One night in Castle Frankenstein

Dr. Lecter: “Hello, Clairice.”
Dr. Frankenstein: “Igor, fetch more corpses.”
Dr. Seuss: “Would you, could you, on a train?”
Dr. Lecter: “Seuss displays a deeply suppressed oral fixation, as evidenced by his train comments.”
Dr. Frankenstein: “More voltage. I must have more.”
Dr. Seuss: “Would you zap him with a bolt? Did you wake him with a jolt?”
Dr. Lecter: “His creation looks delicious.”
Dr. Frankenstein: “It is alive. Alive!”
Dr. Seuss: “And we were having such good fun. But now would be the time to run.”
Dr. Lecter: “What is it in itself? What is its nature?”
Dr. Frankenstein: “What can stop the determined heart and resolved will of man?”
Dr. Seuss: “Crazy in your voice I hear, time to get me out of here.”
Dr. Lecter: “Frank, just one more thing. Love your suit.”
Dr. Frankenstein: “Where’d that colorful cat in the hat go?”
Dr. Seuss: By train by plane. By goat by boat.
Dr. Lecter: “Why do you think he sews up their skins, Agent Starling?”

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Okay, so, less fun than I thought it would be. Sorry.

Fava beans and a nice Chianti

Write a post in which the protagonists of two different books or movies meet for the first time. How do they react to each other? Do they get along?


9 thoughts on “One night in Castle Frankenstein”

      1. Dr Phil is only ever mentioned for comedic effect. -_- As a psychologist I resent his impact on the feild. I was more imagining the sort of analytic comments Freud would make if the conversation were going on in front of him. But, then, he may just blame it on their mothers.

  1. Very cute story. I liked the way you introduced the characters, especially Dr. Seuss. I also like the conversation between Dr. Lecter and Dr. Frankenstein. Mine was not too long either. Looking at other responses, some wrote books on it. Chuckle. You can see mine at

    1. Romeo vs. Prince Charming. Have a pretty girl introduce them (and watch the fireworks).

      Of course, they might leave the pretty girl sitting alone while they go and get drinks together, too.

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