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21st Jul '17 1:59:02 PM fairygirl567
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** Tropers/{{fairygirl567}}: I freaking hate "Come Sale Away", not the ending, not the beginning, ALL. OF. IT. I don't hate a lot of episodes in tv shows, it'll take a lot to make me hate an episode, but this one actually did it! The beginning is boring because their having a garage sell and seeing who the winner will be so they can do a dumb victory dance, we have one joke where Leni actually tries to sell their garage because no one in the family thought to tell the dumb sister what a garage sell actually is. Anyways, Lincoln wants to win, but after realizing he's losing, he starts selling everything in the living room and after Lori calls him out on this, he plays it off like he's doing nothing wrong and so, instead of telling on him for you know, selling everything that's not supposed to be sold! They actually start doing the same thing so they can win a competition! And yeah I know it's a competiton, but that doesn't make it better! Then they think they sold Lilly's blanket, search all over town, and all get tricked by this old man into giving him all their garage money, respectively (except Leni who's dumber then a sack of rocks and comes back with a napkin) and it turns out the mother had the blanket all along and just washed it. Then she discovers her kids sold everything in the living room and grounds them. She only grounds them! I'm sorry, but a thing like this warrants a full scale hunt to get all their stuff back! They managed to sell their freaking couch! And then the ending... good night the ending. These episodes usually have lessons in it. I assumed this one would be, 'Don't let competiton cloud your judgement." Which it did. Nope! The episode ends with Lincoln doing his dumbass victory dance along with the entire family, FOR NOTHING! They didn't accomplish a damn thing! Just to recount: They lost all their stuff, lost all their money, and look like idiots, what the flying freak do they have to dance about? They learned nothing! And the butt dancing just looks weird because the viewer knows they didn't gain anything. I cannot watch this episodewith how terrible it is, espeically that god awful ending. I don't even think No Such Luck ended that badly, oh yeah I went there. At least a conflict was resolved, in this they still don't get their stuff back. I actually was expecting a two part episode, but bope it just ended there. Seriously this episode can bite me.
14th Jul '17 9:08:31 AM SorPepita
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* Tropers/CJCroen1393: In TheMovie, it was ten times worse when they have a debate about dinosaurs. First things first, Cindy's report is about how female dinosaurs are stronger than male dinosaurs. Ok so far, there is evidence of this being true[[note]]It's hypothesized by some paleontologists, and indeed there are animals closely related to dinosaurs, like crocodiles and birds, that have that exact sexual dimorphism, so it's not unlikely[[/note]]. Then, she claims that the dinosaur skeleton she constructed is a Plesiosaurus. Barring the fact that Plesiosauruses aren't even dinosaurs to begin with, the... thing she constructed looks nothing like a Plesiosaurus. A Plesiosaurus is well known to have a barrel shaped body, flippers, a long neck, a small head, and are purely aquatic sea creatures (or, in layman's terms, say the word "Plesiosaurus" and try not to picture the LochNessMonster--hint hint, it's impossible). This skeleton is more or less a Velociraptor with a Parasaurolophus crest. Jimmy responds by pointing out that the model is inaccurate...by telling the class that the crest belongs to a Megalosaurus. No such crest even remotely exists on Megalosaurus.

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* Tropers/CJCroen1393: In TheMovie, it was ten times worse when they have a debate about dinosaurs. First things first, Cindy's report is about how female dinosaurs are stronger than male dinosaurs. Ok so far, there is evidence of this being true[[note]]It's hypothesized by some paleontologists, and indeed there are animals closely related to dinosaurs, like crocodiles and birds, that have that exact sexual dimorphism, so it's not unlikely[[/note]]. Then, she claims that the dinosaur skeleton she constructed is a Plesiosaurus. Barring the fact that Plesiosauruses aren't even dinosaurs to begin with, the... thing she constructed looks nothing like a Plesiosaurus. A Plesiosaurus is well known to have a barrel shaped body, flippers, a long neck, a small head, and are purely aquatic sea creatures (or, in layman's terms, say the word "Plesiosaurus" and try not to picture the LochNessMonster--hint hint, it's impossible). This skeleton is more or less a Velociraptor with a Parasaurolophus crest. Jimmy responds by pointing out that the model is inaccurate... by telling the class that the crest belongs to a Megalosaurus. No such crest even remotely exists on Megalosaurus.



* Tropers/{{Manwiththeplan}}: For me, it's the Christmas episode. Jimmy acts like a {{Jerkass}} to Carl by trying to force his disbelief of Santa onto him, since Carl actually believes in Santa. Cindy and Libby call Jimmy on this and attempt to prove Santa real as reporters. Eventually, it turns out Santa is real and Jimmy ends up screwing up and incapacitating him, which threatens Christmas. When Cindy and Libby threaten to expose this back home, which would be perfect karma for the way Jimmy's been acting all this time, he uses an invention to physically launch them out of the North Pole! And the kicker comes at the end, after Jimmy, as usual, cleans up the mess he created to start with, Santa is able to make his deliveries....and he brings Cindy and Libby coal for trying to humiliate Jimmy! What!? Cindy and Libby, whose only crimes were actually giving a damn about Carl's feelings and doing their reporter duty to expose what Jimmy did and give him some well-deserved humbling, are punished by Santa while Jimmy is rewarded!? This pushed Jimmy into nigh MarySue territory for me, and really made me empathize with Cindy. It's no wonder Jimmy pisses her off.

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* Tropers/{{Manwiththeplan}}: For me, it's the Christmas episode. Jimmy acts like a {{Jerkass}} to Carl by trying to force his disbelief of Santa onto him, since Carl actually believes in Santa. Cindy and Libby call Jimmy on this and attempt to prove Santa real as reporters. Eventually, it turns out Santa is real and Jimmy ends up screwing up and incapacitating him, which threatens Christmas. When Cindy and Libby threaten to expose this back home, which would be perfect karma for the way Jimmy's been acting all this time, he uses an invention to physically launch them out of the North Pole! And the kicker comes at the end, after Jimmy, as usual, cleans up the mess he created to start with, Santa is able to make his deliveries....deliveries... and he brings Cindy and Libby coal for trying to humiliate Jimmy! What!? Cindy and Libby, whose only crimes were actually giving a damn about Carl's feelings and doing their reporter duty to expose what Jimmy did and give him some well-deserved humbling, are punished by Santa while Jimmy is rewarded!? This pushed Jimmy into nigh MarySue territory for me, and really made me empathize with Cindy. It's no wonder Jimmy pisses her off.



"Gentlemen...'''BEHOLD!''' I have created a list of ''every moment'' when [[WesternAnimation/AquaTeenHungerForce this show]]... HAS FAILED! ''AHAHAHAHAHAHAHAA!''"

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"Gentlemen... '''BEHOLD!''' I have created a list of ''every moment'' when [[WesternAnimation/AquaTeenHungerForce this show]]... HAS FAILED! ''AHAHAHAHAHAHAHAA!''"



WesternAnimation/CourageTheCowardlyDog is often one of those shows most people think of when they bring up Creator/CartoonNetwork's golden years, but even it tends to have a stinker now and again. We're all glad Courage is so...well, [[MeaningfulName courageous]]; he has to be if he can stand being associated with [[DarthWiki/DethroningMomentOfSuck these moments]].

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WesternAnimation/CourageTheCowardlyDog is often one of those shows most people think of when they bring up Creator/CartoonNetwork's golden years, but even it tends to have a stinker now and again. We're all glad Courage is so... well, [[MeaningfulName courageous]]; he has to be if he can stand being associated with [[DarthWiki/DethroningMomentOfSuck these moments]].



