What are your thoughts about Deep Cuts and Game Off?
I think of Deep Cuts as filler, because the plot is repetitive.
Game Off is more interesting, because it was nice to see old school game. Lincoln was upset, but didn't do anything bad to Lana, because he doesn't overreact. He just worked hard on almost finishing his game and it's understandable he was upset that all his efforts were ruined.
Many episodes have repetitive gags that serve as nothing but filler. For example most of Making the grade is Lisa refusing to help and blaming Lincoln for this. Friendzy is mostly remembered from repeating scenes of siblings inviting more friends. In the Simpson scenes of prank calling also serve as filler. Instead of filler, there could be more interesting scenes showing progress. In many anime series slowing pacing or extending fight scenes serve to fill episodes.
I wonder if the writers write simple cliche episodes, because they lack creativity or because they are ordered by their bosses to not write complex or stories. Why would the latter happen? Because the bosses want to milk the franchise, so they need as many episodes as possible, but put more effort into quantity of stories instead of quality of stories.
I guessed, because I matched characters by personalities. I envy you that you can imagine Louds in such situations. I can't think of a single Disney scene to show you in return.
2019 is crazy in films. 8 films grossed over 1 billion dollars, most of them are Disney. Many fiilms of the last decade focus on feminism and wrongs of discrimination. I know how important it is, but I had contact with this so often, that I hope to avoid it for some time.
Sorry, but it's night time in my homeland, so don't be upset if I don't answer soon.
Actually yeah her reaction would be worse but I can imagine her banging her back on the canyon wall to crush the scorpions, waking up bats and flying into Lola's mouth like the llama and human scene I showed you. That movie is the Emperor's New Groove.
Yes I can. I can even imagine Leo reacting this way.
What do you think would be a good pic of Leo with one of his siblings?
That's one of the funniest scenes in the movie. I love how the bats just fly into Kuzco's mouth. The Emperor's New Groove is one of my mom's favorite movies and mine too. And I just imagine this scene happening with Luna and Lola with Luna being in Pacha's place while Lola in Kuzco's.
I just have a different sense of humor. I was more terrified than amused. The film is different from previous Disney films, because it has a real jerk protagonist, who learns in a very hard way to stop being a jerk.
Lori would have Leopold lying on her left arm, in left hand she's holding cup of yoghurt and in right hand she's holding a spoon.
Her hair is also more spiky, but perhaps as cartoonic she seemed to have prettier face. I still think that's a cool pic.
I'd like to see those pics too.
When fanartists make fanarts, they often tend to exaggerate or flanderize details. For example Sid Chang wears a shirt revealing her shoulders, so many fanartists make this even more revealing. Characters with freckles on face have freckles on shoulders and legs, when in canon they have them only on faces. Maggie is the worst victim of exaggeration.
In Sam's bio she thinks 1 sibling is chaos enough. If she knows how to take care of babies, then she's specialized only in Simon, who was a manace to her. She's surprised, when she experience Leo and Lily as much less troublemaking.
I don't know, it's just a story idea.
I did think about Sam accidentally pushing the stroller away and they chase the babies all through town and they fall in river or something. And when they think the babies drowned, Sam cries "It's all my fault." And i even imagine Luna picking up teddy bear and crying while hugging it but it turns out the babies are fine as it turns out they escaped the stroller before it went into water.
That's not bad idea that Sam thinks baby are lost and she blames herself. Luna hugging teddy bear due to sorrow of lost baby sibs would look very emotional in my imagination. How about Sam and Luna try to talk to each other, but the babies keep interrupting them with their needs like hunger or wanting a hug?
Too bad, I can imagine such a pic. I imagine Leo's 15 year old self wearing a green shirt, blue jeans and white shoes and his hair being similar to Chandler's except longer in the back. I'm not sure how to imagine 30 year old Luna except that she still has her pixie cut and purple eyeshadow and purple shirt with skull.
That's a good image of teen Leopold. When I make pics of Leo, I use Lily as base, now I think of using Loni Loud as teen Leo's base, but I'd have to change shape of nose. I can imagine adult Luna has wearing dark leather jacket and longer skirt with some logos.
I saw your prologue of 15 years into future, nice start. Leopold and Lily are teens, so it's normal they are more confrontational and fight.
I wondered who Leopold would be in future. He likes connecting blocks and puzzles, in future he'd build models of buildings. If motivated correctly, he'd be an architect. He'd be into solid constructions, in contrast to Lincoln's artism. What do you think?
When I learned from Veen that my ban was removed, I smiled a lot. I'm very happy that I was allowed to return, also all my honors restored (badges). When on villains wiki our message board is full, then we will talk here. I'll use it to the end for practical reasons.
To be honest my dad took me to a small town, where nothing happens. I took lot of walks there and lost 10 pounds after almost 2 weeks. However walking on small town can get boring for so long. After few days you already know small town and don't need a map. Interesting were only 2 days, in one my aunt and uncle visited us, in another my dad and I visited graves of my grandparents and greatgrandparents.
I thought you have your own vacations and that's why you don't respond. Besides I had limited internet during vacations, so I could check my emails only at mornings and evenings.
The film is more comedic and more sci-fi spin off of the original series. The titular characters are former MI6 agent and CIA agent, who hate each other, but they must work together to stop a terrorist organisation from causing mass destruction for sake of their delusional cause.
You are going to have lot of fun on this comic con. After this, would you describe your experience?
When I saw remake of Aladdin, I constantly feared if this song performance is changed for worse. I thought some of my scenes are skipped, but no, the ending with elephants made me widely smile. I was happy to see this https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1at7kKzBYxI
I've only listened to "Old Town Road" couple times. I do like that Billy Ray Cyrus is in it. Last song I listened to of him was "Back to Tennesse".
I'll be sure to tell you my experience at the upcoming comic con I go. And I can tell you about the last one I went to. I got a two different photo ops; One with Nolan North & Troy Baker together, the dynamic duo in video games. And one with Kevin Conroy, the voice of Batman from the Animated Series and the Arkham video game series. I also played a VR game for the first time called Saber Beats. There was also a Smash Bros tourney I participated in. I ranked in 8th place out of 20 as Sonic.
You have great honor to have photos with such talented voice actors. It's Troy, not Tory, Tory is a female name :). How did you feel standing next to them? It must have been exciting. If you played Saber Beats, then it surely was enjoyable like here https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gV1sw4lfwFw. 8/20 is a high rank in my opinion. Interesting to hear how you felt a year ago.
It was such a cool feeling. After the camera flashed, I shook their hands told them it was great to meet them and that I was a big fan of their work. I would've like to stick around for another minute and ask each of them a question, but I had to move along for the next fan to get their picture.
Somehow another ep about Leni, Fiona and Miguel doesn't interest me. I am already afraid of Lincoln being a laughing stock again and making relationship with sour by not being goth in her club, shame because he looks cool as radical goth.
Hmmm. I see no point in Lincoln being in Grave Mistake. The sudden interest of being in Lucy’s club makes no sense to me.
As for Leader of the Rack, I feel like this will become a good experience for Leni in being in the role of “leader”, so that when Lori goes to College, she’ll be ready to take over as the “oldest sibling in the house”.
Now I speculate that Lincoln is the titular grave mistake, because by asking him for help, Lucy only caused her failure of becoming next club president.
Indeed, this ep can train Leni into becoming a leader. I always suspected Luna would take mantle of the oldest sibling after Lori goes to college, this episode can show that Leni knows how to lead enough. However mistaking manequine for a real woman was just idiotic instead of funny, by making such goofs Leni makes herself too similar to London Tipton from infamous sitcom Suite Life.
I managed to watch remake of Lion King and I think reviewers complained too much. What I didn't like that Simba had different vision of Mufasa. In original he saw his spirit in clouds, when in remake Mufasa lightning on clouds and he wasn't show for long enough.
Yeah, I agree about Mufasa. I know they were keeping things realistic and all, but I would've liked it if they had shown more of Mufasa's spirit in the clouds. Also, Simba seeing Rafiki just sitting there when he first saw him was creepy to me.
My favorite stories are "I'm with the Band", because it explores Luna and Lincoln's relationship further. He was helpful and she was annoyed, so they argued, but she regreted this. I like how she apologized him, took him on stage and hugged him to thank him. I also like story about Lincoln making shool project with Stella and Lincoln, they succeeded despite struggles and Stella was nicely used here.
You did a good job by expanding it, now it looks much better.
What do you think of artists that use drugs to stimulate themselves? I think if they depend on drugs, then they don't believe in their own skills. They risk their health and life for sake of profit. Such artists are bad examples to follow. They depend on drugs so much that they can't live without them like it was oxygen for them, without them they are useless at their job.
Honestly, I was taught that doing drugs is never good so I've never done any and I do think people should not be so dependent on them. However, I do know some people who smoke medical marijuana since we live in one of the states where it's legal. I don't wanna get too into it, but I find it so stupid how and why marijuana was made illegal to begin with. I've never taken it either, but they did let me smell it one time. Worst thing I ever let my nose smell. Skunks got nothing on it.
I also was taught that drugs or any addictions are never good. Images and videos of addicts were shown to me, there were so scary to convience me how bad they are. Victims of addictions lose their familes, jobs and homes because of this.
The first picture does look cute. Unfortunately, I've seen a comment that said it was confirmed the lady from the Burnt Bean isn't Sam's mom and that it's an animated version of Amy Reynolds. I do like seeing how Stella looks as Ace Savvy.
I don't know who would be better since I haven't seen the movie yet.
I just now got back from the Comic-con I mentioned. I didn't get to meet any famous celebrities, but I did buy some cool stuff and took good pictures of folks in cool costumes. It was neat.
I don't know about more Asian, but if I had to decide between the two, I would pick... Stella.
I got this hand cannon prop from the Destiny video game series. A Hufflepuff pocket watch, a poster of various blocks and items shaping the form of Mario from Super Mario Maker 2 that I could've gotten for free if I won a match against on of the vendors in a Smash Bros. Ultimate match, and a free Avengers Endgame poster. As for scary cosplayers, there was one who was dressed as Beetlejuice. Even this group of teens was nervous speaking to him. And there was one of the vendors at this scary looking booth that had a boa constrictor snake on her shoulders and I got to feel its scales. It was looking at me like it was gonna strike, but they reassured me that it's used to people.
