Young Frankenstein Episode 102: Some sponge cake and a little wine

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Young Frankenstein Episode 102: Some sponge cake and a little wine

We continue from yesterday with Inspector Kemp declaring that this is an entirely different situation. He offers his hand to the creature in friendship, welcoming him to the community. They shake and the villagers begin to cheer in earnest, perhaps none as much as Igor. The inspector then begins to invite everyone over to his house for a little sponge cake and a little wine, when suddenly his arm pops off. Kemp grabs it from the monster, utters a brief dirty word and then triumphantly yells, “To the lumber yard!” The villagers begin to leave as the monster, Inga and Igor all lean down to see if there is a heartbeat inside the doctor. We do a quick dissolve and then Dr. Frankenstein carries Inga, both of them dressed as bride and groom, across the threshold of his room. We end with him saying, “Hello, Mrs. Frankenstein.”

Joining us today for the first time as our guest on the Wilder Ride is the perpetual guest herself, Crystal Beth! Crystal is one of the hosts on The Fifth Eleminute and, thanks to agreeing to be on our podcast, we got her to watch the film Young Frankenstein for the very first time!

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Well thanks for stopping by! We are nearly done with Young Frankenstein and our season one film on The Wilder Ride. We will likely have a couple of bonus episodes from now until we begin season two. Stay tuned to see which Gene Wilder flick we dive into next. If you haven’t already, check out our Facebook page and maybe even consider joining our closed listeners group!

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