Tag: Keith David

REVIEW: Amphibia – Season 3, Episode 9, “Froggy Little Christmas”

*SPOILERS* In “Froggy Little Christmas,” Mrs. Boonchuy is elated when the city offers her a spot in the annual Christmas parade. However, she feels she has to turn down the opportunity she’s dreamed of to keep a low profile for the Plantars. However, Anne sees this as her chance to...

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REVIEW: Amphibia Season 3, Episode 2, “Hop ‘Til You Drop/Turning Point”

*SPOILERS* In “Hop ‘Til You Drop,” Anne focuses on helping the Plantars acclimate to living on Earth. Rather than introducing human life to them in baby steps, she decides to challenge them with the ruthless occupants of the local mall. To teach Polly anger management, Anne sends h...

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REVIEW: Amphibia – Season 3, Episode 1 “The New Normal”

Over the past year or so, lifestyle changes have enabled me to seek out TV shows I otherwise wouldn’t have had the time to watch. This included catching up on some newer Disney Channel programming, which I usually write off as juvenile and cheesy. However, two shows that impressed me were The Owl ...

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REVIEW: The Flash – Season 6, Episode 13 “Grodd Friended Me”

“Grodd Friended Me” is a gratifying return to form for The Flash, good enough to banish the memory of the last two weeks’ duds and reinvigorate a flailing season. It gets back to the moral dilemmas that made the show so fascinating from its earliest days, brings back a great villain (as oppose...

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Top Five Gargoyles Episodes

25 years ago this weekend, the Disney Afternoon TV block premiered something wildly different from their regular fare: Greg Weisman’s Gargoyles. The underdog series has amassed a cult following in the intervening years, leading to cosplay, fan-art, and even conventions called “Gatherings” name...

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Celebrating Gargoyles 25 Years Later

When I was a kid, I loved watching Disney cartoons. Goof Troop, DuckTales, and especially TV spinoffs like Aladdin and Hercules – that was my jam. However, there was one cartoon that stood above all the others to me and, looking back, is probably indirectly responsible for some things I love most ...

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