Tuesday, May 31, 2011

Resistance is Epic!

Brace yourselves, fans! It's Phineas and Ferb as you've never seen before as alliances kick into high gear to save two worlds from dual domination! And as the movie prepares to make its debut on television as well as a DVD release set for late August, we prepare for questions galore. Firstly, it is believed that Candace is still trying to bust her brothers despite many episode events that should have told her otherwise, but based on the deleted song "Mysterious Force", I guess it's really no surprise. Secondly, based on movie footage, it seems that only alternate versions of Phineas, Ferb, and Candace are seen as members of this resistance despite alternate versions of Buford and Baljeet being seen, so they're either a ruse or have been scrapped from the movie's final version. Thirdly, to answer a fan's question at the Comic Con 2010, Dan and Swampy mentioned waiting for the movie regarding Phineas and Isabella's relationship, but again, based on movie footage, it could have also been a ruse just to get fans off their backs regarding those kids. But...would Dan and Swampy really do that? Because based on the current movie footage, I'm afraid I'm not convinced. Sure, a lot can happen in 77 minutes, but...not enough really. Besides, I'm now assuming all that butt-kicking action is gonna take over everything else. Maybe we really have to wait and see. And hopefully, any commercials, previews, and stuff won't spoil anything like the last two specials. But will saving the world have to be kept a secret like in Monster Buster Club and Code Lyoko? Chances are, maybe the whole thing will get covered up before Linda sees what happens and Candace fails for the umpteenth time. 77 minutes of Phineas and Ferb all leading up to what could be an epic conclusion. Now all we need is a solid air date.

Sunday, May 22, 2011

The Old Man and the Freaks

"The end is coming! Can you feel it?!"

Okay you idiots, how many of you actually believed the old fart's biblical balderdash about the world ending yesterday? I didn't, that's for sure. Wake up! We're still here! That crazy galoot Harold Camping is obviously lying to his whole country and I may say, because he's presumably trying to psyche us out, he's kind of dangerous. That old bastard is said to be in hiding, but I still think someone should just put that stupid 89-year-old out of his misery so we don't have to put up with his malevolent mumbo-jumbo. If any of you believed that maniacal old fart, you're all fools. And if any of you blew your money trying to live life before this and are now broke, I don't pity you at all because you foolishly believed an old geezer's savage speech. Harold Camping, we all hate you! It'll be the end of your world before the whole planet dies.

Wednesday, May 18, 2011

One Day or Another

Apparently, there's a bit of a debate going on at the Phineas and Ferb Wiki expressing joys, doubts, and uncertainties about the currently slated air date of the first TV movie, Phineas and Ferb: Across the Second Dimension. While the production itself is currently finished according to a correspondence with one of the show's co-creators, Jeff "Swampy" Marsh, it has not been proven or determined on whether it airs on June 24th or early August. One source says it's early August while according to a tweet by Laura Dickinson, it's June 24th. At this point, all we can do is wait and see what happens when these days arrive. The movie is gonna air one day or another, so we must learn the art of patience once again, but if we keep on wishing, we may just end up wishing the year away, which seemed to happen for the past two years as well while waiting for oncoming greatness. Keep the faith alive, Phineas and Ferb fans! Either way, the movie's gonna be serendipitous!

Wednesday, May 11, 2011

Mom! Phineas and Ferb are going on a LIVE tour!!!

No joke. This... is really happening. As if the first television movie isn't exciting enough, starting this coming August, your favorite characters from the Tri-State Area are taking part in a live touring stage show, including Phineas and Ferb's summer antics and the battles between Perry the Platypus (a.k.a. "Agent P") and Dr. Doofenshmirtz. And it's going across over 80 hometowns all across the country, bringing a new breath of life to the number one animated series among Tweens ages 9-14 for the past three years. Gee, all this stuff to promote a top show that just can't surpass Spongebob in the Kids' Choice Awards each and every year... What on earth is that dim-witted yellow sponge doing that's attracting the audiences anyway? Not that it matters because while Spongebob's first theatrical movie included crossovers with real life action and animation, even he didn't get one of these. Then again, it would've been just insanity, bringing in the cast from Bikini Bottom live. Imagine the torture. Go, Phineas and Ferb! They're really gonna do it all from this coming August till next year's April!

A Word Called "Hope"

How many of you people still got that memorized, huh? The state of Maine had some recent election results in for the senate chair and as it turns out, it's a Democrat for a Democrat. Also, a budget has been passed to push even more money towards the schools of South Portland. Whoever wanted people to vote against that obviously thinks 2 million would slip down the drain and was totally against education. Well, need I remind any of you Republican lovers and no-goody-shoes out there. EDUCATION IS OUR NUMBER ONE!!! NUM-BER ONE!!!! GET THAT MEMORIZED!!!! If you wanna cut back on education just for the sake of trying to get the economy fixed, don't forget who got us here in the first place. That's right, the evil Republicans did, so stop your whining. Education may be costly, but if our children don't get their worth, the whole damn country pays the price for ignorance if you know what I mean. With the voting results in for Maine, there's still hope, so I'd start cheering if I were you. Get outta town, Republican lovers!

As long as I exist
There's hope for the world
Hope for the world

Tuesday, May 10, 2011

I Thought I Told You So

Recent polls show that ol' LePrat is doing a horrible job running the state of Maine, as we should have expected. I tried to warn all you foolhardy and gung-ho residents, but did you listen to me? No! You all insisted on going Republican with your ol' "Obama is not keeping his 'promise' so let's vote Republican" or "Osama bin Laden isn't really dead, Obama's faking everything". Don't you all get it by now? LePrat is practically Scar from Disney's The Lion King, an evil dictator who's just sitting in his throne absorbing and abusing his power, telling everyone who tries to give him advice off and saying "Go to hell" or "kiss my butt". And yet, you voted for this moron? You all make me sick! If this state crumbles, good riddance! I don't care anymore. I've lost my faith in all of you for not taking things seriously.

Yeah, I'm insulting our governor, but what are you gonna do about it? Glory to free speech!

Thursday, May 5, 2011

The Legendary Pokémon of Challenger's Cave

Ace Trainer Beverly in Pokémon Black and Pokémon White spoke of a legendary Pokémon dwelling in the Challenger's Cave who trains a student, like a master to an apprentice. So... anyone know anything about this? It's one of the most fascinating stories in the game.

Monday, May 2, 2011

Justice Truly Served?

Okay, so this Osama bin Laden guy was killed and Americans as well as the world over are celebrating his death. But why celebrate? Truly, there should only be a feeling of relief. It doesn't matter what this man committed, celebrating his death wasn't really the best thing to do. Yeah, I look to the moral side of this, but in a good way. Seriously, why celebrate? Can't we just feel relief instead? It doesn't matter that this evil man was an enemy of our country. We don't celebrate death, not even that of Osama bin Laden.