I was watching it this morning because I'd made an allusion to it in the comments over in the "Althouse in Washington" post — which, not too surprisingly, no one seemed to get. It wasn't the stuff about William F. Buckley. That's just the thing that makes me laugh the most — and also I thought I might be able to encourage my Woody Allen-o-phobic right-wing readers to go ahead and watch the clip.
What? Did you go to a rock concert?... Was it heavy? Did it achieve total heavy-ocity?... Why don't you get the guy who took you to the rock concert, we'll call him and he can come over and kill the spider....IN THE COMMENTS: EDH not only identifies the allusion, he remembers this clip of me in "Annie Hall" mode:
What is this? What are you, since when do you read the "National Review"? What are you turning in to?... Why don't you get William F. Buckley to kill the spider?...
Are you going with a right-wing rock-and roll star? Is that possible?
My "where is the camera?" response is also like the lobster scene.