And unless it had relation to the Freelancer Arc and or the Re-Arc,it still wouldn't change anything,and if it were a solo arc,without the Reds and Blues,or the Freelancers,it would feel like the starting episodes of Season 15,extended to 15-24 or so episodes.
I don't know why you'd exclude the Reds and Blues for such a long period of time though, that seems a bit extreme. I just think that it'd be a good plot point to revisit.
Although you couldn't really do that now though, seeing as how the series is completely off the rails.
It was just an "If" scenario,I'm sure the writers could make something to insert the Reds and Blues in that arc you talk about.
Ehh,I wouldn't say it went off the rails for me,considering I understand convulted stories or time concept tropes,but I guess that's entirely objective?
Never knew the difference between the terms.
Objective is based on factual evidence, and subjective is based on opinions.
I can understand the story just fine no matter how convoluted it is, I just think that Joe has jumped the shark in such a way that the only way to continue RVB from his seasons is to increase the ridiculousness exponentially or reboot the show altogether and retcon everything he's done, neither of which will end up being satisfying for the viewers IMHO.
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The only give away would be if he starts reading any instructions
Drummer: "Okay, so step one says-"
Dan: WHO THE FUCK ARE YOU AND WHERE IS ARIN.
Is that Candy from Five nights at Candy's in the Background, and is someone voicing him yet?
It's "Sugar" (yes it's candy)
Excuse me, what?
I W A N T T H E F R E D B E A R P I G G Y B A N K
I love that look at the end like, "So, uuuhh....is this it oorr...?"
Soo I think I've got something dialed in. This isn't actually a two-season arc. It's a one season arc that Joe cut in half and stuffed with a metric shit ton of filler to pad time, which is why this season is short, and I'm just gonna go out on a limb here, next season is gonna be short too.
Nobody gonna mention that it was different the second time around?
edit: disregard this comment
Maybe it was because I was so in that moment, but Goddamn this part of this scene is just awful all over the place.
Looks like O'Malley is in a wrestling ring about to lay the smack down
Oh my god he's literally dropping an elbow.
Or literally anyone on Twitter?
Isn't the whole point that it's public? (honest question, not a Twitter user)
They don't want the community to witch hunt people who are idiots, no matter how publicly they choose to do so.
Honestly I scrub my Twitter every year or so not because I think anything is offensive but times change and so do my opinions.
Honestly, as soon as I read this I thought, "Yeah I'm gonna go scrub my account right now, give myself a fresh start." Then I realized that I follow accounts that post straight up porn, and I remember that I can't be bothered to give a fuck. It's not like I'm gonna get hired by Disney in my lifetime anyways.
Which is alarming, disgusting and telling of how this society operates. Gunn goes down admittedly for really shitty, unfunny jokes but actual pedos, molesters and abusers can roam free or be allowed to still work in the same industries....
The reason for this? The actual pedos fight tooth and nail to stay where they are, but actually decent humans that own up to their past will not defend themselves from it, not saying that Gunn is a saint or that his past is justified or anything, but he probably could get away with this if he threw around the right kind of money, like those other disgusting people do.
He was still moderately dumb, and then Omega messing with his brain messed him up the rest of the way.
Edit for clarification: that's when we started seeing Caboose as we know him now. when we found out about him losing oxygen, it was way after the loss occured and I assume near the Omega window.
AI fuckery and then lack of oxygen leading to brain damage in both cases? Sounds a lot like our good friend Agent Washington...
No they don't.
And don't ever say that again.
Search your feelings, you know it to be true.
Remember kids: If you're going to turn into a zombie, tie yourself to something please, it'd make the apocalypse sooooo much easier on the living.
Bonus from Game Grumps, imagine the opening as someone falling down a flight of stairs.
I used to watch so much of a specific youtuber that I started saying the same things he did BEFORE he said them. I had to take a little break from youtube after that happened.
I’ve adopted the grumps habit of yelling out names they find humorous in post credits.
