PHOEBE: Mr. Donaghy. Jack. Listen, if you’re still interested there is another piece I’d like to show you. I think you might enjoy it. I’ll need to take you back to the private office. This piece is very delicate. Very few people have handled it.
JACK: Oh god, I hope we’re talking about the same things.
Reader submission from Evan M.
House of Cards.
ASSISTANT: The idea is to take color theory and turn it on its head. Break all the rules.
REMY: How much for all of them?
REMY: I’d like to buy them all.
ASSISTANT: [nervous laughter]
Reader submission from Sam R.
Top: Castle. Bottom: Alex Gross, “Hummingbird.”
Artist, not art. From Bones.
ROXY: Do you think Geoffrey might’ve actually done it?
HELEN: No, that was all just depressed artist talk, Roxy. You should know that, you’re a depressed artist yourself.
BOOTH: Hello, do you want to explain this to me?
ROXY: Recently, Geoffrey’s been talking about finding a way to make himself part of the art.
BONES: Do you mean literally?
HELEN: The ultimate artistic act…Bravo, Geoffrey.
If it’s unclear, by “part of the art” they mean as a corpse.
Top: The Simpsons. Bottom: The Sleep, Salvador Dalí.
Sabrina The Teenage Witch.
VICTOR: So what do you think of the gallery?
SABRINA: Oh, I like this uh…little chrome thingy. Except it’s too bad somebody left their orange in it.
VICTOR: I think that’s part of the sculpture.
SABRINA: Oh, if that’s the case I may have just eaten a six thousand dollar banana.
Kids In The Hall.
DARRYL: All great paintings have an element of tragedy to them. For instance you remember from last week the unicorn was stuck on the aircraft carrier and couldn’t get off. That was very sad. And this week some of you wrote in your suggestions. For example Mr. Stravinsky of [inaudible] street suggested we give this lover a tumor in his head! So, let’s begin.
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