* fluffything: For me, it was the episode "Dexter and Computress Get Mandark" that was "created" (IE: He provided the audio track) by a six year-old kid. No, saying "But he's just a child" doesn't excuse how utterly terrible it is. There have been children who have created far better works of entertainment than this. Long story short, the episode is about nothing but utter randomness...and not in a good way. Dexter and some robot (named Computress) cause Mandark's head to shrink and then accidentally cause it to grow until it explodes and tiny Mandark heads fall from the sky. Oh, and there's an OverlyLongGag involving Dexter calling Computress "stupid". It's like a poorly written TrollFic than anything else. About the only good thing about it is the ArtShift from the show's normal style to a more "crayon drawing" look, which I felt fit the whole "a kid made it" theme. Too bad the rest of the episode was horrible.

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* fluffything: For me, it was the episode "Dexter and Computress Get Mandark" that was "created" (IE: He provided the audio track) by a six year-old kid. No, saying "But he's just a child" doesn't excuse how utterly terrible it is. There have been children who have created far better works of entertainment than this. Long story short, the episode is about nothing but utter randomness... and not in a good way. Dexter and some robot (named Computress) cause Mandark's head to shrink and then accidentally cause it to grow until it explodes and tiny Mandark heads fall from the sky. Oh, and there's an OverlyLongGag involving Dexter calling Computress "stupid". It's like a poorly written TrollFic than anything else. About the only good thing about it is the ArtShift from the show's normal style to a more "crayon drawing" look, which I felt fit the whole "a kid made it" theme. Too bad the rest of the episode was horrible.



* {{Disney23}}: Mine has to be "Dexter Detention". Talk about your CruelTwistEnding. It has Dexter and some other students in detention and the situation is treated like a prison story. They dig an escape tunnel under the floorboard and Dexter comes out on the other side...at the state prison. The episode ends with Dexter in the striped outfit breaking rocks at gunpoint. The End. Dude, the hell?

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* {{Disney23}}: Mine has to be "Dexter Detention". Talk about your CruelTwistEnding. It has Dexter and some other students in detention and the situation is treated like a prison story. They dig an escape tunnel under the floorboard and Dexter comes out on the other side... at the state prison. The episode ends with Dexter in the striped outfit breaking rocks at gunpoint. The End. Dude, the hell?



** [=SenorCornholio=]: After some careful thinking, I decided to finally contribute a moment here, and that's how little Kristoph contributes in the final third of the movie. I personally liked Kristoph as a character; he was an {{Adorkable}} ManChild [[FriendToAllLivingThings with a]] [[LoyalAnimalCompanion dopey reindeer]]. It actually made him a bit unique from most Disney guys, and it made him a bit relatable especially since [[AllAnimalsAreDogs said reindeer reminded me of the first dog I ever owned]]. So we see Kristoph and Sven running across bad weather and melting ice to get to Anna, who's currently in some massive danger, trying to reach her before something happens to her...[[spoiler:and then Anna gets frozen anyway]]. And Kristoph ends up being unable to contribute jack all. It's [[spoiler:Elsa]] who [[spoiler:restores her with true love]]. I get that [[spoiler:"sibling love"]] is also a form of [[spoiler:true love]], but poor Kristoph's only contributions to the whole movie were helping Anna get to Elsa and then back to Arendelle. The guy doesn't get near as much love as [[GenkiGirl Anna]], [[DefrostingIceQueen Elsa]], [[spoiler:[[MagnificentBastard Hans]]]], or even [[PluckyComicRelief Olaf]], and the fact he contributes so damn little in the grand scheme of things may have something to do with that. It's dumb, is what I'm trying to say.

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** [=SenorCornholio=]: After some careful thinking, I decided to finally contribute a moment here, and that's how little Kristoph contributes in the final third of the movie. I personally liked Kristoph as a character; he was an {{Adorkable}} ManChild [[FriendToAllLivingThings with a]] [[LoyalAnimalCompanion dopey reindeer]]. It actually made him a bit unique from most Disney guys, and it made him a bit relatable especially since [[AllAnimalsAreDogs said reindeer reminded me of the first dog I ever owned]]. So we see Kristoph and Sven running across bad weather and melting ice to get to Anna, who's currently in some massive danger, trying to reach her before something happens to her... [[spoiler:and then Anna gets frozen anyway]]. And Kristoph ends up being unable to contribute jack all. It's [[spoiler:Elsa]] who [[spoiler:restores her with true love]]. I get that [[spoiler:"sibling love"]] is also a form of [[spoiler:true love]], but poor Kristoph's only contributions to the whole movie were helping Anna get to Elsa and then back to Arendelle. The guy doesn't get near as much love as [[GenkiGirl Anna]], [[DefrostingIceQueen Elsa]], [[spoiler:[[MagnificentBastard Hans]]]], or even [[PluckyComicRelief Olaf]], and the fact he contributes so damn little in the grand scheme of things may have something to do with that. It's dumb, is what I'm trying to say.



* Tropers/{{MsCC93}}: My moment would be the episode "Girl Trouble" when KarmaHoudini {{Jerkass}} Helga constantly harasses Arnold. When Arnold gets fed up with Helga and throws paint at her, Mr. Simmons punished Arnold, but only stood there and did nothing when Helga harassed him. Total CharacterDerailment for Mr. Simmons! And does Helga get her comeuppance? No...it's no wonder I can't stand this episode!

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* Tropers/{{MsCC93}}: My moment would be the episode "Girl Trouble" when KarmaHoudini {{Jerkass}} Helga constantly harasses Arnold. When Arnold gets fed up with Helga and throws paint at her, Mr. Simmons punished Arnold, but only stood there and did nothing when Helga harassed him. Total CharacterDerailment for Mr. Simmons! And does Helga get her comeuppance? No... it's no wonder I can't stand this episode!



* [=FromtheWordsofBR=]: "Bag of Money". In this episode, Arnold, Gerald, and Sid find...well, [[ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin a bag with $3,937 in it]]. Arnold wants to return it to the police, but Gerald and Sid don't want him to, but once Arnold points out they could get a reward for returning it they agree and let him keep track of the bag. Sid even mentions how "Arnold is the most honest guy around", which bites him in the ass later on. Arnold goes on the city bus with the money and sits next to a pink-haired peg-legged one-eyebrow-donning lady with 4 bags, which are also the color of the bag of money Arnold has. However, the lady accidentally grabs Arnold's bag and he winds up with her bags of bird seeds. Sid and Gerald don't believe Arnold's silly but true story; so much so, Sid eventually convinces everybody that Arnold stole the money and what happened to him is actually an excuse, and the other kids actually believe him! And to rub more salt in the wound, remember that little statement Sid did a little earlier? He sure isn't acting like the poor guy is honest in this section of the episode. And then Sid starts spying on Arnold and says that he used the money to buy random stuff. The kids eventually grab Arnold and tie him up to the tether-ball pole. Then a police car comes and the lady Arnold described earlier comes to return Arnold's bus pass, and then everybody apologizes for hurting Arnold, yet Sid [[KarmaHoudini gets away with what he did]]. Sorry, but no, not even the ending can {{easily forgive|n}} that. Why would they think a kid like Arnold would steal the money? Easily one of the poorest-written episodes of the series.

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* [=FromtheWordsofBR=]: "Bag of Money". In this episode, Arnold, Gerald, and Sid find... well, [[ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin a bag with $3,937 in it]]. Arnold wants to return it to the police, but Gerald and Sid don't want him to, but once Arnold points out they could get a reward for returning it they agree and let him keep track of the bag. Sid even mentions how "Arnold is the most honest guy around", which bites him in the ass later on. Arnold goes on the city bus with the money and sits next to a pink-haired peg-legged one-eyebrow-donning lady with 4 bags, which are also the color of the bag of money Arnold has. However, the lady accidentally grabs Arnold's bag and he winds up with her bags of bird seeds. Sid and Gerald don't believe Arnold's silly but true story; so much so, Sid eventually convinces everybody that Arnold stole the money and what happened to him is actually an excuse, and the other kids actually believe him! And to rub more salt in the wound, remember that little statement Sid did a little earlier? He sure isn't acting like the poor guy is honest in this section of the episode. And then Sid starts spying on Arnold and says that he used the money to buy random stuff. The kids eventually grab Arnold and tie him up to the tether-ball pole. Then a police car comes and the lady Arnold described earlier comes to return Arnold's bus pass, and then everybody apologizes for hurting Arnold, yet Sid [[KarmaHoudini gets away with what he did]]. Sorry, but no, not even the ending can {{easily forgive|n}} that. Why would they think a kid like Arnold would steal the money? Easily one of the poorest-written episodes of the series.



