Seriously? The punchline to the pun is the opening line to a song written by Bob Dylan, which he recorded but which is better associated with Peter, Paul, and Mary.
Keeping it Peanuts, might I suggest the special What Have We Learned, Charlie Brown?
Uh oh, better get her into the ICU pronto. How will she ever live with these swings, roller skates, and steps. They’re obviously far too dangerous for kids to be around and it will be a miracle if she makes it to the 1990s. Why don’t we outlaw them as too dangerous?
I suspect it’s a coloring book.
Is it really reading if all you’re doing is looking at the pictures?
Stopped too soon.
Except for the folks that can beat the ever ************************ out of Rat.
Even with Lincoln I feel like there’s still someone missing. Bill and Ted dropped everyone off at the San Dimas Mall while they went to fetch Napoleon who’d been ditched in modern times. I recall everyone had a partner so they were all wandering the mall in pairs (but not for long with some of them). Lincoln would have made seven at the mall since Napoleon wasn’t there. So why do I still feel like someone’s missing.
March 8th corresponds with International Women’s Day, the October date looks to just be mothers period without corresponding to any other celebration.
Beethoven was in the movie. One of the historic figures they brought back to the present to help them pass their History presentation. Napoleon, Billy the Kid, Socrates, Joan of Arc, Sigmund Frued (wrong spelling there), Beethoven, Genghis Khan. Feel like I’m missing someone.