Fame (1982–1987): Season 1, Episode 11 - The Crazies - full transcript

Doris learns that sometimes honesty is not always the best policy. When Shorofsky is hospitalized, Bruno realizes that he is important to his life.

Counterpoint involves a
sensitivity to the other players.

At the end of every year, we
will start to go just a little bit crazy.


The faculty puts on shows.

♪♪ [Tribal Drums]

The students
start sniffing spring.

You no doubt have heard about Miss
Sherwood and Miss Grant switching classes.

[Chanting] Short
phrases and crisp rhythms.

Short phrases and crisp rhythms!

The crazies strike again!

♪♪ [Disco]

♪ Fame ♪
♪ I'm gonna live forever ♪

♪ I'm gonna learn how to fly ♪
♪ High ♪

♪ I feel it comin' together ♪

♪ People will see me and cry ♪
♪ Fame ♪

♪ I'm gonna make it to heaven ♪

♪ Light up the
sky like a flame ♪

♪ Fame ♪
♪ I'm gonna live forever ♪

♪ Baby, remember my name ♪
♪ Remember, remember ♪

♪ Remember, remember ♪

You got big dreams.

You want fame.

Well, fame costs,

and right here is where
you start paying in sweat.

♪ Fame ♪
♪ I'm gonna live forever ♪

♪ Baby, remember my name ♪
♪ Remember, remember ♪

♪ Remember, remember ♪

♪ Fame ♪♪

Tell me the truth.

Gregory Andrew
Crandall, I love you.

Tell me the truth.

Gregory Andrew
Crandall, I love you.


Tell me the truth.

Gregory Andrew
Crandall, I love you.

Tell me the truth.

Gregory Andrew
Crandall, I love you.


Tell me the truth.

[Laughing] Gregory
Andrew Crandall, I love you.

Somebody get the blinds, please.

Would you all go
back to your seats?

All right, that was
very interesting.

Any ideas what we
might learn from that?


Well, we learned that you probably
had a really bad night last night...

and that your ego needed a lot of
stroking, so we hope you feel better.

The purpose of this exercise...

was to get you used to
the idea that as actors...

you're gonna be called upon
to say things and do things...

that society says you shouldn't.

Like, you don't say "I
love you" to somebody...

with 15 other people
looking on, right?

- So we all passed?
- No.

What was requested
of you was the truth.

"Tell me the truth," I said.

Some of you giggled. Some of you
smirked, couldn't look me in the eye.

The reality that I expect
from you is the emotional truth,

and you don't tell someone "I love you"
with an embarrassed grin on your face.

That is the truth.

By the way, Amatullo,
I do feel a lot better.

[Bell Rings] [Laughing]


You can make all the jokes
you want about it, but the fact is...

you and I were the only people in
Crandall's class that chickened out.

Everybody else looked right
at him and told him the truth.

You and I acted like schoolkids.

Have you forgotten we
are schoolkids? More jokes.

Give it a break, will ya? Why are
you makin' such a big deal about it?

Have you ever seen the
English movie The Four Feathers?

No. It's about cowardice
and the nature of courage.

And I am formally calling
you and I cowards...

for just the things that
Crandall was talking about.

Telling the truth? No.

Instead of being serious,
we're always cute or copping out.

Okay, what do you recommend?

We take a pledge. To do what?

It is now 10:00 in the morning.

From now until the
end of the school day,

you and I will tell nothing
but the absolute truth.

No matter how much we want
to sugarcoat it or tell a white lie,

we must tell the absolute,
bottom-line truth and nothing but.

The longer it takes you to answer
me, the more I'm disappointed in you.

Doris, have you thought
about this? Of course not.

Well, don't you think we
oughta think about it a little bit?

Montgomery, you are standing
on the edge of the high board of life.

Are you gonna think it
through, or are you gonna jump?

For the rest of the day,
nothing but the truth.

What's so funny?

I was just going over
the tentative list...

for the faculty show that
Mr. Shorofsky drew up.

