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Famous Talking Dog



Two scouts run in front of the campfire. One Scout introduces himself as the owner of the World Famous Talking Dog. Second Scout puts up his hands in paw like fashion and makes small barking noises and scuffles his feet like a dog might do.

First Scouts says: Now, World Famous Talking Dog, what grows on the side of trees?

World Famous Talking Dog: Bark! Bark!

First Scout says: Now, World Famous Talking dog, what is the top of a house called?

World Famous Talking Dog: Roof! Roof!

A third Scout runs in and says to First Scout: "That's ridiculous! That's not a talking dog! He's just saying what any dog says!" Third Scout chases First Scout off into the woods offstage.

World Famous Talking Dog, looks at the audience, and says: "What was wrong with those answers?!".

Groans from audience. End of Skit.


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