If you have seen Invader Zim before, then you know the characters aren’t known for their intelligence. That’s me putting it lightly, too. Almost everyone in the show is too stupid to live. Thankfully, some of the characters show signs of intelligence, if not outright genius. These are the five people I consider to be the greatest bastions of intelligence in a universal sea of idiots.
Nothing is wrong with this website. Your dear friend, RJ, is merely on vacation this week. Therefore, he has left his site in the hands of most incredible, non-alien Earth monkey he knows! And he has a very IMPORTANT announcement. Start observing now!
Rocko’s Modern Life returns after twenty years in space to deliver a touching reminder about the importance of accepting change in life. Not to mention, it’s pretty hilarious.
With Rocko returning after 22 years in space tomorrow, I take a look back at the significance and impact of Rocko’s Modern Life.
This post’s dedicated to the legendary Tom Kenny on his 57th birthday, the cast and crew of Spongebob, and to the late Stephen Hillenberg. Thank you for twenty years of absorbent, yellow, and porous fun. Happy birthday Spongebob and Tom!
Time to shout our victory screech, my fellow invertebrates! Spongebob’s best game is coming back!
My 8th FANDOM Post, this was going to be the first in a month long series of posts. However, I never found the time to do them. But I plan to for my blog
FANDOM post number 7!
My third FANDOM post, this was among my personal favorites, as I got to write about some of my favorite cartoons.
I pour out my feelings on how Spongebob was dissed at Super Bowl LIII. Plus side, we have our first dank meme of the year.
One of my favorite Christmas Specials as a kid. And one of the strangest and darkest. Still love it!
I look at a classic Nicktoon Christmas Special about a kid who didn’t believe in Santa anymore and ended saving Christmas.
I take a break from Christmas Specials to celebrate a very unique holiday special.
Day 2 of my 25 days of Christmas continues with “It’s a SpongeBob Christmas!”
First Stan Lee, then we lose Stephen Hillenberg.