My Mashups

The Telltale Tart: Martha Stewart investigates when a dead body is found by Poe's grave, and the coroner finds that the victim choked to death -- on a cherry tart!

 

The Girl with the Tatooine Dragon: The story of the girl Luke Skywalker left behind, and the dragon who saved her.

 

Pride and Prepositions: Lynne Truss is back!

 

Pudd'nhead Wilson's War:  Pudd'n head Wilson heads back to court, as Tom Sawyer takes on Huck Finn in the battle for America's Top Mark Twain Character.

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by on ‎02-20-2009 02:38 PM
These are great. I especially like "The Girl with the Tatooine Dragon"!

What about "The Empire Strikes Back to School", in which young Skywalker must learn the Jedi trade from the party-loving, extremely rich Yoda as played by Rodney Dangerfield.
by Moderator becke_davis on ‎02-20-2009 02:44 PM
That was my favorite, too. I tried to come up with more last night, but my brain wouldn't cooperate.

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