Indeed, Stella looks more Asian. When I saw Sid first, I thought she's caucascian.
I heard about the video game Destiny, but I never played it. Still such prop must look cool. The pocket watch is quite practical. At least you had fun playing Smach Bros Ultimate match. Cool that you received free poster of Avengers Endgame.
I can't blame the teens for being nervous in front of a man dressed as such grotesque character. When I was a kid, I was afraid of him. Once I also had adventure with snake, when I was posing to a photo in circus, I had it on my shoulders and I was afraid of it, but owner of the snake calmed me down by saying that the snake is well fed.
The second video is cute. I like the first one more.
The music in it sounds cool and the father/son playful moment between them is sweet. And whenever the papa lion raised its head with its mouth open, I just imagine the sound of Mufasa laughing in my head.
Her cub left too far, so he needed to be disciplined.
I haven't watched Leader of Rack yet. A Grave Mistake wasn't as bad as I expected. Lincoln wasn't that terrible assistant, Lucy more lacked skills and charisma to be president. It was her idea to make Lincoln join the club so he would vote on her, so the club members leaving her looks like proper karma. I wonder if Lucy or Lincoln screw the funeral more. Reveal that Lucy digs graves since she's 2 sounds morbid, even for her. This episode would be better, if Clyde didn't cry so long and so loud. The show makers said they wouldn't feature death, this episode shows how little their promises are. The episode isn't very exciting, I give it average note.
The way I thought this episode would go was that Lincoln wanted to support Lucy due to her not coming to him for poem advice as much as she used to and that being in the club to help her become president as a goth would be the best way to do it, and then somehow, despite his screw-ups, she'd become president. We didn't get to see as much of Goth Lincoln as much as I thought we would. I'm not sure that Lincoln's vote would've actually counted since he had just joined within three seconds and, to me, that seems like a conflict of interest. I did not think everyone would up and quit the club after she become president. I'm glad the club got back together to give Ricky a better send-off. I also didn't expect to see Luna, but that was a touching song she sang at the funeral. And I like how Lucy has a little crib set up for Fangs in her locker.
All in all, This was a good episode that focus on the Morticians club. I also recently learned there was a controversy that happened due a tweet that was posted the day before this premiered about Lincoln being called a "goth e-boy". I never really understood it till I looked up what e-boy means. The only time I've heard of Eboy was from that character from "Wreck-It Ralph 2".
I also thought of episode plot like you did. Lincoln helping Lucy badly, but she wins anyway. Everyone quited, because all saw Lucy's ugly side, cheating to win. I think they would vote for expelling Lucy instead of quitting. All members shouldn't be leaving for something bad one member did.
I don't like that punk goth Lincoln wasn't used very much, I consider it as a wasted potential. Luna's performance stole the show. I also don't understand the controversy. I thought by writing "e-boy", the author meant "emo boy" or "a boy".
Ms Carmichael fired Leni pretty easily in Crimes of Fashion, she didn't bother to investigate if she's culprit or not. In Leader of the Rack she promoted Leni as temporary manager despite she's not the smartest employee. Those actions make me think that she just wants to get rid of Leni to either for sake of sparing cash or removing potential competition. In Leader of a Rack I suspect she picked Leni, because she expected her to fail and give her and excuse to fire her.
Huh. I never thought of it like that. Now that I have, this just reminds me of a manager I used to work for five years ago who was (in my aggresive opinion) the biggest scumbag ever and a failure as a human being. Ms. Carmichael is not as bad as that manager, unless started acting like a tyrant and showed acts of prejudice.
What I liked about that episode is that not only was this a good experience for Leni to embrace the role of a leader, but Albert and Myrtle got to have speaking roles again. And Leni's nickname that he had for her; Leni-penny. Makes me wonder what other nicknames he has for his grandkids. Does being called his look-alike count for Lincoln?
I'm sorry to hear you had such bad boss. Such people cause frustration and employees with such bad mood are not good at working. Yet such bosses blame their employees for failures, when they are too blame for faling to motivate them.
Leni indeed got good experience, because now she knows more about managing. Albert and Myrtle had their lines, that's better than cameos in Cooked!. "His look-alike" doesn't sound much affectionate, so to me it doesn't count. I think Myrtle would call Lucy Blackie, Luan Sweettooth. I guess you like Albert, because he's fan-loving grandfather, but what do you think of Myrtle? To me I don't know her enough to have opinion.
I like Myrtle. At least when she wasn't smothering so much. From going on the Astonishing Quest, to doing a 5000-metre run, she seems to keep up with Albert on the physical activities he likes to do. Which I think is good, especially considering how very active he was in "The Old and the Restless".
Next graphic novels are called "Ultimate Hangout" and "Many faces of Lincoln Loud". The former seems to focus on the Louds' adventures with their friends, Leni and Becky, Luna and Sam, etc. Because Stella is on the cover, I hope there will be chapter(s) focusing on her. The latter novel seems to be about Lincoln's many interests like survival or Ace Savvy or detective investigations.
Honestly, as soon as I read this, I was like, "Wait, what?" and checked for The Casagrandes intro. I really like it. Definitely a better intro than what we've got before during the "with the Casagrandes" episodes during season 4.
Between the two intros, I can't decide which one I like better. I do agree that the Casagrande intro sounds calmer than the Loud House intro. Oh, and thankfully, they haven't forgotten about Nikki, Casey and Sameer. I saw them during the intro, so we'll for sure be seeing more of them in the future.
The alternate ending was so refreshing. Thanks for the link. Nice satire especially about Lincoln not developing and Grave Mistake. I enjoy LH characters being actors playing their characters. However there was no need of mentioning loudcest.
Sadly Sam is known only from two things, being lesbian and being Luna's girlfriend. The writers can write her as somebody more. Racing Hearts revealed some of her other interests rock climbing, talking to animals, sailing, organic juices. Still we don't know much about her.
I hope it doesn't sound cruel, but without Luna with her Sam can show more of herself. This already happened to Bobby in Store Wars, without Lori he showed to be more than a bland boyfriend.
I still wish to see what kind of boy is her brother Simon. We don't even know if he's younger or older. Sam finds him annoying, but it seems she just doesn't know how to appreciate him. I don't think he's an obnoxious brat, but a little brother who wants to have Sam's attention. Alternatively Simon can a boy who likes reading or drawing and Sam's music interrupts his hobbies.
Recently I learned that younger siblings imitate the older ones as sign of admiring them. This was main theme of episode Roll Model. I wonder who in the Loud family looked up to who. Leni surely admired Lori, they have very similar interests, Lola gets on well with them, so she admired them. Lori looked up to her mom, who surely was more feminine back then. As for the tomboys Luan admired her dad for joking, Lynn admired him for sports. Lana admired Lynn, that's why they both are so tomboyish. Luna is a complex case, she was more feminie before meeting Mick Swagger, so initially she admired mom, but later she admired dad for music and then Mick. Lucy probably never admired her parents but great grandmom Harriet. Lisa never admired her family, because she finds them stupid and instead she admired scientists. It's very hard to guess who Lincoln admired.
New special Kings of Con looks interesting. Lincoln, Clyde and his sisters go to comic convention. But please, writers, may this be about Lincoln hanging out with his sisters more than with Clyde. Clincoln was the worst part of Tricked!, I hope Kings of Con don't make same mistake. Maybe it's a wishful thinking, but I want Renee to appear there.
Wow. I was hoping there would be an episode like this in the future. I'm really looking forward to this special. It would be nice if it was more about Lincoln hanging out with his sisters at an Ace Savvy convention. I'd say they've really come a long way since "Sleuth or Consequences".
Sorry for mentioning it, but it looks like a response to nsl, because the sisters support Lincoln in his activity after he was forced to support their. I saw "Deal me out" and "Crimes of Fashion" as apologies for wasted conevtion plots in "Sleuth or Consequences". It seems the writers don't like cats, because cat antagonist is there, what I find as a poor choice. SoS teaches about having thick skin, but the sisters were insufferable and now they do what they mocked Lincoln for, do they feel ashamed now? Dressing on convention is not different from dressing on Halloween, somehow now sister mocked their HW costumes.
I kinda stumbled upon this wiki page recently that pretty much summarizes the toxicness of the Loud Houses fandom, as well as the hatedom. I pretty much skimmed through a lot of it till I reached the redeeming qualities part. With what it says about there being good fan artists and good fanfiction writers, I feel like it's leaving out plenty of other good artists and writers. Like That-Engineer, Parasomnico, admiralDT8, NickTheIrkenArtist and you.
Also, I did see the part that says "Requiem for a Loud" by UnderratedHero is a bad fanfic, which I disagree on and don't think that's fair. It's gotten a lot of favs and reviews. And yet, I still never found the time to finish reading it.
I read this too, I find many examples as exaggerated. One of the most aburdal example is comparing Chris Savino to John Kricfalusi. Even if fandom has toxic members, its not a reason to dislike the series. That-Engineer is one of the best writers no doubt.
I read Requiem for a Loud, I don't think it's a bad fanfic, it's just a sad and dark story like it's supposed to be.
Have you read premieses of new eps? Can't wait is about Lori working as waiter in her dad's restaurant. She worked well as waitress in the Waiting Game, Job Insecurity and Tripped!, so it's strange that now she's supposed to have troubles. Another episode A Mutt Above will be about Lana training Charles for a dog show just because a mean classmate mocked him. The latter sounds more interesting to me.
I think it would be good to have at least one of the siblings working at their dad's restaurant. I'm just imagining in my head Luna telling Lori about her short experience as a waiter at the Aloha Comrade about how people can be so demanding before someone points out she only had one customer before she lost her patience. I guess it would depend on how stressful it gets while working at Lynn's Table. I could never work in any restaurant or fast food place cause that line of work is too stressful for me.
The plot for A Mutt Above sounds similar to a couple other shows I've seen.
