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2. Statler and Waldorf (1/3)            Engleski jezik

            Dijalozi ona dva matorca iz "Mapeta"

4. Špigl – dvojnici poznatih

            Foto-feljton: Dvojnici poznatih

6. Priče iz Lešnikgrada

            Šta veverice rade u slobodno vreme

7. Bend "One night stand"

            Slike kojim se najavljuje svirka ovog benda

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Oliver Dragòjević


            Šta mislite, ko su najsmešniji Mapeti? Po mom mišljenju, to su Statler i Waldorf. "Mapet film" ne bi mogao da bude "Mapet film" bez ove dvojice spadala. Njihove opaske, doskočice i šale održavaju komediju Mapeta i ne bi bilo isto bez njih. Niko ih ne smatra lošim tipovima, ali su svi uvek oduševljeni kad se pojave u "Mapetima".


            Episode 203 with Milton Berle:

Both: Funny, Funny!

Berle: Oh, It's you guys! The bear warned me about you two!

Statler: Hey, Berle!

Berle: What?

Statler: You know what? I'm just figure out your style.

Berle: Really?

Statler: You work like Gregory Peck.

Berle: Gregory Peck is not a comedian.

Statler: Well?

Berle: Just a minute, please. I have been a successful comedian for half of my life.

Waldorf: How come we got this half?

Berle: Did you two come in here to be entertained or not?

Statler: That's right.

Berle: What's right?

Statler: We came in here to be entertained and we're not.

Berle: Oh, yeah? I'd love to see you come down here and be funny.

Waldorf: You first!

Berle: "Ha, ha, ha", the audience! "Ha, ha, ha"! Don't pay any attention to old folks. Let me tell the story. (begins to tell the story, when interuppted by Statler again)

Autor: Alehandra Lunik

Statler: Hey, Berle!

Berle: Ohhh... Yeah, what is it? What is it?

Statler: You know what you're doing wrong?

Berle: What I'm doing wrong?

Statler: Standing too close to the audience.

Berle: Oh, yeah? How is this?

Statler: You're still too close.

Berle: Oh, sorry. Is this okay?

Statler: Now little more.

Berle: How far back do you want me to go?

Statler: You got a car?

Berle: Let me tell you something:  If you don't stop, I'll have the Usher throw you out!

Waldorf: He can't. He's too busy.

Berle: Doing what?

Waldorf: Keeping people in!

Berle: (to the audience) And you encourage him! That's what you're doing! (to Statler and Waldorf) You know, guys? I got good mind to punch you in your nose.

Waldorf: Please not while I'm holding it.

Berle: That's very funny.

Waldorf: Ah, you can use it.

Berle: I don't need your material, pal. I got a million funny lines in the back of my head.

Dilan Dog

Statler: How come they never reach your mouth?

Berle: Gentleman! Will you please take it easy? You think I'm doing this for fun?

Statler: Not so far!

Berle: Oh, I see. You think you could do better?

Statler: I couldn't do worse.

Berle: Allright.

Waldorf: We should.

Berle: Oh, yeah? You sing?

Statler: No.

Berle: You dance?

Statler: No.

Berle: Can you get laughs?

Statler: No

Berle: Then what would you do?

Waldorf: Just what you're doing.

Berle: Okay, that's it! That's it! I'm going to call the police!

Statler: Good idea, you need all the protection you can get.

Gonzo: Could I help you out?

Berle: Please.

Gonzo: Which way did you came in?

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- I always dreamed we'd be back here.

- Those weren't dreams! Those were nightmares!

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- I guess that all's well, ends well.

- Doesn't matter to me, as long as it ends!

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- Well, Waldorf, they made it to Broadway.

- Yes, and I already bought tickets.

- Are they good seats?

- Sure are. They're on the next train out of town!

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- Every week, this show looks better to me.

- Every week, your eyesight gets worse!

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- Well, how do you like the film?

- I've seen detergents leave a better film than this.

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Statler: Do you believe in life after death?

Waldorf: Every time I leave this theater.

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Statler: I wonder if there really is life on another planet.

Waldorf: Why do you care? You don't have a life on this one!

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Statler: Waldorf!! Wake up! Here come the bikinis!

Waldorf: Oh boy! Let's syncronize our pace makers!

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Waldorf: What's all the commotion about?

Statler: Waldorf, the bunny ran away!

Waldorf: Well, you know what that makes him…

Both: … smarter than us!

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Waldorf: They aren't half bad.

Statler: Nope, they're ALL bad!


