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Old 08-21-2007, 04:12 PM   #16
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^ I think you'd have to get your stomach pumped!!
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And it wasn't ONLY Oliver and Eb who ate Lisa's attempts at cooking.In "It's so Peaceful in the Country",from season 2,an Indian Chief ate one of her hotcakes(after eating it,he said "must go see medicine man")and a little bear cub took one bite,and ran up a tree.Were there any OTHER people who ate Lisa's futile attempts at cooking?
In the episode where the bank robbers held the Douglases' prisoner, one of the bad guys ate the hotcakes and liked them. Oliver said, "No wonder you turned out the way your did".
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Can you imagine a breakfast made up of Lisa's hotscakes, Thelma Evans' (Good Times) oatmeal, and Nick Yemana's (Barney Miller) coffee!? That would be the worst breakfast ever!!
Then for lunch I would have Mrs. Kotter's tuna casserole. (Welcome back Kotter) I would down it with milk and Pepsi.
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Then for lunch I would have Mrs. Kotter's tuna casserole. (Welcome back Kotter) I would down it with milk and Pepsi.
Then you could have Mel's chili (Alice) for dinner.
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Can you imagine a breakfast made up of Lisa's hotscakes, Thelma Evans' (Good Times) oatmeal, and Nick Yemana's (Barney Miller) coffee!? That would be the worst breakfast ever!!
And for supper,how about some of Lisa's thicker-than-thick coffee,her scraped pizza,some of her REALLY sour lemonade ,a slice of "Yuck" pizza,and some of Betty Jo Bradley Eliot's(flater on when she was married from the latter post-Bea Benaderet years of "Petticoat Junction")BLACK macaroni and cheese,and top it all off with a slice of Lisa's fruitcake.Ugggggggghh!
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I just saw a picture of this on the Gilligan's Island board, and I think it would make a fitting dessert to the preceding meals: fish pie.
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^ Fish Pie on top of all that other stuff would probably do you in. lol!
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No wonder,in one of the very early episodes of "Green Acres",Eb said,"I'd rather eat at the Pixley diner"-or something like that.
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Oh,and in a latter episode of "Green Acres",Lisa made for Oliver shredded prunes.YUCK!
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Oh,and in a latter episode of "Green Acres",Lisa made for Oliver shredded prunes.YUCK!
Shredded prunes? Sounds like something Fish would eat for breakfast (Barney Miller). Double YUCK. Maybe Lisa should serve her hotscakes with "written by" eggs.
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