I think it’s a safe bet that the show’s (or at least this season’s) finale will be about Claude Bains returning to Earth for a final showdown with Skips. “This time it’s personal”, indeed…
Mr. Peabody & Sherman is SERIOUSLY first to released in Europe (Germany)??? Before America?????
Yes, it happens. And the German date is only half of the story: It’s been out in French theatres for two weeks, and in UK and Irish theatres for three
Now next week, I expect Bart to correct another obvious mistake from the same episode:
SWEDEN DOES NOT GIVE OUT THE NOBEL PEACE PRICE
See, Garnet is the cool Dad. I called it.
The Dad, the Mom and the Big Sister. After this episode, it couldn’t be clearer who is who,
On occasion, us Scandinavian viewers - unexplained and unannounced - get episodes long before American viewers. That happened on Nickelodeon last afternoon, when they aired “Finding Emo”.
The premise of the episode (Timmy wishes he was an emo, and as a result loses interest in wishes) is not important. What is important is that this episode will show if shipping is a subject that FOP fans still care about…
Something just occured to me.
Major Monogram didn’t give the impression that he recognized Stacy or knew about her connection to Perry’s host family. Still, he was prepared to erase her memory.
Does that mean that OWCA goes around erasing the memories of any eyewitnesses to Perry and Doof’s fights?
Perrry may not be a Man In Black, but Monogram and Karl sure are!