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Dear Luke, We Need to Talk, Darth: And Other Pop Culture Correspondences Paperback – June 10, 2014
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“Dear Luke, We Need to Talk. Darth ranks among the finest collections of nonsense ever assembled. For those seeking hilarity in short bursts of pop culture inanity, this book is for you.” —Michael Ian Black
This book of brilliant parodies, riffs and flights of pop culture fantasy shows why John Moe has so quickly risen to become the second funniest man in public radio.—Peter Sagal, host, NPR's Wait Wait, Don't Tell Me
“This book made me laugh while learning, which is the best kind of funny. Knowledge that comes from a laugh is so much better than coughing that comes from a laugh.”
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This is a fun book that looks at pop culture phenomena with a slightly skewed point of view. Way fun!
I advise anybody who is into pop culture references to buy this book. If you need a small gift for a friend who is feeling down, again buy this book. It will cheer your friend up (I hope).
Please note: This would have been a six-star review, but I was forced to deduct one star due to a frankly disappointing lack of boat explosions. However, for a fuller six-star experience, you can get a sixth star back by buying this at your local independent bookseller instead of this fine Web retailer.
Listen, it's weird, it's bizarre, it's full of brief bits of hilarity. It's generally just a few pages riffing on one pop culture subject after another, and they're great.
Truly, this book is a boat explosion of comedy.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
This book started off pretty well. I laughed quite a bit at the Bon Jovi letter, and chuckled at the Jaws one. Read morePublished 16 days ago by M. Adams
Some of the quips are funnier than others but there were also some unexpected comedic gold to be found!Published 1 month ago by froggerway
On the one hand, John Moe's book is filled with so many pop culture references that it's surprising it hasn't been written already. Read morePublished 5 months ago by Michael J. Tresca
Thought it was funny but grew tired. Not the authors fault. This was something I took a chance on. Just not my kind of book.Published 14 months ago by Amazon Customer
I was excited when this book arrived, because I've been waiting to read it for about two weeks now. Something about the creepy "A" from Pretty Little Liars-style black... Read morePublished 15 months ago by Meg
Not nearly as funny as I had expected. I got bored very quickly. I ended up sending it someone from my book club.Published 19 months ago by S. Draper