Oh, ho, I'll tell ya, I've been on some dumb calls in my time, but this one tops 'em all. Where did you meet this ding dong anyway? Hey, what's all that stuff about having her for lunch down at the station house tomorrow? You're not even supposed to be riding around with me.
It's fate, Fergie. It's kismet.
Kismet, my ass. Listen, this girl is weird, Tony...
Yeah, yeah, yeah, but she's got the prettiest green eyes I've ever seen.
Hey, they're blue. And behind those blue eyes is a fruitcake with ...
Excerpts from Gilbert & Sullivan's THE MIKADO
Written by W.S. Gilbert
(as Gilbert) & Arthur Sullivan
Performed by New York City Opera Orchestra
(as The New York City Opera) and New York City Opera Chorus
(as The New York City Opera)
Conducted by Julius Rudel
Staged by Jack Eddleman See more