Geoffrey, the royal chef, felt Wonk, one of the new kitchen boys, was doing a bang-up job turning the spit and preventing the king's turkey from burning on the fire.
However, he wasn't quite convinced yet that Futsutsuka was going to work out as a meat cutter . . .
While salvaging the remains of the Drunken Hog (thanks, you stupid cat!) I decided to build a little kitchen setup for a possible holiday MOC. Then I got this collectible minifig and, well, I had to do it. After all, I AM old enough to remember seeing the great John Belushi in the "Samurai Delicatessen" skit when it originally aired.
Okay, I'm also a little proud that I figured out a way to get the turkey on a spit over hot coals. I may have to get another one of the pigs and do a little modifying to Porky. Why doesn't Lego give us castleheads some ready to roast meat?
Full disclosure: I almost put Blockocop on the fire, just to tease you. Instead, here's a preview of a villianous throne room . . . .
By the way, Glomshire Knights fans, my first (and probably last) Christmas storyline is about to be unleashed. The strip will run daily December 13-25 on our homepage, which you can find by clicking on the fancy clicky thingy I'm putting right here.
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This is great! I don't know the skit (and Dave's link is a video stream only available in the United States) but I'm sure if I google it I'll find a u-tube clip. But the build is sweet, and that throne room teaser is very exciting!