Saturday, April 30, 2011

Phineas and Ferb: Sneak Preview

So, uh, what's this I'm hearing about an unknown sneak preview of something from Phineas and Ferb? It seems that the wiki is debating over what it could be. An episode maybe, or even the movie itself... Well, if it's true that the sneak preview is tonight, we'll find out then one way or another. Happy times, everyone!

UPDATE: It turns out, it promotes the upcoming episode "Ask a Foolish Question" which Candace for the umpteenth time comes up with a dirty scheme to ruin her brothers' summer fun using their newly-built supercomputer. Bleah, I hope she gets shut down because even if she is concerned for their well-being, her maniacal laughter isn't proving anything.

Thursday, April 28, 2011

Nothing But Phineas and Ferb

Yeah, I've sometimes been talking of nothing else, so what? But that's beside the point because today, I'm discussing my disappointment in some irresponsible and insensible users regarding the hit TV show. And here's why. It seems that some users, if not many, just won't shut up about Phineas's so-called real father and Ferb's so-called real mother. And on the wiki, there is the recent mentioning of Isabella's father. Asking about such characters is actually considered a stupid question because it has no relevance to the show whatsoever and never will. And the same goes for Isabella's father. Even though her mother has been proven to be a married woman (see the episode "No More Bunny Business"), as long as such information is not important to the show and provides nothing towards its standards, as far as I'm concerned, Phineas's father is Lawrence Fletcher and Ferb's mother is Linda Flynn. End of story. So please users, stop being stupid and drop this shenanigan already.

Monday, April 25, 2011

The Country's New Trump Idiot

Yeah, for those of you who are political, the new Republican who's out to steal the spotlight has shown his face and from my personal point of view, he's got bad news written all over him. As a start, he's trying to prove to us all that President Obama is not a natural-born citizen, which is more madness than truth, I'd like to make that established because it's more or less an excuse to usurp Obama. I think in recent news, actor Robert De Niro took a stand against him, but ol' Trumpy had to zap him back, the idiot. It's kind of obvious that this pompous man is gonna run for the election of 2012 and do everything in his power to reign supreme. Please...don't vote for him. I mean, how can you vote for someone who speaks in third person? "The Donald"? Really? What a turkey. Snow jobs just want to rule the country with an iron fist the same way Wisconsin's state governor and possibly our own state governor plan to do sooner or later. You people want that? Remember, this is my personal opinion and I have no regrets to say here and now that this man ain't no Trump card for our country.

Go-bama forever!

Pokémon Black and White the Third?

You know it, fans. Word has it that in Japan, yet another Pokémon game is being revealed next month. Since every one of these generation games have had a third game, including Pokémon Yellow, Pokémon Crystal, Pokémon Emerald, and Pokémon Platinum, this mentioned game could be just that. Actually, I'm secretly hoping that Game Freak is done with making Pokémon game remakes because at this point they're not really necessary anymore.

Monday, April 18, 2011

Early Shippings

What's this about jumping the gun on shippings anyway? The thing is, I heard that there's already a shipping for Yuma and Kotori, characters from Yu-Gi-Oh! ZEXAL. Now I know that a character description says that Kotori seems to care about Yuma despite teasing him for blunders, but aren't these shippers jumping the gun? Then again, that's the way it works in a Yu-Gi-Oh! series, isn't it? A girl character is introduced and shippings between her and the main character begin. First there was Téa Gardner, Yugi's childhood friend who actually took a fancy to Atem. Then there was Alexis Rhodes, who didn't even remotely gain feelings for Jaden until the unaired Season 4 and those two didn't become an item either. And there was also Akiza Izinski to consider, which despite heavy turmoils due to her psychic powers, gained feelings for Yusei. And in the final episode of Yu-Gi-Oh! 5D's, it seemed to be vice-versa as well. At least they still have a chance of becoming an item as opposed to Jaden and Alexis. And now, we've got the possibility of Yuma and Kotori. It's a little early in the ballgame, but I guess that's how it works anyway. Pretty typical, if you ask me.

...And... who is this Kathy?

Monday, April 11, 2011

The New Hero is a Zero?

Yeah, you heard me right, folks. He's a Grade A amateur in Duel Monsters, he can't duel to save his life, or the world for that matter because that's usually what these heroes wind up doing, he's the number one bad boy at his school, whatever that be interpreted as, and when he first meets this Astral spirit, he refuses to listen to his request for help. He's Yuma Tsukumo, and he's made his official debut in the newest Yu-Gi-Oh! series, Yu-Gi-Oh! ZEXAL, which aired its first episode in Japan today. But unlike Yugi, Jaden, and Yusei, this guy is just more of an immature kid than any of them. And even though it's assumed that a new series was aiming for something totally different, it shouldn't have to be like this! I mean, why does Yuma suck at dueling anyway? His first duel doesn't even resolve by the time the first episode ends for crying out loud! The first three series did that, so tradition is shattered once again. Come on, people, why make our new Duel Monsters so-called hero a stinking amateur who can't duel for jack crap? Dang, this new series is gonna suck...

Tuesday, April 5, 2011

2nd Dimension in the Next Generation

For a long time, it was mentioned that a Phineas and Ferb video game for the next-gen consoles, including Wii, PS3, and Xbox 360, was in the works. As it turns out, the game is based on the upcoming TV movie, Phineas and Ferb: Across the Second Dimension, so this ought to be something worth waiting for. As before, the current plot is Phineas, Ferb, and their pet platypus, Perry, traveling to an alternate Danville to battle the evil scientist, Dr. Doofenshmirtz. Now that Phineas and Ferb discover Perry's secret, the three of them are teaming up and as such, they will all be playable characters. Here's an article on the game.

May the legacy of Phineas and Ferb live on!

Sunday, April 3, 2011

How in the Heck...?

Well, the 2011 Kids' Choice Awards has come and gone with Spongebob once again the clear winner for the what...seventh year in a row? How in the heck is that show doing that? What has it got that is making it beat out Phineas and Ferb each and every time? Is it years of existence? In any case, fans are really being good sports about it, saying that the show doesn't need an award to prove it's truly the best show at heart. And that's what really matters, folks. Good luck next year!

Saturday, April 2, 2011

Happy Birthday, Phineas!

This wasn't an April Fool's joke - it wasn't meant to be a prank of any sort. Yesterday evening, a special Phineas and Ferb episode entitled "Phineas' Birthday Clip-O-Rama!" aired on Disney Channel. And as a clip show episode, many scenes from all the previous episodes were shown. Sadly, not even this episode gave Candace a break from busting her brothers. Although she had every intention of getting Phineas a gift, her busting urge took control of her and she once again dropped everything she was doing in an attempt to do that foolhardy thing that would only waste her time. Fortunately, Candace came to her senses after Phineas made an epic speech and destroyed her own evidence, realizing the animal she became. And yet, Phineas sees his sister as a great person and the best sister ever for the gift she inadvertently got him. Truly, her busting motives never bothered him if he says things like that. Also, as expected, 16-year-old Tabitha Comstock, who had her greatest wish fulfilled, provides the voice of her likeness in the episode, which is reduced to a cameo appearance and says only one line, but yeah. It's things that Phineas says that make fans wonder if Candace busting her brothers continues to be worthwhile, but in actuality, this is just one episode, so Candace is likely to carry on for the remainder of the series. Oh, well...