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This would have been a great part 2 to Lucy & Pat Collins:

 

Hypnotist David Days knocked out during

Dorset show

 

David Days The hypnotist has a back-up voice recording which can be used in emergencies, his manager said

 

Three people were left hypnotised on stage when a hypnotist knocked himself out during a show in Dorset.

 

David Days was performing at Portland's Royal Manor Theatre on Friday when he tripped over a participant's leg.

 

His team could not rouse him and the audience was asked to leave while the people were still "asleep" on stage.

 

They were "woken up" soon after when Mr Days recovered. His manager said the performer has a voice recording which can be used to bring people round.

 

The hypnotist later wrote on his Facebook page: "I would just like to let my fans know that I am completely fine.

 

"A little bruised, but that's all. Thanks for your support tonight, it was a great show with some great volunteers."

 

Mr Days, who has hypnotised members of the pop band Blue on television, did not require hospital treatment, his manager Tara Nix said.

'Loads of commotion'

 

She added: "He was out for a little while and that is why we asked the audience to leave.

 

"Three people were left on stage but we always have a back-up tape and a back-up hypnotist to step in if needed.

 

"Luckily, it wasn't too long until he recovered and he and the guests are fine.

 

"To be honest I think this is the first time it has ever happened to a hypnotist."

 

Audience member Fiona Faye said: "He was pulled from stage and there was loads of commotion from a number of people backstage including one man who ran to the other side of the stage to get a first aid kit.

 

"At first the audience, including us, found it very funny and thought it was part of the act, but as time went on we began to realise that it was not part of the show and he had actually hurt himself.

 

"At this point we become very worried not only for David Days but also the guests that were onstage oblivious to anything as they were still hypnotised.

 

"They simply just sat there 'asleep'."

 

http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-england-dorset-13653944

 

I picture Mary Jane as being the person with the leg but also the only one with the know-how to activate the recording. LOL

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FRED MERTZ IS MISSING!

 

Have you seen this lizard?

 

Fred Mertz — a 3-year-old iguana, not the grumpy “I Love Lucy” character — went missing from his apartment on Lawn Street in Mission Hill while his human pal, Ryan Pindall, 21, was in Vermont over the weekend. Fred apparently pushed his way out through a space between the air conditioner and the window.

 

“We’ve been posting flyers all around the area and talked to all the neighbors,” Pindall said.

Mertz is about 3 feet long and changes color, depending on how he feels. “If he’s cold, he’s probably a darker green, if he’s warmer, a lighter green, and if he’s stressed out, he turns a sickish yellow color,” Pindall said. He also has big blue circles around his neck, is missing some spikes that never grew out, and has a black tail.

 

“He’s really docile unless provoked by another animal. He freaks out about cats, he might strike them, but he’s not going to be out attacking people,” Pindall said. “He’s not going to bite if you try to pick him up.”

 

Iguanas are strictly vegetarian and generally eat leaves, flowers, and fruits. If you live on Mission Hill, check your garden.

 

“I can’t imagine he’s gone too far. He’s probably just sitting in a tree, hanging out,” Pindall said.

 

http://bostonherald.com.nyud.net/news/regional/view/2011_0606man_on_lookout_for_colorful_pal_as_iguana_slithers_away/

 

 

PLOT #1: Unable to find his reading glasses again, Fred discovers that if it was a snake it really would bite him as he sticks his hand under the couch to find his specs has an unfriendly encounter with the latest member of Little Ricky's menagerie -- his pet asp. While Ethel is rushing Fred to the hospital -- via the subway. "Call an ambulence? Are you crazy? You know how much they charge and I still have another hand!" -- he sues the Ricardos and joins Frannie from Danfield's campaign to make Little Ricky's pet "the last asp in town." Frannie: Mary Wickes.

 

PLOT #2: After another sleepless night, Fred takes a bit of liquid courage and with the phone number for the Tranafjhwsonhkncoibnowdfghan Television Company in hand, he heads over to Al Hergasheimer's used car lot to break in and get his money back. Upon breaking in the window he discovers Al and the two guys from the Smithsonian Institute are running a meth lab in the back room and they conspire to make Fred a new speed bump in front of East 68th Street. Al Hergasheimer: Burt Mustin. Goon #1: Danny Thomas. Goon #2: Sheldon Leonard.

