>>Seriously, though, I honestly expected the huge walking ham
>>that was Frankenstein's monster in that film to break out with
>>"Putting on the Ritz." He was that over the top.
>Nobody does that number better than Adam at the annual BPRD
>Questionable Talent Show.
Would that be where Abe Sapien breaks out his encyclopedic knowledge of Gilbert & Sullivan? Or have they classified that as a Weapon of Mass Distortion and only used it for interrogating spooks, spectres (not the Spectre; Jim Corrigan may actually like G&S), and assorted poltergeists? :)
Ebony the Black Dragon
"Life is like an anole. Sometimes it's green. Sometimes it's brown. But it's always a small Caribbean lizard."