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Barnabas (enters singing) : How'd you do. I see you've met my faithful..handy man...

Caption This! - Night of Dark Shadows / Re: Night Of Dark Shadows
« on: March 01, 2005, 09:49:57 PM »
Alex- "You know Quentin, from this angle you look like Michelangelo's David, in denim."

Elizabeth: That is a bad scratch Diavid, so you say you and your little friend Sarah were playing football, and she pulled it away right when you went to kick it, and you slid right onto the Old House porch?

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Sarah: And then I pulled the football away from David, just like I was Lucy and he was Charlie Brown...

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Maggie (Thinking): Teaching her songs from Annie may not have been my best idea, but at least it got her off "London Bridge"
Sarah: (singing) "Tommorw, Tomorrow! I love you tomorrow..."


Current Talk '05 I / Re: More Storyline Speculation
« on: February 23, 2005, 11:39:18 PM »
I like the idea of future family members showing up, or posibly future versions of David or Caroline

also i'd have liked to see a "Creature from the Black Lagoon/seamonster story.
Actually, I agree completely,  that a  sea creature would have worked in the Collinsport setting, plus a pure "monster" would have kept interest, especially for the younger viewers. Dan always said he would have had a mummy in Collinsport if they could have found a good reason for one to be there. (Not that Laura couldn't have brought one...)
      I am surprised no one has mention the best classic plot the series didn't try, "The Phantom of the Opera". This could have been well adapted as it has the pertinent elements of both gothic horror and romance.

Michael  [2Bats]

"I receive an Oscar nomination for working with Richard Burton and John Huston and the best my agent can get me is a Disney film about a cat solving a kidnapping? Oh Barnabas!"

Caption This! - The Werewolf-Quentin's Ghost / Re: Episode #0670
« on: February 22, 2005, 11:22:54 PM »
Carolyn: (to Vicki, offscreen)   ...yeah, about the size of golfballs.

Sam: Don't worry Maggie, I won't be sending you back to the Trask Family Kindergarden, I promise.

Julia: No Maggie, I have no idea who this Linda Loveless or whatever her name is, you do not have one of THOSE in THERE. Personally I'm very upset with the films that Joe Haskell has been taking you to.

 :-X I'm so naughty, but it's been back in the news! >:D

Caption This! - The Werewolf-Quentin's Ghost / Re: Episode #0673
« on: February 21, 2005, 11:34:48 PM »
Ho, is this a dagger I see before me? Come, let me clutch thee.

Damn, I know that script backwards and forwards. Why am I such a slow read?

Caption This! - The Werewolf-Quentin's Ghost / Re: Episode #0670
« on: February 21, 2005, 11:30:08 PM »
Amy: Then Michael Jackson and David called me a "dumb girl" and went "ooooooo" and then they locked themself in a room for hours while I had to play make-up with Rebbie and Latoya.

Caption This! - The Werewolf-Quentin's Ghost / Re: Episode #0673
« on: February 21, 2005, 11:27:49 PM »
Chris: First Barbie and Ken break up, now Brad and Jennifer. Barnabas this is madness. What hope do I have that Carolyn and I can make it?

Maggie: Please Big daddy, sing me those songs you used to do when I was little, like "The Blue Tailed Fly", "The Ugly Bug Ball", "Lavender Blue" and the "Holly, Jolly Christmas" one.

Caption This! - 1897 / Re: Episode #0759
« on: February 17, 2005, 11:33:28 PM »
Dirk: A bat! No, He'll get in my hair. My beautiful hair! Noooooooooooooooo!
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Sadly, few in Broadway history give a footnote to David Ford and Sharon Smythe as the first George and Martha in "Who's Afraid of Virginia Wolfe."