The Simpsons: 10 Years Later - A Bob Con Chapter 1The Simpsons: 10 Years Later - A Bob Con Chapter 12 years ago in Introductions & Chapters More Like This
Robert Terwilliger, otherwise known as Sideshow Bob had a frown on his face as he looked up at the banner on the outside of a building that said "Springfield Gamers, Video Game Convention" on it. He sighed as he looked down. "Why did I let myself get talked into this?" he asked in a thinking out-loud way.
"Because if you said no, your only son would throw a fit." came the voice of his younger brother Cecil who was standing beside him. The two had been dragged here by their sons Gino and William who as it turned out were really into video games which the two boys played quite a lot much to their fathers dismay.
"I am never going to understand these things or our sons weird obsession with them, for that matter." Bob stated to his brother as he crossed his arms. "I doubt any parent really does." Cecil added before he started to head inside the building, with Bob following him in.
Inside there was many tables set up and areas with stands that had people on them, talking. "Egad, how do they
A Simpsons' Christmas (chapter 2)A Simpsons' ChristmasA Simpsons' Christmas (chapter 2)2 years ago in Sketches More Like This
Bart: I'm okay!
Homer: No! I'm not ok! *Homer sobbed*
Lisa: What is it, Dad!?!
Homer: I'll never get the lifetime supply of bottled water!!!!
Lisa: Ok, at least we're all ok
Homer: I didn't hear the address I was supposed to send my details to! Why is life so cruel! *Homer wailed loudly*
Bart: We're never gonna get the stupid tree!
Seymour: Good Lord! Is everyone ok?! *Seymour leaped out of his car to aid the Simpsons* (Seymour had been driving past when Homer crashed. Seymour had been out doing errands for Agnes)
Bart: Could it get any worse?
Lisa: Yes, Principal Skinner. Everyone is fine.
Seymour: Let me at least give you a ride home.
Lisa: We weren't going home, we were going to get a Christmas tree. I guess we'll have to walk there now.
Homer: Walk!?! *Homer and Bart groaned*
Seymour: I'm on my way to buy a Christmas tree for Mother. Want to come along?
Lisa: Thank you for the kind offer but we coul-
A Simpsons' Christmas (prologue)A Simpsons' ChristmasA Simpsons' Christmas (prologue)2 years ago in Sketches More Like This
Marge: Homie, can you go down with the kids to buy a Christmas tree? I have to do the Christmas shopping. (Christmas the year before had been not much short of a failure due to the fact that Homer forgot to do the Christmas shopping)
Homer: Do I HAVE to??? *Homer moaned*
Marge: It's Christmas tomorrow, and I don't want this family to have another 'crisis'. *Marge glanced sternly at Homer*
Lisa: Can we Dad?
Bart: Yeah, c'mon Homer!
Homer: But I wanna watch the game!
Marge: Homie, please? *Marge waited for Homer's response*
Bart: Nevermind Mom. Just let the fatso watch his gam-
Homer: WHY YOU LITTLE! *Homer strangled Bart*
Bart: ACK!! URRK! GACK!!!
Marge: HOMER! You're going to get that tree and no more television for the rest of the day!!!
Lisa: Thanks Mom.
Bart: Come on big boy! *Bart laughed at Homer*
Homer: Watch it, boy! *Homer opened the front door and walked outside*
Lisa: Can I pick which tree we get, Dad?
Bart: NO! Mom
A Simpsons' Christmas (chapter 1)A Simpsons' ChristmasA Simpsons' Christmas (chapter 1)2 years ago in Sketches More Like This
Homer: Everyone ready? *Homer stopped singing*
Lisa: Yes, Dad! *Lisa looked at Bart as if to say, 'You better say yes!'*
Homer: OK then! Off we go! WOOHOO!!!
Bart: I thought you didn't want to come!
Homer: That's in the past, boy! Just like "The Ghost of Christmas Future"!
