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A Very Useful T-Rex

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Making new friends isn't always easy, as T-Rex discovers, even though he has all the bells and whistles.

Mix, sound design and narration by Nick Standing (Jabun).
http://jabunaudio.weebly.com/https://www.facebook.com/JabunAudio

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i came for humor and i got Thomas the train plus even if a little kid watched this it would teach them to bully

How could anyone not love this?

FunStation4Kids responds:

This episode has already annoyed some viewers, partially because of the off-the-wall story :)

Thanks for reviewing!

Hilarious!!!!!!!!!!
Great work on that parody.
Truth be told, I used to watch the original version of Thomas with the stop motion expressions.
I never got the chance to see the CGI reboot or how dull it is for someone my age.
Childhood in the 90s, go figure.

FunStation4Kids responds:

Thanks for the review - and the extra !!!!!!!!!!!'s !!!!!!!!

I saw mainly the stop motion as well. The nauseatingly repetitive, "very useful engine" really dragged me down, so it's fun to make a mockery :D :D :D

A real lovely animation and great sync!

Though i needed some time to get my own thoughts out of the gutter, expecting something adult rated any second, BEFORE taking a closer look at it.

Keep it up!

FunStation4Kids responds:

When we wrote the script up, extra effort was made to make things crazy but still keep it general audience. Hopefully the T-Rex character can stand on his own in the next one, we're planning a whole different story, really crazy as well.

Thanks for taking the time to review!

PBS should hire you, Thomas and friends needs to be rebooted with more humor and trains or no trains, that repetitiveness speech needs to go.

FunStation4Kids responds:

I don't even know that Thomas has friends, it should be "Thomas and his snarky acquaintances".

Yep, they definitely play it safe and keep within a small box as far as content, why change their profit-driven formula, right?

Thanks for the review! :D

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3.72 / 5.00

Uploaded
Sep 9, 2015
3:39 PM EDT
Genre
Comedy - Parody
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