I'm Not a Sugary Treat - RPCoolEmoticon said the following:I'm Not a Sugary Treat - RP1 month ago in Plot Outlines & Synopses
Napoleon yawned as he stretched his limbs till they popped causing the sweet sensation of relaxation within his muscles and joints. He slept like a rock all morning, nothing disturbing him from slumber, such as his owner who he swore tried to make as much noise as he possibly could in the mornings before he left. It irked him, but he was grateful for the care he was given nonetheless. I mean some more belly rubs wouldn't hurt, but at least he was fed. It wasn't the quality food he was used to, but it kept him alive at the very least. He let out a disgruntled sigh as he walked towards his food bowl, thoroughly emptying it before heading out the house through the doggy door his master built in for him. Now to head to town to pass time, he thought to himself.
He cringed in surprise when his paws hit the rocky roads off the town roads as he was never a fan of harsh terrains. He let out a snort, nose held high, but he continued walking, making his way throug
Cartoon Sunday: The Napoleon Dynamite Cartoon When Fox ended King of the Hill, it struggled to fill in that time slot. It tried shows like Sit Down & Shut Up, and eventually settled for Bob's Burgers, but before that we got a very odd cartoon, an animated series about Napoleon Dynamite. For those who didn't grew up watching this movie, it's about an awkward boy named Napoleon and his very odd life. He lives with his grandma and older brother, he has a friend named Pedro and I guess love interest named Deb. It's praised for its oddness, but it never feels artsy or in your face.Cartoon Sunday: The Napoleon Dynamite Cartoon 1 week ago in Plot Outlines & Synopses
So since Fox owns the right to the movie and wasn't doing anything with it, they decided to revive the universe 6 years later and create an animated series based around it.
From what I recalled, it was kind of okay. I mean, I was a still young, about fifteen, when this show came out and I didn't find myself hating it. I laughed at a few jokes, but I didn't find myself loving it. Now to take off my nostalgia goggles, I don't consider this a go