History Awesome / TVTrash

29th Nov '16 12:16:48 PM FromtheWordsofBR
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* For his 1,000 subscriber special, he decides to review a show that has been consistently requested by fans for a loooong time: ''WesternAnimation/SpongeBobSquarePants''. Despite having not grown up with the show (he was in college when it debuted in 1999), he gives a relatively unbiased look at it, explaining why people feel the modern episodes don't work as well as the post-movie episodes. Regarding how the show is possibly one of the most-reviewed pieces of animation ever on the internet and how people say those looking too much into the show are taking it seriously, he concludes the review stating that it is perfectly fine for people like WebVideo/TheMysteriousMrEnter and WebVideo/TheCartoonHero to feel that kids deserve better entertainment than what is being produced nowadays on both the show and on TV in general.

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* For his 1,000 subscriber special, he decides to review a show that has been consistently requested by fans for a loooong time: ''WesternAnimation/SpongeBobSquarePants''. Despite having not grown up with the show (he was in college when it debuted in 1999), he gives a relatively unbiased look at it, explaining why people feel the modern episodes don't work as well as the post-movie episodes. Regarding how the show is possibly one of the most-reviewed pieces of animation ever on the internet and how people say those looking too much into the show are taking it seriously, he concludes the review stating that it is perfectly fine for people like WebVideo/TheMysteriousMrEnter and WebVideo/TheCartoonHero to feel that kids deserve better entertainment than what is being produced nowadays on both the show and on TV in general. He also states that although he hasn't followed the network for a while, it is a really bad thing if people consider Nickelodeon's NetworkDecay to be even worse than that of Cartoon Network.
29th Nov '16 12:14:39 PM FromtheWordsofBR
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* For his 1,000 subscriber special, he decides to review a show that has been consistently requested by fans for a loooong time: ''WesternAnimation/SpongeBobSquarePants''. Despite having not grown up with the show (he was in college when it debuted in 1999), he gives a relatively unbiased look at it, explaining why people feel the modern episodes don't work as well as the post-movie episodes. Regarding how the show is possibly one of the most-reviewed pieces of animation ever on the internet and how people say those looking too much into the show are taking it seriously, he concludes the review stating that it is perfectly fine for people like WebVideo/TheMysteriousMrEnter and WebVideo/TheCartoonHero to feel that kids deserve better entertainment than what is being produced nowadays on both the show and on TV in general.
** He also goes into why an episode like "One Coarse Meal" doesn't work in a way other reviewers haven't touched yet--kids under 10 watching the episode are expected to have seen or even binged episodes like season 1's "Plankton!" to believe that he really is that evil even though [[VillainDecay he grows less so during the post-movie episodes]], and that isn't a good thing because parents don't expect them to watch TV shows in that sort of way.
28th Oct '16 1:46:46 PM nombretomado
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* Back in his list of the 10 Stupidest Characters, when he listed Gilligan from ''GilligansIsland'' at the Number 5 spot, he sang his reasoning all to the tune of the Gilligan's Island theme. Also doubles as a FunnyMoment.

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* Back in his list of the 10 Stupidest Characters, when he listed Gilligan from ''GilligansIsland'' ''Series/GilligansIsland'' at the Number 5 spot, he sang his reasoning all to the tune of the Gilligan's Island theme. Also doubles as a FunnyMoment.
22nd Oct '16 11:44:33 AM Ferot_Dreadnaught
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* His review of the TV adaptation of ''BillAndTedsExcellentAdventure'' is a long tirade against executive meddling, going as far as to state that nobody on the production staff [[TheyJustDidntCare put ANY effort into it]]. He even dug up a clip of Alex Winter admitting the show was crap.

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* His review of the TV adaptation of ''BillAndTedsExcellentAdventure'' is a long tirade against executive meddling, going as far as to state that nobody on the production staff [[TheyJustDidntCare put ANY effort into it]].it. He even dug up a clip of Alex Winter admitting the show was crap.
22nd Oct '16 11:36:38 AM Ferot_Dreadnaught
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** And then, there was his summary of the show at the end, essentially saying that, despite the cheesy effects and acting in ''PowerRangers'' and ''BigBadBeetleborgs'', that there was actual effort and emotion involved, and the characters were sympathetic. On the other hand, [[TheyJustDidntCare he ultimately states that nobody put any effort into]] ''MaskedRider'' at all.

