Thursday, April 21, 2011

Save it for the Podcast! Episode 2

In our newest episode we are joined by Chis the Nerd as we discuss cartoons we enjoyed growing up and what has befallen cartoons in general since then. And yes, Detroit accidentally introduced Arthur by his real name.

1 comment:

  1. What's with all the drug comments?

    I wasn't that fond of the Battletech RPG. Too complicated.

    Robotech was on while he was in college? Oh, the Sci-Fi Channel.

    Ah, way to stick to the topic Ozzie.

    Robotech was three different series merged into one.

    Good lord, Vegetales.

    They then went and censored the Speedy Gonzales cartoons because they were being politically correct.

    Harvey Birdman was one of the best shows.

    I want Megas XLR back!

    You can't sue someone over bad taste.

    The Venture Bros. is still the best show on TV.

    Metalocalypse kind of simmmered down for me.

    Courage the Cowardly Dog was amazing. Call of Cthulhu for Kids? Actually, that makes a lot of sense.


    I never watched Rocko's Modern Life.

    Speed is a freaking cheater with a trick car.

    Yeah, I watched Centurions and M.A.S.K.

    Animaniacs was pretty good.

    There was a time when Disney cartoons ruled the world.

    What about Cheetara on Thundercats?

    Can rabies even been transferred by sex?

    Blackstar - Proto He-Man.

    I loved Gargoyles.

    He DOES look like Tony Stark!

    Join the Navy. Join the Navy. ...huh? Where am I?

    Breathe, dude.

    The problem with cartoons these days is that they talk down to their audience.

    Nah. You just overlook them because you've tuned them out.

    My art teacher actually showed an episode of Batman: The Animated Series in class because of the style.

    And how does Mighty Max lead into Spongebob again?

    Yes. So many dumbasses.

    You're dead wrong about the terrorist thing.

    Yes, playing it safe is a good way to put it.

    The Real Ghostbusters is still the best cartoon ever. The show was written by J. Michael Strazinsky, too. For awhile, at least.

    I don't know. Billy and Mandy was alright.

    Hell, the Grim Reaper from Bill and Ted would be okay at this point.

    Dammit! I was typing that!

    Good Omens sounds fun.

    HEY! Just because it's a cartoon doesn't mean it has to be written poorly!

    A JEM amongst the shit?

    Dexter's Lab was pretty good.

    We all miss Samurai Jack. Without Mako, they're never going to bring it back, though.

    And know kung-fu.

    Come, learn the language of your new overlords.

    Tiny Toons did a lot of music, too. Their music video for They Might Be Giants was great.

    ...? You lost me on the gross close-ups.

    Invader Zim. I have to see that one of these days.

    Villainous teachers isn't that uncommon.

    Disney - "We'll Swallow Your Soul!"

    Wait, they said what? Holy crap.

    You watched the Barbie movies?

    I don't know. Duckman was on for awhile. The Critic was highly intelligent.

    Damn these podcasts. I really want to but in on these conversations. Though you need to say a little more, Ozzie.

    Family Guy went downhill fast.

    I haven't seen the Cleveland Show.

    Like Futurama. Canceling that was a huge mistake.

    American Idol? You have no place here. On Earth.

    What's Breaking In?

    I miss Farscape.

    Spaceballs the Flamethrower!

    Anime has gone seriously downhill, too.


    It's not just the animators. Anime these days has run out of ideas.

    There was only one part at the end of Stand Alone Complex that went over my head.


    ..................? I'm lost. He just tossed out names I don't know.

    Yes. Zoicite was a guy. And they never showed past R in the US.

    Invisible guns?

    GOD NO. The Parallax story sucked.


    Gothic Horror for kids? Pokethulhu? Have you played that RPG? It's free.

    You just focus-grouped that idea into suck. No.

    Star Wars is swords and sorcery in space.

    If you want this stuff, then you're going to have to stop saying "for kids". It won't happen that way.