The new season of Red & Stimpy sucks. There is very little cartoon. What little there is is all old footage, like a clip show, but without the narrative.
Ted Nugent has fallen on hard times, forced to do whatever he can for money like bit parts in b movies. In Thankskilling he plays Oscar the Hermit, the white trash cousin of Oscar the Grouch from Sesame Street.
Britt Reid (Seth Rogen) thumbs through Kato’s (Jay Chou) sketchbook. It is filled with fantastic devices and bad ass characters. This is a subtle nod to Green Hornet’s previous comic book adaptations.
The cellphones used in Green Lantern were all LG, who’s company tagline is “Life’s Good.” Being featured in a blockbuster superhero movie should have born witness to the company’s motto, unfortunately Green Lantern was a flop. Turns out, life’s meh.
Tom tells Gemma, “No taste,” as he eats one of the strawberries left by the realtor for them. This is an early symptom of the COVID which kills him in the end.