Then let's hope the writers still care about continuity. It's weird that character that had same job in 3 different companies now struggles in 4th one. Perhaps Lynn's Table is more successful than Aloha Comrade, so it has more customers and this means more work, too much for 1 waitress.
I also saw episodes like this. That's why I'm not interested.
I'm most interested in Kings of Con the most and I hope Renee will be there.
In all animations 2d or 3d or video games making locations take most time of the production. In 3d animations it's much easier to make changes than in 2d. To me animation can stay in 2d, if the story gets better. Samurai Jack didn't have realistic animation, but it was still amazing and story was very mature for early 21st century.
I find the upclose view of the feet unneccesary, but I see what you are saying.
When they do make a console game for the Loud House, I'd like it if they make the characters and locations and ect. 3D. If they can't for budget reasons or whatever, then I wouldn't mind them still being 2D, depending on what the setting of it is.
I never really watched much of Samurai Jack. Even when the 6th season came out.
Nice example of using self-insert by Lucy. Lucynda had a cool dress, sunburns were quite graphic. Those pirates are so greedy that they lost reasons. Lynn's solution for lack of diaper was stupid, but she made up by buying new book.
I did watch it yesterday. Don't really understand how vampires and pirates would clash, but at least Lucy did get creative with thinking of her own ending. As for Lynn, that was a dumb thing to do. I imagined Lincoln being told of what she did and then being strickly protective of his comic books from her. Though, it was nice of her to get another copy.
Pirates exist since ancient times, they exist today too, but they aren't so fancy. I don't know if Edwin lives in USA or Romania, but pirates have access to both countries. Those pirates wear sterotypical clothes, so children would recognise them. In my old shame fanfic "Bad Blood" Lynn stole Lincoln's drawings for trivial purpose as well, so I accidentally guessed her character. Lynn buying new copy for Lucy reminds me Lori buying new copy for Lincoln in Get the Message. If Lucy gave Lincoln such advice, then he would ask Clyde to keep his comic books safe in his house.
I imagined Lincoln wrote career test and his potential future job is picked as mall cop. He goes to the mall to get some practice and the mall cop from For Bros About to Rock is his keeper. Lincoln learns more about keeping security in the mall, but he has a dillema, when his friend or sister is a deliquent. Later he gets branded as traitor despite just doing his job.
New eps revealed. They seem like HW themed eps like Tea Tale Heart.
Tails of Woe - Stella's music box myseriously disappears, so Lincoln and the gang try to find it and suspect an urban legend character is behind this. My first reaction "Finally another episode about Stella", but then "I suspect it won't be much about Stella, but more about Lincoln and Clyde playing superhero detectives".
Last Loud on Earth - Lincoln and Clyde watch too many zombie films and wake up thinking it's zombie apocalypse. What a misleading title, because it's about Clyde not just Lincoln. Last Boys on Earth would be more fitting. Couldn't it be Lincoln and Lucy, because they both watching horror films would make more sense. The story already reminds me my fanfic "Sinful Night", because main characters watched too many horror films and have a nightmare.
I feel like they've shown more Halloween themed episodes than they have for other holidays.
Hopefully the first one will give Stella plenty of screentime. And I'm guessing this music box may belong to her granny's.
As for the second one, I feel it may result into Lincoln and Clyde doing some irrational things. And hopefully whatever reason the Loud family have for not being at home won't trigger anything related to NSL. Like intentionally leaving Lincoln home alone because they didn't want him with them. But, maybe not.
april fools eps - 4 - April fools rules, fool's paradise, fool me twice, pranks for memories
hw eps - 5 - 1 flu over lh, price of admission, tricked! (best of them to me), jeers for fears, tea tale heart
You have a point that hw themed eps are the most.
Indeed, Stella would inherit the music box after her grandmom.
I never thought of NSL, I think Lincoln and Clyde are just having a nightmare or they overslept and rest of the Louds simply forgot about them. Lincoln and Lucy would be more interesting than Lincoln and Clyde, because the siblings would exchange their views about zombie apocalypse. Because Lincoln think being alone means zombie apocalypse, I think the writers make him dumber, what I don't like.
Luan looked like this in age of 8, so it's about 4 years before Luna changed into rocker. According to For Bros about to Rock, she was in 7th grade (age 13), when her life changed. According to her episode of Listen Out Loud, she was 7, when she got interested in this music genre.
Because in fbatr Luna said that until this day she didn't know who she wants to be, I imagined her as supporting Lincoln in finding his life path, because Lincoln is 11 and still doesn't have his life ambition.
I also am very interested in the double Premiere. Kings of the Con interests me, because I hope it's not a copy of Tricked!, where was too much of Clincoln and too little of the sisters. I already watched Going Overboard and it was awesome. Walk don't run has quite interesting premiese and may Sid shows more of herself.
Kings of Con is Making the Case done in wrong way. Lincoln was overshadowed by the sisters even in his comfort zone, so out of jealousy he sabotages them and they get reward and he doesn't. He conviences Clyde to help him mistreat a cat.
That's it. I'm done with the Loud House. The writers destroyed Lincoln's character too many times. They don't want him to hang out with his sisters like a normal brother, they want him to be the worst at everything.
The two things that I liked about this episode was that all the Loud siblings together as their superhero alter egos. Though, I much prefer "The Full House" over "The Full Deck" for their group name. And the way they all came together against Kitty Kat. Oh, and there was that minor moment where Lincoln was holding Lana's hand. I thought it was a cute big bro/lil sis moment.
They could've made this episode better in serveral ways. Like Ace and Jack (Lincoln and Clyde) called on each member of the deck for each of the challenges at the booths while pulling out a card with their picture on them. As the saying goes, "teamwork makes the dream work". They didn't need to have them bombing in front of the judges each time. And Lincoln could've taken a moment to see how the people really like what he created and feel pride in that. At least, that's what I would do. I was surprised that Chaz, Joey and Becky were't there. I really would've like to see their reactions to see the sisters as heros from their favorite comic series. And Bill Buck should've been there too as a third judge.
I'm sorry that you feel that way about The Loud House. One would think the writers and other staff were listening to the fans about what they didn't like what they did before in the previous seasons. But there is still The Casagrandes. Have you seen the "Walk Don't Run" episode?
Do the writers want to make LH the Simpsons so badly? Why don't they come to ideas like yours? If this happened, then I would enjoy the episode. Maybe it's better that Chaz with Joey and Becky weren't there, because they didn't see what monsters Lincoln and Clyde became. To add insult to injury this episode was written by Whitney Wetta and Sammie Crawley, who I respected, now I don't after this.
I still haven't watched Walk Don't Run, but I plan to. I'm not done with the Casagrandes.
To think I wanted to write a fanfic about Ace Savvy, after this episode I'm removing it from plan. Maybe the show gets better stories and character developments, when the old writers get replaced by new ones. Half of the original staff left.
Casagrandes episode Walk Don't Run was much better, part of finding dogs was fun to watch (Gotta find them all plot), I didn't see that all eating chiuaua swallowing dog whistle. Sid and Ronnie had very busy day and were harshly punished. Carlino was so smug and greedy like Louie in Ducktales, ironically in Polish dub they have the same voice actor. So I think he deserved to be clawed by cats and chasing the dogs. Moral of the episode is "don't get more work than you're able to do". That's how the good episodes are supposed to be written like.
I mean, you can still do it regardless of the events in that episode. But, if you really don't want to anymore, that's up to you.
It was a good episode. When Ronnie Anne and Sid kept getting more dogs, I was thinking they weren't really gonna remember all the details for each dog. Like, I would've had to write it all down just to remember them all. But, they actually did without writing it down. What Carl did was pretty smug, and he did receive some well-deserved karma.
Do you also watch the new Ducktales? I'm caught up on both seasons. I find it interesting how Louie and Carl both have the same Polish voice actor.
Maybe I overreacted, but I don't like when Lincoln is written as extremely selfish like he was in S1. I think comic books have better stories than the tv show like "I'm with the band". Comic stories at least try to be original and heartwarming.
I'm more into Casagrandes now than in LH. I also expected RA and S to not remember all details without making notes. When they remembered, I am glad they aren't like Lincoln and Clyde. Carl conned Ronnie and Sid, so he had this coming.
I watched both seasons of Ducktales. I watched this out of nostalgia, like most kids in 90s I watched the original show. More interesting is that in Polish dub reboot Scrooge is voiced by son of the late actor who voiced original Scrooge. Reboot has interesting and unpredictable stories. To me it's good that the triplets have different personalities, what makes them more unique. Like many I complain about Donald not appearing too often. This version of Donald is nicer to his nephews what makes him more likable. My favorite episode so far is this about Donald reuniting with his old friends in Mexican town.
I don't remember much about the 90s version other than the intro, but I really like the reboot version. I may or may not have listened to the reboot theme song a bunch of times during the first few weeks it came onto Youtube. That's cool how the son of the Polish voice actor for the original Scrooge is now the voice for the reboot Scrooge. Way to carry on a legacy.
I was really into the Della Duck mystery. When it was finally solved... man, was that a dramatic tearjerker. I like the friendship between Lena and Webby and how Lena always stood up to Magica De Spell for Webby's sake. And Violet is like the "Lisa" to their friendship circle. It was very cool how we got to see Della Duck's character from being stranded on the moon until she was finally back home and learning to be a mom to the triplets. I was so happy to see that reunion. I would say that was my most favorite episode. Scrooge's alliteration makes me chuckle every now and then. It's too bad General Lunaris showed his true colors for who he really is. I really like Lance Reddick's work.
On the DisneyNow app, there used to be a game where people could make their own Ducktales character. It's gone now, but I made two using it - A brother and sister. I've thought about making OCs out of them for the show, but I never had time for them. If I still have pictures of them, I could show them to you someday. And I sometimes thought about what it would be like if The Loud family were as adventerous as Scrooge and his family.
Della Duck's mystery was most interesting part of S1, but I find Della was irresponsible and immature to steal rocket before becoming a mother despite warnings of her brother and uncle. Now I wait for an episode about Donald and Della arguing and fighting for who should raise the triplets. Violet isn't like "Lisa", more like "Lucy".
