Lit 101 Class in Three Lines or Less (although, grammatically, shouldn't it be "Fewer"?):
1984Ben Joseph also wrote Film School in Three Lines or Less (Fewer):
WINSTON: Don't tell the Party, but sex is way better than totalitarianism.
EVERYONE: Surprise! We're the Party.
WINSTON: Oh, rats.
The Philadelphia StoryThis website also brought me to a Sex and the City mock fanfiction: Sex and the City and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull. The writer, Jill Morris, really nails the tone and characters of the overrated show. "I had to wonder: Was it all just a myth? Or could a New York woman really ever have it all: work, love, and a skull given to us from an alien planet?"
CARY GRANT: Sex in the 1940s took place entirely in the form of witty banter.
KATHARINE HEPBURN: Indubitably.
And, oh my gods, Lacanian jokes. Be still, my beating heart.
Q: What makes a Lacanian joke funny?Finally, someone who really understands the genius of Yogi Berra. "If the world was perfect, then it wouldn't be." Meditate on that.
A: Its signifier by its very nature anticipates meaning, unfolding its dimension before it.