nudity"

In the episode "Full Frontal Nudity" (Episode 8, Season 1) of Monty Python's Flying Circus, produced in 1969, it is "Jerusalem" that must be sung to get a salesman to remove a bag from over his head. The song is also used repeatedly in the episode "Owl-Stretching Time" (Episode 4, Season 1) as Eric Idle sings it from "The Cardiff Rooms", Libya (although he replaces the word "feet" with "teeth"). During the line about "England's mountains green.. " the scene cuts to a "Rustic monologue", which is broken up by the Colonel.

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