And I thought that I was thrifty, Regukus...lol That's a great idea!
I wish I lived in a larger city. I'd probably find a better selection of used DVD'sLast edited by LostKause, Wednesday, June 24, 2009 11:50 AM
Hey Concord isn't that small. It's about 45,000 in population. It's diddley compared to Boston.
i just watched episode 3 online.
Exactly what I was thinking..
I recently watched the first episode on YouTube and it was a cute show.
I did wach one epsiode, and wish I hadn't. When will CN start running CARTOONS again?
Gimme a politcally incorrect "Roadrunner," when I see a coyote fall off a 100 ft cliff and get hit by a boulder. Give me some GOODCLASSIC cartoons, not this reality junk.
I saw this show Saturday night (via closed captioning across the dining room at the local Red Robin...yummm! :) ). Good show if you're not yet old enough to drive yourself to a park. I would have liked to seen them take a couple laps on Ghostrider vs the Boomerang.
^If they used the Boomerang, the questions at the end could be: "How many times did you bash your ears against the restraints, forward, backward, and in total"? ;)
Oh, and since we're putting in CN requests - more classic Adult Swim like Harvey Birdman and SeaLab, less of the silly game shows...
Speaking of Roadrunner, has anybody watched Man vs. Cartoon over on Discovery yet? I haven't seen it (they show it on Saturday nights, duh.), but they advertise it as a bunch of guys who "re-enact" stunts in real life that we've seen on cartoons, like rocket skates, falling anvils, etc. Just wondering whether it would be worth watching sometime.
That sounds awesome, Bear.
I've always preferred animation over live action.
^^ Bear, not yet. I'll have to try and catch it.
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