Stella - Stella Cheer

  • Season 8 , Ep 22
  • 05/13/2004
  • Views: 5,459

DO YOU GUYS WANT TO HEARTHE OFFICIAL STELLA CHEER?

[CHEERS AND APPLAUSE]

I CAN'T HEAR YOU!

[CHEERS AND APPLAUSE CONTINUE]

>> NO, NO, NO, YOU GUY'S.

HE CAN'T HEAR YOU.

HE HAS ANINNER EAR DISORDER.

>> I CAN'T HEAR YOU.

I'M REALLY SCAREDRIGHT NOW.

>> WAIT.

MICHAEL, I CAN FIX YOU.

>> I'M FIXED.

>> THANK GOD.

>> THAT'S GREAT.

>> KEEP GOING.

>> ALL RIGHT, YOU GUY'S.

HERE'S THE OFFICIALSTELLA CHEER.

AND YOU'LL KNOWWHEN TO JOIN IN.

IT GOES LIKE THIS.

♪ STAND UP AND CHEER ♪ FOR STELLA

♪ STAND UP AND CHEER TODAY >> ♪ CHEER, CHEER, CHEER

♪ FOR STELLA ♪ STAND UP AND CHEER TODAY

>> WHEN I SAY "STELLA",YOU SAY "CHEER."

STELLA.

Audience: CHEER.

>> STELLA.

Audience: CHEER.

WHEN I SAY "PARTY",YOU SAY "BEER."

PARTY.

Audience: BEER.

>> PARTY.

Audience: BEER.

>> WHEN I SAY "BAGEL",YOU SAY "SHMEAR."

BAGEL.

Audience: SHMEAR.

>> BAGEL.

Audience: SHMEAR.

>> WHEN I SAY "UNCOOKED",YOU SAY "REAR."

UNCOOKED.

Audience: REAR.

>> UNCOOKED.

Audience: REAR.

>> WHEN I SAY "KING",YOU SAY "LEAR."

KING.

Audience: LEAR.

>> KING.

Audience: LEAR.

>> WAIT, MIKE.

STOP, STOP, STOP.

WAIT, YOU GUY--YOU GUYS, STOP.

>> WHAT'S THE MATTER?

>> STOP, STOP, STOP, STOP.

I WANNA GO BACKTO WHAT YOU SAID.

>> OH, WHAT?

>> WHEN I SAY "UNCOOKED"-->> WHEN I SAY "UNCOOKED",

YOU SAY "REAR."

UNCOOKED.

Audience: REAR.

>> UNCOOKED.

Audience: REAR.

>> WHEN YOU SAY "PANTYHOSE",YOU SAY "SHEER."

>> WAIT, STOP, STOP, STOP.

HEY, AD ROCK, AD ROCK, STOP.

IT SHOULD BE "RARE."

WHEN I SAY "UNCOOKED",YOU SAY "RARE."

>> OH WELL, THE NEW ENGLANDPRONUNCIATION WOULD BE

"YOU'D HAVE A STEAK THAT'SCOOKED 'REAR'."

THEY WOULD SAY THAT INNEW ENGLAND.

>> THAT'S THE NEW ENGLANDPRONUNCIATION?

>> YES, IT IS.

>> YEAH, I DON'T THINK THAT'STRUE, DAVID.

>> YEAH, HERE.

I CAN DEMONSTRATE.

WE'LL DO, LIKE, A LITTLEROLE-PLAY AND YOU'LL SEE WHAT

I MEAN.

MIKE, I WANT YOU TO PLAY THEPART OF A GUY FROM

MASSACHUSETTS.

OKAY, WHO'S GONNA GO INTO ARESTAURANT AND ORDER A STEAK

"RARE", BUT IN THE NEW ENGLANDACCENT.

OKAY?

DO YOU GET IT?

>> YEAH.

>> OKAY.

AND MIKE, YOU PLAY THE PART OFTHE WAITER TAKING HIS ORDER,

OKAY?

>> IS THAT A GOOD PART?

[LAUGHTER]>> YEAH, IT'S A GOOD PART.

SO, NOW WHAT-->> JUST BECAUSE-- AND I'M NOT

TRYING TO BE DIFFICULT ABOUTTHIS OR ANYTHING.

BUT I JUST FEEL LIKE IF THAT'STHE BETTER PART...

[LAUGHTER]

>> WHAT?

I-->> NO.

I'M-- JUST--I SHOULD PROBABLY DO IT, JUST--

>> WHY?

