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I'm still not entirely sure, but I think he will like the short enough to boost it up, even if he dislikes the main course. Snooze You Lose-Scumbob The episode feels very generic, like a bunch of episodes into a blender. The plot of Squidward having the tar beaten out of him has been done to death, and the episode isn't funny, besides the quick mutant sequence, and I guess the no dancing zone gaga. However, Spongebob and Patrick are presented here decently, which makes me question wether I should give it a meh, but I feel like the scum is going to be on this one for generally being unfunny.
Krusty Katering-Meh The pacing is all over the place, and lots of jokes miss there mark, this is another one I don't quite think he will hate. The episode is by no means boring, and it has an energy other bad episodes don't have. The premise is entirley creative, and while the parts in the mansion can be tiring and obnoxious at times, other times the jokes can really hit their mark. The beginning is also fun and light hearted, so I can see it really boosting the episode up.
I think he won't call it bad because it's more of having too much substance, rather than lack of substance, so I think he will be a bit nicer here than he will for Snooze You Lose.
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Spongebob's Place-Scumbob I don't know, the episode itself isn't really THAT bad, and I think that is something Pie Guy will comment on if he says the episode is bad, but it does have a lot of ideas thrown together again. While the concept of Krabs being jelous of Spongebob is an interesting angle to take the episode, I don't know how much it will make up for him how much elements this episode borrows.
This is one of the reviews I am really interested in hearing. Plankton Gets the Boot-Good Save for the ending, the episode is really funny. While it does borrow from Single Cell Anniversery, an episode he called meh, and Mermaid Man 3, it takes it in an original light, while creating fun situational humor between Spongebob and Plankton, with Patrick and Karen adding to the humor.
While it is not too fantastic of an episode, it is solid enough, and another episode I think Pie Guy will really like. Life Insurence-Good While I am not that fond of the episode, Pie Guy has stated many times how much he likes the formula used in the episode, and he could find the slapstick to be amusing here. Spongebob and Patrick are portrayed good here, and Squidward brings all the torment onto himself, like he does in the classic episodes.
I easily can see this being meh, but I think he'll like it enough to call it a good.
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Burst Your Bubble-Good Decent enough, the concept is totally original, and it has decent jokes. It has been shown before that he doesn't mind if the episode is not funny if it has another hook Chum Fricasse, Bubble Troubles, Lost in Bikini Bottomand the story here is really string, and there are a fair amount of jokes.
I expect this, if it does get a good, to be just barely, but I still think he will like it non the less. Maybe the robot twist ending will save it, probably not.
Trident Trouble-Meh It depends on wether he finds the greek chorus funny or obnoxious. If he finds it amusing, I can easily seeing this being good, heck maybe one of the best of the Season. If he doesn't like it, this could be a meh or scumbob. Considering the mixed reception of this episode, it is very hard to see what he will think of it, but I think meh as more of a middle ground, rather than I think he will lean meh, since all 3 are possible.
While the episode isn't too amazing, I think he will like the structure of it, being more of little skits, rather than the episode relying too much on the jokes. The episode still has it's moments, such as the part in Plankon's lab, but overall it is just more of a nice adventure, rather than something too memorable.
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Can see it going meh, but I will lean good here. Sportz-Scumbob Pretty boring, not too much excitment or interest here. The episodes just doesn't feel like doing anything besides staying in one spot. Pie guy will probably give the episode credit for at least putting characters in the proper places, but the episode is so empty feeling that I doubt he will even give it a meh.
He might even like that Mrs. Puff doesn't seem like such a monster here, and even goes to chase after Spongebob. Stickyfins and Dorsel Dan are 2 funny one off characters that pul off great performences, and there really isn't a dull moment due to it being a high energy car chase. Maybe I could see it being a meh if he really doesn't like the style, due to it being similar to Krusty Katering and Trident Trouble, but this one is able to take a breather, which allows the episode to flow better.
Lost and Found-Meh The visuals are great, btu he will probably find the characters underdevolped, and I don't know if he will dig Squidward getting tortured as his type of humor. While Spongebob carries the story perfectly fine, he is likeable and fun, that goes for all the Season, so he really isn't that special here. He will think this is like a middle of the road Season 8 episode, just above due to the excellent eye candy present. Patrick's Coupon-Scumbob While I still stand by the episode not being that bad, he will probably find Patrick to be not enough to carry the episode.
While I don't mind them, everyone else seems to have a problem witht the fight between Patrick and the other Patrick, so I can only assume that Pie Guy will not be thrilled about them either. We get boxing matches featuring murderers canceled. Black Twitter is more than respectability memes and bacon praise.
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But with so many memorable moments, do you have a favorite? What resulted was PaulaBestDisheswhich at once allowed us to poke fun at racism and flex our brilliance. Plus, it was refreshing to see the absurdity of racism tackled through humor. I laughed hard as fuck that day. Who knew public dismemberment could be so riveting? Black Twitter forgets nothing and, when scandals and tragedies appear, find everything. Can you imagine having your public lashing or catfight or meltdown or Freudian slip become a trending topic?
Ever known anyone who became a meme or hashtag for all the wrong and tragic reasons? Though I can only imagine what it must be like to wake up one morning feeling like the Cheers theme songwhere everyone knows your name.
But what about yourself? Have you ever had to ID any hashtag casualties at the morgue? I have never had people who I loved at the center of a Black Twitter-sponsored witch hunt. I have seen bloggers and subhuman fashion fuckboys that I know get pushed into that hot grease, though.
Sure there were laughs, RTs and screen shots, but nothing life-ruining. They live on to Terrible another day.
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