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Still feeling like he's "dragging an anchor around" in the wake of Davy Jones' surprising death on Wednesday from a دل attack in Florida, Monkees bandmate Peter Tork says any continuation of the group "doesn't seem very likely, does it?" But he isn't ruling it out entirely, either.



"It's not absolutely impossible," Tork tells Billboard.com. "The Monkees have gone out as a threesome for most of the past 20-some years. But there are no plans, no discussion. This is way too early to begin to think about that." Tork adds that "certainly if there's some kind of کنسرٹ in his honor, I think we...
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 A Connecticut Yankee going to court
A Connecticut Yankee going to court
From the interview at the end of “Fairy Tale:”

Producer: What do آپ think Christian’s reaction’s gonna be?
Davy: The same as a Jew, I suppose.
*Peter chuckles*
Micky: That didn’t make any sense at all.
Davy: ‘Course, it did. “What would a Christian’s reaction be?”
*Micky roars with laughter*

I don’t always like religious jokes, but this one’s hilarious, especially with Micky’s delayed reaction. And I was just like he was at first- I was like, “huh???”

I wish we could’ve seen Mike’s reaction, since the original سوال was about his son. But I do like Peter’s response,...
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I heard someone say once (I don’t remember who it was) that the Monkees were ridiculously one-dimensional. They were just a bunch of nuts who could sing. Well, I’ll admit that when I was a kid, most of the appeal of the دکھائیں was that they were basically like living Looney Tunes. But as I grew up, I came to realize that the characters were much deeper and much مزید realistic than I ever gave them credit for. They’re like a family. They love and care for each other, and they’ll do almost anything to keep the group together and happy.

Mike is definitely the big brother of the group. He’s...
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