Billy, this is God's punishment for you stealing all the other kids' money out of their jacket pockets during recess. Hope that .50 will buy you a new mom.
Nothing at all? But....but...... :(
I saw the Parent Trap though... I don't understand.
Were Hayley Mills AND Hayley Mills both lying to me?
"The police can't help with this problem."
That's for damn sure, Mr. Alan. Mr. Thicke. Mr. Sad or Mad.
i blame him for kirk cameron being a dipshit.
Those kids sure seem happy about how confused they are. Their hair glitter must keep them cheerful.
Oh, and Billy, you know why your parents are breaking up? YOUR EARS. That's why.
PARENTING TIP: The popped balloon can also act as a metaphor for death.
Some kids of broken homes put glitter in their hair. Others set fires. Everyone is different.
some of us become strippers and others of us have sex with amusement parts rides.
You know, there is a lot of painfully bad stuff in this, but the quote in the desc. is valid. Kids whose parents are going through a divorce often feel like it's their fault, so telling them that they can't fix it *coupled* with the idea that they aren't to blame is sound advice. Just sayin'!
My parents just filed for divorce, and this helped a lot. THANK YOU ALAN THICKE AND SNARF.
Distressingly weird and crappy. And what the fuck IS that orko thing anyway?
Reminds me of the time my parents sat me down and made me watch some special about child molestation. Even at age 4, I *knew* it was weird for Fred Flintstone to be telling me at length about how strangers might want to touch my private no-no parts.
Orko was He-Man's lame "relatable" character. It was the conventional wisdom in the 80s that every show had to have one of these.
Rodents of Unusual Size
I was always disappointed that we never got to see where the hell Orko came from, a land of disembodied, floating ghoul-clowns with strained voices.
Dude, they totally DID have an episode where they went to Orko's homeland. Everyone looked more or less like him, except for his girlfriend, who I think had a blonde ponytail out the back of her hat and possibly bright red lips. Also, maybe Orko's dad, who was Orko with a beard.
I remember it because Orko and Girl Orko made out at the end and even at age 7 I was creeped out by it.
I think Orko Land was a She-Ra episode.
There's also a freeze frame moment in She-Ra where they fuck up the animation on one of Madame Raz's pratfalls and her hat comes all the way up off her head. The weird part is that her face looks nothing like what the outline under the hat suggests.
This is as seriously as Alan Thicke ever has been or will be taken by anybody.
No words, they should have sent a poet.
Roses are red.
Violets are blue.
Your parents are divorced
Because they hate you.
We got feelings
And you know it's true
We got feelings
And we're so confused
|Rodents of Unusual Size |
No Aaron, the police can't help...look just shut up, Aaron. Go read comic books.
I'm fiving your comment, Rodents, it made me laugh out loud.
And what's with the stuffed animal's tail looking like a flaccid, uncircumcised member @ 1:32?
I do genuinely like this bit of Alan's advice:
It's okay to feel mad, It's okay to say you're mad or sad. And it's alright to not feel bad about feeling mad or sad.
I wonder if they get to the part where the explain how easy it will be to exploit the guilt of the non-custodial parent for toys and the exhaustion of the custodial parent to get your way with most everything
Hey, kid. You're like, 10 times more likely to go to prison now.
at the beginning, is orko masterbating to our sorrow?
I think he's masturbating to his own sorrow...
One time I saw him and he was just flipping through a copy of JUGGS and softly weeping.
Who knew Orko came from a broken home? I always thought his parents committed suicide for bringing such an annoying freak into the world.
Was... was Orko jerking off in that first clip??
|Caminante Nocturno |
Surely the power of Grayskull can bring my parents back together.
not even the power of Grayskull. Fabulous secrets were revealed to me the day I held aloft my sword, and it STILL didn't bring my parents back together.
So, Hervé Villechaize gives advice on teen suicide, and Orko from He-Man talks about divorce. Who will they use to keep kids off drugs? Snarf from Thunder Cats?
Oh, they used MUCH more than that!:
I'm sorry, but I still can't even begin to think of how they came up with this pairing for the video. Was Alan Thicke on some popular TV show at the time or something? Was the voice actor for Orko really the best they could do as far as animated characters from popular TV shows went?
I look at this, and it's like they drew names from a hat.
Kids, your parents are like a balloon that exploded.
When my parents were going through their divorce, my school counselor sat me down and forced me to watch this.
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