Jack, eating rotten cheese, did say, Like Samson I my thousands slay; I vow, quoth Roger, so you do, And with the self-same weapon too.
Pop Culture References
"Hallelujah" by Leonard Cohen If you've seen "Shrek," you've heard Rufus Wainwright's version of this song, which mentions how a lover "tied you to a kitchen chair / She broke your throne and cut your hair / And from your lips she drew a hallelujah" Also check out the bazillions of covers that other artists have done through the years. Any of them would make an excellent addition to the Judges soundtrack, if you ask us.
"Simpson and Delilah" This episode, in which Homer grows—and subsequently loses—long, luxuriant hair, was voted one of the best in Simpsons history.
"Butter in a Lordly Dish" by Agatha Christie This murder mystery radio program, first played in the 1940s, is about a Jael copycat who murders an attorney with a hammer and nail (the title refers to a line about Jael from the Song of Deborah).