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Salad Fingers Episode 5

rated 4.27 / 5 stars
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Nov 25, 2004 | 12:53 PM EST
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It's the fifth one in what now seems to be a "Quintilogy"..?
? I think you've waited long enough.

Dave -



Rated 5 / 5 stars

Paranoia in House #22

I haven't read all of these 1800 some-odd reviews, so I don't know if this has been covered, but...

Mr. Fingers is clearly paranoid, and lives in his own little world. He freaks out when the girl talks to him...because the girl isn't really there. She's a construct of his id/ego/sub/superconscious mind, and when she interrupts the "order" of his odd little fantasies, it "wakes him up", and that's why we see him huddled in the corner looking about, as if someone just scared the bejeezus out of him.
Anyway, none of the things that happen to him actually happen...unless they happen in house number 22. That setting is the only "real" place in the whole series.

That's my hypothesis, anyway. I love this series...I think it's the best portrayal of the disturbed mind that I've ever witnessed.

Great work, Mr. Firth...


Rated 5 / 5 stars

pease pudding

This was my favorite thus far. I think I'd like to see another one. Maybe you could reveal some more of what happened to Salad fingers in his life. For one, why does he talk to little finger puppets? Did something wrong happen to him? And why is he in that weird place anyway? Where did the girl come from? Does she live in 21 or 23 or something? Why in the world does he like rusty spoons?


Rated 5 / 5 stars

Awsomest ever...

That had to be the best Salad fingers yet... mostly because it was in depth... These were my favorite parts:

1) I found the completely random wedding dress scene very funny.

2)I found that Marjory Stewert-Baxter popping up in the window was rather creepy. She was obviously jealous that Salad Fingers found a new playmate. This also shows that the puppets actually DO have a mind of their own.

3)The fact that Salad Fingers freaked out when Mable spoke. That was very cool. I guess in his reality, he's just not used to people talking to him.

Also, the raven was creepy. I liked the pease puding rhyme, I actually know it. I think this revealed the most about Salad fingers life, and was a very good ending. I wonder what happened to him in the end?

Also, have you noticed that Salad Fingers has actually never refered to himself by his name? I wonder what he thinks his name is...

I love this so much.


Rated 3.5 / 5 stars

this is disturbing

this is an animation which gave me night terrors

this is cool


Rated 4.5 / 5 stars


you sir must be insane to be able to ponder up such dark and abysmal animations.......I would say that you should try to make things quite less shall I put this.... disturbing.thank you for your time mr.Firth you do wonderful animations. but you concepts are not for the weak minded are they?