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  1. And there we have it... we have reached the end... HERE WE GO!!!!! And there it is! Thank all of you for staying tuned. I really wasn't sure how this would turn out when I first started. But I think it came out pretty well. Despite the relatively low amount of submissions, I think we ended up picking 25 solid episodes that really put a spotlight on the show's various strengths. I hope you guys enjoyed the ride too, despite the unfortunate delay. Regardless of how much this show continues to get milked in the future, we will always have classic Simpsons with us.
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  2. One more, and it's all over! Stay tuned tomorrow.
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  3. you fucking serious with this shit dude lmfao
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  4. Beats are such an integral part of rap music. I believe viewing it as mainly a lyrical art form is taking a look at it from a wrong angle. Rap is probably my favorite genre of music, so I feel pretty strong about this subject. I don't know entirely to what you've listened to, but after seeing you list albums liks Madvilliany and Ready to Die, it shows to me that you do want to really understand and appreciate this music. If I may suggest albums, based on what you've said: To Pimp a Butterfly by Kendrick Lamar is probably the best example of beats and tonal expression in modern rap music. It is very, very heavily influenced and implements jazz into the entire album. Not to mention the lyrics are very important tell a story through the entire album. This is probably my mainly point of rap that I enjoy the most. A lot of landmark rap albums, to me, tell the best stories in music. Another good example of this is Aquamini by Outkast. I suppose, as you say, you enjoy tonal music over lyrical importance. So, I can understand when an album is more focused on just rapping, like Eminem or something like that. But, a lot of rap that I focus on is very very beat heavy. Now, I could sit here and suggest trap music. I know that, that is not for everyone. But if I had to suggest any trap music, Denzel Curry's TABOO is probably, objectively the best trap album ever. My personal favorite is Die Lit by Playboi Carti, if I may also suggest. I'd like to shift a bit of focus to my favorite rap album, and in turn my favorite studio album ever produced in general; which is Liquid Swords by GZA. Liquid Swords to me, is everything I personally love about rap music. It's the album, other than TPAB, that I suggest to people. Lyrically, it has everything that makes gangsta rap perfect. It's hard, it's aggressive, yet it's sad and has something to say. The beats are nearly unmatched, and the sampling means something greater than most in the genre. Now, focusing on MF DOOM, I can see where your taste lies in that. May I suggest records like Endtroducing... by DJ Shadow (not rap but important hip hop), It Takes A Nation of a Million to Hold Us Back by Public Enemy (important early hip hop that heavily influences modern rap music), Enter the Wu-tang (36 Chambers) by Wu-Tang Clan (which is an influence in major samples being used during albums, much like Madvilliany), The Cold Vein by Cannibal Ox (a contemporary piece of nerd rap that is closely related to Madvilliany), Flower Boy by Tyler, The Creator (more lyrically focused, but obviously influenced by Madvillainy), Some Rap Songs by Earl Sweatshirt (all lyrical and a lot less beats, but all together is linked to that album. Experimental). Experimental rap is also something I would suggest exploring like Exmilitary by Death Grips or Atrocity Exhibition by Danny Green. I could go on and on about rap music, but I hope you can at least give some of these albums a chance. I don't know if I could convince you or anything, I just like seeing people trying to branch out their musical taste. So it's cool that you made a thread like this to try and reach out.
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  5. Episode 2) Shark Gang Wars When Sharkey Two-Times and his Bloodtips rejected the once in a lifetime offer to become a featured attraction on the Graphic Nature Channel, how could the Bronzies possibly pass it up? If you haven’t already heard of The Bronze Whalers, then congratulations. That makes you and about most every other normal, everyday, working bodies. More commonly known as copper sharks, they’ve taken quite nicely to the moniker because it makes them feel more powerful than they actually are. When people hear the word “whaler” they think of something capable enough to take down an entire whale. In the shark world, such a feat would be considered legendary. It’s not something that even the greatest of great whites can accomplish. But the Bronze Whalers are opportunistic little scamps. They know full well just what human beings have been capable of throughout the years. They know exactly where to gather and at just the right time when a whale has just finished getting the shit harpooned out of it. They take credit for the Herculean feat, and they get fed very nicely in doing so. It’s a hustle that has provided greatly for them throughout multiple centuries. Though their methods of doing so , however, shouldn’t exactly win them any third place trophies. About tenth, at least. And at the top of the tenth rate food chain is “The Copper Head” himself, Rust. Don’t let the name fool you, he’s still far from showing any signs of rust. And as the self-appointed head of the table, it is his duty to provide for his shiver of sharks. Rusty likes to fashion himself a fundamentalist and he certainly perceives himself as being a cut above the Sharkey Two-Times way of running things, but in all honesty, they’re not all that different. Sharkey has his bloody fangs cinched in deep to Bikini Bottom. He and his bloodtips provide a sense of security that no policing body can hope to provide and they make a killing off it. Sharkey claims to be looking out for the little guys, but fail to pay him back in full, and you’ll find yourself at the bottom of his food chain. Rust, on the other hand, claims to look out for his fellow shark. A whole whale carcass can provide well beyond his shiver’s means, so he isn’t beyond sharing the spoils and spreading the wealth…for a nominal fee, of course. And expecting payment from a species that most of whom haven’t accepted or flat out don’t believe in the concept of “money” isn’t going to win you much support. But their support is the least of Rust’s concerns. The real bread and butter lies on the surface. For many years, human-shark relations have been strained. The Bronze Whalers are one of the very few who seem to have some form of symbiosis with their neighbors up top. As well as being one of those lesser known species that can easily disappear in a crowd, Rust has decided to use that to his advantage. Sending members of his shiver out into areas frequented by the likes of dusky, sandbar and even the versatile bull shark, Rust has coordinated and carried out many planned attacks on humans, with some fatal, and most of which the blame fell on to other species. With the reputation of his rivals taking the hit for his actions, the Bronze Whalers are free to push in on their territory as humans start to retaliate in kind. As previously stated, the copper sharks are an opportunistic and greedy lot. Which makes them the perfect subjects for the Graphic Nature Channel to further research on. But if they think, even for a second, that they can strong arm us for clout, then Mr. Darnell has enough evidence here that can really fuck up their day. Trivia Sharkey Two-Times is a featured character in the licensed PC video game, “SpongeBob Diner Dash 2”
