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I feel like people need to stop only paying attention to cartoons that have serious plots like su and like gravity falls (tho gravity falls had a good balance of plot and fun story telling) because there’s so many good cartoons out there that are more about random fun stuff than intricate plots and those shows always don’t get the attention they deserve and end up getting treated bad by their own networks (wander over yonder, harvey beaks, tawog, and even we bare bears) and people seem to forget that cartoons can be more comedy based and more simple and still be really good especially in terms of world building and characters

I’m reading what the people who went to see Det Går Bra wrote about it and I’m so happy??? Everyone is saying how confident Tarjei seems and how happy he looked being on stage, how he was being ironic about skam and how good his acting is and it’s just nice to know that he’s out there doing his whole acting thing bc he’s so good and lovely and ufhshbsa ok im done

anonymous asked:

Hey, hate to be a bother, but I'm caught up to TAZ and it's great but I was wondering if you could suggest any podcasts similar to it. Preferably story based ones of that's alright. Thank you!

Oh gosh golly. That’s honestly a little hard just because while I listen to a lot of podcasts, most of my tastes run towards nonfiction. 

Also I’m not sure what counts as similar to it. D&D podcasts? Comedy podcasts? Extended narratives?

I’ve never listened to “Critical Role” but I’ve heard it mentioned alongside TAZ a lot. (I’ll probably listen sometime) I know that it’s a D&D podcast and that the players are voice actors so I bet you get some good acting in there.

If you just want something with a similar comedic patter to TAZ any of the McElroy family’s seven billion podcasts is worth looking at. I’d recommend starting with recent episodes of My Brother, My Brother and Me.

As for story based, dang, I honestly am not the best person to ask about that because every non-TAZ extended narrative podcast I listen to, I’ve kind of dropped off with. 

Everyone and their mother has heard of Welcome To Night Vale and Alice Isn’t Dead already. If you like them you might like Kakos Industries. I’ve listened through Season 1 of The Black Tapes Podcast, which gets a little meandering here and there but is decent…a story of a reporter and a skeptic investigating paranormal stuff.

The last story-based podcast I really enjoyed was Limetown but I can’t recommend that because Season 1 ended on a cliffhanger and the writers have put it on indefinite hiatus while they work some things out. Ars Paradoxica is on my “to listen” list but I haven’t started it yet.

That’s about all I got, unfortunately. If anyone else has suggestions feel free to put em in replies.

ok but at what point did Qui-Gon realize he’d said “The Queen doesn’t need to know” to the actual Queen.

at what point in the battle planning did Padme very deadpan say to him, “the council doesn’t need to know?” or something like that

at what point did Qui-Gon realize that under no circumstances should Obi-Wan and Padme be allowed to become friends because they will sass him to death

at what point did the young Queen realize she and Qui-Gon were saltmates

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Finished my first taako animation with my toonboom harmony rig ! Colors and designs are so simple but it moves alright ! im hoping to refine it further but it was a good first test run with one of my fav taako lines.  The goal is eventually to do at least one of each main since i do so love them all.