October 25, 2001

                 The Top 9 Rejected DVD Features

 9. Phantom Menace: Hit Menu five times from the main page to see
    a short video of George Lucas laughing maniacally as he rolls
    naked in piles of money.

 8. Office Space: Eight-hour static shot of the inside of a

 7. Glitter: Bonus disk of Mariah Carey quietly playing with
    other arts and crafts supplies, including glue, yarn and
    painted macaroni.

 6. Working Girl: Pashto subtitles

 5. Hackers: A commentary track by a bunch of "3L33T D00DZ"
    pointing out all the hilarious inaccuracies.

 4. The Piano: Angle button offers multiple views of Harvey
    Keitel's fat naked body.

 3. Monty Python and the Holy Grail: Public Service Announcement
    showing what could happen to your social life if you keep
    quoting from this movie.

 2. Bridget Jones's Diary: Interactive device that allows you
    to create your own diary! Okay, it's just a piece of paper.

    and the Number 1 Rejected DVD Feature...

 1. Snow White and the Seven Dwarves: "Where Are They Now?"
    special, highlighting Dopey's failed run for the Wisconsin
    State Legislature, Grumpy's ill-fated marriage to Yoko Ono,
    and Doc's destructive battle with morphine addiction.

              [   Copyright 2001 by Chris White   ]
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Selected from 62 submissions from 17 contributors.
Today's Top 5 List authors are:
Jude Benlab, Swarthmore, PA   -- 1, 2, 7
Jeff Scherer, Brooklyn, NY    -- 3, 6
Douglas Jones, Santa Cruz, CA -- 4
Dawson Rambo, Santa Rosa, CA  -- 5, 8
Greg Preece, Toronto, ON      -- 9
Aimee Spanier, Oakland, CA    -- Topic
Eric Lipton, Washington, DC   -- Script Doctor

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