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  6. Plot French Barbeau’s groundbreaking research on the underwater community of Bikini Bottom has turned the world of oceanography on its head. Many sea creatures are exhibiting intelligence on the same level as that of modern day humans, a feat they seem to have long accomplished years ago. Bikini Bottom has been officially recognized as the first of possibly many undersea sanctuaries, housing all those who wish to live safely away from the perilous wilds of the vast open ocean. Various defense measures have been observed being taken in order to enforce peace in this city, such as the establishment of its very own police force. However, not ALL of its denizens are so civilized. Television producer and weekend marine biologist, Nigel Darnell, dives headfirst into the dark side of these underwater “civilizations” in a major effort to get the whole story of this latest step in evolution told, and his findings show that feral, animalistic activity still takes place in spite of the progress that Bikini Bottom has made. Darnell seeks to answer whether undersea civility is truly a possibility, or if predation is ultimately an inevitability. Characters Nigel Darnell: A “contemporary” of French Barbeau’s. He is opportunistic and ambitious, and it’s plastered all over his work for the Graphic Nature Channel. Kana: One of Darnell’s “roster of stars”. She is an octopus dubbed by Darnell as the “Cephalo Serial Killer”. She appears to loathe her species’ existence and sees only futility in the idea of civility. She also looks down on a lot of her own kind for degenerating into a bunch of mindless, pompous interpretive dancers. The Yellow Goatfish: Kana’s crew of six, her “hunting party”, so to speak. They mysteriously flocked to her one day and they’ve been joined at her hip ever since. They don’t appear to be capable of speech like other modern fish, suggesting they may not be as evolved as others Rust: The latest ratings success in Darnell’s “roster of stars”. Darnell markets him as “The Copper Head”. He is a copper shark and the leader of the Bronze Whalers. Most shark species know better than to associate themselves with a sensational figure like Darnell, but Rust sees it as a prime business opportunity to put more of the spotlight on his own kind. Hitori: Darnell’s biggest meal ticket. He is a blue whale-fin whale hybrid who also happens to be one of the few 52-hertz whales in the world. This is less of an honor and more of a curse as this distinction deprives Hitori of the ability to communicate with any of his species. Amaqjuaq: One of Darnell’s longest-tenured stars. He is a Steller’s sea lion who was once part of the US Navy’s Marine Mammal Program. This special training makes him and his raft of fellow sea lions more than a formidable threat to the likes of sharks and even orcas, which makes him all the more essential to Darnell. Episode 1) Psycho Killer One fine evening, a male octopus is seen escorting his female companion back to her humble home, which is made out of two halves of a coconut. She comments on how “The Table for Two” was an even more thought provoking experience than the original “The Table” movie. There’s just something about two people coming together for dinner, having a friendly conversation as equals, that really captivates her. The film consisted mainly of improvised, natural dialogue and it carried the movie mighty fine throughout the entirety of its three hour runtime. The male octopus agrees with her assessment, stating that it’s funny how getting a little food in your system can bring a pair so close together. The male octopus leans in for a kiss goodnight, but the female pulls back and opens the front door behind her. She invites him instead, saying “why should the night end here”. The male accompanies her inside and closes the front door behind him. She leads him upstairs to the master bedroom. Upon opening the door, she’s greeted by the unwelcome sight of six yellow goatfish picking off the scraps of the house’s original owner. The female thinks fast by locking onto the male in a tight embrace kisses him passionately in order to take away his full attention while the goatfish scramble to hide the body in plain sight. The female sends a tentacle out to get a feel of the goatfishes’ progress and once they’re finally done, she pulls the male’s almost motionless body over to the bed. She had already pierced him with her razor sharp beak and inflicted him with her bodily toxins. The male lies helpless, paralyzed, as the female proceeds to have her way, strangling and slowly devouring him with each dislocation of his tentacles. The goatfish witness the act unfold, waiting to eventually get their turn. Some time passes before the female decides that she’s had enough. The goatfish quickly swarms over, but she punches one of them back, not pleased at how their cover was almost blown. Again. She wonders aloud, “just why do I keep you lot around? You’re more liabilities than anything!” But regardless, she allows them their share. Loyalty is a hard thing for Kana to come by, and while they may annoy the shit out of her, the goatfish make good company, if anything. Kana gets on a nearby shellphone and makes a courtesy call to her paymaster. She asks if Darnell was able to get all of that, to which Darnell replies that he did. In Darnell’s words, “it was yet another exemplary showcase of what the night octopus can do”. She inquired about the ratings, since she heard reports that they weren’t as strong as they once were. She lets Darnell know that if there’s anything he wants for her to change up, to just tell her and she’ll do it. Darnell assures her that as long as these current numbers maintain, she’ll be guaranteed a renewal. He tells her to keep doing what she’s doing, and he’ll be in touch. The line goes dead. Kana places the phone back on the nightstand, still unsure of what to make of that. If she has to watch another artsy fartsy art house shit show again, she’s gonna upchuck her last few meals. She hates what the world has become. Things seemed to make a lot more sense when it was still dog eat dog, survival of the fittest, that kinda shit. Having eight tentacles used to mean something so much more than just interpretive dancing and clarinet playing. Nine brains, and the most that octopi can wrap their nine minds around is whether or not their next loaf of bread should come in a can. Civilization expects octopuses to put their vast intelligence to work by working menial 9-5’s when they were once the only sea creature who could even use tools in the first place. She doesn’t need to “buy” her bread in a can, she can go out and make her own out of the internal entrails of her prey. Just the way nature had intended. And now she’s been branded as some “serial killer” just for going by her sheer instinct? What a load of barnacles nature can be sometimes. This feral phobia needs to stop, she thought. It’s not doing the ocean any good. Kana collects all her hunting buddies and leads them out of the house before setting the coconut ablaze. She slinks away into the darkness, flanked by her yellow colored crew. Sirens can already be heard in the far distance. Stressing over this subject always leaves her drained, both mentally and physically. The night is still young. The female octopus can still go for seconds. She pulls up the “Packeter” app on her phone for another match. Oh joy. Another starving artist type. Yet another up and coming pupil at the dance academy. Who’s up for some more homemade takoyaki? Trivia Kana is named after Kanaloa, a Hawaiian god who is represented by the octopus Kanaloa is often associated with fellow god, Kāne, commonly portrayed as being complementary powers to each other. Representing the divine duality of wild and taming forces, Kanaloa embodies the wild whereas Kāne embodies the taming Takoyaki is also known as “octopus balls”. The double entendre game is on point
