Lumpy Gravy Part Two
Ronnie Williams: Buh-bah-bahdn
John: There it went again...
Spider: It's a little pig... with wings.
Pig with wings: EE...
Gross Man: I hear you've been having trouble with pigs and ponies!
Calvin: To... just the opposite... going around to the other direction.
Calvin: How 'bout us, don't we get any?
Gail: We don't get any...
Calvin: That's very distraughtening.
Gail: We don't get any because we're otherwise...
Spider: Everything in the universe is... is... is made of one element, which is a note, a single note. Atoms are really vibrations, you know, which are extensions of THE BIG NOTE. Everything's one note. Everything, even the ponies. The note, however, is the ultimate power, but see, the pigs don't know that, the ponies don't know that. Right?
Monica: You mean just we know that?
Spider: "Merry Go Round! Merry Go Round! Do-Do-Do-Do Do-Do-Do Do-Do-Do!" and they called that "doing their thing."
John: Oh yeah, that's what doing your thing is!
Spider: The thing is to put a motor in yourself.
Louis: Grrr... Arf arf arf ar-ar-ar-ar-ar! Teeth out there, and ready to attack 'em... I had to fight back and hit 'em, like... you know... hit 'em and hit 'em and hit 'em, and... kick 'em and kick 'em and...
Roy: Did they get on top of you?
Louis: No, I fought so back, hard back, and, it was...
Roy: Hard back?
Louis: Yeah, white ugliness.
Roy: Did it have teeth?
Louis: And it was two, it was two boogey-men that were on the side and, we were... already blocked the entrance, so I had to... I had to kick, I had to fight to f-four or five boogey-men in front of me...
Roy: Then... but maybe he can turn into... I wonder if he could maybe be [...] PFFFT!
Louis: Yes, extremely vicious!
Roy: I don't know, those po... I heard those ponies are really vicious!
Louis: I know... but, I know they're vicious, but they...
Roy: Their claws!
Louis: He d-d... he doesn't have to be able to do it...
Roy: They get on top of you, and they just tear you apart.
Louis: I know... Scars over here, see, scars right here. Yeah...
Roy: Tee... Teeth to limb! Teeth to limb! I mean, toe to tail... man, I hope they don't get him.
Louis: Ponies! I-i-if-if, if... is...
Roy: Was it white? Are you sure it wasn't w-white, I mean, uh, black, or...
Louis: Well, I think they're white, but I was too scared to notice their physical...
Roy: Gold or something?
Louis: I was too, I was too scared to no... n-no... uh-no... uh-notice their physical, ahh... appearance, 'cause they... they-they were attackin' me!
Roy: They were?
Louis: Yeah, they were... they were attackin' me!
Roy: What were they doin' to you?
Louis: Well, they were... they were like, they were... comin' and surroundin' me 'n everything else, and they were attackin' me and I had to fight back, fight, fight and fight back and... pick up sticks...
Louis: Yes, pick up sticks, you know?
Roy: I used to play that game, Pick-up-sticks.
Louis: Me too, did you ever play that game?
Louis: Yes! That's funny! HA HA HA!
Roy: Anyway, come back to the horse... back to the horse? To the pony...
Louis: HA HA HA HA! Now...
Louis: Yes, pony, or...
Louis: Or Pope, I dunno, ah, I dunno...
Roy: I don't know...
Louis: Something down there is dangerous.
Roy: Could be a cigar or somethin'.
Roy: A cigar?
Louis: A cigar? Naw, you're insane, come on!
Roy: Nohhh, no... I remember when I was a... no I don't remember. Those were the days!
Louis: Boy, you must spend all your life down here!
Roy: That was before the days of those horses.
Louis: Yes, before the days of the... all the... ow-uh... ponies or boogey-men or somethin', what's out there.
Roy: But then there was a... what was it then? No pimples?
Louis: No, I never did.
Roy: You had to have 'em.
Louis: Naw, naw...
Roy: You've got one right in your nose right now!
Louis: HA HA HA HA! Scrtch-ch-ch! Scratchin' them...
Roy: Boy, I'm gettin' tired, man. We should go...
Louis: Oh, yes...
Roy: We should go to sleep.
Louis: Oh, yeah...
Roy: I just hope he comes back...
Louis: Yes... Listen!
Roy: I think I'll pray for him.
Louis: I think I'll join you.
Roy: You do yours and I'll do mine...
Louis: Okay... HA HA HA HA!
Roy: And we'll hope for the best. HEH HEH HEH!
Louis: HA HA HA HA HA! I'll pray for [...] Motorhead.
Roy: Now I lay me down to sleep...
"Just One More Time"
That's just fine!
Come on boys!
Just one more time!
Spider: I think I can explain about... about how the pigs' music works.
Monica: Well, this should be interesting.
Spider: Remember that they make music with a very dense light. And remember about the smoke standing still and how they... they really get uptight when you try to move the smoke, right?
Spider: I think the music in that dense light is probably what makes the smoke stand still. Any sort of motion has this effect on... on the ponies' manes. You know, the thing on their neck.
Spider: As soon as the pony's mane starts to get good in the back any sort of mo... motion, especially of smoke or gas, begins to make the ends split.
John: That's the basis of all their nationalism. Like if they can't salute the smoke every morning when they get up...
Spider: Yeah, it's a vicious circle. You got it.
"A Vicious Circle"
Gross Man: Pony!
"Drums Are Too Noisy"
Larry: Drums are too noisy, 'n you've got no corners to hide in!
John: So when she's beating him over the nose with a tire iron, and then we both jump away and disappear, and the pig will turn around and there'll be this pony...
Spider: Oh no, man...
Spider & Monica: Kangaroos!
Monica: And then they eat it when they get home.
John: If it's still alive.
"Envelops the Bath Tub"
Spider: Envelops the bath tub.
Calvin: 'Cause round things are... are boring...