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PostPosted: Tue Sep 13, 2005 6:38 pm 
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YAY! We got to hear Reinforcements' voice!
It's kind of boring but I like some places alot. I don't know why.

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I liked it. The references to real educational videos and mining diseases made it worth my while.

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The Cheat Commandos came back from the dead! I'm so happy! I cracked up at that, "You wanna smoke some candy?" part, and I loved when the Blue Lazor minion said, "Pour this down your pants. Er, down your headband." But I still wish we had gotten to see Foxface.

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Shopiom wrote:
But I still wish we had gotten to see Foxface.

Yes, that would have been awesome. Ah well. At least we got to see Reinforcements.
I hope that one day we will see Foxface. Same thing with Flashfight and that ninja guy. Probably some others too.
I really liked the "Ha ha ha! And you have extra cheese!" part.

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Okay, this is like what, 4th normal cartoon in a row that's not "Strong Bad Email"?

Oh well, I enjoyed it, although I liked the previous "Cheat Commando" better.


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I liked it. The references to real educational videos and mining diseases made it worth my while.

I liked the whole "this will keep the brats busy" type notes to the teachers on the film, and the "worksheet" easter egg. Reminds me of the filmstrips we used to watch in elementary school.

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This toon was great! My favorite Commandos toon! I loved the "We need you to pour these wine bottles down you're pants, er, headband." (And the "Should we shoot him?") part.

And I loved the entire 3rd step.
Because of:
1. Bear.
2. Smoking candy.
3. Random smoke bomb attack.
4. Firebert shooting at people.
5. The anti-oxigen-water-thing-whatever-missiles.
6. Reinforcement's voice. (Doesn't sound like him at all XD.)
7. Your mom waiting for you in the car.

I give this one a 9.1/10!


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Woah. Best Cheat Commandos EVER.

Hilarious, man.

One million billion/10

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Okay, this is like what, 4th normal cartoon in a row that's not "Strong Bad Email"?

Oh well, I enjoyed it, although I liked the previous "Cheat Commando" better.

I think it'd be hillarious to have another toon where StrongBad wouldn't reasonably be expected to show up, and have him walk out, cameo style, and be like "Umm, can I have my turn?" or "I haven't forgot about you people, have you forgotten me?" or something like that, only funnier.

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This one was very funny (would you like to smoke some candy?) but I noticed with, like the TGS, The Cheat Commandos got a bit edgier in this episode. Anyone else notice this?

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I loved this. Especially since it did a spot-on job of skewering both the hilarious 'after-school special' type programs (now taken on by Channel One among others) and the pathetic phrases used to describe them.

Did anyone else think Reinforcements sounded a bit like "Kevin" from that one Marzipan's Answering Machine?


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Bad Graphics Ghost wrote:
This one was very funny (would you like to smoke some candy?) but I noticed with, like the TGS, The Cheat Commandos got a bit edgier in this episode. Anyone else notice this?


This one got a little edgy, sure, but I didn't see TGS getting any edgier...

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I really liked this. I loved the 'big Book of Debiltating Gold Rush Era Didease''. Comedic gold.

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I must be the only person who thinks the site was actually much more edgy in 'the beginning'. I mean, look back to the old Tandy e-mails. We had Strong Bad proudly saying "Screw all y'all" to many Englishmen... the bird... the kids Strong Bad should've been having with Ali and her sister.


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Best update we've had in a while.

Made my week/10.

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"Pro-positive life tool numero two: Envision your Inappropriators as giant slices of pizza."
GOLD. :D

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Eh. That was OK. My favorite part is,
"I think my rymes are truley broke! Broke! Broke! Broke! Broke! Broke! Broke! Broke! !"

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I think i'm the only one who didn't like this that much, though the pizza eastr egg was pretty god. I mean, it was OK, but not great.


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I thought it was pretty good. But where exactly is the line between having this be a short rather than a toon?

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I guess they made it a short because they already had a Cheat Commandos toon.

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Simply put: Best Cheat Commando toon EVAR!

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Seaborg wrote:
I thought it was pretty good. But where exactly is the line between having this be a short rather than a toon?


Pretty funny that this short was longer than the last two Big Toons. Has anyone ever checked to determine if the lengths of the different toons/shorts were accurate?

Also, this short was awesome.


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Crystallina wrote:
I must be the only person who thinks the site was actually much more edgy in 'the beginning'. I mean, look back to the old Tandy e-mails. We had Strong Bad proudly saying "Screw all y'all" to many Englishmen... the bird... the kids Strong Bad should've been having with Ali and her sister.


No, I agree with you completely.

I didn't think it was THAT funny... but it was pretty good. My favorite parts probably when he mentioned getting a teen pregnant and the part where that one guy (i dont remember all their names) mentions that all their playsets and toys are the good part of the brain and smiles. lol.

The pizza stuff I didn't find funny... but the abso posalutely attitude about shooting him afterwards was hillarious. lol.


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I think I correctly predicted a new Cheat Commandos within the next few updates not too long ago, did I not? ;)

This was a pretty fun one. A little slow, but there were some gold moments, the best being Reynold in the fake beard and prospector's hat and "Littering, Loitering, Latering, Lootering". I give it a B+.


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I wasn't all that impressed, to tell you the truth. (It lacked the "'clever' episode title" cliché :() But it definately isn't one of theyre worst toons. I probably laughed hardest (because of unexpectancy) at the "Hoo-hoo-hwey-hwey!"

Good stuff.

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My favourite CC 'toon to date. Loved the bad rhyms and all the "Teen issues" video's that I can't seem to shake off my back. Stupid...friggin...year 8...

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This was awesomely awesome. I screamed my head off during the whole smoking candy scene. The bad rhymes were awesome too, in the easter egg. The other eggs were hilarious. I wish we saw more of Blue Laser, though.

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Pretty much everything about it. By the time I stopped laughing from one thing, I was laughing at another. :)


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This was a pretty hilarious 'toon. It's great to see teh Cheat Commandoes again, and it was a great parody of all the "Stay off drugs and violence" classroom films you see in middle school. My favorite parts were:

Gunhaver (listing things the good half of your brain likes): ... Oreo Cheesecake...
REYNOLD: But how do I keep from making peer-to-teen choice awards, Gunhaver?
BLUE LASER MINION: Hey, man. We need you to put these wine coolers down your pants... er, down your headband.
Gunhaver: Envision your Inappropriators as giant slices of pizza.
Gunhaver: So, do you think you're ready to make appropriate inappropriate whatever thingies now?

All in all, this short gets a Delaware out of all the states! (which is the same as 44/50, in case you're wondering)

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Um.. I never liked the Cheat Commandos. And are TBC startin' to get a little too edgy? I mean, teen pregnancy??


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