A princess wedding

“Disney recently announced a new line of wedding gowns inspired by Sleeping Beauty and Cinderella that sell for as much $2,900.” Laura M. Holson, The New York Times

Humor Formula

“Calvin and Hobbes is widely considered the best comic ever… Whenever it combined Calvin and Hobbes (both exceedingly cute), with some witty dialog (clever), a dangerous wagon ride (cruel), Calvin acting like a typical kid (recognizable), and thinking about adult philosophy (bizarre) it fired on 5-of-6 humor elements, which is virtually unheard of.” Dilbert creator Scott Adams, on the core elements of humor

Mission impossible

“So, Scientology, you may have won THIS battle, but the million-year war for earth has just begun! Temporarily anozinizing our episode will NOT stop us from keeping Thetans forever trapped in your pitiful man-bodies.” South Park creators Matt Stone and Trey Parker, in a statement to the Daily Variety

Fire sale

“Mr. Lucas, of Star Wars fame, needed to raise cash to settle the divorce and decided to sell a smallish piece of his Lucas Film empire. Steve Jobs was interested but deemed Lucas’ original asking price 30 million dollars, too high. Faced with the aforementioned need for liquidity, Lucas decided to let the company go at fire sale prices. Fire sale prices were exactly what Steve Jobs was looking for, so he traded ten million greenbacks for the company that would later be named Pixar.” Chris Seibold, Apple Matters

FCC Suit #1

“Gentlemen, we got 20 calls about the David Hyde-Pierce incident. And, as you know, one call equals a billion people, which means 20 billion people were offended by this. Needless to say, something must be done.” FCC Suit #1 in Family Guy’s “PTV” episode