He's got Miss Sherwood down to
do an African tribal dance. Good luck.

Miss Grant? Huh?

What do you think about this
for Michelle in the ballet finale?

Uh, turn around, Michelle.

Oh, it's... it's...
It's different.

Uh, it's original. Don't
you think so, Doris?

Come on. What
do you think, Doris?

I think it's a pukey color, and it
makes you look incredibly hippy.


Oh, it does.

Look at me. It
makes me look huge.

It does not. Michelle,
you look fine in that.

I'm not gonna wear
this. There's no way.

[Coco] Michelle, you
liked it this morning.

[Michelle] No. No. There
was always a little bit of doubt.

Doris spelled it out. It
makes me look hippy, right?


Doris, you should
talk. Go warm up.

On my way.

Michelle, sweetheart,
you're overreacting.

The costume is
fine. It's just fine. It is.

If anything, it makes
your hips look smaller.

So my hips are too big!

Class, would you get in places
for the end of act one, please.

Honey, you did fine.
It'll work itself out.

♪♪ [Classical]

Hold it. Hold it.

You're on key and in
tempo, but that's not enough.

Counterpoint involves a
sensitivity to the other players.

Minute adjustments
one to the other.

This is missing. I don't
know why, but it's missing.

Was there enough time for you
to get together and rehearse?

We rehearsed for a
couple of hours last night.

Well, I'd appreciate someone telling
me why it didn't come together then.

Because we didn't
rehearse this number.

You didn't rehearse the
assignment given you?

Well, maybe not as
much as we should have.

Well, how much time
did you give it, please?

We rehearsed...
About 15 minutes, tops.

What Montgomery says is true?

Yes, sir.

And the rest of the time
was spent what, please?

A new song I wrote.

You concentrated on
a new song of yours...

instead of a variation
from Bach, yes?

Yes, sir.

And what is the title of this song
that is so much better than Bach?

- I didn't say it was better.
- What's the title, Martelli?

[Sighs] "My Baby
Mine Never Babies Me."

Get out! You're all dismissed!

Dismissed? But the
period's not over yet.

It's over as far as I'm
concerned. Get out!

Mr. Shorofsky, if we leave now without hall
permits, the hall monitors are gonna write us up.

Give them my regards.

Is there an assignment
for tomorrow?

Your assignment is to learn to play the
Bach as it was intended to be performed.

If you are unable to accomplish
that, your second assignment...

is to be honest about it and
not betray my trust in you.

I'm sorry to say that today you
failed miserably at doing either.

- Mr. Shorofsky...
- Out!

I can't believe what you just
did. What's the matter with you?

Yeah, neat thing
to do, Montgomery.

A couple more rehearsals, we could've had
the variation down pat. What was the point...

- No, we couldn't have.
- Who says?

Julie said. She said
your keyboard technique...

isn't good enough for the
complex parts of the variation.

- When did you say that?
- This morning before first bell.

Excuse me. You
people have hall permits?

No, we don't have hall permits.

I'm gonna have to
write you all up. Great.

You're Martelli, aren't you?
We got chemistry together.

Yes on Martelli and yes that
we have chemistry together.

Not the kind of chemistry that Jane
Fonda and Robert Redford have...

Now listen, pal, don't get smart
with me. I can write you up for that too.

[Bell Rings]

You and I got chemistry
together next hour.

I'll write you up
on the way there.

The rest of you... well, just don't
be out here without a hall permit.

That's all.

It's gonna be a long day.

Good morning. Hello.

Are you okay?
Sure. It's nothing.

I think I pulled a
muscle last night.

Oh, when you were
rehearsing your dance routine?

Doris, how do you
know about that?

That's supposed to be a
surprise for the faculty show.

Oh, I guess Miss
Grant let it slip.

How much did she tell you?

Her exact words were,

"Miss Sherwood's down for an
African tribal dance. Good luck."

[Bell Rings]

Good luck?

Oh, Mr. Shorofsky. What now?

