- Alright, episode title, show, episode number, writers, and directors can usually be found on imdb.com. If the animation in question is something that no one has ever heard of and you can't find the creators on it, just write "writers/editors/staff unknown."
If I bugged you so badly then I apologize. Of Course I'll still be making my own Animated Atrocities and sending them to your blank version not as a really as a request but it's the best way I can think of for other people to find my work.
1. ONLY 1 FOR BLAND, GENERIC AND UNINSPIRED MUSIC?!!? WHY?!!? I would have given it something between a 5 and an 8.
2. HOW would someone missing their wallet only get 3 points? How could someone losing their money and not being able to pay for their house until they live on the streets and die only count for 3 atrocity points?
3. WHY THE HECK IS IT THAT if an episode's moral is good but exaggerates the consequences, we can only give it a one, but how come YOU can give a HIGHER score for rancid morals in your scorecard of SpongeBob's last stand when it does the exact same thing? If you're not going to follow your own rules, why should I?
4. What's the point of having both Rancid morals or unfortunate implications if they both mean the same thing with the only difference being intentional or not? Why not just have them be the same category?
5. Why is it that some of your scorecards have points for both Rancid morals AND unfortunate implications? I mean that would go against what you're saying about how rancid morals and unfortunate implications in the EXACT SAME SCORECARD which was already STUPID in the first place?
6. Why the heck does saying you're absolutely perfect in every single way only get 3 rancid moral points but crying to solve your problems gets 7?!!?
7. Wouldn't saying you should commit suicide get a full 10 out of 10?
8. If unfortunate implications have to have minus 3, that would mean that the maximum for unfortunate implications. So why do some of your scorecards have a full 10 out of 10 for it?
2. Missing their wallet doesn't necessarily mean losing all of their money from the bank. If they are unable to pay for their house, resulting in an eviction, forcing them to live in the street, making the ordeal fatal, then I would give it about 8-10 on unnecessary cruelty.
3. A one on Rancid Morals indicates that the moral is stupid, but not necessarily harmful. The moral from SpongeBob's Last Stand, however, is worse than a blatant fantasy moral.
4 & 5. I would just simply merge them together and add a new category. I could put Lack of Entertainment, but it may be a bit similar to Lackluster Writing.
6. The former moral is relatively harmless. However, the latter moral from Stuck in the Wringer is an abysmal moral that is hard to take seriously.
7. Maybe... I'm not sure why he doesn't really find it as bad as the moral from Seahorse Seashell Party.
8. Probably because of how dangerous these implications are.
1. Probably because some music may be bland, generic and uninspired, but not necessarily painful to listen to — unless maybe it lasts a little too long.
2. Maybe if such consequences where shown or implied in the animation itself, it would rate higher in UC.
3. Because something like “or evil ice monsters will kill all of you" is blatantly fantasy.
4 & 5. Because sometimes an animation ends up teaching a rancid moral and, in the process, could also end up teaching something else by accident.
6. Even if someone genuinely believes the former moral, I’m not sure they would necessarily bring any harm on themselves… or at least as much harm as the latter moral.
7. Okay, that I’ll give you, although chances are something else has happened in the animation that would bump RM to 10 anyway.
8. Probably because of how bad/dangerous some of the implications are.
Wait, are we talking about "Testing 123, 123" from MLP?
The episode that is filler yet is one of the most "beloved episodes"?
Show: Peppa Pig
Writers are unknown
Directors/editors are unknown
LW: 2 (filler in a 5 minute episode)
UC: 2 (Exactly what the conditions for two points in this cagetory are: A character suffers injuries and bruises for no reason)
RM: 8 'Injure yourself on purpose because you'll be treated specially'
CD: 1 (One character seems to enjoy being injured)
Other Notes: Every show has a dud, and this is Peppa Pig's. Peppa falling over was cruel and unessacary filler IN A FIVE MINUTE EPISODE, and the moral is atrocious. 'Injure yourself on purpose because you'll be treated specially'. Seriously, that is a heinous moral. Other than that, there's the very minor offense of Pedro being OOC by seeming to enjoy being injured. Worst Peppa Pig episode ever.