Culinary improvisation

Elton John has the reputation of writing his songs in very short periods of time. Richard E Grant puts him to the test. Quite fun.

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The original YouTube video has now been removed, but you can still see the clip here.

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This is probably at least partly staged, but I don’t think it’s a complete set-up.

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This is cute. But come on, Quentin. You can do this too! I’ve got a Safeway coupon on the kitchen desk that entitles me to purchase 24 cans of Swanson’s chicken broth at today’s advertised price of sixty cents a can. Want to give that one a try?
I think you’re souper. XOXOXOXOX CD

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April 22nd, 2007 at 1:35 am
This is cute. But come on, Quentin. You can do this too! I’ve got a Safeway coupon on the kitchen desk that entitles me to purchase 24 cans of Swanson’s chicken broth at today’s advertised price of sixty cents a can. Want to give that one a try?
I think you’re souper. XOXOXOXOX CD

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