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Live Blog When Worlds Collide: Yet Another Liveblog Of A Pooh's Adventures Episode
Psyga3152012-02-02 10:35:26

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Part Final: Anything Poohs

Well, this is it. The finale of this Live blog. Weíve been through a lot together these past few parts. Itís time to finish it.

Part 12 of 12

So the Phantom TARDIS flies off after transforming back into the gift box. It turns out that the entire film took five minutes in real time. Cassandra Truth ensues. Oh, Boy Here We Go Again! ensues.


During The Stinger, Raiden says that he sensed an odd feeling in Triumph101ís head. Triumph101 says that he had a headache during his Curbstomp Battle with Gasket. It turns out that everytime he resorts to using the Zords, he strains his brain, confirming that yes, itís used similar to how the Battleborgs or the Red Battlezord work. Raiden reveals that Triumph101 has to find Ninjor. So this is either Triumph101 being Put on a Bus, or him getting his own Spin-Off movie. Odds are with the former.

And then we go back to a giant space ship. Maybe itís Bowser given how itís the only way to tell if itís him or not. Plus he has been mentioned a couple of times throughout the video. No, wait, its Dark Nu- WAIT? DARK NUVA? HOW IS HE STILL ALIVE?

Wataru: Well, itís much like how Heero survived blowing up his own mech.

Ah, right. He had to pull the whole Heero Yuy tactic. It also helps that he is mostly a robot like Gasket and can repair himself. So Dark Nuva says that he is immortal (This might be the reason why he goes all ďno one caresĒ, he knows he will survive), and Gasket asks if he remembers the deal, and Nuva says that he knows how it feels to lose something like a treasure. Oh, and Nuvaís now more machine than man. And thatís it. So... wait, Gasket is now with Nuva? Even though in the last part, he was going to take him in as his prisoner?

Wataru: Deal with the Devil?

Okay, Iíll buy that. And so with that, Winnie The The Pooh and Phantom Tollbooth comes to a close.

So, what do I think of it? It is great. No, seriously, I liked this Poohís Adventures. Despite some flaws that appear rarely, this is by far the best I have ever seen. Even better than the last one I saw. I actually have more gripes with the movie than I did with Pooh. The epic moments, though short, were some of the best I have ever seen in Poohís Adventures. By far, this is the best I have ever seen. I am not going to ruin the image I have for Poohís Adventures now and retire from making any more live blogs about it for a while. Well, this is Psyga315, saying see you later!

The King: It was an honor to be here and live blog with you.

Yes it was, Hark, Yes it was.

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