I never heard about such application. If you restore those pictures, then it's ok. If LH were adventurous, the show would be more interesting.
I eventually decided to watch HW eps of LH. Last Loud on Earth was quite predictable to me, the only funny thing was Lola taking Mayor Davis' microphone to tell Lincoln and Clyde to come to the mall. I watched ep about Stella's lost music box. This gave her some character, but the episode wasn't that entertaining.
I was thinking Last Loud on Earth would be a nightmare episode, but since they stayed up, I then thought they were being pranked and that they'd be in trouble with ransacking through the various stores. This actually reminds me of the episode "Roughin' It" since Lincoln and Clyde were using survival skills they learned. Turns out there actually was a major storm and the dads were trying to find them. But then, why the constant groaning and limping from the start? One detail that I liked they included was how they brought back the slide Lisa made to Lincoln's window from "For Bros About to Rock".
I liked Tails of Woe. Stella had plenty of focus and it had a good mystery. The music box looks pretty nice. And that toupee does not look good on Principal Wiggins- I mean, Huggins. I had a feeling something was suspicious about Norm being in the basement. I wasn't buying that "scuffle" in the closet. I didn't expect the Rat Beast to be real. But at least he's just a harmless hoarder with a corn chip addiction. I do admire Stella's bravery. Much braver than Rusty was. Though, I do wonder what Lincoln had to share in class.
You say interesting comprassion. Indeed The Last Loud was like Roughing It in zombie climate. I liked this slide from For Bros About To Rock, it was good fpr continuity. I knew from the start that the zombies were Lynn Sr, Howard and Harold, because of their siliquotes (don't know how to spell) matched. I was afraid they could seriously wound their dads. Even if they didn't know they weren't zombies, they should be grounded not for disobidience, but for wounding their dads. The constant groaning and limping was, because the fathers broke their throats by constant calling their sons and they were exhausted.
They you were more suspicious about Norm than me, I didn't suspect him for anything. Huggins indeed doesn't look good with the wig, but I can't blame him for trying. Good plot twist that the Rat Beast is just a little thief and not a man-eating monster. Strange that Rusty was cowardly, because he watched the Harvester in the Price of Admission. Stella's determination made her brave. I think school project subplot should be more explored, I wonder what would Lincoln show too.
I watched New Hunts, it was entertaining despite its simple (and predictable) storyline. The morals are "enjoy your childhood while you still can" and "the best party is with family". The episode had plot elements from Tale of Two Tables, because Sid and Ronnie were considered too immature with costumes and too mature without them.
I can relate with the whole "being too old for costumes" thing, especially during 6th grade. That was the last time I had gone trick-or-treating. After that 6th grade party, I feel like when Ronnie Anne starts middle school, she's gonna build up her "toughest girl in school" reputation again just so no one messes with her or Sid. I was hoping to also see Casey and Nikki with Sameer at the skate party. The vampire boogie at the end was cool.
Btw, I mentioned before of waiting before or after Season 3 of Ducktales premieres to post the picture, but I just now looked into when Season 3 would come out and it may actually be sometime in 2020 rather than in November or December. So, I decided to go ahead and post the picture on my DeviantART gallery.
Last time I wear costume was 4th grade. I thought Sid already is in 6th grade, because she's 12. Ronnie Anne treated her reputation in Royal Woods very seriously like Lynn in middle school. I think this 6th grader, who invited Ronnie and Sid, is an expy of Chandler. I was surprised Casey and Nikki were nowhere to found. This bouncer reminds me Morpheus from Matrix. The vampire dance was the best part.
I saw your OCs uploaded on DArt. That's bit sad that Disney gives DT fans such long hiatus. I hope Donald will have much bigger role in S3, because in past 2 seasons he was seriously underused. I felt like the show makers don't know what to do with him, so they put him off screen so often. I read that many of DT stuff worked previously on Gravity Falls, no wonder the shows are bit similar.
Tails of Woe had awesome music, when title card was shown, creepy and mysterious. When I watched Tails of Woe, I find it cute that Liam was carrying a piglet. In Making the Grade Liam mentioned he has a sister in Lisa's age, but we haven't seen her yet, this makes me wonder if the writers forgot about her. I guess Lincoln wanted to show a family photo on the school project. We saw homes of Clyde, Rusty and Liam, so Stella and Zach's homes are lef to be seen.
I found the episode Croaked through the Casagrandes wikia.
You were right, it is a touching episode. That moment with Carlitos, the facepaint and Lalo at the start was kinda cute, but also gross. The way Adelaide plays with fake Froggy makes me think of how Lana plays with Hops. Both pairs would really get along pretty well if they ever meet one day. I like how Rosa's father and Froggy were in the picture as well. I did not expect Carl to end up in front of the Loud house at the end.
I'm glad you like this episode. Indeed, Carlitos and Lalo moment was cute. Ada (from Adelaide) playing with Froggy was the cutest scene. I felt sorry for Ada due to dead pet frog and for Carl due to missing family party and family photo. At least Louds know him and will help him go back to his city. Lana and Ada would be good friends indeed, because they both love animals.
Lori felt like 3rd wheel in A Fair to Remember, Lincoln in Antiqued Off. The former was better, because it had cute bonding between Lincoln and Bobby and Lori in the end called Lincoln a good brother. The latter was boring and bonding between Clyde and Zach wasn't so cute or interesting, also there is problem with everyone lying to Lincoln. The upcoming episode about Ronnie as 3rd wheel can be good, if the story is interesting and bonding between Sid and Lincoln is sweet enough. That's what I expect from the Casagrandes show, heartwarming stories.
Vacation Daze is mixed to me. Maria and Ronnie spend more time looking for each other than hanging out with each other. It's like an episode about big list of missed opportunities. Carl was stupid to keep glueing toys to himself and Bobby's overreactions made him look like a pathetic manchild. Those boys can ask other adults for help than Maria. I think Ronnie was smart to make a photo, so Frida would make a painting based on it. It's called OP ART.
Two of Clubs is the best episode this week. It's like Recycled Racing Hearts, but less dramatic and more comedic. I like that Sid likes robotic, because it makes her more interesting. Solution was good, join of their favorite activities.
I feel bad for Maria. She's so busy all the time, even on what was supposed to be her day off. One thing that I noticed was that when Arturo called her, they seemed happy to see each other, so maybe they didn't split up on bad terms? It's nice of her to bring Ronnie Anne with her to work so they can spend time together, though I would've like to see more of them hanging out during the episode. And that list of planned activites Ronnie Anne had reminds me of Lincoln's from Overnight Success.
The Two of Clubs reminded me of Racing Hearts as well. It was pretty smart how they combined both of their favorite clubs and started their own. And that poor Laird kid, though. He really couldn't catch a break. But at least it worked out for him by being the referee in their club. After that incident during the robotics club, I would've thought Ronnie Anne would use her "toughest girl in school" act to get all those kids to back off. Maybe that only applied in Royal Woods? Also, Ronnie Anne's goals is to either be a pro skateboarder or a chef, and since cooking class didn't go so well, maybe she oughta cross that off the list.
By the way, I saw that George Lopez will be voicing someone in the upcoming episode The Horror-Scope. When I was reading That-Engineer's story What is a Person Worth, I imagine him playing the role as Marcus Santiago.
Indeed, Maria was so busy at work and she couldn't find time for rest. Either they got split up on good terms or simply it was long ago and now they are again on good terms. Maria taking Ronnie to her work is similar to Rita taking Lincoln to her work. This list of activities remined me more Kick the Bucket List.
I also felt bad for Laird. What a strange name. I feel like the writers don't like nerds, because most of them in the show suffer more than they deserve. New school with new people, who don't know Ronnie, so she doesn't have to pretend anything. Ronnie is good at cooking, but what she knows already, making food from squid is something new for her. Speaking of squid, when Sid had squid ink in eyes, I really believes she cries and had some eyeshadow so her tears were black.
I keep comparing Sid to Stella more than to Clyde. The girls have similar faces and both are Asians with long dark hair. Also Sid's interests in robotics makes her even more similar, because Stella likes working on electronics.
Stall Monitor always sounded bad to me due to its description. I didn't watch it, but I heard it has negative opinions. I don't like that writers like giving Lincoln bad time in every episode. I haven't watched Casagrandes either.
Some say that the writers hate Lincoln and I feel like the writers love to give him hard time, this makes them look even worse. Exagarating kid fear to paranoia isn't funny, but creepy. S4 is the worst for Lincoln, because he's either a jerk or an aesop amnesiac or a jealous sibling or inadequate sibling, even more than he was in S1 and first half of S2. Casagrande arc was ok, so were Washed Up or Present Tense or Tails of Woe, but then episodes only get worse. I don't in remember episodes dedicated to his sisters the sisters were also so unlucky.
Casagrandes on other way get only better and better. I still have to watch new eps.
I watched Horror-scope and I expected or rather wished to have interactions between Lincoln and Sid, I didn't care much for Ronniecoln. I like how her love prophecy was twisted thanks to ambigous syntaxes. I expected Ronnie's love for skateboarding, not lovebird. I like Lincoln kept Tobias Hershell, I like he keeps practicing magic. It's one of few recent episodes, where he wasn't a butt monkey.
Snack Pact is in first half of Fed Up, when second half is A Tattler's Tale. Sergio was really obnoxious and played victim card, he was punished in proper way after exploiting them. I don't feel bad for Sergio, because he never was a nice character. Carl as ninja was a performer more than technician, but he's a kid, so what to expect. I didn't like Hector being stupid enough to mistake Carl and Carlota's clothes for his ones. In the end it turned out Casagrandes were paranoid for nothing, because those tamales were done by Rosa's recipe. This reminds me climax of Recipe for Disaster.
I'm not sure how I feel about Ronniecoln. Like, it's cute in That-Engineer's stories, but I'm not sure if they ever will be an official couple in the show. I pretty much knew that love prophecy wouldn't lead to Lincoln confessing his love and would lead to something that technically makes it come true. Seeing Tobias Hershell was a nice Easter egg from that episode Shell Shock (pun intended). Lincoln and Sid's first time interation didn't last as long as I hoped it would, so that was a let down for me. Hopefully they'll meet again and they'll actually get to bond.
