We stayed overnight so we watched a few minutes of Bride and Prejudice, the Bollywood version, particularly a couple of the dancing scenes. What a mishmosh of cultures. Here we have a 19th century english aristocracy story with american and indian actors pop singing in English and much dancing on streets in India with various Indian cultural items and costumes. It was hilarious. I've got to see the whole thing some time.
I did notice on IMDB that among the various Pride and Prejudices there is Poultry and Prejudice:
In this social drama/satire, Tessa Darcy, a self-absorbed local beauty queen prepare to enter her chicken, Heidi, into the Birdsville County Fair.
And then there is Snide and Prejudice which seems to not be related at all:
At a mental institution, the resident physician, Dr Cohen, encourages his patients who believe they are important Nazi figures to act out their fantasies. The therapy sessions show Hitler consolidating his power by assembling his gang of supporters; however, they are interrupted at times, once because Davidson's uniform is at the dry cleaners, and another time because a patient who believes he is Picasso interrupts a session.