RLS Legacy

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About RLS Legacy

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    Gaming, architecture, writing, studying film, games journalism, badminton. Possessed of a profound interest in a certain blue hedgehog.
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  1. I know this is a late response, but... @SpongicX and anyone else who found the musical number in 'Mr. Eggman' weird and uncomfortable - it's actually a parody of a movie scene. More specifically, this scene from Bye Bye Birdie. Watch and you'll see it's an almost note-for-note recreation. Yeah, I know. Very odd and specific thing to parody, but there you go. Not totally out of left field after all.
  2. What are Boom's odds of actually winning, speaking realistically? Assuming all its fans have indeed rallied behind it and voted the 10 times per day.
  3. Apparently 'responding civilly to a point' is now what passes for 'getting worked up.'
  4. Look at this. https://twitter.com/hashtag/choiceanimatedtvshow?f=tweets&vertical=default&src=hash Checked the hashtag #ChoiceAnimatedTVShow and almost all the votes are for Boom. Keep it up, guys. We might actually pull this off!
  5. Why are SEGA and Technicolor so vehemently opposed to people actually watching their bloody TV programme? Why are they going out of their way to make it as absurdly difficult as possible to view it legally? It boggles the mind.
  6. Am I going mad, or was this week's episode an almost exact replica of the classic Fawlty Towers episode 'the Hotel Inspector'? Essentially, in the episode, Basil hears there's an anonymous hotel reviewer coming to stay at his hotel and so he starts pandering and being overly courteous to every guest on the off-chance that they're the critic, only to find they are, among other things, spoon salesmen and theatre actors. The reviewer turns out to be a character who spent the majority of the episode in the background. Hijinx ensue. In 'Inn Sanity', Eggman hears there's an anonymous hotel reviewer coming to stay at his hotel and so he starts pandering and being overly courteous to every guest on the off-chance that they're the critic, only to find they are, among other things, insurance reps and vacuum cleaner salesmen. The reviewer turns out to be a character who spent the majority of the episode in the background. Hijinx ensue. Coincidence?
  7. And I think, Donnie, you have hit the proverbial nail on the proverbial head right here. That's exactly what CN wishes to avoid. They don't want any competition for their legion of TTG reruns and merchandising, so they punted one of the few shows that could have stood up to it (given proper marketing) into the abyss of Boomerang. It's a very scummy tactic, and one which I'm glad is coming back to bite them in the arse, what with Boom still being nominated for a major award despite their shenanigans.
  8. Same reason they changed up the cast for Ratchet and Clank. And had Bob Hoskins play Mario. Because recognisable names = ticket money.
  9. Looks like Alan deleted his tweet. Either he was in violation of some NDA or didn't feel like causing any drama. Either way, the plot thickens.
  10. Alan: "I'd sign up for that in a second." Ergo he hasn't signed up for it, ergo season 3 isn't in production.
  11. I wouldn't bet on it. A couple of the writers have indicated recently on Twitter that they aren't currently writing season 3, which they would be by this point if it was planned (for reference, season 2 entered production in early 2015, only a couple months into season 1). Sadly, I don't think it's happening.
  12. And so we must return to the perennial Sonic Boom question: why did CN not have faith in the show to begin with? What prompted them to dump it in such an awful timeslot almost from the outset? It honestly baffles me that they ordered two seasons of this shit and then proceeded to screw it over as though they wanted nothing to do with it.
  13. >Angry Birds >a good movie Yeah, you'll forgive me for taking your opinions with a pinch of salt from here on out.
  14. You keep throwing around words like 'bad' and 'tanked.' Out of interest, what, to you, would be 'good' ratings for a cartoon based on Sonic the Hedgehog? You can't realistically be expecting it to pull millions and millions.