As for Snack Pact, it was ironic to me how Rosa wouldn't let anyone eat when there have been times she'd feed people immediately so much when they try to get a light snack. That twist of how those tamales from the truck were made with her recipe was unexpected to me. Just like that twist that happened in No Show with the Casagrandes. Sergio blackmailing the family like that was a low blow. But as they say, what comes around goes around. And that scene Arturo was in? By Lana's standards, that was nasty.
Initially I supported Ronniecoln, but then I realized I don't really like Ronnie after City Slickers, where she was a jerk to Lincoln and ruined his second photo. I also didn't buy that Lincoln is a massochist. Besides they both keep saying they aren't couple, Ronnie in Horror-scope even said clearly she doesn't want to. To me it's clear they wouldn't be good couple, sooner I'd ship Lincoln with Stella or Girl Jordan. I like your pun. Sid speaking with Lincoln was what I wanted to see the most, this only inspires to write own story about it.
Rosa indeed was ironic. The plot twist also was a good surprise for me. Have you ever tried tamales? I haven't. Oh, scene with Arturo was gross, I try to unwatch this. I also don't believe Lana would stand it. Lola would be very displeased with Sergio blackmailing her. Yes, Lola blackmailed but for having a company, when Sergio just wanted to feed his childish greedy desires.
Just recently saw this new trailer for a new Scooby Doo movie.
Been a while since I've watched the series. My favorite show was "What's New Scooby Doo?" and favorite movie was "Scooby Doo on Zombie Island." What about you? What are thoughts on the series and upcoming movie?
I am not interested in the franchise for over a decade. I used to watch "What's New Scooby Doo?" and I liked it, but that was long ago. The series is too formulatic and characters too static for me. I think the upcoming film will be like those films that get released on DVD every year.
For long people kept talking that Angry Birds 2 is a good film. I couldn't believe it, becuase the original film was awful to me due to gross humor and mean-spiritness. I watched AB2 and indeed this is quite a good animation with better humor and better use of characters and story is much better.
First film is quite mean-spirited, main character is treated like dirt and nobody listens to him due to his anger issues. This reminded me Chicken Little too much, this made me wonder why did I even watch this. I even regretted watching this.
I watched the second film out of boredeom. This film is much better, because there is no mean-spiritness. Second film is as good as standard Dreamworks Animation's film. If only the 2nd film had small recap prologue, then it could be watched without watching the 1st film previously.
Sadly I started to think LH would work better without Lincoln, because S4 is pretty merciless for him and ruins his character. I think the best to save him from further destroying is to remove him.
I saw description of upcoming graphic novel. In Loud House #9: Ultimate Hangout, when Mom takes the girls out for a special Mother-Daughters Day, Lincoln and his dad are left with the whole house to themselves! He quickly invites Clyde, Stella, and the gang over to enjoy this rare moment of unbridled freedom. But Lincoln can only enjoy his brief day as an “only child” for so long before he misses the hustle and bustle of the Loud House? Featuring stories by the Loud House creative team!
When you put it like that, maybe I'll skip out on the first and just see the second. Not sure when though.
The description of Ultimate Hangout does sound similar to A Novel Idea, but this time he's with his dad and his friends.
The idea of Lincoln being removed from the show seems a little excessive to me. I know that they've been striking out recently with Stall Monitor and Kings of the Con. But, I'd still like to hope they'll do better for him soon.
After watching the second episode, I never knew Jawas can be so relentless when they want to be. This baby that Mando has found is like the reincarnation of Yoda to me. The force is strong with him. I do like that old man Mando befriended. Perhaps they will meet again in the future.
I'm thinking that maybe Mando will keep the baby around with him instead of claiming the reward of the bounty.
The baby isn't Yoda's recincarnation. The show takes place 5 years after Return of the Jedi, when Yoda died and the baby is 50 years old. The baby is so adorable that I wanted to give him a hug. I guess the baby is quite aware and smart despite not knowing how to talk.
I also like the old man, Kuhil, I hope they would join, but he choosed to stay and live rest of his days in peace.
Fight with the rhino was quite comical. It's egg being hairy surprised me. Way the jawas were eating it, grossed me out.
Jawas are small, but they have standard weapons and about 20 of them, so they overpowered Mando, who was alone. That's reality, even the strongest man can be defeated when outnumbered.
Mando will perhaps keep the baby, if his client decides to kill the baby. Mando has no respect for child murderers.
What are your thoughts about Casagrandes eps? Mine are here.
Finding Weepers - I knew that Ronnie and Sid won't resist temptation of spending money from found purse. They tried to earn the money, but couldn't do it on time. So they needed to make chores for that nasty old lady. Sad that the best way to learn lessons is to be harshly punished. Till this episode I thought the girls are morally superior to Lincoln and Clyde. Subplot of Bobby and Carl was good enough, but made me dislike Carl even more for his greed and swindling.
Arr in the Family - enjoyable episode, CJ had his focus, Ronnie was so supportive to him. That blond boy is like based on fanon Chandler, not only he lost but also was punished for cheating. I don't know what to think of Carl, he was mean in previous episode, but being pantsed down by Carlota for tricking her was a right punishment? I felt sorry for Carlos being damaged, I expected him to raise the falg in the end, but no it was red herring. Still the best part is title card with awesome Pirates of the Carribean theme.
For Finders Weepers, I was pretty disappointed in Ronnie Anne and Sid's choices in this episode. Like, I would've thought they'd know better than to use money from someone's coin purse, no matter how tempting it may be. I was thinking they'd spend the majority of the episode debating whether or not to use the money in it. The way they went about it when they found it at first; taking it to lost-and-found, looking for license to figure out who the owner is, that's exactly what I would've done. Those two would've saved themselves some grief if they left it in the lost-and-found box. As for that bet Bobby and Carl made, I'd argue that Bobby is the one who won that bet since technically all items were returned to their owners.
I really like Arrr in the Family for how it focused on CJ and his interest in pirates, and how Ronnie Anne went to great lengths to make sure he got to be on stage to raise the flag. That boy had me thinking it was Kingston at first, but it turned out to be someone different. When Carlos ended up slowly turning into a pirate, I was also thinking that he'd end up being the volunteer picked out and then he'd have his son go up in his place. The music that was playing in the background sounds a lot like from "Pirates of the Caribbean", so that was cool.
I never expected to see a picture of young Carol with baby Lincoln, but yeah, it does look pretty cute.
Initially the girls were smart and tried to find the owner, but then suddenly they got stupid and frivolously spend money. The dumbest was how they bought waffle roaster despite not liking waffles. They bought it just because Yoon Kwan's face was there, that's how advertisement works on young kids. Once as a kid I wanted to buy dog food despite not having a dog, because of adv in tv. Indeed Bobby won the bet, but Carl tricked him, what a greedu cheater. Carl needs some good lessons, so he wouldn't become another Flip.
It seems both LH and CG are going to have hiatuses again. At least new eps of Mandalorian will be relased every Friday at least to end of the year. The show seems to be better than upcoming film. Like Rogue One and Solo, it reminds that SW isn't just about lightsaber fights.
Last time LH went on Hiatus, new episodes didn't come until Feburary, so we may have to wait until then. I'm okay with that.
I just finished watching Next Gen. I really liked it. I really sympathize Mai on how rough things have been for her due to her dad leaving. The robot, Project 77 (not sure what would be a proper nickname for him) does remind me of Baymax, but without all the medical knowledge. And that dog Momo? Yeah, he needs his mouth washed out or something, and I'm surprised he doesn't have brain damage from the constant doors closing on him. That twist with what Justin really was caught me off guard despite that I knew he'd be the bad guy. I mean, that man bun? I can't even. That final battle was very cool, yet emotional. And I just thought it was funny how Mai's mom beats down Justin while bleeping like Momo.
The one part of the movie that I'd really connect on a personal level was how Mai tried to take revenge when she attacked Greenwood at the park and almost hit her with the bat. Wanting to hurt her that same way she hurt Mai. It's moments like that that I have to remind myself, there has to be a line, or you become the very thing you're so angry at. An eye for an eye, and the whole world goes blind. The hard part is always being able to let go of that anger.
I also could sympathize with Mai. Her mother couldn't deal with her husband leaving her and to cope with that she spent time with her personal robot. This made Mai rebelious and hate robots. That was understandable, because nobody helped her, when she needed help. I didn't approve her vandalism, but I understand that was her coping mechanism.
Her dog Momo was her only friend until she met Project 77, they both were good friends for her. P77 gave valuable lesson to not let bad memories cloud good ones. Momo was probably the funniest character, I was surprised his skull was so durable. I also was surprised that Justin is just a puppet of his bodyguard robot Ares. Mai's mom finally behaved like mother when she fought Justin.
I also could relate to Mai during her revenge on Greenwood. I also wanted to hurt my bullies. It's a complicated topic, when fighting back bully makes victim a bully. To me a bully is one, who attack for amusement, not for revenge. Mai almost crossed the line, but her friends stopped her for her own good. Still her revenge was a good lesson for Greenwood, because she really changed for better.
I think Next Gen is like spiritual antithesis of Big Hero 6. Hiro was heroic and coped with lose by creation and saving people, when Mai was anti-heroic and coped by vandalism and isolation. Hiro's aunt tried to help, when Mai's mom neglected her. Project 77 was indeed similar to Baymax, he served moral mentor for the protagonist.
Have you watched 3rd ep of Mandalorian? I have, next acapite is about it.
As you said before Mando came back for the baby. He accepted the reward and got a new armor thanks to this. He surely was sad, when he handed over the baby to the Imperials. He tried to get another job to forget about it, but he can't kill his conscience completelly, so he came back. As I expected Mando becomes a target himself, he fought quite spectaculary against stormtroopers and bounty hunters, but he couldn't defeat the latter due to being outnumbered. That's quite realistic way to remind one-man army that he's still as vunerable as others. I didn't expect other Mandalorians to come and save him from bounty hunters. It was noble of Mando to save the baby, but he'll struggle with raising him, because he knows nothing about parenting. He felt sorry for baby, because he himself is an orphan.
