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... Oldman (Dan Schneider) which involves a cheese delivery ... Mae (Amanda Bynes) and Eenis (Drake Bell), who are always telling ridiculous knock-knock jokes where the knock knock joke involves Lula Mae hitting Eenis ... Smelling Bee This sketch involves its contestants identifying the smell while blindfolded ...
... Hillbilly Moment Lula Mae's knock knock joke involves hitting Eenis in the head with a fire extinguisher ... Introduction Amanda tries to do a trampoline act that would involve her landing in a glass of water until a black out caused by Drake and Nancy disrupts it when they ... Pass The Skunk! A commercial which involves passing a skunk ...
... Hilbilly Moment Lula Mae's knock knock joke involves hitting Eenis in the head with a meat loaf ... (2002-02-09) 233 Cold Opening Penelope makes a deal with Josh which involves taking over Drake's roles as part of a plan to get close to Amanda ... Hillbilly Moment Lula Mae's knock knock joke involves hitting Eenis in the head with a plate full of strawberry shortcake ...
Famous quotes containing the words hitting, joke and/or involves:
“Can we not teach children, even as we protect them from victimization, that for them to become victimizers constitutes the greatest peril of all, specifically the sacrificephysical or psychologicalof the well-being of other people? And that destroying the life or safety of other people, through teasing, bullying, hitting or otherwise, putting them down, is as destructive to themselves as to their victims.”
—Lewis P. Lipsitt (20th century)
“What a vast fraternity it is,that of Hearts that Ache. For the last three months it has seemed to me as though all society were coming to me, to drop its mask for a moment and initiate me into the mystery. How we do suffer! And we go on laughing; for, as a practical joke at our expense, life is a success.”
—Henry Brooks Adams (18381918)
“All propaganda or popularization involves a putting of the complex into the simple, but such a move is instantly deconstructive. For if the complex can be put into the simple, then it cannot be as complex as it seemed in the first place; and if the simple can be an adequate medium of such complexity, then it cannot after all be as simple as all that.”
—Terry Eagleton (b. 1943)