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Wasn't it? Well atleast that's what I infered.
No, Frylock, The Highlander was a documentary, and the events happened in real time.
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*Lays down exposing soft undergullet in simpering sacrificial submission*P.S. I wouldn't look to an Adult Swim show for ultimate wisdom if it were the last intelligible form of collected knowledge in existence. Don't patronize me, I'm not an idiot, thank you. I actually liked what you had to say in the "Godrilla" episode discussion. ^_^
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Message Edited by witch_hazel on 01-14-2008 05:06 AM
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Then fish that wish, but make sure your lure is pure.
witch_hazel wrote:I agree the hand-thing was cool.Walking away isn't an option.It is pretty hard to fit the multi-verse into a show that is less than 15 minutes long. I admit I love Aqua Teen Hunger Force but not all of its episodes are a walk in the park. Although, then again, not all walks in the park are walks in the park and...what?? ...Anyway, I guess I really wish the finale was as amazingly brilliant and Godrilla, I really do.
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