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...Are you trucking spitting me? I can't believe it... Why would Disney XD want to cancel one of the best Disney cartoons ever made and Craig McCracken's most successful shows? Well, apparently 2 seasons and 80 episodes is enough for Wander Over Yonder, even though the entire staff planned to have a third season featuring characters old and new. Yes, because the Disney tweencoms deserve much more seasons than this. I can't even.

Now, I know what you're thinking. "But Rich, Gravity Falls also ended with just two seasons!" Yes it did, but that's because Alex Hirsch, the creator, CHOSE to end it. It was his decision to conclude the series despite its success, because he felt that it would become stale if it ran on for too long. However, Craig McCracken DIDN'T want to end Wander Over Yonder, he wanted it to have a third season, because really, it deserves one. Granted, so does Gravity Falls, but again, Alex chose to end it. 

We don't need one of Craig McCracken's creations to end this quickly. The Powerpuff Girls ran for pretty long, Foster's had 6 seasons, so what's the wrong with Wander Over Yonder? This is just messed up. I doubt this journal will contribute anything (at least not directly), but I just wanted to put out my two cents on the matter. Anyway, I'm gonna go sign some petitions. Craig McCracken, and the rest of the WOY staff, I wish you the best of luck. #SaveWanderOverYonder #StopDisneyXD
Wow. I am speechless right now.

I just saw Pixar's newest movie in theaters today. As a Pixar fan, I really hoped this movie would be at least good. After the viewing, "good" was out of the question. So, did Inside Out successfully meet my expectations?

Truck, no. It exceeded them.

This has to be one of the best- if not THE best Pixar film ever made. Actually, it's one of my favorite movies of all time, next to Boxtrolls and The Lego Movie. That's right, I went there. The Pixar staff just HAD to outdo themselves. They made one of the most thought-provoking, charming, touching, and well-written animated movies I have ever seen. Great story, extremely lovable characters, laugh-out-loudworthy comedy, what more could you ask for? They took everything what made a Pixar movie so great and expanded it by a million. My words alone can NOT do it justice. Like I did with Boxtrolls, I decided to review this movie right after seeing it. But, instead of using the report card template like usual, I'm writing a full journal on it. With that being said, let's begin.

But before I do, I want to put a spoiler warning here because this review will be filled with them. Seriously, if you don't want the movie spoiled for you, stop reading right now. I highly recommend you go see the movie yourself.

You still here? Alright.

Because I only saw the movie once, this review will be all memory-based. If I miss some parts or screw up on some, then you'll know why.

The movie starts out with our main character, Riley, born into the world. Inside her head, we see Joy appear. She is the first emotion Riley has ever had, and she feels very joyful (pun intended) after opening her eyes and seeing her mom and dad for the first time. Since this is Riley's first memory, Joy keeps it. As Riley grows, we see a bunch of adorable scenes with her and her mom and dad, thus creating more happy memories for Riley. Since Riley starts to feel more emotions as she grows up, we're introduced to the other main characters: Sadness, Anger, Disgust and Fear. Those emotions help her mostly with some things, but Joy is mainly in charge because she wants Riley to be happy most of the time.

One thing I really like about this movie is that the emotions aren't just one personality trait each like the Dwarfs in Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs. Nope, these are actual characters. They're three-dimensional. Joy wasn't always happy. She was nervous, upset, confused or anxious when nessesary. Sadness can smile, Fear can be relaxed, Anger could keep his cool, and Disgust wasn't snobbish.

Because of that, they're not only more likable, but the amount of character put into them make them more charming, funny, relatable, and very lovable.

Riley is now 11 years old, and she and her family has to move from Minnesota to San Francisco. The house they move into isn't that big, and kinda dirty. ...Okay, very dirty. The other emotions don't seem to like this, so Joy helps Riley keep her optimism.

Sadness keeps touching Riley's memories and making them sad. And this is what Joy was trying to prevent. When Riley went to her new school, she introduced herself. Fear made her nervous for a bit, but then Joy made her happy for a short time. Once Sadness touched her memories as Riley talked about them, she began feeling sad and began to cry in class.

After that, Joy wanted to keep Sadness from doing anything more to Riley. When Sadness is about to touch another memory, Joy tries to stop her yet again and the two end up getting sent to the back of Riley's subconscious and the two try to find a way out as Joy picks up more happy memories for Riley to remember. Because of that, she is left with Anger, Disgust and Fear. Riley is eating dinner with her parents. Fear causes her to lie and say her school day was fine in a scared way. Anger and Disgust cause Riley to argue with her parents (which is hilarious when we see how the mom's and dad's internal emotion characters handle it) and have her get sent to her room by her dad.

