Walk-ons, Short Skits and One Liners
The style of a walk-on is simple. A walk-on
should in general be pre-arranged with the person
who is supposed to be up there talking. If it is not
pre-arranged it can be more of a practical joke.
While the leader is talking, a Scout walks on stage
doing or saying something. The leader responds
accordingly, usually in an exasperated way, and
the scout then says the groaner punch line.
A seriesof Run-ons
1) The first person calls from out of sight "Hey
Fred, look! I'm in the top of a 100 foot tall tree."
The second person: "But Joe, we don't have any
100 foot tall trees in camp. First person: "Oh
noooo....", screams as he is falling.
2) 1st person: "Excuse me, but is that the sun or
2nd person: "I don't know. I'm new to these parts
3) Two boys playing quick draw:
1st boy: "My Scoutmaster (Cubmaster etc.) can
shoot a gun faster than any man in the West."
2nd boy: "Really?" What do they call your
1st boy: "Toeless Joe."
4) 1st boy: "I heard you had an accident on your
2nd boy: "No but I did get bitten by a rattlesnake."
1st boy: "You don't call that an accident?"
2nd boy: "Heck no, he did that on purpose."
5) DRAG: Have two boys drag a third boy across
the stage. The third boy says: "What a drag!"
6) Big Chief: Bring in 10 scalps, kill 5 buffalo bare
handed and go into desert without water for a
moon. Then I will pronounce you Big Brave. You
understand? Indian Brave: Yes. What do I do to
get pronounced Little Brave.
7) A boy walks across stage carrying a car door.
He is asked why he is carrying the car door. The
boy answers so that he can roll down the window
when it gets hot.
8) The scene is a courtroom scene with one
person as the judge. A person walks through the
court carrying a sign or a skunk stuffed animal.
The judge watching says: "Odor in the court! Odor
in the court!"
9) The three boys are in a line facing the audience.
Second Boy in Line: This story begins with "Once
upon a time"
First Boy: Hey, wait a minute, I'm the