One of your first-hour students
was written up by a hall monitor,

but the student says you
ordered him out of the room.

And if that's the case, we
can't justify a summons.

May I ask a question? Of course.

Why was only one
student written up?

I sent five of them out.

Oh, but you can't do
that. I already did it.

But it's unfair to
the student involved.

The student was not involved.
That's precisely the problem.

- He was rehearsing "Beat My
Baby" or something like that.
- What?

Mrs. Berg, the papers today
told of an earthquake in Chile.

Hundreds are missing.
There's famine in India.

There's injustice everywhere.
These things are important.

But this twaddle
of hall monitors...

is not worth my
time or attention.

Therefore, you can
take the summons and...

Don't you dare!

Oh, Mrs. Berg, do you have
the forms that I asked you for...

Stuff it! [Gasps]


Never mind, dear.
I'll find them myself.

I'd like to talk to you, please.

How about lunch? How about now?

What can I do for you?

I want to know if I'm in this faculty
show as some kind of comic relief.

Of course not. You're
doing a dance, right?

The quote that was
reported to me was,

"Sherwood's doing an
African tribal dance. Good luck."

- Who told you that?
- Doris.

- I'll kill her.
- So you did say it!

Well, not the way you said
it. You-You had to be there.

I was just... I was...

I was just wishing a
fellow performer good luck.

You were wishing me good luck,
and I wasn't even in the room?

Well, look. It was just like if I heard
Mr. Shorofsky was going skydiving.

If I heard that,
I might just say,

"Oh, Mr. Shorofsky's
going skydiving. Good luck."

And you think the comparison
between Shorofsky skydiving...

and me dancing is
a fair one, do you?

I'm digging my grave
with my own mouth.

Elizabeth, all I meant to say
was that you're not a dancer...

Not a trained dancer... and it might
present some obstacles for you.

Well, all you do
is teach English.

All I do is teach
English! Oh, terrific!

Come on, Elizabeth. Be real now.

It might be a lot easier for me to do your
thing than it would for you to do mine.

Fat chance.

What class do you
have fourth period?

Contemporary Literature.

Sounds like fun. I have Modern
Jazz Trends in Choreography.

- I'll be there.
- Bet.

He's never talked
to me like that before.

Never. Twenty years.
Not once did he ever...

Michelle, why are you
wearing your coat on the inside?

Because I've got
incredibly big hips.

And I hate myself!

Time out, somebody!
Somebody... Time out. Time out.

But you always laugh. You
laughed at my jokes a million times.

Mostly to be polite. We didn't
want to hurt your feelings.

And what are you doin'
now? Just tellin' it like it is.

Look, we're not sayin'
you never tell a funny joke.

And your delivery is good,
but you need better material.

Oh, so people are just bein'
polite and laughin' at my jokes, huh?

Most of the time.
Not all of the time.

Every once in a while you
came up with a good one.

You know, this isn't as
hard as I thought it would be.

Aren't some people gettin'
mad at you? Some yes, some no.

Michelle thanked me for
being honest about her costume.

Miss Sherwood
said she was grateful.

She said it all averages
out. Deidre Maxwell.

What about her?

I've been kinda workin' on her for the
past couple of months, and... nothin'.

Maybe I should stop playin' games
and do what we've been doin'...

Be straight, level with her.

Montgomery, I really think we're onto
something here. I really do. Go for it.

Where is everybody?

Well, let's see.

Coco's over there having
a wardrobe conference.

And, uh, Bruno's composing
something, it looks like.

Julie's buying her
cello a bite to eat.

Danny's providing
the floor show.

And Montgomery's...

Never mind about Montgomery.
I can see that for myself.

Just the man I want to see.

What a limited social
life you must have.

I know you're in charge
of the faculty show.

I don't know if
you know it or not,

but I play a little jazz piano.

Just how tall an instrument
are we talking about?

[Laughing] I'm sorry.
I'm sorry. Forgive me.

This happens near
the end of every year.

The crazies. We
are all crumbling.

I don't follow you.

