Mr. Penny: He was known as “The Stinker”.
By all means, ask the stupidest man on the planet.
I’ll go with “John.”
Coincidentally… a famous late nineteenth century seller and promoter of indoor plumbing fixtures, some of which carried his name, was Thomas Crapper.
But while he held several patents for improvements to flush toilets, he didn’t invent them…
and supposedly the slang term pre-dated his birth.
Starts with a P?
It musta been the sauerkraut…!
Joy must be so proud of her husband. All that intelligenthe has .
Methinks the “M.I.T.” couple in the background are about to hit the “Beam me up, scotty” button……….
For all you “increase my knowledge of important names in history” buffs, THAT would be one John Crapper, who by now may be running in a heated contest for most turns in his grave per calendar year…….
That guy? He’s just some guy whose thinking about whether Auguste Rodin will actually pay him his modelling fee this time.
In the next scene, someone tells them it’s a sculpture by Rodin. Burl warns Timmy not to believe every ridiculous thing he hears. How could a Japanese monster with his arms fused to his wings handle the sculpting tools?
Burl is not a deep Thinker…
Perhaps Burl is making a sly joke, he knows it’s The Thinker, but he pretends he can’t “think” of the answer?
The only thing on the tip of your tongue is stupid
He’s known as a Big Thinker – by people who lithp!
Mr Crapper. The inventor of the modern toilet.