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Clappy

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Clappy last won the day on December 20 2020

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About Clappy

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    The One Who Annoys People With His Reviews
  • Birthday 03/26/1989

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  • Gender
    Male
  • Pronoun
    Jackie
  • Interests
    Being the life of the party.
  • Location
    Pawnee, Indiana
  • Favorite Episode
    You're the Worst
  • Favorite Character
    Li'l Sebastian

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  1. Clappy

    Clappy Was Here

    Honestly I’ve been so busy in quarantine doing yard work the last few days that I completely forgot to do work on my movie lists. But we shall see about that TV one. It’s not out of the realm of possibility. WHO ARE YOU PEOPLE!?
  2. Are you done with those Yahoos?
  3. Let me know when the game finally gets released and not this beta test version that’s been making headlines calling itself Cyberpunk 2077.
  4. Surprised to see not a single post about the game since it was released. I mean after all, it’s the most talked about game of 2020 (unless we are counting Cyberpunk 2077 for all the wrong reasons). Love the game, although the GameCube original and arguably New Leaf are both better at this point and time. Maybe after another year or two of updates, this will feel less like a console version of New Leaf and bring us more depth and excitement. Because after my island became five stars, I wanted more tasks to do than what was provided. But I will give New Horizons the same praise many people have given it this year. It helped keep me sane during the pandemic and provide a badly needed sense of escapism. Hell I’m still playing it now although not nearly as much as I did in the pandemic early days. It’s still giving me serotonin in a year where a lot of people need it. My squad btw (with my wife in a cameo):
  5. Clappy

    Clappy Was Here

    On the forums twice in one week? Now the world is ending. Same. Hanging in there is a mood right now.
  6. What a finale. I cheered. I cried. Hell I logged on to talk about it. It was a roller coaster ride of emotions that still has me shaken one day later. This is the way (yes that was intentional) to end a season leaving me wanting the next one right away. December 2021 can’t come fast enough.
  7. Clappy

    Clappy Was Here

    Just randomly visiting the forums after being gone for five months. What’s good Harmonica?
  8. I can't believe anybody would celebrate a holiday where a jolly prowler breaks into your house and leaves gifts.

  9. Things that have happened since I last logged on here:

    -A worldwide pandemic

    -Social unrest

    -Looting

    -Murder hornets

    -Looming threats of World War 3

    And the year coming to a close is only halfway there...halfway there...halfway there...

     

    1. Hayden

      Hayden

      Yeah the year's been pretty monotonous

    2. Wumbo

      Wumbo

      And you know what else? I think the pizza's getting cold.

    3. Clappy

      Clappy

      Hope that pizza is still good after five months.

