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Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by Sgt Floyd, Oct 1, 2007.
I think that's just it: Saturday isn't a school night, but Monday is.
We didn't get as many kids unlike last year where we got a ton of them.
I think my neighborhood actually got way more people than last year. Actually, this year there were probably more swarms of teenagers than anything else.
Gotta admit. I'm mixed about this year's Halloween Homestar Cartoon:
The fact they did the entire episode as the end gag from one of their usual Halloween adventures makes this one a mixed bag. That's always a funny bit, but I kinda wish there was more story. Seems they really didn't have too much time this year in between this and however much of Two More Eggs they had, so I can totally understand them doing something not too complicated.
Still, great assortment of costumes. Flaming Globes of Sigmund is there, so isn't Mr. B Natural, all full of MST3K references.
If they had been updating on a regular basis, I would say that type of Halloween 'toon was inevitable. But, given the fact that they are so few and far between, each cartoon should be a little more special. This really wasn't.
Halloween's been over for weeks now, why is TOY STORY OF TERROR airing tomorrow?
Is that just on your ABC affiliate, or what?
The former ABC Family (I forget what they call it now).
Ah yes, Freeform. They show what they want all throughout the year even if it makes very little sense. For instance, they advertised the Hunger Games and Harry Potter movies as part of their "13 Nights of Halloween" thing, as if it were some kind of event even though they'd already been showing them throughout the year. And they do the same thing for Pixar movies movies when they air during "25 Days of Christmas".
Finally finished the last box from my stash of Frankenberry. An even dozen boxes this year, lol.
Wassup!!! It's that time again!
The 13 Nights Of Halloween schedule is out already and it's only early October.
TV events usually start getting promoted at least a couple weeks in advance, otherwise no one would know it was coming on.
Here's the schedule:
This year I'm dressing up as Negan from The Walking Dead.
I'll post some pics when I manage to get some.
My neighborhood probably won't get a lot of kids again just like last year.
SST just uploaded this great video with Ernie and Bert decorating pumpkins. Peter and Eric really have good chemistry:
Pretty much what I'm doing with my mom's pumpkins this year: painting Ernie and Bert on them.
Ooh, that's a good idea. I think we may be getting plastic pumpkins this year though, so we don't have to worry about hollowing them out (which we always forget to do, somehow).
Well, my mom prefers having her pumpkins painted rather than carved into jack-o-lanterns anyway, and she usually has an idea of what she wants painted on them year after year (last year was the biggest chore yet: she got a giant pumpkin and wanted Radagast and his Rhosgobel Rabbits from THE HOBBIT painted all the way around it), but I figured I'd surprise her this year since she's always wanting two different pumpkins every year.
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