Wednesday, July 14, 2010

I Love New York

Thanks to trusty Rubinvillian Alphonso for passing this one along. It's so great it almost makes me want to go to the east side to ride a train just to see if I can get involved next time.

Eh, actually, it would take a lot more to get me to the east side, but still it's pretty freakin' cool...


11 comments:

Jeff Poulos said...

check out Improv Everywhere on You Tube, these guys do some funny stuff --- the Ghostbusters re-enactment is a great one, and for sports fans (ie, Dave), Where's Bob at a basketball game is kinda funny.

Hal said...

Does it count as improv when all of the lines are from the original screenplay? More like guerrilla theater. Still, very cool.

Barry said...

Danger, Will Robinson! Danger! Isn't that from "Star Wars"? I get all confused when it comes to this particular topic.

Jerry said...

OK Dave, what character would you show up to play? Jar jar Binks? Gay comic relief. Perfect!

Hal said...

Barry: It's easier to remember which one is which if you make mental associations with movie musicals. "Danger, Will Robinson!" is from "Lost in Space," which featured one of the little girls from "The Sound of Music." "Star Wars" featured the daughter of the star of "The Unsinkable Molly Brown."

Alphonso said...

Where the F was Chewy?

Barry said...

Oh, Hal I knew you'd come through. Not to mention that Mrs. Robinson was in "Meet Me in St. Louis" as lovely Lucille Ballard, the eastern snob. Hey, Dave, you lost again yet?

Hal said...

Ah, yes, who can forget when Judy Garland, as Esther Smith (not Blodgett) put the most horrible young men in St. Louis on Miss Ballard's dance card, but ended up taking all her dances when the plan changed?

Barry said...

Although if you think about it, Hal, it was rather cruel of Esther and Rose to do that to Lucille Ballard, especially since they'd never met her. Come to think of it, the whole family was a little off. . .especially Tootie (no, Dave, not Kim Fields on roller skates). Remember when Tootie and Agnes put the dummy on the trolley tracks and the trolley went off the tracks and dozens of people could have been killed. Oh, how the family laughed at those young scamps. Good times in St. Louis.

Hal said...

And don't forget the zany complications that ensued when Tootie (again, not Kim Fields) falsely accused John Truitt of child abuse! Ah, those were more innocent times.

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