“We know we can show them anything and for years we took that as an excuse to merely profit and distract while sometimes educate. Now, we’re using it not only legitimately entertain and educate, but also enlighten. They’re used to expand their mindset and show possibilities. Instead of just introducing information, they’re introducing wisdom and through the best way possible: without them even realizing they’re learning anything at all. They’re fun, exciting and silly but also smart, artistic and insightful. They play with mood, character and different ways of telling a story than any kids show has done in the past.” - Nostalgia Critic: Are Kids Shows Better NOW Than Ever?

During your OTP’s month:

During your NOTP’s month:

During that month with the pairing you don’t hate, but still wish it would end soon:


Just like a delicate seed can grow a great oak, so can a faulty message grow a big problem.

You know, a lot of people don’t like the Nostalgia Critic skits. But Doug makes a really great point here. The Lorax movie, while by no means bad, did mess up one crucial part. They made clear-cut villain with no depth or humanity. And, like Doug said, by doing so, you create a distance between the audience and the character. The character is so obviously evil that nobody can relate to him. And therefore, nobody thinks that they’ll ever be like him.

Doug and Rob Walker:

-think that there should be more diversity in movies, especially women in action movies

-don’t demean, stereotype, or joke about any minority

-adress sexism in movies

-are willing to take criticism 

-interact with their fans 

-don’t let a patriarchal society stop them from doing jokes where they do feminine things or bits where one of them is in a sexual or romantic situation with a man

-bring awareness to charities 


-brought in Dante Basco (the voice of Prince Zuko) into their show and had him do this-

Originally posted by theeleventeenthdandelion