What the Pool Boy Saw
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What the Pool Boy Saw is a risqué short film made by the residents of Springfield Retirement Castle and submitted to the Springfield Film Festival. It was directed and filmed by Abraham Simpson and starred Jasper Beardsley as the pool boy and Alice Glick as the lady of the house.
In the first scene, Abe, directing the film while running an old-style hand-cranked camera, cued the actors: "What the Pool Boy Saw, take one!"
Mrs. Glick said suggestively to Jasper, "Well, Pool Boy, how'd you like to scrub the algae off my bottom?" Then she ripped her dress open and took it off, revealing an old-fashioned bathing suit underneath.
Jasper replied, "Oooh, I'm hip to your pitch, Hot Mama", and tore his own shirt off, revealing a tank-top style undershirt. Then, breaking character, he said, "Now what do we do?"
Mrs. Glick and Jasper then looked to Abe for direction, but Abe had fallen asleep leaning on the camera.
Behind the Laughter
- The filming of What the Pool Boy Saw happens in a deleted scene on the Season 6 DVD boxset.
- The title is possibly a reference to the early softcore mutoscope reel What the Butler Saw.
Springfield Film Festival
|Bright Lights, Beef Jerky • A Burns for All Seasons • The Eternal Struggle • Four Funerals and a Wedding • Man Getting Hit by Football • Moe Better Booze • Pukahontas • Untitled Moses film • What the Pool Boy Saw|