Chat Lib #5: The 22nd Melody

Chat Libs is a ‘Mad Libs’ based activity over on our Twitch live stream.  The audience suggests a scenario, I write a story template with missing words, and they fill in the holes.  Hilarity ensues.  If you wish to participate you can join us at twitch.tv/blainearcade

Scenario: Musical Documentary about Musicals

We would sing about submarines all day and all night long. We sang around the camp solar flare in between bites of sea cucumber. My daughter had the most beautiful voice. She always starts with my macho verse:”

‘Well it’s a bootylicious life down in the Eiffel Tower, shoveling the flubber and praying for a pond full of otters.

Who will help us in this dark time? Is it Tupac? Please let it be Patrick from Spongebob!’

Hi, I’m Binky Flinstone and this is my movie. I’ll try to only sing 43 percent of it, but I don’t know if I can hold it in. My family has always been super passionate about musicals, especially those of the late Zoobartien Doo. All of the Amish remember the way he danced with an assassin on live television for the extinction level event.

So welcome to Arguing to the Classics! The first ever musical documentary about musicals. I think it’s about time for the chorus:

This is Arguing to the Classics, and we’re here to inform you!

About all the boring people who wrote these songs and others!

Maybe there’ll be a movie about it next stabbing that you can watch with your leprechaun!

So here’s the next show we’re showing to you and your attorney and your brothers!

The twenty-second classic musical we’re looking at is Protege of the Tentacle MonsterI used to watch it with my second cousin removed’s step sister, and I’ll never forget how they plagiarized every time it came on. Their joy lit up the whole room. Here’s a classic, starting with the most famous verse:

I’ll never find love if I can’t bark up the wrong tree with the best of them. I’ll be stuck hoodwinking semi-satirically with the rest of them…

Arguing to the Classics will be back after these messages from our Dolphins

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