Lisa: Dad, don't you mean "Past"?
Homer: Past what?
Lisa: The Ghos- Oh never mind! Can we go now!
Homer: Go where?
Lisa: Urgh! To get the Christmas tree!!!
Homer: Oh right! *Homer laughed*
Homer: Why Won't You Work *Homer tried to start the car*
Homer: COME ON! *Homer banged his fist against the steering wheel*
Homer: If this is another one of your pran- *Homer's car started*
Bart: I didn't do nothin'! *Bart grinned a big cheesy grin at Homer*
Homer: Let's see what's on. *Homer switched on the radio*
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Fender - Grumpy robots"Uuuggghh...." Groaned a young, hungover redhead as he pushed back his long bangs. 'I should really stop accepting Benders drinking challenges...' He thought to himself as he leant back in his chair and ruffled his hair some more.Fender - Grumpy robots5 years ago in Fan Fiction More Like This
"You should really get a haircut, Fry." Stated Leela rather bluntly as she scrunched up her nose in distaste and tugged at his hair.
"Yeah, Fry... If you want I once slept with a hairdresser so I can get you in for cheaper!" Amy chirped excitedly as she flipped open her phone.
Fry looked between them both, sighed and then shrugged, "I don't know..." he started with uncertainty. "Hey, Bender..." He said slowly as he span in his chair to face his dozing, robotic best friend. "What do you think? Do you think I should get a hair cut?" He asked, pulling at his long locks with a questionable look.
Bender glared at his hair, stated a sharp "I don't care." Then stood from his chair and stormed out the room.
Fry stared after him with a rather puppy-like express
Frappuccino"The night was darker than usual, colder than usual and down right spooky." A calm voice dramatised in recall of a particularly 'heroic' tale. Or so he says.Frappuccino4 years ago in Fan Fiction More Like This
But the young red-head had his doubts. His unconsciously rose his eyebrows and rolled his eyes in a disbelieving fashion. The large blonde in front of him pouted and he couldn't help but sigh, yet again. "Really, Zapp... you say all these stories and none of them ever check out to be remotely true." The read-head moaned, groaning even louder at how very 'Leela' he just sounded.
Zapp's pout turned into a childish frown, "B-but...I thought you liked my stories?" He turned his big blue eyes up at Fry.
Fry couldn't help but think 'cheater' as he stared at the pathetic excuse for a man in front of him. "Ugh. Let's just go get a beer. I wonder if Benders back yet..." Fry thought aloud.
"Oh! Ah...Er...No! The robot is...er...still out...at...er that...thing. Yes. Leela told me he'd be away all day and night and maybe
Don't Go Breaking my heart (Darthraner)Don't Go Breaking My HeartDon't Go Breaking my heart (Darthraner)9 months ago in Songs & Lyrics More Like This
(Sung by Homer and Marge Simpson and Peter Griffin and Lois Griffin)
Homer Simpson: Don't go breaking my heart
Marge Simpson: I couldn't if I tried
Homer Simpson: Oh honey if I get restless
Marge Simpson: Baby you're not that kind
Peter Griffin: Don't go breaking my heart
Lois Griffin: You take the weight off of me
Peter Griffin: Oh honey when you knock on my door
Lois Griffin: Oo I gave you my key
Both: Woo Hoo Nobody knows it
Homer Simpson: When I was down
Marge Simpson: I was your clown
Both:Woo Hoo Nobody knows it
Nobody knows it
Peter Griffin: Right from the start
Lois Griffin: I Gave you my heart
Oohh I Gave you my heart
Homer Simpson: So don't go breaking my heart
Marge Simpson: I won't go breaking your heart
Both: Don't go breaking my heart
Peter Griffin: Nobody told us
Lois Griffin: Cause nobody showed us
Peter Griffin: Now it's up to us baby
Lois Griffin: Oohh I think we can make it
Homer Simpson: So don't misunderstand me
Marge Simpson: You put the
Why the Planet of the Apes sequels are WRONGWhy the Planet of the Apes sequels are WRONG3 months ago in Reviews & Guides More Like This
DISCLAIMER: this entire text is a massive spoiler for the movie "Planet of the Apes"
It all began in 1963, when french novelist Pierre Boulle wrote a book entitled "La Planète des Singes", a rather unusual and cool Science Fiction novel that depicted a group of space explorers ending up in an Earth-like alien planet which turns out to be a topsy-turvy world where talking apes rule and humans act like speechles animals and are treated as such by the intelligent simians.
