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Re: Genre-crossover nightmares

 

How about making Inspector Morse just like Blackadder? Lewis would be Baldrick.

 

Or how about...

 

 

A porn version of Lord of the Rings

 

 

The part where Gandalf gets it on with Eowyn is the best part!

 

 

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Re: Genre-crossover nightmares

 

How about making Inspector Morse just like Blackadder? Lewis would be Baldrick.

 

Or how about...

 

 

A porn version of Lord of the Rings

 

 

The part where Gandalf gets it on with Eowyn is the best part!

 

This shows up on late night cable quite a bit:

 

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This shows up on late night cable quite a bit:

 

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I was going to mention this, but the sad fact that I actually knew about it slowed my response time.

 

Oh, how I yearn for the day when you can perform a global find-and-delete on your own brain, and then a defrag.

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Re: Genre-crossover nightmares

 

Jar Jar Pyle, USMC

 

or how about

 

The Three Ninjas

Starring: Jar Jar Binks, Gomer Pyle, and Mr. Bean

 

They look nothing like ninja!

 

Lucius Alexander

 

The palindromedary observes that that's exactly what a ninja should look like

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But in Space - noone can smell you fart!

 

That reminds me of the opening scene in The Trouble With Tribbles. Quoting from memory:

 

Kirk: Mr. Chekov, how far away are the Klingons?

Checkov: One parsec; close enough to smell them.

Spock: That is illogical, Mr. Checkov. Smell does not travel through space.

Chekov: Just a small attempt at humor.

Spock: Very small, Mr. Chekov.

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Re: Genre-crossover nightmares

 

Encyclopedia Dan Brown

 

Young genius solves crimes around town with a combination of deductive reasoning and obscure, if not esoteric, knowledge.

 

Unfortunately his efforts result in the arrest of innocent suspects because the reasoning is often flawed and much of the obscure knowledge is false if not absurd. This is obvious to the reader but not to any of the characters.

 

Lucius Alexander

 

The palindromedary can smell it from way over here

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