D: I just want you to know that I forgive you.
G: You forgive me? Forgive me, for what?
D: All your offenses to me over the past year.
G: What offenses?
D: Give him the list, Butch.
B: Here you go, Mr. G.
G: You’ve gotta be kidding. Ten single-spaced, double-sided pages?
D: I ran out of paper.
G: I can’t believe this!
B: Number 86, Mr. G.
G: (86) Fails to see wrongdoing.
D: Correct! Butch, you can give him your list now.
G: No way! Butch has a list too?
B: Here, Mr. G.
G: Well, this is a lot better. One page, one item.
D: Butch is not easily offended.
G: Hey! It says only, “All your offenses to D.” You put him up to this, didn’t you?
D: No. He’s just very loyal and humble.
G: I think you two are ganging up on me. Tag team. Pile on.
B: That would be number 3, Mr. G.
G: (3) Ascribes evil motives to others.
D: Yeah, that’s one of your biggies. We’re talking HUGE. Mega-large.
G: I give up. White flag. My hands are in the air.
B: Sorry, Mr. G, but that’s number 2.
G: (2) Prone to despair. You two—out of here. Now. Out. Raus.
B: Number 1, Mr. G. (1) Short-tempered.
G: Out. Out. Out. Out. Out.
Links and Credits
Benjamin Calypso – 1999 Film: Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat | https://youtu.be/mIQa_fw5qW4
Joseph recognized by his brothers: By Léon Pierre Urbain Bourgeois [Public domain], via Wikimedia Commons: http://tinyurl.com/y96dvgzz