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Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by Greengables95, Sep 8, 2012.

  1. Flaky Pudding

    Flaky Pudding Well-Known Member

    Top 10 Best Moments from Robot Chicken Season 8 (my favorite season so far):

    1. The Chupacabra Rap
    2. Dinosaur Train theme song parody
    3. Doug Funney doing a stand up routine leading someone to shout "Looks like your name should be Not Funney," or something like that
    4. The Magic School Bus crashing into a ravine after Arnold questions whether Miss Frizzle is insane or not
    5. The Bananas in Pajamas go to the doctor
    6. The Wonder Pets kill a baby calf on accident when sending him to a comedy club called the "Laughter House" that turns out to be a slaughter house
    7. The Wild Thornberries film a new nature documentary that parodies today's ridiculous reality show fads like "Naked and Afraid".
    8. Yakko Warner recites the Karma Sutra
    9. Parodies of shows that Seth Green and Matt Seinrech have never seen (the Deadwood joke was exactly what I thought when I heard the show's title, lol)
    10. Darth Vader buys Luke an apology card for cutting off his hand during battle

    Honorable Mentions:

    -The Dementors from Harry Potter going on strike
    -The perverted bar of soap rolling his tongue while being rubbed on a lady's chest (that one cracked me up!)
    -The Teletubbies watching pornography on their TV stomachs
    -Cthulhu guest starring on Oprah
    -The Fonz fighting off an army of zombies
    -The Joker meeting Ronald McDonald
    -The lady from Bewitched using a spell to stop constipation
    -Adam Richman from Man vs. Food's toilet running out the window screaming (I've always wondered how Adam can do the eating challenges he does on that show without throwing up).
     
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  2. Flaky Pudding

    Flaky Pudding Well-Known Member

    The Top 5 Worst Happy Tree Friends Episodes:

    I have so much of a soft spot for that show that there honestly isn't very much episodes I don't like, making HTF the closest to Bob's Burgers in terms of having consistency with episodes I like

    1. Eye Candy - The episode has a good premise but I always turn my head during the scene where Toothy gets his brain pulled out of his eyeball. I have a tendency to turn my head during scenes in TV shows and movies that I find to be gross or intense (I always turn my head during the scene from Revenge of the Sith when Anakin kills the younglings for example).
    2. Ipso Fatso - This episode had a decent enough idea but it wasn't really funny like the other ones. It certainly wasn't overly gross or offensive but I just found it to be a bit boring. The violence and comedy didn't start until much later on in the episode (nearing the end) and I questioned if this episode was supposed to be a special or something.
    3. Snip Snip Hooray - The entire episode was about a baby bear getting killed and had no other plot aside from that. It really showcased the extreme gruesomeness and awkward animation style that the old episodes had. Some of them had a plot but most of them had no plot or character development and were almost nothing but gruesomeness making it feel like more like Itchy & Scratchy where the new ones feel more like an actual cartoon along the lines of SpongeBob or something. They were occasionally non-violent jokes like when Giggles saw Lumpy's butt (the closest to rule 34 I've seen on HTF, just kidding) but the non-violent gags in the new episodes tend to make me laugh more than the gags in the old ones. The scene where Petunia peed herself during a car ride was the only non-violent joke I remember laughing at from the old episodes whereas the new ones never fail to make me chuckle without being gruesome in the least.
    4. Out of Sight, Out of Mime - This episode was too short. I really like the idea of Mime as a doctor and I was hoping that they would continue it as a running gag throughout the rest of the series like how Family Guy continued the "Road House!" gag from that one episode. The only doctor in town being a mime had a lot of comedic potential but they only used it in this extremely short episode that left me wanting more. It's like when you eat a small bag of pretzels and realize your still hungry. I was hungry for more "Mime plays a doctor stories," and I might make a fanfiction series where he plays Dr. Gregory House from the show House M.D. to fill the void.
    5. Boo Do You Think You Are? - When I watch old Happy Tree Friends episodes, I feel like Lilo and Stitch the time when that Frenchfry chef experiment fed them food and they never felt full. The more I watch, the more I crave new adventures starring those characters;I almost never feel full in a sense. The new episodes fill that void because they are much longer and I feel more contempt when I am done watching them, I don't feel
    like any comedic opportunities were missed and they normally showed everything I wanted to see and then some surprises as well. Like a lot of other old ones, this one is too short and I certainly prefer the new format moreso than the old ones. HTF is the only long running cartoon that I believe has gone uphill, I do possess the uncommon opinion of liking modern episodes of Spongebob & Family Guy, but when it comes down to it, modern Happy Tree Friends is much more well rounded and consistent with good episodes than both of those shows in recent years put together.

