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COMPETITION NO. 18: EASTER SUNDAY MATINEE. Please suggest a film or TV title for Easter Sunday. For example:
BONNET AND CLYDE
HERE COMES BUNNY BOO BOO
THE HUNT FOR RED EGGS
STRANGER THAN CRUCIFIXION
Enter in the comments below, or on Twitter with the hashtag #easterentertainment, by April 2.
RESULTS OF COMPETITION NO. 17: BIOGRAPHY IN A COUPLET, in which you were asked to capture a well-known life in two rhymed lines.
HONORABLE MENTION TO:
Ewww look at that guy, he's just so ick
Oh right, it's only Robin Thicke
Demonstrable talents of one Courtney Love:
Rocking out here on Earth, search and rescue above.
Miley Cyrus' endless twerking
Only proves her glutes are working.
Emily Dickinson hid at home,
Tweeting to us, poem after poem.
Christie had lofty presidential goals
But we all know for whom the bridge tolls.
Barry Bonds could have been a legend, but instead
As his homers inflated, so did his head.
Bill de Blasio is nobody's fool,
’Cause he didn't go to a charter school.
Scope out Vin Diesel, and what you'll have seen is
A walking and talking, muscular penis.
Pierre de Fermat was too aloof
To copy down his famous proof.
Lena Dunham: TV's heroine, or one if its pests?
It really depends on what you think of her breasts.
AND THE WINNER IS:
Paula Deen makes amends by trying to feed us
Although she is racist and has diabetes.