June 30, 2016
Moments before Clare Eames took the stage as Mary, Queen of Scots, at the brand new Ritz Theatre in 1921, she: a. kissed her lucky hat and tossed it in the air three times. b. recited her lucky poem, ‘The Owl and the Pussycat’. c. gazed fixedly at herself in the mirror and became Mary, […]
June 10, 2016
The correct answer is ‘all of the above’.
June 9, 2016
In this photo, Al just became aware of: a. 2 KGB agents disguised as buffaloes. b. a man eating a huge and no doubt delicious slab of pizza. c. a band of harlequins cartwheeling by in the distance. d. all of the above.
June 5, 2016
Loon: Today’s guest brought to us by the Lords of the 4th Dimension for the 3 Question Interview was an opera singer of some renown, I am told. Welcome to Maria Callas. Tell me, Ms. Callas, what was Minnie Pearl really like off the stage? Ghost of Callas (icily): I wouldn’t know. Loon: I see. […]
June 3, 2016
Timothy Tootsie also invented steam-powered hedge clippers.
June 2, 2016
Tootsie Roll Pops were invented by: a. a secret consortium of renegade dentists. b. a government funded dental think tank. c. an anonymous food researcher, believed to be a dentist. d. Timothy Tootsie.
May 27, 2016
His vision was perfect. He didn’t need them, but the fashion statement they made pleased him.
May 26, 2016
Samuel Beckett always wore his glasses like this because: a. of course. b. a combination of Ireland and France nudged him in this direction. c. crystal clarity of vision gave him the jubjubs. d. he didn’t need them.
May 20, 2016
John magnanimously shared his weight in tequila with his pal, Bill Fields.
May 19, 2016
This duel of stares is engaged in by this duo of stars because: a. both of them claimed ownership of the last barrel of whiskey. b. a simple tiff over bar stools escalated. c. the winner of the stare down was to receive his weight in tequila. d. by this point in the evening neither […]