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Best & Worst of Season 4

Discussion in 'Fraggle Rock' started by Frogster, Nov 19, 2008.

  1. Redsonga Active Member

    But we'll always have the trouble, even if we had no government anymore..it's human nature I think (or Gorg nature?)..since the days when the only jobs where making fire and hitting things over the head with rocks :coy:

    *plugs* I take reveiws from non-members to, no signing in:excited:! I've been a member for ten years now..golly...*leaves topic* ^.^
  2. heralde Well-Known Member

    Yes we will always have the trouble. And there's no reason why some should have trouble more than others because of how they are born, especially if they did nothing to deserve it. ;)

    It is human nature, but not every part of human nature should be toleranted. :)

    Oh good, I like when authors do that, hehe.
  3. Redsonga Active Member

    *pokes human nature* *whispers*
    I eat it with a spoon, and then I write about it..yes....

    Since we are talking about the end of the whole series,
    Being a writer for FR must have been so cool:excited:!
  4. heralde Well-Known Member

    It sounds like it, especially when so much of their work was kept intact. Writers are treated notoriously badly in the industry. And we the audience tend to idolize actors (which is fine hehe) while forgetting the people behind the beautiful words. :)

    "How about our writing staff! Without them, I'd have nothing to say!" ;)

    --Scooter to Richard Hunt, hehe
  5. Redsonga Active Member

    Most of all ..the words..his voice...*melts into a crying puddle*
  6. heralde Well-Known Member

    Oh dear....grrr....I'm trying to avoid spoilers until I can get the set, lol. But I do like what I've heard about The River of Life episode. It's great how the Fraggles, even Boober, start realizing that the universe is much bigger than them. And in the Children of Tomorrow episode too. They go from the first episode of the series saying they are the center of the universe. But by the end of the series they realize it's to their benefit to open up to the Doozers and then the Gorgs. :)
  7. Redsonga Active Member

    *waves videos over head* But mine are shiiiny :3....
    I don't know..I always got the feeling that of the three the doozers were the most unaffected and changed. It could be because I dislike them but they seemed to go right back into their own world and not really add much to anything :p
  8. heralde Well-Known Member

    Well yeah I mean the Doozers aren't really like the Fraggles in the sense they are more concerned with the group mentality than individuals. It would be wrong of them to get too caught up in the outside affairs if it interfered with their main goals as a society. Their big breakthrough was deciding Fraggles weren't the big frivilous dopes they had assumed they were. And of course Cotterpin casually revealing the Fraggles, Doozers and Gorgs' connection to radishes.
  9. Redsonga Active Member

    That's a little bit how I feel about the gorgs to, but for my own crazy reasons :)
  10. RedPiggy Well-Known Member

    (stands up and bows) I deeply apologize to everyone for bringing up a topic that created a life of its own for a couple of pages. ...
    (obligatory plug) In the Elder Clan Adventures, I'm contrasting Princess Gwenalot's active leadership style (in the sense that she's always out protecting and stuff) with Fishface's sit-on-your-tail-and-order-Fraggles-around leadership style. It wasn't my original intention, just sorta came out that way.

    They really didn't need to get caught up in it. The Gorgs or humans never bothered them. They dealt mainly with Fraggles, who were vital to their building arrangements, though they liked Sprocket even better. :D The fact that Cotterpin knew a truth that previously only Marjory & co seemed to know shows just how smart and aware Doozerdom was. Their prejudice against Fraggles might just have been a way of disliking their own partying past.
  11. Muppet Newsgirl Active Member

    It's like they said, it is kind of a bummer that those of us who already have the first three sets are going to have to buy a large box set just to be able to see season 4.

    But the behind-the-scenes footage and wrap party footage look awfully tempting (I love the photos posted on the review page, especially the one with Dave Goelz and Richard Hunt mugging for the camera. Is that a bag or something on Dave's head?)
  12. Redsonga Active Member

    You don't have to, there is always the AUS season 4 which is just as official, only it doesn't have the extras and Sidebottom Blues, but it also doesn't have the scratches on the DVDs;)

    No harm done, I wanted to talk about it anyway. I was hoping you would put in your two cents to :). Golly, when did thoughtful peaceful non-spamy debate become a bad thing?:coy:
  13. heralde Well-Known Member

    Yeah I enjoyed it. Debate is often better than silence. :)
  14. Frogster Active Member

    Here we are, discussing what it means to be a leader and whether or not Doozers are important when we should be talking about the real problem in this universe... why is Boober a nudist? lol j/k
  15. RedPiggy Well-Known Member

    LOL ... hey, he has a hat and a scarf... :D
  16. heralde Well-Known Member

    More importantly, why is he constantly washing socks...when we never see the Fraggles wearing them? ! :coy:
  17. Redsonga Active Member

    Because he has thick fluffy fur *hugs* That means he's not naked...and socks seem to be a collectable thingie for fraggles, like stamps :3. Although, some fraggles do wear them like Uncle Matt, we just never see them..I think it might be custom to use them as nose warmers:excited:
  18. Baby Gonzo Member

    I think socks are like a comfort item for Boober... Like a Teddy Bear.
  19. Frogster Active Member

    Anyone here wanna provide some fan feedback and/or interesting tidbits on the bonus features (those who bought the boxed set, that is)? :smirk:
  20. RedPiggy Well-Known Member

    LOL ... I think most of us just catch the shows on youtube. :D

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