I've been here longer
than you have, Mr. Crandall.

I've been here longer than
the furnace, for heaven's sake.

At the end of every year, we
will start to go just a little bit crazy.

The faculty puts on shows.

The students start
sniffing spring and freedom.

For instance, you no doubt have heard about
Miss Sherwood and Miss Grant switching classes.

Really? The
crazies strike again!

Prose style.

Now, I'd like for you to give me the names
of some writers that had different styles.

But don't give me
anybody too far out. Danny?

Ernest Hemingway.
Good. Hemingway.

- Give me another. Coco?
- Thomas Wolfe.

Very good thinking.

Now, these are two
very good examples,

because both of these writers
have very different styles.

Hemingway wrote short
phrases and crisp rhythms.

Say "short phrases."
[Together] Short phrases.

- Say "crisp rhythms."
- Crisp rhythms.

Now we'll put 'em together.
Short phrases and crisp rhythms.

[Chanting] Short
phrases and crisp rhythms.

Short phrases and crisp rhythms.

Short phrases and crisp rhythms.

Short phrases and crisp rhythms.

Short phrases and crisp rhythms.

Short phrases and crisp rhythms.

Okay, okay. Good. Good.

Now, Thomas Wolfe...
Different sound altogether.

He wrote in a style
that was very ornate.

Very, uh, smooth phrases.
Very connected. Very legato.

Say "Ohhh, legato."

[Together] Ohhh,
legato. Come on, say it.

Ohhh, legato!

Put your body in
it! Ohhh, legato!

Very good. Now, there's
another writer. James Agee.

Write this down. A-G-E-E.

Now, his style
incorporated both.

Short phrases and crisp
rhythms, and the legatos.

Put 'em together,
and what do we get?

Short phrases and crisp
rhythms, ohhh, legato! Come on!

[Together] Short phrases
and crisp rhythms, ohhh, legato!

Short phrases and crisp
rhythms, and ohhh, legato!

Short phrases and crisp
rhythms, and ohhh, legato!

One more time! Short phrases
and crisp rhythms, and, ohhh, legato!

That's good. Doris?

We're supposed to be conjugating
verbs this period in Miss Sherwood's class.

Oh, I know you're
running the class,

but I thought you might like to know
what's supposed to be happening here.

Well, thank you very much, Doris,
for bringing that to my attention.

You've been very helpful this
morning to so many people.

[Bell Rings]

Short phrases and crisp
rhythms, ohhh, legato!

That was very good.

I mean, really, it was.

I think when you get some of the
rough edges off, it'll be spectacular.

What rough edges? Well,
maybe that's too strong a word.

I-It just... It seemed
to me that it's...

It's all a little usual.

I mean, there are
no real surprises.

Well, teacher, you have to
tell us what you're talkin' about.

Well, I was thinking,
while I was watching it,

that it's all very
modern, isn't it?

I mean, the sounds
and the moves and...

And I thought it might be
interesting if you inserted something...

that wasn't quite
so contemporary.

Like the way they use the
body in the Irish clog dances.

Watch. I'll show you.

♪♪ [Humming Irish Jig]

♪♪ [Humming Continues]

[All Laughing]

That... We never seen nothin' like
that before. That's real interesting.

[Bell Rings]

Class dismissed.

Uh, Leroy, hang on a
second. I'd like to talk to you.

I guess you've heard about
the faculty show coming up?


Well, Lydia... Miss Grant...

Seems to feel that
I'm in over my head.

What do you think?

Well, everybody's entitled
to their own opinion.

I think it's your...

[Sighs] Well, it's your dancing.

I mean, that... that clog stuff.

I mean... Thank you...
for your tact and honesty.


I-I think I have a
question to ask you.

I'm waiting.

Leroy, can you teach
me how to dance?

You gotta be kidding! [Laughing]

Teach you how to dance.

Well, I'd love to!
I mean, why not?


[Bell Ringing]


Innkeeper! More wine for my men.

We are victorious!

