This week celebrities channeled their inner failed screenwriters and joined in on Twitter's "trending topic" of first-draft-movie-lines, in which people write silly versions of film's most famous lines. Click through to see them all, and don't forget to follow your favorite stars' Tweets every day on our Celebrifeed.
"frankly my dear, I'm only moderately interested" — "American Idol" runner-up Anoop Desai, giving Rhett Butler a dose of Gen Y blase
"I coulda had class. I coulda been a contender. Well… apparently THAT'S not gonna happen now!" — "Weird Al" Yankovic, sucking all of the sexy out of Marlon Brando in "On the Waterfront"
"Make sure I get paid adequately." — "Juno" screenwriter Diablo Cody putting her more-erudite, kinder and gentler spin on Cuba Gooding Jr.'s famous exclamation from "Jerry Maguire"
"I'd like to order the thing she ordered which gave her an orgasm." — "The Office" star Mindy Kaling, whose deadpan version of Rob Reiner's mother in "When Harry Met Sally" gave us inappropriate "church giggles"
"She's gone. She gave me a microfine ballpoint pen. I gave her my heart. She gave me a microfine ballpoint pen." — Comedian and star of Comedy Central's "Michael and Michael Have Issues" Michael Showalter, somehow making Lloyd Dobler of "Say Anything" even dopier
"Luke: 'I'll try…' Yoda: 'attaboy! Just give it your best shot. Trying is all anyone can do…' — Blink182 singer Mark Hoppus giving a "Barney"-style spin to the famously philosophical scene from "Empire Strikes Back"