(Monty Python's Flying Circus was just added to Netflix.)
By Netflix's reckoning, S1E11 ("The Royal Philharmonic Orchestra Goes to the Bathroom") has a segment called "The World of History: Social Legislation in the 18th Century" that overlays staid historical mumblings with some racy female nudity. The core of the bit centers around a series of buffoons, all professors named "Gumby," making ludicrous statements.
After statements from several of these morons, they return to Carol Cleveland in lingerie, holding up a mechanical beater, and saying (in Cleese's voice):
"One subject, four different views. 12 and 6 in a plain wrapper."
What does that mean? I'm not familiar with "12 and 6," which seems like some kind of euphemism or synecdoche.