Producer Arthur P. Jacobs bought the rights for Boulle's novel and pitched the production to many studios, but was passed over until a few years later 20th Century Fox picked it up. The book was processed into a movie script by the capable hands of pioneer writer Michael Wilson and Rod Serling, the legendary creator of the excellent TV anthology "The Twilight Zone", and it was brought to life thanks to the Oscar winning makeup effects by John Chambers and the direction of
Disney's Hercules Nostalgiaview Part 1Disney's Hercules Nostalgiaview Part 17 months ago in Reviews & Guides More Like This
Welcome back to Nostalgiaviews, where all our collective childhoods come to bite us back in the asses.
I did a poll on my Deviantart site last year asking my readers if I should review "My Little Pony: Equestria Girls," to my surprise, and relief, many of my fine readers said no. This is a genuine shock to me; the last time I did a poll, it ended up in a landslide that had me review "Troll 2" back in 2011, I guess my readers really wanted to see me in pain back then. However, this was a case where it took a tiebreaker to decide if I was to review "Equestria Girls" or Disney's "Hercules," the majority ruled for Disney, so, that's what we have today folks. But, before we do, pull out your notebooks kids, it's time for me to exposit information you either do or don't care to read. If you do, who knows, you might just learn something...
It's the late 1990's, The Walt Disney Studios is in a bit of rut. After pulling themselves out of the creative slump that
A Night AwayAnthony laid solemnly on his bed as the bright light of the laptop screen shined upon his toned facial features. After nearly 3 hours of editing their latest Smosh episode, he shut off his mac and set it lightly on the nightstand directly to his right. Just as he was about to drift off into a quick nap, the familiar rumble of keys jingled into the doorknob and then opened. Anthony smiled and sat up, running to the foyer to greet his lover.A Night Away2 years ago in Romance More Like This
“Well, look who missed me from the market.” Ian grinned taking off his coat.
Anthony smiled widely and gave him a quick peck on the lips. “Sure did.”
They both strolled over to the living room and sat themselves adjacent to each-other. Ian reached his hand over to caress his boyfriend’s face before leaning in and gently placing small kisses along his jawline. Anthony smiled weakly.
Ian resumed his position; feeling the tense muscles that contracted on Anthony. He gave him a concerned look. “Babe, is everything ok?
Superman/Batman: Apocalypse ReviewSuperman/Batman: Apocalypse Review6 months ago in Reviews & Guides More Like This
If you can't take personal opinions that may or may not agree with your own opinions, do not read this review.
So this is meant to be a direct sequel to Superman/Batman: Public Enemies - a reporter off-screen explains Lex Luthor's downfall from Presidency, and about the Kryptonite meteor being destroyed. And what I just think is incredibly brilliant here is that it follows up on these things - the whole story centers around something from the Kryptonite meteor after all, giving it a purpose and not feeling so random anymore. Because inside it was nothing else but an escape pod with Kara in it, later AKA Supergirl. So yeah, we also get an origin movie for Supergirl here, that's awesome. We really do need more origins in these animated movies for both heroes and villains - it really does help newcomers understand things better and makes them feel less like characters are tacked on.
I will be a bit unconventional and talk about the villains first.
