Thursday, July 12, 2012

SOLVED: the mystery of Woody and Harold!




Really, I don't know where this photo came from. Maybe it's Woody's Uncle Hymen or something. But whoever this is, he seems to combine some of the best-known traits we've come to love in both of our favorite comedians. I will say, however, that the terror Harold expresses when his hair stands on end (which, by the way, it really did: they jolted him with a live wire for a few seconds, for as long as he could stand it) is somewhat muted in this shot. In fact, it looks like this person might be telling a long story about how his mother used to put the boiled chicken through the deflavorizing machine.

5 comments:

  1. So Harold invented shock treatment for depression?

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  2. No, but it might explain why he was always so jaunty. I wonder what else stood on end?

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  3. Margaret, now is a helluva time for your imagination to...flag?

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  4. Let's run it up the flagpole and see if anyone. . . salutes.

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  5. I suppose it depends on whose flagpole and who's...saluting.

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