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by HCRoyall
Man, what a rough day.
Yeah, but at least you caught those problems before that plane took to the air again.
Yeah, with all those problems 370's going to be grounded for a while. Thanks for filling out the paperwork while I was getting my tools.
370? I thought you said 730...

by kaufman
The White House, April 13, 1865
I'm sorry, honey, I guess I just have a lot on my mind.
That's ok, dear. We'll work it out.
The next day, the First Lady is dusting off a lamp in the Lincoln Bedroom, when suddenly:
You have freed the Genie of the Lamp. To show my gratitude, I will grant you one wish. But remember, I am a bit hard of hearing.
A wish? I guess what I really want is to get Abe Viagra.
Your wish shall be granted tonight.

by kaufman
Ford's Theatre, April 14, 1865
Sic semper tyrannis!
Ugh! I've been hit!
Mary! Who is that man who appeared in our box? He took a bullet that was intended for me.

by kaufman
It started at dinner many years ago when a little piece of string slipped into his spaghetti. He ate it unknowingly, and the little bit of string thrived in his virile Vigoda juices.
It grew and grew, until it was hundreds of miles long, and agglomerated into a giant ball. Abe's body could no longer function, so his relatives came from far and wide to memorialize the great man.
Today, people come from across the land to see the miraculous shrine that his perforated corpse has become.
We're gonna see the biggest ball of twine ...
... in Abe Vigoda!

by HCRoyall
I'm coming, I'm coming...
Greetings! Our star vessel has run out of fuel; could you direct us to the nearest source of uranium or plutonium?
It was by sheer chance that the gypsy curse keeping Abe alive was dispelled, preventing him from brokering a peaceful contact with the aliens.
Did I come at a bad time?

by evil_d
CUT!! Good job, everybody. This will be the best Law & Order episode ever. Abe, you were great as the dead guy. You can get up now.
Uh, sir... Mr. Vigoda isn't moving.
What commitment! What thoroughness! Can you believe what a great actor this guy is?
Best we can tell, he played such a convincing dead body that even his own heart believed it.
SUCH a great actor!!

by evil_d
Thank you, NBC, for believing that a mediocre sketch comic could be a great late-night host. I don't know how you knew, but you were right.
Thank you, David Letterman, for always coming off like a bored school­teacher counting the days until summer. May you hold onto your timeslot forever.
And finally: thank you, Jay Leno, for not eating a vegetable in the past 50 years. With any luck, you'll have a heart attack before you can—
Get out the chair, mother****er!! Leno's back!!

by evil_d
Dear Aunt Linda: Thank you for the twenty dollars. I'll be sure to think of you as I play the first third of the new Battlefield game.
Dear Grandpa: Five dollars?? I'm sure when you were a kid this would have bought a year's supply of candy, but today it doesn't buy the 'T' in Toblerone.
Billy, I read some of your thank-you notes and we need to talk.
Dear Mom: Fifty bucks? If you want me to move out, you'll have to do better than that.

by evil_d
Well, this is a fine mess we're in.
A flesh-eating virus spreads through the country... 99% of the population become the living dead...
This'll be a real black mark on your legacy as president, Barack.
Don't you try to pin this on me, John. I tried to give them free health care, but nooooo....

by kaufman
The contract makes it clear. Let's do it already.
All right, Millard, we're coming. Go lie down and let's get this thing over with.
When their manager promised them an opportunity to rock the Fillmore, they never dreamed he meant this.
And he is SO fired!

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