Say Caroline Sometimes when I think about this sketch I wonder if the last pig, while he was unaware of the goat, whether he may have feared if there was something awfully fishy going on. Did you notice how during the second chorus he held up a rope between him and his buddy before he fell? His buddy nods at it as if to say "Yes. My line is firmly secure", but he still falls anyway. In that case I suppose they may well have been all roped together at the start. The first one may have had his fears modified by knowing he was fastened to his buddies. So the goat may have been able to slyly bite through the rope without them noticing before sending him tumbling to his doom. Therefore the other two could have thought his line had somehow come loose or not been fastened adaquately in addition to the loose rocks he must have slipped on. So after having verified that the rest of the rope was sure and sound having it come loose again may have seemed too suspicious, plus the uncanny coincidence that both his poor buddies should lose their footing at the exact same moment of each chorus. Rather alarmingly strange, huh? So no wonder he was apprehensive as he neared the dreaded part of his solo chorus. And just imagine his relief at not falling only to be killed with the large boulders a few moments afterwards. What do you think of what I've just speculated as well as my last funny thought above?