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  7. Episode 4: Breaking Sponge One day, the cafeteria is seen being overcrowded by angry, hungry campers. They’re acting like the ravenous Krusty Krab customers eventually would, that foreshadowing! Plankton’s special c(h)um is on the menu for today, and it turns out that isn’t quite appealing to the campers, who would’ve thought? Krabs hears all the complaints and bursts in faster than a barefoot jack rabbit, sensing yet another lawsuit in the pit of his wallet (yep, we’re gonna milk this gag). He asks what the kids are bitching about, to which they say they hate Plankton’s food and want Mr. Lyle cooking instead. Plankton refuses to budge, but Krabs steps on him. Krabs says that Lyle took today off, which he wouldn’t allow if he was in charge, so he offers to cook some old fashioned navy food. Unfortunately, the kids don’t want that either, which makes Krabs aggravated. :grrr: He then says if these snowflakes can do better, then one of them should cook. SpongeBob decides to take the challenge, offering to cook. He’s always dreamed about being a fry cook and decides to use this as a first step into the career. Krabs shrugs and decides to give it a shot. He says Plankton will be working with SpongeBob or he’s fired. Who knows, maybe even Plankton will learn how to actually cook something that isn’t fucking disgusting from the kid (spoiler: he won’t). Plankton hides his annoyance and pretends to be excited, as the two get into the kitchen. Meanwhile, Giancarlo realizes one of the campers, Squidward Tennisballs-whoops, Tentacles, has an uncanny resemblance to the mysterious health inspector. He wonders if they are somehow related. Jonathan Banks says there’s plenty of octopi in the sea and it could be a coincidence. Still, Giancarlo suggests Banks delicately question him to see what he knows. Banks says he will do so, while Giancarlo begins researching through the history of Mein Kampf Koral to see if there’s anything he missed. He suspects something fishy is going on around here (drum snare), especially after Banks claims the intruder teleported away like some supernatural creature. Giancarlo knows there’s more to this mysterious health inspector than meets the eye. As Giancarlo shifts through old documents, he finds an old report of some people who tried to claim this land long ago, but got scared away by an alleged “magic Nazi squid.” Nobody took them seriously so the claim was dismissed. Giancarlo believes he’s found his smoking gun and continues to investigate. Back at the kitchen, SpongeBob is ready to cook. Plankton tries to mentor SpongeBob, but that goes about as well as you expect. First, Plankton commands SpongeBob to boil water, but ends up making it on fire. Plankton then suggests something easier, asking him to cut bread. SpongeBob tries to cut the bread, but the knife accidentally goes flying at Plankton, who barely avoids it. To which Plankton replies “too bad that didn’t kill me” (look look we’re referencing an episode you’d rather be watching!). SpongeBob then tries whisking, but gets whisked himself. He then tries to mold some dough, but Plankton gets hurt instead. Plankton has had it, telling SpongeBob to get the fuck out. SpongeBob begs him to give him another chance, for he wants to be the sea’s best fry cook, even pulling the sappy puppy eyes. Plankton, against his better judgment, says he’ll give him one last chance, but he has to actually make something to get his seal of approval. So, SpongeBob gets to work and within a few minutes, whips something up. Plankton asks what it is, and SpongeBob says it’s a special soufflé. Plankton tries it, and it’s…surprisingly good? Perhaps this kid really did have potential after all, but he tells him not to get too cocky. SpongeBob considers it a success and lets out a victory screech (moar references!!!). Plankton tells him to make another. Skodwarde is eavesdropping outside of the cafeteria, and hatches another genius idea that will get Giancarlo in hot water. Skodwarde uses his god powers to make a bunch of meth ingredients fall into SpongeBob’s current soufflé. When it comes out of the oven, it's crystal blue colored, which has Plankton curious and SpongeBob confused. Plankton tries it and reaches ecstasy. Plankton says to SpongeBob he's got a magic touch and that the two of them will make a great team, so here's a low budget visual to accompany that: SpongeBob wants to say he's not sure if it's supposed to look like that, but is happy his chef career is taking off so he decides not to say anything. Skodwarde uses his god powers to replace all of the normal soufflé ingredients with meth, which SpongeBob puts in for his next batch. Plankton passes out the crystal blue soufflé to the campers, who dig in at once, and reach ecstasy as well. Skodwarde gets a good laugh out of this and then begins to call somebody. Banks sees Squidward sitting on his chair, still reading Essential Elements for Band: Bb Bass Clarinet and approaches him. Squidward looks up, annoyed and asks what he wants. Banks says he’d like to ask him a few questions, assuming he’s not wasting his precious time. Squidward says he’ll try. Banks asks him if he has any relatives, to which Squidward says of course. He then asks if any of them are health inspectors, which Squidward denies. He then asks if any have been to this camp before. Squidward then starts to grow suspicious on why Banks is asking him this, but Squidward tells him no. Banks thanks him for his time and walks away. Squidward starts to wonder if Skodwarde's been dicking around with the camp again and needs to find him immediately. As the campers eat their soufflé, Sandy, being the only one there with a brain, realizes the color of it is similar to what Nobby and Narlene had. She tells the campers to stop eating that because it's bad for you, but they look at her like she's a stupid squirrel and ignore her warnings. Typical. Sandy peeks into the kitchen to see SpongeBob and Plankton making the crystal blue soufflé, assuming Plankton is tricking SpongeBob into making meth. Suddenly, a police car pulls up to the camp, and the God of Supremacy Orange Cop (!) gets out of it. Banks sees this and alerts Giancarlo, who both try to hide their worried looks. Giancarlo asks the officer what he can do for him. God of Supremacy Orange Cop says he received a notice that meth was spotted on this camp. Giancarlo assumes he's referring to the narwhals and tells them those were two intruders who were "dealt with." However, GOSOC says he was alerted of this today and needs to investigate pronto. Banks asks if he has a warrant, and the GOSOC pulls one out of his ass. The two can't argue with that, but aren't quite sure what to do now. Sandy then runs out of the cafeteria and tells the adults that Plankton snuck blue meth into their food. The GOSOC thanks the squirrel for her tip and barges into the kitchen, with SpongeBob and Plankton both putting their hands up. GOSOC gets the tiny handcuffs, arresting Plankton. Plankton is outraged, wanting to know the meaning of this. GOSOC explains he's been serving blue meth to children, confusing him. He points to the spiked soufflé, to which Plankton tries blaming SpongeBob, but SpongeBob says he was just using Plankton's ingredients. Plankton tries to protest this, ranting how he's been setup, wants a lawyer, and that he hates the police. GOSOC has heard enough and takes Plankton away. Krabs gives a hearty laugh, saying he always expected Sheldon to end up like this. Plankton vows he will destroy him! Giancarlo apologizes to GOSOC for this employee's actions and promise he does not reflect all of Mein Kampf Koral (the more he says that out loud the more you wonder why nobody suspects anything). GOSOC thanks Sandy for snitching, though Sandy looks at Giancarlo suspiciously, fearing she may have gotten the wrong guy. Plankton says he doesn’t need them and vows that when he gets out of prison, which probably won't take long, he'll open his own successful restaurant because he went to college. He says he won't miss this place but promises he’ll try to remember them all in therapy, as he's thrown into GOSOC's car. Plankton gives them the double bird and shouts "so long, assholes!" as it drives off into the distance. Sandy notes how curiously, nobody got sick from the blue meth this time. SpongeBob suspects maybe his magic touch prevented them from getting sick, and feels even more confident than before now about his cooking abilities. Giancarlo and Banks know Plankton was set up by their "friend", but they wanted to get rid of him for a while, and nobody liked his cooking, anyways, so they can't complain about this turnout. Still, they were cutting it pretty close there and know they need to act fast. Giancarlo tells Bank he's discovered who has been causing them trouble: an ancient god known as "Skodwarde". Squidward looks around for Skodwarde, demanding an explanation, but is unable to find him. Skodwarde, looking from afar, is annoyed his scheme has backfired, although is happy it's lit something a fire under Giancarlo's ass. He wanted to do this easily and quietly, but he now realizes he'll have to do something extreme to hurt Giancarlo's image. He has a devious look on his face, and no, it's not gay thoughts this time.
