You may know Mark Hamill as Luke Skywalker and Annie Potts as Janine Melnetz, but both managed to make a film together that was ten times more important than Star Wars and Ghostbusters combined: Corvette Summer. Sure, it only grossed around $15 million and almost no one living has seen it, but the story of a teen traveling the countryside with a prostitute-in-training in order to recapture his class project — a Corvette Stingray — in Las Vegas captures the nature of man better than anything else recorded on celluloid. Obviously, this is only a slight reimagning of Pucini's Madame Butterfly. But as great as this story is, it's no match for Tylinol's story of love and woe from the QOTD today, which asked what Wes should do with a Corvette ZR1.
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