It’s Not All Mary Poppins

Gotta Bust out Somehow

Emma: Arthur, it’s time to be quiet now.

Arthur: All this being quiet is making me want to sing.

June 28, 2006 - Posted by | Arthur, the things they say!

8 Comments »

  1. Then sing, damnit, SING!

    Comment by Peter | June 28, 2006 | Reply

  2. “Gotta be me, just gotta be me…”

    or maybe

    “I did it myyyyyyyy waaaaaaayyyyyy!”

    Comment by kittenpie | June 28, 2006 | Reply

  3. After having just seen Spamalot, all I can think of is:

    HERBERT: I’d rather… just…
    [music]
    …sing!
    FATHER: Stop that, stop that! You’re not going to do a song while I’m here.

    http://www.sacred-texts.com/neu/mphg/mphg.htm#Scene%2026

    Comment by aaron | June 28, 2006 | Reply

  4. LOL. I know Arthur probably drives you nuts, but the kid is hilarious to read about.

    Comment by Kristen | June 28, 2006 | Reply

  5. Two Arthur posts in a row. Could it be that he’s front and centre of your mind because … tomorrow is his last day?!

    Comment by Q | June 28, 2006 | Reply

  6. I just *heart* Arthur..I’m tellin ya!

    I think he needs some tap shoes and let that boy loose!

    Comment by kimmyk | June 28, 2006 | Reply

  7. Peter: LOL

    Kittenpie: It’s usually “Jingle Bells”, but yours are definitely more apropos.

    Aaron: LOL Sounds like a show I need to see. Also sounds like live theatre, somehow, and British to boot. Was it any of those?

    Kristen: Oh, it’s the crazy-making ones who make the best copy. Never doubt it!

    Q: Laughed out loud when I read this one! Could be, could be…

    Kimmyk: LMAO Arthur in tap shoes would bring down the house. Literally. The boy’s a tad heavy on the feet. But it would be entertaining!

    Comment by Mary P. | June 29, 2006 | Reply

  8. Mary — Spamalot is a musical based largely on Monty Python’s The Holy Grail. The link I provided was to the lines of The Holy Grail, and the scene from which I quoted was reproduced almost verbatim in Spamalot. So both yes and no to the question of live theatre, and most certainly British (though Spamalot was mostly performed by Americans).

    Comment by aaron | June 29, 2006 | Reply


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