Saturday, April 12, 2008

Mary Worth 167

Don't be deceived by Mary's apparent disinterest. When she says, "Don't worry, Donna," Mary doesn't mean Donna's wasting her extremely precious time worrying about something that she really has no control over. What she means is, "The next time you see me, I'll be accompanied by two very reconciled young men who have completely surrendered their animosity, individuality and personal integrity to the will of my all-powerful meddling."

I can't wait to meet Ron & Richie. Those poor, unsuspecting fools.

Boojum, your request for Lawrence Welk has been approved by the Condo Board and added to the Charterstone Jukebox. Sadly, your first request, "One Toke Over the Line," that modern spiritual, was unavailable. But because it is such a stellar rendition, and truly deserves to be seen, not just heard, I'm posting the video link you shared below. Thanks! What I want to know is why the accordion player is coughing?



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3 comments:

Key Man said...

Impressive ventriloquism act. They must have had no idea what they were singing about.

boojum said...

Ahhhhhh... Take it away, boys! And-a One, and-a Two...

JLH said...

What more perfect tune for the evening of a perfect April day, work and all.... I haven't even looked at it on YouTube yet to get the context, but I'm thinkin' Corky St. Clair might include this in his next musical in Blaine. Thank you for this treat!