Tom, several years agoactor Christopher Reeve
had a horrible accidentand was paralyzed.
The irony, of course,was that the man
who played Supermancould no longer walk.
America watched in wonderas he managed
to move one of his fingers,then his arms, and now,
seen for the first timeon H-B-C, Christopher Reeve
is going to lift a truckup over his head.
OH, WHAT A FIGHTER.
THAT BRAVE,BRAVE MAN.
HE'S AN INSPIRATIONTO US ALL.
Tom, the ironyis even more irony-y,
as it appears the stem cellshave given Christopher Reeve
almost super-human strength.
HELLO, GENE,SO GOOD TO SEE YOU.
YOU'RE CURED, CHRIS.
IT'S TIME TO STOPUSING STEM CELLS.
STEM-CELL RESEARCHHAS MADE ME STRONGER
THAN I EVERTHOUGHT POSSIBLE !
WHY STOP NOW ?
Uh, Tom,apparently Gene Hackman,
the man who playedSuperman's enemy,
Lex Luthor in the movies,
has now shown upas a celebrity protester
of stem-cell research.
If that isn't ironic, Tom,I don't know what is.
THEY'RE AFFECTINGYOUR MIND, CHRIS.
IF YOU WON'TSTOP USING STEM CELLS,
THEN WE'LL STOP YOU.
STOP ME ?
STOP ME ? HA !
YOU WON'T STOP ME,HACK-MAN !
( cackling )
Tom, if irony were made ofstrawberries,
we'd all be drinking a lotof smoothies right now.
Super Human Irony
Christopher Reeve becomes mad with fetus power.