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  8. Hoping to make this a thing again, so here's a small peek at something I've been working on lately. A post apocalyptic SB story of sorts. ___________________________ It was another boring day in Coral Reef 768. Nothing ever happened in Reef 768 and that was the way most fish felt about it. Their lives were boring and mundane, but peaceful. One of these lives was that of SpringBob Squarehole. He’d been conceived long after the trashocalypse and only knew of it through old eels tales and his history texts at this point. It was not relevant to him beyond that it was way the Reefs existed — to keep him and the others safe from the pollution the trashocalypse had caused. SpringBob never had any desire to change his daily life or pursue a different future. That is until the day that Squid plopped in. It was that boring old day that everyone knew of. Morning chum had already passed and afternoon chum was still a half hour in the future. SpringBob and his fellow compatriots were studying in the classroom when the alarm began blaring. It was more of a shriek than anything. It was deafening. SpringBob couldn’t even hear headmaster Eugene command the students to leave quietly and peacefully. He was able to tag along nonetheless. They headed to the nearby shelter in place room where the blaring would finally begin to cease. An automated voice then came on over the speaker to say “All clear! Return to your assignments immediately!” Before anyone could leave however another voice, this one a real authentic one came through the speaker: “At this time, please come to the Reef center room as soon as possible. Thank you for your cooperation.” In the center of the room was the comptroller of the reef, a Mr. SJP — no one knew what the initials stood for and never dared to ask. He ruled the reef with an especially vicious grip, punishing minor infractions with extraneous sentences to the surface, the equivalent of death in this society. Lying on the floor next to SJP was a creature many of the inhabitants had read about but never seen before — a sea squid. The squidman wasn’t especially huge, but he wasn’t helped by the angle at which he clutched for assistance at. He let out light gasps as if he barely could withstand the environment he was in at the moment. SpringBob stood with the others staring at this squid, completely and utterly confused at what he was looking at. “Now I know you all are probably alarmed by the sight of this… creature,” Mr. SJP said in a rather monotone voice. “However, you know my policy here at reef 768 is the more the merrier!” Everyone stood in silence, still unsure exactly how to react. “We found this poor soul struggling by the side of some ruined city, something Bottom or another, choking on the dust bunnies in a ditch.” The Squid moved his head very tenuously, not in one direction or another however. “We chose to give him a better life here as opposed to more dead air back there. We expect everyone else in this Reef to accept our new friend as a value member of community and nothing less!” Everyone quickly nodded their head up and down. SJP then turned to him. “Son, what is your name?” In a weak rasp, he said “Chet” And that was how SpringBob came to meet that afoul Squid.
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  9. Episode 3: In Search of Camp Kidney One day, the campers are all bored, waiting for something interesting to happen. That’s right, this spin-off is so creatively bankrupt and soulless our characters are that bored, only three episodes in! Squidward is relaxing on a chair, reading Essential Elements for Band: Bb Bass Clarinet. Skodwarde kept demanding that Squidward read a strange book called Mein Kampf, but Squidward had no interest in that, for he only reads true literary talent. Sandy wonders what happened to Narlene and Nobby, to which Krabs assures her that Mr. Esposito sent them on their way and they won’t be a problem anymore. Giancarlo is standing outside of his cabin, looking around his surroundings sharply and carefully. He cannot afford another security breach in his operation. Giancarlo then receives a phone call and answers it. On the other end, a voice tells him “The Elites have heard about his recent problems” (confirming Giancarlo is a part of the group) and ask if he needs any further assistance in squashing them. Giancarlo assures he has everything under control and that the narwhals are taken care of, but will call back if any other issues crop up. The Elites are pleased by this, and end their call by saying “Hail Satan.” Skodwarde observes the bored camp with his binoculars. He needs to scout the place to figure out where Giancarlo is hiding his meth, and if he’s a part of a larger conspiracy, but can’t do that with these obnoxious kids everywhere. Skodwarde prefers to lay low and not reveal himself to the world. He then hatches a genius idea to distract them. Skodwarde knows of a secret camp nearby named Camp Kidney. Yes, the very same Camp Kidney from Cartoon Network show Camp Lazlo. It’s not a Skodwarde production without at least one shameless crossover, ar ar ar! We also know you’d probably rather be watching that than reading this, so we’re going to taunt you. He decides he’ll turn it into a legend to get the kids on a wild goose chase. How ironic, the legend making his own legend. Skodwarde looks at Patrick, who he views as the perfect pawn to spread the rumor. Patrick is throwing rocks a tree stump for some reason, when Skodwarde uses his god powers to make a note appear in his hand. Patrick tries to read the note, but can't make it out. This frustrated Skodwarde, who then dumbs it down to a language Patrick can decipher. Patrick gasps upon reading it, realizing there's a "secret, mysterious Camp Kidney nearby with treasure in it." Patrick tells his finding to the other campers, who aren't sure if they believe him or not. But Krabs says he's heard the legend too, shocking them all. He's tried to hunt for this supposed Camp Kidney for a while, but had no luck in doing so. This piques the interest of the other campers now, finally giving them something to do. So, SpongeBob, Patrick, Sandy, Squidward and Mr. Krabs decide to go on a hunt to see if this mysterious camp really exists, or if this is bullshit. A few other groups of campers also decide to go on a hunt, but nobody gives a shit about them. Now with the main cast out of the way and only a few irrelevant background campers remain, Skodwarde sees this as a perfect opportunity to take a little tour of the camp. He uses his god powers to disguise himself as a health inspector. As he walks on the holy grounds, Skodwarde feels his god powers getting quite a spike in power. He knew this place was special and belonged to him. He wouldn’t let these little shits and a drug lord take his land. Health Inspector Skod whistle and walks around, then comes across Giancarlo sweeping outside a cabin. Giancarlo politely asks what he can do for him, to which Skod says he's a health inspector and wants to examine the area, flashing his fake badge. Giancarlo is curious, saying he didn't know about a scheduled health inspector visit, but Skod says the letter must have been lost. Giancarlo is suspicious but decides to let him take a look around for now, as Skod does so. Giancarlo then contacts Jonathan Banks, asking him to follow that health inspector around and see what he's up to. Meanwhile, after some nautical nonsense involving whacky hijinks and slapstick, SpongeBob and friends finally discover Camp Kidney, as the Camp Lazlo theme plays in the background! (hopefully they won’t sue) Krabs nearly lets out a couple of tears, surprised to see it's actually real. They observe the Camp Lazlo animal cast in fascination, as if they’ve discovered one of the wonders of the world. But there’s also a talking squirrel in the group, so this shouldn’t be the strangest thing they’ve ever seen. The group approaches the camp, surprising the scouts. Scoutmaster Lumpus is annoyed at the trespassers on his camp and demands they leave. Krabs negotiates, saying they're from a nearby camp who wanted to check the place out, suggesting they could partner up. Lazlo trusts they're good people and convinces Lumpus to let them explore the camp. The groups hit it off at first, having a good old time and everything seems fine. But