Easter Eggs!

Sharon Lathan

Sharon Lathan is the best-selling author of The Darcy Saga, a ten-volume sequel series to Jane Austen’s Pride & Prejudice.

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Ninja Elizabeth

there is the appearance of Rapunzel and Eugene in Frozen..
and well not appearing in a movie or tv show but a comic book, the origin of what appears is from a tv show.

There is a Jem and the Holograms episode called “Broadway Magic” written by Marv Wolfman. Marv is also writter of a comic book called “The New Teen Titians” There is an issue where the character Raven is walking the streets of NYC. Behind her in one panel is a theater marquee. It reads “Broadway Magic starring Jerrica Benton” Jerrica Benton is the alter ego of Jem


I love Easter eggs – both the colored kind and the movie kind. I’d seen the Phantom Menace and the Back to the Future III ones before. Mel Brooks is also known for playing a role/cameos in his own films. Pride and Prejudice: A Latter Day Comedy (2003 movie starting Kam Heskin and Orlando Seale as Lizzy and Darcy. It’s P&P set around a Utah college campus with the girls being friends/roommates) has all kinds of semi hidden references to the book. The Lord of the Rongs trilogy has some truly great Easter eggs on the DVDs. My personal favorite is the one from Return of the King: Dominic Monaghan does a gag interview with Elijah Wood (Elijah can’t see the interviewers as it’s conference call interviews so Dom goes in and screws with him on one). If you haven’t seen it look it up as it’s hilarious! Some websites are also fond of Easter eggs. In college my friends and I loved following Strong Bad e-mails on Homestarrunner.com and there was at least one Easter egg at the end of almost every e-mail. Happy Easter everyone!

lois losh

They are Faberge!

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