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Y'know, this show was actually not that bad...
This show wasn't that bad at all, as a matter of fact. The show's only fault was that from the second season, every other episode was about relationships. Especially the last episode, that, like, one hour TV movie with like twenty things going on at once, and then Jennifer and Ned fall in love, yadda yadda. That was such a terrible episode, so I guess, leave it to whoever wrote the episode to end the show on a low note. Just like all shows, after one too many episodes, people run out of ideas, and make all the episodes about relationships, kinda like The Wonder Years. After season five, every episode was about Kevin and Winnie turning their relationship on and off with every episode. The same thing was starting to happen in this show, and it almost did, but thank goodness that the writer pulled back and made Suzie Crabgrass go to the school before he turned the show to crap. ANYWAY... Yeah. This gets an 8/10, easily. Good work.
Zoey 101 (2005)
This show definitely gets a negative eight octillion.
Is there really anything more to say about this show? Jamie Lynn Spears being the lead actress in the show proves that nepotism is alive and well. I'm not going to complain about Zoey Brooks being portrayed as the perfect girl at a completely unrealistic boarding school in California, because that would be too easy. Instead, I'm just going to say that every episode is unfathomably predictable. I guess I shouldn't complain about that EITHER considering that Dan Schneider is the writer for this show. This show really fell into a vat of diarrhea in the third season, though. Every other episode from then on was about Logan doing something stupid, and then Zoey, Quinn, Lola, Chase, and the token black kid do something totally unrealistic so that Logan can get his comeuppance. Are you serious? Opening up a shower curtain to reveal Logan's micropenis is considered child pornography, and all students involved would probably be expelled. Plus, when Austin Butler's character was introduced, I wanted to shoot my Plasma screen with a .44 Magnum. It's his first day there, and he has about fifty girls playing with themselves outside his window. Also, that one repulsive girl, Stacy, who always has the bad luck and likes to churn her butter to Logan and build stuff with Q-tips NO. Okay? She was such a filler character, and when she got hit by a car in the last episode, I jumped for joy, but then cried because she survived. I'd say that Dan Schneider has passed his prime and needs to find a new line of work. I'm sorry, but reusing the same jokes in every single TV show he writes for, and coming up with alternative titles for popular products to avoid copyright infringement isn't funny. Perhaps it was in 1999, but not as of 2008. Just go die, Dan Schneider, PLEASE.
Robot Chicken (2001)
This is BEYOND hilarious!
At first this seemed like a stupid show, but after I started watching it on television. I would laugh so hard I would almost throw up, the spoofs are even better than Scary Movie. Seth Green is a proved genius, who can always get a good laugh. Just about every episode I've seen, two or three skits have made me laugh. But according to the ratings, either you like it or you don't. The humour is almost better than South Park, and I love the clay work.
Voices: 9/10 (Most of the voicing is done by Seth Green, but a couple of voices are ones I can recognize) Clay: 10/10 (The clay artist may not be the greatest in the world, but I know that I could never make anything that great with clay) Plot: 7/10 (Not much of a plot, but still enough to make me laugh) Humour: 11/10 (I have laughed harder than I ever have watching this show, but some of the stuff seems more violent and or disgusting than funny) Spoofs: 15/10 (Some of the stupidest shows that I have always despised are spoofed on this television series, and the coincidental thing is 'That is exactly what I was thinking!') Swearing: 9/10 (It doesn't seem like quite enough swearing, and when they do it leaves me rolling on the floor, luckily I have TiVo and I can play the humour over and over)
Total Rating: 100/10
If I were to ever pick my favorite television show, this would have to be my favorite.
This show kicks butt!
When I first saw this show, I thought it was too hard to follow with and just ended up being dumb. But after watching a few episodes with my family, I have to say this must be the best show on TV! I always want it to be Monday, so I can see a new episode. Then, when it is Monday, I really enjoy the episode. Now, I can see what is happening. It all follows through, I can compare this to Scary Movie 4 only this makes Scary Movie 4 look like a slice of rotten cheese on the carpeting. No of fence to Anna Faris, but I have the feeling that soon this will be the most popular show on television. And to that, I say that I am sorry that I never wanted to watch this show. The actors are excellent, the suspense increases by every episode aired. I mean, who wouldn't want a special power?