Blazing Saddles Episode 56: Tex, ma’am

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Blazing Saddles Episode 56: Tex, ma’am

The song, “I’m Tired,” continues in this minute. Lili von Shtupp is at a point in her performance where she wants to chat with the audience. She begins with a young man who has propped his feet up on the stage. She asks his name and he replies, “Tex, ma’am.” She then plays with him saying, “Well, Tex ma’am, are you in show business?” He says he is not. Then she kicks his boots as she tells him to get his friggin’ feet off the stage. She then compliments another for having a 10 gallon hat, or is he just enjoying the show. She then does a strange slow octave build with her voice, prompting a drunk to get up on stage.

Our Guest

Megan Baillie calls herself a serial enthusiast, which is why she goes by ‘actor’, ‘writer’ and a Master of Conservation Biology. As a lover of long talks with new acquaintances, Megan found herself invited into the Movies by Minutes family in late 2018. She first guested on Austin Powers Minute and then on Mean Girls Minute. She has become known for her well-timed quips in the MxM community. Feeling welcomed, she claimed Bohemian Rhapsody due to her deep love of films about bands, but has only just ordered a microphone. Stay tuned for her first Podcast of her own to come in 2019.

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