Meanwhile, Joy and Sadness still can't find a way back to the main area. Sadness is too sad to walk, and has to be dragged by Joy. Along the way, they meet Bing-Bong, an imaginary friend Riley used to have when she was little. He is part cotton-candy, cat, elephant, and dolphin. And he cries tears of candy. That is just brilliant right there. With Bing-Bong, they adventure through the areas they're able to explore, take the train of thought (literally) and eventually since the train tracks disappear, Joy tries to take the memories back to the main control area herself through a tube, but the tube breaks. She and Bing-Bong fall in the deep, dark pit where unneeded memories are stuck and get erased for good.

By that time, Joy realizes Sadness does help, and she definitely has a purpose in Riley's life. When Joy finally loses her optimism and begins to lose hope, she remembers the wagon Bing-Bong mentioned that he and Riley used to ride on. Since the wagon is powered by song, she sings and the car begins to move. She tries to get up there with Bing-Bong with her, but can't because he's too heavy. Joy makes it, but Bing doesn't. He tells her to keep going, get Sadness and make it back up to the main control area. She and Sadness make it, and Riley is already on a bus due to a bad idea by Anger to leave home and her family. The light bulb (idea) is stuck, and only Sadness can unscrew it. Riley gets back home to find out her parents were really worried. Joy lets Sadness take control, and Riley tells her parents she misses being in Minnesota real bad, hugs her parents and they tell her everything will be alright in a really sweet and touching moment, and for once Sadness was used in a positive way.

After that, everything's fixed and now Riley's memories have multiple emotional impacts instead of one. Joy appreciates Sadness, and trusts her to help Riley as well.

This movie is excellent, and so is the moral. All of your emotions are needed, so they bring you together and others. It is OK to be sad sometimes, letting out your sadness is good for you and it makes you appreciate happiness even more. If you didn't see the movie but didn't care for the spoilers, you really should see it. Like I said before, this movie is incredible and my words cannot do it justice. This is Rich4270, signing out.
I know this show came out on Cartoon Network a year ago, but I think now's the time I'd give my thoughts on it.

I think the show is OK. Not great, not good, not terrible, but OK. At first, I thought it was going to be garbage due to how CN advertised the show last year. But when it premiered, my opinion changed. The premise is pretty good, and the characters are likable. The plots are simple but fun, and it does have that nostalgic vibe to it. I can see why many people love this show, and even though it's not my favorite modern CN show (that would be Gumball, Regular Show and Steven Universe) I think it's an OK show. Maybe it'll get better as the series progresses. My favorite episode would be "Fun Dungeon". That episode was fun to watch.

One episode of Clarence I didn't like was "Average Jeff". It just felt mean-spirited and not funny at all. Throughout the story, Jeff just ends up making a fool of himself while trying to join quill class after he was put with the crayon class. There was even this one line of dialogue from Jeff that makes him look like a selfish jerk. After his teacher, Ms. Baker, asked him if he wanted to be with his friends, and he said "No! I want my life to be better than theirs!" This causes Ms. Baker to say with a disapproving glare, "Jeff, I want you to think about what you just said." This is just mean-spirited, and what Jeff said shouldn't be something he would say out loud or even think it. Yeah, I didn't like this episode. If you do though, then good for you. :)

And those were my thoughts on Clarence. It's an OK show with a lackluster episode that I hope will be overshadowed by many good ones. What are your thoughts on this cartoon? Tell me in the comments!
Just saw The Spongebob Movie: Sponge Out Of Water. And here is my reaction:


Nah, I'm just kidding around. It was actually really good! The characters were in character, the story was exciting, and the jokes are hilarious! And just in case you're wondering, no, it doesn't take place after the first film. But that's OK, it's still a great movie. I say go watch it while it's still in theaters.
Yes, I know it isn't the 31st yet, but you're excited I bet!

What are you going to be doing on that scary night? Trick or treating, or getting a fright?

I hope I don't encounter a mime. In the meantime, what was your favorite Richtober review of mine?
Hello and welcome to Richtober, where I review stuff on this October. Everything scary and gloomy, you name it. It will all be great, I claim it.
You want an Animated Atrocity? Or an Admirable Animation? Or a whole cartoon, whether it's cool or an abomination?

Do you have an idea? Post it below! It can be an episode, or the whole show. 

If you're wondering why I'm rhyming, I will tell you with great timing. It is the Halloween season, and that is my reason. Rhyming adds to the quality, and that's what makes it scary.
There is a hacker that hacks in your DeviantART account by changing your password and put Thomas the Tank Engine pics in your and posts inappropriate pics on your account. You must make a journal entry about it, so he/she wont hack you. I am helping you out.
Da Rules:
1. - You must posts these rules.
2. - Each PERSON has to share 10 things about them
3. - Answer the 10 questions asked to you and invent 10 questions the PEOPLE you tag will have to answer.
4. - CHOOSE 10 people and put their icons on your journal 
5. - Go to their page to inform them they are tagged
6. - Not something like " you are tagged if you read that"
7. - You have to legitimately tag 10 people
8. - No tag-backs
9. - You can't say that you don't do tags.
10. - YOU MUST MAKE A JOURNAL ENTRY. NO COMMENTS. Unless you're commenting about the actual entry

Ten Facts about me!

