(1) The result was a wacky lampoon featuring dolls, newspapers, and rolls of tape.(2) Nothing destroys a lampoon faster than someone unwilling to take it seriously.(3) So I think you're still playing a fine line, but I am satirising him and the lampoon is this - here is a very hungry, publicity-seeking guy who will do anything for anybody given the opportunity.(4) Ted's first cartoon, a lampoon of the Lawrence of Arabia craze, appeared in the July 16, 1927, issue of the Saturday Evening Post.(5) Reid's ardent theme, ├ö├ç├┐Izzy and Lizzy,├ö├ç├û with the same bar pattern as ├ö├ç├┐Frankie and Johnnie,├ö├ç├û is a lampoon of the sordid nineteenth-century folk song.(6) does this sound like a lampoon of student life?(7) However, in many ways the film is more of a lampoon of Hollywood than current US policy.(8) This is probably the most nuanced, delicately expressed message of the film and it seems to be the one area where he doesn't go for the kneejerk answer or the easy lampoon .(9) His taunting of the king and a scurrilous lampoon of Charles II in front of the French ambassador helps to seal his fate.(10) America's Sweethearts is first and foremost a lampoon of today's Hollywood, and its targets are as diverse as the cast.(11) This is not simply a lampoon of the genius-architect; it is also an homage by the one-time architecture student.(12) As noted earlier, this ideologically confused lampoon seems unsure of its target.(13) So I was particularly impressed with John O'Farrell's lampoon of the new gambling laws in today's Guardian.(14) The story comes across as a lampoon of Hollywood, a sort of lame echo of Robert Altman's The Player.(15) My Big Fat Greek Wedding is more in the nature of an embrace and celebration of Greek culture than it is a lampoon .(16) Peter Rostovsky's third solo show at The Project was at once a lampoon of and homage to Romantic landscape painting.