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: To ask you what you mean to do we humbly appear. Ko-Ko
: Congratulate me gentlemen, I've found a volunteer. The People of Titi Pu
: The Japanese equivalent of hear hear hear!
: At last, my bride that is to be!
[about to embrace her
] You're not going to kiss me before all these people? Ko-Ko
: I'm certainly not going to kiss you after them.
: You're not going to kiss me before all these people? Ko-Ko
: I'm certainly not going to kiss you after them. Yum-Yum
: [to Pitti-Sing
] Seems odd, don't it. Pitti-Sing
: It's rather peculiar. Peep-Bo
: I expect it's all right, must have a beginning you know. Yum-Yum
: Well, I know nothing about these things, but I've no objection if it's usual. Ko-Ko
: Oh it's quite usual, eh Minister of Fun? Pooh-Bah
: I have known it done. I have not banned it yet.
: There's the Welsh MP who wore a rose and talked for far too long, I think you get my gist.
: Ah. Shrink not from me.
: Grovels is an extra Ko-Ko
: Oh, throw in a grovel Pooh-Bah!
: I? Marry Katisha? Yum-Yum
: I really think it's the only course. Ko-Ko
: But my good girl, have you SEEN HER? She's something appalling!
: Oh go away sir, how dare you? May I never be permitted to solliloquise?
: Is this public gratitude?
: Here's the state of things, to her life she clings. Matrimonial devotion doesn't seem to suit her notion, burial it brings, here's the state of things, here's the state of things.
: Sir, I have the misfortune to love your ward, Yum-Yum. Oh, I know I deserve your anger! Ko-Ko
: Anger! not a bit, my boy. Why, I love her myself. Charming little girl, isn't she? Pretty eyes, nice hair. Taking little thing, altogether. Very glad to hear my opinion backed by a competent authority. Thank you very much. Good-bye.
: Take him away.
[Pish-Tush removes him
: [high-pithced clown voice
] Are all the little people here for "make believe time"? All of the big people out of the room? Oh-kay...
[Ko-Ko sighs and moves to a desk, removes his clown nose and puts on reading glasses
: [regular male voice
] Ok. Now I have, uh... a request here from Vicky Ulanet of Fort Wayne, she asks for page 47 of Fanny Hill by John Cleland.
: It seems a boy from Newton let his parents stay in the room during "make belief time", or at least it was his mother, because she called the station, and it's a good thing the management doesn't watch the show, because they thought it was a prank call. Now, I am only mentioning this to tell you that, really, it's very important that you make sure the big people leave the room during "make belief time", because, if you don't do that the management will catch on to what we're doing, and we'll have to go off the air and I won't be able to take your requests and so on. So, really, please, it's very important, make sure the big people leave the room during "make belief time", okay?