Given how much of a family industry this ``Peter Pan'' is and how well the McCoy/Rigby team seems to know its audience, it was rather jaw-dropping that Tom McCoy would use his precurtain welcome at Saturday's opening night - when the audience contained many children - to make off-color
jokes about sex on the road and Viagra.
It can help manage recycle inventory, reshade off-color
batches, and reduce concentrate and pigment costs.
We'll let you guess why Selma Blair's character, Caprice, carries the nickname Ursula Udders, and we'll direct you to off-color
dictionaries to look up the definition of ``bears,'' ``sploshing,'' ``plate jobs'' or ``Roman showers.
Several are installed in Europe to separate off-color
pellets, and SEA's CR 400 model is in commercial use sorting PVC from wire chop and color-sorting PET flakes.
Matthews out-perkys even Donna Reed and is game enough to survive a musical number that requires her to wear a giant shrub, and withstand a bevy of off-color
IF California's autumnal recall politics are weird, this may be the single most bizarre aspect: After weeks of scrutiny and many repetitions of his off-color
remarks about women, muscleman actor Arnold Schwarzenegger apparently has managed to eliminate the gender gap that normally dogs Republicans in California.
Durning often does straight-man duty, but lobs in a few zingers and off-color
gags of his own.
Honestly, the plot serves to string together a bunch of over-the-top set pieces that director Susan Stroman and a cheerfully off-color
design team milk for every ounce of laughter they can muster.
He entertained visitors, including coach Phil Jackson, with his usual brand of off-color