The main villain
Simpsons Fanfic ProfilesLisa Marie SimpsonSimpsons Fanfic Profiles5 years ago in Humor More Like This
Occupation: Student at New Springfield High School
Parents: Homer Simpson and Marge Simpson
Siblings: Bart and Maggie
Friends: Allison, Alex, Samantha
Enemies: Sherri, Terri, Jessica
Crushes: Colin, Luke, Jesse
Hobbies: Playing saxophone, reading old novels
Lisa is just your average teenage girl. Well, an average teenage girl with an IQ of 167 and large vocabulary. Now attending high school, Lisa's gotten more popular, along with a couple of friends. Even now, she's still tormented by Sherri and Terri, but occasionally brushes it off. Becoming more like her mother, Lisa takes up some of the family duties and always tries to get them to eat vegetarian meals. Until now, her past starts haunting her and she finds her life going down the drain. But the one thing that bothers her the most: not having a boyfriend.
Bartholemew Jojo Simpson
Occupation: Student at NSHS, asst. manager of Android's Dungeon
Parents: Homer Simpson and Marge Simpson
The Spongebob Squarepants Movie NostalgiaviewThe Spongebob Squarepants Movie Nostalgiaview4 months ago in Reviews & Guides More Like This
Hello and -yadda, yadda, yadda, you get the picture, I'm reviewing a movie ala` Nostalgia Critic style minus the skits and insistent yelling. Get over it.
It's time to rip on Nickelodeon again and if you thought "Grow Up Timmy Turner" was an insulting slap to our childhoods, then let's rip on another movie to come from Nickelodeon, but one to actually have been released in theaters, "The Spongebob Squarepants Movie."
But before I tear into a childhood favorite for many, let's examine some backstory on our yellow sea-sponge friend to see how it all went wrong.
"Spongebob Squarepants" is the ongoing television show made in 1999 created by animator, writer and marine biologist Stephen Hillenburg, who acquired his degree in marine studies in 1984 before acquiring a Masters degree for animation at the California Institute of the Arts in 1991; the same college that taught the boys who formed Pixar and bore the classroom number A113 that became the Easter egg for many Pix
The Simpsons Theme Tune LyricsThe Simpsons Theme Tune Lyrics3 years ago in Comedy More Like This
HO-MER SIMP-SON / MARGE SIMP-SON / LI-SA / MA-GGIE / BART
SAN-TAS LI-TTLE HEL-PER
LE-NNY / CARL / SMI-THERS / M-R BURNS
KENT BROCK-MAN / BUMBLE-BEE MAN / KRUS-TY / SIDE-SHOW MEL
CO-MIC BOOK GUY
DIS-CO STU / PRO-FE-SSOR FRINK
MOE / MAYOR QUIM-BY
WI-GGUM / WI-LLIE
TE-RRI / SHE-RRI
SEY-MOUR / ED-NA K / SU-PER IN-TEN-DENT CHAL-MERS
U-TER / BLIN-KY THE FISH / JEB-E-DI-AH SPRING-FIELD / FAT TO-NY / SNAKE / GILL
A-PU / MAN-JU-LA / MISS HOO-VER
NEL-SON / MAR-TIN / O-TTO / JIM-BO / RALPH / DOLPH / KEAR-NEY
PA-TTY / SEL-MA
HER-MAN / MOLE-MAN / THE SEA CAP-TAIN
SIDE-SHOW BOB TER-WILL-I-GER AND REV-ER-END TIM LOVE-JOY
DOC-TOR HI-BBERT / DOC-TOR NICK
SLACK JAWED CLE-TUS
NED / ROD AND TODD FLAN-DERS
RA-DI-O AC-TIVE MAN / IT-CHY / SCRAT-CHY / POO-CHIE
TROY MC-CLURE / JAS-PER / KANG AND KODOS
BlushIan ducked out of the game room, still blushing from his dance duet with Lasercorn. He couldn't keep a grin off of his face; his stomach was sore from laughing so hard. Although, that wasn't the only part of him that was sore. He dropped a hand to his crotch, wincing slightly at the pain where Lasercorn had accidentally grabbed him as they fell over.Blush2 years ago in Romance More Like This
"I didn't hurt you too bad, did I?"
