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Top 4 Campus Comedies

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Top 4 Campus Comedies

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The super screenwriting duo of Karen McCullah Lutz and Kirsten Smith tag-team on this month's sorority comedy, The House Bunny. Here, their fave college capers:


1. ANIMAL HOUSE: "Reinvigorated the Greek system during the '70s, when most people were too stoned to pledge."

2. REAL GENIUS: "Val Kilmer does his own hunky take on nerd-dom, complete with fantastic hair."

3. PCU: "A cult gem that pokes fun at the over-the-top political correctness of the early '90s. Also, excellent use of Jeremy Piven and the word phallus."

4. REVENGE OF THE NERDS: "It made people want to go Greek—even though the guys in Beta looked to be well into their 30s."

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