I did. I had a feeling he wasn't going to just walk away from the baby that easily. I liked that moment of hesitation right before he took off in his ship. That though he is a ruthless warrior and bounty hunter, he still has moral standards. The new whistling birds weapon he was given really worked like a charm. That looked like something Iron Man would use. When he was cornered by all those bounty hunters, I didn't know how he was gonna get out of this. All the other Mandalorians coming to save him was unexpected to me as well. I liked how it ended with the same thing I was thinking with Mando saying he's gotta get one of those jetpacks, and the baby playing with that one piece of the ship was cute too.
When Mando shot Greef Karga, I was thinking if either he intended to shoot him right where the steel was in his pocket, or he intended to kill him but aimed at the wrong spot.
Serious message. My dad is alive, but he fell from stairs and his head is damaged. He has open wound about 10 cm long. I felt like he was about to die. Still this is a very stressful situation for me. I hope he gets better, because he's in 60s, so his wounds don't regenerate fast. Sorry, but I felt I needed to tell someone about it.
That's great that your dad's getting better and is back on his feet.
I did. Read them through darrenrosario's DA gallery. The quality could've been better in some of the pages he uploaded, but I liked it. Benny is revealed to have a collection of Mechas and while it wasn't really Luan's thing, she at least tried to give it a chance for Benny's sake. Lisa pretty much pointed out the obvious that Lynn hates losing. No chalkboard needed to realize that. It was nice of her to teach her how to spell. And I like that Lola wore Leni's old dress for her next pageant.
Ronnie Anne, Lincoln and Sid turning a rainy day into a fun day indoors was nice. Lalo and Sergio destroying that pinata reminds me of how we talked the other day of Frida making a pinata and not wanting it see it destroyed. And CJ's secret identity while his cape was being washed really makes him look like Clark Kent.
Luan and Benny's story reminded me The Two of Clubs and Antiqued Off, because Benny likes anime robots and Luan doesn't, but for long she couldn't bring herself to tell this, so she wouldn't hurt Benny's feelings. Lisa likes to overanalyse things, at least she had some bonding with Lynn, but helping for being a test subject made Lisa look less sympathetic.
I like story about Linc, Ronnie and Sid hanging out together during raining. This should be in Horror-scope. I don't get how they got sunshine on roof, when it was raining. My favorite comic is the last about Ronnie hanging out with Bobby, it was very heartwarming, especially when Ronnie started sobbing.
Lalo and Segio couldn't keep their sweets hunger in control, so they destroyed this pinata, at least Carlitos wasn't upset. CJ really likes superheroes, him looking like Clark Kent was obviously a reference.
My least favorite comic was about Lincoln neglecting the pets and the comic about Lincoln and Ronnie pranking Lori and Bobby during their date. Making their hair burn was more like Luan's AF prankings.
Nice comics also were about Leni helping Lola prepare for pegant. Frida making family portrait and Lincoln comparing his house to circus were also nice.
I read strange news, upcoming film Mulan attracted controversy, because the titular character actress Liu Yifei said in public who she supports in Hong Kong during its modern crisis. To be more interesting the original animation Mulan in China was controversial, but because of digital piracy.
I didn't know there was a controversy going on with the new Mulan film or the crisis happening in Hong Kong. Normally I try to avoid reading the news since they're too much drama. I mean, not too much of the news anyway.
Have you watched Mandalorian ep 4? This reminded me Clone Wars season 2 episode 17, plot was quite similar minus jedi. I like such stories al'a 7 Samurais.
Nice opening with blue alien shrimps on planet reminding old China. Later bandits arrived, they reminded me gorillas from old Planet of Apes films, the destructions they caused were so intimidating. Every time I see the baby, I smile. Out of curiocity he tried to push all buttons. The baby doesn't like being alone, so followed Mando despite his orders. Every kid wanted to play with the baby, what was very cute.
When I saw the armored woman I knew she's a mandalorian, Cara had quite a fight with Mando. I thought she's hunting on him, but she thought otherwise. Good the baby stoped their fight. Finally we have some more backstory of Mando. He got adopted by Mandalorians and trained for one of them.
Training the villagers and battle were nice to watch. When AT-ST was about to fall into trap, I knew the user is too smart to fall in this, so Cara had to force it to fall into trap, she did it nicely. Then the other bounty hunter appeared. I was afraid he's about to kill the baby, but then a nice plot twist, Cara sneaked behind him and killed him. This means Mando can't leave the baby here, because another muscles will come and kill the villagers to get the baby. It seems Mando and the baby are fated to be vagabonds.
I did. I was going to reply about it sooner, but something came up.
I really liked this one. At the start, I was thinking either Omera or Winta would be killed, but thankfully they both survived. Mando and the baby were fortunate to arrive on the villagers' planet. I actually laughed a little when he called him a womp rat. Sounds similar to rugrat. He really needs to give him a proper name.
At first, I wasn't sure if Cara was either a former clone trooper who never went through with the order 66 or another mandalorian. At least she's not one of the bounty hunters after the baby. I knew the villagers' would come looking for his help when they saw his ship flying by, and I liked how the baby got to play with the other kids when they arrived at the village. It's good that he got to be around others his age. And yet I keep forgetting that he's 50 years old. That one detail is so weird to me.
Mando and Cara training them also reminded me of that episode from The Clone Wars. I knew it would be too easy for that AT-ST to step into their trap. Seeing the villagers fight back against these raiders was very good. My reaction to seeing that baby eat the frog was the same as those kids. I was thinking that maybe Mando and the baby could stay with Omera and Winta. But the bounty hunters won't stop coming for them. Not unless he can figure a way to prevent it from being tracked anymore. Maybe once he does that, then they can return to the village.
Handling it pretty well. I actually prefer it when it snows, yet ironically I'm used to warm weather. When I take my dogs out walking, I have to put one of them in a sweater to stay warm since he's smaller, and they are ridiculous when they go sniffing at bushes then end up with a face full of snow and I have to wipe it off them if they don't shake it off first.
So Mando came to Tatooine after another hunter damaged his ship. He left the ship under care of the female mechanic, who later discovered the baby. She was right to call out Mando for not taking care of the baby well enough. The mechanic is a good baby sitter for citizen of Tatooine. To pay for repairing the ship and taking care of the baby Mando came to find a job. He found that young man, who offered him a bounty on a known mercenary. The man wanted to become a bounty hunter himself, I could relate to him, because I also looked for a good job. Mando had nice strategy to capture the mercenary. I lost respect for the young man, when his greed and pride took him over and he double crossed Mando. He was stupid to do this, because he saw Mando in action previously. The most interesting part of the episode was, when corpse of the mercenary was found by a mysterious person. Generally I think the previous episode was more interesting and more exciting.
Tatooine. The home of Luke and Anakin Skywalker. Seeing those storm troopers helmets on pikes like that was kinda creepy. It was nice of the mechanic lady to watch over the baby while Mando was out. I actually thought that rookie Toro was someone from the Rebel alliance turned bounty hunter when I noticed that coin with the rebels' symbol in his hand. The way Mando negotiated with the Tuskens was kinda funny to me. And perhaps the only time I've seen them where things didn't eventually turn violent. I also liked that strategy Mando came up with to get to the mercenary. He is very resourceful. I got a chuckle out of him saying that she's got the high ground, reference to the 3rd Star Wars movie. Toro really should've known better than to double cross Mando, but, as you said, he let his greed and pride get the best of him and he ended up paying with his life. I am really curious about who this mystery person was at the end. I was thinking maybe it was another mandalorian.
Yes, helmets on pikes were creepy, I saw similar things in films about medieval times, but there were heads, what's even creepier. I thought Toro was just holding simply new republic coin to pay Mando. I thought Toro will be Mando's new companion and apprentice, but my expectations were unrealistic. I didn't expect Mando could negotiate with Tuskens, it was funny indeed. I thought Tuskens are extremelly xenophobic. In game KOTOR is explained why most Tuskens are so hostile, because they see all they see space flight as disrespect for sacred ground and all non-Tusken do this.
A friend of mine recently told me about what he said was a heating network breakdown that caused hot water to flood in the capital city of Poland, and even showed me images of a huge fog covering most of the city. I wanted to check and make sure you were okay.
Sorry for not responding sooner. I was out with my sister.
Figures that Mando was also “friends” with mercenaries. Ran had me feeling suspicious about his intentions. It’s hard to trust mercenaries since one minute they’re on your side, and the next they’d end up turning on you since someone offered them a better deal. That guy Burg looks like he could be the son of Hellboy. Never seen a droid like Zero before. Mainly one with eyes like his. As for Xi’an, in a way she reminds me Harley Quinn. The whole time he was around them, I was worried for the baby.
I was hoping they’d never find him, but they did. That situation with Davan was pretty tense. I would’ve thought they would just shoot the beacon before he could press it. And as soon as they get what they came for, which turned out to be Xi’an’s brother, they turn on him. But, like all others, they learn the hard way that is never a good idea. Didn’t think Qin would be that quick to wanna leave his sister behind.
Burg is a very intimidating enemy. Smart thinking of Mando to using his wits to crush him with the door. I will say that I like the third blaster pack Meyfeld uses. And the way Mando creeped up on him was like something Batman would do. I laughed at how the baby looked at his hand when Mando shot Zero like “Did I do that?”. And I knew he’d slip that beacon on Qin before leaving. Guess it’s a good thing they didn’t destroy it after all. And I also figured he locked them up instead of killing them.
All in all, this episode felt like something based off Suicide Squad.
In most heist films the heist team is discovered by security and nothing goes 100% acc to their plan.
I'm surprised that you can remember such complex names. Burg was quite tough and durable, I was surprised that he could endure heavy doors and flame, that's a reference to devils, what makes him even scarrier. You gave a good comprassion between Xi'an and Harley Quinn. I also was afraid of the baby, because droids have no problem with killing children. I thought the baby killed the droid by the force, but it was Mando.