* Tropers/CandyCane14: Scrooge wasn't the only character that got messed up in the show. Donald, Jose and Panchito were all out of character as well in the episode, "The Three Caballeros"! Donald would've been happy to meet his two friends, even if he felt bad that no one remembered he's a Caballero. Instead he and the two acted more like enemies then friends! Well..yeah Panchito and Jose played pranks on Donald in 'The Three Caballeros' movie too, but if you pay attention, Donald was [[TooKinkyToTorture still having fun anyway]]...yeah. Plus it contradict those two comics ('The Three Caballeros ride again' and such) where Panchito and Jose looked up to Donald. At least in "Not so Goofy", they were better friends. This episode "The Three Caballeros" however was terrible.

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* Tropers/CandyCane14: Scrooge wasn't the only character that got messed up in the show. Donald, Jose and Panchito were all out of character as well in the episode, "The Three Caballeros"! Donald would've been happy to meet his two friends, even if he felt bad that no one remembered he's a Caballero. Instead he and the two acted more like enemies then friends! Well..yeah Well... yeah, Panchito and Jose played pranks on Donald in 'The Three Caballeros' movie too, but if you pay attention, Donald was [[TooKinkyToTorture still having fun anyway]]...anyway]]... yeah. Plus it contradict those two comics ('The Three Caballeros ride again' and such) where Panchito and Jose looked up to Donald. At least in "Not so Goofy", they were better friends. This episode "The Three Caballeros" however was terrible.



** @/{{Manwiththeplan}}: And Maleficent doesn't even retaliate like you'd expect her to; she just grits her teeth in irritation and forces out something along the lines of "Yes, how...giddy." God damn it, Maleficent, I know Mickey's the host of the club, but the Mistress of Evil shouldn't have to put up with that shit!

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** @/{{Manwiththeplan}}: And Maleficent doesn't even retaliate like you'd expect her to; she just grits her teeth in irritation and forces out something along the lines of "Yes, how... giddy." God damn it, Maleficent, I know Mickey's the host of the club, but the Mistress of Evil shouldn't have to put up with that shit!



* Tropers/{{bobdrantz}}: ''WesternAnimation/{{Mad}}'' (which I normally like) had the "Pokémon Park" (A parody of ''Franchise/{{Pokemon}}'' and ''Franchise/JurassicPark'') skit. For one thing, the jokes made no sense (Pokémon randomly fight and evolve so they go crazy...what?), the characters do not match who they're supposed to parody (Why would Ash be the one in the Ian Malcolm role?), and they're inconsistent with which Pokémon represents which dinosaur (IE: It cannot make up its mind on whether the Pikachu is supposed to be {{Expy}} for the Velociraptors or if the Charmander are). It's like they just spent five seconds on a Wikipedia page on ''Pokémon'', watched only a few minutes of ''Jurassic Park'', and then just hastily threw this poor excuse for a "parody" together.
* fluffything: I can respect parody done well. I can respect parodies of my favorite shows done well. The MAD sketch "Ancient Greek Mythbusters" is not a parody done well by any stretch of the imagination. This feels more like a mean-spirited TakeThat towards an awesome series rather than an AffectionateParody. Oh, let me count the ways this sketch is a DMOS. You've got Grant being chewed-up by a T.Rex as a pointless throwaway gag. You've got Adam and Jamie being incompetent JerkAss morons not having any sense of logic to their "experiments" (InsaneTrollLogic would be considered the words of a genius compared to this). The utterly unfunny joke about Mythbusters only being watchable due to the sheer number of explosions (Because clearly we nerds only want to see explosions in an awesome educational series that debunks urban legends. Really? No.). Also, the pointless ''Film/BackToTheFuture'' reference at the end? Just...ugh....
* Tropers/CJCroen1393: I've seen one that was a personal punch right in the heart. ''"[[WesternAnimation/TheLandBeforeTime The Land After The Land Before Time]]"''. Basically, it's the incredibly stale "Durr hurr, The Land Before Time [[{{Sequelitis}} has too many sequels]] it's funny! Durr hurr" joke that everyone (even sequel haters) is sick of by now. It reveals that the newest sequel involves a "heartwarming reunion". It then shows all five dinosaurs...as fossilized museum exhibits. Way to go ''MAD''. You turned my childhood heroes into corpses. You literally killed my childhood.

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* Tropers/{{bobdrantz}}: ''WesternAnimation/{{Mad}}'' (which I normally like) had the "Pokémon Park" (A parody of ''Franchise/{{Pokemon}}'' and ''Franchise/JurassicPark'') skit. For one thing, the jokes made no sense (Pokémon randomly fight and evolve so they go crazy... what?), the characters do not match who they're supposed to parody (Why would Ash be the one in the Ian Malcolm role?), and they're inconsistent with which Pokémon represents which dinosaur (IE: It cannot make up its mind on whether the Pikachu is supposed to be {{Expy}} for the Velociraptors or if the Charmander are). It's like they just spent five seconds on a Wikipedia page on ''Pokémon'', watched only a few minutes of ''Jurassic Park'', and then just hastily threw this poor excuse for a "parody" together.
* fluffything: I can respect parody done well. I can respect parodies of my favorite shows done well. The MAD sketch "Ancient Greek Mythbusters" is not a parody done well by any stretch of the imagination. This feels more like a mean-spirited TakeThat towards an awesome series rather than an AffectionateParody. Oh, let me count the ways this sketch is a DMOS. You've got Grant being chewed-up by a T.Rex as a pointless throwaway gag. You've got Adam and Jamie being incompetent JerkAss morons not having any sense of logic to their "experiments" (InsaneTrollLogic would be considered the words of a genius compared to this). The utterly unfunny joke about Mythbusters only being watchable due to the sheer number of explosions (Because clearly we nerds only want to see explosions in an awesome educational series that debunks urban legends. Really? No.). Also, the pointless ''Film/BackToTheFuture'' reference at the end? Just...ugh....
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* Tropers/CJCroen1393: I've seen one that was a personal punch right in the heart. ''"[[WesternAnimation/TheLandBeforeTime The Land After The Land Before Time]]"''. Basically, it's the incredibly stale "Durr hurr, The Land Before Time [[{{Sequelitis}} has too many sequels]] it's funny! Durr hurr" joke that everyone (even sequel haters) is sick of by now. It reveals that the newest sequel involves a "heartwarming reunion". It then shows all five dinosaurs... as fossilized museum exhibits. Way to go ''MAD''. You turned my childhood heroes into corpses. You literally killed my childhood.



* keybladeoverlord: I used to find this show pretty entertaining, but one skit ruined the entire thing for me. Go Dragon Ball Go..... At first it seems like a fairly amusing concept, with Diego from Go Diego Go going on a hunt for the dragon balls with other Dragon Ball characters popping in and occasionally making jabs about both shows. Now I could almost forgive the subpar voice acting in this skit, but the one thing that effectively ruined the skit and the entire show for me was their potshot at Dragon Ball GT. Really? I know a good number of people don't like GT, but there's also plenty who love it (Myself included), but did you really have to make an awful forced joke like that which only about half the audience will find funny and the other half will find annoying? You couldn't make it a joke at the expense of Dragon Ball Evolution which is way worse than what GT could ever be? Some people may think I'm being a GT fanboy complaining about people making fun of something he likes, but my problem is that I've seen people complain about GT so much that I cannot stand to look at people calling it bad without giving good reasoning behind their opinions. In the end, this skit ruined this entire show for me.