To add to this, if I can't think of a name I name them some ridiculous like Flomrptl
Eeeeey this is pretty dope, I hope that the person who wanted to write this thing is here
I might write that movie...
EDIT --> (first act pitch below)
Bro, if this movie gets made, I want to be an extra that gets killed in the collateral damage when they eventually team up to fight the guy that hired them
This. Summarized my problems with this season perfectly.
Jake is really really good at voicing opinions in an intelligent fashion.
I try to do the same but it usually devolves into, "HUR DUR WHY MAKE STUPID FUNNY WHEN CAN MAKE SMART FUNNY, FUCK JOE NICKELODEON DURP DURD" or something of that nature.
Short version is the actress behind Tex began having some problems with RT's business decisions, had some poorly worded comments, and is neither side is really open to working with each other anymore.
Actually Kathleen is completely open to working with them, and has said so multiple times, but RT doesn't want to work with her anymore.
To be fair, she's the one who did the bad mouthing, not them. So I can understand their viewpoint.
Of course, I'm not trying to defend her on those points ir anything, I just thought a little clarification on that particular subject would be nice.
If you don't want fat people in your Gym, then where should they be going to get less fat?
When RVB first came out there was a million of them, the only reason RVB is still around is because of its dedicated fanbase.
Yeah but I was hoping for something more original and after some thought I think I might look into Titanfall. It's got everything I Need so It could be something worth while
Go ahead dude, I can't wait to see what you figure out!
He's 17, he probably saved those quarters for a while, and he even waited the extra time to give a really good tip, like, fuck you restaurant, it's still exceptable money just get one of your other employees to count if you think your too good for physically counting. He just wanted to show his friends a good time and pay for their dinner.
This episode did the same thing I had a problem with last week: it goes from thing to thing practically instantaneously, leaving me with no idea how I'm supposed to interpret what's going on. Huggins leaves and is going to tell Atlas about what's going on, oh no! Wait, Golf Club Dude just straight-up murdered her, maybe? Then he says "no running in the halls"; is this whole scene supposed to be a joke? Is this just a petty non-lethal punishment like you'd normally get for running in the halls? Then Muggins says she's dead and launches right into a eulogy on the spot, and everyone just kinda goes with it instead of acting on the much more important issue of stopping the Reds and Blues. Was that supposed to feel so out of place? I was expecting a punch line, like Huggins suddenly zipping back into the hall after being "dead", but no punch line ever came. And now I guess Genkins (is that his name? He's had all of five lines, so I know nothing about this guy) is manipulating everyone into blaming the Reds and Blues? Is he a villain? What are his motivations? We've only got a couple episodes one episode left; seems like an odd time to introduce this. Then boom, the "fates" show up, I guess? If they're all AIs, what's with this dog and pony show when no mortal is around to see it? Is this supposed to be funny? Etc.
And I don't want to be mean to this season, because it's had some really great character development, but I'm just so confused about what it wants to be.
Next episode is the finale btw, Joe has confirmed that atleast
That's even weirder. I don't see how they could possibly wrap all this up without ending on a cliffhanger or straight-up ignoring half the plot threads.
I don't know about you, but I do not want another season like this, of this storyline. It's just bullshit on bullshit on bullshit, and it's getting really tiresome
I could write a novella on the issues of this seaon, and another on the previous season, but I won't and save time by simply saying, that Joe NEEDS to shape up or ship out, and now with 2 seasons of precedent, I'm leaning towards ship out.
Canon Halo has the Precursors of the Forerunners able to move galaxies around on a whim. This isn't really much compared to that.
Precursors are so far removed from the plot of Halo they might as well not exist. Hell I'm willing to bet that 90 percent don't even know they exist. It's completely different cause these guys have the power to do what they want, and are there to do it.
Huh, I just remembered that I have Bio Broly on DVD, and I've also never actually watched it. I wonder if it isn't entirely awful...