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Yellow Submarine 2 online

I didn't think you would. I could have sworn there was a yellow submarine online. But that isn't logical, is it? It must have been one of them unidentified flying cupcakes or a figment of my imagination. But I don't have an imagination. Thanks, I don't need any.




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Yellow Submarine 2
Yellow Submarine 2
  Young Frankenstein
Young Frankenstein
  George in Sitarday
George in Sitarday
  Old Fred, George, Ringo and John
Old Fred, George, Ringo and John
 
Won't you please, please help me? Be specific. What you need is... H for hurry, E for ergent, L for love me and P for please help. Hiya, baby! Your story has touched my heart. Jump in, we'll get my friends. Bless you! Did I sneeze? Just park it here. Ringo: I'll just park it here. They go in one door and more things go in and out behind them in a fashion that obviously inspired Terry Gilliam. We follow Fred and Ringo into a room filled with random displays and models. Fred: Hey, what would your friends be doing here? Ringo: Displaying. Fred: Displaying what? Ringo: Displaying around. Music sting! (Get it? Just playing a round? Like Row Your Boat? Get it?)  We follow them into a room packed with immobile superheroes. Fred: Can't we take one of these? Ringo: No, Fred, I only work with me mates. We come to another room which features Frankenstein's Monster strapped to a table. Fred: Frankenstein? Ringo: Oh, yeah, I used to go out with his sister. Fred: His sister? Ringo: Yeah, Phyllis. ("Ringo says Phyllis for a play on words - Phyllis Stein - Philistine...A very funny reference to a boorish person, someone that Ringo would date in his 'everything happens to me' attitude." -Bill. Incidentally, John Lennon was the best man at the wedding of Peter Boyle, the guy who played The Monster in "Young Frankenstein")  Hey, I wonder what would happen if I pulled this lever? Fred: You mustn't do that! Ringo: Can't help it, I'm a born lever-puller! ("Plays on his being born in Liverpool - a born Liverpooler. [That pun is a real 'groaner'.]" You're telling me, Bill. By the by...I've only ever heard "Liverpudlian," which is infinitely funnier. Anyone else want to comment on the correct way to refer to those from you-know-where?) He pulls the lever and sparks fly as it awakens Frankenstein's Monster. The monster stands and stretches, then grabs a vial of something purple, drinks it, and turns into John. John: Hey, Ringo, I just had the strangest dream... Ringo: I warned you not to eat on an empty stomach. Oh, listen to old Fred. Fred: Blbskdhfiueri... music... askdfhucuvb... submarine... balkdfiu... BLUE MEANIES! A beat. Fred: What do you think? John: I think it needs a rehearsal. Hall of Doors: some toys are playing in the hall, but scamper back in a door on being spotted. John: When do we leave? Fred: Well, lets get the other two, John. John: What day is it? Ringo: Saturday. ("Saturday" sounded suspiciously like "Sitar-day" to me...) John: Then George'll be here. He opens a door and sees a picture of cows in a psychedelic frame. We hear strains of "Love You Too." We pan up and see George standing atop the frame. In the Hall: Ringo: George, what are you doing up there? George drives by again and again in Ringo's car. George: Now what is it, Ringo? Is there a matter you'd like to take up? Or down? The Bonkers are very tall thin men who hold green apples in their hands. This a reference to Apple Recording, which has a green apple as their logo; it appears on most, if not all, Beatles records. The glove chases Fred to the ground near the Sgt Pepper's drum. It stops for an evil laugh, and then raises a fist to pound Fred. The drum was on the back of the alligator, which swims away. The glove is soaked and the thumb sticks up as a periscope.