Basil: “Halt. Before you proceed, you must answer an important question. Is that Jheri-Curl in your hair?”
Tyrone: “Of course not. It hasn’t been invented yet. More importantly, is that a tornado tattoo where you sideburn should be? Have you joined a street gang recently?”
Basil: “Heavens, no. We’re decades away from the mystifying development wherein poorly-raised young men seek validation via pointless group violence. The twister on my cheekbone is a lackluster attempt by the makeup department to make me look swarthy and menacing.”
Tyrone: “Menacing? You have a delicate cameo on your prissy collar. The Village People will be far more successful with the Macho Man concept than you can ever hope to be.”
Basil: “So says the poof with the frilly bridesmaid outfit. I don’t think it’s possible for you to wear a more feminine outfit. And I notice that you also have a fake twister sideburn. But mine is much bigger than yours.”
Tallulah Bankhead, wondering in from nowhere: “Okay, girls. You two need to either bang each other or bang me. Nobody has time for this innuendo in the script. Just work it out. Does the Green Room have an unstained couch that we can use?”
Note: This is part of an on-going experiment at Bonnywood. Details found here.
Categories: Past Imperfect