The green bar representing his charisma skill, Indy, while dodging machine gun fire, takes time to hug the ladies.
Every time Steven tells Harrison to hold still while the cameraman shoots a 'behind the scenes' still, Harrison annoyingly poses as if he is about to pounce on the dancers.
How does that one go? It's on two movies including Inspector Gadget 1. The bad guy gets an automatic gun out of his sleeve, points it towards the good guy's feet, and tells him to keep quiet and Dance!
Indy ponders: "Does fog settle in layers?"
By the way, how were you able to make your post say it was so long ago?
And, what is Bickersons, Intergamer?
Last edited by Tennessee R : 08-12-2004 at 12:41 PM.
Originally posted by VP Okay, because you asked so nicely.
Awwww, VP has a heart! Goes to show that mods are not Nazis! Watch out for Mola Ram, VP! He likes guys that "have heart." Nyuk nyuk!
Okay, here's my caption(s):
In spite of the melee around him, Indy couldn't resist jumping over to the piano to bang out a snappy, toe-tapping rendition of "The Maple Leaf Rag."
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To save money at Club Obi Wan, the owner has installed the first-ever automatic hostess (the big blue statue in the corner). It smiles, distributes menus and points the way to the nearest available table.
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Last edited by Indyologist : 08-12-2004 at 10:06 AM.
Actually, it would be OK to move this thread to the Video Game section, and even rename it - it's been bumped anyway. And the links will still work since they only refer to the thread number. I just want people to post captions!
Originally posted by Tennessee R And, what is Bickersons, Intergamer?
Well, I suppose it comes from the word Bicker, meaning people who argue. If you saw me use it, I was probably referencing the old radio program "The Bickersons" starring Don Ameche and Francis Langford and John and Blanche Bickerson. The premise of the show was that they were a married couple that argued a lot..
Indy's heart pounded as he moved through the dance steps. He knew that if he gave a bad performance he would receive a "thumbs down" from the statue and the gunman would not let him the club without several holes poking through him.
Indy nervously tried to blend in with the dancing girls, in hopes of hiding from the persuing droolers.
Coming Fall 2005: Indiana Jones and the Broadway Show of Doom
Indy noticed at the last possible second somebody had removed the sign saying 'Don't shoot the pianist'. He wondered who had pulled the prank, since the manager was fed up with cleaning the red color from it night after night...
Originally posted by intergamer Just a few more days here. And by the way, there is still something that everybody is missing. At this point nobody has a bonus from completing the caption search thing.