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** And then, there was his summary of the show at the end, essentially saying that, despite the cheesy effects and acting in ''PowerRangers'' and ''BigBadBeetleborgs'', that there was actual effort and emotion involved, and the characters were sympathetic. On the other hand, [[TheyJustDidntCare he ultimately states that nobody put any effort into]] into ''MaskedRider'' at all.
30th Aug '16 12:30:07 AM rushguy1
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* Rowdy's review of ''WesternAnimation/AngelaAnaconda'' concentrates on the rivalry between the show's unlikable protagonist and her just-as-unlikable antagonists. He shows that Angela's vindictiveness and mean-spirited personality is no better than her rival's snobbish elitism, and ultimately shows how pointless it is to have Angela obsessing over getting back at someone who's just as bad as she is. He even brings up [[WesternAnimation/KimPossible Bonnie Rockwaller]], [[Series/LizzieMcGuire Kim Sanders]], [[Franchise/HarryPotter Draco Malfoy]], and [[ComicStrip/{{Peanuts}} Lucy Van Pelt]] as examples of how a rivalry angle can be done right, with both sides having redeeming qualities and well-defined traits at the end of the day.

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* Rowdy's review of ''WesternAnimation/AngelaAnaconda'' concentrates on the rivalry between the show's unlikable protagonist and her just-as-unlikable antagonists. He shows that Angela's vindictiveness and mean-spirited personality is no better than her rival's snobbish elitism, and ultimately shows how pointless it is to have Angela obsessing over getting back at someone who's just as bad as she is. He even brings up [[WesternAnimation/KimPossible Bonnie Rockwaller]], [[Series/LizzieMcGuire Kim Sanders]], [[Franchise/HarryPotter Draco Malfoy]], and [[ComicStrip/{{Peanuts}} Lucy Van Pelt]] as examples of how a rivalry angle can be done right, with both sides having redeeming qualities and well-defined traits at the end of the day. Rowdy sums it up:
-->'''Rowdy''': All we have in this show is a bunch of douchebag antagonists that shove in our faces that they ''are'' douchebags, with a protagonist that does nothing but obsess about them and complain about everyone being out to get her. That doesn't make you likable--just trust me on that one!
30th Aug '16 12:22:53 AM rushguy1
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* Rowdy's review of ''WesternAnimation/AngelaAnaconda'' concentrates on the rivalry between the show's unlikable protagonist and her just-as-unlikable antagonists. He shows that Angela's vindictiveness and mean-spirited personality is no better than her rival's snobbish elitism, and ultimately shows how pointless it is to have Angela obsessing over getting back at someone who's just as bad as she is. He even brings up [[WesternAnimation/KimPossible Bonnie Rockwaller]], [[Series/LizzieMcGuire Kim Sanders]], [[Franchise/HarryPotter Draco Malfoy]], and [[ComicStrip/{{Peanuts}} Lucy Van Pelt]] as examples of how a rivalry angle can be done right, with both sides having redeeming qualities and well-defined traits at the end of the day.
21st Jun '16 12:18:42 PM Morgenthaler
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* Chris watches as the main character of ''FangFace'' is manipulated from Human to Werewolf at will by his friends, and Chris deduces that the friends are taking advantage of the main characters curse to do their dirty work. "These kids are assholes!"

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* Chris watches as the main character of ''FangFace'' ''WesternAnimation/FangFace'' is manipulated from Human to Werewolf at will by his friends, and Chris deduces that the friends are taking advantage of the main characters curse to do their dirty work. "These kids are assholes!"
1st Feb '16 6:27:37 PM vexer
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* In his review of the infamous and short-lived XFL football league(created by ''VinceMcMahon''), he calls out sports leagues(particularly the NFL) for being hypocrites by attacking the XFL, yet later adopting many of the same things that league was criticized for with no hint of self-awareness. He also defends the XFL, saying that even though he's not surprised that it failed, it still had some good ideas(the skycam, which the NFL itself would later use) and didn't deserve to get as critically thrashed as it did.
17th Jan '16 11:52:32 AM nombretomado
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* He actually apologizes (in-universe) for a line-crossing joke during the ''LawAndOrderSVU'' episode "Closure", noting how serious rape is.

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* He actually apologizes (in-universe) for a line-crossing joke during the ''LawAndOrderSVU'' ''Series/LawAndOrderSpecialVictimsUnit'' episode "Closure", noting how serious rape is.
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