Pie in the sky
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Pie in the sky may refer to:
- Pie in the Sky (TV series), a UK television series about a retired police officer turned restaurateur
- Pie in the Sky (1980s TV series), a UK television series for children. 
- Pie in the Sky (1996 film), 1996 romantic-comedy starring Josh Charles and Anne Heche
- Pie in the Sky (game engine), a 3D video game engine and game creation system
- "Pie in the Sky", a song by The Supernaturals from the album It Doesn't Matter Anymore
- "Pie in the Sky", a song by Simon Townshend from the album Animal Soup
- A new method by the Pirate Bay to put their servers out of reach of the RIAA and MPAA
- A colloquialism for superior quadrantanopia, a visual field defect
- An idiom meaning an illusory hope or the vague promise of some future good
- The Preacher and the Slave, a song written by Joe Hill in 1911 (as a parody of the hymn "In the Sweet Bye and Bye"), in which he coined the phrase "pie in the sky"
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