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  1. She’s All Yak is this week’s episode, focusing on the Student 6 and basically the pony equivalent of prom night. Just meh overall for me. I did like Angel Bunny, parts with Pinkie and DJ Spike. Not a fan of the song. Some jokes fall flat. The biggest problem was like the previous episode where the plot and lesson were too basic and bare bones. Falling into the trope where someone learns proper etiquette and mannerisms for an event and all things learned were tossed out the friggin’ window for a cliché “Be Yourself” moral that the show practically done dozens of times beforehand. Why couldn’t Yona just keep the things learned and just ditch the dress? Besides none of the other characters barely dressed up for the occasion in the first place, making it moot point. Also, was it just me or did some of the expressions felt uncanny/off-putting at times? Yeah, pretty much a So-so ep.
  2. Looking at Commander Holly's Channel, it didn't take long for subscribers to bail out along with higher dislikes in her recent vids and comments to be disabled. https://www.youtube.com/user/CommanderHolly

    D O Y O U W A N T T O C O M E ?

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  4. @11:39 Yeesh, no wonder Coolio is a One Hit Wonder. No sane person keeps that hideous dreaded pigtails for that long.
  5. Where's the chips?

  6. And its probably all for a reference of Knuckles SA1 theme with "not chuckle" line involved.
  7. This week’s episode Common Ground features Patton Oswald’s return as Quibble Pants. It was just alright, I guess. A bit on the meh side maybe. I liked much of the stuff that didn’t center on the main plot oddly enough such as Snips and Snails, some of the locations, and the film reel at the beginning (though it feels like wasted potential and disappointing if we don’t get an episode focusing on the making of films/film industry as a whole). The plot and lesson of the episode felt too basic and barebones, boiling it down to just being honest and being yourself, which done in previous eps beforehand. The number of sport clichés i.e. training montage and scoring in the wrong goal, which that felt awkward and cringe-inducing at times esp. with some of the humor and Dash’s awful planning. Not a fan of Wind Sprint’s design either which felt like a discolored filly Twilight rather distracting. Also, I preferred Quibble’s characterization from Strange Then Fan Fiction than here. An episode than leans toward just average on a whole.
  8. Sonic.exe.the movie.

  9. Ah much better.


    1. Teoskaven



  10. So this came up in my YT subscription.


  11. If they're willing to fix some of this crap, it'll be better if they delay this for a year or two. To fix Sonic's horrid design as well as the lame @$$ script that needs an overhaul, getting rid of the uselessness that is Tom (replaced with Tails) as well as the cliche military/govt. baddies. Or better yet just do a hard reset on the whole thing to make it fully animated. But sadly Paramount already dug their money pit grave worth of $90 mil for this sh!t already and minor tweaks won't cut it. Anyways, even though it's been talked about how Gangster's Paradise is an ill fitting and low energy song for Sonic (how is any of this gangster anyway?), I'd like to throw in some better suggestions that are fits proper, being more energetic, amp/pumped, upbeat, catchier and/or speedy tempo. Or at least, fits Sonic mostly, not necessarily the trailer.
  12. How can this go from bad to worse (or even more worse)? Have Coolio claim Copyright Strikes on Youtubers who made reaction vids to the crappy trailer just because his song is in it.
  13. Looking at the likes/dislikes for the official trailer again: 136k likes and 204k dislikes. Pretty sad when the Wreck It Ralph movies portray Sonic better than this and he's just cameos. Sadder that the Dora the Explorer movie is more faithful to its source material than this.
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