Jones is fascinating: a comedy maker and medieval European scholar, who could write about the satire in The Canterbury Tales's portrait of the Knight (seriously, in his book Chaucer's Knight: Portrait of a Medieval Mercenary) and become an expert on (say) the use of human remains during Crusade sieges, and also discuss the use of ducks in witch-finding in Monty Python and the Holy Grail (remember, if she weighs the same as a duck, she's made of wood, and therefore -- A WITCH!!!). He's large and contains multidudes, while at the same time being this tiny squat Welsh guy.
Be OK, Mr. Jones. And when you do get OK, I'm sure you'll find a way to be funny about it. Pythons have been known to do that.
(Found via Poppy Z. Brite's journal)