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* keybladeoverlord: I used to find this show pretty entertaining, but one skit ruined the entire thing for me. Go Dragon Ball Go.....Go... At first it seems like a fairly amusing concept, with Diego from Go Diego Go going on a hunt for the dragon balls with other Dragon Ball characters popping in and occasionally making jabs about both shows. Now I could almost forgive the subpar voice acting in this skit, but the one thing that effectively ruined the skit and the entire show for me was their potshot at Dragon Ball GT. Really? I know a good number of people don't like GT, but there's also plenty who love it (Myself included), but did you really have to make an awful forced joke like that which only about half the audience will find funny and the other half will find annoying? You couldn't make it a joke at the expense of Dragon Ball Evolution which is way worse than what GT could ever be? Some people may think I'm being a GT fanboy complaining about people making fun of something he likes, but my problem is that I've seen people complain about GT so much that I cannot stand to look at people calling it bad without giving good reasoning behind their opinions. In the end, this skit ruined this entire show for me.



** Powerpuffbats For what it's worth, after that trainwreck, they aired "It's Magic, Charlie Brown" which had Charlie finally kick that ball and having Lucy finally getting hit by Karma. That said, "It's Your First Kiss" is my Dethroning Moment for all of Animation...only Seahorse Seashell Party from Family Guy comes close (I still haven't seen Spongebob's One Coarse Meal yet). What makes this special even worse for me is that I'm a bit of a Charlie Brown/Lucy shipper, and Lucy's actions spit in the faces of Chuck/Lucy shippers...and Chuck/Peppermint Patty shippers too! Seriously, Patty and Linus don't even notice that Lucy is costing them the game! Remember that moment from Family Guy where Peter kicks Lucy (who is my favorite Peanuts character...and this special makes me hate her)? That clip is only tolerable (imo) after viewing this special! And again, how could no one...in the entire stadium notice Lucy pulling that football away?!?!

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** Powerpuffbats For what it's worth, after that trainwreck, they aired "It's Magic, Charlie Brown" which had Charlie finally kick that ball and having Lucy finally getting hit by Karma. That said, "It's Your First Kiss" is my Dethroning Moment for all of Animation... only Seahorse Seashell Party from Family Guy comes close (I still haven't seen Spongebob's One Coarse Meal yet). What makes this special even worse for me is that I'm a bit of a Charlie Brown/Lucy shipper, and Lucy's actions spit in the faces of Chuck/Lucy shippers... and Chuck/Peppermint Patty shippers too! Seriously, Patty and Linus don't even notice that Lucy is costing them the game! Remember that moment from Family Guy where Peter kicks Lucy (who is my favorite Peanuts character...character... and this special makes me hate her)? That clip is only tolerable (imo) after viewing this special! And again, how could no one...one... in the entire stadium notice Lucy pulling that football away?!?!



* {safind} : Whilst I am still getting back into the show (And have enjoyed most of Season 4 thus far), my DMOS would have to be "Bee Story", not the episode's plot though, but the song. "Waggle Dance" is the absolute worst song ever created for the entire show. Whilst some may like it (And those people do not believe in my opinion that the song is crap), there are those that agree with me that the song is awful. The lyrics are awful and the visuals..... Good god, do I even need to say it? They're something only a Pedophile could ever enjoy. Even as I type this, I feel an increasing need for {{Brain Bleach}}. On the plus side though, I've regained my liking of the other songs, but Waggle Dance is just so awful, I would rather swallow cyanide that even look at one second of the song or read through one word of its lyrics.

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* {safind} : Whilst I am still getting back into the show (And have enjoyed most of Season 4 thus far), my DMOS would have to be "Bee Story", not the episode's plot though, but the song. "Waggle Dance" is the absolute worst song ever created for the entire show. Whilst some may like it (And those people do not believe in my opinion that the song is crap), there are those that agree with me that the song is awful. The lyrics are awful and the visuals.....visuals.... Good god, do I even need to say it? They're something only a Pedophile could ever enjoy. Even as I type this, I feel an increasing need for {{Brain Bleach}}. On the plus side though, I've regained my liking of the other songs, but Waggle Dance is just so awful, I would rather swallow cyanide that even look at one second of the song or read through one word of its lyrics.



** Animeking1108: I had a problem with ''Total Rickall,'' particularly how Morty realizes that Rick wasn't a parasite. He figured it out because he had a lot of bad memories with Rick. Now, that's understandable. However, it gets ruined by a montage of of Rick ignoring Morty when he's in life-threatening situations and [[ArsonMurderAndJaywalking pantsing him in school and pushing him down the stairs]]. What made Rick a likable character was that despite his flaws, he cares about Morty and all of the moments that should be bad memories were usually unintentional on Rick's part.
** {{Tropers/Zuxtron}}: "Rixty Minutes" is one of the best episodes in the show, perfectly combining wacky, random comedy with serious, down-to-earth drama. Sadly, "Interdimensional Cable II" fails to live up to its predecessor. While the idea of having improvised comedy bits interspersed throughout an episode was unique enough to work the first time, using it again for a second episode makes it come off as forced. In the end, it feels like the normally very creative writers of the show had run out of ideas and had to resort to remaking an older episode to pad out the season. Even Justin Roiland himself was unhappy with the result, telling us several weeks in advance to not get our hopes up.

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** * Animeking1108: I had a problem with ''Total Rickall,'' particularly how Morty realizes that Rick wasn't a parasite. He figured it out because he had a lot of bad memories with Rick. Now, that's understandable. However, it gets ruined by a montage of of Rick ignoring Morty when he's in life-threatening situations and [[ArsonMurderAndJaywalking pantsing him in school and pushing him down the stairs]]. What made Rick a likable character was that despite his flaws, he cares about Morty and all of the moments that should be bad memories were usually unintentional on Rick's part.
** * {{Tropers/Zuxtron}}: "Rixty Minutes" is one of the best episodes in the show, perfectly combining wacky, random comedy with serious, down-to-earth drama. Sadly, "Interdimensional Cable II" fails to live up to its predecessor. While the idea of having improvised comedy bits interspersed throughout an episode was unique enough to work the first time, using it again for a second episode makes it come off as forced. In the end, it feels like the normally very creative writers of the show had run out of ideas and had to resort to remaking an older episode to pad out the season. Even Justin Roiland himself was unhappy with the result, telling us several weeks in advance to not get our hopes up.



* SenorCornholio: "Last One Out of Beach City" was just...bleh, to me. We hardly learned anything new from it; it was nothing more than a filler episode that had no business really even existing. Basically, Pearl wants to join Amethyst and Steven in going to a rock show, and while she's at it she tries to get her "bad girl" on by acting all cool and stuff despite several episodes showing that she's fine with who she normally is. Then she finds someone that just happened to have her hair dyed pink like Rose, with a similar hairstyle to boot, at a point where Pearl's been trying to get over Rose. What really bothers me is when Pearl decides to intentionally run a red stoplight and evade the police, which Pearl does admittedly berate herself for because she essentially ruined the trip by running out of gas during those points...and then Amethyst heaps a bunch of praise on Pearl for all this. And lo and behold, they just so happen to be at the show they were going to! And Rose-haired girl is there! What a twist! I'm sorry, but as a huge Steven Universe fan who likes (even partially) the above and below episodes, this one was almost impossible to salvage. I could tolerate the likes of Lars and Ronaldo, but I couldn't stand this episode; that says a lot. And if Pearl's relationship with Rose-head gets turned into a subplot, those are some episodes I'll watch probably once, then never rewatch again.

