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My Little Pony Friendship is Magic - TV Shows
Your guess is as good as mine, PYLrulz. Speaking of which, McDonalds' has My Little Pony as toys for girls. -- Submitted By: (Robert) on March 15, 2012, 11:45 am

Compulsory Voting - Random Topics
Isn't this unconstitutional? If not, it should be. The excuse "it encourages people to get active and interested in politics" is baloney: people end up going "eenie, meenie, minie, moe" to choose candidates. And which politician should we vote for? When it comes to political ads, all we hear from candidate Tom is why you shouldn't vote for Dick or Harry. OK, we get it, Tom: Dick stole $450,000 in taxpayer funds to buy himself a yacht. Harry called his ex-wives whores on live TV three years ago, and he refuses to pay child support because they're not his. You play these ads EVERY...SINGLE...COMMERCIAL...BREAK. What are YOU going to do when elected, Tom? Maybe YOUR crimes are so much worse that all you can do is smear Dick and Harry? -- Submitted By: (Robert) on March 15, 2012, 11:43 am

Ben & Jerry's - Random Topics
Adam's Apple-y Ever After? -- Submitted By: (Robert) on March 15, 2012, 11:38 am

Dr. Seuss movies (live-action) - Movie Series
It's a shame two classic books had to be brutally gutted and boned until Audrey came to her senses. Before these abominations were unleashed, if someone said they're going to watch the Grinch or the Cat in the Hat, you automatically knew what they meant: the cartoon masterpieces. Not anymore. Plus, it gets worse. Whenever the Grinch is promoted (like "Grinchmas" at Universal Studios), it's almost always based on the horrid movie, rather than the Chuck Jones special. -- Submitted By: (Robert) on March 2, 2012, 1:18 pm

Shrek - Movie Series
SPOILER ALERTS if you haven't seen the Fourth movie! Also, sorry for the long post ahead. IMHO, the fourth movie wasn't bad, but it's loaded with plot holes (which, in turn, make you realize the previous sequels have them as well). When the movie starts, it's revealed that when Shrek rescued Fiona, he stopped the King and Queen from signing a deal with Rumpelstiltskin. But in the second movie, Prince Charming goes the castle, and finds Fiona was already rescued. Since Shrek 4 takes place in an alternate universe where Shrek was never born, what happened to the Fairy Godmother (who'd still be alive if Shrek never existed) and Prince Charming? They're nowhere, not even as a cameo or flashback (except during the credit roll, to reflect on the previous three movies). In the second movie, the Fairy Godmother made a deal with the King that her son would marry Fiona. So why are the King and Queen making a deal with Rumpelstiltskin instead of her? And since she'd still be alive, where is she to fight Rumpelstiltskin over who rules Far Far Away? With Shrek gone, the King and Queen surrender their kingdom to Rumpel, then disappear out of existence. Rumpel doesn't uphold his deal to free Fiona. Since Shrek doesn't exist, Prince Charming (or Lord Farquaad) could've saved her instead. In the alternate universe, Dragon has been moved to Rumpel's castle. Was she taken there before or after Fiona left the castle? If before, rescuing Fiona would've been easy. In fact, instead of hiring someone in the first movie (which was Shrek, but now Shrek was never born), Farquaad could've saved her himself. Like Fairy Godmother and Prince Charming, Farquaad is never seen, much less mentioned. Back to Fiona, she gets tired of waiting and...frees herself. She stayed there to hide her curse. Now that she's free, and the curse is broken by true love's kiss, she can find her true love. According to the second movie, she had a crush on Prince Charming, so she should've looked for him. Instead, she joins the ogres, as their warrior queen. She was ashamed to be an ogre until she met Shrek, so why would she be with ogres instead of people? Then, we have Puss in Boots. Introduced in the second movie as a hitman hired by the King to kill Shrek, he's become Fiona's overweight pet. He would never have met Fiona if not for Shrek. It would've been apropos if he was a freelance hitman against the ogre forces (bonus points would've been awarded if he saw the error of his ways and joins them, like he did in Shrek 2). But if he's Fiona's pet, wouldn't it be more logical that he were a warrior like her? OK, I admit, fat Puss is funny, but there's no way Shrek never existing would turn him into Garfield. In the first movie, the fairy tale characters were in Shrek's swamp because Farquaad was hunting them down, and Shrek made a deal to get rid of them. If Shrek never existed, they'd still be using the swamp as a secret hiding place (no Shrek = no one kicks them out). Donkey was originally going to be sold in the first movie, but he runs away and Shrek saves him. So it makes sense that he's the witches' slave. What happens to all the other characters, like Arthur, and the others from the third movie? Surely they would have helped in the fight against Rumpel. -- Submitted By: (Robert) on March 2, 2012, 1:02 pm

Dawn Lyn - Celebrities
Finally, the truth about Dawn Lyn comes out! Most of the people who savaged her have long since left Bone the Fish, and a new patron saint for BTF is being/has been considered. -- Submitted By: (Robert) on March 2, 2012, 12:08 pm

Ford Motor Company - Random Topics
Car commercials are one big contest to see who can patronize viewers the best. -- Submitted By: (Robert) on February 24, 2012, 1:01 pm

