Cherry Poppins and Watson Yourmind celebrate after Cherry finally gets her childhood crush Watson to rescue her from a lifetime of solitude during the Hasty Pudding Theatricals show.
Vishnu Werehere, played by Jonathan K. Stevens ’14, finally finds true love again as he helps to disrobe a sexy new lady in his life.
David Kersen '14 belts out tunes on the alto saxophone while The Hasty Pudding Band and The Hasty Pudding Tech Crew jam out behind him on the stage of "Kashmir If You Can" after the show.
Vishnu Werehere, played by Jonathan Stevens '14, finally finds true love again as he helps to disrobe a sexy new lady in his life.
Tilda Cowscomehome's cows suggestively straddle their whitewashed fence in the epilogue to the main show.
"His mojo's back!" Hindi god Vishnu Werehere busts out his moves. His magical powers return to him after he witnesses true love and is inspired to believe in it once more.
"You've really popped the question/You're my sensation/And such a lucky guy/And now let's have a bloody celebration/And maybe for dessert we'll have my cherry pie/You really popped it good." Cherry Poppins and Watson Yourmind celebrate after Cherry finally gets her childhood crush Watson to rescue her from a lifetime of solitude.
In the number "The Udder Truth", Tilda Cowscomehome, played by Kyle Dancewicz '11, begs her beloved cow, "Bjorn, helpen oosen getten oot of dissen mess, pleasen be our guiden to dee greaten Vishnu yes?...If you don't be helpen oosen this, I promise you Imma turnin' you into a Svedish meatball zen I mount your face up on my mantle und I tie your udder to your hoossell glut!" When Bjorn agrees, the others rejoice, "Show us Bjorn, be our guy, just don't give us E. Coli!"
Cherry Poppins, played by Brandon J. Ortiz '12, charmfully addresses the audience after the curtain accidentally closes behind her.
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