- Apr 22, 2004
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Here's another of my Electric Company's Letterman episodes memories. "Here Comes the Fudge." We see the Spellbinder in a courtroom in front of a judge for his crimes of "Bad Spellings." The judge shouts, ORDER! and the Spellbinder goes, "I'll have a glass of prune juice." The judge tells SB to take the stand. SB rips the stand off the floor and starts to take it home with him. The judge shouts, "Stand on the stand, understand?!" SB tries to tell the judge that he's innocent, but the judge still declares him guilty. So SB changes the J in JUDGE into an F turning him into a block of FUDGE with eyes and glasses. SB laughs as he goes to the court's snack room and starts gobbling down pies. Then had another idea and magically creates an elephant with a sweet tusk to eat the poor fudge. But Letterman leaps out of the jury box and scares the elephant away with a POOF. Letterman removes the J from his sweater and turns the fudge back into a judge. The judge shouts, "HE'S GUILTY, GUILTY, GUILTY!" Letterman replies, "He certainly is, your honor, he certainly is!" The angry Spellbinder just throws a pie in Letterman's face.