George and His wife Hazel are watching T.V. until there is an interruption.
After George leaves the room to get a drink, a man appears on the T.V. and the regularly scheduled ballerina dance, interrupts to show an image of Hazel, and George's son Harrison that escaped from prison, he finds a ballerina.
Oh no it's soo sad
What's so sad?
Then, Harrison dances with the ballerina without either of their handicaps on and the Handicapper General arrives with a 10 gage shot gun.
The Handicapper General arrives puts some slugs in their chest, and they are murdered in cold blood on T.V.
George comes back to the room with a drink and he wonders why Hazel is upset and crying and she forgot.
on·o·mat·o·poe·ia ˌänəˌmadəˈpēə,ˌänəˌmädəˈpēə/ noun the formation of a word from a sound associated with what is named (e.g., cuckoo, sizzle ). the use of onomatopoeia for rhetorical effect.