Some of my favorite Characters for being funny are...
Lola ("The Screaming Hairy Armadillo" Armadillo Amigos): She is probably one of the most hysterical characters in a Patch Adventure yet! Hearing her Scream and say "Oh, so sorry." It makes me laugh my head off.
Christopher Columbus (Great American Time Machine): "With a Pizza Parlor on every corner!" So many good quotes from him, I could probably quote all of what he says! He's just a very funny guy.
Ferlin Frog & Cooter Turtle (Misterslippi River Race and Calliope Caper): They're like the Abbot and Costello of Patch the Pirate. The polar opposites, but with perfect chemistry. I love their song "Floatin' down the Misterslippi" and "Big Toe!" I also love in Calliope Caper when Ferlin is talking really fast, it cracks me up!
Vidalia (Polecats Poison): The classy southern woman with bad breath, what a paradox! I especially love the part where she breaths in Polecat Jacks face and makes him pass out. She is a very funny character.
Some characters that touched my heart...
George Washington (Great American Time Machine): What an inspiring character! Not eating until his men ate, getting down on his knees in the snow to pray...such an example.
Mr. Missionary (Patch the Pirate Goes to the Jungle): Living in the Jungle away from everybody with a church that's missing a roof, continuing to do work for the Lord. Praying and trusting in God that he would send help, not taking the treasure that the crocodile was sitting on because it wasn't his. What an example of faith! I only hope that when I'm in ministry I will be that faithful to the Lord work!
Some of my favorite songs are...
Trust in the Lord, Rejoice in the Lord, Sail On, Bow the Knee, I was made to praise the Lord, Love the Lord, Peace Be Still, Praise Song, Do Right, Great and Marvelous, Bring Forth Fruit, Mountain Moving Faith, Listen for the Trumpet, Lord Bless Our Home, Yours Forever, Cherish the Moment, I Do My Part, Open Our Eyes...and many many more!
I hope none of you are ever too old to enjoy Patch adventures. We can all take a lesson from them, no matter what our age!