I'm Adam but I call myself Blue because I have a OC character who is a blue Arctic fox and his name is Blue. I like to draw because it's one of my favorite things to do and it helps keep me busy and it gives me something to do if I'm bored. As you can see in my gallery, I like to draw female character tied up and gagged but the thing is, I sometimes can't help it. Besides, certain characters in some shows talk way too much anyway and they need to button it. If I want to draw a character from a show, I go to Google images, type in the character's name, look for a picture that I like, and draw to copy it perfectly well by trying to draw it. Another one of my favorite things to do is cooking because I like to doing it. I want to be a chef when I get done with College and hopefully find a good restaurant to work at. I'm not gonna work at any restaurant, I would rather work in a restaurant that has lots of positive reviews and good food. I have some hobbies that I like to do. I do like to play video games and I'm a gamer. I like to play games that are fun and not crappy. |
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Remember when I did a review for the episode from Family Guy, infamously known as 'Stewie is Enceinte', where Stewie makes himself pregnant with Brian's DNA and gave birth to those things that I refuse to call 'babies' and made me quit watching the show in general? If you do, then you might enjoy this. Honestly, I'm not planning on stopping watching 'The Simpsons' in general because I've been watching it for years and I have a lot of fond memories of the show but now looking at it now, they came up with some episodes that are either, 'no good', 'bad', or 'an animated atrocity' and I honestly found this one to be an atrocity with all due respect and I actually disliked Bart in this episode. Bart Simpson always had his share of pulling pranks and there are times when he realizes that he's gone too far and tries to make things right but today, he just acts needlessly cruel and never feels bad for some of the things that he's done. If you hate 'Lisa goes Gaga', then you might hate this one as much as I did.
Playing with someone's emotions is the most messed up thing you can ever do to anyone, and Bart does it to his own parents and he tricks them into believing that he's dead inside and that he's a sociopath and if he doesn't get his way, he will threaten to hurt his family and in doing so, Marge and Homer let Bart do whatever he wants. To make matters worse, they let this go on for a while until they decided to have him committed to a facility where troubled kids go to get mental help. When that happens, Bart is surrounded by kids who are ACTUAL sociopath and since he was the only one who wasn't, you can tell that he's in a very good place. He even admits that he was pulling a cruel joke and his parents and he even admits that he doesn't feel bad for doing it. If you don't feel bad for doing what you did, then you're right where you got yourself into and being surrounded by actual, potential killers is not a good place to be. Instead of getting mental help, it turns out that the military has an interest into sociopathic kids and train them into cold blooded killers because they would be perfect for the ARMY because potential serial killers would be the perfect American hero. Serial Killers are people are who kill for psychological reasons and since they enjoy inflicting pain onto other their victims, they are beyond from being helped and there for, they deserved to be locked away and have the key to be tossed away because they are beyond from being helped. "Ren Seeks Help" is an animated character that will kill what remaining innocence that you may have left and it's the destroyer of all hope and it is revealed that Ren is beyond from being helped. To take something from a kids show and make it into something unspeakable is like killing a beloved pet in front every child in the whole room. At least, it explains why Ren loves inflicting pain onto living things and all it is an origin story of a serial killer. Bart however, just finds pages of a diary that belonged to serial killer in an insane asylum that been closed for over a hundred years and like an idiot, he takes those pages to school and shows them off and Chief Wiggum finds Ralph with the pages and informs Marge Simpson that her son is dead....inside. Bart could've told them that he found them from a diary but he never does that in the whole episode, instead, he just toys with his own parent's emotions and having them believed that he was a sociopath where all he was doing was playing a cruel joke.
Close to the end of the episode, he finds himself being a simulation in what he thinks is a video game and he blows up stuff in Middle-East and at first, he thought it was all a game but then the general from the ARMY told him that he actually did kill everyone and everything he blew up. He then breaks into tears because he was getting a taste of reality of the whole ordeal but then, it is yet again, revealed that it was a simulation the entire time. First he played with his parents emotions but then he gets his emotions played as well. I would say that it's the character getting what they deserve but with this episode, I can't say that because this episode just sucked so badly and it's unwatchable on many levels that it's unbearable to whatever I would say to it. If I were to do a list of 'Top 10 WORST Simpsons Episode', I would make this one number one because of how cruel Bart was in this episode and how he made everyone believed that he was a potential serial killer. Did I stop watching this show in general? As mentioned, no because I share some good memories with this show and there are episodes that were good. The episode where I began to like Bart as a character was in the episode 'Barthood' where it a parody of the movie 'Boyhood', which from what I've heard is a good movie. It just had Bart being overshadowed by his sister, Lisa Simpson and how he has a tough relationship with his father and he learns that those two things shaped him up better then he thought because he's one heck of an artist and he had an asdic of an artist and that is to have a rough life and every artists is a tortured soul. The most talented people are the ones who had a tough life and as it turns out, it is indeed true. I would say that 'Barthood' was a nice breath-mint after 'Paths of Glory' left a nasty taste in my mouth. I bet Liver and Onions is better tasting then this episode? Smells amazing when cooking but taste bad when it comes to consuming it.
Nothing about Paths of Glory is worth saving and it's unwatchable and just the cruel intentions that this episode had was really uncalled for and it makes me wonder that why an episode like this, even exist or better yet, who thought that this was a good idea of an episode? It is possible for a creator of a show to disown one of their episodes because of how much poor reputation that an episode received. It's even possible that even a director of a movie can disown their own movie. In 2011, Disney disowned the movie bomb 'Mars Needs Moms' and because of how hated that movie is, Disney disowned it and want to forget that it ever happened. Fox even disowned 'Allen Gregory' which was a show so awful that it was cancelled after seven episodes and I dodged a bullet big time with it but I saw only a few seconds of it and it was all I could take. It's amazing how ONE studio or network to have something around for so long that it hasn't been taken off yet and I'm not saying that I want The Simpsons to be cancelled but in a way, it almost needs to stop because from my point of views, I don't consider certain episodes to be memorable at all. It doesn't have the same problems that Family Guy has and I would to see that show being cancelled and that show tries too hard to be amazing to gain viewers that it fails horribly and because of it, that's why I left and I hadn't watched a single episode because of 'Stewie is Enceinte' and trust me, I hated the episode that much. There are times when you have to know when to stop and if you can't do that, then you're setting yourself for one big fall and you'll hit rock bottom so hard that you will never get up.
You all have an episode from The Simpsons that you hate and I honestly found one that I truly despise that I never want to see it again. If you like this episode, more power to you but for me, this is one of those things that I'll pass up for as long as I live. From Hell's heart, I stab at thee and that's what this episodes deserves.