- 1 Synopsis
- 1.1 13 Reasons Why/130 Reasons Why
- 1.2 The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn/The Adventures of Huckleberry Fine
- 1.3 Old Yeller/Sold Yeller
- 1.4 Charlotte's Web/Charlotte's Wet
- 1.5 The Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe/The Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrone
- 1.6 50 Shades of Grey/50 Shades of Greg
- 1.7 Divergent/River Gent
What if your favorite books were one letter off?
13 Reasons Why/130 Reasons Why
Clay and Hannah open the box to find 130 tapes. Hannah decided to go to the cops.
The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn/The Adventures of Huckleberry Fine
Two women see Huckleberry Finn and say he is fine.
Old Yeller/Sold Yeller
Jim and Katie sell Old Yeller to a farmer. The farmer is concerned about Yeller's foamy mouth, so they say it's toothpaste, and the blood is red toothpaste. Jim and Katie take off and Old Yeller then attacks the farmer.
Charlotte's Web/Charlotte's Wet
Fern is walking towards Charlotte, and notices the writing in her web, reading, "Stuff me". She tells her dad Charlotte's being horny and calls her a naughty arachnid.
The Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe/The Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrone
Edmund and Susan step out of the wardrobe to find themselves in Narnia. They point out a lion, a witch, and a wardrone that attacks them. The severed head of a lion (presumably Aslan) lands in Edmund's hands. Disturbed at this, Edmund and Lucy go back in the wardrobe.
50 Shades of Grey/50 Shades of Greg
A lady in grey asks Greg why he's wearing 49 pairs of shades. Greg responds with, "So I don't have to see your stupid face." Kieth then tells the audience, "And... THERE'S the 50th shade!" as an audience laughs and the credits roll.
The segment turns into a movie trailer where a man is seen walking up to a river and says she is "flowing through." The man comes home to see Madeline angry at him for making out with the river and wants him to treat her the same way he treated the river. The man says, "The more time I spend with you, the more my life goes downstream." The narrator says it's a touching story of love, loss and a man who (definitely) had sex with a river. The narrator then makes river puns by saying the movie is "currently streaming on every channel." The man is then seen humping the river. This is, by far, the longest segment in the One Letter Off series.