First of all, I've never even seen that movie. I just thought it would make a good title.
If you've checked out my new signature, you've noticed that I mention that said episode is celebrating its 5th and 11th year anniversary. The question is, why is the show doing this? Who's responsible? Are numerous people keeping track and making sure this episode gets celebrated on the big anniversaries? Let's go over the other two episodes and see if there are any connections.
i guess i'll just say i'm bored and like pokemon!
I lived in America until I was 7, and I haven't been back since. My parents are too afraid of a repeat of 9/11 as that was what made my mum and dad decide to leave.
I just feel like America is my home, and I feel cut off, I jsut want to go back, maybe not to New York, but maybe somewhere like Florida, but my parents won't even take us on holiday there.
So late last night, I posted a blog entry about how my brother was refusing to go to sleep so he could wake up in time for exams. Well, fortunately, he went to sleep on his own around a half-hour/hour after I posted it, and wisened up after he woke up. Good for him!
WWE recently announced that Donald Trump had "bought" RAW. Lots of news sources (credible ones!) bought into it, though USA Network helping support it didn't help. WWE's stock dropped 6.8% the day after the "sale"
Recently I have found myself in a rather spirited debate over the merits, and possibility of a remake of Generation III.
Now, I myself find the possibility of remakes to be exceedingly high taking into account a precedent that is now two generations strong, the fact that Ruby and Sapphire are approaching their 10th year, and will reach it before a little before, or a little into Generation V (depending on when it begins) and, the very real likelihood that Generation V may be incompatible