Ian jumped slightly, spinning around to see Lasercorn standing behind him in the deserted hallway, smiling sheepishly.
Ian shook his head. "Nah, you didn't. My balls have taken much worse injuries from playing video games with Anthony, trust me."
Lasercorn laughed. "Do I even want to know?"
Ian shook his head, grinning. "You really don't." He leaned closer and stage-whispered, "Let's just say he's a sore loser."
Lasercorn laughed. "Remind me not to piss him off."
They rounded a corner, and Ian paused. "Hey, wanna hang out here for a bit?" He didn't have to be home for another couple hours, and he was enj
OTD: Superman IIIOTD: Superman III1 year ago in Reviews & Guides More Like This
OUTTA THE DVD!
Written by Tohokari-Steel
Theme song: Greatest Show Unearthed by Creature Feature
Steel sighed in contentment as he sat up and walked over to the window, a mug of hot apple cider in hand.
“What a beautiful day.” Steel said, “Leaves falling, morning nice and crisp. Yep, sure is a great way to start October. Wait...October?”
Steel’s eyes went wide as he realized something. He filled up a suitcase, pulled on a jacket, and ran over to the door. The minute he touched it, he heard a sizzling noise and pulled his hand back, yelping in pain.
“Going somewhere?” asked a sly voice.
Steel looked over to see what looked like a hooded, horned version of Ray.
“Oh, uh, HI Devil Ray!” Steel greeted, a nervous look on his face, “You’re looking particularly...Satanic. Did you get a hair-cut? You got your nails done? Your horns filed?”
“Do you recall this?” Devil Ray asked, unfurling a contract
Disney's Hercules Nostalgiaview Part 2Disney's Hercules Nostalgiaview Part 27 months ago in Reviews & Guides More Like This
You know, I actually feel really stupid for all the nitpicking I gave to the movie's historical aspect in the last part.
I realized only too late that mythology often isn't one that is required to give an exact date. People created myths to try and make sense of the world, using real life trials to translate into metaphorical monsters and gods to explain elements in the world to make sense of them. The Hydra Heracles battles?
A representation of mankind's lust, no matter how many times you try to cut ties with it, more will always grow in it's place.
Even the idea of a demigod was created to invoke a personal connection between mortals and the gods. If you think this idea has passed away with ancient cultures, take a hard look at our modern religions that people still worship today, if you think about it, major religions follow the same concept; a demigod that was conceived by an deity brings balance to the world in some way or another (except Buddhism as they follow the idea that desi
Death Battle - Aquaman vs. Spongebob SquarepantsDeath Battle - Aquaman vs. Spongebob Squarepants4 months ago in Comedy More Like This
Johnny Zealous: "Well, we've counted the votes, reviewed the stats and our fighters are ready to get going. This may be, perhaps, our most anticipated Battle since the Decepticons vs. the Daleks, so anything could happen. Who will win this Death Battle?-"
Lucas Zaboot: "Aquaman. No ands, buts or ifs."
Johnny Zealous: "Are- are you dressed up in an Aquaman costume?"
Lucas Zaboot: "Aquaman for the win."
Johnny Zealous: "sigh* right, well, as they say, let's get it on!"
Stadium of Posiedon, Atlantis
A muscular lobster was flung to the ground as the crowd erupted in cheers and applause for the man standing over this lobster.
"AQUAMAN! AQUAMAN! AQUAMAN! AQUAMAN!" The crowd cheered as the King of Atlantis waved to his subjects in the stands before offering his hand to the lobster and helping him back on his feet.
"You are a fine fighter, Larry. Consider this loss a victory for yourself." Aquaman said assuringly to the defeated lobster.
