“The SWAT heard ’round the world!”
Just so you know, I’m going to steal that!
“Dueling Banjos” was originally Arthur Smith and Don Reno, both playing banjos. It became popular to play it with one banjo opposite one guitar after it was played that way in the film “Deliverance” (without Arthur Smith’s permission, I might add, for which he successfully sued them).
There is a world of difference between the two. I could sleep peacefully to bagpipe music (it is called “droning” after all), but I’d like to strangle the cat that wails outside our house at night (only enough to put him to sleep – so don’t anybody start sending me hate mail).
Shocked! (applies to either “she”)
No spoilers for the new folks. We won’t know until tomorrow what Tabitha’s reaction is.
I don’t see claws. I think you’re seeing whiskers.
It may still be true that he knows no fear for himself. However, he is terrified for Beatrix right now!
You beat me to it. Give him this one, or he’ll keep trying.
Still better than caterwauling.
Looks to me like you invented the snooze button.