You know, if you put a frog in room temperature water and slowly bring it to a boil... the frog sits there motionless and dies.
More beer, fewer puppets
I was obsessed with this show when I was little. I actually have a stuffed animal raccoon that talks when you squeeze his paw
White people terrify me.
I'm confused as to how they got a concert hall full of teens and young adults to go along with this. Seems very bizarre that they wouldn't have children in the audience.
A shark? My God, furrys will objectify damn near anything.
I needed this! The woman with the leaf hat towards the end is my favorite. Where can I buy one?
...I am depresed now...
Bonnie and the Bunnies = not half bad
Yeah, seriously. Those rabbits can carry some serious tune.
True! And I think they might be voiced by The Roches or something? And this in my third EIT comment in a row that's been commenting that a woman's voice sounds like another woman's voice. Maybe that's my niche now?
The shark song had "Hooah!" in it. Was this something the USO did for the Marines? It'd explain why the audience was almost entirely young adults with no children.But as for why Sandy Shark would be amusing to a person in the military, I really don't know. I am just a civvie.
Man, first Michael Jackson, and now Sharkleberry Fin is bleaching his skin.
Jimmy Buffett should totally hook up with those bunnies.
Uhmm...to those who wonder about the makeup of the audience...is it possible that this clip is actually two (or more) different performances spliced together? I'd have thought the old folks dressed as gophers would have been the tip off.
To growing older but not growing up.
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