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It’s the seventies.
“Someone’s got to be oppressed!”
LOL I love that song!
Oh how joyous! I’m just feeling sleepy and stressed today – had a good weekend, just under pressure for some upcoming adjustments in my living arrangements. New furniture, etc. Need to get the house in order before Sunday. This clip helped a lot! Do you know the name of the singer?
[I believe the Jesus is Victor Garber. Don't know who Judas is, though. -admin]
They don’t teach how to walk down steps in clown shoes anymore. This is another sad commentary on the current state of education.
[This is a profound truth. Admin]
Wow, Twin Towers. and them on all those roofs. Trippy.
Love the song, but too many high school drama memories! Ack!
Both John the Baptist and Judas are played by the same actor — David Haskell.
The (happy) hippies of Godspell the movie are so much better than the (grungy Manson family) hippies of Jesus Christ Superstar the movie. And Victor Garber is a much better Superman Jesus than Ted Neely is a high-talker girly-man Jesus.
And don’t get Butters started on dance — he’s very dangerous when he starts tapping. If he was to tap with clown shoes, he’d probably kill everyone in the place.
So, Bender, is it ON? It’s ON!
Oh no you di-int!
I agree with Bender.
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