1. I like listening to music from Nintendo games.

2. When I grow up, I want to be an animator or at least a creator of a cartoon.

3. I draw all the time.

4. I live in a neighborhood.

5. I like Minecraft.

6. I'm against bullying.

7. I stand up for others who are bullied.

8. My favorite color is green.

9. I have an Android tablet.

10. I can make a musical instrument out of anything in my house.

Tagged by: :iconstarflash2y:

His questions:

1.  What is your favorite show that got cancelled?

Don't have one yet.

2.  Favorite food?


3.  Have you ever played in the snow?


4.  What do you think about Allen Gregory, Madballs: Gross Jokes, Ren & Stimpy APC and Mega Babies?

They're all... what's the word I'm thinking of...? Oh yeah. AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAHHHHHHHHHHHHHH!!!

5:  Favorite animation from the web?

Don't have one yet.

6:  Do you think that the new Powerpuff Girls reboot would be good even after this news?…

I hope so.

7.  Most creepy moment that you have seen in a cartoon?

I don't remember.

8.  Have you played Flappy Birds? if so. What is your highest score?

96! :D

9.  What do you do in your free time?

Watch cartoons, play video games and draw.

10.  What are your major fears?

Drowning, rollercoasters, and fast moterboat rides.

My questions:

1. What's your favorite color?

2. What's your favorite video game? (You can say you don't play video games)

3. What's your most favorite TV show? 

4. What's your least favorite TV show?

5. What's your favorite movie?

6. What's your favorite song to listen to?

7. What's your favorite thing about DeviantArt?

8. Do you play an instrument? If yes, what is it?

9. What's your favorite animal?

10. What's your favorite food?


:icona--c-y-n-i-c-d-o-l-l: :iconohhadivist: :iconarthurengine: :iconsalabetta: :iconcartoonguy17: :iconbrutanis: :iconkiingu: :iconcomicfreek123: :iconmauradraws: :iconmlp-vs-capcom:
  • Mood: Neutral 
  • Listening to: Nothing
  • Reading: This
  • Watching: Nothing
  • Playing: Minecraft
  • Eating: A bagel
This is one of the recent episodes of Spongebob, but who knew it could be so bad? Of course, I'm not the only one who hates the episode. Lots of people do. But I've decided to do a rant anyway, for fun. Let's get started, shall we? :happybounce: 

Now the reason I hate the episode is not BECAUSE Mr. Krabs fires Spongebob, but WHY he fires him. The reason he does is so he can save a nickel. Um... what? A nickel? The reason Mr. Krabs is firing Spongebob, the best employee he had for years, the worker who would be the manager of the Krusty Krab 2 in the movie... Just for a stinkin' nickel? OK, I understand Krabs is greedy, but he's not THAT greedy. He would never fire his only best employee only for a stupid reason like that. Without Spongebob, the Krusty Krab would fall apart. Because Mr. Krabs can't cook, and neither can Squidward.

Another thing I hate about the episode is the filler. There's so much of it! It's not the kind of filler that is needed for the plot, it's not full of funny jokes, it's just used to make the episode longer. Also, Spongebob's crying gets really annoying. And I mean REALLY annoying. They should have Tom Kenny redo those clips so Spongebob's crying won't be so annoying. He should also redo the "I'm ready!" as well.

Also... Spongebob knows Squidward hates him? Um... OK.

So yeah, I really, really, really, REALLY hate this episode. It's one of the worst episodes of the show, along with A Pal For Gary, One Coarse Meal, Little Yellow Book, and Stuck in the Wringer. The other new episodes are OK, even though they don't live up to the standards of Seasons 1, 2, and 3.

So, what did you think of my first rant? What episode of Spongebob or any other cartoon would you like me to review next? Let me know in the comments. Thanks for reading! :D (Big Grin) 
There once was a Cheerio who lived in a small empty box. The Cheerio was going on a stroll when he came across the Honey Nut Cheerios. They owned a huge mansion. The Cheerio asked the Honey Nut Cheerios if he could stay. They said yes. But then the Honey Nut Cheerios started treating the Cheerio badly. They treated him as if he was a slave. The Fruit Loops saw this and they felt sorry for the Cheerio. So the Fruit Loops came to the Cheerio and said "You can leave the Honey Nut Jerks and stay with us." That's exactly what the Cheerio did. When the Cheerio saw where the Fruit Loops lived he was impressed. The Fruit Loops lived in a huge mansion along with a waterslide and a swimming pool. Then the Fruit Loops asked the Cheerio to get them some snacks. The Cheerio said OK. So then the happy-go-lucky Cheerio went to get some soda for the Fruit Loops. But the line was too long. Then he went to the tea line. That line was too long as well. Then tacos! That line was long too. Then punch! But there was no punch line.
I'm Batman!