Monday, March 07, 2011

What? Fisticuffs?

Lightning Round!

2 points for the name of the song
2 more points for the name of the musical

(other points awarded by whim, as always)

13 comments:

Melissa @ Happy Quilting said...

I have not clue :)

Harmony said...

Newsies again? Just guessin'.

Barbara C said...

Oliver? the Artful Dodger? I'd do Anything? Isn't this what you've been listening to at the Dansant?

Tasha said...

I thought of The Producers. Not sure.

Barbara C said...

Goodness, "Where is Love" one of my favorites. And that sad, little lonely Oliver.From Charles Dicken's Oliver Twist. I know everyone loves Dickens but I've always found him depressing, morbid and hard to read. Of course, that may be from slogging through Great Expectations in Junior High.(I don't remember any explanations just reading it.) Then again, I like the happy endings.

Melissa @ Happy Quilting said...

So I don't know much about Oliver but I do know that when I was reading on Baby Center the other day (I couldn't remember how far along I was) that it said Oliver and Olivia are not the two top baby names.

Barbara C said...

I just listened to the 2nd book of Dave Barry's Peter Pan series. Because I listened instead of read, I can't remember the name. Maybe Peter and the Shadow Catchers. Peter leaves the island and goes to London to save Molly and as he wanders around London he is invited by another boy to go somewhere where he can get warm and get something to eat. Of course, its just like the Artful Dodger bringing Oliver to Flaggen. Peter is tied up with other boys and told he must bring in the lolly or be whipped. It was a good listen but at times it got intense as I drove home from SL, dark with intermittent rain, wind and possible ice on the road.

Charlotte said...

Mom:
4 points for the song and musical
1 point for Artful Dodger
1 point for being on my team about Dickens. He drives me CRAZY to read. I like the movies/musicals that have been made of his works though.
1 point for tying Oliver to Peter Pan

Total points: 7

Melissa:
1 point for random name information

Melissa @ Happy Quilting said...

I loved the Peter and the Star Catchers Series :) I listened to them as well. Anything read by Jim Dale is just fabulous!!!

Barbara C said...

I forgot an important whim point. Charlotte and I saw Oliver in London. Our seats were on the 3rd or 4th row, Center! It was incredible. Their accents don't sound quite so strange when everyone around you it talking in the same accent. Faggin's makeup stands out in my memory. Also walking out of the theatre onto the same London streets.

Charlotte said...

I wondered if you'd remember that. 1 point for seeing it with me, 1 point for seeing it in london.

Melissa @ Happy Quilting said...

I want to go to London with you and Mom one day :) Can we add that to the bucket list??

Charlotte said...

Heck ya!

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