NORTHERN EXPOSURE: Adam, the Gatekeeper's Riddle. Just one of the countless reasons I adored this show. This scene, like so many in the series, shows the depth of cultural cross-referencing employed by its intelligent writers. It borrows from Arthurian legend, Monty Python, Kafka's The Trial, Tolkien, and The Wizard of Oz. (KevinR@Ky)
The big 'piano-flinging' finale to "Burning Down the House" (1992), one of the great episodes of one of my all-time favorite shows: Northern Exposure ... KBHR's Chris learns: "it's not what you fling, it's the fling itself!"