    All in all, Happy Tree Friends is a wonderful example of how you can make an adult cartoon without constant fart and sex jokes (trust me, it's refreshing to see an adult cartoon that doesn't constantly make jokes about male and female private parts which if done too much, can make me kind of uncomfortable). They are also one of the few adult cartoons that doesn't bring sensitive topics like politics, religion, drugs, disability, and racism into their humor which is always a good way to avoid controversy. It is certainly one of my favorite adult cartoons and I would put it on the same list as The Simpsons, Family Guy, and Bob's Burgers.
     
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  3. Flaky Pudding

    Flaky Pudding Well-Known Member

    The Top 10 Best Old SpongeBob Episodes:

    1. Survival of the Idiots (I named my pet hamster Dirty Dan when I was a kid and still quote this episode to this day)
    2. Band Geeks (I don't know how many times I've said "Is mayonnaise an instrument?" just to throw people off).
    3. Texas
    4. I'm Your Biggest Fanatic
    5. Fools in April
    6. F.U.N.
    7. Bossy Boots
    8. Grandma's Kisses (The dub parody version where they make SpongeBob say bad words was one of the first things on YouTube that I remember cracking up to no end about when I was in middle school. The scene where SpongeBob puts on sideburns and yells "Pubic hair!" killed me;that night when I was sleeping, I was still giggling about that. The quote "David Hasselhoff would not be seen with Gumby maybe Pokey but not Gumby," was hilarious as well. The real episode had plenty of good moments in it too though especially the scene where SpongeBob tries a little too hard to act like an adult).
    9. Squirrel Jokes (Another episode that I found hilarious during the first viewing but still held up in later viewings. The funniest line is when Sandy is at the grocery store and this guy says "Hey it's a stupid squirrel, let's try to communicate with it! DURRRRR!" I found that really funny and still do for some reason).
    10. Squid on Strike (One eternity later......I'm still laughing at the comedic genius ending featured in this episode).
     
  4. Flaky Pudding

    Flaky Pudding Well-Known Member

    The Top 10 Best Robot Chicken 80s Parodies:

    1. Skeletor and the other He-Man villains are stuck in traffic so Skeletor farts and forces them to smell it
    2. The one where E.T. and Elliot go to a strip club on E.T.'s planet together (the line "I'm sorry about Elliot. He's a buzzkill for ******," made me laugh out loud).
    3. Any scene involving B****h Pudding (the special episode involving her fighting the raccoon wizard in the village of Schlorps is one of my favorite specials the show has had)
    4. Doc Brown rapping about how he got the plutonium to make the Delorean
    5. Lion-O makes up a ridiculous battle cry off the top of his head
    6. Captain Planet becomes a general
    7. The Voltron dance off scene
    6. The sketch where Mario, The Dukes of Hazzard, Chips, The A-Team, Knight Rider, Speed Racer, and Batman are combined in a Wacky Races-style race
    8. The Seven Deadly Smurfs
    9. Gargamel turns himself into a smurf Avatar style
    10. Rainbow Brite fighting the villain who recently came out of the closet leading him to believe that she's homophobic
     
  5. Flaky Pudding

    Flaky Pudding Well-Known Member

    The Top 10 Best Robot Chicken 90s Parodies:

