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Old 08-12-2008, 02:00 AM   #16
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DEFINITELY the Ghosts of Gettysburg. When that poor Gettysburg College employee saw a basement full of Civil War people gesturing him to join them, and started hitting every button in the elevator, we lost it!
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I remember that jerk.

Nice timing, CRicci. I wandered back here tonight after reading about the Clark Rockefeller situation on another board. Surreal. I knew you guys would have the best info with convenient access.
I knew you'd be back, Awsi. It's a good thing you didn't post one of those long rambling diatribes about how you're retiring from the message board and how you give and give and give and what thanks do you get?? You certainly would have egg on your face now, wouldn't you? Okay, I'm going to shut up before CD slaps me. Anyway, welcome back!

Back on topic: I will always vote for the "gelatinous goo" segment b/c Robert Stack saying "gelatinous goo" is pure comedy gold. Also, the one about the woman who ran away with her boyfriend (I can't ever remember what crime they were suspected of) and her dad said she couldn't have gone voluntarily b/c she didn't take her makeup and hair products with her. Ha!!
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Old 08-14-2008, 06:17 PM   #18
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Okay, I'm going to shut up before CD slaps me.
I'd be happy to nowheregirl...

How about the woman in the Clarence Roberts segment that wiseguy had on his avatar for a while with that great wide eyed expression that talked about turning a light on and turning a light off.

The line in the Judy Olive segment where he told her their psychic centers were about to become one.
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"I don't want 'dem kids around here. I don't want 'em under foot."
"Alright, make sure this is the last time, boy. Come on. And you better watch your manners. And don't talk that trash talk in my house."

Now that actress sounded hard. For real.

Oh and last but not least: "My father was a very mean person. He had no respect for nobody. And if you would come up to him and ask him anything, he wouldn't answer you; he would grab the gun, show it to you, and then tell you what the hell you want. And then, if he didn't like what you wanted or what you said, he would tell you 'Hit the road Jack'."

Some of the individuals interviewed throughout UM's run had such a way with words.
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Some of the individuals interviewed throughout UM's run had such a way with words.
Although I don't remember his exact words, it seemed as if the man describing the shower ghost was particularly eloquent.
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The guy who kept living in the hospitals, man in a coma.

Phillip the Prodigy cracks me up.
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Kathy Page's dad: "They goofed the thang up! They ain't try to do nothin'! It's a buddy deal! You know what a buddy deal is? A buddy deal is when ya help ya friends get by with stuff!"
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Although I don't remember his exact words, it seemed as if the man describing the shower ghost was particularly eloquent.
Something about the ghost didn't care if you are a man or a woman
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Something about the ghost didn't care if you are a man or a woman
What I was thinking of was something along the lines of a spirit who missed certain of the good things in life.
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Although I don't remember his exact words, it seemed as if the man describing the shower ghost was particularly eloquent.
It's like a "no-holds-barred" thing with some of them; They're REALLY outspoken. But sometimes I just have to say, "What?"
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The re-enactment of Michael Scott Martin's outburst at the supermarket is pretty funny. I like how the two bag boys followed him out of the store while wielding broomsticks.
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In the Dorothy Allison segment with Detective Keith Wattenshetes Dorothy was kind of filmed to resemble a human bloodhound when she was there looking at the crime scene of Laurie Zimmerman with Detective Wattenshetes.
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In the case of Rhonda Hinson, where Rhonda is being introduced, showing the last evening of her life at the office Christmas Party. Take a look at the actress portraying Rhonda while dancing with her colleague. The expression on her face looks so utterly DUMB...she looks like she can't count to three. I wonder if the director told her to "look happy, thoroughly enjoyed" and she messed it up?

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I feel bad for saying this, but the hairpiece on Jeffrey Digman's father was distracting beyond description.
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"Just by coincidence....just by coincidence" How can you forget Mr. Wheeler. I still don't know they could interview him with a straight face
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