He's also worked on such projects as Rutland Weekend Television, The Rutles, Nuns on the Run, Splitting Heirs and voiced Merlin in Shrek the Third.
What does RWT stand for?
RWT stands for Rutland Weekend Television (TV show; UK)
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He's become something of an icon in popular culture, skitted by Eric Idle on BBC comedy Rutland Weekend Television, and later credited as the inspiration for The Fast Show character Louis Balfour whose catchphrase "Nice
In the 1970s, Innes joined with Eric Idle of the Monty Python team to create the television comedy series Rutland Weekend Television.
I did Rutland Weekend Television and Ripping Yarns and from there got into the Python films.
The band, dubbed the Prefab Four, were possibly the funniest thing to come out of the 1970s comedy series, Rutland Weekend Television, which itself was an off-shoot of Monty Python's Flying Circus.
The BBC should re-run neglected gems like It Ain't Half Hot Mum, Dear John and Rutland Weekend Television.
Neil's career has since then been steeped in TV comedy with Rutland Weekend Television, The Rutles and The Innes Book of Records and Neil slipped in little gems of jingles and anecdotes from this period.
It was Idle again who asked him to work on his own television show Rutland Weekend Television.