I suppose if I was trapped on an island . . .
What's amazing, however, is my utter familiarity with Godfather jokes from Zootopia's Mr. Big to Robin Hood: Men in Tights' Dom Deluise to Ballykissangel's horse saddle in the bed (rather than the head).
But I have no interest in mafia stories. I have less interest in The Godfather. And I only know about Al Capone from reading Bill Bryson's 1927.
And yet, I fall out of my chair laughing at Dom Deluise.
Is Marlon Brando truly that pervasive? Is our culture that inculculated with Godfather imagery?
Or is it that watching a man pull cotton balls out his mouth would be funny no matter what?