22.Jan:15. Horrifically bad Pulp Fiction jokes; Dysentery butt of joke; Jesus Christ Superstar dance

wk 50 in 2021: Saturday, December 11th at 11:45 p.m. This is a joke made for humor reasons. It is part of a black comedy that is shared. Transcript: "(Lehan's feeble girly voice)" "when I saw Sheranya" "Oh look, all these nice girls everywhere" "(giggles uncontrollably)" "(thinking of fun thoughts)" "I was just searching, and I realized, Sheranya looks just like Yvonne De Carlo" "I didn't want to lose the opportunity to point out her resemblance to Yvonne and Heilani" "oh you're very photogenic, you should be an actress" "Heilani has the same face" * Lehan does the King Herod finger pointing dance * Jesus Christ Superstar - King Herod's Song: King Herod (Joshua Mostel) challenges Jesus (Ted Neeley): https://youtu.be/Z9ALiADrJro Quote from Quentin Tarantino's movie Pulp Fiction regarding Butch's dad's watch and dysentery. "she suffers a problem, there's blood" "I was like, oh my G-d!" "this was very important to report as it's breaking new" Mockingly reads the news on BBC out loud Criticises Bo Jo for having a Christmas Party. *** The Gold Watch - Pulp Fiction: https://youtu.be/YFtHjV4c4uw BUTCH'S POV A- We're in the living room of a modest two bedroom house in Alhambra, California, in the year 1972. BUTCH'S MOTHER, 35ish, stands in the doorway leading into the living room. Next to her is a man dressed in the uniform of an American Air Force officer. The CAMERA is the perspective of a five-year old boy. MOTHER Butch, stop watching TV a second. We got a special visitor. Now do you remember when I told you your daddy died in a P.O.W. camp? BUTCH (O.S.) Uh-huh. MOTHER Well this here is Capt. Koons. He was in the P.O.W. camp with Daddy. CAPT. KOONS steps inside the room toward the little boy and bends down on one knee to bring him even with the boy's eyeline. When Koons speaks, he speaks with a slight Texas accent. CAPT. KOONS Hello, little man. Boy I sure heard a bunch about you. See, I was a good friend of your Daddy's. We were in that Hanoi pit of hell over five years together. Hopefully, you'll never have to experience this yourself, but when two men are in a situation like me and your Daddy were, for as long as we were, you take on certain responsibilities of the other. If it had been me who had not made it, Major Coolidge would be talkin' right now to my son Jim. But the way it worked out is I'm talkin' to you, Butch. I got somethin' for ya. The Captain pulls a gold wrist watch out of his pocket. CAPT. KOONS "This watch I got here was first purchased by your great-granddaddy. It was bought during the First World War in a little general store in Knoxville, Tennessee. It was bought by private Doughboy Ernie Coolidge the day he set sail for Paris. It was your great-granddaddy's war watch, made by the first company to ever make wrist watches. You see, up until then, people just carried pocket watches. Your great-granddaddy wore that watch every day he was in the war. Then when he had done his duty, he went home to your great- grandmother, took the watch off his wrist and put it in an ol' coffee can. And in that can it stayed 'til your grandfather Dane Coolidge was called upon by his country to go overseas and fight the Germans once again. This time they called it World War Two. Your great-granddaddy gave it to your granddad for good luck. Unfortunately, Dane's luck wasn't as good as his old man's. Your granddad was a Marine and he was killed with all the other Marines at the battle of Wake Island. Your granddad was facing death and he knew it. None of those boys had any illusions about ever leavin' that island alive. So three days before the Japanese took the island, your 22-year old grandfather asked a gunner on an Air Force transport named Winocki, a man he had never met before in his life, to deliver to his infant son, who he had never seen in the flesh, his gold watch. Three days later, your grandfather was dead. But Winocki kept his word. After the war was over, he paid a visit to your grandmother, delivering to your infant father, his Dad's gold watch. This watch. This watch was on your Daddy's wrist when he was shot down over Hanoi. He was captured and put in a Vietnamese prison camp. Now he knew if the g00ks ever saw the watch it'd be confiscated. The way your Daddy looked at it, that watch was your birthright. And he'd be damned if any sl0peheads were gonna put their greasy yella hands on his boy's birthright. So he hid it in the one place he knew he could hide somethin'. His ass. Five long years, he wore this watch up his ass. Then when he died of dysentery, he gave me the watch. I hid this uncomfortable hunk of metal up my ass for two years. Then, after seven years, I was sent home to my family. And now, little man, I give the watch to you." Capt. Koons hands the watch to Butch. A little hand comes into FRAME to accept it. CUT TO: INT. LOCKER ROOM – NIGHT B- The 27-year old Butch Coolidge is dressed in boxing regalia: trunks, shoes and gloves. He lies on a table catching a few zzzzzz's before his big fight. Almost as soon as WE CUT to him, he wakes up with a start. Shaken by the bizarre memory, he wipes his sweaty face with his boxing glove. His trainer KLONDIKE, an older fireplug, opens the door a little, sticking his head in the room. Pandemonium seems to be breaking out behind Klondike in the hallway. KLONDIKE It's time, Butch. BUTCH I'm ready. Klondike steps inside, closing the door on the WILD MOB outside. He goes to the long yellow robe hanging on a hook. Butch hops off the table and, without a word, Klondike helps him on with the robe, which says on the back: "BATTLING BUTCH COOLIDGE". The two men head for the door. Klondike opens the door for Butch. As Butch steps into the hallway, the Crowd goes apeshit. Klondike closes the door behind him, leaving us in the quiet, empty locker room.

Jan 01, 2022 5:53:16pm

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