I DON'T--[LAUGHTER]

>> 'CAUSE I'M ON ED.

[LAUGHTER, CHEERS & APPLAUSE]

>> YOU KNOW WHAT THOUGH?

THIS WOULD BE GOOD FOR YOU.

>> THANK YOU.

>> I WANT YOU TO DO IT.

>> THANKS, MIKE.

>> ARE WE SETTLED?

>> YEAH.

>> OKAY.

SO NOW, IF WE CAN JUST CHANGETHE LIGHTS TO MAKE IT LOOK LIKE

A NICE NEW ENGLAND RESTAURANTAND THIS'LL BE THE CHAIR.

YOU'LL COME AND SIT DOWN.

AND I TAKE YOU NOW TO ANEW ENGLAND RESTAURANT.

[LAUGHTER][SHIVERING NOISES]

[LAUGHTER]

>> GOOD EVENING, SIR.

WELCOME TO THE NEW ENGLANDRESTAURANT.

[LAUGHTER]>> YES, WELL.

IT'S AS GOOD A PLACE AS ANY.

[LAUGHTER AND APPLAUSE]THERE'S QUITE A STORM BREWING

OUTSIDE THE N'OREASTER,DON'T YOU KNOW?

>> YES.

WELL, HERE IS OUR MENU.

>> THANK YOU.

[LAUGHTER]

DO YOU KNOW WHAT YOU'D LIKE?

>> YES.

I'LL HAVE THE CHICKEN CUTLET...

>> HOLD, HOLD.

WAIT, STOP, STOP.

YOU NEED TO ORDER A STEAK.

KEEP GOING.

KEEP GOING.

>> OH NO, THE STEAK'S THEFARTHEST THING FROM MY MIND.

[LAUGHTER]>> YOU DON'T UNDERSTAND.

THE WHOLE REASON WE SET UP THISWHOLE SCENE IS SO YOU CAN ORDER

THE STEAK SO WE CAN HEAR YOU SAYTHE WORD "REAR."

>> OH.

THIS IS GONNA BE AWKWARD.

SEE, DAVID, MY CHARACTER DOESN'TEAT RED MEAT.

>> OH, COME ON, MICHAEL!

>> NO, DAVID, NO.

YOU ASKED ME TO COME UP WITHA CHARACTER FROM NEW ENGLAND,

AND THAT'S EXACTLY WHAT I DID.

HIS NAME IS RICHARD.

HE'S FROM FRAMINGHAM.

>> WELL, RICHARD CAN ORDER ASTEAK!

>> NO, HE CAN'T, DAVID,'CAUSE HE'S VEGAN!

>> HE JUST ORDERED A CHICKENCUTLET!

>> YEAH, BECAUSE HE'S FLAWED.

[LAUGHTER AND APPLAUSE]

I MEAN, DAVID, THAT'S WHAT

ATTRACTED ME TO THE CHARACTERIN THE FIRST PLACE,

HIS CONTRADICTIONS.

>> YOU KNOW WHAT, MICHAEL,YOU'RE FIRED.

YOU ARE FIRED.

>> NO.

I QUIT.

>> WHATEVER.

I CAN DO THIS.

IT'S VERY SIMPLE.

I'LL BE THE CUSTOMER.

YOU'RE THE WAITER.

TAKE MY ORDER.

ASK ME WHAT I WANT.

>> OH.

DAVID, YOU'RE NOT IN MY SECTION.

>> OH, COME ON, MICHAEL.

>> NO, WE SPLIT TIPS HERE,DAVID.

>> WOULD YOU PLEASE, PLEASEJUST DO THIS?

>> FINE, FINE.

WHAT WOULD YOU LIKE TO EAT?

>> OH, I'LL HAVE A STEAK.

NOW ASK ME HOW I WANT IT COOKED.

>> HOW WOULD YOU LIKE IT COOKED?

>> I'LL HAVE IT COOKED REAR.

DO YOU SEE?

DO YOU SEE NOW?

>> DAVID, YOU SOUND LIKE A GAYAUSTRALIAN FROG.

[LAUGHTER AND APPLAUSE]>> FINE, WHATEVER.

WHY DON'T WE JUST FINISH THECHEER?

>> FINE.

>> OKAY.

WHEN I SAY "JOHN",YOU SAY "DEERE."

JOHN.

Audience: DEERE.

>> JOHN.

Audience: DEERE.

Stella In Unison:LAWN MOWERS.

[CHEERS AND APPLAUSE]

Loading...