1. Another obsession for fundamentalists (religious fanatics) to overanalyze, which they do with just about everything. Generally, it's a hit song by Don McLean which was a big smash in 1971. The lyrics refer to several events and pop culture phenominae during the time period from the late 40s to around 1970. AKA "The Day the Music Died", this tune refers to the plane crash deaths of Buddy Holly, Richard Valens, and The Big Bopper at the same time in the late 1950's. Played excessively by radio stations, it's considered to be a "classic", but then again, so is "You You -YOU" by Peter Frampton, "Paradise by the Dashboard Light" by Meat Loaf and "You Light Up My Life" by Debbie Booneand other shit. In 2000 Madonna released a cover of this tune, and it ain't that hot.
2. a series of "coming-of-age" sex-crazed-teens-just-gotta-get-laid movies from 1999 to the present that feature nothing in their plots that haven't been done before, except that one of the main male characters fucks an apple pie. How inspiring, NOT!
1. Miss American Pie took her Chevy to the levee. OK, now what comes next?
2. The American Pie movies are now a franchise like the National Lampoon series and are an example of how comedy flicks, as well as movies in general have pretty much declined in quality in the past 10 years or so.
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