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Ytown Public 2

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This is the second episode of Ytown Public. In the first episode Newton Nerd jumped out if the window and died. Now he's back! How?! Why?!

Find out now in this exciting episode of YTOWN PUBLIC!

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This was just okay. I didn't really care much for it. I do like the running gag of that kid dying. It's been over a decade since Kenny regularly did that. The voices weren't too bad. I feel the animation doesn't flow very well.

It doesn't seem like much of an original concept. I'm confused by the genre here. It seems to get weirder as it goes on. I do like that guy's beard. I'm not that interested in learning more about the characters.

Fairly good

It seems a bit better than both versions of the first episode but that could be just the entire plot very nice storyline and for the time this would've been one of my FAVORITES great job on daily feature and I can't wait to see the rest.

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it was funny.

<3

Love the Y-town Public series! This is probably my favorite one of all...! I love the Giga Eraser 3000.

no...

ok...
if it wasnt for the sub-titles, i would never have understood a single word they said! I thank you for putting subs in there.
and the bios of your characters are nice.
you need to fix the sound of your flash. it sux hard. and your dialogs are like... weird. i cant really explane it...
they talk too much about stuff, instead of moving on to the story.
for example, the part about the gay guy dieing from the last ep. they rant on about that, I got bored and stoped watching it from there. he died from last ep and came back. he's making up excuses using clones and stuff, we get it, dont have to rant on and explane any more.

well, it was an ok flash, drawinf is ok to look at... needs a little more flavor, sound, dialog and work on the evil laugh!

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Score
3.56 / 5.00

Uploaded
Nov 27, 2001
9:39 AM EST
Genre
Comedy - Original
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  • Daily Feature November 28, 2001