the more they explore the camp, the more sense something very sus about it. Something feels...off. Why exactly are Camp Lazlo characters underwater? SpongeBob and Patrick throw a frisbee with Lazlo and Raj, when it accidentally smashes into Lumpus's office. SpongeBob and Patrick decide to go get it, which worries Lazlo and Raj. SpongeBob and Patrick enter the cabin, and discover incriminating evidence that Lumpus is not who he claims to be! Sandy discovers some of her own evidence too that this camp is not what it seems. After being caught and confronted, Lumpus unzips his costume to reveal himself as... a shark!? Every other Camp Lazlo character unzips their costumes revealing themselves to be sharks as well. It is revealed that this camp is actually a money laundering front for The Sharks, a communist mafia gang that act as rivals to both Giancarlo and Skodwarde. Yes, the very same Sharks that OMJ teased in a few S9 episodes but didn't go quite the way he envisioned because Trophy had a different vision in mind for his episode, but I'm working my retcon magic to fuse both of their concepts together! Hey, we've had enough retcons so far, why not? (also is anyone honestly even keeping tabs on Skod lore by this point lol) The Sharks say they know too much and gotta get whacked, see. One of them grabs Squidward, ready to shoot him because we gotta get in obligatory Squid abuse somehow. Krabs won't let his kids be hurt and activates his inner Armor Ass Krabs, beating the living shit out of the sharks. Sandy unleashes some of her early karate moves cause we gotta get in feminist power. SpongeBob and Patrick activate their chaos nature, destroying the entire camp. Most of the sharks have been brutally beat up. The Sharks retreat, embarrassed they got beaten by children and a crab. They get the hell outta there and promise they'll be back someday (as seen in Skodwarde episode 198a!). The kids thank Krabs for his help and he tells them to never underestimate the power of a marine. Squidward says this was an awful experience and wants to finish reading his book. They head back, and yes, Squidward's feet do hurt him along the way. Sandy then begins wondering if that camp wasn't so clean, could their own camp have secrets too? Meanwhile, back Mein Kampf Koral, Skodwarde inspects as many cabins as he can for anything suspicious, but finds nothing. He breaks into Giancarlo's cabin, but finds nothing suspicious. Banks sees him in there and knows he's up to not good. Skodwarde then sets his sights on the cafeteria, heading inside. The head chef in there is a guy named Lyle, who is flipping away at the grill. Skodwarde tells Lyle to get outta there, saying he needs to examine this whole area for cleanliness. Lyle decides not to ask any questions and abides, leaving. Skodwarde looks around the kitchen, wondering if there's any secret entrances to the meth lab. But suddenly, Banks confronts him, pointing his gun. He tells him he knows he's not a real health inspector, and asks what he hell he's doing here. Skodwarde then uses his god powers to teleport away, as Banks misses his shots. Banks reports to Giancarlo about what happened, who looks concerned. Who was this fake health inspector? He worried the stupidity of the narwhals may have attracted an undercover DEA agent, or is this is an entirely unknown third party. He knows they have an actual threat on their hands now. Skodwarde then looks over the remains of The Sharks' former camp, pleased his plan to rid them worked out. He knew all along they were there and while he had hoped to wipe them all out entirely, they've still been driven away which is good enough. Now he plans to take down the other shady camp, pondering his next scheme to destroy Giancarlo.
    2 points
  10. 118. SBC Wars Episode VII: The Force Goes Woke Film: The Force Awakens Thirty years after the Internet Civil War, the First Order (aka discount Empire) has risen from the fallen SBC Empire and seeks to end the New Universe Republic. The Community (aka discount Rebels) backed by the Republic and led by General Cha, opposes the First Order. Cha searches for her brother, Fred Skywalker, who has gone missing. On the desert planet Instakku, aka discount Xatooine, Community pilot Slug Dameron receives a map to Fred's place from Sebby. Stormtroopers commanded by Kylo Renegade raid the village and capture Slug, while Ren kills Sebby. Slug's droid, Chuu, escapes with the map and encounters a scavenger named Katniss (Hunger Games in space?). Ren tortures Slug using the Force and learns of Chuu. Stormtrooper FN-4052, disillusioned by the First Order, frees Slug, and they escape in a stolen TIE fighter. Upon learning that FN-4052 has no other name, Slug gives him the name "FinnDinner". As they head to Instakku to retrieve Chuu, a First Order Star Destroyer shoots them, and they crash-land. FinnDinner survives and finds only Slug's jacket in the wreck, leading to the assumption of his death. FinnDinner encounters Katniss and Chuu, but the First Order tracks them and launches an airstrike. Katniss, FinnDinner, and Chuu steal the Millennium Hellcat and escape the planet. The Hellcat is discovered and boarded by Hawk Solo and G4ry. Gangs seeking to settle debts with Hawk attack, but the group escape in the Hellcat. At the First Order's Starkiller Discord, a planet converted into a superweapon, aka discount Death Discord. Supreme Leader Joker allows General Hayden to use the weapon for the first time on the New Universe Republic. Joker questions Ren's ability to deal with emotions surrounding his father, Hawk Solo, who Ren states means nothing to him. Aboard the Hellcat, Hawk determines that Chuu's map is incomplete. He then explains that Fred attempted to rebuild the Jedi Order, but exiled himself when an apprentice turned to the dark side, destroyed the temple, and slaughtered the other apprentices. The crew travels to the planet Metadana and meets with cantina owner SG, who offers help getting Chuu to the Community. (Note: JCM makes a cameo as one of the cantina patrons) The Force draws Katniss to a secluded vault, where she finds the lightsaber once belonging to Fred and his father, Kevin Skywalker. She experiences disturbing visions and denies the lightsaber at SG's offering. She then flees into the woods, confused and terrified. SG gives FinnDinner the lightsaber for safekeeping. Starkiller Discord, much like the original Death Discord, destroys the New Universe Republic and its fleet leaving just the Community left. The First Order attacks Metadana in search of Chuu. Hawk, G4ry, and FinnDinner are saved by Community X-wing fighters led by Slug, who survived the crash. Cha arrives at Metadana with MEE6 and reunites with Hawk. Meanwhile, Ren captures Katniss and takes her to Starkiller Discord, but she resists his mind-reading attempts. Joker orders Ren to bring Katniss to him. Discovering she can use the Force, Katniss escapes using a Jedi mind trick on a guard. At the Community base on Invision, Chuu finds Robot Jones, who had been inactive since Fred's disappearance. As Starkiller Discord prepares to fire once more, the Community devises a plan to destroy it by attacking its thermal oscillator. Using the Hellcat, Hawk, G4ry, and FinnDinner infiltrate the facility, find Katniss, and plant explosives. Hawk confronts Ren, calling him by his birth name, and implores him to abandon the dark side. Ren seems to consider this, but ultimately kills his father instead. Devastated, G4ry shoots Ren and sets off the explosives, allowing Slug to attack and destroy the base's thermal oscillator. The injured Ren pursues FinnDinner and Katniss into the woods. FinnDinner fights Ren with the lightsaber to protect Katniss before Ren knocks him unconscious. Katniss takes the lightsaber and channels the Force to defeat Ren in a duel; they are then separated by a fissure as the planet's surface begins to splinter. Joker orders Hayden to evacuate and bring Ren to him to complete his training. G4ry rescues Katniss and the unconscious FinnDinner, and they escape aboard the Hellcat. As the Community forces flee, Starkiller Discord implodes. Robot Jones awakens and reveals the rest of the map, which leads Katniss to the oceanic planet Spotify-To in the Hellcat. On Spotify-To Katniss finds Fred atop a cliff on a remote island. Without a word, she presents him with his father's lightsaber.
