Monday, January 4, 2010

Just for Laughs #68

This is the first Just for Laughs for 2010.
Looks like they're filming a new Christian movie!


  1. "Tell me, who was it you left me for? Was it Finney, or Campbell, or were there others in between? Or - aren't you the kind that tells?"

  2. "He's finally going to pop the question," Jill thought, as her heart jumped like a racehorse in the gates. "What a perfect night too."

    But Jill's excitement soon fizzled when Bill asked her if it was alright if they could cut their walk short so that he could go home and check out the new Calvinistic Cartoons for the day.

  3. DIRECTOR: Sound Speed, Roll Film...

    1st ASSISTANT DIRECTOR: Slate...

    2nd CAMERA ASSISTANT: 1st John Scene 4 Take 19...

    1st ASSISTANT DIRECTOR: aaaand Action!

    FINNEY:Don't you see what I'm trying to say... I love you.

    HAVERGAL: I do see, Charles, if you're saying that this was meant to be.

    FINNEY: Frances, it was meant to be.

    HAVERGAL: Then you admit, it was destined to happen.

    FINNEY: O, heavens to Murgatroyd, Frances! Don't get started again on that predestination thing. Love is a choice, and can be aroused within another through the proper application of necessary means.

    HAVERGAL: But if that's true, Charles, then you can love me today, and not love me tomorrow.

    FINNEY: Well... yes, technically-- But for crying out loud, Fran, I'm not going to fall away. [Shaking his head] I just don't understand you. You're talkin' just like a five-point Calvinist.... [pause, raising slowly to look into her eyes] You're... not... a five-pointer are ya?

    HAVERGAL: No, Charles, I'm not--

    FINNEY: Whew, that's a relief--

    HAVERGAL: I'm a six-point Calvinist, Charles.

    FINNEY: What!

    HAVERGAL: It's what I was trying to tell you at the Malt Shop, Charles; there's more to Calvinism than those five points.

    FINNEY (standing and taking a step back): So, I guess this is goodbye then, Frances. We're just too doctrinally incompatible.

    [FINNEY walks away from Frances down Altar Call Lane]

    Fade to Black (Hymn begins "Take My Life and Let It Be Consecrated")

    DIRECTOR: Cut! Great! Print that thing!

  4. The way you say you can loose your salvation, and find it again worries me. I just can't marry you if you can fall in and out of love like that.


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