 

PLOT #3: Poor Mrs. Mertz goes missing as well after the goons go through Fred's pockets and discover his name, address, and telephone number. Ethel's big mistake was her enthusiam when Goon #2 phones her up and asks if she'd like to "have breakfast with the boys."

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A Milroy Sex Maniac!

 

CONNERSVILLE, Ind. – An Amish man who sent more than 600 text messages that included lewd images to a 12-year-old girl he randomly dialed was arrested when he arrived in his horse and buggy for what he thought was a meeting for sex, police said.

 

Willard Yoder, 26, faces four counts of child solicitation after being arrested June 15 in his hometown of Milroy, about 45 miles southeast of Indianapolis. A not guilty plea was entered on his behalf during his initial hearing Friday.

 

Connersville police Detective Craig Pennington said authorities set up the meeting after the girl's mother alerted them her daughter was getting text messages from someone she didn't know. Pennington said the girl turned her cellphone over to her mother and the mother acted as if she were the girl.

 

"The mother made sure this person understood that this girl was 12 years old," Pennington said.

 

Pennington said the messages started out innocent, but eventually the man texting wrote that he was a 21-year-old Amish man named Willard and asked the girl if she were horny, to send naked pictures of herself and asked if she wanted to "make out."

 

Pennington said the man continued to send texts and the mother turned the cellphone over to police. He said the cellphone was turned over to Indiana State Police who found at least 600 text messages were sent, including requests for nude photos and asking if she wanted to meet to have sex.

 

Pennington said Yoder also sent five pictures and two videos to the girl's cellphone, some of which included naked photos of him.

 

Police then used the cellphone to set up the meeting.

 

Pennington said although Yoder was apprehended in Rush County, he was charged in Fayette County because the girl lives in Connersville. Court records don't list an attorney for Yoder. He is scheduled to appear in court July 1 with an attorney.

 

Pennington said Yoder confessed to the sending the video messages, naked pictures and lewd text messages. Yoder told police he randomly dialed the girl's number.

 

"He says he just punched in the number hoping to have a conversation with someone," he said. "He said it was random. Everything else he said seemed to be true. But I'll find out more after his phone is forensically examined."

 

Jerry Beasley, director of the Menno-Hof, a nonprofit information center in Shipshewana in northern Indiana that teaches visitors about the Amish and Mennonite, said it's unusual for Amish to use either cellphones or landlines in their homes, but some do use community phones. They also have phones at their businesses and use cellphones for business, he said.

 

"The idea is they don't want to introduce the phones into the homes because they don't want it to detract from family life. As you might imagine, if they had the phone inside they would spend time on the phone and in their mind take away from the family time," he said.

 

Yoder was released on a $20,000 bond on June 17. The horse and buggy were released to Yoder's family.

 

Pennington said the girl and her family handled the situation perfectly, saying they locked the messages instead of deleting them and turned the cellphone over to police.

 

"It was good communication between the girl and her mother and the mother not being afraid to turn that directly over to the police department," he said.

 

http://news.yahoo.com/s/ap/20110622/ap_on_re_us/us_amish_sexting_2

 

PLOT: After the resounding success of Lucy's college reunion, Lucy, Viv, and Chris go to the suburbs of Milroy to take in the beauty of the Amish country. Going native, the gals decide to rent a horse and buggy and go cruising through the streets. The gals catch the eye of young Yoder who pulls alongside and offers to take the reins because buggy driving is not women's work. After a great tour, Yoder is clearly smitten and asks for their address to correspond. Lucy and Viv joke all the way back home to Danfield about how smitten he was with Chris, but things turn serious the next day when Chris, woken up by the sound of hooves clip-clopping down Post Road, goes to her mother's room and finds Yoder sitting at the foot of the bed staring longingly at the woman with hair colour of which he had never seen before.

 

Meanwhile, Viv does her utmost to use her charms to seduce Yoder, going as far as to sell Ole' Grover to finance a new all-black wardrobe, taking up bread breaking, and beating their laundry on a rock.

