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Ninth Doctor, Can dogs eat Spam?

I don't know, I've never tried. Maybe if it were seasoned with anise seed. The only can of Spam I own I got in NY when Spamalot opened, it was one of the souvenirs they had for sale. It's illustrated with the show's promotional art, I keep it with my curios. It says "Best by Jan 2008" on the bottom, so it's probably not fit for a dog's breakfast by now. I also got a killer rabbit plushy, and a pair of boxer shorts that say "I fart in your general direction" on the backside. TMI?

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  • 9 years later...
On 7/23/2011 at 10:32 AM, 9thdoctor said:

The only can of Spam I own I got in NY when Spamalot opened, it was one of the souvenirs they had for sale.

Years ago my oldest daughter was married in Las Vegas. While there we had smoke from wild fires and that was awful. We gave our two tickets to a Barry Manilow concert to the newlyweds to avoid the smoke. But later we went to see “Spamalot.” It had David Hyde Peirce (from the TV show “Frasier”) playing Sir Robin and starred John O’Hurley (who was J. Peterman on Seinfeld) as King Arthur. It was exquisite! (And coincidentally Barry Manilow is back again. Tickets are a mere 51 dollars at the International Showroom, Westgate Las Vegas Resort and Casino.) Peter  

“You Won’t Succeed On Broadway” lyrics from “Spamalot.”

ARTHUR: Have you heard of this "Broadway?"

ROBIN: Yes sire...and we don't stand a chance there.

ARTHUR: Why not?

ROBIN: Because...Broadway is a very special place,
filled with very special people,
people who can sing and dance, often at the same time!
They are a different people, a multi-talented people,
a people...who need people...and who are, in many ways, the
luckiest people in...the world. I'm sorry sire, but we don't stand a chance.

ARTHUR: But why?

ROBIN: Well...let me put it like this.

In any great adventure,
that you don't want to lose,
victory depends upon the people that you choose.
So, listen, Arthur darling, closely to this news:
We won't succeed on Broadway,
If you don't have any Jews.

You may have the finest sets,
Fill the stage with penthouse pets,
You may have the loveliest costumes and best shoes.
You my dance and you may sing,
But I'm sorry, Arthur king,
You'll hear no cheers,
Just lots and lots of boos.

ENSEMBLE: Boo.

ROBIN: You may have butch men by the score
Whom the audience adore,
You may even have some animals from zoos,
Though you've holes and krauts instead,
You may have unleavened bread,
But I tell you, you are dead,
If you don't have any Jews.

They won't care if it's witty,
or everything looks pretty,
They'll simply say it's shitty and profuse.
Nobody will go, sir,
If it's not kosher then no show, sir,
Even Goyem won't be dim enough to choose!
Put on shows that make men stare,
With lots of girls in underwear,
You may even have the finest of reviews.

CRITIC: You're doing great!

ROBIN: The audience won't care, sir,
As long as you don't dare, sir,
To open up on Broadway
If you don't have any Jews.

You may have dramatic lighting,
Or lots of horrid fighting,
You may even have some white men sing the blues!
Your knights might be nice boys,
But sadly we're all goys,
And that noise that you call singing you must lose.

So, despite your pretty lights,
and naughty girls in nasty tights,
and the most impressive scenery you use...
You may have dancing mana-mano,
You may bring on a piano,
But they will not give a damn-o
If you don't have any Jews!

You may fill your play with gays,
Have Nigerian girls in stays,

GIRLS: You may even have some schizas making stews!

ROBIN: You haven't got a clue,
If you don't have a Jew,
All of your investments you are going to lose!

There's a very small percentile,
Who enjoys a dancing gentile,
I'm sad to be the one with this bad news!
But never mind your swordplay,
You just won't succeed on Broadway,
You just won't succeed on Broadway,
If you don't have any Jews!

Arthur, can you hear me?

To get along on Broadway,
To sing a song on Broadway,
To hit the top on Broadway and not lose,
I tell you, Arthur king,
There is one essential thing...
There simply must be, simply must be Jews.

There simply must be,
Arthur trust me,
Simply must be Jews.

From Wikipedia: Just when it seemed that John O'Hurley would be known as "Seinfeld's" J. Peterman forever, he waltzed away with the first-season championship on "Dancing With the Stars." The busy businessman is involved in multiple projects and has side careers as a pianist, game-show host and author.

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We had first row seats for Barry Manilow back in 2007 but I don’t remember what they cost. But now? I looked it up. $468 for first row. Wowzer! Back then my daughter said Barry came right over to them, asked if they were newlyweds, and sang.

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