Thanksgiving is about traditions. That means doing the same thing and feeling good about it.
So, for the third year in a row, here's the holiday classic Thanksgiving post. I'm thankful that I have a fun hobby and good friends to share it with who like to laugh.
Today is Thanksgiving, and Budding Ventriloquist is pleased to present two special holiday reruns. The first a Budding classic holiday tradition, and the second is perhaps the funniest Thanksgiving moment in television history.
The Budding Ventriloquist
Something For The Kids To Do Game
While you are busy in the kitchen worrying about whether the turkey is done, if the stuffing has too much or not enough poultry seasoning, and why the pumpkin pies aren't as dark orange as you were expecting, the kids need something to do.
There are several more ventriloquist teams other than the four already circled. Can the kids find them?
Print this picture. Print it many times. Be sure to print it in color, or a few of them won't really be findable. Print it in the highest quality possible, because I am sure your printer ink wasn't very expensive.
(This was originally posted last year on Thanksgiving. I just know that it is going to become a holiday tradition as big as the Underdog* balloon in the Macy's parade.)
WKRP In Cincinnati
"The Turkey Drop"
After tons of searching and believing someone, somewhere, has posted this segment in it's full glory, I found it. (Actually, Jeff the IT guy at work found it for me. Bravo, dude.)
Whether something is the "funniest" is always a good debate. But there is no doubt, this was truly inspired.
Oh, the humanity.
(If it doesn't run well here, go to Happy Thanksgiving - WKRP Turkey Drop - kewego.)