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oh SHIT i almost forgot
Pinky and the Brain literally have a biological child together - Episode 24: Brinky (yes, that’s the real title)
Brain literally drags Pinky out of superhell - Episode 42: A Pinky and the Brain Halloween (no i’m not kidding)
this one has nothing to do with lore but in Episode 19: Welcome to the Jungle Brain has a mental breakdown and Pinky kills and eats a wild boar so I think it should be required viewing
So I see a lot of people who watch Animaniacs but didn’t watch the Pinky and the Brain spinoff, and first of all: it’s really good, legit, you should totally watch it!
But more importantly, these are the following episodes that have Brain and/or Pinky lore/backstory, also with links to watch online:
Pinky’s Family - Episode 53: The Family That Poits Together, Narfs Together
Brain’s Parents - Episode 13b: The Visit
Why Brain is Like This™ - Episode 44a: Leggo My Ego
Brain’s Childhood - Episode 9: Snowball
Pinky and the Brain First Meeting - Episode 64b: Project BRAIN
alright everyone have fun with ur gay lil mice
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sorry i havent rb’d any of your “why did you follow me” posts i don’t remember why i followed you. or what shirt i wore yesterday
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got taken to axe throwing tonight. i may not have impressed anyone with my technical axe throwing skills but my sheer brute animal strength is unparalleled
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I’m realizing that independently, Toby Fox and Griffin McElroy both went “hey there are crystals that game characters can look through to see the real world, viewing a parallel level of reality from which their worlds are created and fed, isn’t that fucked up” but then one of them continued with “and you will be given these crystals by manlets that fight you in other people’s basements,” and the other continued with “and this is a plot device to explain how elevators were invented.” how am I supposed to pick a favorite
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So I see a lot of people who watch Animaniacs but didn’t watch the Pinky and the Brain spinoff, and first of all: it’s really good, legit, you should totally watch it!
But more importantly, these are the following episodes that have Brain and/or Pinky lore/backstory, also with links to watch online:
Pinky’s Family - Episode 53: The Family That Poits Together, Narfs Together
Brain’s Parents - Episode 13b: The Visit
Why Brain is Like This™ - Episode 44a: Leggo My Ego
Brain’s Childhood - Episode 9: Snowball
Pinky and the Brain First Meeting - Episode 64b: Project BRAIN
alright everyone have fun with ur gay lil mice
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I’ll take one happy toon family please and thank you
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oh i am going to make this everyones problem
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God could you IMAGINE having to live in Hawkmoth's Paris? Your weird aunt brings her grape, pickle and mayonnaise gelatin delight to Thanksgiving and you have to choke that shit down bc if you don't she'll get sad and you risk her turning into Jello Queen who turns buildings and people into gelatin monstrosities? Some creep at the bar wants your number so you give him a fake and when he tries it and it fails he gets pissed and becomes Great Chad who storms around Paris giving everyone he touches a hangover and bad taste in music? You have to walk on eggshells around everyone while trying to maintain some semblance of inner peace so you don't become Human Resource, who goes around telling everyone what their coworkers really think of them and writing people up so they follow your will. Meanwhile you've died 7 times and been erased from existence twice because of the bitchy teen daughter of the mayor intentionally antagonizing everyone she comes in contact with. You see Sheryl from accounting spill her coffee on her new white suede jacket and just silently check your email to make sure your lawyer approved your latested update to your will in case this is the day those two high school vigilantes get their ass handed to them for real. I'd move.
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So I watched Encanto, and I have read so many reactions from people around the world watching it and feeling so touched by it, but being a Colombian myself, I can't even begin to express what it felt to watch my own country, with its joy and its pain and grief, represented in a Disney movie.
The Dos Oruguitas part absolutely destroyed me. Because it represented the complexity and the absurdity and the pain and the loneliness of Colombia's long-lasting conflict. The fact that this movie starts with a family that has been displaced and lost other family members because of the conflict, made it heartbreaking to watch from the first minute. It sums up what it means living in Colombia: a country so diverse, so beautiful, so magical, and yet so inextricably linked to pain and death and grief and I'm still in awe at how Disney managed to convey such a complex issue with such sensibility.
But at the same time, Colombia is the yellow butterfly (a direct reference to our Nobel, writer Gabriel García Márquez), and like Márquez writings, Colombia is filled with such magical realism that in between the absurdity and the pain there's resilience and there's memory and there's forgiveness and that's where the magic of our country is at. Amidst the pain and the grief and the loss, there's always a yellow butterfly in here, the land of magical realism.
I just wanted to tell you, from a local's pov, how it was to feel so incredibly and painfully represented by this movie, something I did not expect at all, if I may be honest, and I can't help but praise Disney for managing to portray the beauty and the darkness of this beautiful country. Lin-Manuel's soundtrack also fitted perfectly and Dos Oruguitas will definitely become one of those songs I will always come back to, because it tells you everything you need to know about our country.
I'm filled with such immense pride, but also with so much pain, while watching this movie and that speaks directly to how carefully and well thought-out it was. So thank you, Disney, for that.
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Happy Spotify Wrapped to all who observe and practice it 🤗 ♥️♥️♥️
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