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Nov 1, 2009 | 1:06 AM EST
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Author Comments

Here it is, the Last Episode of Jerry. It was a fun series but I think it's time for it to come to a close. Thanks to all the fans of the series and everyone who helped make it possible!

I also included a commentary track for those so inclined to listen to that kind of thing

FUN FACT: This cartoon takes place on November 1st and I'm RELEASING it on November 1st! Can you believe it?!?

Happy Birthday Lauren!!!!!!!!



Rated 5 / 5 stars November 30, 2009


that was so nice ^^

i even cried =D such a pitty that this is da last one of the jerry series

thnx ! dude keep up da good work ;D


Rated 5 / 5 stars November 29, 2009


In the end i guess u can say he is happy and no regrets on what happened. And also learned something never wave a metal toy in the middle of a cloudy day. . . it's just not safe.

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Rated 4.5 / 5 stars November 29, 2009


you put tim fulp in the credits instead of tom fulp XD


Rated 5 / 5 stars November 27, 2009


this was the perfect conclusion to your series


Rated 5 / 5 stars November 24, 2009

Gets a REAL 10.

Take pleasure in this please, it's an actual EARNED 10. Not one of the empty ones from the Legion.
Loved, loved, loved the commentary. It's also my favorite part of DVDs too. I've watched Conan the Destroyer with commentary several times, and the Goonies twice a day for the last six months.
Really dug the memory montage, classic and very befitting way to end any series with character scenario driven plot.
You said you don't think Jerry's dad's a jerk, I agree . I think he's more like a jaded and world weary middle aged man who's sometime recently looked back at his life and realized, he did absolutely nothing. (save having a kid of course) Reminds me of a realistic kinda, necessary antagonistic force yknow?
Or, maybe it's pretentious to talk about literary and cinematic devices on a flash cartoon, on the internet.

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