The Pinkie ProblemSo, I've been saying that Season 4 has had one consistant problem, and that problem has been Pinkie's characterization. A lot of people seem to believe that Pinkie has been fine, the same as she's always been, or harmless. That's a perfectly valid opinion (that I don't share) and there is a way of looking at things where you take every character's perfomance as "in character:" Spike from Spike at Your Service; Twilight in Feeling Pinkie Keen; Rainbow Dash in May the Best Pet Win!, everything.The Pinkie Problem1 month ago in Personal
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I could do that—actually no I couldn't, since I'm a critic, but hypothetically if I could, I would have to assume that Pinkie lacks any sense of empathy (The Super Speedy Cider Squeezy 6000; Filli Vanilli); is a complete idiot (Over a Barrel); and has the mind of a child (most of her season four appearances). Regardless of whether or not that's a valid viewpoint, that's not a good character. I define a good character as someone you can relate to, som
One Coarse LawsuitOne Coarse LawsuitOne Coarse Lawsuit10 months ago in Drama
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One morning, in Bikini Bottom, Mr. Krabs was sitting in his office doing his usual thing. And by that I mean counting money and laughing.
"Ar har har har! Things have been going much better since I realized that the minimum wage was lower!"
Suddenly, Mr. Krab's top chef, SpongeBob Squarepants, busted in.
"SpongeBob?" Mr. Krabs asked. "Has buisness slowed down?"
"No, sir," SpongeBob replied, "but there are some cops outside the restaurant."
"Cops?" Mr. Krabs responded. "I'm sure they just want a couple patties."
"I don't think so, sir," SpongeBob said. "They look pretty serious and they're asking Squidward where you are."
"Ah, just play it cool, boy," Mr. Krabs assured him. "They're probably just asking about the whole 'nasty patty' incident."
"I thought we were never supposed to talk about that again," SpongeBob quipped.
"We're not," Mr. Krabs explained, "but I am."
The cops then came in, looking not too happy.
"Welcome to the Krusty Krab!" Mr. Krabs burst. "What can
A Mingle with the Bookworm: Part 2 (read descrip.)A Mingle with the Bookworm: Part 2 (read descrip.)2 years ago in Short Stories
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Tate was a little excited to be a girl. She did look quite attractive, to her eyes, but then again, it was probably the mindset of Thomas still thinking. Regardless, it was a fresh start at life and she may want to change her routine a little bit to get a little more respect than Thomas ever had, and a little more social, to add. But she still wanted to read; she still craved that extra chapter in her book, the extra lesson in her homework.
She slammed herself into her bed where her book was still open and began to read once more. It wasn't long before her read was interrupted by the voice that seemed to have change her gender in the first place.
"What did I tell you?" It began, "Put the book down and start socializing!"
Tate wasn't going to hold back this time, "No, I don't want to; I want to study, I want to learn and I want to sit here and do those things!"
The voice grew enraged, "You dare talk back to your teacher? Your