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Boats Against the Current: A GREAT GATSBY/ARRESTED DEVELOPMENT Mash-up

Two of the year’s most highly anticipated events are the The Great Gatsby movie and the return of Arrested Development. To fill the void until their release dates, let’s see what happens when the Great American Novel meets the Great American Family.

 

Great Gatsby Arrested Development Mash Up Boats

 

Great Gatsby Arrested Development Mash Up Father

 

Gatsby Arrested Development Mash up lucille

 

Great Gatsby Arrested Development Mash Up George Michael Maeby Banana Stand

 

Great Gatsby Arrested Development Mash Up Arm

 

Gatsby Arrested Development Mash up Tobias Blue

 

Gatsby Arrested Development Mash up Buster War

 

Gatsby Arrested Development Mash up slutshirt

 

Gatsby Arrested Development mash up hook hand

 

Great Gatsby Arrested Development Mash Up Drive

 

Gatsby Arrested Development Mash up murder your darlings

 

Great Gatsby Arrested Development Mash Up Charlize Theron

 

Great Gatsby Arrested Development Mash Up Fight

 

Great Gatsby Arrested Development Mash Up Gob

 

Gatsby Arrested Development Mash up sick and well

 

Great Gatsby Arrested Development Mash Up George Michael Maeby

 

Great Gatsby Arrested Development Mash Up Lucille Drinking

 

Great Gatsby Arrested Development Mash Up Motherboy

 

Great Gatsby Arrested Development Mash Up Mistake

 

Gatsby Arrested Development Mash up Funeral

 

Great Gatsby Arrested Development Mash Up Tobias Love

 

Gatsby Arrested Development Mash up lucille honest

 

Great Gatsby Arrested Development Mash Up Steve Holt

 

Gatsby Arrested Development Mash up wedding

 

Great Gatsby Arrested Development Mash Up Nevernude

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Minh is the author of Let Me Finish! a debut picture book that will be published by Disney-Hyperion in 2016. By day he works in early childhood policy and in 2010 helped design 826DC‘s Museum of Unnatural History (the only place you can both support youth creative writing and get your daily supply of unicorn tears). He also writes about children’s lit at Bottom Shelf Books and occasionally for the Huffington Post and others. Follow him on Twitter @bottomshelfbks.