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How good was it? Out of 5?
5 39%  39%  [ 33 ]
4 36%  36%  [ 31 ]
3 16%  16%  [ 14 ]
2 6%  6%  [ 5 ]
1 2%  2%  [ 2 ]
Total votes : 85
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 Post subject: Re: Twenty THANXty Six
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Hahahaha! The Strong Bads of both the past and the future got eaten this year! Hahahaha! Coincidentally, we just finished watching a DragonBall Z movie in homeroom today.


Homeroom? That's one of those american terms I keep hearing on TV and never know what it means. What does it meeeeean? :eekdance:

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 Post subject: Re: Twenty THANXty Six
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I would go for a 4, or maybe a 4.5/5. I liked its randomness QUITE a bit.

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Bad Bad Guy wrote:
Hahahaha! The Strong Bads of both the past and the future got eaten this year! Hahahaha! Coincidentally, we just finished watching a DragonBall Z movie in homeroom today.


Homeroom? That's one of those american terms I keep hearing on TV and never know what it means. What does it meeeeean? :eekdance:

That's what Wikipedia is for. :mrgreen:

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Don't put so many icons. See Rule 3. But yes. 1-up was so adorable in this toon.

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Oh god, that just about brought out all the most horrendous things about dubbed anime. ILU, TBC.
(I hope they can throw in some 20X6 Marzipan next time though, she's got so much potential as a horrible Mary-Sue character it'd be a shame for them to miss it.)

Should I make a comprehensive list of anime culture references caught in the toon, or not? Hmm...

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Should I make a comprehensive list of anime culture references caught in the toon, or not? Hmm...
I think the wiki already did that.

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Pretty decent toon right there. Stinkoman as a businessman was kinda funny. It really seemed like it was shorter than it really was, though.

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It was great! "I'm thankful for Pan Pan's epiglatis!" It was awesome!

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FINALLY! A 20x6 toon! I really actually hope (though doubt they will), that the Crystal Shards toon gets made haha. If not now, maybe in a few months?

... I loved the Buy sell thing and all that and all that hahahah.


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"What were they smoking when they made this?" would have been my initial responce, had this been the very first Stinkoman cartoon ever, followed be "Worst anime I've ever seen."

I like 1-Up's shoes, but his face gives me the gibblies, but Stinkoman's kinda cool & addorably braindead, & yet it continuest to remind me of 4 old animes I don't care for.

Ohmygawd, 1-Up is going to look even creepier in 3D....

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Chituze wrote:
Oh god, that just about brought out all the most horrendous things about dubbed anime. ILU, TBC.
(I hope they can throw in some 20X6 Marzipan next time though, she's got so much potential as a horrible Mary-Sue character it'd be a shame for them to miss it.)

Should I make a comprehensive list of anime culture references caught in the toon, or not? Hmm...


Not so much the horrs of old dubbs but the horror of all this Amerime crap.

Lemme guess, Pokemon, Sailor Moon, Speed Racer, & Dragonball. I've also recall someone mentioning an Akira reference & I never did like that anime.

This is the only Homestar episode I've seen that I didn't like. The digging for pudding one was better.

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I gave it a 2. I am not much a fan of Anime anyways.


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It gets better every time I watch. 5/5


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haha, this one's hilarious. the "buy/sell" thing had to be my favorite. 5/5.

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I liked it, I was glad to get some more 20X6 action after having none in a while. :stinko:

It could've been better, but it was still sastisfying and funny.

I don't use a dumb rating system like everyone else/10.

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That was probably the most brilliant thing I've seen on the site in a long time.

I kept cracking up at "BUY SELL BUY SELL" at dinner and my family kept giving me weird looks because of it. Brilliant!

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I really like how in this toon, along with all the other 20x6 toons, that it looks like the mediocre anime dubs...


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Kristanni X wrote:
Chituze wrote:
Should I make a comprehensive list of anime culture references caught in the toon, or not? Hmm...
I think the wiki already did that.


Yeah, I got a couple of the Dragonball Z references on the wiki there.
*cough*I'm a fan*cough*
Even my username is Kamehameha!

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Although, in all seriousness, I LOVED THIS TOON!
The tractor thing killed me laughing!
AND I DONT EVEN KNOW WHY!
LAUGHED TO DEATH'd!

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Homsar Runner wrote:
Kristanni X wrote:
Chituze wrote:
Should I make a comprehensive list of anime culture references caught in the toon, or not? Hmm...
I think the wiki already did that.


Yeah, I got a couple of the Dragonball Z references on the wiki there
And some Akira references.

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For my nonexistent list, I was thinking more along the lines of 'sterotypical anime facial expressions' and 'horrid lip-synching,' but I see where you guys are coming from.

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 Post subject: Re: Twenty THANXty Six
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Chituze wrote:
For my nonexistent list, I was thinking more along the lines of 'sterotypical anime facial expressions' and 'horrid lip-synching,' but I see where you guys are coming from.

I didnae think of that.
You should put those on the wiki (if you haven't already)

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I enjoyed it, though I'm pretty sure the Japanese don't celebrate Thansgiving.

Still, it's good to see the Brothers Chaps haven't forgotten 20X6.


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It was pretty okay...meh. Not as well as I thought. Made no sense what Stinkoman was trying to imagine what thanks is. Freakin' idiot. And the 1-UP blushing thing was weird...what the hell was up with the crystal shards?!

6/10

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It's based on Japanese anime, it's not supposed to make sense.


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It's based on Japanese anime, it's not supposed to make sense.


Oh, okay........then it was freakin' hilarious!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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Hey, for some reason, the toon barfed up on me. Its all glitchy, some animation is missing, and I can't even view it right, though the sound still works 100%. It looks like level 0 in Stinkoman. :/
Anyone besides me having this problem with flash?

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yeah...the bad dude at the end definetly was :coachz: in shadow...he's never been in a 20X6 toon, has he?

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