O Brother, Where Art Thou? (2000): the Governor Supports the Soggy Bottom Boys
The clip the governor supports the soggy bottom boys from O Brother, Where Art Thou? (2000) with Charles Durning, George Clooney Ladies and gentlemans, here and listening at home, the great state of Mississippi... Pappy O'Daniel, Governor wants to thank the Soggy Bottom Boys for that wonderful performance. And it looks like the only man in this great state who ain't a music lover is my esteemed opponent in the upcoming, Homer Stokes. There ain't no accounting for taste. Sounded to me like he was harbouring some kind of hateful grudge against the Soggy Bottom Boys on account of their rough and rowdy past. Looks like Homer Stokes is the kind of fellow who wants to cast the first stone. Well, I'm with you, folks. I'm a forgive-and-forget Christian, and I say if their rambunctiousness and misdemeanoring is behind them... It is, ain't it? Yes, sir, it is. Well, then, I say, by the power vested in me, these boys is hereby pardoned! And furthermore in the second Pappy O'Daniel administration, these boys is gonna be my brain trust! What's that mean, Everett? Well Delmar, it means you and me and Pete and Tommy are gonna be the power behind the throne, so to speak. Oh, OK. So, without further ado, and by way of endorsing my candidacy, the Soggy Bottom Boys is gonna lead us all in a chorus of "You Are My Sunshine". Ain't you, boys?
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