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TLL 711

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Statler: Boo!

Waldorf: Boooo!

Statler: That was the worst thing I've ever heard!

Waldorf: It was terrible!

Statler: Horrendous!

Waldorf: Well it wasn't that bad.

Statler: Oh, yeah?

Waldorf: Well, there were parts of it I liked!

Statler: Well, I liked alot of it.

Waldorf: Yeah, it was GOOD actually.

Statler: It was great!

Waldorf: It was wonderful!

Statler: Yeah, bravo!

Waldorf: More!

Statler: More!

Waldorf: More!

Statler: More!

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            At the end of the Steve Martin episode:

Statler: Well, that was different.

Waldorf: Yep. Lousy...

Both: ...but different!

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Waldorf: Bravo, bravo!

Statler: Why are you yelling bravo? Did you like it that much?

Waldorf: Nope; friend of mine, Joe Bravo, he's sitting in the front row. Bravo!

Kaciga Zverko

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Statler: (after putting on his 3-D glasses) Hey, hey look! Look at the guy in the Goofy mask! (…) That's not a mask. Oh, sorry lady!

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(commenting on the scenery for Piggy's number)

Waldorf: Isn't it lovely?

Statler: Yeah. Too bad they're gonna spoil it with a pig.

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Statler: (on Bean's reuniting with the other Muppets) This is a very moving moment.

Waldorf: Yeah; I wish they'd move it to Pittsburgh!

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Statler: Wake up you old fool. You slept through the show.

Waldorf: Who's a fool? You watched it.

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Statler: Is your hearing aid fixed?

Waldorf: No.

Statler: Then how do you know what I'm saying?

Waldorf: I don't!

Statler: Oh. (does double take)

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Statler: I like the steel Drums!

Waldorf: What?!?


Waldorf: I beleive it! They'll take anything that isn't bolted down!

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Statler: You did it! You saved the Pig and Frog!

Waldorf: Well, it was too late to save the movie!

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Statler: Brrrr. It's freezing in here. Waldorf when you come back can you give me my coat?

(Waldorf brings Statler a goat)

Statler: Your hearing aid's busted again.

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            From the "Muppets Take Manhattan":

Waldorf: Did you get us tickets?

Statler: You bet! They're for a bus out of town!

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Statler: Can you sing tenor?

Waldorf: What?

Statler: Can you sing tenor, as in ten or eleven miles away from here.

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            S & W are wearing flamboyant Elton John-style costumes:

Statler: Boy, we really look like something from the rock age!

Waldorf: No, we look more like something from the Stone Age!

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            From Halooween Issue, Fozzie Bear tell some jokes about ghosts:

Statler: Hey, bear! The only thing scarey around here is the fact you're still in comedy!

Waldorf: Yeah! The only thing in this issue that won't come back from the dead is your act!

Statler: Face it! In the field of entertainment, you don't stand a GHOST of a chance!

Both: Dwoah! Ho ho ho!!!

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Statler: "Take a trip" you said. "See the world you said" you said. Now we're stuck on the front of this stupid ship.

Waldorf: It could be worse. We could be stuck in the audience.

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(watching Fozzie perform on roller-skates)

Waldorf: Hey, this is a great way for Fozzie to do his material!

Statler: Yeah, a moving target is harder to hit!

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Statler: He was doing okay until he fell off the stage.

Waldorf: Wrong. He was doing okay until he came ON the stage!

(at the end of the roller-skate bit)

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Waldorf: You know, on the show that wasn't funny.

Statler: True, true.

Waldorf: But on a record it doesn't even make sense.

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Waldorf: Eh, Statler?

Statler: Yah, what?

Waldorf: Is that it?

Statler: Yes, its over. How'd you like it?

Waldorf: I don't know, I slept through the whole thing.

Statler: Well, you didn't miss much.

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Waldorf: Say, Statler, do you think "The Muppet Show" will be any better live?

Statler: At our age, it's good to be around anything live.

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Waldorf: Well, at least it's only for one night.

Statler: Year, but that's the same thing they told us 25 years ago…

(nastavak u broju №712)


            Uz najavu svirke iduće subote u "Ajnfortu" (Novi Sad, Zmaj Jovina 24), članovi benda "One night stand" su objavili i nekoliko zanimljivih slika u kojima se zezaju među sobom. Objavljujemo one najzanimljivije.

            Redakcija im se zahvaljuje što su nam dozvolili da ih objavimo. Ako bude bio dobar, pustićemo urednika na svirku.


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