I’m Enjoying This Way Too Much

I’m enjoying this way too much.

I don’t even remember which Danger Mouse episode this is from. I vaguely remember this, but only really vaguely. I just keep watching it though.

 

Note, I did end up looking it up and I do remember it. From “The Dream Machine”:

Greenback: Oh, and one last thing, Penfold. Don’t, whatever you do, say “rock”. (disappears)
Penfold: “Rock”?
(a rock falls out of thin air and hits DM on the head; it sprouts legs and a mouth and runs off, laughing silently as DM turns to glare at Penfold)
Penfold: I don’t get it, Danger Mouse, I only said “rock”.
(a second rock falls out of thin air; DM tries to dodge it, only for it to stop in midair, sprout arms, and hit DM repeatedly over the head with a large sausage. Greenback can be heard laughing as Penfold gives the camera a surprised look)
DM: Look, Penfold, just don’t say… R-O-C-K.
Penfold: R-O-C-K?
(steel-plated letters spelling ROCK appear one at a time, then a train whistle sounds as they trundle off screen… and then across the background… and then we hear four offscreen crashes as DM yelps in pain)
DM: (from under the pile of steel-plated letters) Penfold…
Penfold: Yes, sir?
DM: Have you got anything for a headache, Penfold?…
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About David S. Atkinson

David S. Atkinson enjoys typing about himself in the third person, although he does not generally enjoy speaking in such a fashion. However, he is concerned about the Kierkegaard quote "Once you label me you negate me." He worries that if he attempts to define himself he will, in fact, nullify his existence...
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