Editor’s note: By now, you’ve probably heard about the terrible (because it’s all too common) incident that happened recently at the Hollywood Laugh Factory between comedian Daniel Tosh and a female audience member who was vocal about her displeasure…
For a split second there, before I scrolled, I was thinking it was going to be an ad for another gritty reboot of The Wizard of Oz… I’m kind of ashamed of myself for not being quicker on the Whovian uptake. I do not deserve my Rassilon tattoo.
I am too much of a grammar nerd to not point out the misuse of ‘their’ in the GIF immediately prior to the penultimate. The irony of misusing simple grammar while quoting someone who cares so much about clear communication amuses me deeply. Tsk, tsk, I wonder what John would say.
It’s always funny when a cartoon show reaches an unexpected demographic outside of its marketed viewership.
Though when a show has something special, anyone can appreciate scream and cry over it it really
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In most of these cases, I’ve found evidence that it’s funny AND productive, because the fan creations frequently surpass the show, and anything that gets musicians and writers and artists of all kinds together and working together is awesome. I especially love the way MLP listens to its audience and incorporates good fan ideas into the canon. That whole bit with Time Turner/Doctor Whooves was seriously legit.