"You are most kind, your highness. It has bee
Logic's Insight: Twilight IntroductionLogic's Insight: Twilight Introduction2 years ago in Reviews & Guides More Like This
Anyone ever met someone who they had a bad feeling about from the start? Maybe they didn't put themselves out in the open as often, seemed like nice people and looked legitimately trustworthy. Even then, they just seemed like someone you could have a good time with. But you had a bad feeling about this person that only grew the more you hung out with them. Eventually you see them for the manipulative jerk that they really are and see signs that they'll cause trouble. But you look around to see that many of your friends don't see what you see until...the person does something.
That would be the best way to sum up the Twilight Saga. While at first glance, it appears to be a teenage love story about a girl who falls in love with a vampire despite the obvious danger. Good or bad, the premise isn't terrible in itself, in short, it's a nice set up for a decent read. Unfortunately, Twilight is much...much...worse...
There is a three word phrase that I can use to sum up my feelings for this se
ImmortalHD - A Danny Phantom Parody [Song]Yo,ImmortalHD - A Danny Phantom Parody [Song]1 year ago in Songs & Lyrics More Like This
He was just eighteen
When he made his first
It was designed
A few teens
[He's gaming for them all,
'cause he's ImmortalHD!]
When his channel got big,
He didn't quit!
Then Aleks Left MA
For quite a bit
There was a great big crowd
Everything just changed
His entire Youtube life got rearranged!
After Koots' hug,
He was the newest Creature,
The "Camera Guy"
He got close to the group
And was in more things
Like in Supercast
And discussing hate for Brink
And it was then
Aleks knew what he had
He had to make
His channel better
For the subs coming through
He's gaming all day
For me and you!
[He's gaming for them all,
'cause he's ImmortalHD,
gaming for us all,
'cause he's ImmortalHD,
gaming for us all,
'cause he's ImmortalHD]
M. S. F. : Chapter 5 : A Lifetime of LoveM. S. F. : Chapter 5 : A Lifetime of Love2 years ago in Introductions & Chapters More Like This
"How did you get that?" I asked, pointing to the piece of paper with my song on it.
"It was on the ground. I guess you dropped it." He stood as he spoke.
He opened the page and read a piece of it. "When I look in your eyes, I feel like I can touch the sky... When I think of you, I know you don't have a clue..." His eyes searched mine. "This is how I feel," he read. "Every day and night... Wishing you were mine..."
Suddenly I had a realisation. This wasn't the song I'd thought it was - the one that had gotten me here in the first place. It was a poem... which I had only put... in my diary...
"Stop!" I cried, reaching out for the paper. How had I not realised that the rose petals were on that paper? It was the only poem I'd written that I'd actually liked, so I'd put three rose petals on it.
Anthony stepped back, and in doing so, lose his balance, falling off the dock. The paper fluttered down with him, dissolving into the water.
"My... poem!" I whispered.
Anthony bobbed in the wat
Phan's Phavourites: 12 Angry MenPhan's Phavourites: 12 Angry Men6 months ago in Reviews & Guides More Like This
One could be forgiven for coming to the conclusion the Internet is something of a hotbed of negativity.
Nerds, geeks and fanboys (or fangirls, let's not discriminate) of disdainful predisposition - revelling in the lack of self-restraint provided by the safety of anonymity - have moulded forum threads and message boards, or even the comments section of any given review or critique into hostile landscapes where reason, respect and basic human decency suffocate under the thick smog of vitriol. This then spills over into damn near everything else, where the surly and miserable take out their cynicism and bitterness on the simplest and inoffensive of opinions (i.e. "This movie/game/anime/book I just saw/played/read was a lot of fun!")
To put it simply, you can't just like anything on the Internet, not unless - and isn't this wonderful logic - you're willing to endure a Sisyphean level of harassment, abuse and bullying. It's absurd. They have no right to attack you as a person if you