Indeed the prison warden taken hostage and conflict between Meyfeld and Mando was intenste, I kept wondering what happens next, but I didn't expect Xi'an to kill him. However the warden managed to send emergency signal. After Qin was freed, the team betrayed Mando. Because the whole team were backstabbing and selfish liars and jerks, I didn't feel sorry when Mando killed them one by one. Like he said they got what they deserved.
Mando outsmarted Ran in very clever way by putting the warden's signal device to Ran's base. I didn't expect this.
The episode was pretty intense, because I really thought Mando would end us as New Republic prisoner, the heist team were intimidating and only way Mando could defeat them was to separate them first and then finish one by one. Mando must have nerves of steel to make such effective strategy in such short time and so much danger around.
I was surprised, when I learned that for few years video games are made by motion capture technique. It's amazing to me. As result game characters look almost like their actors. Here is an example of making up modern game "Detroit become human." https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8136CxSh5Ps
Karga has given Mando an opportunity to finally get the other bounty hunters off his back. Though, I wasn’t entirely trusting him to keep his word. Makes sense he would bring Cara along. They made a good team helping the villagers. And we even get to see the old man from the start again, and his name is Kuiil. But I did not expect him to have that droid IG-11 with him and reprogrammed.
When the baby used the force again, I actually thought it was gonna pull down her arm and give Mando the win in their arm-wrestling. I did not think it would actually try to force choke her.
“Nothing can go wrong” he says. The second Karga says that, they get attack by vicious birdlike creatures and mess things up for them. Clearly he’s never heard of Murphy’s law. And apparently the baby can heal wounds too. He is really special.
I knew the whole thing would be a trap. But Karga seems to have grown a conscience thanks to the baby. This plan Mando came up with seemed one of those plans that are so crazy, it just may work. But then things took a turn for the worse. This guy, Moff Gideon saw right through his plan. And now Kuiil is dead. That is just sad. He had worked very hard to earn his freedom from slavery. And I really liked him.
I also didn't expect to see Kuiil and IG-11 again. I also thought Karga has hidden plan of assassinating Mando, but good that he changed his mind.
When Cara was fighting with that Zebrak (Maul's species), it was amusing. Nice to see her again in action.
I also thought the Baby would pull down Cara's arm instead of chocking her. I don't know if the Baby did it on purpose or if he's just learning to use the Force. Someone should look after the baby, but nobody knows how to take care of young force user. It was cool when the baby healed Karga's wound..
I felt so sorry for Kuiil, when the stormtroopers killed him. like you said he worked long and hard for freedom and now he lost his life. This was the darkest episode of the show. Moff Gideon has and army and clear advantage over Mando, Cara and Karga. Now I wonder how will Mando escape from there, because his situation looks completely hopeless.
I've heard that they were making The Witcher into a Netflix show. I didn't realize it was already out. Though, honestly, I never really showed much interest in The Witcher series, so I'm not sure if I will watch the show.
The series has very dark tone, I doubt you'd like this. Main theme of the series is that humans are worst kind of monsters on the world, because they lie, backstab and destroy what they hate and mistreat dwarves and elves just for not being humans. All is seen by eyes of the titular character, who is a hired monster hunter disrespected for not being a human.
I really feel sorry for him, most of nature of his homeland is destroyed, many Australian species are very much threatened with extinction, because they lack natural enviroment for new generations of their offsprings.
It's hard to celebrate Christmas with family, when not so long ago I learned about such tragedy.
So Mando's real name is Din Jari. As I suspected he joined Mandalorians, because they saved him from the separatist droids and trained him. I was afraid he would die, because of his honor code, but IG cleverly persuaded him to let him save him. No living creature is meant to see Mandalorian without helmet, but droids aren't living creatures. For first 1/3 I was afraid about the baby, the stormtroopers were mistreating him. I expected him to use the force as revenge, but IG saved him and punished those two for child abuse. Whole time I kept asking myself how Mando's team is going to survive, when they are outnumbered, but I never thought of hidden escape room. The baby saved his guardians from the flame trooper like it was a reference to Kanan's action in 4th season of SW Rebels. When I saw empty mandalorian armors, I felt sad and terrified, but luckily the forger survived and gave Mando new purpose to find family of the baby, so he has a long and difficult mission, because Yoda's species is very rare and almost nobody heard about them. The forger nicely mauled those stormtroopers by her tools. Cara had a clever idea to free the lava boat, it was pretty cool. I was surprised, when the astromech droid turned out to have humanoid shape. Even if IG said there is no reason for sadness, I felt quite sad, when he sacrifaced himself to kill those stormtroopers. Mando gave an honorable funeral to poor Kuil. The biggest surprise for me was survive of Moff Gideon, I hope it will be explained in S2 how he got the darksaber, if in SW Rebels Sabine was the last owner of this.
The first part just proved what people say; Stromtroopers are lousy shots. IG surprised me saving the baby the way it did and storm Gideon's troopers guns blazing. You were right about Mando joining the Mandalorians because they saved him. And we finally know his real name. Din Djarin... Yeah, I'll stick with Mando.
I was worried that he was gonna die and the only way to save him was to remove the helmet, yet he refused. I didn't think we'd ever get to see his face, but low and behold, it was IG that removed it and saved his life. Guess this changed how he feels about droids afterwards. Or maybe just IG. Seeing the baby using the force against the flametrooper like that looked awesome.
When I saw that pile of Mandalorian helmets, I thought they were all killed, but they may still be alive out there. The Armorer giving Mando the signet of a Mudhorn seemed fitting for him and the baby. I am so glad that he finally got a jetpack of his own. And dear lord is the Armorer brutal against those troopers. And I have never seen an astromech droid quite like that one before. R2 would be so jealous.
It was sad to see IG sacriface himself for the baby. And just when Mando was warming up to it too. I'm glad that he gave Kuiil a proper burial, and I was also surprised that Moff Gideon not only survived the crash, but also has the darksaber. Since Sabine was the previous owner, then he must've taken it from her somehow. I do hope that the next season acknowledges this and gives a proper explaination. And who know? Maybe Mando will run into Sabine.
Oh, and when Karga told the baby to do the "magic hand thing" and it just waved its hand, I just laughed really hard that scene. That little guy is just so cute, yet sassy.
I always wondered why Stormtroopers are so poor at shooting. I read some theories, most say that it's because their helmets give them limited vision, but also they are very stressed due to having failure intolerant Darth Vader as boss.
I also prefer to say Mando instead of Din, because the former sounds cooler and I already adjusted.
I wonder how much aware the baby is. I am sure he's still not very experienced with the force. He wanted to deflect fire on the flametrooper and help Mando fighting the mudhorn, but I doubt he intended to choke Cara, he just wanted to stop their hand-wrestle.
Mando has jetpack, but I was surprised he could fly on it so flawlessly, because moving in 3 dimensions requires practice. Don't you sometimes think that Mando shouldn't wear cape? It's elegant, but impractical and I remember from the Incredibles how dangerous they can be for heroes.
The Armorer specializes in forging armors, but all Mandalorians are trained as warriors first.
I hope Sabine still lives, because she was my favorite of SW Rebels. If she lost, she is determined to reclaim the darksaber. It's a matter of honor.
If Mando wants to, he could help train the baby to have better control at using the force, but I don't know if he'd the best teacher on that since he's no expert on the force like the Jedi are. I never really gave much thought about the cape Mando wears. I mean, it does look cool and so far it hasn't caused him any trouble during his fights. Maybe someone will bring that up in the future? Also, I noticed that he doesn't carry his rifle anymore. And right now, I do hope that Sabine appears in the show and becomes a part of Mando's crew.
Considering the stressful drama I went through recently, this music is actually I what I needed to hear, so thanks for sharing this. It sounds very calm and pleasant.
I'd rather not go too into it, but it was basically family drama. We were in a sour mood, kinda blew up at one another, but eventually we sat down and talked it out. I hate when moments like that happens, especially when I try so hard to avoid being in the middle of them.
I am doing better now. Appreciate you asking, and also for showing me that video. I'm glad you like that gif.
And by the way, I looked into the Star Wars wikia about the darksaber, and it turns out we were mistaken. Sabine wasn't the previous owner of the weapon. She passed it on to Bo-Katan Kryze, former member of the Death Watch, to lead the Mandalorian clans. But then there was a great purge by the Empire that lead to many mandalorians being killed, leaving Mando and the tribe he was with being the only ones remaining. It's possible that Moff Gideon killed Bo-Katan to get the darksaber. With that said, I still believe we will see Sabine in season 2 with her wanting to take back the weapon from him.
Thanks for info. If the Empire doesn't purge Jedi, then they do this to Mandalorians. The Imperials destroy every possible threat to rule by terror. Mandalorians are very strong and skilled, but sadly they are outnumbered by stormtroopers. The stormtroopers trust in quantity over quality.
That's tragic for Mandalorians. Bo-Katan had all Mandalorians united with the darksaber. Moff Gideon broke spirit of theirs by killing her and robbing her of the darksaber. I also hope to see older and more experienced Sabine. Mandalorians get their supreme leader by measuring their merits, what leads to constant competitions.
It already smells similar to Study Muffin, but with bigger focus on the student's actual problems.
I wait for S3 of DT, so I watched some of the original show. It reminded me fun I had as a kid. However it also reminded me how much the reboot changed the characters. I like that the kids have different personalities and that they aren't alike. I only complain about changing Gyro into a short-temprered jerk and Launchpad in the original series seemed more competent and smarter in his job. Glomgold in original was more serious and more threatening, in reboot he's like self parody. What do you think of those changes? I don't think most of changes made the reboot better.
I guess new adventures of Mando will be in next December the soonest. I heard that some complained about episodes from 4 to 6 as not being related to main story, I don't think of this as a bad thing, because saving village and prison infiltration were interesting stories to me.
I was also thinking how Stress Test may be similar to Study Muffin since it said it was about Bobby anxious about a test like Lincoln was.