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* SenorCornholio: "Last One Out of Beach City" was just... bleh, to me. We hardly learned anything new from it; it was nothing more than a filler episode that had no business really even existing. Basically, Pearl wants to join Amethyst and Steven in going to a rock show, and while she's at it she tries to get her "bad girl" on by acting all cool and stuff despite several episodes showing that she's fine with who she normally is. Then she finds someone that just happened to have her hair dyed pink like Rose, with a similar hairstyle to boot, at a point where Pearl's been trying to get over Rose. What really bothers me is when Pearl decides to intentionally run a red stoplight and evade the police, which Pearl does admittedly berate herself for because she essentially ruined the trip by running out of gas during those points... and then Amethyst heaps a bunch of praise on Pearl for all this. And lo and behold, they just so happen to be at the show they were going to! And Rose-haired girl is there! What a twist! I'm sorry, but as a huge Steven Universe fan who likes (even partially) the above and below episodes, this one was almost impossible to salvage. I could tolerate the likes of Lars and Ronaldo, but I couldn't stand this episode; that says a lot. And if Pearl's relationship with Rose-head gets turned into a subplot, those are some episodes I'll watch probably once, then never rewatch again.



* SenorCornholio: I loved the original Teen Titans and, after re-watching it fairly recently, I can see that it holds up rather well. That's not to say it doesn't have flaws, however, and my least favorite episode of the original show has to be ''Revved Up''. It's not a terrible episode to me, but it's pretty lackluster compared to the rest of the show. The episode's plot involves [[VillainOfTheWeek Ding Dong Daddy]] challenging the Titans to a cross country drag race to recover Robin's stolen case. First off, the Titans could have just stolen the case back from Ding Dong Daddy and ended the episode right there. Robin has good enough reflexes, Beast Boy could turn into an animal to get it back, and Raven has levitation, for starters. Second, we never actually learn what's in the case; there could be plenty of interpretations or theories, but it's never actually revealed, so we don't feel like we learn anything new. Third, though the episode had some funny moments (particularly involving Cyborg and Beast Boy fending off these weird workshop gremlin things), it didn't feel as clever or creative as something like ''Employee of the Month'' or ''Crash''. Fourth, Ding Dong Daddy is pretty bland as far as goofy villains in this show go; at least [[EvilBrit Mad Mod]] and [[MagiciansAreWizards Mumbo]] had more of an air to them. Fifth, there's a minor subplot where some of the villains hear from Gizmo about the whole race and want Robin's stuff to sell on the market...[[TheyWastedAPerfectlyGoodPlot and hardly any of them get any actual good moments.]] The only villain we get to see have a major role is [[AntiHero Red X]] (and I'll admit [[MomentOfAwesome the bike battle between him and Robin was pretty sweet]]), but that's it. I still love this show to death, but this episode just didn't do it for me.

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* SenorCornholio: I loved the original Teen Titans and, after re-watching it fairly recently, I can see that it holds up rather well. That's not to say it doesn't have flaws, however, and my least favorite episode of the original show has to be ''Revved Up''. It's not a terrible episode to me, but it's pretty lackluster compared to the rest of the show. The episode's plot involves [[VillainOfTheWeek Ding Dong Daddy]] challenging the Titans to a cross country drag race to recover Robin's stolen case. First off, the Titans could have just stolen the case back from Ding Dong Daddy and ended the episode right there. Robin has good enough reflexes, Beast Boy could turn into an animal to get it back, and Raven has levitation, for starters. Second, we never actually learn what's in the case; there could be plenty of interpretations or theories, but it's never actually revealed, so we don't feel like we learn anything new. Third, though the episode had some funny moments (particularly involving Cyborg and Beast Boy fending off these weird workshop gremlin things), it didn't feel as clever or creative as something like ''Employee of the Month'' or ''Crash''. Fourth, Ding Dong Daddy is pretty bland as far as goofy villains in this show go; at least [[EvilBrit Mad Mod]] and [[MagiciansAreWizards Mumbo]] had more of an air to them. Fifth, there's a minor subplot where some of the villains hear from Gizmo about the whole race and want Robin's stuff to sell on the market... [[TheyWastedAPerfectlyGoodPlot and hardly any of them get any actual good moments.]] The only villain we get to see have a major role is [[AntiHero Red X]] (and I'll admit [[MomentOfAwesome the bike battle between him and Robin was pretty sweet]]), but that's it. I still love this show to death, but this episode just didn't do it for me.



* Cranberries: For me the last episode, "Orphan Substitute". Good lord, Tuddrussel was going to deliberately leave Otto behind and just replace him for another kid like you would a tissue! And while Larry obviously didn't want him to be left behind he sure as hell didn't even try to stop Tuddrussel from doing this, he does have the time travel controls, he shouldn’t have to follow Tuddrussel's commands. While it's Otto's fault that he did go off on his own for this situation to happen, it could have been avoided entirely if Tuddrussel hadn't been such an ass and unplugged the game system before Otto could get a high score on it, and Otto had a valid point- "A grown man cheating an eight year old, that's pathetic." Oh and the fact that when they do find Otto, it was purely accidental and while Larry is thrilled to have found him, Tuddrussel is completely embarrassed to see him, and at the end they leave that other orphan they picked up along the way with Sister Thornley. For one that kid doesn't even live in that particular orphanage, second, for all we know that kid didn't even belong in that era, honestly he looked like he could have lived in the 1940's or something close to that, and they probably never even took him back...that's just sad.

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* Cranberries: For me the last episode, "Orphan Substitute". Good lord, Tuddrussel was going to deliberately leave Otto behind and just replace him for another kid like you would a tissue! And while Larry obviously didn't want him to be left behind he sure as hell didn't even try to stop Tuddrussel from doing this, he does have the time travel controls, he shouldn’t have to follow Tuddrussel's commands. While it's Otto's fault that he did go off on his own for this situation to happen, it could have been avoided entirely if Tuddrussel hadn't been such an ass and unplugged the game system before Otto could get a high score on it, and Otto had a valid point- "A grown man cheating an eight year old, that's pathetic." Oh and the fact that when they do find Otto, it was purely accidental and while Larry is thrilled to have found him, Tuddrussel is completely embarrassed to see him, and at the end they leave that other orphan they picked up along the way with Sister Thornley. For one that kid doesn't even live in that particular orphanage, second, for all we know that kid didn't even belong in that era, honestly he looked like he could have lived in the 1940's or something close to that, and they probably never even took him back... that's just sad.



11th Jul '17 8:08:07 AM kablammin45
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* Tropers/{{Statzkeen}}: This had the best music of any Disney movie since Lion King, and then nearly ruined it with that awful pop cover version of "How Far I'll Go" in the credits.

