Saturday, October 11, 2008

The Little Mermaid

Today my brother and I went to see The Little Mermaid on Broadway. If I liked musicals I would've enjoyed it, but I was pretty bored the whole time. First of all, that wasn't even a real boat. Second, they weren't even underwater! WTF? If you're going to make The Little Mermaid into a musical at least do it right. All the characters were played by human actors, even Sabastian. If you ask me that stinks. You mean to tell me you couldn't find one singing crab with a vaguely Caribbean accent? For shame! Anyway, Hanks still afraid of us, even though we went to see The Little Mermaid. They should've called it, The Little Steinbrenner. Take that Hank!

13 comments:

raven said...

They should have invited
our unreasonably handsome, charming, brave and rich Captain to play the role of Prince Eric.
In other news, Josh Beckett melt down like a scoop of cheap vanilla ice cream.
So did Kazmir and Hank's brain-- if there had ever been anything looking remotely like human brain in that big, useless head of his.

Roberto Alejandro said...

yeah, yesterday's game was hardly the pitcher's duel one might have hoped for. These two teams are going to beat each other up. It will be interesting to see if that has consequences in the next round.

Quinn said...

i hope the rays can win this series. it would really make me happy. i hate the red sox. alot

Roberto Alejandro said...

It's interesting, everyone seems to want the Sox to lose this one, but as far as I'm concerned, whatever team wins just reminds me of how crappy we were this season. It makes no dif. to me as long as they lose to the Dodgers in the WS.

Quinn said...

i dont know about you guys but i was brought up in a household to love the yankees, but right behind it hate the red sox. so seeing red sox misery makes me almost happy

Bucky7588 said...

they're making a spider man musical...ya.

Roberto Alejandro said...

well quinn, I wasn't raised to hate the red sox, I was made to hate them by the behavior of their fans. I've also learned you can't take sports too seriously, your team loses you just get black out drunk and wake up a week later when it doesn't matter anymore. As such, while I would like the Sox to lose to the Rays, I'll live if they don't. I want the red sox to be humiliated by Joe Torre' dodgers and that's what I'm holding out for. And if the Red Sox win the WS again, I'm moving to Canada and becoming a hockey mom.

Roberto Alejandro said...

I hope I get cast as Maggie Gyllenhaal.

Quinn said...

im not saying i would get blackout drunk and wake up next week trying to forget about it. i just have a really strong dislike for the team. i just want to see the red sox lose as fast as possible, no monkey business.. oh and if you move to canada to become a hockey mom, just dont act like those new england hockey parents who fight and kill each other at hockey practices.. i recall that happening in the late 90's

Roberto Alejandro said...

I remember that too, there was a whole wave of hockey murders. Dads killing dads, dads killing refs, refs killing coaches, dogs killing refs. It was ugly. But I did grow up in New England so I don't know if I have a choice in the matter. It's pretty much all I ever learned to do in gym class.

Roberto Alejandro said...

oh, and you're missing out on the blackout drunk thing. seriously, everything is more fun when you're blackout drunk, or so I assume based on the police reports.

Quinn said...

you just need to make a killer mix of gin wiskey and gatorade.. that will really fill you with hate

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