  10. I hope that pun subverted your expectations. As the end of the year draws near, thought I’d go ahead and make the topic ten days early since I’ll be fairly busy over the next week. You all should know the drill by now as to what this yearly topic is about. But in case you don’t, this topic is a group project where you all write your best and worst of the year lists for any format of entertainment. Whether it be movies, music, television, video games, albums, commercials...anything you want. Hell its going to be a much busier list season than normal with the decade end one coinciding with the annual one. But juggling both will give me all the more to write about this year. And just like last year, I’m just sticking to movies and music. I was able to watch a little more television this year due to streaming becoming that much larger this year, but in all honesty, I just don’t want to go overboard with too many lists to write. Hell I still need to finish my Best 2010s Television List. Might make an abbreviated list with no descriptions for 2019, but we’ll see. Anyway, looking forward to seeing you all participating as always. See you all soon with lists, lists, and even more lists.
  11. As great as the CGI looks and for as much as I got a chuckle out of Patrick betting on what he thought was a L. I’m sorry guys. This movie does not look good. At all. Serious question. Is it possible for Nickelodeon to make a SpongeBob movie that’s not about him losing something? First, Neptune’s Crown. Then, the formula. Now, Gary. And I just felt a lot of rehashing going on all around from the previous two movies. Reusing the burger mobile from the first movie to SpongeBob and Patrick going on another road trip to the two of them experiencing a sugar high on cotton candy. Hell even the Keanu Reeves cameo doesn’t surprise me in all honesty. It felt like having David Hasselhoff playing an important role in the first movie all over again, except for the fact that Keanu Reeves is a thousand times more like likeable. Add onto the fact that they are ditching their own canon for how SpongeBob met Gary, just so they can inter promote that brand new spinoff in the works that nobody is looking forward to. I just disagree with a lot of the decisions that are being made in this movie. I’m probably still going to see it regardless thanks to being on AMC’s A-List, but in all honesty, I’m looking forward to that other animated movie coming out in May 2020 from one of my other favorite childhood cartoon properties (SCOOB!) at least ten times more than this.
  12. Season finale time on SBCinema. Thus ending the longest season of any spin-off in SBC history. Season 5 won't be nearly as long, promise. Anyway, on with the show! 80. Injustice League Film: Justice League Thousands of years ago, Todd Phillips and his legions of white supremacists…I mean Red Pillboys attempted to take over Earth with the combined energies of three Lunchables. They were foiled by a unified army that includes the OlympiStans, Stanazons, AtlanteStans, stankind, and anything else you can parody with -stans. After repelling Todd Phillips's army, the Lunchables were separated and hidden in locations on the planet. In the present, stankind is in mourning over Supergameman for however long it took for Clappy to finally wrap this storyline up, whose death triggers the Lunchables to reactivate and Todd Phillips's return to Earth. In an effort to regain favor with his master DarknessDG, Todd Phillips aims to gather the boxes to form "The Whitity", which will destroy Earth's ecology and terraform it in the image of Todd Phillips's ideal society. Todd Phillips retrieves the Pizza Lunchable from the island of Reputation, prompting Queen Taylor to warn her daughter Kylie of Todd Phillips's return. Kylie joins JCM in his attempt to unite other metamembers to their cause, with JCM going after Omair and Who, while Kylie tries to locate Cyborg from Teen Titans Go to play this version of Cyborg. JCM fails to persuade Omair, but manages to recruit an enthusiastic The Who onto the team. Although Kylie fails to convince Cyborg to join because it sounds lame, Cyborg agrees to help them locate the threat after Kylie gives him some waffles. Cyborg later joins the team after the rest of the Teen Titans Go cast are kidnapped by Todd Phillips seeking to acquire the Lunchables from mankind. Which means its time for Cyborg to get SERIOUS. Todd Phillips attacks a Lllama Farm outpost to retrieve the Nacho Lunchable, forcing Llamaman into action. The team receives intel from Commissioner G4ry Gordon to watch Up. One viewing later, there is a post-credits scene added on that leads them to Todd Phillips's army, based in an abandoned facility under SBC Harbor. Although the group manages to rescue the rest of the Teen Titans, the facility is flooded during combat, which traps the team until Omair helps delay the flood with his Nutella magic so they can escape. Cyborg retrieves the last Lunchable, which he had hidden, for the group to analyze. Cyborg reveals in a SERIOUS tone that his father used the Ham and Cheese Lunchable to rebuild Cyborg's body after an accident almost cost him his life. JCM decides to use the Lunchable to resurrect Supergameman, not only to help them fight off Todd Phillips's invasion, but also to restore hope to stankind. Kylie and Omair are hesitant about the idea, but JCM forms a secret contingency plan in case Supergameman returns as hostile. Bub Fehing's body is exhumed and placed in the amniotic fluid of The Ban Game chamber of the Gametonian scout ship alongside the Lunchable, which in turn activates and successfully resurrects Supergameman. However, Supergameman's memories have not returned, and he attacks the group with spam posts after Cyborg accidentally launches a projectile at him in a SERIOUS mistake. On the verge of being killed by Supergameman, Cameo Man enacts his contingency plan: Katie Kinks. Supergameman calms down and leaves with Katie to the games section of SBC, where he reflects and his memories slowly come back. In the turmoil, the last Lunchable is left unguarded and Todd Phillips retrieves it with ease. Without Supergameman to aid them, the five heroes travel to Discord where Todd Phillips aims to unite the Lunchables once again to remake Earth. The team fights their way through the Red Pillboys to reach Todd Phillips, although they are unable to distract him enough for Cyborg to SERIOUSLY separate the Lunchables. Supergameman arrives and assists The Who in evacuating the Discord, as well as Cyborg in SERIOUSLY separating the Lunchables. The team defeats Todd Phillips, who, overcome with fear, is attacked on Twitter by his own Red Pillboys before they all teleport away. After the battle, JCM and Kylie agree to set up a base of operations for the team, with room for more metamembers. As the team is now established, Kylie steps back into the public spotlight as Wonder Homie; The Who acquires a job with Netflix, until he argues with the higher ups about cancelling Marvel’s Netflixverse; Cyborg reunites with the rest of the Teen Titans as they go back to Titans Tower and watch cartoons; Omair embraces some good ole Nutella and continues protecting llamas and anything that’s CUTE LOL, JCM prepares for his next cameo, and Supergameman resumes his life as reporter Bub Fehing and as protector of games. In a mid-credits scene, The Who and Supergameman decide to have a binge race to see if Supergameman can reach 1000+ posts in the game section before WhoBob can finish the latest season of Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. In a post-credits scene, Sex Suthor has escaped from Forgotten Members Asylum and then recruits Spikey Wikey to form their own league…until the announcement is official that the DC Extended Universe is no longer interconnected and all superhero properties are focusing on their own films for now. Meaning no Legion of Boom. THE END OF THE SBCDCEU
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