Butt Freak Film Buff

Transcribed from: Comedy Central
Transcribed by: SkiRa81207@aol.com
Cast: [In apartment watching the tv]

Mark: Don't you have any other movies?

Dave: You don't like it?

Mark: No, it's fine. It's just that we keep watching it over and over. Every time we come back to your place, we watch the same movie.

Dave: Oh, it's just that it's my favorite movie. Oh wait, this is my favorite scene coming up. Hold on, I'm just going to turn it up a bit.

[turns up the volume on the tv]

Kevin: We're going to make you squeal like a pig, ain't we boy? We're going to make you squeal like a pig!

Scott: SQUUUEEEEAAAL like a pig!

Dave: Yeah, let me rewind that bit. We'll just watch that part again.

[TV]

Kevin: We're going to make you squeal like a pig, ain't we boy? We're going to make you squeal like a pig!

Scott: SQUUUEEEEAAAL like a pig!

Dave: You don't want to see it again?

Mark: Are you trying to tell me something?

Dave: What are you talking about? We're just watching a movie.

Mark: No, no. We're not just watching a movie, we're watching one movie over and over. No, in fact, we're watching one scene over and over. And I'm not sure if you're trying to tell me something.

Dave: What?

[TV]

Kevin: We're going to make you squeal like a pig, ain't we boy? We're going to make you squeal like a pig.

Scott: SQUUUEEEEAAAL like a pig!

Mark: What is it that you like about that scene?

Dave: I like that it's well written. I mean, ah, it's a very famous scene and it's famous because of it's writing.

Mark: Just out of curiosity, are there any other scene from any other movies that you consider to be exceptionally well written?

Dave: The Butter scene from "Last Tango in Paris." The writing in that is just extraordinary.

Mark: Ah, well it's pretty obvious to me what you liked about both scenes.

Dave: Well, I liked that they're both well written.

Mark: No, I don't think that's it. What do these scenes have in common?

Dave: Nothing.

Mark: Nothing?!?!

Dave: Nothing! I mean the one film's about the journey of self discovery through the wilderness and the other film is about a man trying to cope with the death of his wife in Paris.

Mark: No, what are the actors in the scene doing in common?

Dave: Breathing life into great writing?

Mark: No! What sexual act are these characters performing?

Dave: Look, are you heading somewhere with this because I really just don't see it.

Mark: Their both having anal sex!!

Dave: Wow! I can't believe that's all you see when you watch that scene. I can't.... I mean the anal sex is pretty incidental.

Mark: Incidental?!?!

Dave: Yes, incidental! I mean, obviously you just don't appreciate fine cinema. That's obviously what the problem is!

Mark: Oh, well then I guess I should go.

Dave: Yeah, maybe you should go. Maybe you should go, but please feel free to call me if you should ever learn anything at all about film though, ok? Maybe you might wanta read Kenneth Turlong's film ??? or Dale Steve's "Ass Masters of the Silver Screen."

Mark: You're a Butt-Freak!

Dave: Film Buff!

Mark: Butt-Freak!

Dave: Film Buff!

Mark: Butt-Freak!

Dave: Film Buff!

Mark: Butt-Freak!

[Mark leaves]

Dave: Film Buff! Man, why is it so hard to find a woman that appreciates film?

[TV]

Scott: SQUUUEEEEAAAl like a pig!


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