Wednesday, February 22, 2006

Ho! Forget What I Said Four Posts Down!

I noticed this subtle, since Kenny-boy is all about the subtle, change.

Ken has replaced the Lyric of the Day with a new Quote of the Week category on our sidebar. We have become more like everybody else, which is to say all the really good and cool blogs out there. Cool.

Not only that, we're quoting fictitious people in our very first quote of the week. That being the case, you can regularly expect quotes out of me from the following:

Yogi Bear (not to be confused with Yogi Berra, a real live ex-baseball catcher, whom I will not quote - cheesy commercials ruined that for everyone)
J. Jonah Jameson
Arnold (from Different Strokes)
The Lorax
The Wicked Witch of the West
Dudley Dooright
Mother Goose, Mother Nature & Mother-May-I
Daffy Duck
Jim Street from SWAT
Speed Buggy
Rhett Butler
Jiminy Cricket
Scotty on the Starship Enterprise
Jimmy Olsen
Raven (from That's So Raven)
Dr. Who
Dora the Explorer
Simon Barsinister
Hannibal Lechter
Captain Kangaroo



Anyone else have some better ideas of fictional characters we can quote? I'm - quite literally - taking names.


Brett said...

Here are some:

Judge Elihu Smails (quote liberally, he was a fount of wisdom)
Buffy the Vampire Slayer
Fred or Velma, but never Daphne
HR Puffenstuff
Electrawoman and/or Dynagirl
Ted Kennedy (he has to be a fictional character, right?)
Barney Rubble (what an actor!)
Roscoe P. Coaltrain
That bear on TV with the freaky moving unibrow
Col. Wilhelm Klink

and, of course

Any of the Usual Suspects, but especially Fenster

Rich said...

Well, since Speedbuggy showed up on both of our lists, I think tomorrow's comment will have to be from him.

Rich said...

Oops. I mean, next week's - not tomorrow's.

P&S said...

Good catch, Hawkeye.

Rich said...

Alrighty then, I've changed this week's Quote of the Week to a famous Speedbuggy quote from the Theme from Speedbuggy.

And what a great quote it is. Both practical and life-affirming, at least for a car.