Fun House, February 1980
I know, this is just what it says. They must be really dumb if they think the play is using real champagne.
Army/Navy Fun Parade, April 1953
I guess the male fantasy of the age difference between the mother and daughter being three years apart existed back in the fifties too.
Oh, never mind, it's a joke about breasts. It must have gone over my head because there are so few gag cartoons with double entendres. Especially ones about female anatomy.
Jem, June 1957
Maybe the old man thought the director was referring to him when he was talking about the donkey.
Stray comment: The director looks like he's older than the old man. He also looks like Groucho Marx in his final years.
Man, April 1966
Why would his mother not know she has a grandchild yet? And if it's a prostitute and not his fiancee, wouldn't she already have methods of birth control? And if she's already committing one illegal act, wouldn't it follow she would commit another (this was pre-Roe v Wade)?
Are these kids all related? And if so, wouldn't the parents go through this every day?
“Old fashioned” used ironically because it's caveman days? And as an aside, we can also see from the dinosaur bigger than a mountain that The Flintstones was not the first example of creationist propaganda.