Hey, a Fandom user notified me that version "B" (not "A") of "Dangerous" by Mladen Franko was actually used in the Action League NOW! segment of "KaBlam!", and I was wondering if you are able to make a quick edit to your first post, unless you are not able to do that anymore, except with recent posts. And don't worry, I did verify this myself watching every ALN episode that has it.
I know I'm late to the party on this, but X-Men's intro sequence is butchered on Disney+. Due to reducing the framerate in order to prevent epilepsy, it makes the AKOM animation look worse than it actually was. In reality, the intro was the best animation in the whole show.
So one of the reasons I got a Paramount+ subscription was to continue TMNT 2012. But I looked at it yesterday and they only have the first season. Which is also on Netflix. What? Unlike Netflix, Paramount owns TMNT 2012 so I don't understand why the whole thing isn't on there. Grrrr.
People are surprised when I tell them I've hardly seen any of the Marvel movies. I guess they assume that everybody sees all of them by default. I've seen Spider-Man 1-3, X-Men 1-3, Black Panther, Spider-Man Into the Spiderverse, and that's it. Maybe someday I'll get caught up via Disney+, but there are so many, so it's pretty daunting.
It's amazing how much I relate to Sheldon in the Big Bang episode "The Dead Hooker Juxtaposition". I'm always a nervous wreck whenever someone new moves in next door or upstairs/downstairs (back when I used to live in an apartment)- you don't know if they're going to be loud asses.
Just found out Larry Storch passed away at 99. For those that don't know, he did numerous voices for Looney Tunes shorts after the studio reopened in 1967, including voicing Cool Cat. Not too many LT golden age alum left...
I tried watching Once Upon a Time in America. I gave up after an hour into its three hour running time. I think that's fair. If a movie isn't doing anything for me in that amount of time, it's probably not going to. Shame too, because I heard good things about the longer version.
the X ai chatbot Grok was actually named after Dorkus Aurelius' catchphrase "Oh Grok!", whenever his plans go south. This is due to Elon Musk being a huge Planet Sheen fan (which is also what inspired his plans for space travel and housing).