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“The Great Mouse Detective”
“Who cooked my cheese?”
“The Taco Bell Secret”
“Another Way Home” (HT, John)
“The Philistines’ Lament”]]>
First of all, you’re all winners.
Ruth: snappy, concise, and way to take advantage of the modern vernacular.
Jennifer: He did say Seuss, didn’t he?
Angie: Witty and rhyme-y as always, and I’m relieved to have your respect (Really! Eye-rolling and all!)
Tricia, yours made me chuckle.
Kimberly, somebody had to go there. Thank you for taking the dirty job.
Abigail maintains the time-honored tradition of taking the title from a line contained in the actual piece (this tradition was almost lost with the release of What About Bob?).
I’d like to thank my parents, and the Academy, and of cou– what? No, I’m not finished. Just a min– Hey, let go of my microphone! Well, no, technically I don’t own it, but don’t you thi– Get your hands off me! And turn off that music!
*drowned out by this year’s schmaltzy theme*
And too much Scrabble, Angie. But points for the rhyme!
Peter, as always, backs up the truck and dumps a load of creativity on us.
Though I am taken with “I smell a rat”, I really do think “He would have suffered less in a cosmetics lab” deserves the title. And the title. (Let’s see who will get that play on words).]]>
That Peter always shows me up. But it makes me respect him all the more. ::rolls eyes::]]>