My Two Sons and a Whiny Dork.

Joke #1 - A rare production photo of Andy Garcia in his supporting role in the all high-waisted version of Cat on a Hot Tin Roof.

Joke #2 - "Dammit, Colonel, people are going to DIE! Your new chicken recipe is TOO CRUNCHY!"

Joke #3 - "Father, if you think I'm going to let you walk out of this office wearing black socks with a white suit, you're out of your mind."

Joke #3 - "Now you listen to me, Dr. Gloom. Either you disarm those missiles, or I'll have Bertrand over there finish sitting on that whoopie cushion, and I don't think You'll like what happens next."

Joke #4 -  "Gary, I'm tired of having you in the family. It's time you were taught a lesson from your brother Cecil and someone I call 'new Gary'."

Joke #5 - The climactic "father's permission" scene from updated version of The Marriage of Figaro, Figaro and Figaro.


Anonymous said...

Yup, this is one odd scene. That is totally Andy Garcia. And what's up with the teal argyle sox on Betrand? But there are elements I really like about the painting. The white suit on the Colonel gives the artist an opportunity to play with light and dark... is he suggesting a strong duality in the character? Does he have more secrets than just a secret recipe? Perhaps it has something to do with whatever he is hiding in his right hand. -- Non Mouse

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