Because there was simply too much to cover in a single post, we thus proceed: It makes sense to enter into the fairy market. I don’t mean where you can haggle with Seelie rug manufacturers–I mean the same place where Disney has placed Tink & Friends (or whatever they’re calling it). Young girls love action figures (when they’re called dolls) and they also greatly appreciate fantasy and towards both of those ends you get their love of fairies. Winx Club is an Italian cartoon that’s hit stateside on Nick and here they have, via Jakks Pacific, a line of six of the Club fairies. This is the 11.5″ Musa, the fairy of music, complete with glitter-bedecked wings and a brush–because hair on dolls is extremely important (so I’ve been told). The wings do flap when you move the doll and they also pop off, allowing you to mix and match with other dolls in the line. In addition to the tie and shoes that she shows up wearing (and the brush), you also get a Club Membership Card. The dolls actually are pretty cute and poseable–and the franchise appears to be quite popular with the demographic. And at around $20, you won’t want to rush out and snag the entire line for your kid (or if you do have that sort of cash to throw around, just remember me) but a fan of the show would love the hell out of this. (Click here to buy it from Amazon.)
It’s Weekend Justice: the podcast that will order a metric ton of tatertots and charge the lot to your hotel room. This podcast was engineered–some might say over-engineered–by experts to escort you from the work week in the most chaotic manner possible. Please note: this podcast is profane, definitely oversexed and definitely overwrought. It is wrong and unsafe. You have been warned.
- Rox vs. her Xmas cards
- Jon vs. flooring
- Celebrate homicide, come on!
- Leigh vs. counting!
- Rob replaced by a computer!
- BBC iPlayer comes to the US
- BBC America
- Editing shows
- Law & Order UK
- The Hobo Report!
- Leigh’s family’s attempt to become hobos
- Ford vs. Hobos
- Scott’s school update and what he’s doing to pass
This two-disc set is out from Nickelodeon and Paramount and has twenty-four stories on it. It also has seven shorts and a song. For more information, check out the official site. And they’ve sent us a copy to give away to you guys. Want to win it? Here’s how that works…enter using the form below. Enter once a day, in fact. If we draw your name when the contest ends, then you snag it. Good luck!
That’s right, it’s a double dose of SpongeBob SquarePants for a prize pack in this contest, thanks to Nickelodeon. First up, we’ve got SpongeBob’s Greatest Hits which has
And the DVD is SpongeBob SquarePants: To SquarePants or Not to SquarePants:
We’re giving away five copies of both. So if you win, you get one of each. How do you win? You enter using the form below and enter once a day. And if we draw your name when it’s over and done with, then you snag them. Good luck.
So it’s not secret why a Spongebob contest should work well here on this site: after all, you folks seemed to go batshit crazy over the Spongebob voice cast reworking some classic cinematic moments. And here’s a release from Paramount/Nickelodeon in which you get eight episodes, plus an animation art gallery. Nice. We’ve got a pair of copies here–if you want to win one, here’s your mission: enter using the form below. Enter once a day–you can enter all our contests once a day (you don’t have to pick and choose)–and if we draw your name when all is said and done, then you win. Huzzah.
Well, we mentioned the Annie Awards–apparently for the big night the cast of Spongebob did some dubbing work over some classic movies. The results are about as nuts as you would expect…
Update: Removed from YouTube, we got the headsup on another link. Thanks, Zondron.