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  1. I remember really liking this one, so I don’t mind revisiting. I couldn’t make it through the sequel, but if I have time, I may try again.
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    Episode 239 - Cool World

    Yes! For Lonnette too! I was like, “Enjoy your eternity of joyless, cartoon sex, I guess.”
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    Episode 239 - Cool World

    When Nails is scaling Holli’s tower and hauling Harris behind him, how come they didn’t go the distance and just have Brad Pitt grabbing a web coming out of Nails’ anal gland? This 100% feels like the type of movie to go there, why chicken out?
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    Episode 239 - Cool World

    Honestly, while the entire movie is pretty crazy, the wildest moment for me was after Holli kills Harris and then makes the decision to continue her journey to the roof by climbing up from balcony to balcony. You have killed literally the only person actively trying to stop you. Take the freaking stairs, Holli.
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    Episode 239 - Cool World

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    Episode 239 - Cool World

    As the gang and others have already stated, I really had a hard time understanding what was actually happening in the movie. Like, I got the broad strokes of it all, but when it came down to the details, motivations and plot points would seemingly change on a whim--which is truly bizarre in an animated movie. For instance, when Doc Whiskers and Holli meet in Las Vegas, she tells him she wants it so that she can be real. He responds by saying that getting the Spike is impossible, because when *he* tried (because I guess he was trying to become human too?) it almost killed him. But in the very next scene, he tells Deebs and Harris that if she removes the spike it will destroy both universes. So...which is it? Does removing the Spike turn you human or does it destroy the multiverse? And if Doc Whiskers knew that removing it would destroy both universes, why did he even attempt to remove it? I feel like his character is far more insidious than we are led to believe. Of course none of this really matters as the result of removing the Spike turns out to be a completely different scenario in which no one turns human neither universe is destroyed but rather combined.
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    Episode 239 - Cool World

    The gang all had different interpretations regarding why Holli and Deebs reverted to the doodles they did at the end of the movie. In particular, they wondered why Holli didn't just revert back to her original design. My interpretation of it was that a Noid turning Doodle will become a caricature of their inner self. When it first occurs to Deebs, he becomes a kind of a cartoonish bum. As for Holli, as she insists on drawing attention to herself in increasingly ridiculous ways, her new Doodle form becomes a kind of bizarre clown monster. She doesn't become Holli as she was, because, as a Noid, that is no longer a reflection of who she is. This is also why when Deebs achieves self-actualization and give up his selfish ways in order to stop Holli, he goes from being a trash bag doodle to a superhero .
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    Episode 239 - Cool World

  9. Cameron H.

    3rd Annual(?) Howdies

    I’m not sure I’m familiar with this one.
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    Musical Mondays Week 91 Hello Again

    Well, the copy I pre ordered includes Murder Most Foul. It looks like the two tracks before it are also about 8 and 10 minutes long. Everything else is 6 mins or less.
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    Musical Mondays Week 91 Hello Again

    @grudlian.and @AlmostAGhost, did you see the pre-order for Bob Dylan’s “Rough and Rowdy Ways?” (I preordered )
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    Musical Mondays Week 91 Hello Again

    And you can’t bring up Star Fleet without me thinking about space...
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    Musical Mondays Week 91 Hello Again

    And you can’t bring up Star Trek actors singing without me thinking...
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    Musical Mondays Week 91 Hello Again

    You cannot sing the lines “The greatest adventure” without my brain immediately going here...
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    Musical Mondays Week 91 Hello Again

    It has a very “I’m winging it” quality to it. It’s kind of how I felt about some of the music in Jesus Christ Superstar, but less memorable. Like, you can’t hum along to it or anything.
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    Musical Mondays Week 91 Hello Again

    I’m a half hour in and I’m going nuts.
  17. No one is greater than Zumbo!
  18. I’ve honestly never really been into it, but it’s hitting a sweet spot today. Pun 100% intended
  19. The plan was to watch it today, but apparently I’m now binging Nailed it. So...I may need to watch this tomorrow.
  20. Cameron H.

    3rd Annual(?) Howdies

    I like it
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    3rd Annual(?) Howdies

    Yeah, that would be no fun. However, I figured it would be more annoying to be constantly updating after every update.
  22. Cameron H.

    3rd Annual(?) Howdies

    I was going to edit them into the first post once we got them all. Should I be doing that as we go along?
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    3rd Annual(?) Howdies

    From Ep 141 The Shadow Grossest Sex Talk--4:43 Jason wants to fuck a Billboard of a Llama Best Host Theory (Maybe?) --39:17 Paul keeps insisting that the building in the movie is invisible, while everyone else tries to explain that it just appears invisible due to hypnosis. Best Live Audience Qustion-- 1:02:11 Killian The Shadow is actually Peter Pan "Best Live Audience Question" or "Best Use of Google" or "Best Moment of Realization" -- 1:07:34 David brings up that the knife in The Shadow is the same knife in The Golden Child, they Google to confirm
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    3rd Annual(?) Howdies

    Could be..? I thought it was more recent than that, but I could be wrong.
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    Episode 238.5 — Prequel to 239

    Grawp (or whatever) was another pointless detour. I think that whole situation *might* amount to a little more in the book, but there’s absolutely no reason why that was included in the movie. It’s brought up once and forgotten forever.
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