I am a maiden, cold and stately.
I think I am sufficiently decayed.
I am the very model of a modern Major-General.
I am a Pirate King!
I am the monarch of the sea, the ruler of the Queen's Navee.
I am the Captain of the Pinafore, and a right good captain, too.
I am right, and you are right, and all is right as right can be.
I am in reasonable health, and happy to meet you all once more.
I'm a genuine philanthropist — all other kinds are sham.
I am a little boy of five!
I am a courtier grave and serious, who is about to kiss your hand.
I am an orphan boy.
I am a very deaf old man, and hear you very badly.
Last night on the Late Show, Jason Segel played show-and-tell with what he calls his “new favorite possession of all time,” — a framed comment card from an early screening of his new Muppet movie. The flick was played for test audiences of both adults and children, and the producers received one comment card that really stood out. When asked what he didn’t like about the movie, a seven-year-old boy responded with a bluntly honest answer: “Gary’s face.” Gary, of course, is the name of Jason Segel’s character in the movie.