    1. The cast of Toy Story meet the ridiculous Plinko toy and Buzz starts making fun of him
    2. Dumbledore takes the role of Walter White from Breaking Bad
    3. Nigel Thornberry makes a nature documentary
    4. Pinky and the Brain fantasize about having a wild party, shooting a police officer, and snorting crack after being injected by experimental medicine for mice by scientists
    5. Poliwog from Gullah Gullah Island is revealed to be a man in a frog suit who has been on the lamb for a long time
    6. The cast of AAAHH! Real Monsters meet the scary girl from The Ring
    7. A VHS tape shouts "You can destroy me, but you'll never destroy my crappy audio quality,"
    8. Miss Frizzle drives the bus into a ravine after Arnold calls her batsh*** crazy
    9. The gargoyle from the show Gargoyles gets pooped on by birds
    10. The 90s sketch where Darkwing Duck gets cooked as a Thanksgiving turkey after Gosellyn has to donate a kidney, Daria becomes a transgender, Waldo dies in a tragic accident, Mesagog from Power Rangers gets a job at a fast food restaurant, and The Brain is revealed to have had a brain tumor all this time (the sketch contains all of the extremely funny insanity and carnage you would expect from Robot Chicken).

    Honorable Mentions:
    -Alex Mack on prom night
    -The Goosebumps parody where the boy tells his mom that there's a monster in his closet and she says "I know," and her eyes light up menacingly
    -Yakko Warner recites the Karma Sutra
    -Pikachu comes out of a Pokeball and vomits due to motion sickness brought on by Ash & Misty playing tennis with the ball he lives in
    -Balloo plays Jason Bourne (I was actually rewatching this episode earlier this evening. Funny stuff, :p)
    -The Rugrats witness domestic violence (I know that domestic situations is a touchy subject, but for some reason this sketch made me chuckle because I never thought of how much Stu really did let the babies do whatever the heck they want. A baby's gotta do what a baby's gotta do am I right? Too soon? ).
    -Bart Simpson writes "Why aren't I aging? Good God, am I a monster?" on the chalkboard
    -Doug Funney does a stand-up routine to impress Patty Mayonnaise but the audience boos him off the stage saying that his nickname should be Doug Not Funney
    -CatDog gets put down
    -Severus Snape is replaced by Criss Angel as the potion teacher of Hogwarts
    -A man walks into a movie store and the manager says "You know Angry Beavers is a kid's cartoon and not a porno, right?" and he sadly puts the movie back
     
  6. Flaky Pudding

    Flaky Pudding Well-Known Member

    Top 10 Voice Actors/Actresses:

    1. Kristen Schaal
    2. Kevin Michael Richardson
    3. Tom Kenny
    4. Grey Griffin
    5. Alan Tudyk
    6. Jim Cummings
    7. Rob Paulsen
    8. Seth MacFarlane
    9. Seth Green
    10. Mike Henry

    Honorable Mentions:

    -Nancy Cartwright
    -Tara Strong
    -Patrick Warburton
    -Harry Shearer
    -Hank Azaria
    -Alex Borstein
    -Mila Kunis
    -Alec Sulkin
    -Jason Ritter
    -Alex Hirsch
    -Mike Judge
    -John DiMaggio
    -Kristin Chenoweth
    -Matt Seinrech
    -Chris Sanders
    -Mark Hamill
    -Carrie Fischer
    -Ellen DeGeneres (She's Dory, so she qualifies for this list)
    -Dan Castellaneta
    -Kevin Shinick
    -H. John Benjamin
    -Bill Fagerbakke
    -Anne Hathaway
    -John Roberts
    -Eugene Mirman
    -Dan Mintz
    -Dan Povenmire & Jeff "Swampy" Marsh
    -Jenny Slate
    -Tom Hanks (He's Woody, once a voice actor:you'll always be a voice actor to me)
    -Tim Allen
    -Brock Baker
    -Eric Edelstein
     
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  7. Flaky Pudding

    Flaky Pudding Well-Known Member

    I didn't include Muppeteers on this list because they are not voice actors and I will not allow such filth to plague Muppet Central. Just kidding (but I do stand by that opinion), :).
     
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  8. cjd874

    cjd874 Well-Known Member

    Good list! Being a hardcore Looney Tunes fan, I'd also like to add Jeff Bergman, Joe Alaskey, Bob Bergen, Maurice LaMarche, and Billy West to the list. They've voiced all the major LT characters over the past twenty years. Joe has passed unfortunately, but he used to do Bugs, Daffy, Yosemite Sam, Tweety, and Sylvester...now Jeff has inherited those characters.
     
