Re: Leaders skit
Jim Speirs (speirs@MAIL.NORTH.NET)
Tue, 5 Sep 1995 18:35:36 -0400
>We are in need of a Leaders skit for a cub scout pack meeting. Any idea's
We tried this one at a pack campfire, and was, to say the least, a 'hit'.....
Props needed: one chair, one fishing pole, green garbage bag half filled
with crumpled paper.
The Scene set-up: Leader sits on chair, holding pole, making like he is
fishing. Another leader announces that the scene takes place on a frozen
lake. The sitting leader is obviously a successful fisherman, because look
at all of the fish that he has in his garbage bag.
First Leader: (Walks on) Wow! Look at all of the fish! What's your secret?
Fisherman mumbles a reply but doesn't open mouth... first leader says can't
while first leader is trying to get fisherman to say something, second
leader walks on, and goes through the 'Wow... What's your secret?'
routine.... Fisherman mumbles a reply, but still doesn't open mouth.
Continue this until all of the leaders are on stage, with all leaders
commenting on 'What's your secret?'.... Once all of the leaders are on
stage, everyone starts to get angry at fisherman for not replying in a way
that they can understand.., etc., etc.
Finally, fisherman cups hands under his mouth, and goes 'Patooee', and says
something like: 'Well, the secret to my success is that you have to keep the
Grossed the cubs out, but this skit has been done at every campfire since then.
Terry Howerton Sakima Group, Inc. SCOUTER Magazine Kansas City