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"Alice's Adventures in Wonderland" (Literature)

"I followed the trust money. All the way down the rabbit hole."

Written in 1865 by Lewis Carroll, a clergyman and mathematician who almost certainly had a crippling dependence upon opiates, Alice's Adventures in Wonderland is a time-honored classic of children's literature. Several characters and scenarios from the tale have entered the lexicon, including "down the rabbit hole," referring to Alice's initial plunge into a mystical land of tiny cakes and vaguely disturbing tea parties. Veronica takes a similar journey into a mystical land of bastardized Hollywood offspring.

3.04 "Charlie Don't Surf"

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