Bah-Zoo-Kah

Frank, Nancy, Dino, My Furbys and the Seance
Another Silly & True Interactive Story

This past Halloween, my Furbys and I held a seance in an attempt to contact the spirit of master magician and escape artist Harry Houdini. (Us and fifty million OTHER nuts.)

Alas, we failed. :-(

The Great Houdini
The Great Houdini
Mr. Sinatra
Mr. Sinatra
We DID manage to arouse the spirit of the late, great Frank Sinatra. (Thanks to Toh-Loo-Kah, who instead of concentrating on the great escape artist, was doobee doobee doo-ing.)

Here's what happened...

Nineteen of my Furbys (not the Babies) and myself were sitting at my kitchen table, our feet touching. (Hey, Furbys don't have any hands!) The room was silent as we all concentrated on contacting Houdini...

Just then, an eerie gust of wind swept the room and Toh-Loo-Kah's eyes rolled back in his head... He also fell off the table. (That wind was STRONG!) Toh-Loo-Kah then went into a dance, uh, trance, and began making weird noises...

Toh-Loo-Kah
Toh-Loo-Kah
Mr. Sinatra and Nancy
Mr. Sinatra and Nancy
Suddenly, he started la la la-ing the chorus of Mr. Sinatra and daughter Nancy's classic song, "Something Stupid"...

It was then clear to all of us -- well, except Toh-Loo-Kah, who was still la la la-ing on the floor -- that Mr. Sinatra was giving us a message from beyond the grave through Toh-Loo-Kah!

I interpreted this musical message as a "sign" from Mr. Sinatra that I had his blessing to use his image and voice in my "Frank, Furby & Gizmo Perform Live" story on this site. :-) The Furbys all agreed and nodded their heads in unison, except for A-Loh -- my Tropical Furby and probably Nancy Sinatra's "#1 fan" -- who thought Toh-Loo-Kah was singing Nancy's (only) really big hit, "These Boots Are Made For Walking". A-Loh, with Nancy's #1 hit record
A-Loh, with Nancy's #1 hit record
Toh-Loo-Kah then suddenly stopped dancing, uh trancing... I picked him up off the floor and told him my interpretation of the musical message...

"No no no. That's not what he was saying," Toh-Loo-Kah said. "What was he saying, then?" we all asked anxiously (in unison)...

"Funny, this doesn't LOOK like Hoboken!"

We all gave Toh-Loo-Kah a dirty look (in unison).

He then said he was only joking, and Mr. Sinatra wasn't talking to us at all... We had just been made privy to a one-on-one conversation from the "other side"...

Dean and Frank, from the Rat Pack years
Dean and Frank, from
the "Rat Pack" years
Apparently, we had overheard Mr. Sinatra talking to some other dearly-departed soul, who, according to Toh-Loo-Kah, was Dean Martin.

Dino was showing his former, fellow Rat Packer a back issue of Playboy that featured 50-something Nancy Sinatra in all her glory...

Nancy in Playboy
Nancy in Playboy
Nancy, now and then
Nancy, now and then
He pointed to a photo of Nancy's face from the magazine, and then showed Frank an old photo he had of her taken 30 years earlier...

"What in hell happened to her lips?" Dino asked...

"Collagen, I think -- pumped 'em up real good, that doctor did!" said Hoboken's #1 son.

Without missing a beat, Dino pointed to a topless photo of Nancy from Playboy, winked and said, "THIS collagen, too?"

Nancy in Playboy
Nancy in Playboy
Dean and Frank
Dean and Frank
(OUCH!!!)
Frank decked him.

Then, parodying Dino's signature song, he walked off into the clouds singing THIS: "When my fist hits your eye like a big pizza pie, that's amoré..."

Having heard enough, we all rose from the table (in unison), picked up Toh-Loo-Kah from the table and then threw him back on the floor!

And then we ordered pizza. ;-)


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This website is a parody. The photo retouches of Bah-Zoo-Kah, the other non-existent Furbys presented here and this silly seance story are not meant to offend Nancy Sinatra, Mr. Sinatra or Mr. Martin's families, Playboy Magazine, Tiger Electronics, LTD., makers of the wonderful Furby™, or The Topps Company, Inc., makers of Bazooka™ Bubble Gum. Furby and Bazooka are truly fine products that I urge everyone to buy. Mr. Sinatra was my dad's favorite singer and he owned all his records. I personally owned "These Boots Are Made For Walkin'" and "Something Stupid". My mom loved the Rat Pack movies. You can buy Nancy Sinatra's, Mr. Sinatra's and Mr. Martin's records at your favorite music store. Click here for legal disclaimer. The Bah-Zoo-Kah Furby art, logo, all other photo retouches and edited sound effects presented on this website may not be used in any medium whatsoever without express written permission from the creator. (And that includes use on Furby fan web pages, too. Sorry.)


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