Now I hate this episode, but I still like the first episode. Shoyu Weenie- I liked this episode the first time I saw it but it only took one watch before I got completely sick of it. I am completely serious. This episode just seemed to be written for anyone who's heard of Scooby-Doo, a. That's well and good if you're trying to get big ratings on a network TV sitcom with a live studio audience, but this is the show that every TV critic is calling "Adult Swim's smartest show".
That person is right. One of the things I really liked about the first episode is how many Hanna-Barbera in-jokes it had, like the only way you could get every joke is if you saw every episode of Jonny Quest. It's like they came up with the retarded "terrorist" plot first and then decided on a cartoon character to plug in later. Maybe the reason I like this episode is because the idea of taking an old cartoon character and putting it in an adult situation seemed "fresh" at the start of Adult Swim and just hearing about sex on Cartoon Network was enough to give me the giggles. And then the gay jokes, they make Boat Trip seem scholarly. It was a pill, black and yellow, though God only knows what color it was originally. Death By Chocolate- One of the worst episodes of anything ever. If you ask anyone else, they would probably say that it's the worst. Now that I think about it, they really never made any reference to weed in this entire episode. The more I write, the more I hate this…thing, this laborious trudge through middle-aged male dysfunction. I really really hate Birdman. It dawned on me immediately. In the first episode, even if you never saw Jonny Quest you'd still catch on pretty quickly that Benton and Race were gay, but in this episode they just assumed you already knew about all the "Shaggy has a beard and he rides in a van he must smoke weed" elementary school playground jokes. This was pretty much a throwaway episode with nothing at all memorable in it. Now I'm so sick of it it's rediculous. I know it wasn't memorable because right now I'm trying to write about it and I can't think of anything to write about cause I don't remember what happened except for the general plot. Do not believe any of the hype surrounding this film. This episode actually had a clever concept that's never really been done before, but filled with boring dumb mafia cliches. If you're asking a retarded TV critic who writes for a newspaper or magazine and he thinks of Adult Swim as the thing that has Futurama and Family Guy on it, he would say it was the best. Like how I said the previous episode seemed to be written just for anyone who's heard of Scooby-Doo, this episode just seemed to be written for every retard alive who's never even seen a cartoon in their lives. Welcome to the first update on my new website! Depending on who you ask, it's either the best show on Adult Swim or the worst. You have to see it to believe how offensively braindead these men are when it comes to thinking about and portraying women. It's for people who want to feel like they're all cool by watching "adult cartoons" but they don't get actual good shows like ATHF or Space Ghost. Basically, Birdman is "Adult Swim lite".
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