"No cartoon has a story. Cartoons don't have stories, only continuity. They're either fun to look at or they aren't."
—Anonymous animation teacher when asked by a student for advice on storytelling skills for animation.
"In order to 'rehabilitate' him, Novicorp transplants his mind into a baboon (don't ask), but things go haywire and Fingal ends up in the central computer, where he creates his own virtual reality simulation of Casablanca to pass the time while he destroys much of the world. Yes, he's 'the hero'...And if you ever wondered what Humphrey Bogart would have been like if he were Puerto Rican, your dreams are about to come true."
Chris: Jet’s lie detector is one of my favorite little bits about this movie, if only because it shouts “LIAR!” in a very accusatory robot voice.
Matt: It’s weird how some arbitrary things work and others don’t. “Jet Girl has a lie detector just because she’s smart and she does” is fine, but “the girls go to this junk store in a WP-branded tank because they feel like it” is a head-scratcher.
Chris: On one level, you have to respect how much they’re throwing at the wall, but there’s a huge gap between what sticks and what doesn’t.