Warner Music Group - Random Topics
When it comes to fiercely guarding their property, they're now just as bad (if not worse than) Disney. And what business do they have to claim videos which aren't even their own? At least Disney guards only what's theirs. -- Submitted By: (Robert) on February 24, 2012, 12:46 pm

Futurama - TV Shows
One of the funniest (and truest!) Simpsons quotes. -- Submitted By: (Robert) on February 19, 2012, 12:30 pm

Futurama - TV Shows
Sadly, it seems EVERY animated show out there follows the Simpsons' formula: replacing plots with zany gags, characters that get dumber each season, etc. Even Spongebob followed this formula; compare older episodes to newer ones and you'll see it for yourself. -- Submitted By: (Robert) on February 15, 2012, 9:39 pm

Star Wars - Movie Series
Considering how popular the Star Wars franchise is, a $23 million opening (even for a re-release) is rather abysmal. -- Submitted By: (Robert) on February 15, 2012, 9:31 pm

Rugrats - TV Shows
Taffy sounds like the parents, who never learn a keystone rule when it comes to child-rearing: NEVER leave your kids unattended. Then again, how would they have their adventures without semi-neglectful parents? The 90s Are All That allows me to see the episodes I missed after stopping early into season 4. Man, talk about going downhill. In the first seasons, the kids got into mischief, though they'd wreck some things in the process. In season 4, they caused chaos and destruction. Angelica is a monster in all the seasons, but things happen to her that actually make you feel bad for her: On a boating trip, she lets her doll water ski, and a fish swallows it. Angelica frantically tries to get it back, and in the process accidentally releases the anchor. Her dad takes her below deck as she tries to explain what happened, but he refuses to listen and tells her to stay down there, leaving her to cry as she's helpless to get her doll back. She's just as much a monster as in the previous seasons, though. Possible more so: when they were at the car wash, she accidentally opened the sun roof, and water came in. When Chuckie tried to close the sun roof, she fought to keep it open. -- Submitted By: (Robert) on February 14, 2012, 1:10 pm

Star Wars - Movie Series
What, these people don't have Star Wars Episode I on DVD at home? -- Submitted By: (Robert) on February 14, 2012, 12:36 pm

Whitney Houston - Celebrities
If drugs are the cause of death, then Whitney is sadly yet another celebrity who threw her life away. As for Tony Bennett, legalizing drugs will make them easier to obtain, thus INCREASING the number of deaths from drug abuse. Cigarettes are legal, yet look how many people die from them each year. -- Submitted By: (Robert) on February 14, 2012, 12:33 pm

Super Bowl Halftime Shows - Random Topics
Ugh, I couldn't believe they hired Madonna for the Halftime show. If Lady Gaga suddenly appeared out of nowhere and took the stage, I would've loved to see the look on Madonna's face. -- Submitted By: (Robert) on February 9, 2012, 12:04 pm

Harry Potter - Movie Series
The only movies in this series that I missed were Deathly Hallows pt 1 and 2. When I read the book, it felt like 25% of it was Harry, Hermione, and Ron's "camping trip". What's worse, all they do is sit around and plan what to do next (and get into fights with each other), instead of doing anything interesting, like fight monsters. It takes them forever to finally meet up with Voldemort's forces. You'd think, with the movie's tendency to cut parts from the book, they'd cut that, of all things. Then they could have made one movie instead of a two-parter. And consider this: Order of the Phoenix had more pages than Deathly Hallows, yet Deathly Hallows was the one made into a two-parter. -- Submitted By: (Robert) on February 9, 2012, 11:53 am

Super Mario Bros. (film) - Movie Series
When I was young, I liked a lot of movies based on games or cartoons, though I was too naive to notice something wasn't right in them. However, with this one, I knew at once something was really wrong. Bowser (Sorry, that's "King Koopa") was cast as a human instead of a spiked turtlelike monster, goombas were dinosaurs instead of those walking fanged mushrooms, Yoshi was a baby theropod instead of being large enough for Mario to ride, and the timeline took place in...the age of the dinosaurs?! I don't recall anything suggesting the cretaceous era in SMB, SMB2, or SMB3. Or even Super Mario Land. But, Super Mario World has Yoshi, and he's a dinosaur, so let's make the Mario cartoon and movie take place in the days of the dinosaurs! -- Submitted By: (Robert) on February 2, 2012, 2:01 pm

Garfield Minus Garfield - Websites
Jim Davis is a good sport. I admire his humility. -- Submitted By: (Robert) on January 26, 2012, 12:54 pm

Censorship - Random Topics
On one hand, they keep kids from seeing bad things (before the internet, there wasn't really a way parents could find out if a show was kid-friendly until after they already watched it). On the other hand, it enables irresponsible parents, whose stupidity in turn ruins shows for everyone else (banned episodes, etc.). The cons outweigh the pros. -- Submitted By: (Robert) on January 26, 2012, 12:53 pm

JumptheShark.com - Websites
So the Wayback Machine has boned, too. Sigh. -- Submitted By: (Robert) on January 26, 2012, 12:51 pm

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