Tom Hanks – Performs Slam Poem About Full House – Jimmy Fallon
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[Tom Hanks – Performs Slam Poem About Full House – Jimmy Fallon]
[Jimmy Fallon] Source: LYBIO.net
Ladies and gentlemen here to perform his slam poem about the 1990’s sitcom Tom Hanks.
Full House, house full of men, Danny, Jesse, Joey, father, uncle, friend. Uncle Jesse, whose hair is never messy, ‘Watch the hair, huh!?’ Have mercy on Uncle Jesse. Three men raising three girls, Or are the girls raising them? ‘Wake up San Francisco!’ Danny Tanner screams through the TV screen. His three girls watch by themselves, No women in this full house, this house full of men.
D.J. Tanner, ‘Oh Mylanta!’ Stephanie, ‘How Rude.’ Little Michelle, ‘You got it dude.’ One day, D.J. listens to the radio D.J., ‘be the ninth caller,’ he says, ‘and win two free tickets to a Beach Boys concert’. The men listening downstairs leap for the phone, a groan, there’s a voice on the line and it stammers, ‘Hello, this is D.J. Tanner.’ ‘Just name the Beach Boys song, D.J. and the tickets are yours’.
As the strains of ‘Rhonda Help Me’ blare, D.J. stares.
‘Help me, Gibbler,’ she says, turning to the neighbor Kimmy Gibbler helpless in silence. She does her no favor, Pressure mounting, mounting, mounting, time ticking … Help me who? ‘Rhonda!’ shout the men, the men of this Full House.
And the men become boys, Beach Boys, as they go to the show where they sing ‘Cocomo,’ ‘Cocomo, that’s where I want to go, to get away from it all.’
[Tom Hanks] Source: LYBIO.net
From what? From this male-dominated world, this testosterone-full house, this house full of men. As we sit on the bed, get patted on the head, our sins we confess, and we learn a life less-on … From the men, the men of this Full House, this house full of men. Cut it out.
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