Episode 271: “Gah, I say.”
Our hero tries his hand at deception!
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— Steve @theSteveConley
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And this sort of extended death performance is why Hrundi V. Bakshi (Peter Sellars) was blacklisted.
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My favorite parts of that film were his Morgan trike and the chase scene around the fountain.
Who says Shakespeare is dead?
Shakespeare, probably. Several times. In iambic pentameter. For two scenes.
That’s what he deserved for shaking his spear where it was unwise to shake it!
Methinks our intrepid hero has learned method acting from the Monty Python crew. In fact, if he had been there when they were filming ‘In Search of the Holy Grail’, they’d have welcomed him in with open arms. Not too sure they’d want Maledicta around though.
Just now occurred to me, Steve, almost all names that end with an ‘a’ are female names? Is Maledicta male, female or simply an it?
The junior observer= “No way is that real! He’s faking it!”
The bearded observer= “It’s Sir Quimp. It . . . makes sense.”