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Does anyone remember the duet between Esther and Sanford?

Last post 03-01-2006, 10:18 AM by Inactive Account. 1 replies.
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  •  03-01-2006, 10:18 AM 79

    Does anyone remember the duet between Esther and Sanford?

    One of my favorite episodes was when Sanford and Esther sang a duet. Anyone remember it?

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  •  03-01-2006, 10:18 AM 80 in reply to 79

    Re: Does anyone remember the duet between Esther and Sanford?

    This is a duet with Fred and Esther that was sang when she competed in the Miss Watts Business Wife Pageant. (Who could ever imagine a woman with a face that could make gorilla cookies being in a pageant?!) Note: there was some dialogue taking place between them before they started singing; I can't remember it right now, but I'll post it when it comes back to me, okay?)

    Fred: Down by the old mill stream
    Esther: It wasn't a stream, it was a lagoon, GOON!
    Fred: Where I first met you
    Esther: That wasn't me, that was my sister Elizabeth.
    Fred: And your eyes so blue
    Esther: They weren't blue, they were brown.
    Fred: (Talking) How would you like two black ones? (Singing) Dressed in gingham, too
    Esther: That was polyester, sucker!
    Fred: Yeah, Polly Esther, that's you; half woman and half parrot!
    Esther: It was then I knew
    Fred: You don't know nothin'!
    Esther: That I loved you true
    Fred: I gotta throw up. . .
    Esther: I was 16
    Fred: That was yo shoe size!
    Esther: Your village Queen
    Fred: Queen Kong.
    Esther/Fred: Down by the old mill stream

     
    Tracy

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