At 4/24/13 07:33 AM, Yert wrote:
That episode of American Dad where Steve is chasing that Japanese kid's sister. Also I believe season 2 of TWD was already said minus the confrontation between Rick and Shane.
Season two of MLP:FiM also counts.
One of these days I'm going to sit myself down with My Little Pony just to understand what all the internet buzz was about. At first I thought, "Just some idiots making a big deal about nothing," but I read something about the author/maker of the series (who's a rather attractive redhead) where she claimed that the purpose behind the series was to make a witty, girly cartoon. Something against the stereotype of girly shows like... well, whatever the stereotypical "girly girl" cartoon is nowadays. If that was her true aim, then I imagine MLP will be something like what Powerpuff Girls was back in the day.
Of course, then I find out that the creator took a backseat after Season 1. *sigh*
I liked Season 2 of TWD; I also know a lot of people didn't. Shrug. I like the fact that they deviated from the comic book and kept a character who should have died sometime during Season 1 alive and had him interfere with the plot of Season 2.
At 4/24/13 04:50 AM, BigBadtheBazz wrote:
That one episode of family guy where Brian and Stewie are trapped in the vault.
That was just awkward, if not pretentious.
I suppose; I felt that it was just an awkward shift from what we typically get from Family Guy. The episode you're referring to is called "Brian & Stewie", and in that same season there's an episode where Meg finally stands up to her family in a rather serious way. I liked both of those episodes because it was something different, those two episodes actually... meant something. It wasn't just a shot at an old sitcom or celebrity. There was actually a plot worth following.
Awkward as hell. Most certainly. The 'rimjob joke' didn't go over so well either.