No-guns look horribly silly. Anybody with two braincells can deduce thre are supposed guns. In the meantime the, uh, spirit guns just look wacky. Although not as wacky as Yoog's hair. But if there were guns, they wouldn't be able to air the show to reach the appropriate demographic. So I'm willing to enjoy the wackiness of the not-guns and consider it to be a decent idea on the edittor's part. I mean it's not like it iterupt's the narrative. We know there's guns from the context of the scene. At worst it damages the immersiveness of the series, but come on, the writers never rly made immersiveness the highest priority of any episode.
But if there were guns, they wouldn't be able to air the show to reach the appropriate demographic. So I'm willing to enjoy the wackiness of the not-guns and consider it to be a decent idea on the edittor's part.
This "decent idea" is censorship. I personally would rather they just produce American shows to the -- often truly anal -- American television standards instead of editing someone else's creation.
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Post by willknavison on Sept 9, 2006 19:43:07 GMT -5
I wonder if the origina dub actors have seen these....
"Kids who are in their twenties don't know a damn thing about anything. They only thing they are good for are looking better than people in their thirties. So if your in your twenties, strike a pose and shut the fuck up!" -Jim David, comedian
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