The question is are we done?

I mean, is this pledge supposed to last
all day or just through the school day?

You know, I don't think
we should give this up.

We've accomplished a lot today.

I mean, we've helped a lot of people
open up the lines of communication.

Fine! I don't have the technique
for Bach! Then get somebody else.

All I said was your technique
could stand some improving.

But not yours, right? Perfection. You
should change your name to Nadia Comaneci.

If you can't stand a little
constructive criticism...

Constructive criticism?

When Leonard Bernstein
says it, it's constructive criticism.

When you say it, not
quite the same thing.

It's like Jerry Ford saying
that Fred Astaire lost his step...

But you could do
it! I know you could!

Danny, I am not going to
write comedy material for you.

You're always
saying funny things.

I mean, kids think your class is
the funniest one in the whole school.

Is it pay? Is that it?

It is not pay. It's just that I
already have a very full schedule.

Okay, how about this? If I
hear you say anything funny,

I get to use it in my act.

And I'll give you special credit for your
work, so it's not like I'm stealing from you.

Terrific compromise. Ah.

In all fairness, I
should tell you...

I don't plan on saying anything
funny between here and the subway.

- Wakka-wakka-wakka.
- I know this sounds corny.

But I think you'll understand,
because we're in this together.

I really feel good about the people
we helped today. Yeah, so do I.

Michelle, what about this one?
This brings out the color in your hair.

Nobody's gonna be
looking at my hair.

Michelle, I... They're gonna
be looking at my hips...

and wondering if I'm wearing
some new kind of water wings.

I didn't think we
could stick it out.

I'm kinda proud that we did.

You have every right to
be proud. We did good.

What do you mean, you
gave them an assignment?

Any class that's taught
properly should have homework.

I have a lesson plan that's
laid out for the entire semester.

Then it oughta include homework.

It does include
homework, and you know it.

May I ask what was the
assignment you gave them?

Essay. On what?

The importance
of dance in society.


Well, that's better than tryin' to put some old
tired clog dance in the middle of a jazz number.

Just trying to give the
number a little pizzazz.

Pizzazz? Please!

Numbers that I choreograph don't
need that kind of pizzazz, my dear.

Well, now, that's a
matter of opinion, isn't it?

Are you ready? Yes.

I'm giving Leroy
some extra tutoring.

You're tutoring me? Yes.


Are you ready to tutor me now?

[Door Closes]

♪♪ [Recorded Piano]

♪♪ [Stops]

Look, I'm...

I just wanted you to know that I'll
have the Bach thing ready by Friday.

Good. I look
forward to hearing it.

You can forget about
the hall permit problem.

I've cleared you
with the authorities.

Appreciate it.


Do you think that I'm too
hard on you sometimes?

Well, I think you get angry with me
quicker than you do the other kids.

You may be correct.
You are correct.

Is that likely to change?

I will stop being hard on you when
you start being hard enough on yourself.

That hasn't happened yet.
I've got writing to do. Good day.

♪♪ [Tribal Drums]

♪♪ [Stops] Well?

How come you have to
do an African tribal dance?

Not my style?

Well, you're not exactly Watusi.

[Sighs] Thank you. I noticed.

I didn't mean nothin' by that.

Look, I just know that when an
announcer stands up and says,

"Miss Sherwood will now honor
us with an African tribal dance,"

it's check out the
water fountain time,

[Laughing] 'cause ain't nobody
gonna stay around for that.


Look, I'm open to suggestions.

Well, if you just
change your music...

to something more lightweight.

That way, you can just
keep doin' the same steps.

All you have to do is add a little boogie
into it, and everything'll just be fine.

♪♪ [Jazz Guitar]


I had no idea.

I didn't have any idea either
until I started calling around...

and finding you and Montgomery at ground
zero of everything that came up all day.

Michelle's really
down on herself, Doris.

And she's the lead dancer
in your choreography final.

Yeah, that's right.

I'm gonna have to apologize
to half the Western Hemisphere!

