Homer Simpson can tell you all you really need to know about Don Quixote:
Homer: This is my quest. I’m like that guy. That Spanish guy.
You know, he fought the windmill… Marge: Don Quixote? Homer: No, that’s not it. What’s-his-name, the Man of La Mancha. Marge: Don Quixote. Homer: No! Marge: I really think that was the character’s name. Don Quixote. Homer: Fine! I’ll look it up! [heads off and consults a reference] Marge: [annoyed] Well, who was it? Homer: [quietly fuming] Nevermind.
I’m much more interested in his servant, Sancho Panza.
His boss is an idiot
but he gets a paycheck
and potentially an island, but that will probably never happen
like when someone promises you you’ll get a share of a company someday
if it’s ever publicly traded
like that, only the 1605 equivalent.
and Sancho doesn’t have much better to do
so he goes along with it
Has to follow his idiot boss around
while riding a little donkey
as Don Quixote runs around and tries to prove his little boy jerkoff dreams of heroism
Sancho, you just need to take some Fuckitall.
You can hear how annoyed he is when he’s talking to Don Quixote
it’s like that Dilbert, “I’m mocking you and you are too stupid to get it” style
He writes home to his wife
and is faithful to her while he follows his boss around and makes sure he doesn’t die.
He’s the practical one asking all the real questions, like “what are you doing?”
and “when am I getting paid?”
and “what are you doing?”
in the end, he’s just a working dude who can’t get a break
His last name indicates that he has a belly
so his body is likely not great.
Kind of passive, I was craving that moment when he just gets tired of it all
and quits and destroys everything
Office Space style
He’s funny and practical, but these two things never gave me an orgasm. Get a little more ambition and yell at your boss for attacking windmills, and then we’re in business. Rating: POTENTIALLY SEXXI.