Happy 30th Birthday, “Clue”!


We hope you’ve enjoyed our first Ensemble Flashback this week in celebration of the 30th Anniversary of Clue!

In case you missed anything, meet the team that’s been recapping the performances this past week! Thank you Jeff, Kelsey, Katherine, Nick, Jordan, and Maddie for your enthusiasm and fun insights! I had no idea what I was doing here, but we were determined to enjoy ourselves (and I’m so grateful). The soup’s delicious isn’t it?

I hope to have another Ensemble Flashback in the spring for you all to enjoy! Any suggestions?


Top 10 Overlooked “Funniest Screenplays”

Earlier in the week, the Writer’s Guild of America tickled our collective list addiction and dropped their “101 Funniest Screenplays.” If you haven’t taken a look, here you go. Annie Hall took the top spot and a good deal of flack for not being seen as an uproarious laughfest. Though it’s among my all-time favorites, being called “Best Comedy Screenplay” would have been more appropriate than “Funniest”. But don’t forget how strong the jokes are:

Check out some of the surprising omissions after the jump:

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