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Ooh! And then, ooh! I've got just the thing! (5/5) 23%  23%  [ 23 ]
Man! Who knew being king of the pile would be so exciting! (4/5) 22%  22%  [ 22 ]
Everything was piles upon piles... (3/5) 29%  29%  [ 30 ]
Sorry piles. I got my own styles. (2/5) 20%  20%  [ 20 ]
I don't believe this! I don't believe this! (1/5) 7%  7%  [ 7 ]
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 Post subject: Re: The Animated Adventures of Puppet Homestar
PostPosted: Wed Sep 16, 2009 4:18 pm 
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Man, I hate Douxregard and Marshie. What cruddy annoying characters. =p

On the whole I thought it was pretty funny. I like "Aaaaand a bacon."
Though I think I would have liked it a lot lot better if it had been an actual puppet performance and not just a weird animation of photographs....thing.


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You people don't know what you are talking about. Without randomness, H*R would be nothing! You hear me? SOMETHING! I MEAN NOTHING! NOTHING IS THE WORD THAT I MEANT! DISREGARD MY USE OF THE WORD "SOMETHING"!

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Ditto, but with a 3/5.

Well, I bet that if we asked the Brothers Chaps why they made this toon, they'd say something like, "Well, we talked it over with Craig and he liked it."

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I thought it was pretty good, but then again, how can ANYTHING featuring Shark-Tooth Bubs and Doreauxgard not be good? The style was entertainingly out of the ordinary, and the plot was just goofy enough to work. Although I'll admit that I did find the thing with the wriggling hand attacking Strong Bad to be very, very disturbing. Jibblie jibble jibblie...

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Really, really, weird. I enjoyed it, but I am SO not watching it again.

(10 minutes later, Waddle Dee watches The Animated Adventures of Puppet Homestar)

Shut it. 3/5


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I liked it, especially Shark Tooth Bubs, Marshie, Doreauxgard, and Strong Sad. Oh, and the hand part. 4/5.

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The more I watch it, the more I love it. I am upgrading my score from 3/5 to 4/5!


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I just watched it a few more times, and I love it now!

FAVORITE PARTS

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He goed and goed until he finally went.
Marshie and Deauxregard
Homestar's zombie-handed innards
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There aren't a lot of toons I don't like. So few I can count em on one hand. Unfortunately, this was one of them. I think it was primarily the dialogue & the hands that weren't doing it for me. I love the Homestar & Strong Bad puppets, but that Shark-Tooth Bubs... ::eye twitch::

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5/5, easily.

i absolutely loved the style they tried out with this one. some of you moaned about the nonsensical plot but i think you're missing the point on that one: this is strictly a homestar related cartoon. homestar is dumb. the pacing was fantastic and i was into it right up to the end.

the voices were great too, and i actually found strong sad really funny as the narrator, where he would usually just annoy me.
i would much rather see them making cartoons like this every week that explored different styles and formats.

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Sorry, Piles: I got my own styles.


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The Puppet stuff seems to be a polarizing factor for most people...you either like it or hate it, but regardless, everybody's got an opinion.
I've not been a fan of a lot of the H*R Puppet Stuff in the past, not because I don't dig puppets, but because I just didn't really like it that much.
But this, Aunt Gert, was comedic gold. Gold!
Shark-Tooth Bubs is awesome. Actually I just like anything voiced by Mike. Funnnnny stuff.

I like this toon for the same reason that I LOVE the Powered By The Cheat toons: intentional cheapness, bad grammar, non-sequiturs, pretty much everything I like about life in general.

In response to ???, *in H*R voice* I disagree, Question Man.

4/5 !

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2 Marshies out of 5.

Not good. Some lines were funny, but I didn't like the way the puppets were used.


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flicky1991 wrote:
You people don't know what you are talking about. Without randomness, H*R would be nothing!


well, I'd say this is an example of everything in moderation. Sure random stuff happens in other toons and can be very funny ("we're also a peeling POTATOES" is one of my favorite lines), but too much of a good thing is an awesome thing and too much of an awesome thing is really really dumb.

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Is it just me, or have the recent toons been getting mixed bag opinions from us?

Like many of you, my favorite line was, of course:
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STRONG SAD: He goed and goed until he finally went.
HOMESTAR RUNNER: Ew!


I've never really liked the Doreauxgard puppet. I prefer the one shown in the lackey easter egg (though it can't really be considered a puppet).

Rating? I don't know! I'll need to watch it a few more times before I come up with a verdict.


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 Post subject: Re: The Animated Adventures of Puppet Homestar
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Umm, did the original Homestar storybook just vomit puppets on my computer screen?

2/5


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The problem some people are having is that Homestar has been getting a lot more sophisticated recently. This was a harken back to the original storybook, but with a much more complex dialog and timing. The animated puppets gave the story a surreal edge. It wasn't animation, but it wasn't exactly live action either. There was a lot of work put into making this cartoon, and it shows.

I give it a 5/5


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The response seems to be pretty "meh", and I have to agree. Not very memorable, but I applaud the Brothers Chaps for trying something different. But sometimes experimentation doesn't work.


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3/5 alright, not that good

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You people have no idea what your talking about! Too random?! H*R Would be NOTHING without random,NOTHING

999/5...Er 5/5 :-D

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I give it a 4/5 because of the use of a pile and the statement "He goed and goed until he finally went".

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Cloverstardrop wrote:
You people have no idea what your talking about! Too random?! H*R Would be NOTHING without random,NOTHING

999/5...Er 5/5 :-D

Yeah, well, there's random, and then there's TOO random. This toon just overshot the randomness.


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Waddle Dee wrote:
Cloverstardrop wrote:
You people have no idea what your talking about! Too random?! H*R Would be NOTHING without random,NOTHING

999/5...Er 5/5 :-D

Yeah, well, there's random, and then there's TOO random. This toon just overshot the randomness.

Have you watched Crystal Fortress as of late? Compared to that this toon is completely sane! There is NO SUCH THING as too random!! Believe me,I know.

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I found this toon uninteresting, yet not terrible. I give it a 2/5. Much better than Crystal Fortress... but both were terrible.

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i give it a 2 shark tooth :bubs: was funny but the rest was not very good....

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Why the crap is this toon not in the puppet stuff section?


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It was a great toon! At least we see more of the Puppet Stuff here at the site.


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I didn't really like this one much.
It was a little to random for my tastes, a lot like Crystar Fortress.

It did have some funny moments though, the Strong Sad hand puppet was awesome and some lines were funny, but overall not one of my favourites. 2/5

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The hand under puppet homestar gives Gel-Arshie a run for his money.

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