Pasta joke trilogy

My girlfriend refused to believe a spaghetti bike could work. You should’ve seen her face when I rode pasta.

Things took a turn for the worse when I was fired from my job at the pasta factory. Fusilli mistakes.

To top it all off, my girlfriend said she couldn’t stand me touching pasta ...

Have you heard about the next book in the trilogy Divergent?

I heard its called Detergent, a dishsoapian novel.

Who called it Spider-Man trilogy and not..

A web series.

Since its may the 4th, I decided to watch the classic Star Wars trilogy with my girlfriend.

First time she ever saw Chewbacca, and she thought he was an Ewok... ... ...

Classic wookie mistake.

(Oldie, but never gets olde)

Do you know what trilogy people don’t want to see completed?

The World War Trilogy.

What do you call an Eel which loves the new Star Wars trilogy?

A More-Rey Eel

Full House is becoming a trilogy

Danny Tanner was the focus of Full House.
D.J. Tanner is the focus of Fuller House.
Aunt Becky will be spending time in the Big House.

Heard they are making the Tetris movie into a trilogy...

They must think its going to be a real blockbuster.

The 2018 STAR WARS movie isn't part of a trilogy...

...it's a Solo film

How did Bilbo survive the entire Lord of the Rings trilogy?

Because old Hobbits die hard...

Why was 6 afraid of 7

Because 7 was the start of a horrible trilogy

I had I dream I wrote The Hobbit, and Lord of the Rings trilogy.

I was Tolkien in my sleep.

WW3 is inevitable

Every great series is at least a trilogy.

What DO you do with a drunken sailor?

Make a Disney Trilogy featuring an evil Scottish octopus and rake in the money

Hand. Hand. River. Dirt. Gollum. Hobbits. Pockets. Pockets. Finger. Envelope. Fire. Hand. Neck. Neck. Finger. Hobbits. Neck. Neck. Neck. Pocket. Finger. LAVA.

- The Lord of the Rings Trilogy, from the perspective of the ring

My friend said "Women directors have never had major success with a live action film"

So I said, "Nonsense! Just look at the Matrix trilogy."

Just finished the 5th book...

In the 'Learning to count' trilogy

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