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The story of Joe Camel coming back to his hometown to rediscover his root. Only to rediscover the reason he left. He then left again.
Dead or Alive, the high profile courtroom drama series.
edited 10th Dec '10 10:00:21 AM by Blurring
Noone will ever forget the Beach Episode...
Eversion:The Math Lesson Plan!
Maple Town no Naku Koro Ni.
The numbers will eat your face off if you answer incorrectly.
Ever seen Happy Tree Friends?
Rubix: The Movie
And they said Hypercube had no rules.
Also: screw Happy Tree Friends. That's about as subtle and clever as a shotgun blast to the face. I want something that's cute and cuddly on one face and freakin' Silent Hill 2 on the other. I suppose Eversion is already a pretty good example, but there's only so much you can do with a little asterisk-man...
Now, for my next contribution:
Metal Gear Solid: The Saturday Morning Cartoon.
edited 10th Dec '10 11:28:05 PM by Ryusui
Set 20 years in the future where Snake is retired and now train a team of 5 cadets with different abilities who saved the world from various villains but somehow everybody lives.
CSI Miami the children educational animated series.
edited 12th Dec '10 7:01:09 AM by Blurring
Children are taught how to tell if their parents or friends are murderers, all done with (animated) stuffed animals and hand puppets!
Tsukihime: The Musical
edited 12th Dec '10 7:30:51 AM by Darxzero
The dadaist piece 'Wauri Ne' cause most of the test audience to walk out.
XKCD as a prime-time FOX special.
edited 12th Dec '10 11:30:48 AM by mrsaturn
Pilot for a combination live action, animated series. Mostly a slice-of-life comedy, with occasional forays into math and computer geekery in the animated, stick-figure portions. Canceled after eight episodes, just when it was getting good. Picked up by Cartoon Network eight years later, but they just run episodes 2-4 over and over in varying order.
The Real World Online
edited 12th Dec '10 11:29:41 AM by BlackWolfe
Hat Guy is brought in to offer snarky political commentary. He's promptly dragged off as he attempts to deploy a mind control ray or something else sufficiently Genre Savvy enough to abuse a TV appearance for.
It provides nothing other than a camera feed for your house.
NetHack: The TV Series
edited 12th Dec '10 11:30:26 AM by sgrunt
Nicolas Cage stars in this epic TV adventure/ drama as he wanders through a pixellated nightmare of a world where everything wants him dead.
Punch Out: The Sitcom
In this Gut-Bustingly hilarious Sitcom Starring Christain Bale, we follow the life of a boxer who meets with some of the Nicest Foreigners and delvier Knock-out One Liners
Mass Effect: the Sketch Show
It involves Shepard, Wrex and Tali' performing awkwardly in a variety of mundane situations, often leading to violent results.
I Wanna Be The Guy: The Musical.
The bottom of the stage is lined with spikes, and the spotlights spit fireballs.
The Matrix The Musical.
Now with Audience Participation! All of our audience members get to take the blue pill or the red pill!
Final Fantasy: The Frozen Dessert.
edited 23rd Dec '10 3:41:30 PM by Ryusui
in this incredibly hilarious and heartwarming story by Disney, we follow the story of a kid fighting for his dreams in a world of Danger and unrest while songs as beautiful as "that Fucking Flying Fruit" and "GAME OVER! PRESS R TO START AGAIN" blare through the speakers and transport us to the magic beautiful world of...something
The Wire: The Videogame
Think Grand Theft Auto, but with less death and more endless A-button mashing as you skip through expository dialogue. And bugs. Scores of 'em. Can't forget about those tedious bitches.
Cthulhu Mythos, the Saturday Morning Cartoon.
20 minutes of THIS:
Cube the Text Adventure.
it's a show in which Cthulhu and friends decide to play for the heroes side for once helping peoople and the like. think Captain Planet but MORE anvilicioous with the wrongs of the world
A blank book that's completely empty.
Death Note the video game.
Kind of like Scribblenauts, only that you can kill any character in the game in an array of creative ways! As Kira, kill the likes of Churchill, Gabe Newwell, Sherlok Holmes, Mickey Mouse, Sadam Hussein and even YOG-SOTOTH! Only be sure to avoid the police!! Only for the Nintendo DS.
Fallout 3 on Ice
edited 23rd Dec '10 8:19:33 PM by heartlessmushroom
oh great. it starts with Audience Participation to create the Main Character. and then as nobody agrees it stays like that. just an empty Ice Sage
Harry Potter: the Snarky reviewer ala TGWTG
He reviews live magic acts.
Tengen Toppa Gurren Lagann: The Musical
The singing is very loud and manly.
Homestuck: The radio play
It starts out going well, but Von Fawn and Teleharmonic are sick when the lines are recorded, so the people in charge bring in 4kids voice actors instead. (And not Dan Green either)
Sabriel: The Movie
edited 24th Dec '10 5:08:01 PM by Shadowbell
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