Mr. Singh isn’t the first Indian to rip off Gene Kelly; see Raj Kapoor’s Shree 420.
He also ripped off Charlie Chaplin in that movie
So who else saw the punchline coming from about the second panel?
There isn’t a smile on his face, either.
I think if Gene Kelly (1912-1996) were still alive, he might get a laugh at this.
It put a smile on my face.
OK, the classic 1952 Gene Kelly film is the first one most are likely to think of in association with this song. But a second film, from 1971 , also used it to great effect. Remember?
At long last, have you no shame, sir???!!!
Send Pastis to Singh Singh.
Manmohan Singh makes a cameo?
What a Singh and a shame. LOL. SOMEBODY STOP ME!!
Can I have aloo da paratha and lassi inn your café, Singh… ?
Rat didn’t bring his bat?
Khan Noonien Singh in the Singh Inn in the rain?
Ok Cartoon Boy…your whole family has renounced you…that means …no cousins…no aunts…and definitely no Grammy.
So Pastis is now wearing a gray t-shirt instead of white?
I need to find a replacement for this “comic strip”
You know, Debbie Reyonlds would be so hurt, why don’t they call it dancing in the rain? Gene Kelly wasn’t a singer, he was a …………………
Stephan’s about to become a victim of some ultraviolence.
Wait! There’s a pun in this?
saw that one coming in the 3rd panel
Pig could recreate that scene from Clockwork Orange.
Mr. Singh’s turban might be a sign that when he’s Singh Inn in the rain it’s a Songh, Sungh, Blue.
I think this is a Sikh joke.
Does Mr. Singh have an inn in Dallas with boats?
Funniest part to me is that Singh is pronounced like “sigh” and the whole pun falls
Are you ever happy, Rat?
Oh yes. When you are making people’s lives hell.
Mr. Pastis has got to be a stanfurd grad!!!
Stephan sets up his puns the way Rube Goldberg set up his mechanisms :-)
Where are those stranded travelers supposed to eat if he closes the cafe?
Why am I picturing Alec from “A Clockwork Orange” kicking Stephen in the ribs right now?
Ease off Cartoon-Boy, Rat. Not every pun is worth the effort to beat the stuffings out of him, and this was one of his blander, more excusable concoctions. Maybe next time we’ll make him singh for his supper! —Though I really hate the idea of stuffing Mr. Singh into an oven….
When the inn was open did they let the kids play hide and go Sikh?
Sigh… celebrating Labor Day with a labored pun.
Anyone who doesn’t find this amazing pun funny might as well be SIGHING in the rain.