  9. Twisted Tails

    Twisted Tails Well-Known Member

    Top 10 Chuck Berry Songs
    1. Jonny B. Goode
    2. Maybelline
    3. You Can Never Tell
    4. School Days (I listened to this more than 10 times while I was in high school.)
    5. My Ding-A-Ling
    6. Route 66 (It's actually a cover since Nat Cole did the song first but Chuck Berry did it better. It has some beat to it.)
    7. Sweet Little Sixteen (If anyone is a Beach Boys fan and listens to "Surfing' USA", the melody almost sounds so similar)
    8. No Particular Place to Go (Oh boy! Well the beats are the same as "School Days" It's a pretty good song but I never heard much of this one.)
    9. "Run Rudolph Run" a.k.a Run Run Rudolph (I heard this song before. Yeah and the movie Home Alone brought me to that song)
    10. Promised Land
     
  10. Flaky Pudding

    Flaky Pudding Well-Known Member

    Top 10 Muppet Movie Songs:

    1. The Rainbow Connection
    2. Cabin Fever
    3. Shiver My Timbers
    4. Life's a Happy Song
    5. Moving Right Along
    6. We're Doing a Sequel
    7. Scrooge
    8. Happiness Hotel
    9. Can U Picture That?
    10. Pictures in My Head

    Honorable Mentions:

    -Cockatoo in Malibu
    -Barbeque (Emmett Otter's Jug Band Christmas)
    -Tex Richman's Rap
    -Brick House
    -Mnah-Mnah (The Muppets, 2011 version)
    -I'm Number 1 (Not to be confused with a certain Robbie Rotten song that has become a meme recently).
     
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  11. vettech28

    vettech28 Well-Known Member

    Top 10 Worst Songs I've Ever Heard!
    1. Cake by the Ocean by DNCE
    2. Closer by Nine Inch Nails
    3. Baby by Justin Bieber
    4. Wrecking Ball by Miley Cyrus
    5. All About that Bass by Meaghan Trainor
    6. What Does the Fox Say by Ylvis
    7. Hands to Myself by Selena Gomez
    8. Gold Digger by Kanye West
    9. Get Low by Lil John
    10. My Humps by Black Eyed Peas

    Dishonorable mentions: any other songs by Miley Cyrus, Justin Bieber and songs by Nicki Manaj, Marilyn Manson, Kanye West and LMFAO
     
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  12. MikaelaMuppet

    MikaelaMuppet Well-Known Member

    The songs I bolded are what I agree with you as well.
     
  13. Flaky Pudding

    Flaky Pudding Well-Known Member

    Top 10 Simpsons Jokes I Didn't Get When I Was Younger:

    1. Sneed's Feed & Seed:Formerly Chuck's
    2. Homer tries to punch a guy and Smithers comes up and says "What did you say about a fisting?"
    3. Homer saying that everybody giggles when they hear the number 69
    4. Otto going up to a store called "The Needle Exchange," that ends up being a sewing shop
    5. Homer giggling when Ned says "everybody pulls a few boners every once in a while,"
    6. Chief Wiggum calling the chocolate salesman a "Hershey highwayman,'
    7. Bart casting a spell that is nothing but names of c#ndom brands to stop a monster
    8. The infamous Mr. Plow episode
    9. Bart asking Homer if he got in trouble for saying The Be Sharps were bigger than Jesus
    10. The name of the muffin shop, H.R. Muffinstuff (hilarious parental bonus right here, :D).
     
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  14. Flaky Pudding

    Flaky Pudding Well-Known Member

    Top 10 Family Guy Jokes I Didn't Get When I Was Younger

    1. Peter saying that he wants to give somebody a Cleveland Steamer
    2. The sign that says "See You Next Tuesday," in one episode
    3. The cutaway where the television show Deadwood is about a cowboy that wants Viagra
    4. The squirrel flipping off Brian
    5. Quagmire imagining pulling beads while going "Giggity, giggity!"
    6. Stewie's middle name Gilligan (I didn't realize it was a reference to Gilligan's Island)
    7. The scene where Stewie, Chris, and Meg do a song from The Sound of Music
    8. The Electric Company parody from the same episode
    9. Cobra Commander being in charge of the FCC (I didn't know who he was back then)
    10. The Cavity Creeps cutaway

