Produced by Gary Drevitch
ON TONIGHT'S EPISODE OF "HOW A KINDERGARTEN FELLOW THINKS"
As we've mentioned before, Fellow takes his cafeteria routine very seriously. We dutifully pack a quarter in his lunch bag with his sandwich each day so he can buy his milk. The quarters come from a sandwich bag full of coins prescreened by Fellow himself (state quarters are preferred), which is kept near the kitchen. The other day, we found a quarter on the floor of our apartment, and said to Fellow, "Why don't we put this in your bag of quarters for lunch?" But Fellow gave it a once-over and said, "No, this quarter is no good. It's too dirty." But why should that make a difference, Fellow? "If I bring a quarter that's dirty, the lady in the lunch line might not call me 'Darling' when I pay her, so I want to bring a nice quarter every day."
MEANWHILE, NEW COURT TV COMMENTATOR TINY GIRL HAS AN AWKWARD DEBUT
Small and Tiny were playing on the couch the other day, mostly nicely but occasionally it got rough, and at one point, Fellow said to her, Don't do that! I'll put you in jail! to which Tiny responded with a look of pure terror and a sudden and startling tantrum: "No! I don't want to be in jail! Don't put me in jail! Aaaargh!"
October 19, 2005 | Permalink |
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