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Cowboy Bebop Characters - Minor Characters - Punch and Judy
... Panchi?) and Judy (ジュディ, Judi?) are the characters of the TV show Big Shot ... Big Shot gets canceled towards the end of the series, and Punch (lacking accent and costume) makes a brief cameo revealing his and Judy's fates Punch, whose real name is ... In the last episode of Big Shot, it appears that Judy was not informed of the show's cancellation and shoved Punch out of the way as she said into the camera that " will hear from agent ...
Big Shot's Funeral
... Big Shot's Funeral (Chinese 大腕 pinyin Dàwàn literally "Big Wrist", Mandarin colloquialism for "big shot") is a 2001 Chinese comedy film directed by Feng Xiaogang ...
Big Shot - Other
... Big Shot (amusement ride), an amusement ride on top of the Stratosphere Las Vegas tower Big Shot, a New Orleans-based soda brand by National Beverage subsidiary Winnsboro Beverage ...
C-Note (rapper) - Discography
... Third Coast Born- Lp (Big Shot Records1999) Third Coast Born 2000- Lp(Big Shot Records 2000) Third Coast Born 2000 (Screwed)- Lp (Big Shot Records 2000) Street Fame- Lp (Big ...
Tale Of A Dog - Plot
... Buckwheat finds his friend Big Shot Jones moping about the train yard it seems that Big Shot's father has ordered him to get rid of his dog ... Instead of taking the dog to the pound, Big Shot intends to have him stow away on a train to Alabama ... Buckwheat instead talks Big Shot into letting the gang adopt the dog, whom they name "Smallpox" (opting for a more unique name for the spotted dog than "Spot") ...

Famous quotes containing the words big shot, shot and/or big:

    The United States is a republic, and a republic is a state in which the people are the boss. That means us. And if the big shots in Washington don’t do like we vote, we don’t vote for them, by golly, no more.
    Willis Goldbeck (1900–1979)

    When they shot him down in the highway,
    Down like a dog in the highway,
    And he lay in his blood on the highway, with the bunch of lace at
    his throat.
    Alfred Noyes (1880–1958)

    I do esteem individual liberty above everything. What is a nation for, but to secure the maximum of liberty to every individual? What do you think a nation is?—a big business concern?
    —D.H. (David Herbert)