The Classics as Portrayed by Moe, Larry and Curly.

17 Jan

Where are those three waifs who run away from Fagin into a life of luxury and then are almost killed by Bill Sikes?

Where are those three Scottish princes who are married to wives who can’t wash the blood of the king off their hands?

Where are those three Godfathers whose offers can’t be refused?

Where are those three knight errants who tilt against windmills?

Where are those three Caesars who just crossed the Rubicon?

Where are those three fast talking musical instrument salesmen who fall in love with the librarian?

Where are those three rebels who unite all the other mental patients on the ward against Nurse Ratchit?

Where are those three geniuses who are taking forever to finish the ceiling of the Sistine Chapel?

Where are those three Slumdogs who achieve ultimate success on Who Wants to be a Millionaire?

Where are those three small town lawyers who Scout and Jem rise for while the Stooges are passing?

Where are those three Saviors we sent for?

Where are those three Republican presidential candidates who keep bumping into each other?


3 Responses to “The Classics as Portrayed by Moe, Larry and Curly.”

  1. Sioux Steinkellner March 19, 2012 at 6:11 PM #

    Hilarious . Very funny post. We should be so lucky to have the Three Stooges for candidates instead of the three wooden, boring, unimaginative stiffs we have. God–think of how great their debates would have been. LOL, Sioux. 🙂 🙂 🙂

  2. Grant Harvey May 29, 2012 at 5:57 PM #

    Where are those three orphaned lions with excellently named fathers that die in tragic wildabeast accidents?

    Where are those three bedridden newspaper moguls whose fall from grace have caused their tragic demise with only the final word “Rosebud” and the blood(or whatever) of an unfortunate snowglobe to remember them by?

    Where are those three over-sized geckos that just looooove terrorizing Tokyo, but only so long as they’re the only one doing the terrorizing?

    Where are those three blond-headed twenty-something boys, eager to understand every reference but missing a couple to obscurity and new-age disrespect for popular culture before the 80s?

    • Grant Harvey May 29, 2012 at 5:59 PM #

      and yes, the only three films they show us at “FILM SCHOOL” these days are Citizen Kane, The Lion King and a couple youtube clips of something called, what is it, ‘Goz-rilla’?

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