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Why does this never get tedious or boring?
never been to a dinner party with several middle-aged Python fans then?
I said sitcom, not sketch show. Quoting sketchshows is always tedious and should be outlawed.
techically very long sitcoms.
go back to Russia
Well why doesn't Dr Reisman come and post on DiS and you can come to my office, lie on my couch and cry about your mammy?
you've never met any rabid Mighty Boosh fans.
Uh, yes, most likely, yes. I'm, uh, H.E. Pennypacker. I'm a wealthy industrialist and philanthropist and, uh, a bicyclist. And, um, yes, I'm looking for a place where I can settle down with my, uh, peculiar habits, and, uh, the women that I frequent with. (sniffing wall) Mmm. Mombassa, hmm?
back to George in the other theater. He stands at the front of the
theater, the movie screen behind and above him. He is still trying to
find Jerry, Elaine and Susan.
GEORGE: Susan! Jerry! Where are you? I know you're there! Answer me!
MOVIE PATRON: [Hey, sit down!]
GEORGE: Hey. Hey. Answer me! Come on, show yourselves!
MOVIE PATRON: [Hey, we're trying to watch a movie here!]
GEORGE: Drink your soda! Come on! I know you're there, laughing at
me. Laughing and lying and laughing! I had to go to Reggies, Jerry!
MOVIE PATRON: [Move it off of there!]
GEORGE: Where are you!
2nd MOVIE PATRON: [Hey are you sure you got the right theater?]
GEORGE: Yeah, yeah, yeah. Chunnel. Susan!
2nd MOVIE PATRON: [It's playing in two theaters.]
GEORGE: Two theaters?
2nd MOVIE PATRON: [Yeah, there's a 9:00 too.]
GEORGE: Oh. Sorry.
(A large bucket of popcorn is thrown at George. He tries to deflect it,
but the popcorn flies all over)
(once again, from the movie we hear this dialogue: “There's something
else, your ex-wife. Alexandra? She's in France, I’m telling ya. No,
she's in the Chunnel. The Chunnel? No! Mr. President, I’m sorry to
disturb you. What is it? There's something about the Chunnel. Oh?”
[inaudible] And that means your daughter is in the Chunnel. Somewhere
between France and ... [inaudible]”
"You don't know my name, do you?"
"Yes I do."
"What is it?"
"It, uh, rhymes with a female body part."
"What is it?"