Sometimes TV shows get banned for one reason or another. Sometimes it happens to children’s shows. An episode, perhaps trying to teach kids an important lesson while still being entertaining to said kids, goes over the line somewhere and ends up getting pulled from future broadcasts.
Screen Rant put together a video explaining ten such banned episodes. See it after the cut.
90’s cartoons were always a bit more mature than earlier generations. Where Scoobie-Doo hinted at drug use, later cartoons hit you over the head with the idea. Well it’s about to get a whole lot worse!
Check out these awesome oversized pillows made by artist and Etsy shop owner ThisShop Rocks from Whitley, England. The pillows are made from printed fabric and stuffed with duck feathers. These beauties are completely customizable and the shop can change anything for you like effects , colors, & sizes. Check out some of our favorites after the break:
It’s our 49th episode but the very first time someone has been suspended! Find out what topics Jenny and Ryan get to discuss now that Watson is serving his suspension by listening to the episode right now or jumping after the break to read more!
I know that Pokemon has been around for quite some time. Would you gasp and run away if I told you that I just now started playing the game? Yeah – only took me 35 years, but that’s neither here nor there. In my new found love of Pokemon, I have paid close attention to any artist that hand crafts something that I haven’t seen before – and these little mini plush amigurumi’s fit the ticket! Etsy shop owner BubblyTeaShop is the mastermind behind these squeeee evoking Pokemons. Wanna catch them all? You’ll have to visit her shop! But for now, see more photos of our favorite foursome after the break: Pikachu, Charmander, Squirtle, and Bulbasaur.
Every now and then we like to see what’s out there for the video game fans – and wouldn’t you know that these awesome little Art Deco prints made their way into our hearts. Etsy shop owner FireNut does everything from Art Deco, to minimalist, to splatter paint. And he doesn’t just do video game prints, you can find a little bit of everything in his shop. Well worth the look. See more video game inspired art deco prints after the break:
Who doesn’t love a walk down memory lane – especially with these static portraits of old video game characters. See the likes of Mega-Man, Mario, Luigi, Samus, link, and more. You can thank Etsy shop owner Andrew Heath for these stunning minimal beauties. See all the stunners and gunners after the break:
Friday on the podcast, after discussing something that came from the future and who was almost Batman, the guys and Jenny went on to discuss more of their blind spots. I can say I’m actually familiar with most of those blind spots, so I’ll be sitting that sort of thing out next week. There were some mighty fine choices, truth be told…well, I didn’t care for Krull when I saw it, but maybe if I’d seen it when it came out as opposed to years after the fact when I was no longer an easily-impressed kid.
That’s more or less the same reason my wife didn’t care for Ghostbusters when I showed it to her. You gotta catch these things at the exact right time. It’s also why I suspect I would have liked Catcher in the Rye if I had read it when I was 16 instead of 26. Stuff happens.
Though the poll I put up last week has only gotten as of this writing about 5 votes, Bone was winning, so I’ll be rereading that, and shame on Ryan for not hittin’ that yet. Even my non-geek wife read and loved Bone.
But I’m putting three of my blind spots behind the cut.