No, only those people with names
that begin with a letter of the alphabet.

I feel so dumb.

Doris, don't get
down... Let her alone!

She's entitled to feel
proud when she's good,

and she's just as entitled to
feel dumb when she's dumb.

I was just trying to
make things better.

Doris, when something's
working, you don't try and fix it.

Hey, listen to this. Prelude to a
remedy? ♪♪ [Playing Keyboard]

Come on, Doris.
You know how it goes.

♪♪ [Continues]

♪ Show me how ♪

♪ To make it right ♪

♪ Or should I just
stay out of sight ♪

♪ I've said too much already ♪

♪ There's nothing left to say ♪

♪ All my good intentions ♪

♪ Went astray ♪

♪ I was only trying to help ♪

♪ I wasn't acting selfishly ♪

♪ I know you'd do
the same for me ♪

♪ I didn't know the
truth would hurt ♪

♪ Till I saw you crying ♪

♪ I was only trying ♪

♪ To help ♪

♪ Love's gone wrong ♪

♪ Fallen apart ♪

♪ When I said
what's in my heart ♪

♪ I learned the
truth about honesty ♪

♪ It isn't always kind ♪

♪ You've gotta think
before you say ♪

♪ What's on your mind ♪

♪ I was only trying to help ♪

♪ I wasn't acting selfishly ♪

♪ I know you'd do
the same for me ♪

♪ I didn't know the
truth would hurt ♪

♪ Till I saw you crying ♪

♪ I was only trying ♪

♪ I was only trying to help ♪

♪ I wasn't acting selfishly ♪

♪ I know you'd do
the same for me ♪

♪ I didn't know the
truth would hurt ♪

♪ Till I saw you crying ♪

♪ I was only trying to help ♪

♪ I was only trying ♪

♪ To help ♪♪

[Phone Ringing]

It's probably Jacob Marley
wanting to borrow my chains.



Be right there.

[Coco] Bruno? Bruno?

Is he gonna be okay?

They think so.

They think so? What
does that mean?

Just what it says.
They think he'll be fine.

It's just gonna take a
little while. That's all.

He's gotta get better.

The last thing that happened between us
was me lying to him and getting caught...

and not having the
guts to apologize.

Miss Grant, I love that old guy.

He knows. He knows.

One minute, please.

You okay?

For God's sake, get better. I
need someone to fight with.

I am not being heartless. I'm
being pragmatic and realistic.

Greg, nobody gives a tinker's
damn about the faculty show now.

- That's not the point.
- Well, then you'd better
educate me,

because I'm not hopping
on this bandwagon.

Look, I am not being
callous. I am not a believer...

in the show going on in the
face of someone's anguish.

However, we have students
who are working in the band,

and they are getting
credit for their efforts.

They are being graded,
and that affects their finals.

And that affects whether or
not they will get a scholarship.

If we cancel this show,

we're going to blow some of
our seniors right out of college.

Can I at least get on your
bandwagon one step at a time?

Forget it, Mr. Shorofsky.
Morale is at a low point.

You're being sentimental and
foolish. I hate sentimental things.

We are simplifying the show. We're
gonna make it like an exam presentation.

That way, the kids
will get their grades,

and we don't have to feel like hypocrites
singing and dancing while you're in the hospital.

You should write greeting cards
for a living. This is embarrassing.

Mr. Shorofsky, you are
not getting a vote in this.

I'm simply informing you
about what's been decided.

Sentimental twaddle.

Well, I'm glad to hear
you're getting better.

'Cause the nastier you get,
the more I recognize you.

Now, I'll call you tomorrow and let
you know how it went. Good-bye.


Good morning.

Someone stole the
geranium out of your planter.

Thank you, Mrs. Johnson.

And now we're going to
have Mr. Gregory Crandall,

who will be accompanied by Mr. Jeffry
Cummings on bass and Peter Yates on drums.

Hi. Crandall here.

Hope to find some
of your old favorites...

to set your toes a-tappin'.

