I’m not. It ran for a decade. Children who were in kindergarten during season 1 are now getting their driver’s licenses.
I never got sick of it and the finale was wonderful with genuine surprises. I can say that about few shows I’ve seen.
Anyone remember the storyline where Dean was depressed that there would never be another Star Wars movie after “Revenge of the Sith” and he was visited by the ghost of Sir Alec Guinness?
I seriously never realized that Winky and Pam’s son were two different characters.
Acknowledging reality is not an agenda. In 6th grade I was mistaken for a lesbian and was bullied for it up until I graduated high school. If it happened to me in the 90s then it’s probably happening to girls now.
Middle school is where kids become aware of orientation, gender identity and “all those other things”. Thinking they don’t know about it is naive.
My aunt’s family has a vacation cabin they never use. They tried to get my family to start using it. Said we could just pop in whenever we wanted. That cabin is a 12-hour drive from our house. We’ve never taken them up on the offer.
That cap is actually from the original book. The owner may call the monkeys up to 3 times and they must obey. Ownership passes to Dorothy after the witch dies.
In this universe it’s called “Thrones of Ermagard”. https://www.gocomics.com/phoebe-and-her-unicorn/2014/11/02
My brother and I believed that ChalkZone was secretly a Matrix prequel. Rudy = The Architect, Penelope = The Oracle, Snap = The Merovingian, Queen Rapsheeba = Persephone.
She needs them to irritate her. Without them, she’s powerless.