|Billy the Poet - 2010-10-10 |
|HarrietTubmanPI - 2010-10-10 |
This is one hell of a high brow parody of all those scenes made in the movies and pictures 40's and 50's where they would cart in a world class musician and everyone would melodramatically sit around them in the parlor listening in formal wear.
Oh and it's more specifically a parody of a Joan Crawford movie - but they did this all the time for a lot of movies.
|Caminante Nocturno - 2010-10-10 |
The only thing more impressive than Fodor's violin is O'Hara's Crawford.
|duck&cover - 2010-10-10 |
Fid-dle make ears hurt! Me strong, me break.
|Chalkdust - 2010-10-11 |
oh sure, the whole party just HAS to grind to a stop when Smirky McBrillcreem drags out the violin... everybody's too polite to say anything but we're all pretty fed up with him
|Goofy Gorilla - 2010-10-11 |
I gave the sheet music to a friend of mine in high school and told him it was the All-State excerpt that we had to learn in the next few weeks.
He asked me, pissed-off and red-faced, what the Hell I had given him about ten minutes later.
|cognitivedissonance - 2010-10-11 |
Jesus, the subtle gag is that she's sipping cola. Fantastic, if you're a Crawford ironyfag like me.
|Rosebeekee - 2010-10-11 |
The huge shoulder pads on Catherine O'Hara.
|thirteen3seven - 2010-10-11 |
The joke went entirely over my head, but that's some damned ridiculous playing.
|boner - 2010-10-11 |
SCTV is airing in Canada again.. they've been showing the really ancient stuff from the 70's. Man, they were pretty raw at first.
|Oktay - 2015-12-23 |
Submitted on 10/10/10, is a 10/10.
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