Scouts-L Mail Archive for August of 1999: Re: "Carnac the Magnificent" skit where?
Re: "Carnac the Magnificent" skit where?
Tue, 3 Aug 1999 17:15:45 -0500
>I recently came across a cub scout version of "Carnac The Magnificent"
>that was great! Now if I only remembered where.
I found it! It was printed out and laying on my desk (no cracks, ok).
It came from Circle 10 Council's Sept '99 section - "Hey, Look Us Over"
(which is online if you are interested - see the Pow-Wow links on my
I have included a copy of the skit for the list's enjoyment and
enhancement -- come on folks consider this a challenge. Come up with
some additional CUBNAC (or BOYNAC for Boy Scouts) questions and answers
and send them to me privately and I will compile the results and send
the final product to the list.
Preparation: The following answers and questions can be used in a
Cubnac presentation (based on the Johnny Carson "Carnac" routine.) A
Cub Scout dresses in a turban and cape and his assistant carries in
envelopes with questions inside. After Cubnac holds each envelope to
his forehead in order to "telepathically" come up with the answer (it
is written on the outside of each envelope), he states the answer out
loud, opens the envelope and reads the question. The boys can ham this
up as much as they want.
ANSWER: Dances with Wolves
QUESTION: What would you call a den leader who square dances with her
ANSWER: I Can Bear No More
QUESTION: What does a new Webelos Scout say?
QUESTION: What would you call Robert Cat if you were a close friend?
ANSWER: Bear, Aaron, and Wells Fargo
QUESTON: Name a rank, a Hank, and a bank.
QUESTION: What happens to patches on your uniform after washing?
ANSWER: Arrow of Light
QUESTION: What would you call 20 candles in a straight line?
ANSWER: Tiger Paws
QUESTION: What do you call a group of Tiger fathers?