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RiffTrax Presents a New Short from Bridget and Mary Jo

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8 Replies to “RiffTrax Presents a New Short from Bridget and Mary Jo”

  1. mst3kme
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    This short is the follow up to “What Mary Jo Wanted.”

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  2. DarkGrandmaofDeath
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    That Mary Jo is ridiculously cute.

    So is the little girl.

    Can’t get enough of these shorts, or of the Teen movies. More, please!

       12 likes

  3. mst3kme
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    DarkGrandma:

    The next book in the series is “Mary Jo’s Grandmother.” (The author is Janice May Udry.)

    However, I didn’t find whether there had been a short film adaptation of it, as well.

    DarkGrandmaofDeath:
    That Mary Jo is ridiculously cute.

    So is the little girl.

    Can’t get enough of these shorts, or of the Teen movies.More, please!

       3 likes

  4. jay
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    Would it be too personal to mention that Mary Jo looked really different in her youth?

       9 likes

  5. Yeti of Great Danger
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    mst3kme:
    DarkGrandma:

    The next book in the series is “Mary Jo’s Grandmother.” (The author is Janice May Udry.)

    However, I didn’t find whether there had been a short film adaptation of it, as well.

    Hmmm, checking Wikipedia, I don’t see “Mary Jo’s Grandmother” listed for the author, but I breathlessly await the Rifftrax version of her book Let’s Be Enemies, which was illustrated by Maurice Sendak.

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  6. mst3kme
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    Yeti:

    Check Amazon or Google.

    Yeti of Great Danger: Hmmm, checking Wikipedia, I don’t see “Mary Jo’s Grandmother” listed for the author, but I breathlessly await the Rifftrax version of her book Let’s Be Enemies, which was illustrated by Maurice Sendak.

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  7. touches no one's life, then leaves
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    That guy is so almost Sherman Helmsley…

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  8. littleaimishboy
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    touches no one’s life, then leaves:
    That guy is so almost Sherman Hemsley…

    Sort of like if Ben Murphy were Sherman Hemsley.

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