See how the farmer waits for the precious fruit of the earth, being patient with it until it receives the early and the late rains. - James 5:7

Friday, February 01, 2008

Rewind!

Friday Movie Contest!!!!!!!! (New feature for Lent- this is just a pilot.)

Dialog from the film pictured above:
Beverly: [as Beverly hits Mrs. Jenson a final time] REWIND!
Contest questions:
Friday contest guestion: What song is Mrs. Jenson singing in this scene?
Bonus point: What actor's movies were Mrs. Jenson's favorites?
Double bonus point: What character outside the house witnessed this scene?
Triple bonus point: What is the name of the film this scene is from?
Quadruple bonus point: What is Beverly's last name?
Winners of this contest may earn themselves extra time in purgatory!

15 comments:

  1. Terry,

    I know... Way too much time on my hands.

    Beverly: [as Beverly hits Mrs. Jenson a final time] REWIND!
    Contest questions:

    MRS. JENSON
    What is it, Sylvester,
    a bird? Shhhh. Mommy's
    watching "Annie".

    Friday contest guestion: What song is Mrs. Jenson singing in this scene? "Tomorrow" begin over the credit sequence to"Annie", her favorite musical

    Bonus point: What actor's movies were Mrs. Jenson's favorites? Bill Cosby films

    Double bonus point: What character outside the house witnessed this scene? SCOTTY looks horrified to see a figure sneaking upon MRS. JENSON through window

    Triple bonus point: What is the name of the film this scene is from? Serial Mom

    Quadruple bonus point: What is Beverly's last name? Beverly R Sutphin

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  2. The movie is Serial Mom (1994). Beverly's last name is Sutphin. Mrs. Jenson is singing Tommorow. LuAnn witnessed the murder. I'm thinking that maybe her favorite actor is Farrah Fawcett. That's all I can get...

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  3. Hi Terry!

    Well, I don't have a clue - I think that's Kathleen Turner, but I'm not sure...

    Hope you feature a movie I know:)
    Happy Friday!

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  4. ANNA and Adriennne! That's scary! Adrienne - you were close, but Scotty is the one who saw Beverly in action.

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  5. What's scary is a 62 year old, good (kinda good) Catholic woman, even having a clue about this stuff. Actually, I thought Serial Mom was pretty funny and Kathleen Turner did a great job.

    Told you I was a sickie.

    LuAnne saw something - maybe Anna knows:)

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  6. ....and, if you liked Serial Mom, try the original Black Christmas with Olivia Hussey, Keir Dullea, Margot Kidder, and John Saxon. A classic!!

    I refused to see the remake as there is absolutely no way it could measure up to the original.

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  7. I would enter but:

    1) I've only seen Serial Mom once.
    2) I don't like the prize. Can't you come up with something better-like time OFF from purgatory? I'd settle for what's behind Door #3, Monty.

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  8. Adrienne - I'll have to get that. Also, LuAnne saw the dead body.

    Cath - I bet I'm going to have to change the prizes, and maybe even have the contest on Sundays in Lent rather than Fridays - it might be more appropriate.

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  9. LuAnn witnessed the hit and run that killed the teacher
    (Mr Paul Stubbins)

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  10. Anna - you are right - I was thinking of Chip's girlfriend - didn't she see Mrs. Jenson's body? I know she was trying to look in the window to see if Bev was there.

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  11. Yep, it was Birdie.

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  12. Cathy_of_alex, I agree

    Terry how about
    How about a mass intentions for winners of contest? My soul could use it :-)

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  13. Thanks, Anna

    Terry - if you'd be willing to get all those emails promising you a larger "life" (ahem) then you wouldn't need that firewall.

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  14. This certainly isn't a Jeopardy category I'm strong in. It's like you guys are speaking a different language.

    Adrienne knows too much. She also stands a good chance of surviving a zombie apocalypse, so I'd be careful around her :) I'd wager the same is true for Anna.

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