|Characters: Some Cubs are dressed as parents and
seated at a table decorated as for a Blue and Gold banquet. One or
two Cub Scouts dressed as waiters - wearing an apron and carrying a towel
Narrator: It is the annual Blue & Gold banquet at Pack ___. Every year the Cub Scouts in Pack ___ serve as waiters and cook for their parents. The boys try very hard to do a good job, but every year a few things seem to go wrong. Let's see what is happening this year.
Parent#1: Excuse me, Johnny. Is this coffee or tea? It tastes like KEROSENE.
Cub waiter: Then its coffee. The TEA tastes like GASOLINE.
Parent #2: I hope you'll hurry and bring my food. I'm so hungry I could eat a HORSE.
Cub waiter: You've come to the right place! (Raise up plate with horse on it)
Parent #3: Why do you have your FINGERS on the top of my plate?
Cub waiter: (serving plate with his hand all over it) So it won't fall on the floor again!
Parent #4: Why are you STOMPING on my steak?
Cub waiter: (stomping something on floor) Because when you told me to bring you your food, you said to "STEP on it".
Parent #5: I'm afraid there is a fly in my soup.
Cub waiter: Oh, don't worry. There's NO extra charge.
Parent #5: There REALLY is a fly in my soup.
Cub waiter: What did you expect at a Blue and Gold banquet - a hummingbird?
Narrator: Ah, yes. Just another Blue and Gold banquet at Pack ___. Good eating everyone!!!