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30 for Shitty: ?Last Play at Shea?
- Updated: April 28, 2010
"Paul Crowder and Jon Small?s ?Last Play at Shea? combines a history of the New York Mets with a history of one of their fans, Billy Joel, set to a soundtrack from Mr. Joel?s final performances at Shea Stadium."
This one tragically got the green light over the history of the Winnipeg Jets, set to the music and rise of Nickelback's Chad Kroeger. Amazingly, "Last Play at Shea" was not screened for critics.
You may now do the Triple Lindy into a pit of starved porcupines.
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