[Laughter] Something
old, something new,

something borrowed
and something blue.


Sounds like an old fuse.


♪♪ [Up-tempo Jazz]


I'm Dr. Westheim. We've
not met before, I believe.

No, Doctor.

I have a patient in
311... Mr. Shorofsky.

You should notify your
superiors. He's gone.

Oh, I'm so sorry.

Did everything we could,
but he slipped away.

No pain. He went very quickly.

I'll call Dr. Stanley.

Wait 15 or 20 minutes. All his
family's in there with him now.

Of course, Doctor.

He just slipped
away very quietly.

Probably for the best.

I thought so for sure.

♪♪ [Jazz]

[Girl] Whoo! Yeah!



All right! All right!

[Whooping Continues]

[Boy] Whoo-hoo! Whoo-hoo!

♪♪ [Stops]


Well, there's really only one
presentation left, and that's...

I would like to
take part, please.

You want to do something
in the show, Mrs. Berg?

Yes, if I may.

Well, of course, Mrs. Berg.

I believe one could say...

that this is in the nature
of a dramatic reading.

When Mr. Shorofsky was injured,

one of the things the
police found on the floor...

was a letter he had written.

He wrote it to me.

I would like to
share it with you.

"Dear Mrs. Berg,

"We have reached that
time of the school year...

"when tempers get short
and voices are raised in anger.

"Some say this is because
this is a school for artists...

"and that we are different.

"This is not true.

"There is art and
creativity in any task...

"that is done with love.

"If a file is kept with
love and not despair,

"then the person
who keeps that file...

"is worthy of our respect
and our compassion.

"I denied you both those
things with my anger,

"and I humbly beg
your forgiveness.

"I am among the
most fortunate of men...

"to be able to do what I
love with those whom I love.

"You are an important
part of a world...

"I never wish to change.

"Please accept my apology.

Your devoted friend,
Benjamin Shorofsky."

Someone get the
diabetics out of this room...

before it is too late.

Mr. Shorofsky!
[Excited Chattering]

Mr. Shorofsky.

Well, you got here late.

But at least you got here
in time to see the last act.

And it's pretty
hot too. It's me.

- Let's go, baby!
- All right, Bruno!

♪♪ [Samba]

♪ Every day is a great day ♪

♪ At carnival ♪

♪ Little girls and little boys ♪

♪ Are having fun ♪

♪ There will be
dancing in the streets ♪

♪ Ain't no tellin'
who you'll meet ♪

♪ Every day is a great day ♪

♪ For carnival ♪

♪ Every day is a great day ♪

♪ For carnival, yeah ♪

♪ So come on, everybody ♪

♪ Have some fun ♪

♪ And if you stay
a little while ♪

♪ You'll be dancing in style ♪

♪ Every day is a great day ♪

♪ For carnival ♪

♪♪ [Trilling]

Up! Samba!

♪ And everybody
will stand high ♪

♪ As the carnival
is passing by ♪

♪ Every day is a great day ♪

♪ For carnival ♪

♪ There will be
dancing in the streets ♪

♪ Ain't no tellin'
who you'll meet ♪

♪ Every day is a great day ♪

♪ For carnival ♪

♪ Every day is a great day ♪

♪ For carnival ♪♪

Five, six, everybody samba!

♪♪ [Trilling]

[Boy] Lucy!

♪ Carnival, carnival ♪

♪ Carnival, carnival ♪

♪ Every day is a great day ♪

♪ For carnival ♪

♪ So come on, everybody ♪

♪ Have some fun ♪

♪ And if you stay
a little while ♪

♪ You'll be dancing in style ♪

♪ Every day ♪

♪ Is a great day ♪

♪ For carnival ♪

♪ Great day for carnival ♪♪

[Whistle Blows] Carnival!

♪♪ [Disco]

♪ Fame ♪

♪ Fame ♪

♪ Fame ♪

♪ Remember, remember
Remember, remember ♪

♪ Remember, remember
Remember, remember ♪

♪ Fame ♪♪