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It's too bad that the only reason this was bumped, was for a spam post that just copied SBD's answer for the sake of helping disguise it as legitimate. But whatever. I'm over it.

My favorite line in OUAM:
Winnifred: Dauntless, I have to get undressed now.
Dauntless: You do? All right!

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I think it's rude to call me ignorant. Mind your own business. I wouldn't pick on YOU. I'm fed up with the people on this site: so many of you guys are assholes just for the sake of being assholes. I come to this site to learn more about musicals, but all I get is a bunch of snobs who assume they know more than everyone else and all they do is put other people down. It's totally not necessary! It doesn't make you look smart or cool, it just makes you look like a jerk. Can we focus on the musicals, please, and not pick on other people just for the hell of it? I swear, this is like the fifth time someone has chewed me out on this site for something that doesn't matter. And I've seen a lot of other people chewed out for other stupid things! I may seem like I'm overreacting, I just hate to see so many people on here be so mean! Just because you don't know me, you assume I'm an idiot. I'm probably a lot like you, so don't be a snob. I'm here to learn and get help, not be judged. Damn, guys, seriously.

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Hm, I can totally relate to that situation right now. In a different context, but still..


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My favorite melody would be the melody from the Minstrel, the Jester, and I; my favorite song would probably be Very Soft Shoes.


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My favorite scene was when Larken comes in dressed as a boy, because we practiced it a million times and it was nearly perfect.

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Favorite line:

Prince - "It wasn't the stork at all!"

Favorite song: Shy



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Which part was that line from?


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It's actually a lyric, not a line of dialogue, and it can be heard at the end of "Man to Man Talk."

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SomeoneLikeYou wrote:
It's actually a lyric, not a line of dialogue, and it can be heard at the end of "Man to Man Talk."


Oh, you mean the scene with Dauntless and Sextimus?


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Sir Harry: Why should we both suffer just because YOU had a moment of weakness?

Fred: *about the queen* Does she ever say anything except, "You swam the moat?!"

and of course, Aggravain's Act 1 Scene 2 monologue. Our Aggravain was great and the crowd applaudd after it every time. :)

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Some of my good friends were in OUAM last year, so I hung out with them so much during rehearsals that I could have been in it.

My favorite song is "Yesterday I Loved You". My best friend, who was Lady Larken, sang and amazing duet with their Sir Harry. But I do like a bunch of other songs, i.e. Shy, Happily Ever After...

My favorite scene is the one with "The Minstrel, the Jester, and I".

Favorite line... way too hard to choose. D}

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