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* Tropers/{{Statzkeen}}: This ''Disney/{{Moana}}'' had the best music of any Disney movie since Lion King, and then nearly ruined it with that awful pop cover version of "How Far I'll Go" in the credits.
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* Tropers/{{Statzkeen}}: This had the best music of any Disney movie since Lion King, and then nearly ruined it with that awful pop cover version of "How Far I'll Go" in the credits.
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* Tropers/{{Statzkeen}}: This had the best music of any Disney movie since Lion King, and then nearly ruined it with that awful pop cover version of "How Far I'll Go" in the credits.
10th Jul '17 9:29:09 AM SenorCornholio
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* [=SenorCornholio=]: [[LampshadeHanging I keep showing up a lot here, huh?]] Look, I just wanna say something: WesternAnimation/StarVsTheForcesOfEvil is one of my favorite shows of this decade and there's not a single episode I dislike, period; maybe a few instances of EarlyInstallmentWeirdness, but nothing more. It's just that...well, let's just say I agree with [=Calamity2007=] that the otherwise decent "[[Recap/TeenTitansS5E13ThingsChange Things Change]]" should not have been the SeriesFinale of WesternAnimation/TeenTitans, and that applies to the episode "[[Recap/StarVsTheForcesOfEvilS2E41Starcrushed Starcrushed]]" despite only being the season 2 finale. Here's a summary, with massive spoilers because [[GushingAboutShowsYouLike this episode is still utterly amazing on its own]]: [[spoiler:Star and Marco are on the receiving end of the former's crush on the latter being blurted out in front of several Mewmans (on top of Star losing her spell book and Glossaryk), and they just wanna go back to living like they used to with summer vacation about to start, so they both try to make things infinitely less awkward by focusing on just hanging out with the others while they can, with Marco hanging with Jackie and Star going with her friends to a separate party where she can hang loose and talk with Oskar, who Star realizes isn't exactly "perfect".]] Sounds good for an A plot, but the B plot gets hectic: [[spoiler:Queen Moon Butterfly and the Magic High Commission go to where Ludo is located and proceed to take care of his minions; Moon is almost successful in convincing Ludo to pull a HeelFaceTurn, But Ludo is then [[DemonicPossession controlled by the spirit of]] [[KnightOfCerebus Toffee]], who temporarily ''kills'' Moon and manages to effortlessly destroy the Magic High Commission, including the possibly permanent HeroicSacrifice of [[WhiteMage Lekmet]]. Moon fights Toffee, but to no avail, so she grabs what remains of her allies and escapes, with Toffee declaring that he's coming for Star. Moon then goes to Star to tell her what's going on and that they now have to leave Earth, possibly forever. [[TearJerker Star then goes downstairs and tells Marco how she really feels]], leaving the latter speechless and Jackie having a HeroicBSOD; Star leaves, Marco runs after her, and by the time he makes it, Star's room is completely gone, leaving the old room from the first episode. [[DownerEnding Cut to credits.]] Not even the MoodWhiplash ending theme plays this time.]] To put into perspective, this is a ''fantastic'' episode in my eyes, and I was eager to see where it leads...then I found out that this is the season finale and the outcome will happen in a few months. What is it with shows ending a season on these kinds of notes, anyway? It's like the WebVideo/NostalgiaCritic said in his Sonic review: "Leaving us on a cliffhanger doesn't guarantee a sequel, it just pisses us off!" I'm glad this isn't the last episode, because if it was then it'd pretty much suffer the same fate as WesternAnimation/SonicSatAM or the aforementioned WesternAnimation/TeenTitans. Even then, it's kind of a dick move to just have a season end on this kind of note. Now I know how some people felt with [[Recap/AvatarTheLastAirbenderTheCrossroadsOfDestiny Avatar's season 2 finale]].
** squadallahthistle: For me, just the entire latter half of Season 2 was enough to turn me off of the show. Now, I'm OK with a show veering into dramatic territory every once in a while, ''Gravity Falls'' did it well (except for "Dipper and Mabel VS the Future"), but the way ''Star VS the Forces Of Evil'' did it just seemed uncomfortable to me. First, Marco and Jackie got together. Then, Starco, which I used to ship HARD, became possible pedophilia after Marco spent 16 years trapped in another dimension. They tried to justify it by saying he doesn't remember much, but it still doesn't feel right. Then, the world just seems to keep beating down on Star, culminating in her [[spoiler:having to leave Earth]]. I'm sorry, didn't this show used to be a comedy? The comedic elements that made me love the show in the first place seem to be overshadowed so much by the drama (and creepiness) of the latter half of Season 2 that I don't even care about when the next episodes will come out. Everyone else on this site sees it as improvement, but I see it as jumping the shark. I'm not the only one who thinks this either, many of my friends on YouTube feel the same way.

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* [=SenorCornholio=]: [[LampshadeHanging I keep showing up a lot here, huh?]] Look, I just wanna say something: WesternAnimation/StarVsTheForcesOfEvil is one of my favorite shows of this decade and there's not a single episode I dislike, period; maybe a few instances of EarlyInstallmentWeirdness, but nothing more. It's just that...well, let's just say I agree with [=Calamity2007=] that the otherwise decent "[[Recap/TeenTitansS5E13ThingsChange Things Change]]" should not have been the SeriesFinale of WesternAnimation/TeenTitans, and that applies to the episode "[[Recap/StarVsTheForcesOfEvilS2E41Starcrushed Starcrushed]]" despite only being the season 2 finale. Here's a summary, with massive spoilers because [[GushingAboutShowsYouLike this episode is still utterly amazing on its own]]: [[spoiler:Star and Marco are on the receiving end of the former's crush on the latter being blurted out in front of several Mewmans (on top of Star losing her spell book and Glossaryk), and they just wanna go back to living like they used to with summer vacation about to start, so they both try to make things infinitely less awkward by focusing on just hanging out with the others while they can, with Marco hanging with Jackie and Star going with her friends to a separate party where she can hang loose and talk with Oskar, who Star realizes isn't exactly "perfect".]] Sounds good for an A plot, but the B plot gets hectic: [[spoiler:Queen Moon Butterfly and the Magic High Commission go to where Ludo is located and proceed to take care of his minions; Moon is almost successful in convincing Ludo to pull a HeelFaceTurn, But Ludo is then [[DemonicPossession controlled by the spirit of]] [[KnightOfCerebus Toffee]], who temporarily ''kills'' Moon and manages to effortlessly destroy the Magic High Commission, including the possibly permanent HeroicSacrifice of [[WhiteMage Lekmet]]. Moon fights Toffee, but to no avail, so she grabs what remains of her allies and escapes, with Toffee declaring that he's coming for Star. Moon then goes to Star to tell her what's going on and that they now have to leave Earth, possibly forever. [[TearJerker Star then goes downstairs and tells Marco how she really feels]], leaving the latter speechless and Jackie having a HeroicBSOD; Star leaves, Marco runs after her, and by the time he makes it, Star's room is completely gone, leaving the old room from the first episode. [[DownerEnding Cut to credits.]] Not even the MoodWhiplash ending theme plays this time.]] To put into perspective, this is a ''fantastic'' episode in my eyes, and I was eager to see where it leads...then I found out that this is the season finale and the outcome will happen in a few months. What is it with shows ending a season on these kinds of notes, anyway? It's like the WebVideo/NostalgiaCritic said in his Sonic review: "Leaving us on a cliffhanger doesn't guarantee a sequel, it just pisses us off!" I'm glad this isn't the last episode, because if it was then it'd pretty much suffer the same fate as WesternAnimation/SonicSatAM or the aforementioned WesternAnimation/TeenTitans. Even then, it's kind of a dick move to just have a season end on this kind of note. Now I know how some people felt with [[Recap/AvatarTheLastAirbenderTheCrossroadsOfDestiny Avatar's season 2 finale]].
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squadallahthistle: For me, just the entire latter half of Season 2 of WesternAnimation/StarVsTheForcesOfEvil was enough to turn me off of the show. Now, I'm OK with a show veering into dramatic territory every once in a while, ''Gravity Falls'' did it well (except for "Dipper and Mabel VS the Future"), but the way ''Star VS the Forces Of Evil'' did it just seemed uncomfortable to me. First, Marco and Jackie got together. Then, Starco, which I used to ship HARD, became possible pedophilia after Marco spent 16 years trapped in another dimension. They tried to justify it by saying he doesn't remember much, but it still doesn't feel right. Then, the world just seems to keep beating down on Star, culminating in her [[spoiler:having to leave Earth]]. I'm sorry, didn't this show used to be a comedy? The comedic elements that made me love the show in the first place seem to be overshadowed so much by the drama (and creepiness) of the latter half of Season 2 that I don't even care about when the next episodes will come out. Everyone else on this site sees it as improvement, but I see it as jumping the shark. I'm not the only one who thinks this either, many of my friends on YouTube feel the same way.
9th Jul '17 11:21:39 AM TommyTiger
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* Tropers/{{TommyTiger}}: I have a different DMOS. While I used to like the series, I now hate it (because Mickey was the [[ButtMonkey punchbag]] instead of Donald, who [[KarmaHoudini not only got away with everything, but got rewarded]]). What made me pull a "FaceHeelTurn" against the series? "Al Rojo Vivo", particularly its [[DudeNotFunny offensive ending]]. I'm describing it: Mickey and Minnie are together, and everything looks fine. But what happens next? Mickey gets kissed, and then [[spoiler:Mickey's pants fall, exposing his red shorts and getting the bulls against him to ensure he's not going to have a HappyEnding after all]]. Whoop de friggin doo. This is the worst case of YankTheDogsChain and DiabolusExMachina combined.

