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  1. Craig says:

    I’m not sure what’s stranger, that there have only been ten versions of P&P or that so many of them were just television versions:

    Pride & Prejudice (2005)
    Bride & Prejudice: The Bollywood Musical (2004)
    Pride and Prejudice: A Latter-Day Comedy (2003)
    Pride and Prejudice (1995) (TV)
    Pride and Prejudice (1980) (TV)
    Pride and Prejudice (1967) (TV)
    Pride and Prejudice (1958) (TV)
    Pride and Prejudice (1952) (TV)
    Pride and Prejudice (1940)
    Pride and Prejudice (1938) (TV)

    Weird. Of course, I think “Les Miserables” (19 times) might be among the most over-remade projects.

  2. Miss Hass says:

    Don’t tell anyone, but I was briefly thinking about going to see the new version of Pride & Prejudice. But then I remembered how much I HATE THE A&E VERSION. And why would I subject myself to such tortures? So I think I can have that respect back.

  3. Dad says:

    HR Puff N Stuff watching is not a pleasure, it is pure torture.

  4. Chris says:

    craig: That’s what I’ve been saying all along, 35343 different Versions…

    Hass: Common, you can tell the dirty secret, you went and saw the show….

    Dad: HR Puf-n-Stuf is the best show. Ever.

    Besides Land of the Lost.

    Everyone after me

    Marshal, Wil and Holly on a routine expadition, encountered the greatest earthquake ever known… High and the rapids, the tiny ship was tossed and tumbled down a thousand feet below (ahhhhhh) to the land, of the Lost.. ( Lost, Lost Lost)

  5. Miss Hass says:

    Nope. I didn’t see it and I won’t be going to see it. Nope.

  6. Chris says:

    Denile is not just a river in egypt….

  7. Miss Hass says:

    Did I forget to mention that I live in Egypt? Right on Denial.

  8. Craig says:

    Marshall, Will, and Holly
    On a routine expedition
    Met the greatest earthquake ever known.
    High on the rapids
    It struck their tiny raft.
    And plunged them down a thousand feet below.

    To the Land of the Lost.
    To the Land of the Lost.
    To the Land of the Lost.

    I still can’t figure out how any expedition can be routine. Unless it’s a Ford Expedition.

  9. Chris says:

    Ok, so I mudged some of the words.

    Routine Expedition: Going looking for Ancient Ruins

    Non-Routine Expedition: Looking For Big Foot.

  10. sherp says:

    hmm. i see everything these days as a dig on Arrested Development. Poor Arrested (i can tie everything to arrested too–hmm, i might have a problem)

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