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25th Apr '17 3:19:00 AM Loekman3
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* Loekman3: While I enjoyed episode XCVII from ''WesternAnimation/SamuraiJack'' aka the ContinuityCavalcade episode where every character that I loved made a reappearance and the [[spoiler:return of Scaramouce]], one scene that I could not enjoy is Demongo's sudden reappearance. Considering that previously he is unambigously and straight up killed on-screen by Aku for failing him, there is absolutely no reason he should even appear but then this episode he suddenly appears and disappears as quickly, making it a BigLippedAlligatorMoment. How? Why? There is absolutely no explanation for his sudden reappearance aside from being an EnsembleDarkhorse which even I like but just because he is popular doesn't mean he deserves to come back, especially when he gets crushed by Aku for his failures.

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* Loekman3: While I enjoyed episode XCVII from ''WesternAnimation/SamuraiJack'' aka the ContinuityCavalcade episode where every character that I loved made a reappearance and the [[spoiler:return of Scaramouce]], one scene that I could not enjoy is Demongo's [[spoiler:Demongo's sudden reappearance.reappearance]]. Considering that previously he is unambigously and straight up killed on-screen by Aku for failing him, there is absolutely no reason he should even appear but then this episode he suddenly appears and disappears as quickly, making it a BigLippedAlligatorMoment. How? Why? When? There is absolutely no explanation for his sudden reappearance aside from being an EnsembleDarkhorse which even I like but just because he is popular doesn't mean he deserves to come back, especially when there is absolutely no indication that he gets crushed by Aku for his failures.
even survived the ordeal in the first place.
25th Apr '17 3:15:32 AM Loekman3
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** squadallahthistle: For me, just the entire latter half of Season 2 was enough to turn me off of the show. I tried posting my opinions on the YMMV tab as an alternate point of view, but they got removed almost immediately. 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, and the people on the YMMV page for the show apparently don't want anyone who has that opinion to be heard. I'm not the only one who thinks this either, many of my friends on YouTube feel the same way.

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** squadallahthistle: For me, just the entire latter half of Season 2 was enough to turn me off of the show. I tried posting my opinions on the YMMV tab as an alternate point of view, but they got removed almost immediately. 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, and the people on the YMMV page for the show apparently don't want anyone who has that opinion to be heard.shark. I'm not the only one who thinks this either, many of my friends on YouTube feel the same way.
* Loekman3: While I enjoyed episode XCVII from ''WesternAnimation/SamuraiJack'' aka the ContinuityCavalcade episode where every character that I loved made a reappearance and the [[spoiler:return of Scaramouce]], one scene that I could not enjoy is Demongo's sudden reappearance. Considering that previously he is unambigously and straight up killed on-screen by Aku for failing him, there is absolutely no reason he should even appear but then this episode he suddenly appears and disappears as quickly, making it a BigLippedAlligatorMoment. How? Why? There is absolutely no explanation for his sudden reappearance aside from being an EnsembleDarkhorse which even I like but just because he is popular doesn't mean he deserves to come back, especially when he gets crushed by Aku for his failures.
24th Apr '17 10:25:59 AM Hobgoblin
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* Tropers/McMunchly: This is moment in the video game. I was super excited to get a free-roaming spider man game where I could be Venom, who was my favorite comic book character not just of Spiderman but any comic. But you can't unlock Venom for free-roaming unless you finish the story mode. I wanted Venom in free roaming so much because I wanted to reach Liberty Island and crawl around on the statue of liberty. So I played through the entire story mode (which was infuriatingly difficult at times). But I did it and unlocked Venom. Ever better is that I found the way to Liberty Island. There's a tunnel that goes underwater but there is walkable collision on the surface. It's too far away to reach the island with spider-man, but you can do a huge venom leap, switch to spider-man in mid-air and get off a double-jump. It's hard to do but possible and after dozens of tries I made it and was about to land on Liberty Island...then hit an invisible wall and a message box popped up saying 'You can't go there'. I played through the entire god-damned game for the sole purpose of reaching the statue of liberty and the game crushed my dream. The worse part is that I actually loved the game, but that one moment ruined everything.
24th Apr '17 8:04:27 AM FromtheWordsofBR
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* [=FromtheWordsofBR=]: "Bag of Money". In this episode, Arnold, Gerald, and Sid find...well, [[ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin a bag containing $3,937]]. 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 money bag and he winds up with a bag of bird seeds. Sid and Gerald don't believe Arnold's silly but true story. At first, it's all like "No, that's impossible, that can't be true, I don't believe you but I still trust you," but then it goes FromBadToWorse. Sid eventually convinces everybody that Arnold stole the money and says that the pink haired lady story is actually an excuse, and they 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 never gets a comeuppance for his harsh, hypocritical actions. Sorry, but no, not even the ending can {{easily forgive|n}} that. And second, why would they think a kid like Arnold would steal the money? He is the "most honest guy around", after all.

