Salad Fingers Episode 6

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I'm sure many people though we'd abandoned the series but it was just resting it's legs. I hope you find this episode to be rather warm.

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Okay that was awesome and all but that sh*t was just f*cked up!!!

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c-town mi yo

this is clearly the best one... there is so many interpretations that can be though of out of this. its almost like a really good poem

very messed up

i love it when hes eating his own head at the end

My favorite Salad Fingers episode

I can understand all of the attempts at interpretation provided for this and other works by Firth, however I disagree with them on principle. This is not to say that it would be impossible to give a plausible interpretation, or even one that closely resembles Firth's original intentions, but rather that it is undesirable to do so. I believe that this piece and others like it are most powerful when they take the viewer down his or her own schizophrenic paths outside of where reasonable explanations are adequate. This is what, in my opinion, makes Salad Fingers one of the most innovative animations of all time.

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I think ive got the hang of this one. Jeremy Fisher is Salad Fingers' alter ego. his split personality. that would explain why HE takes on the voice of jeremy (the weird low-pitched voice). And why he talks to his reflection and is being accused of 'tailgaiting his daughter'. the person who is really talking to the reflection is Salad Fingers' split personality, Jeremy. Salad Fingers is accusing his other self of 'deflowering his daughter's rose'. it would also explain why salad fingers appears to be eating another 'him' at the end. this represents Salad Fingers overcoming his schitzophrenia. note that he also eats the finger puppet of jeremy fisher, this may also meen that jeremy somehow became a part of salad fingers.

that might sound a little hard to understand, but still, isnt all Firth's work like that? :P

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4.31 / 5.00

Jul 24, 2005
11:53 AM EDT
Comedy - Original
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