'You Rang?' vs. Grover's Disco ABCs
It's Lurch's response vs. poor disco conditioning!
Grover's Disco ABCs
The case for 'You Rang?'
The Addams Family's faithful butler Lurch was supposed to be a non-speaking role, but the story has it that bass-voiced, six-foot-nine actor Ted Cassidy improvised a response to his summons (a bell-pull fashioned into a noose), and it was so delightful it changed the part. For a generation of viewers, just hearing the sound of a gong may trigger an automatic "You rang?"
The case for Grover's Disco ABCs
Grover just wants to be Tony Manero. He starts off strong, but perhaps all of the scenes in Saturday Night Fever where Tony does cardio to benefit his boogie were left on the cutting room floor. Regardless, I think Grover should probably have a stress test.