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Somehow I missed these when you originally posted them....and I got a hearty and genuine LOL out of them. I love it when you combine different episodes (from different series!) into the same wonderful plotline. And :marionstrong: :"Tranafjhwsonhkncoibnowdfghan Television Company"---never seen it spelled out before.

 

 

FRED MERTZ IS MISSING!

 

 

 

 

PLOT #1: Unable to find his reading glasses again, Fred discovers that if it was a snake it really would bite him as he sticks his hand under the couch to find his specs has an unfriendly encounter with the latest member of Little Ricky's menagerie -- his pet asp. While Ethel is rushing Fred to the hospital -- via the subway. "Call an ambulence? Are you crazy? You know how much they charge and I still have another hand!" -- he sues the Ricardos and joins Frannie from Danfield's campaign to make Little Ricky's pet "the last asp in town." Frannie: Mary Wickes.

 

PLOT #2: After another sleepless night, Fred takes a bit of liquid courage and with the phone number for the Tranafjhwsonhkncoibnowdfghan Television Company in hand, he heads over to Al Hergasheimer's used car lot to break in and get his money back. Upon breaking in the window he discovers Al and the two guys from the Smithsonian Institute are running a meth lab in the back room and they conspire to make Fred a new speed bump in front of East 68th Street. Al Hergasheimer: Burt Mustin. Goon #1: Danny Thomas. Goon #2: Sheldon Leonard.

 

PLOT #3: Poor Mrs. Mertz goes missing as well after the goons go through Fred's pockets and discover his name, address, and telephone number. Ethel's big mistake was her enthusiam when Goon #2 phones her up and asks if she'd like to "have breakfast with the boys."

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Lucy Thinks She's Getting Old - (Part 1) After Helen seems to have aged rapidly over the course of a day, exhibiting the good 20 years on her husband that she has had all along, Sidney Kaiser seeks Lucy out for answers. After Sidney tells her what happened, Lucy becomes obsessed that her face will fall at any moment like Helen's. Instead of staring into the mirror for hours and days waiting for the inevitable, she assembles the crack team of Phoebe Emerson, Eve Whitney, Grace Foster, and Ethel Mertz to give her a series of strenuous and progressively more elaborate beauty treatments.

 

Sidney Has His Eyes Examined - (Part 2) Lucy finds out her new beauty regimen was all for nothing. Anxious to rub her new, svelt, tight person in Helen's face, she goes over to the Kaiser apartment where Sidney takes her aside to say he got his glasses perscription changed the previous week and, as it turns out, Helen has always looked like that.

 

Inspired by This Questionable (but potentially sad if true) News Story

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Lucy Goes to Tripoli:

 

After winning an all-expenses paid trip to Tripoli after coming in first in the annual Danfield Couscous Cookoff, Lucy and Viv head for Libya. After a week of seeing the sites in the capital, Lucy and Viv decide to take a walking tour of some of the smaller towns. Coming to a fork in the road, they flip a coin to decide which sights to see next. Meanwhile, rebel forces are closing in on Col. Gadhafi and, acting on a tip, rummage blindly through a concrete sewage pipe where the pull out a middle-aged dishwater blonde and a wild-eyed, frowzy redhead looking for their valuable lost Dinar.

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Lucy Goes to Tripoli:

 

After winning an all-expenses paid trip to Tripoli after coming in first in the annual Danfield Couscous Cookoff, Lucy and Viv head for Libya. After a week of seeing the sites in the capital, Lucy and Viv decide to take a walking tour of some of the smaller towns. Coming to a fork in the road, they flip a coin to decide which sights to see next. Meanwhile, rebel forces are closing in on Col. Gadhafi and, acting on a tip, rummage blindly through a concrete sewage pipe where the pull out a middle-aged dishwater blonde and a wild-eyed, frowzy redhead looking for their valuable lost Dinar.

AND Lucy came across mr gadhafi and found out where he was hiding and promised him she'd keep it a secret but then told a few friends and one of them was in the Taliban and well, i dunno who blabbed but . . .he ain't gonna blow up no more planes.

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