Wallace & Grommit A Close Shave Easter Egg - Numerous Eggs in Wallace and Grommit (Any Episode)

Ewaffle again
Okay
In Response to Feathers pic in a close shave-
He also has writen a message in Grommits Jail Cell
(Grommit is Reading a book and the message is in the Bricks above his head)

Grommit's Literature-
Grommit Reads "The Republic" By PLUTO not PLATO

He reads a news paper witch has a headline "Dog Reads Paper"

The News paper Back cover story changes 5 times from Golden Boys Goalden Boys Golden Boyz and so on.

The Museum-
In Wrong Trousers, Wallace passes by a display case of Peguins. and Feathers Mcdraw also puts him self in the Museum Map.

The Picture-
The Same Picture of Wallace and Grommit is in each
Episode.

Grommit The Cat-
Okay so this isnt an egg but
Nick Park First thought of Wallace with a cat instead of a dog.

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Contributed By: Anonymous on 09-27-1999
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mike writes:
you might also notice that whilst in prison, gromit reads the book crime and pnishment by Fido Dogstoyevski
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pat writes:
Sorry to keep stirring things up on this site, but why do people think every joke in a computer game / TV programme is an egg. I mean, the "Dog reads Paper headline is a funny joke, but is it an egg? All egg submitters, ask yourselves this question before submitting! :)
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Lady Eboshi writes:
Also in the museum display case: the panther from "Creature Comforts," an earlier short film by Aardman Animation.
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Valkor writes:
In jail, Gromit also reads Crime and Punishment published by Penguin publishers. Feathers appears on the spine of the book.
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smegpants writes:
The spine of Crime and Punishment is not an egg. Penguin are a real publishing company in Britain.
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EsmeVH writes:
It may be true that Penguin is an actual publisher and that therefore questions its e-egg status, but it is still funny that they chose to use that particular one rather than Hodder & Stoughton which isn't funny at all; at least not as far as I'm aware. :-)
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Tony Gies writes:
This egg was posted before Triviastic existed.
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dogwoood writes:
Lighten up, pat. This is a site for having fun, not for scientific accuracy. And by the way - does anyone know if Creature Comforts is availble on DVD? I've been looking and I've come up very short! ~Cstorm
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Wallamanage writes:
I'd like to clear this publishing thing up. Over here in jolly England, there is a large book publisher called Penguin (with a children's version called puffin.) An awful lot of books here are published by them. Go to www.penguin.co.uk for more info on them. (Also, I've never heard of Hodder & Stoughton but I don't think it's as funny anyway)
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pasta writes:
i thought the eeggs were screand so if its on there must be a reson
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me_man1 writes:
I couldnt understand a word you wrote.
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teria writes:
When he's reading Crime and Punishment while in jail, the spine reads: 'Dog'stoevsky, a clever pun on 'Dostoevsky'.
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That last one could have gone in the 'Triviastic' archive. I've been there and the reason there's not much stuff there is because a lot of things that could go in get submitted to the eggs archive instead.
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