1. Jeff Barton's "von Peanufkt"
from Pop'N'Fresh v. Mr. Peanut -- Very
bizzarre, makes me laugh every time I read it.
2. Marc Moskowitz's "Hindenburg" from John McClane v. Deathstar -- Hits the point home succinctly.
3. Hotbranch!'s "Ponch's Gleaming Smile" from Bandit v. CHiPs -- It mocks Estrada's smile, and yet it's *so* CHiPs.
4. Cliff's "Land Pirhana" from A Rottweiler v. A Rottweiler's weight in Chihuahuas -- I love it when others invent history as well.
5. Mike Chock's "Sexual Tension" from Scooby Doo v. X-Files -- Scooby Doo summed up in one paragraph.
6. Mark Wentz's "Seinfeld Script" from Iggy v. Kramer -- It coulda been a real episode if Jerry hadn't celled it quits.
7. Jeff Barton's "The Morning After" from Yeltsin v. Kennedy -- If this match were to actually happen, this is a likely outcome.
8. Mike Smith's "Empire Strikes Back II" from Orville Redenbacher v. Colonel Sanders -- Hey, I just liked it, OK?
9. DeVerne's "70's Aerodynamics" from The Six Million Dollar Man v. RoboCop -- Nothing like mocking both 70's fashion and Steve Austin in one fell swoop.
10. Nathan of Borg's "Foiled Again" in Pinky and The Brain v. Dogbert. -- Perhaps something in the scenario was overlooked a bit.
1. Mark Wentz's "Seinfeld Script"
from Iggy v. Kramer -- I think I saw this episode.
2. Jeff Barton's "The Morning After" from Yeltsin v. Kennedy -- Some vivid descriptions.
3. Hotbranch!'s "Ponch's Deadly Weapon" from Bandit v. CHiPs -- One of our first "great" responses.
4. Jeff Barton's "von Peanufkt" from Pop'N'Fresh v. Mr. Peanut -- Where did he get this?
5. Paul Golba's "Divine Intervention" from Bond v. Indy -- The horrific ramifications of an immortal James Bond had never occurred to me.
6. George Campbell's "Basic Training" from Alf v. ET -- The highest "humor density" of the bunch.
7. Dr. Dave's "The Truth About Alex" from Jeopardy -- The reason we have ROTWs.
8. JM Massi's "Fanboys" from Tarzan v. Aquaman -- That doesn't describe us. Really.
9. Thinkmaster General's "Surprise Guests" from Cinderella v. Snow White -- TG watches too much daytime TV.
10. Will's "The Simplest Answer" from Lucky v. Trix -- A simple response, yet irrefutable.
A few honorable mentions as well. These aren't Top 10 funny-wise, but they are very memorable: To Ernest Paik for drudging up some forgotten stuff in Steve v. Brian; To Eugenia for exposing our improvisation in Midas v. Grim (How did she know that?); To David Nelson for having fun with our server error in Ripley v. Connor; And to Isaac Sher's "Dilbert in Space" from McClane v. Death Star -- easily the most impressive response we ever received regarding length, intricacy, and overall quality. And the only one I know of that actually had its own cult following.
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