THIS IS BRILLIANT ON SO MANY LEVELS
THIS IS BEAUTIFUL
Excuse me, I think you’re forgetting a few people
And last but not least…
OH. MY. GOD.
IT GOT BETTER
It got so much better
Phineas and Ferb side of Tumblr; How is there half an episode?
the animators were busy making a full episode but then dinosaurs came back from the grave and viciously murdered everyone working in the studio, leaving half an animated episode that only us fans wallowing in our own misery can enjoy to worship the last moments of our heros’ lives
No but actually
I don’t remember the half episode
WHAT IS THIS
My opinion is that they have counted two 11 minutes episodes to one episode and I know that one 11 minutes episode hasn’t aired in America yet while the other episode which belongs to the not aired episode has aired already.
Now I’m sitting here thinking, “how long of an episode that has aired somewhere besides the US? Like what is it?” That’s going to tick me off by the end of the day XD
the episode “Doof 101” already aired in Russia and Germany while it isn’t out in America yet and it’s paired with the episode “Father’s Day” which is already out for a few months
And now i am no longer curious XD thanks!!!
you’re welcome :D but I’m not sure if this is the real reason for the half episode there xD
*shrugs* it MIGHT be XD
The most notes I’ve ever had on my sad little fandom blog is for something I’ve never watched. Thanks, Phineas and Ferb side of Tumblr!! :)
You seem rather drunk.
Rather less than I plan to be.
25 year ago (this October), Roseanne splashed onto our screens and into our hearts. It was a show depicted through the unfiltered lense of a working-class family—specifically one woman; Roseanne Barr. It touched upon topics from blue-collar family life, adolescence, family dynamics, LGBT issues, women’s issues, body image, and a lot more.
Arguably, it was the first Reality TV show. Reality in that it was scripted (like current reality tv shows are)—but spoke to everyone that watched. Everyone.
You know what’s truly unique and interesting about this television show? We haven’t seen a show like this since it went off the air. Everything, since then, on our televisions, has been sugar coated, polished with bright white teeth, high-end fashion, simplified conflict-resolutions scenarios, marketing slants, and a decreased scope/lense of what the real world really looks like (at least in America).
If you get the chance, watch it from beginning to end. Invite your friends over and really take a bite out of the best sitcom that ever was and ever will be.
I will never not love Roseanne, she is the ultimate female warrior without all the pre-packaged faux-feminists crap of “role models” today