WML clip - What does Dorothy say?
I found a clip of WML? on youtube. In this clip the "Special Mystery Guests" are Leonard Slye and Frances Octavia Smith (better known as Roy Rogers and Dale Evans). This episode is another classic, classic episode of WML? that simply could not be duplicated today. At one point in the questioning Dale Evans asks, "Is one of you an actress?". I don't understand the question that Dorothy asks after this. It sounds to me like Dorothy says, "Not Hugh?". This makes no sense to me. Can someone help me out here?? The link to the clip is below.
She's asking a very heavily enunciated "Not you?" to Roy Rogers.
"Is the other one of you a hero not in Brooklyn?" is an attempt to rule out any possible connection to the sports world, from what I can tell.
After watching the clip (the moment in question occurs about 3:25 in), I think Dorothy's question was "Not you?", only she was trying to be cute and emulate Roy's upper-crust accent, since he was the one who answered the "actress" query. The gag probably got lost in the translation between her head and mouth, however.
That is what I kind of suspected Dorothy said, although I admit totally missed the joke. The way you explained it, it makes a little sense. I guess you would have to have been there to catch the humor in what Dorothy said. Oh well. Thanks anyway.
Originally Posted by TheKid965