Hey there dude! Have a super nice Happy Birthday! I didn't realize it was that special time of the year for you until I glanced at your review in the R&R thread for 'Mid-Childhood Night's Dream' (you don't show up under "Today's Birthdays" on the board's main hub either, at least not for me so I guess it is some time zone shenanigans or something, haha). It's been much fun interacting with you on the boardsand I hope we're in for more (and I must thank you for all the support you've given me in my rate & review threads for A:TLA & Korra as well).
I do hope you have a really good, sweet and memorable 25th (also regards and well wishes, too). See you around!
Hello! Living in earlier timezone I should notice earlier, but anyway - HAPPY 25TH BIRTHDAY, Wile (I always spell your name as Willie). Wish you a great "silver anniversary" age year, and all the life. Happiness, health, optimism, and all the best
Hey there! I’ve been reading your Futurama reviews after I watch each episode (for only the second time ever), and because I don’t want to ask you a question in your thread about an episode you covered months ago, I’ll ask here:
You said “Yes, there is that iconic line (you know which one)” regarding the Fry video game segment in “Anthology of Interest II.” Unfortunately, I am not too in tune with the Futurama fanbase, so can you elaborate on which line you meant?
According to your best and worst episodes lists. It seems like January 8 was an interesting day because for your favorite: Homer the Great aired that day in 1995 but in 2012, Politically Inept, With Homer Simpson aired on that day.
Hello there, I have a few questions:
1: What would you consider to be the golden era?
2: What is your least favorite episode of the golden era?
3: How do you feel about Family Guy and South Park since both shows are inspired by The Simpsons?
Hey, I was just reading your signature and you're like the only person I've seen on this site to list The Man Who Grew Too Much as the worst of season 25. I have to say I 100% agree, that episode is terrible and I'm glad I'm not alone in thinking that