I don't really remember much about how the original characters of Ducktales used to be. But, I will say that I do like how the triplets look different with their own personalities while Huey is the only one still wearing the trademark cap. And Webby is more of an action girl and more adventurous than the triplets compared to how she originally was. And I distinctly remember Gyro having red hair.
I never thought of those episodes of the Mandalorian not being related to the main story, so I didn't think there was anything wrong with them either.
Lincoln thought he has bad learning skills, so he asked tutor to teach him. It turned out he just loses focus because of sexy teacher. This made the episode pointless, because Lincoln was seeking source of problem in wrong way. Only good this was reveal that Lincoln is an ace student.
Bobby's situation in Stress Test looks also more similar to Lori in Driving Ambition. Both of them couldn't deal with stress, which was causing them failing. If that's a way to make Bobby look similar to Lori for sake of being match to them, then it's not a good way. I thought same about making Lori bad at her job in Can't Hardly Wait for sake of being similar to Bobby.
I see. Show Quack Pack was the first attempt to give the triplets different personalities, what worked well, even for bizzare stories.
Reboot Webby is more interesting than original one. The creators of the reboot said they didn't like original one, so completely changed her. Good that she's competent in combat and smart, but some think of her hyperactivity as ADHD. She was kept in Scrooge's house away from outside. I wonder why was she, because it looks like exaggerated overprotectiveness. Eps, where she's portplayed as Scrooge's looney fan were creepy to me.
I also never had problem with those episodes. Protecting villagers from oppressors and breaking into prison to free a prisoner were interesting stories to me. I enjoyed them, because I was constantly surprised by twists. S2 will focus on Mando trying to find the baby's homeworld, so he will travel from planet to planet to gather info.
Finally Luna's episode Deep Cut, about her protesting against disbanding her music club in high school. I never expected title to be about it.
Game Off is about Lana trying to join Lincoln's trash-based game. Sounds similar to Fandom Pains, concept sounds nice, but why trash and not wild animals? I hope the episode will feature bonding between Lincoln and Lana.
I am looking forward to seeing that one. I'll bet Sam, Sully and Mazzy will be involved. Maybe even Chunk. Also, I'm wondering if maybe I've seen a plot similar to that on another show.
A wild animals-themed game does sound better than a trash-themed game. If Lana is desperate to play it, then maybe it's a game not fitting for her age and Lincoln won't let her play it because of that. I can relate to that since I disapprove young teens playing M-rated games unless they actually were old enough.
You're not the only one hoping that Sam and her friends also appear there.
Do the writers really think that grossness in their show is funny? I just don't get them. This time I'd like Lincoln to be right and not Lana, because Lincoln has been wrong too often. Lincoln watched horror film in Price of Admission despite being too young, so he knows what he's talking about. As a teen I watched adult film, I wasn't emotionally ready for heavy topics and graphic violence.
Took me long, but I watched Stress Test. It's like improved Study Muffin, because more realistic and more serious. It explored Bobby's insecure side, I could relate to his problem, I also was nervous at tests. Ways Carlos Sr tried to help Bobby reminded tortures more. Rosa's ways were ridiculous, but Carlota's ways were interesting at least. It came somehow out of blue that Bobby feels comfortable in mercado only, but good that Ronnie found a way to use it to help him. Carlino getting annoyed, because he couldn't eat cake was perhaps the funniest. I only didn't enjoy Vito in the end, because old man going to school like to a shop was just stupid and unbelievable. I didn't like Rosa, because she got violent in this episode, she hit everyone for smallest reason, hitting Carlino for using her methods was hypocritical of her, I guess that's why Carlino is agressive.
I was thinking that it was someone or something in the test room that was making him fail the test. But, he simply was too anxious in the classroom to properly take the test. The way I remember taking my tests is by moving to a more quiet room in my school so that nothing would distract me or make me more anxious.
Not sure where Carlos read studies that encourage methods as outrageous as those. Rosa means well with her remedies, but she was going a little overboard with her shoe tossing and swatting. No offense to Carlota, but that haircut did not suit him at all. The outfit was okay. And Carl? Shame on him. Thankfully, Ronnie Anne was able to figure out how to make him comfortable enough to take the test properly. With his desk being a homemade replica of the Mercado. I actually thought he was gonna take the test in the actual Mercado. Though, I'm not sure if that would actually be allowed.
Then you have better imagination than me, because only way I could write my tests was taking lot of practice during studies and reading tasks several times, so I would understand them. In trailer was revealed that Bobby was anxious.
Perhaps Carlos read about them in some horror stories. Rosa was just too stubborn. At least Carlota gave Bobby a good outfit, but I agree about new hairstyle as a bad idea. Carl cared about the cake more than about his cousin's school score, so selfish, but he didn't deserve to be hit by shoe. Ronnie is the only sane girl again. I also expected Bobby to write test in Mercado, but now I think school wouldn't allow this.
Deep Cuts - Luna learns that high school music clube will be axed due to budget shortage, so she starts protesting. - This isn't much of change.
Game Off - Lana conspires to distract Lincoln from game console, so she could play his trash-thamed video game. - This description sounds like first half of Left in the dark. I guess the episode will end with Lincoln saying to Lana that she could have just asked or join him.
This really does sound pretty cool. I didn't know there was a whole channel of Loud House fan music.
I saw the title Card for Operation Dad. Whatever plan Ronnie Anne has to try and convince Arturo to move into the city, I doubt it's gonna work out the way she thinks it will by dressing and acting like a punk. I mean, those spikes in front of her boots like that? No soccer for her. But at least we get to see Nikki and Casey again.
Speaking of which, I've been watching Ronnie Anne's podcast videos and the most recent one shows Nikki, Casey, and Sameer at school with Ronnie Anne, Sid and Laird with a mystery of their own. And I've also been watching Lincoln & Ronnie Anne's Vlog videos. But I found out the gaming vlog video has a preview of Game Off on it, so I'm gonna wait until after that premieres before watching that Vlog.
I guess Ronnie pretends a punk girl to make her dad think she needs him, so she wouldn't become a deliquent. Nikki and Casey deserve to return.
I also watched those vlogs, I hope Lincoln and Lana won't get too much antagonistic in Game Off, because description sounds mean. Leaks about this make me more interested, but shame we still don't know the release date.
Laird seems to be a homeschooled boy, who joined regular school. Probably he didn't interact much with people, so he's awkward and unprepared for life.
Did you watch Operation Dad? If yes, then what's your thought?
Gag with losing signal to delay what Arturo wants to say annoyed me as much as Ronnie. Bobby was so happy, when he learned his dad visits them. Strange that only Ronnie came to the airport to get her dad, Bobby also should be there, maybe it's to safe animation costs. Ronnie seemed annoyed by her cousins hogging her dad similar to Maria's case in Vacation Daze. Nice that Ronnie tried to hang out with her dad and give him fun, expect for the stray cat and the wrestler. Every time they hugged each other was cute. Ronnie looks nice as a rebel, I knew she pretends a bad girl to give her dad a reason to stay. Sid had cute little monkey in her school locker. Ronnie and her friends acted hooligans and victim nicely, but her dad is smart enough to see she pretended. The episode ended well, I'm surprised Arturo decided to stay in the city. I guess Hector dislikes Arturo, because he divorced his daughter, what he treats as a high disrespect, but maybe we'll see reason behind this bad blood.
I like this episode a lot, I can't complain about it.
I really liked this first Casagrande special episode. It was really heartwarming.
I can understand Ronnie Anne wanting her dad to move in with her big family, but at the same time, I understand the commitment Arturo made with his patients in Peru. But I did like how they spent time together in the city. The one part I didn't get was why would Arturo get in the ring during that wrestling match? I don't know about the rebel outfit, but I will admit the hairstyle was interesting. I'll be honest, when she started pretending to be a rebel, a part of me was thinking that it would lead to Arturo questioning Maria on how she could've allowed Ronnie Anne to go down the wrong path and then they'd argue until she admits she was faking. But, fortunately, he was too smart and already knew she was faking. At least we got to see Nikki, Casey and Sameer again. Wish their roles could've been longer though.
I really thought the episode would end with Arturo going back to Peru. But then it surprised me too that he decided to stick around for a while. Now, I'm hoping for an episode where Lincoln and Lori visit the city again so they can meet him while he's there. I was thinking Hector was giving him the cold shoulder because of the divorce as well. Like in a protective father way. And yet Rosa doesn't mind him being around. I hope Maria was okay with him being around for a while despite how awkward things are between them.
This shows it's not easy situation, because Arturo was needed by his patients, not just his family. Doctors don't have easy. Interesting that you imagined Arturo questioning Maria's raising of Ronnie, if she's a rebel. I suspected he knows his daugther is pretending, because nobody can believe in such sudden change of character. Nikki, Casey and Sameer deserve more eps, shame they weren't in the Casagrandes arc. I was ready for keeping status quo, Arturo returning to Peru. I'm glad it ended happier.
2 weeks and we can see Deep Cuts, title card is cool. Nick does no good by their irregular release of new episodes. After Good Sports/Geriantics we all waited 2 months for new eps. I hope Lincoln won't be a jerk in Game Off, because who wants him to be worse after Kings?
I had an unpleasant surprise at home. My kitchen sink got clogged, so I had to disassemble it and clean pipes. I finished this by myself, but it was awful for nose. No matter how much I try to be safe, this happens from time to time.
I also had better activity, baking homemade bread instead of purchasing one. Somehow food made by own hands is tastier than food from shop.
What eps of S4 of LH you consider good? Casagrande eps don't count.
Then big congratulations from me. I know how hard it is to find a job, because I spent 2 years before I succeeded.
It's quite simple. You observe which pipe is connected to clogged sink, then you unscrew the pipe and clean clogged pipe, then you re-assemble pipes after cleaning them.
Interesting choices, from those I consider Washed Up as the best, because I like adventure stories. Next eps titles revealed Write and Wrong (sounds like associated to Rita) and Purrfect Gig (perhaps focus on Cliff or Clyde's cats).
Cute picture, looks like Ronnie and Sid trying to put themselves in each other's shoes to feel differences between their lives.