Innocent Innuendo: The idea behind Flat Games in “Leaky Roof”

Gosh Dang It to Heck!: Milton is a Christian, and he intentionally avoids using profanity in his comedy routines. Hurricane of Puns: Basically his entire career. It seems to have worked quite well. Messy Hair: Oh yes. If you see an interview of him WITHOUT the messy hair he instantly looks different. Obfuscating Stupidity: Don’t let the Cloud Cuckoo Lander stage persona fool you. He’s clearly switched on and aware of what’s happening whenever he performs. Older Than They Look: He was born on May 16th 1964, which makes him 52 as of 2016. He doesn’t look 52 (although he has aged noticably in the past few years). Pungeon Master: Very much so. Stealth Pun: For some of Milton’s gags, he’ll trail off before he gets to the punchline. What Do You Mean, It Wasn’t Made on Drugs?: With his appearance and tendencies to say random non sequiturs, I wouldn’t be surprised (See page quote)

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