Did Steve tell you that perchance?
After the game is over, I stagger off to services and get ejected ten minutes into the sermon for telling the minister that it IS in fact “Adam and Steve” after all.
Did someone say Steve??
It was going to be my name, too. But it doesn’t really work with “Potroast” and I think someone else had already called dibs on “Steve Steakface.”
I vote we change the name of this thread to Steve.
No way. We don’t have copyright permission, and I’m already in enough trouble over that whole small-dog-in-the-punchbowl incident. (Which I didn’t have permission to borrow from the Lounge thread after they’d licensed it from Weird Al.)
Well, now you’ve done it! Don’t come crying to me when the next Kickstarter just ends up all going to court fees!!
Also, someone needs to get out their calculator and determine whether “Gabe” or “Strode” is the RT answer to Steve.
I know Steve’s people. I’ll talk to 'em.
You’re sweet, but I’ve got more bad news. My latest Wiki walk just revealed that Steve Allen already thought of this thread yesterday.
Isn’t that always the way?
The fandom life is a thankless life, for sure.
Also, out of loyalty to The Mads, I’ll point out how in The T-Bird Gang they mention the legit Jazz score about a dozen times. Then they build on that by riffing on how many times they’ve done so.
P.S. - Remember how many “Wide… Narrows…” there were in the Venezuela short, too. (“I’m dead now. Don’t drink.” )
That score is fantastic. I hadn’t thought about Shelley Manne in a bunch of years before that. What a great player.
That’s always Steve’s way.
Two movie prospects here. I suppose shots of potato vodka would be the only proper choice as you try and determine which one will manage to walk away from the table.
Across the series, drink for every parking scene (I’m especially looking at you, Hobgoblins)
If want to watch Riding With Death:
And if you’re feeling brave:
[considers mentioning a “Mr. Beardsley?” drinking game for Squirm]
[reconsiders that consideration]
Chug during Tom’s “Back in the superbad '70s” song