Discussion in 'Media Central' started by We Are Borg, Jun 12, 2019.
And this time, America wins!
Plot twist: It's actually set in the French and Indian War of 1754 to 1763!
Plot Twist 2: A group of time-travelling First Nations Ultra-Nationalists from the year 7000 arrive and give the "bad guys" advanced weapons in order to change history.
Plot Twist 3: The "bad guys" turn out to actually be a group of immortal Picts that moved to the New World in the 5th Century!
Wow, this thing just kinda writes itself, doesn't it?
Plot Twist 4: the whole she-bang takes place on Mars!
Starring Daniel Day Lewis reprising his role as Long Rifle.
Vietnam War is over.
Technically , the Korean War is not over.
A name given him by the ladies.
M*A*S*H: The Next Generation
Millard Filmore Pierce, 70-year-old grandnephew of surgeon Hawkeye, and Jebediah Springfield McIntyre, 68-year-old grandson of surgeon Trapper, sit in a bar in the Florida Keys. Both are attired in beachwear with colorful hats.
Pierce: "I hate this stupid war. I wish they would end this thing so we could all ho home." (downs very dry martini)
McIntyre: "I miss my wife and daughter. I don't know if I'll ever see them again!"
Pierce: "When will it finally end?!?"
In walks 74-year-old Charles Emerson Winchester V, elegantly attired for a day at the beach.
Winchester: "Gentlemen. I do hope we can wrap things up here quickly so that I may return to Tokyo."
Pierce: "Bad news, Charles. Your flight was cancelled. You're stuck here."
Winchester: "This is intolerable. I shall have my faaather pull some strings."
McIntyre: "Your father's dead, Charles."
Winchester: "Oh, right. I guess I'm stuck here then. What shall we do?"
Pierce: "Spend the next 14 seasons talking about how much it sucks to be where we are?"
McIntyre: "I'll drink to that."
Winchester: "Oh, ye gods."
They drink. Scene repeats continually for 14 more years.
interesting......any idea why the ladies call me "sawed off?"
my doctor was drinking that day!
Because you're so old only dust comes out?
no... but I heard about the hair trigger
still better than a "pop and no kick" though. Army folks will remember that often repeated phrase from their weapons training safety briefings.
if we're sticking to the metaphor, yeah... that's something you'd wanna see a doctor for.
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