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* [=FromtheWordsofBR=]: "Bag of Money". In this episode, Arnold, Gerald, and Sid find...well, [[ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin a bag containing $3,937]].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 money bag and he winds up with a bag her bags of bird seeds. Sid and Gerald don't believe Arnold's silly but true story. At first, it's all like "No, that's impossible, that can't be true, I don't believe you but I still trust you," but then it goes FromBadToWorse. story; so much so, Sid eventually convinces everybody that Arnold stole the money and says that the pink haired lady story what happened to him is actually an excuse, and they 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 never [[KarmaHoudini gets a comeuppance for his harsh, hypocritical actions.away with what he did]]. Sorry, but no, not even the ending can {{easily forgive|n}} that. And second, why Why would they think a kid like Arnold would steal the money? He is Easily one of the "most honest guy around", after all.poorest-written episodes of the series.
19th Apr '17 7:48:08 PM SenorCornholio
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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 [[AnimalLover with a]] [[AnimalSidekick dopey reindeer]]. It actually made him a bit unique from most Disney guys, and it made him a bit relatable especially since 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...and then Anna gets frozen anyway. And Kristoph ends up being unable to contribute jack all. It's Elsa who does it. I get that "sibling love" is also a form of 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 [[AnimalLover [[FriendToAllLivingThings with a]] [[AnimalSidekick [[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.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...and [[spoiler:and then Anna gets frozen anyway.anyway]]. And Kristoph ends up being unable to contribute jack all. It's Elsa [[spoiler:Elsa]] who does it. [[spoiler:restores her with true love]]. I get that "sibling love" [[spoiler:"sibling love"]] is also a form of true love, [[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.
19th Apr '17 7:43:32 PM SenorCornholio
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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 [[AnimalLover with a]] [[AnimalSidekick dopey reindeer]]. It actually made him a bit unique from most Disney guys, and it made him a bit relatable especially since 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...and then Anna gets frozen anyway. And Kristoph ends up being unable to contribute jack all. It's Elsa who does it. I get that "sibling love" is also a form of 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 [[AnimalLover with a]] [[AnimalSidekick dopey reindeer]]. It actually made him a bit unique from most Disney guys, and it made him a bit relatable especially since 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...and then Anna gets frozen anyway. And Kristoph ends up being unable to contribute jack all. It's Elsa who does it. I get that "sibling love" is also a form of 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.
19th Apr '17 7:42:42 PM SenorCornholio
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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 [[AnimalLover with a]] [[AnimalSidekick dopey reindeer]]. It actually made him a bit unique from most Disney guys, and it made him a bit relatable especially since 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...and then Anna gets frozen anyway. And Kristoph ends up being unable to contribute jack all. It's Elsa who does it. I get that "sibling love" is also a form of 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.
19th Apr '17 7:03:39 PM 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! And even if they do have a sequel, it doesn't always mean it's gonna be good; just be self-contained!" 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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* [=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! And even if they do have a sequel, it doesn't always mean it's gonna be good; just be self-contained!" 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]].
18th Apr '17 7:49:09 PM FromtheWordsofBR
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* [=FromtheWordsofBR=]: "Bag of Money". In this episode, Arnold, Gerald, and Sid find...well, [[ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin a bag of $3,937]]. 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"--keep this in mind, because this is going to bite him back in the butt later. 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 money bag and he winds up with a bag of bird seeds. Sid and Gerald don't believe Arnold's silly but true story. At first, it's all like "No, that's impossible, that can't be true, I don't believe you but I still trust you," but then it goes FromBadToWorse. Sid eventually convinces everybody that Arnold stole the money and says that the pink haired lady story is actually an excuse, and they 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 never gets a comeuppance for his harsh, hypocritical actions. Sorry, but no, not even the ending can {{easily forgive|n}} that. And second, why would they think a kid like Arnold would steal the money? He is the "most honest guy around", after all.

