Did they ever explained how he was servant to both Scrooge and Darkwing Duck at the same time?
>While Stone has fond memories of the early days (see: ''Best'' list), his co-creator says he wouldn't cry too hard if the show's first 48 episodes, starting with ''Cartman Gets an Anal Probe,'' were wiped from history.
>Parker: If I had to permanently erase anything from the library, it would basically be anything before season 4. It's just embarrassing to watch. Okay, we were, like, 26, 27. But it's like, ''Really? We thought that was funny? We thought that was well-written? Oh my God, this is terrible.''
What did he mean by this?
That's the curse of the artist, when you start something it's a good idea but after you finish it you've already learned everything about it so it seems bad in hindsight even though it's not
Or your work is just shit I dunno
Why does everything about modern pop culture and entertainment seem soooooo shitty or mediocre at best?
Because you're getting older, there are only so many unique stories to tell, and by sitting in your room jerking off all day on the internet you're experiencing media faster than any human alive ever has which makes it hard to impress you.
What was the point of that stupid ending?
suggest me movies with lovely and qt protagonist like this one
If the car dealership wasn't even aware that it had a Camaro (because they didn't, it's a Transformer that just drove into it and parked there) and didn't know where it came from, what kind of papers did they give to Sam's dad as proof that they sold their car to them?
So people don't like this movie because it wasn't "scary"? How fucking retarded are you?
Blair Witch Project has 0 jump scares, yet it's still one of the scariest movies ever made.
It Comes At Night is just boring trash for the easily impressed
You have to admit, the trailers were misleading.
The trailers were like "watch the film and you'll find out what's on the other side of the spooky red door."
It was a great film. But I understand if people feel cheated. It's not a horror film. It's a survival film, like The Grey.
[taps nondescript brown tunic]
YOU FUCKING DONKEY
ITT: Shows that did not milk the cow enough
>each season of Rome could and probably should have been split in two.
When I was a newfag, I defended our board. As an oldfag, I shall not abandon it. I give sincere thanks to OP, who has presented me with the most promising meme imaginable. I address you directly, OP. Please listen as if you were normal and intelligent, and not an autistic, porn-addled wreck/ You are certainly not without accomplishments. It is a rare man who can boast of becoming a NEET before even coming of age. You have brought upon us Reddit, 9GAG, and cancer. You are /tv/'s Daenerys Targaryen. But then a hamplanet's role has always suited you best.
*says unfunny things before and after the show*
>tfw Rainer Werner Fassbinder was a faggot
>tfw Nicholas Ray was a faggot
>tfw F.W. Murneau was a faggot
why is cinema so full of degeneracy?
I think you're a bigger faggot for being so triggered
The early seasons
>plot holes everywhere
>small inconsistencies, only noticeable by those looking
>failure at condensing book timelines
>le sex scenes provide immersion
>terrible acting, only they managed to hold a couple decent ones (ned, robert)
>plot holes everywhere
>inconsistency a little more noticeable since they have to use the convoluted mess of the books
>love making is implied, time is used for plot advancement instead
>sex scene with john and daneres is useful and not too prolonged as to appeal to erotic attention
>terrible acting, without the good ones.
Lets just face it. Game of thrones has been the same shithole since day one, the only thing that changed was more noticeable inconsistencies and a couple B or C list actors
This is the best horror film of the 00's