    2 points
  11. I am also open-minded about getting into other music genres, I do admit that I can find it hard sometimes to get myself invested into a hip hop/rap album and when I enjoy a certain song from an album that I listen to, I try to keep a mental note of that for when I'm building my playlists. While I'm certain someone above me has already said this, one method I have in mind is that I'd look into instrumental hip hop acts like Flying Lotus and DJ Shadow to get something more out of the genre. If you aim to put more effort into getting into rap and hip hop, some artists I recommend getting into if you haven't yet are Run the Jewels, Outkast, M.I.A., BROCKHAMPTON, Milo/R.A.P. Ferreira, Lupe Fiasco, and The Roots if you're looking for music that can be both fun and introspective while I recommend albums like Cosmogramma, To Pimp a Butterfly, My Beautiful Dark Twisted Fantasy (or The College Dropout if I'm going with something besides an easy choice), The Score, Things Fall Apart, Purple Moonlight Pages, ATLiens (or like Aya suggested, Aquemini), We Got it From Here...(besides beng a tribute to one of the deceased members of A Tribe Called Quest, it's diverse with sounds and guest artists as well), and basically any Run the Jewels album. There's also Gorillaz to consider, even though their music is genreless. Their debut album has quite a lot of hip hop influences, so I'd get into that too if you haven't. There's more that I could name, but of course, when it comes to getting into hip hop, I still consider myself a beginner.
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  12. As if the brony arc hasn't been enough of a hammer to my old image as a stereotypical tryhard "man", 2022 is shaping up to be the year that I care even less and start listening to Taylor Swift, Metric, and Babymetal. LET'S GOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO
    1 point
  13. this was far too easy (not a criticism, btw; I appreciate being cast as Emo Bootleg Darth Vader)
    1 point
  14. 5) Prelude to Badass: Duology The big rematch is finally upon us; Badass vs Flatass. 20 years and 5 spun-off episodes in the making. One embraces the violence, the other desperately tries to avoid it. Who will leave this clash of ideologies with their pride still intact? SpongeBob looks down at his fallen best friend, Patrick, who looks as if he just passed a kidney stone. His eyes start to well up but he immediately sucks the coming tears back up into his porouses. The emotion appears to leave his body as he turns to face his bully. If life really were like a bucket of wood shavings, then Flats just kicked that bucket over. Unless those wood shavings were in a pail. In that case, Flats just went and kicked that pail over. SpongeBob squares up, much to Flats’ amusement. Flats wonders aloud if SpongeBob will finally put some back into it. SpongeBob wonders the very same about Flats. Flats gets heated upon hearing that, sending him into a blinding rage. His fists connect with SpongeBob’s body, which is also his face, continuously. SpongeBob sends a kick flying at Flats’ face, but the flounder is able to catch hold of that skinny toothpick and uses SpongeBob’s momentum to send the sponge flying back-first into his own front door. SpongeBob slumps down against his door and before he can even see it coming, Flats’ throws a right hand powerful enough to break the door off its hinges, with SpongeBob eating the full force of the blow. The door crashes to the ground outside with SpongeBob laid out on top of it. SpongeBob then quickly kips up off of it, landing back on his feet as if nothing even happened. SpongeBob claims he put more back into his kick than Flats did with his punches, and he’s only an invertebrate! Flats flies into another rage and really lets SpongeBob have it. SpongeBob takes everything that Flats has got and doesn’t register any of it. This only sends Flats further off the deep end as he digs deeper and deeper inside himself to muster the strength necessary to leave lasting damage. SpongeBob knows full well that this will be another war of attrition, but not wanting to have to deal with Flats in his daily life for the next day or so like last time, he decides to skip right to the end. SpongeBob. Like a pied piper, SpongeBob resolves to literally lead Flats down violence road and right back to Boating School. SpongeBob walks right up to the school’s doorstep with Flats right behind him, furiously trying to end this thing before it gets there. SpongeBob walks to the front of the class, interrupting the substitute’s lesson about the order of vehicle operations, or PRNDL. The class suddenly comes to life, bearing witness to the third school fight in just one week. Flats starts to gas out, struggling to come to grips that he just can’t kick SpongeBob’s butt no matter how hard he tries. He breaks Puff’s desk in frustration as the class starts to laugh at the futility of his efforts. Steaming and sweating profusely, Flats threatens to kick the butts of the entire class. The class, consisting of teens, adults and elderly, all take a step back as Flats stomps his way toward them, winding up his fist to clock one unlucky classmate. SpongeBob attempts to put himself between the bully and the class, but Flats faceplants onto the floor from before he can intercept. SpongeBob’s plan to wear Flats out again has proven successful, but the class interprets this as all of them having just kicked Flats’ butt themselves. They pat each other on the back before the Hall Monitors are brought in, out of their jurisdiction, to restore order to the classroom. The class, riding off the high of having just “kicked” the bully’s butt, rebel against the Hall Monitors. Meanwhile, SpongeBob is taken aback by the violence he helped sow into his fellow classmates. He remembers what Sandy told him before about the Cooling Factor and slowly cools himself down in order to regain his composure in the face of all this chaos. The entire school is ultimately shut down for the remainder of the semester in order to give Mrs. Puff more time to recover, deal with all her legal proceedings and hopefully regain control of her student body. Word of the class’ feat spreads like wildfire through the community bulletin board. The entire class, SpongeBob still included, is seen as badasses in each of their own right. However, it soon dawns on all of them that there can only be one badass to rule them all. Sensing the trouble that’s brewing, SpongeBob decides that he must be the one to return order to his school. And in order to do that, he must undisputedly take the title of Boating School Badass as his own! Boating School Badass will return in May 2022 with its next major story arc, “Badclass”! Be there, or be SQUARE!! Truancy would be the cooler option though.
