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Adventure Time Distant Lands ep 2 is out on Hbo Max and super cute.
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Since I suspect a lot of the original cartoon wouldn't hold up for me, I'm not super excited but its nice that the pleasant old actors get to hang out with each other. Also, Jess Harnell looks like he's Weird Al's stunt double.
Urgh, I think this looks bad to be honest. Something about that rubbery animation style doesn't worked transposed to clean digital graphics. And I'm not sure I could tolerate a show consisting entirely smug meta-gags these days.
It became incredibly formulaic (Hank commits some unintentional social faux pas and/or suffers a light indignity, then later resolves the problem with his trademark brand of common-sense/conservative Texan values).Does King of the Hill ever get bad like The Simpsons does after season 8?
That still sounds much better than post 2000’s Simpsons’ mix of lazy celebrity guest episode, Homer gets a new job/discovers new talent, and outdated “current” event commentary/parody, all done with an unsettling amount of mean-spiritedness.It became incredibly formulaic (Hank commits some unintentional social faux pas and/or suffers a light indignity, then later resolves the problem with his trademark brand of common-sense/conservative Texan values).
a big emphasis on maturity through horrible violence and bad words instead of actually being mature.