What if Cartoon Network owns the Loud House?Lincoln Loud: *yawns* did I wear jeans to bed last night?
*Lincoln jumps out of bed to reveal a body resembling to Gumball*
Lincoln: what the?! oh god! I have a pot belly!
Lincoln: Clyde! something's wrong!
*Clyde crashes through a wall with a body resembling to Cyborg*
Clyde: Lincoln... help me!
Lincoln: Clyde! what's going on around here?!
Clyde: Cartoon Network owns us now! they turned me into this robotic monster! oh no, i'm twerking like mad! save me, Lincoln!
*Clyde runs through another wall*
*Lisa starts to fly in Lincoln's room with a body similar to a rebooted Powerpuff Girl*
Lisa: Lincoln, what's the meaning of this? it seems I have the power to break the laws of gravity by flying and be contaminated with out-of-date "meymeys". oh god, I hate that word....
Lincoln: Yeah, about that, Clyde told us we're own by Cartoon Network.
Lisa: no, not that... anything but that... that means we're about to--
*Everyone starts twerking*
What if Nickelodeon Owned Adventure Time?Jake: Finn! Finn! wake up! the network's airing a marathon about our show!
Finn: wha..? Jake, the network doesn't care about us anymore.
Jake: What do you mean?
Finn: Well, for one thing, we were rarely seen my money-induced shows like Teen Titans Go!, the new Ben 10 reboot, a Powerpuff Girls reboot, and LEGO cartoons.
Jake: Uhh, Finn, those shows don't air on this network.
Finn: Since when did Cartoon Network respected us?
Jake: Cartoon Network? Finn, we're on Nickelodeon now.
Finn: what?! we're on Nickelodeon?! the birthplace of our shown pilot on RANDOM! Cartoons?! wait, is the tone still toned-down for a more dramatic experience like the Simon & Marcy episode?
Jake: Well, technically yes, it's just to let the viewers know what happened when the apocalyptic earth became the Land of Ooo.
Finn: huh, neat. so what about the other shows like Mighty Magiswords? We Bare Bears? Steven Universe? and Gumball?
Jake: All of those unappreciated shows moved there as well, I guess other shows nee
Kirby's Dream Course Review
So far, I had trouble recalling my memory about when did I first played a Kirby game when I was a kid. So during my years at the youth center where the playroom has a SNES, the other kids are playing Kirby's Dream Course. Kirby's Dream Course plays a lot like Golf. So instead of a ball, you hit Kirby around the course and into the hole at the end. You must set the power, angle and spin to connect with various enemies found throughout the courses. During development, the game was once called Special Tee Shot, but the developers retooled it with elements from the Kirby series. It's not because of the gameplay I enjoy, it's because of the music I love to listen to. so many catchy jingles.
The Grim Adventures of Billy and Mandy Review
I wanted to look back at Midway's classic games of 2006 and dug up The Grim Adventures of Billy and Mandy for my Nintendo Wii. it's a game based on the Cartoon Network show and clearly a clone to Capcom's Power Stone where 4 players execute light and heavy attacks, pick up melee or ranged weapons and collect enough Mojo balls to break out either of Mojo Smackdown or a Mojo Meltdown. it's also a Wii launch title when the console was released on November 19th, 2006, (along with Rayman Raving Rabbids, Super Mario Galaxy, Wii Sports, ETC). The story involves around Billy, Mandy and Grim trying to find out who released the Mojo balls, while following a suspicious trail of chicken feathers along with it. There are 15 playable characters to play and unlock (Billy, Mandy, Grim, Irwin, Nergal, Eris, Fred Fredburger, Boogey, Hoss Delgado, Jack, Mogar, Dracula, General Skarr, Nergal Jr. and Lord Pain) and five horde characters to unlock (Viking, Nergaling, Chicken, Clown and Pumpkin). So