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* Tropers/{{TommyTiger}}: I have a different DMOS. While I used to like the series, I now hate it (because Mickey was the [[ButtMonkey punchbag]] instead of Donald, who [[KarmaHoudini not only got away with everything, but got rewarded]]). What made me pull a "FaceHeelTurn" against the series? "Al Rojo Vivo", particularly its [[DudeNotFunny offensive ending]]. I'm describing it: Mickey and Minnie are together, and everything looks fine. But what happens next? Mickey gets kissed, and then [[spoiler:Mickey's pants fall, exposing his red shorts and getting the bulls against him to ensure he's not going to have a HappyEnding after all]]. Whoop de friggin doo. This is the worst case of YankTheDogsChain and DiabolusExMachina combined.combined (edit: I've rewatched the series ever since I wrote this, and I now find it mediocre at worst. I still hate episodes like this, however).
7th Jul '17 6:56:45 PM SenorCornholio
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** [=SenorCornholio=]: Admittedly, these cartoons are sometimes guilty pleasures of mine because of how SoBadItsGood they can get. But even I can admit when a truly bad episode comes about. And I'm listing a moment from WesternAnimation/TheLegendOfZelda on here, mainly because it used to be part of the above show when it was called WesternAnimation/SuperMarioBrosSuperShow. It had the usual Creator/DiCEntertainment cheese, some interesting scenarios, epic monster designs reminiscent of [[VideoGame/TheLegendOfZeldaI the first]] [[VideoGame/ZeldaIITheAdventureOfLink two games]] that were out at that time, and a Zelda that was a genuine ActionGirl compared to the DamselInDistress she was in those games. However, the final broadcast episode of the show, "The Moblins Are Revolting", was just infuriating. The premise, of course, is that [[ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin Ganon's minions revolt against him due to one too many failures]], trap him in a bubble that can only be burst with the Triforce of Power, and throw him down a BottomlessPit (go ahead, make your [[VideoGame/TheLegendOfZeldaCDiGames CD-i jokes]]). Their attempts to take the Triforce of Wisdom [[EpicFail end as you would expect]], [[UpToEleven without Link or Zelda fighting them]]. Seeing this, the two in question come to the conclusion that Ganon isn't home, and so go to take the Triforce of Power, which is guarded by a sole Dodongo that is soundly defeated. Just as they're about to take it, Ganon arrives after figuring out how to escape the pit, but can't even do anything from inside his bubble. So instead of ignoring Ganon, or trying to keep him from the Triforce, [[IdiotHero Link]] decides to fool around and toss him like a volleyball, ''[[WhatAnIdiot right onto the Triforce of Power]]'', thus freeing Ganon and allowing him to resume his dark designs. Zelda is naturally pissed at him, to which Link tries to remedy the situation with an "[[WellExcuseMePrincess Excuuuuse me, princess]]" and then after Zelda storms off, comments that "at least I still have a job". [[HarsherInHindsight And then the series stopped until Captain N gave it a proper sendoff.]] I normally don't have that much of a problem with Link in this show, but here, I just wanted to slap him. He came across as probably ''less'' competent in that one scene than all of Ganon's minions combined, and didn't even show any remorse for it. If the Triforce of Courage ever got introduced in this show before its untimely discontinuation, it'd take a miracle for me to believe this inept moron deserved it. Heck, CD-i Link, for all his MemeticMutation, actually came off as more of a hero. AndThatsTerrible!

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** [=SenorCornholio=]: Admittedly, these cartoons are sometimes guilty pleasures of mine because of how SoBadItsGood they can get. But even I can admit when a truly bad episode comes about. And I'm listing a moment from WesternAnimation/TheLegendOfZelda on here, mainly because it used to be part of the above show when it was called WesternAnimation/SuperMarioBrosSuperShow. It had the usual Creator/DiCEntertainment cheese, some interesting scenarios, epic monster designs reminiscent of [[VideoGame/TheLegendOfZeldaI the first]] [[VideoGame/ZeldaIITheAdventureOfLink two games]] that were out at that time, and a Zelda that was a genuine ActionGirl compared to the DamselInDistress she was in those games. However, the final broadcast episode of the show, "The Moblins Are Revolting", was just infuriating. The premise, of course, is that [[ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin Ganon's minions revolt against him due to one too many failures]], trap him in a bubble that can only be burst with the Triforce of Power, and throw him down a BottomlessPit (go ahead, make your [[VideoGame/TheLegendOfZeldaCDiGames CD-i jokes]]). Their attempts to take the Triforce of Wisdom [[EpicFail end as you would expect]], [[UpToEleven without Link or Zelda fighting them]]. Seeing this, the two in question come to the conclusion that Ganon isn't home, and so go to take the Triforce of Power, which is guarded by a sole Dodongo that is soundly defeated. Just And here's where my moment starts: just as they're about to take it, Ganon arrives after figuring out how to escape the pit, but can't even do anything from inside his bubble. So instead of ignoring Ganon, or trying to keep him from the Triforce, [[IdiotHero Link]] decides to fool around and toss him like a volleyball, ''[[WhatAnIdiot right onto the Triforce of Power]]'', thus freeing Ganon and allowing him to resume his dark designs. Zelda is naturally pissed at him, to which Link tries to remedy the situation with an "[[WellExcuseMePrincess Excuuuuse me, princess]]" and then after Zelda storms off, comments that "at least I still have a job". [[HarsherInHindsight And then the series stopped until Captain N gave it a proper sendoff.]] I normally don't have that much of a problem with Link in this show, but here, I just wanted to slap him. He came across as probably ''less'' competent in that one scene than all of Ganon's minions combined, and didn't even show any remorse for it. If the Triforce of Courage ever got introduced in this show before its untimely discontinuation, it'd take a miracle for me to believe this inept moron deserved it. Heck, CD-i Link, for all his MemeticMutation, actually came off as more of a hero. AndThatsTerrible!
7th Jul '17 6:53:17 PM SenorCornholio
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** [=SenorCornholio=]: Admittedly, these cartoons are sometimes guilty pleasures of mine because of how SoBadItsGood they can get. But even I can admit when a truly bad episode comes about. And I'm listing a moment from WesternAnimation/TheLegendOfZelda on here, mainly because it used to be part of the above show when it was called WesternAnimation/SuperMarioBrosSuperShow. It had the usual Creator/DiCEntertainment cheese, some interesting scenarios, epic monster designs reminiscent of [[VideoGame/TheLegendOfZeldaI the first]] [[VideoGame/ZeldaIITheAdventureOfLink two games]] that were out at that time, and a Zelda that was a genuine ActionGirl compared to the DamselInDistress she was in those games. However, the final broadcast episode of the show, "The Moblins Are Revolting", was just infuriating. The premise, of course, is that [[ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin Ganon's minions revolt against him due to one too many failures]], trap him in a bubble that can only be burst with the Triforce of Power, and throw him down a BottomlessPit (go ahead, make your [[VideoGame/TheLegendOfZeldaCDiGames CD-i jokes]]). Their attempts to take the Triforce of Wisdom [[EpicFail end as you would expect]], [[UpToEleven without Link or Zelda fighting them]]. Seeing this, the two in question come to the conclusion that Ganon isn't home, and so go to take the Triforce of Power, which is guarded by a sole Dodongo that is soundly defeated. Just as they're about to take it, Ganon arrives after figuring out how to escape the pit, but can't even do anything with him. So instead of ignoring Ganon, or trying to keep him from the Triforce, Link decides to fool around and toss him like a volleyball, ''[[WhatAnIdiot right onto the Triforce of Power]]'', thus freeing Ganon and allowing him to resume his dark designs. Zelda is naturally pissed at him, to which Link tries to remedy the situation with an "[[WellExcuseMePrincess Excuuuuse me, princess]]" and then after Zelda storms off, comments that "at least I still have a job". [[HarsherInHindsight And then the series stopped until Captain N gave it a proper sendoff.]] I normally don't have that much of a problem with Link in this show, but here, I just wanted to slap him. He came across as probably ''less'' competent in that one scene than all of Ganon's minions combined, and didn't even show any remorse for it. If the Triforce of Courage ever got introduced in this show before its untimely discontinuation, it'd take a miracle for me to believe this inept moron deserved it. Heck, CD-i Link, for all his MemeticMutation, actually came off as more of a hero. AndThatsTerrible!