    Honorable Mentions:

    -The Jew Man Group cutaway (I had no idea the Blue Man Group was a thing)
    -Peter dancing with Paula Abdul instead of MC Scat Skat
    -Cookie Monster trying to inject cookies into himself as if it was heroine
    -The Back to the Future cutaway where Marty finds out that his daughter married a black guy in the future
     
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  15. Flaky Pudding

    Flaky Pudding Well-Known Member

    Because of the new Beauty and the Beast movie, it's time for this list:

    The Top 10 Scariest Childhood Moments:

    1. Maleficent from Sleeping Beauty
    2. Alice Cooper on The Muppet Show
    3. The Beast (Beauty and the Beast)
    4. The Yip-Yips from Sesame Street
    5. The Nightmare Before Christmas
    6. Garbage Pail Kids
    7. The Monty Python scene where the guy gets his liver ripped out of his body
    8. Scream (the mask from the horror movie;not the painting of the guy making a Home Alone face)
    9. The Arthur episode about Binky having nightmares without his night light
    10. Honestly, Happy Tree Friends. (I love the series now, but it bothered me and might've even scared me a little when I was a kid because I hated seeing cute characters get killed).
     
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  16. Flaky Pudding

    Flaky Pudding Well-Known Member

    Top 10 Funniest Non-Violent HTF Moments:

    1. Nutty dumping an entire bag full of sugar into the punch for Flippy's birthday
    2. Petunia peeing herself during a car ride
    3. All of the characters singing at the end of the Christmas special (I laughed so hard at that scene, :D)
    4. Petunia and Handy trying to do everyday stuff without hands
    5. The woman interviewing Cro-Marmot and then yelling British slang profanity at him
    6. Flaky being afraid of a baby chick
    7. Splendid flying around the entire planet and then coming back to Earth to discover that his pie got burnt in the oven
    8. Splendid stopping an asteroid by farting
    9. Lumpy's pants falling down in front of Giggles
    10. The extremely punny episode titles
     
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  17. Flaky Pudding

    Flaky Pudding Well-Known Member

    Top 10 Epic Rap Battles of History Videos:

    1. Jim Henson vs. Stan Lee
    2. Bob Ross vs. Pablo Picasso
    3. Darth Vader vs. Adolf Hitler
    4. Michael Jackson vs. Elvis Presley
    5. Donald Trump vs. Hillary Clinton
    6. Mr. T vs. Mr. Rogers
    7. Deadpool vs. Boba Fett
    8. Dr. Seuss vs. William Shakespeare
    9. Mario and Luigi vs. The Wright Brothers
    10. Ash Ketchum vs. Charles Darwin

    Honorable Mentions:

    -Skrillex vs. Mozart
    -Steve Jobs vs. Bill Gates
    -Romeo and Juliet vs. Bonnie and Clyde
    -Barack Obama vs. Mitt Romney
    -Batman vs. Sherlock Holmes
    -Superman vs. Goku
    -Joan of Arc vs. Miley Cyrus
    -NicePeter vs. EpicLloyd (both versions)
    -Lewis and Clark vs. Bill and Ted
    -Gandalf vs. Dumbledore
    -Sarah Palin vs. Lady Gaga
    -Albert Einstein vs. Stephen Hawking
    -Abraham Lincoln vs. Chuck Norris
    -George Washington vs. William Wallace
    -Rasputin vs. Stalin
    -Captain Kirk vs. Christopher Columbus
    -Benjamin Franklin vs. Billy Mays
    -Martin Luther King vs. Gandhi
    -Genghis Khan vs. The Easter Bunny
    -The Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles vs. the artists they were named after
    -Oprah Winfrey vs. Ellen DeGeneres
    -Caitlyn Jenner vs. The Incredible Hulk
    -Thomas Jefferson vs. Frederick Douglass
     
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  18. MikaelaMuppet

    MikaelaMuppet Well-Known Member

    You know what's creepy? The band Binky also from Arthur.
     
  19. Flaky Pudding

    Flaky Pudding Well-Known Member

    I've never seen that one, :).
     
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    MikaelaMuppet Well-Known Member

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