Robin Amy Bass
This is my and Tim’s Family; the Boys, as they are affectionately known, stay with T/Ben!
The Polar Bear’s name is Cola. That is what he drinks… Only! Around his neck he is wearing a hat of sorts or Yarmulke. For some reason, he keeps getting type cast, as a Jewish Cola Bear who does tricks. Larry likes to ride him, and watch the dailies and the The Soprano’s while sitting on Cola’s back.
That’s Larry the Lobster up on Cola now. Larry directed Duncan and Dufas in the Passover Play. He is currently working on a Fourth of July Gala, without fireworks, because Duncan, Dufas, and Tim do not really like fireworks. The loud noises are a bit much for their bionic ears.
Last year, when Macy’s had fireworks, Dufas got so nervous he hid in a pocketbook of the famous Rock and Roll Reporter, Ms Sheila Walters.
Sheila caught a flight to London to meet with the great Nigel O’Richardson from the band, Raw Sewage, all the time unaware that Dufas was hiding behind her sunglasses case. Sheila never takes off her sunglasses and even when she does, she never uses the case for sunglasses. She tosses them in to her Fake Louis Vuitton Bags, which can be bought at 301 Canal Street.
While she was interviewing Nigel, she encouraged him to endorse one of her Fake Designer Name Bags – Nigel was to say, “Fake Designer Bags – Available at 301 Canal Street – Not The Real thing.” It was that great British Accent of Nigel’s that would lend an air of authenticity to the ad campaign.
Sheila is known for a creative Holiday Interviews. Can you guess what’s in those boxes? Fake Louis’s
Well, just as they were about to do the 80th take, Keith Wedgley and Eric Clapton walked in to the studio. Nigel knocked over the bag, and out fell Dufas. Sheila promptly called her people back in NYC, who tracked down Miss Walters, Interior Designer and Furniture Salesperson, Ms Robin Amy Bass, who was frantic herself.
It seems that Dufas was Duncan’s brother, and everyone was frantic that Dufas had runaway, because his part was not big in the upcoming Fourth of July Gala last year. No one understood, it was because of the loud noises – the ones that Larry the Lobster said were as old as Vaudeville itself. Well production was shut down, and Duncan was inconsolable.
Larry kept running around yelling “Placemats everyone; quiet on the set!” Duncan got nervous and passed out and had to be revived with some of Cola’s cola! Cola was nervous. There would be none left, and demanded more cases be sent to his trailer.
When he found out his trailer was really a cage, he demanded to re-negotiate his contract and went into hibernation.
Duncan was the star; his line was “Let My People Go.” Duncan is the donkey on the left. In the middle is Dufas, his brother. The boys have another Brother named Doby, but he arrived after this photo shoot. On top of Dufas is Bernie the Dog. When he gets excited, Bernie’s asks for permission to go for a walk or use the bathroom. We always let him use the bathroom. Afterwards he wags his tail, and says. “I’m happy to do my doody”
Anyway the boys and I would like to wish their Dad, Tim, a happy Father’s Day and, and Happy Father’s Day to all of our Brothers, who are fathers.
©Copyright June 16, 2006 by Robin Amy Bass