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TV Alert: Kids Choice Awards 2012 on March 31

Discussion in 'Muppet Appearances' started by Hubert, Mar 31, 2012.

  1. Sgt Floyd Well-Known Member

    Well the poeple who are voting are mostly young children and tweens :/
  2. Pinkflower7783 Well-Known Member

    Like I said at least we all can't say we didn't try.
  3. Pinkflower7783 Well-Known Member

    Yeah it's obvious by who won. Oh well at least Kermit won't have to get dry cleaned from being slimed. :)
    Borples likes this.
  4. Sgt Floyd Well-Known Member

    Lol thats a positive spin on it XD
  5. Borples Active Member

    Wait, the Chipmunks beat The Muppets AND Harry Potter? Ouch. Why in the world do parents encourage their kids to watch garbage these days?
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  6. heralde Well-Known Member

    Most parents just don't put that much thought into exposing their kids to quality. That was true even when I was a kid.
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  7. shinycelebi225 Active Member

    are you a brony?
  8. BobThePizzaBoy Well-Known Member

    Does this answer your question?
  9. shinycelebi225 Active Member

    ( is a pony fan)
  10. Borples Active Member

    Right. And they should, because kids are inexplicably drawn to the worst stuff. That's why I kind of side-eye Kevin Clash when he responds to Elmo-haters by saying something like, "The kids let us know what they like and respond to." Just because kids like it doesn't make it good. (By the way, this is not an Elmo-bash. I actually like the little guy. I despise his "world," but the character is fine.) I say parents should exercise some control over their kids' entertainment, and the world would be a smarter place in twenty years or so.
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  11. zoebell Active Member

    yeah, i mean, if it had to lose, couldn't it have at least lost to harry potter? that would make more sense to me at least. who's voting for these things?
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  12. BobThePizzaBoy Well-Known Member

    Sweet! I'll just warn you right now, don't read Cupcakes if you haven't already. :eek:
  13. heralde Well-Known Member

    Exactly and that is a slight problem with trying to do education on Television. Education can't always be fun and exactly what kids want to hear. That's not good for them.
  14. Pinkflower7783 Well-Known Member

    Apparently the chipmunks have as more relatives then Kermit and they outnumbered the muppets!
  15. BobThePizzaBoy Well-Known Member

    The youth of America. That's who.
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  16. heralde Well-Known Member

    No just more mindless followers, hehe. ;)
  17. BobThePizzaBoy Well-Known Member

    I think we're all forgetting mindless Twilight followers made Amy Adams lose, too. ;)
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  18. heralde Well-Known Member

    Years from now I hope Twilight fans will fully appreciate the damage they did to pop culture and cinema as a whole. ;)
  19. BobThePizzaBoy Well-Known Member

    Nah, they won't, they'll still be all "ZOMG! Twilight!!!"

    When I was a senior in high school, the review of New Moon in the school paper [written by a Twilight fangirl] basically said "Overall, New Moon is kind of bad but the fact that it's Twilight makes it a excellent movie" Where's Roger Ebert when you need him? :rolleyes:
  20. heralde Well-Known Member

    Yeah High School newspapers are notorious for questionable talent that will have a rude awakening in college, lol.

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