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  15. Episode 2: Crystal Squeeze One day, SpongeBob is stacking pinecones. Patrick bursts out from the pile and rudely interrupts him, crying that his candy is gone. Now…he’s gonna starve. They soon discover that other campers, including Sandy, had their candy stolen too. First innocent jellyfish getting gruesomely murdered, and now there’s a candy thief on the loose! A lot of weird shit is happening at this camp, many. Squidward suggests this must be Skodwarde’s doing yet again, to which the other campers groan in annoyance and then mock him. Sandy tells him to keep his nutty conspiracy theories to himself, as she wants to look at facts based on reality. SpongeBob, Patrick and Sandy then find a trail of candy wrappers (thankfully not left by Seb this time, obligatory ATTWL 3 callback!) which they suspect will lead them to the culprit. Skodwarde pulls Squidward aside again, telling him this isn't his doing for once, but Squidward doesn’t believe him. Squidward asks why he killed those poor jellyfish, to which Skod says he needed to lure the camp owner out, that and because he needed something to eat. Skod warns him to keep an eye on him for him, as he suspects he’s hiding something, but Squidward tells him to fuck off and keep his nutty conspiracy theories to himself. Skodwarde sighs, wishing his cousin, or anyone in general really, would listen to him. Later that night, Sandy gets an idea to set a trap for the candy thieves. SpongeBob acts as bait, wearing a candy costume. Suddenly, something bites his leg, freaking him out. The three shine their flashlights, revealing a little redneck stereotype narwhal known as Nobby. They shake the little shit off, who is then grabbed by his partner in crime, another redneck stereotype narwhals known as Narlene. Nobby realizes that's not actual candy (no shit). Sandy says they've caught them red handed, knowing they're the candy thieves. Narlene and Nobby confess, but reveal they meant no harm. They only wanted people's candy to help make a great new product for everyone. They reveal they discovered a secret candy called “Crystal Blue” and spiced it up by adding the stolen candy to it, showing it to the gang. It looks suspiciously a lot like blue meth, but with tons of sweets added on top of it. Sandy was warned by her parents about taking candy from strangers, so she politely declines. SpongeBob and Patrick are none the wiser though, so they gladly eat it. The two goobers are both sent to paradise, high off their rockers, as this plays in the background: Sandy suspiciously asks where they got this Crystal Blue from, to which Narlene says a good magician never reveals their secrets. Meanwhile, a secret underground laboratory beneath the camp is shown. Down there, tons of crystal blue meth, looking just like what Nobby and Narlene are providing, is being produced by workers. Giancarlo observes them carefully. It is revealed that the camp is a secret front for Giancarlo’s drug business, so Skodwarde was right for once. With the keen eye he has, Giancarlo notices the supply line is a little light and that they are missing product. He asks how this happened, and the workers look at each other nervously, hesitating to answer. One of them comes forward and reveals that two stupid narwhals managed to bury their way underground, finding the lab. They took several of the packages and escaped. Giancarlo is not happy that the lab has been compromised and that their product is out there, for he cannot let the kids discover it. He orders the workers to increase security precautions and ominously declares that he will "handle the thieves." Narlene and Nobby continue to sell their Crystal Blue candy to other campers, who happily dive in. Narlane reveals herself to be not that quite stupid, and reveals she's been working on an invention called "Crystal Squeeze" that makes the Crystal Blue candy for them. Sandy is admittedly impressed, as she sees the machine in action, systematically putting the candy onto the blue meth. The campers applaud, continue eating it up. However, Narlene and Nobby then realize they've run out of Crystal Blue to make, promising to get more. Unfortunately, soon the kids become sick from the meth candy fusion. Narlene admits she may have bit off more than she could chew, feeling nauseous. SpongeBob and Patrick admit they've had enough Crystal Blue for a lifetime. Squidward laughs at this, saying that's what they get for taking candy from strangers. Sensing yet another lawsuit in the pit of his wallet, Kounselor Krabs storms out of his office, looking at the sick campers. He asks who the hell the two narwhals are, seeing on his trusty list they're not registered campers. Narlene apologizes, saying she gave this candy out to everyone. Giancarlo appears out of the blue, handing out medicine to make the kids feel better. He tells them to get a good night's sleep to shake it off. He tells them he is not mad, but to be careful about trusting strangers, and ensures this will not happen again. The kids are inspired by this speech and already feel better. Giancarlo then gives that ominous glare to the two narwhal intruders, making them gulp. Giancarlo politely asks Narlene and Nobby to come with him, to which other campers suggest they’re probably in a lot of trouble. And you bet they are. Giancarlo takes them down to his office, then ominously locks the door behind. Narlene says they're sorry for this, saying they didn't mean to steal his blue candy, they were just curious. Giancarlo didn't want to resort to this, but has no choice as they've seen too much. He goes to his desk and pulls a box cutter knife out of it. He then grabs both narwhals and cuts off their horns with his knife, terrifying the two. He then begins gruesomely stabbing them to death with it, leaving quite a mess in the cabin. He orders one of his most trusted workers, Jonathan Banks (guest starring as himself) to clean up this mess. Sandy takes the narwhals' machine and decides to repurpose it into an acorn maker, helping inspire Sandy to make future contrived and insane inventions. Skodwarde, having watched these events through his binoculars, is curious about where the two dumbass narwhals got that blue meth from. He comes to the conclusion someone at this seemingly innocent camp is secretly making it, and sets his eyes on Giancarlo. Wait, no, not in that way…damnit!