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** [=SenorCornholio=]: Admittedly, these cartoons are sometimes guilty pleasures of mine because of how SoBadItsGood they can get. But even I can admit when a truly bad episode comes about. And I'm listing a moment from WesternAnimation/TheLegendOfZelda on here, mainly because it used to be part of the above show when it was called WesternAnimation/SuperMarioBrosSuperShow. It had the usual Creator/DiCEntertainment cheese, some interesting scenarios, epic monster designs reminiscent of [[VideoGame/TheLegendOfZeldaI the first]] [[VideoGame/ZeldaIITheAdventureOfLink two games]] that were out at that time, and a Zelda that was a genuine ActionGirl compared to the DamselInDistress she was in those games. However, the final broadcast episode of the show, "The Moblins Are Revolting", was just infuriating. The premise, of course, is that [[ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin Ganon's minions revolt against him due to one too many failures]], trap him in a bubble that can only be burst with the Triforce of Power, and throw him down a BottomlessPit (go ahead, make your [[VideoGame/TheLegendOfZeldaCDiGames CD-i jokes]]). Their attempts to take the Triforce of Wisdom [[EpicFail end as you would expect]], [[UpToEleven without Link or Zelda fighting them]]. Seeing this, the two in question come to the conclusion that Ganon isn't home, and so go to take the Triforce of Power, which is guarded by a sole Dodongo that is soundly defeated. Just as they're about to take it, Ganon arrives after figuring out how to escape the pit, but can't even do anything with him. from inside his bubble. So instead of ignoring Ganon, or trying to keep him from the Triforce, Link [[IdiotHero Link]] decides to fool around and toss him like a volleyball, ''[[WhatAnIdiot right onto the Triforce of Power]]'', thus freeing Ganon and allowing him to resume his dark designs. Zelda is naturally pissed at him, to which Link tries to remedy the situation with an "[[WellExcuseMePrincess Excuuuuse me, princess]]" and then after Zelda storms off, comments that "at least I still have a job". [[HarsherInHindsight And then the series stopped until Captain N gave it a proper sendoff.]] I normally don't have that much of a problem with Link in this show, but here, I just wanted to slap him. He came across as probably ''less'' competent in that one scene than all of Ganon's minions combined, and didn't even show any remorse for it. If the Triforce of Courage ever got introduced in this show before its untimely discontinuation, it'd take a miracle for me to believe this inept moron deserved it. Heck, CD-i Link, for all his MemeticMutation, actually came off as more of a hero. AndThatsTerrible!
6th Jul '17 6:21:27 PM SenorCornholio
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** [=SenorCornholio=]: Admittedly, these cartoons are sometimes guilty pleasures of mine because of how SoBadItsGood they can get. But even I can admit when a truly bad episode comes out. And I'm listing a moment from WesternAnimation/TheLegendOfZelda on here, mainly because it used to be part of the above show when it was called WesternAnimation/SuperMarioBrosSuperShow. It had the usual Creator/DiCEntertainment cheese, some interesting scenarios, epic monster designs reminiscent of [[VideoGame/TheLegendOfZeldaI the first]] [[VideoGame/ZeldaIITheAdventureOfLink two games]] that were out at that time, and a Zelda that was a genuine ActionGirl compared to the DamselInDistress she was in those games. However, the final broadcast episode of the show, "The Moblins Are Revolting", was just infuriating. The premise, of course, is that [[ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin Ganon's minions revolt against him due to one too many failures]], and trap him in a bubble that can only be burst with the Triforce of Power, and throw him down a BottomlessPit (go ahead, make your [[VideoGame/TheLegendOfZeldaCDiGames CD-i jokes]]). Their attempts to take the Triforce of Wisdom [[EpicFail end as you would expect]], [[UpToEleven without Link or Zelda fighting them]]. Seeing this, the two in question come to the conclusion that Ganon isn't home, and so go to take the Triforce of Power, which is guarded by a sole Dodongo that is soundly defeated. Just as they're about to take it, Ganon arrives after figuring out how to escape the pit, but can't even do anything with him. So instead of ignoring Ganon, or trying to keep him from the Triforce, Link decides to fool around and toss him like a volleyball, ''[[WhatAnIdiot right onto the Triforce of Power]]'', thus freeing Ganon and allowing him to resume his dark designs. Zelda is naturally pissed at him, to which Link tries to remedy the situation with an "[[WellExcuseMePrincess Excuuuuse me, princess]]" and then after Zelda storms off, comments that "at least I still have a job". [[HarsherInHindsight And then the series stopped until Captain N gave it a proper sendoff.]] I normally don't have that much of a problem with Link in this show, but here, I just wanted to slap him. He came across as probably ''less'' competent in that one scene than all of Ganon's minions combined, and didn't even show any remorse for it. If the Triforce of Courage ever got introduced in this show before its untimely discontinuation, it'd take a miracle for me to believe this inept moron deserved it. Heck, CD-i Link, for all his MemeticMutation, actually came off as more of a hero. AndThatsTerrible!

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** [=SenorCornholio=]: Admittedly, these cartoons are sometimes guilty pleasures of mine because of how SoBadItsGood they can get. But even I can admit when a truly bad episode comes out.about. And I'm listing a moment from WesternAnimation/TheLegendOfZelda on here, mainly because it used to be part of the above show when it was called WesternAnimation/SuperMarioBrosSuperShow. It had the usual Creator/DiCEntertainment cheese, some interesting scenarios, epic monster designs reminiscent of [[VideoGame/TheLegendOfZeldaI the first]] [[VideoGame/ZeldaIITheAdventureOfLink two games]] that were out at that time, and a Zelda that was a genuine ActionGirl compared to the DamselInDistress she was in those games. However, the final broadcast episode of the show, "The Moblins Are Revolting", was just infuriating. The premise, of course, is that [[ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin Ganon's minions revolt against him due to one too many failures]], and trap him in a bubble that can only be burst with the Triforce of Power, and throw him down a BottomlessPit (go ahead, make your [[VideoGame/TheLegendOfZeldaCDiGames CD-i jokes]]). Their attempts to take the Triforce of Wisdom [[EpicFail end as you would expect]], [[UpToEleven without Link or Zelda fighting them]]. Seeing this, the two in question come to the conclusion that Ganon isn't home, and so go to take the Triforce of Power, which is guarded by a sole Dodongo that is soundly defeated. Just as they're about to take it, Ganon arrives after figuring out how to escape the pit, but can't even do anything with him. So instead of ignoring Ganon, or trying to keep him from the Triforce, Link decides to fool around and toss him like a volleyball, ''[[WhatAnIdiot right onto the Triforce of Power]]'', thus freeing Ganon and allowing him to resume his dark designs. Zelda is naturally pissed at him, to which Link tries to remedy the situation with an "[[WellExcuseMePrincess Excuuuuse me, princess]]" and then after Zelda storms off, comments that "at least I still have a job". [[HarsherInHindsight And then the series stopped until Captain N gave it a proper sendoff.]] I normally don't have that much of a problem with Link in this show, but here, I just wanted to slap him. He came across as probably ''less'' competent in that one scene than all of Ganon's minions combined, and didn't even show any remorse for it. If the Triforce of Courage ever got introduced in this show before its untimely discontinuation, it'd take a miracle for me to believe this inept moron deserved it. Heck, CD-i Link, for all his MemeticMutation, actually came off as more of a hero. AndThatsTerrible!
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