Mr. Legarm's Stand

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'''Mr. Legarm's Stand''' is a prop from the short musical play [[Dreamaway Johnny]]. The production can be seen in an [[Easter egg]] in [[part-time job]]. The prop has apparently been used in another play as [[Bubs]]'s [[Bubs' Concession Stand|actual concession stand]], though the nature of this play has never been revealed.
'''Mr. Legarm's Stand''' is a prop from the short musical play [[Dreamaway Johnny]]. The production can be seen in an [[Easter egg]] in [[part-time job]]. The prop has apparently been used in another play as [[Bubs]]'s [[Bubs' Concession Stand|actual concession stand]], though the nature of this play has never been revealed.
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The name "Mr. Legarm" might be a reference to Bubs's habit of overcharging his customers. In [[DNA Evidence]], he told Marzipan that an analysis of the DNA would cost her "an arm and a leg".
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The name "Mr. Legarm" might be a reference to Bubs's habit of [[Bubs's Shady Business Practices|overcharging his customers]]. In [[DNA Evidence]], he told [[Marzipan]] that an analysis of the [[DNA Evidence (running gag)|DNA]] would cost her "an [[Lack of Visible Arms|arm]] and a [[Lack of Visible Body Parts#Marzipan's Legs|leg]]".
== Appearances ==
== Appearances ==

Current revision as of 01:29, 30 January 2017

Mr. Legarm's Stand... or Bubs' Stand?

Mr. Legarm's Stand is a prop from the short musical play Dreamaway Johnny. The production can be seen in an Easter egg in part-time job. The prop has apparently been used in another play as Bubs's actual concession stand, though the nature of this play has never been revealed.

The name "Mr. Legarm" might be a reference to Bubs's habit of overcharging his customers. In DNA Evidence, he told Marzipan that an analysis of the DNA would cost her "an arm and a leg".

[edit] Appearances

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