It’s the Dave Brubeck Quartet appearing at the Cafeteria tonight.
“Gnarly” comes from the 1820s word “gnarl,” meaning “knob, knot.” In the late 1960s, it became surfer slang to describe a particularly dangerous wave. Meanwhile, at the Dame Edith Evans College for Grownups.The phrase “Meanwhile, back at _____” originated with cards inserted in silent films of the early 20th century. Jell-O is a sweetened gelatin dessert made by Kraft Foods.
My missile’s ready to fire.
Yeah, purple microdot. And perfectly encapsulates the loose feel of Season 2 that I love so much. By the time the New Testament was written, however, Beelzebub was conflated with Satan and the name became a synonym for the Christian antagonist. Just like none of it quite rings of terror?
–Thanks.The Premature Burial is a 1962 horror film based on an 1844 story by Edgar Allan Poe.
Anyway, they’d have just thought he was a freak for charging that machine gun nest armed only with a baby pineapple. “And each marker withholds many stories. -The Casey Kasem guy. Magoo was the elderly, nearsighted star of a series of short cartoons that first appeared in 1949 and lasted well into the late ‘70s.
It is attributed to Catholic papal legate and inquisitor Arnaud Amalric (d. 1225).
Whatever you do, just don’t smoke.”. Oh, that’s nice. What a hoot. “You go by the morgue just before class and slip into a surgical gown.”
Alice.A reference to the 1950s television sitcom The Honeymooners, which starred Jackie Gleason as bus driver Ralph Kramden and Audrey Meadows (who replaced Pert Kelton) as his long-suffering wife, Alice. –Don’t smoke.
First, when the disc was inserted, if thirteen tracks, for example, were indicated when only twelve songs were listed on the case, you had a hidden track. I’ll curse the darkness.A reference to the Chinese proverb, “It is better to light a candle than to curse the darkness.” Basically, “Stop complaining and do something.” It has famously been used to eulogize former First Lady Eleanor Roosevelt when she died in 1962 and as the motto of The Christophers, a Christian inspirational group founded in 1945 (it was also used in the theme song of The Christophers, a weekly TV show that aired on ABC from 1945 until the mid-‘60s).
Funnily enough, Trace Beaulieu (Crow, Dr. Forrester) and Josh Weinstein (Dr. Erhardt, KTMA & Season 1’s Tom Servo) went on to write for AFHV for several years in the 2000s.
How would you like it if somebody picked apples off of you?A line spoken by an anthropomorphic tree in the 1939 film The Wizard of Oz. I’d like to think that Lewis was a war hero, but didn’t tell anyone about it because, y’know, it wasn’t so much of a much. Lyrics include: “Don’t just stand there, let’s get to it/Strike a pose, there’s nothing to it/Vogue.” Vogue, or voguing, is a highly stylized dance that evolved out of the Harlem ballroom scene in the 1980s and was brought to mainstream attention by Madonna’s song. This episode of Mystery Science Theater 3000 explores the story of a medical student (played by George B. Mather) going through the torment of a frat-house hazing after being asked to remove a ring from the finger of a corpse.
Rosebud. Another durable urban legend maintains that Alice Cooper was “the guy who played Eddie Haskell on Leave it to Beaver.” False. –No, he was killed in Vietnam. The traditional Cossack uniform included a long, open-fronted coat called a cherkesska, worn with a colored waistcoat (a beshmet), usually topped with a fleece hat. There is so much to love: The phrase was first printed in Ballou’s Monthly Magazine in 1881: “Has the cat got your tongue, as the children say?” The Italians and Spanish have similar sayings that translate roughly to “Has the cat eaten your tongue?” The saying probably originated somewhat earlier than that, as things tend to circulate among children for a time before being adopted by adults. When Shemp died, he was replaced by Joe Besser (1907-1988) for the final 16 shorts.
But first, the saw-the-lady-in-half gag. When asked how he was doing, Kaufman replied, “Terribly. The first lineup was Moe Howard (Moses Horwitz; 1897-1975), Shemp Howard (Samuel Horwitz; 1895-1955), and Larry Fine (Louis Feinberg; 1902-1975). Puma? Jerry Mathers, who played the title character in the TV sitcom Leave it to Beaver (CBS/ABC, 1957-1963), left show business to have a normal life after the series ended, and rumors began to spread that he had been killed in the Vietnam War, which was claiming the lives of thousands of young American men at the time.
Gotta get in here. Oh, Captain Spaulding.An imitation of Margaret Dumont (1882-1965), whom Groucho Marx referred to as “practically the fifth Marx brother.” She played Groucho’s foil in seven Marx Brothers films, usually as a rich, matronly, high-society widow who was eternally baffled by the Marx Brothers’ antics. Bush’s family helped fund Adolf Hitler during World War II, and that Queen Elizabeth II is a leader of the international drug trade.
In 1948 they introduced the first instant camera, the Land Camera.
Like Them. Robin Goodfellow) was a troublesome sprite who guided much of the action in the play. It starred John Astin and Marty Ingels as carpenters Harry Dickens and Arch Fenster. In 1975, the Lutz family moved into the home and claimed they were besieged by paranormal activity thanks to the murders of six people in the home just a year prior. • A commenter below astutely notes a basic flaw of the movie: are the students depicted post-graduate medical students or are they undergrads?