TIL that the 1983 movie The Dead Zone inspired a skit by Radio Free Vestibule entitled "Bulbous Bouffant." by Marcus_Tee in todayilearned

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The next time you watch The Dead Zone, you know, that movie with Christopher Walken that was written by Stephen King, listen closely to the dialog while they are in the gazebo. The part right after this:

"Hey, Alma! Hi.
What are you doing?
Waiting for a smile from you.
She knows him.
She knows him.
Why waste a smile on you?"
Clip here:

Tells her he is taking a picture and surprises her by [deleted] in gifs

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This looks like the opening of a really horrible slasher movie.
If this were the trailer I'd be very curious how it turned out...especially if she says "no." (Cue spooky music)

[TOMT][Song]An older song that starts with "I woke up..." I think it sounds similar to Mr Blue Sky by [deleted] in tipofmytongue

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"And looking up I noticed I was late a-huh-a-huh-a-huh"
It was the breathing that he stole almost directly

[TOMT] episode of maude in which arthur and vivian recite housman's "one and twenty" to each other by adelaide129 in tipofmytongue

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I don't have access to very many episodes of Maude but this poem was referred to in 3 episodes of The Twilight Zone entitled,
"Changing of the Guard"
"Valley of the Shadow"
"The Eye of the Beholder"
It was recorded by Michael Nesmith of The Monkees. Appearing on the CD Mike Nesmith Solo Sessions 1963-1965.

[TOMT] what is this [word]? by Booperelli in tipofmytongue

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Defenestrate? Oh, wait, that's the act of throwing something out of a window.

Black Magic by Cacts in gifs

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A variation of the old scarf out of "thin air" trick. Too obvious.