#Alvin and the chipmunks
In Alvin and the Chipmunks: Trick or Treason, a 1994 TV special, there is a scene where Theodore mistakenly thinks he's dying because of a silly rumor he heard from another kid. He asks how long he has left, and in response, his friend teases him before saying, "If you eat right, seventy, maybe eighty more years." This line of dialogue implies that Alvin, Simon, and Theodore, in addition to having the stature and cognitive development of human children, have the same life expectancy as humans. Thus, Alvin and the Chipmunks media prior to the 2007 movie takes place in a world where chipmunk-like individuals are a rare but known facet of human diversity. This only adds to the travesty that was the live-action revival of the Alvin and the Chipmunks brand, tarnishing their good names and-- *I am forcibly escorted off stage by the secret service so the 2022 Presidential State of the Union Address can resume, but I smile to myself, because it has all been worth it. My plan has succeeded: the American people will live their lives slightly more knowledgeable about Alvin and the Chipmunks than they would have otherwise been without my influence. I am a martyr.*
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1/2 the recent Chris Pratt announcement has revived my knowledge of weird 2000s talking animal films please enjoy the breakdown of the real obscurity behind them
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matthew grey gubler’s tweet about having one foot in the darkness and the other in a hello kitty roller skate is way funnier when you realize he was doing criminal minds at the same time he was voicing simon from alvin and the chipmunks
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I killed Lucius Malfoy in my grandma’s kitchen with a gun and then I saw a massive tree at the bottom of her field and ran down to it, only to see a massive treehouse (like the one from the animated Alvin and the Chipmunks series). Then I was suddenly digging a grave for the body and there was at least three other bodies in the grave.
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He’s human sized, looks like he’s crying and is somehow sold. I have so many questions.
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My official pitch for why I deserve the rights to the Chipmunks IP - I would put them back into 2D where they belong ♡
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I got chipmunks in my brain
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Someone give this man 300 million dollars so he can make this happen!!!
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Five pairings I adore involving pairs of smart characters.
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its them! its the toony boys with red hats!
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Ian Hawke from Alvin and The Chipmunks is going to super hell for gay crimes, real crimes and being a shitty manager!!!
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Happy Halloween! 👻🦇🎃
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mercedes jones was right when she said simon was the gayest name.
Simon from love simon
Simon from alvin in the chipmunks
Simon from young royals
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You know what needs to be its own music genre? Popular songs being covered by voice actors. You surprisingly don’t see it often with kid’s shows, but on the rare times it does pop up, it really highlights how much fun voice actors can have with their characters.
I mean you got:
The Looney Tunes singing It’s Now or Never by Elvis
Alvin and the Chipmunks singing Time Warp
Daffy and Bugs Bunny singing Can’t Buy Me Love by the Beatles
Larry and Mr. Lunt singing I Will Always Love You by Celine Dion
Bugs Bunny singing Good Luck Charm by Elvis
Bob and Larry singing Footloose
The Muppets singing Bohemian Rhapsody by Queen
The list goes on and on with other examples but those are just some of my favorites.
You can just tell the voice actors are having an absolute blast when you hear these song covers. Plus, it’s such a cool thing to see these characters cross over into our reality in a sense. Idk- it’s just fun! XD
I’m gonna listen to The Looney Tunes sing Jailhouse Rock again.
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alvin seville died that day
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I can’t believe i actually color this shit
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