History WMG / TheMightyBoosh

13th Aug '16 10:20:01 AM ApeAccount
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When his brain cell in "Journey to the Centre of the Punk" said he didn't feel anything for Howard, he was lying, either because his denial was that deep, or because his brain cell wants what Vince wants, which is for Howard not to know. This is supported by Vince realizing he loves Howard later on in the party episode.

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When his brain cell in "Journey to the Centre of the Punk" said he didn't feel anything for Howard, he was lying, either because his denial was that deep, or because his brain cell wants what Vince wants, which is for Howard not to know. This is supported by Vince realizing he loves Howard later on in the party episode.episode.
[[WMG: The contradictions around Vince and Howards ages aren't actually contradictions.]]
At different points in the series the age gap between Vince and Howard seems to change (with a nod to the camera to lampshade the inconsistency). However, both Vince and Howard have been turned back into babies by the fountain of youth at one point. They've also presumably been aged back to adulthood. Who's to say that the difference in their ages hasn't actually changed throughout the show more than once?
19th Sep '13 11:24:44 PM ritsukiyo
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* Naboo- the Superego, always bailing Howard and Vince out of trouble

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* Naboo- the Superego, always bailing Howard and Vince out of troubletrouble

[[WMG: Vince's increased bitchiness is a result of heartache]]
In season one, Vince is very placid and good humoured to most of Howard's egotism and character tics, but in season two he becomes a lot more self-centred and combatant towards Howard. This is because in season two he realized he was falling in love with Howard and wasn't dealing with it well, so he TookALevelInJerkass as he went into denial over it.
When his brain cell in "Journey to the Centre of the Punk" said he didn't feel anything for Howard, he was lying, either because his denial was that deep, or because his brain cell wants what Vince wants, which is for Howard not to know. This is supported by Vince realizing he loves Howard later on in the party episode.
12th Dec '10 7:22:44 PM marksthespot
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Naboo's their shady dealer.

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Naboo's their shady dealer.dealer.

[[WMG: Freudian interpretation:]]
*Vince- the Id, base pleasure-seeking drive
*Howard- the Ego, as he is rather more reasonable
*Naboo- the Superego, always bailing Howard and Vince out of trouble
10th Dec '10 8:25:27 PM Renns
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[[WMG: The entire show is them acid tripping together.]]

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[[WMG: The entire show is them Howard and Vince acid tripping together.]]
9th Dec '10 6:20:13 PM Renns
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This explains the episodic nature of the show, the NegativeContinuity, the purposefully low budget look of the set pieces/costumes, [[{{NoFourthWall}} complete lack of a fourth wall]] (as children often break character to explain bits to their parents), and the overall whimsical nature inherent throughout.

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This explains the episodic nature of the show, the NegativeContinuity, the purposefully low budget look of the set pieces/costumes, [[{{NoFourthWall}} complete lack of a fourth wall]] (as children often break character to explain bits to their parents), and the overall whimsical nature inherent throughout.throughout.

[[WMG: The entire show is them acid tripping together.]]
Naboo's their shady dealer.
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