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"Lake Winnipesaukee... how do you spell that?" "W-O-woof... make it Lake Erie. I got an uncle there." - Moe & Curly (NO CENSUS, NO FEELING, 1940)

Stooge Routines

The Team Stooge members have cataloged 326 different routines that the Stooges used more than once in their feature films and short subjects. In the list below, you will find descriptions of the routines and the episodes where the Stooges used them. Click on the routine name to show or hide the description and list of episodes.

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Wake up and go to sleep!
Walking down the wrong side of the hallway
Water seltzer fight
Water-spitting fish/duck
We need the eggs
We''re Trapped Like Rats!
What comes after one?
What does your watch say?
What''d he say?
Wheel falling on Moe''s foot
When I want your advice, I''ll ask for it...What is it?
Where were you born?
Which one?
Who came in?
Who''s smokin''?

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