Not a timeless classic, but I found this a lot more entertaining than I’d expected.
… how weird is it to see Lou Costello playing somebody other than Lou Costello? I mean some of the mannerisms remain, but still…
Isn’t this kind of an odd choice of songs to sing to a teenager who does stereotypically stay up late?
By the way, from “Singing in the Rain”:
For the record, I take issue with saying “We’ve worked the whole night through” at 1:30am. Six thirty, with the sun coming up, is working the whole night through. One thirty is just staying up a bit late.
(Referring to the throw-away panel; and for you non-geezers…)
Of course I can’t let Christmas come and go without posting this:
In honor of the fact that we’re seeing a Broadway play this afternoon and the heat index in the City might approach 110 degrees (though we are not in fact seeing “110 in the Shade”)…