The first of April had long ago evolved from harmless fun into a full blown warzone in the Fenton household. These days their families steered clear of their house until the storm had passed, and even Tucker refused to come over until the clock had ticked to 12:01 on the second of the month.
Why didn’t we get an episode where maybe Ember makes everybody have to sing except it doesn’t affect Danny so like
he wakes up and his parents and Jazz do some kinda choreographed number about morning and eating…
This reminds me of one of the few episodes I’ve seen of Buffy the vampireslayer
Basically more and more people in town start to sing about everything they do, and they have to figure out what kind of demon would force everyone to participate in a musical.
Spikes, or whatever his name is… Blond vampire dude’s number was hilarious since he claims very firmly that he is immune to the curse and he wouldn’t ever do anything that cheesy.
Shortly after that he sings a love confession to Buffy (though I’m not sure if it’s really a love song)
Anywho musical episode
It was great imo
Oh how I wish Link appeared in or had a cameo in Bravely Default but sadly, he didn’t. Guess I’ll just see what happens in Bravely Second.
Sorry guys I just state the facts and this is what the wiki says
i just get pissed off about the whole assumption that “manga” is a uniform style that exists (and that people who think that usually see the “manga style” as something fundamentally inferior to “real art”)
The first time Jack Fenton had a real conversation with Phantom was the summer before his daughter’s senior year of high school, his son’s sophomore year.
Well. That was one of the quickest character developments I’ve seen…
I was disappointed by Randal in Monsters University. Everyone thought he was going to have this really tragic story but he just turned into a dick head on his own.
That was what made him so great though, at least to me, he had a backstory that was relatable and applied to real-life situations. Because people really do turn into dicks on their own once power or fame goes to their heads, especially in college
#you dont need tragedy to become a dick #thats the lesson