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* [=FromtheWordsofBR=]: "Bag of Money". In this episode, Arnold, Gerald, and Sid find...well, [[ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin a bag of containing $3,937]]. 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"--keep this in mind, because this is going to bite around", which bites him back in the butt later.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 money bag and he winds up with a bag of bird seeds. Sid and Gerald don't believe Arnold's silly but true story. At first, it's all like "No, that's impossible, that can't be true, I don't believe you but I still trust you," but then it goes FromBadToWorse. Sid eventually convinces everybody that Arnold stole the money and says that the pink haired lady story is actually an excuse, and they 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 never gets a comeuppance for his harsh, hypocritical actions. Sorry, but no, not even the ending can {{easily forgive|n}} that. And second, why would they think a kid like Arnold would steal the money? He is the "most honest guy around", after all.
17th Apr '17 11:17:10 PM Kishou
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** Kishou: Personally I felt the guy in the Goober suit was a DesignatedVillain for the episode. I get Goober was meant to be a joke and parody on [[Series/Barney&Friends Barney the Dinosaur]], but Chuckie and Dil honestly liked having a role model who wasn't so scary looking. They could have done something nice with Gobber to show that it's okay for friends to like different things, and it was kind of half-assed with emphasizing all Goober does is "give hugs". Yes, what the guy in the suit did was pretty mean stealing another kid's toy (and all the horrible parenting points go to Didi for not noticing this), but we don't know anything about this guy besides he's kind of a jerk. He might have a legit reason to hate the Reptar suit guy. He was eating his sandwich, for one, and when he threatened him, the Reptar guy just mocked him saying he would give it back if he would "give me a hug!" In the end, he lost the fight, and everyone cheers for Reptar for saving the kids he sent flying while booing him for saying "hey, I could have done that too!" It was really both their faults as Reptar pushed Gobber into the table that sent the babies flying.

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** Kishou: Personally I felt the guy in the Goober suit was a DesignatedVillain for the episode. I get Goober was meant to be a joke and parody on [[Series/Barney&Friends [[Series/BarneyAndFriends Barney the Dinosaur]], but Chuckie and Dil honestly liked having a role model who wasn't so scary looking. They could have done something nice with Gobber to show that it's okay for friends to like different things, and it was kind of half-assed with emphasizing all Goober does is "give hugs". Yes, what the guy in the suit did was pretty mean stealing another kid's toy (and all the horrible parenting points go to Didi for not noticing this), but we don't know anything about this guy besides he's kind of a jerk. He might have a legit reason to hate the Reptar suit guy. He was eating his sandwich, for one, and when he threatened him, the Reptar guy just mocked him saying he would give it back if he would "give me a hug!" In the end, he lost the fight, and everyone cheers for Reptar for saving the kids he sent flying while booing him for saying "hey, I could have done that too!" It was really both their faults as Reptar pushed Gobber into the table that sent the babies flying.
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