    1 point
  16. Welcome to “OMJ’s MocvtWorld Showcase”! In which I will unveil a few new projects I’ve got cookin’ as well as address some of the other projects that I already have going on. Why “MocvtWorld” and just WTF is a “Mocvt”, you might be wondering? Well going forward, most of my spin-off projects will be posted in the tv.com format as a way of helping to keep the legacy of that site alive, and because I’ve gotten pretty lazier and a tad bit busier in my old(er) age. At this point in the game, I just wanna get the main idea for most of my shit out there if anything. Of course, I’ll still post long-form shits for any forum contests I may want to partake in or the occasional one-shots, but I can’t see myself doing anymore full-length series like a Community Deathmatch or anything of the like for the foreseeable future. Hope y’all understand. So without any further ado, let’s get on with the showcase! *snaps* Wait, I think that’s only for Directs. So let’s just forget that snap even happened. The last time I did one of these big ass updates, I failed miserably trying to upkeep it throughout the past year. Let’s hope for the opposite with this year’s newest slate! (tentatively titled) “Squidward Torture Porn”: In what will probably be one of my main focuses for the immediate future, join Squidward Tentacles as he’s unwittingly cast to star in the violent nature docuseries, “Fall Prey”, only on the Graphic Nature channel! Inspired by Rockstar Games’ “Manhunt” and Tripwire’s “Maneater, Squidward must tap into his latent animal instincts in order to combat all threats and ratings grabs put in his way. Will he survive the season, or will he ultimately Fall Prey? Watch new episodes next-day on Breakthrough+ starting in February 2022! “Ghost of Krustshima”: That’s right! The One-Shot Glory-winning one shot has finally been given the green light to be adapted in the tv.com format. With the Blandy Empire encroaching on businesses across all of Bikini Bottom, Mr. SquarePants is the Krusty Krab’s last hope for survival. Inspired by Sucker Punch’s “Ghost of Tsushima” and that one throwaway gag where SpongeBob commits seppuku, join SpongeBob as he seeks to tear down the Blandy establishment board by board! Will he honor the traditions that Mr. Krabs instilled in him, or will he carve out a new, destructive path to a brighter future for The Krusty Krab? Find out when The Ghost returns from the battlefield Late 2022! Wait…*best Nintendo presenter impression* Woah, is that a SHARK in the water?! “Sea Dogs”: First announced back in July 2020 under the working title “Megalo Don”, OMJ’s brand of sharks looks to finally make its splash in 2022! Expanding upon SpongeBob’s underwater world, “Sea Dogs” follows finless spurdog, Cur, as she strives to fulfill the purpose that is expected of her species. Though, this fulfillment is not without many complications. Under the wing of a troubled bull shark and based in a city under constant siege, can she surpass her limitations and prove herself necessary to the ecosystem? “Sea Dogs” will breach the surface come Shark Week 2022! Well, that’s everything brand new that’s currently on tap. Up next, here are some updates for current ongoing projects! “Boating School Badass”: After an extended break, SpongeBob is back on track to becoming Mrs. Puff’s #1 Badass! In (much belated) celebration of “BadBob CoolPants’” 10 year anniversary, bear witness as SpongeBob finally embraces both the gift and curse that comes with being a total badass when the “Prelude to Badass” saga concludes later this week! Production of (tentatively titled) “Squidward Torture Porn” will interfere a bit with the making of Badass’ next major story arc, “Badclass”, but you can expect to see that drop in May 2022, just in time for Summer Vacation! *best Nintendo presenter impression* Fuckin’ cherry. “Wumpa Defender! Crash Bandicoot!!”: I’m currently in the process of redoing the story and working out many of its kinks. The characters and the main basic plot line will stay intact, I’m just “repaving” the road that gets us from beginning to end since I was dissatisfied with how quite a few episodes turned out. I tried basing each episode off of each level from the first game one by one, but I realized that doing things that way kind of put a limiter on what I could do and it just disrupted the flow I was going for. I just have to re-tool the format a bit. It’ll return, although I can’t say when exactly. I don’t want to put too much on my plate, otherwise I’ll be more likely to burn myself out, lose the spark yet again and end up having another unproductive year. This is a project that is still very near and dear to me, so rest assured that it will return. I’m aware that it was nominated for a couple GCAs this last round, and I very much appreciate that support! “Super Mario Bros Z: Kong”: After much deliberation, I’ve decided to, unfortunately, pull the plug on this for now. I’m trying to clear up my plate to make way for those newer projects and SMBZ: K is the one I’m most willing to part with. There’s always a chance of it returning, tho I’d say its chances are way slimmer than Wumpa Defender and the next project I’m about to bring up. I can’t recommend the original Super Mario Bros. Z enough, and last I heard, the reboot is still a thing. Go support Alvin-Earthworm’s efforts if you were a fan of my own! “Cherish”: I very much want to see this one through to the end. It’s a short enough miniseries that I wouldn’t mind resuming the long-form style for it. I have my fingers crossed for an October 2022 return for Cherish. But don’t quote me on it. “OMJ’s Die-In Theater”: I don’t see this returning this year, especially with Cherish in the cards for October. I honestly don’t know if I even want to re-open the Die-In. It’s fun to do, but writing and formatting it all on my phone seems kinda humbug nowadays. For now, unfortunately, I’d consider the Die-In to be closed. I was pleasantly surprised to see that it got an award last month as well. I’m very grateful for the support it got! I hope the theater served its purpose well. But with that being said, I guess can announce here that I’m officially on board for the Riffing Theater’s upcoming return! So I still got some riffing’ left in the tank. “Skodwarde”: I absolutely refuse to call it “Skodwarde Expanded Universe” because there is nothing to even expand on. The final installment of Skod on the Run will be posted hopefully by month’s end. And that will be it for the squid nazi. I’d like to thank jjs for helping me bring this one last movie parody to life! Without his input and motivation, I would’ve just left Skodwarde to rot in Davy Jones’ Locker with that crap original ending. He’s put up with all my crazy ideas for this one and he really helped carry the load for me these last couple months while I checked myself out of writing duties for personal reasons. I can’t say appreciate him blatantly going behind my back to produce “spin-offs” for this spin-off, but he’s earned my thanks and gratitude for all the work he’s put in for SOTR. Now please, just kindly stop with the Mein Kampf Koral bullshit. Nobody needs “Skodwarde Kids”. Just look how well that shit turned out for Yogi Bear. And that’s it’s for this very first MocvtWorld Showcase! There may be more later on down the road, but I’m digging this current roadmap right now so I just might not fuck with it. Here’s to getting some shit done in 2022! Otherwise, I’ll never post in this thread again. Probably.
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  17. Really sucks to hear that the WWE’s monthly culling continued over in NXT today, William Regal’s release probably being the most jaw dropping for me. And from the sound of things, a lot of the others were also Triple H guys. Black & Gold NXT may have lost to AEW and it didn’t necessarily “move the needle” the way some would hope an actually good wrestling product would, but it has consistently been the best thing that WWE had going for the last, what, 8-9 years now. Hell, I still remember that time when NXT gave us the best episode of Smackdown in recent memory because Vince left his wrestlers high and dry in a foreign country. It all ultimately comes down to business and I get that, but Triple H and his team gave us something real special with their NXT and their passion showed all throughout the years. That passion and focus is something that Vince’s WWE sorely lacks.
    1 point
  18. After a chilly month with multiple ties, Snowcember Ball reaches its end. The team competition could've gone either way with multiple ties that created much suspense, but in the end, the Chum Buddies clutched the win with 16 points! The Krusty Krew come in 2nd with 13 and the Solos in 3rd with 6. This marks the Buddies' second Snowcember Ball win and 5th win overall. The Buddies all receive 1,000 doubloons and 50 experience points as their prizes. Better luck in the green month, Krew. MVP Statistics: Chum Buddies: 1: @Santa's Little Helper with 6 wins! 2: @Holly Jolly Molly with 5 wins! Krusty Krew: 1: @Fa with 8 wins! 2: @Merry Dmas with 5 wins! Solos: 1: @WinterArcaninewith 2 wins! Event Win Statistics: Cards Against Humanity: Solos (2/3 wins) SpongeBob Pictionary: Tie (1 win per team) Among Us: Tie (1 win per team) Jackbox: Krusty Krew (2/3 wins) Christmas Trivia: Chum Buddies (5/10 wins) Snowman Hunt: Chum Buddies (3 hunters) Advent Calendar: Chum Buddies (3 completers) See you in March for the first team event of 2022.
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  20. lol Sbc on twitter, idk maybe.
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