|Seven Arts/H8 Red - 2018-05-28 |
"Here's a letter from Billy in Detroit, Michigan. He asks, 'why are you so obsessed with anthropomorphizing inanimate objects, then making those objects evil? You use that plot, like, every fourth episode!'"
|badideasinaction - 2018-05-29 |
This show was always extra weird because one of the main characters was voiced by Mark Dailey, who was a Toronto newscaster and had a very recognizable voice. It was weird having the voice of a TV station on this show.
You act like Toronto and Milwackee are the centers of the universe. They're not.
ugh. sports people.
|cognitivedissonance - 2018-05-29 |
If you were on Spumco’s snail mail mailing list, you got a torturous physical newsletter every quarter about the development of this for over a decade. Endless, rapturous details of Jimmy the Idiot Boy’s creation and backstory, and bottomless Spumco self-pity.
|chumbucket - 2018-05-29 |
As a kid, if I told my parents i can't wait to see the Ripping Friends "rip evil a new one" I'd have one less show I'd be allowed to watch.
|Old_Zircon - 2018-05-29 |
I forget which clip on here has John K talking about Ripping Friends and why it will appeal to kids but it's pretty painful. It's a miracle John K had such success with season 1 of Rem and Stumpy because everything he has touched since suggests that he has no idea how other people actually experience the world.
Autocorrect really nailed it on that one.
I would watch Rem and Stumpy
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