I KNOW IT’S ALL PIXELATED BUT DISNEY’S WEBSITE CHARGES $15 PER PHOTO OK. THIS MICKEY MOUSE RIGHT HERE STARTED FREAKING OUT WHEN THEY SAW MY PHONE CASE AND I ASKED THEM IF THEY LIKED DOCTOR WHO AND THEY STARTED JUMPING UP AND DOWN AND NODDING THEIR HEAD OK.
MICKEY MOUSE IS A WHOVIAN
AND A CAST MEMBER SAID HIS HOUSE IS BIGGER ON THE INSIDE
I CAN DIE HAPPY NOW
“Well what do ya expect? I’m a super big fan of the fella. He’s one of my pals. I even traveled with ‘him once. Got to say that was one swell adventure.”
I think my mind just exploded
SOMEONE DO THE CROSSOVER. I’M GOING TO CRY.
Quick, someone draw Mickey as Eleven with Minnie as Clara.
Here’s a serious advice. Even the nicest people have their limits. Don’t try to reach that point because the nicest people are also the scariest when they’ve had enough.
Our Very First Night
Season 1, Episode 2
Originally aired September 25, 1987
Written by Jeff Franklin
Directed by Joel Zwick
So here I am, back again. I realize that I’m not releasing these on any kind of set schedule or anything, and there’s a couple reasons for this. One, my attention span is often worse than Cosmo the fairy godparent’s on a good day.
“I have the attention span of a rodent!”
And two, however much I would like to be paid for this, the fact remains that I’m not. As such, I have an actual part-time job to provide for myself. Often I come home from work too tired to even turn on my computer, let alone write a review. Maybe someday I’ll actually start releasing these on a schedule, I don’t know. But for now, let’s see what this episode has for us.
This is crazy, right? Yeah… yeah, this is really crazy. But I’m going to ask for your assistance nonetheless.
I’m aware of the concerns that all viewers have in regards to reality programming and how nerds are portrayed on TV. Believe me, they’re concerns I’ve always had, too. So, if this just outright angers or sickens you, obviously, you don’t need to go out of your way to do anything. But, you know what? Why not? I mean, really, why not? What if it turned out to be a really cool experience to walk away from? What if I learned something? What if I walked away gaining something from it? And I’m not even talking about prizes. Though, believe me, as I state in the video, if voted in, I’m definitely in it to win it. But not for me, necessarily. For the sake of nerds all over the place.
So, here’s what I’m asking. Those of you who follow me, you know me, you know what kind of a nerd I am. Watch my video that I’ve submitted to these guys and see if it lines up with the kind of person you would want representing you on a show such as King of the Nerds. If not, don’t vote for me. Look through the videos and vote for somebody else.
You can vote once a day, it seems. And, seriously, don’t try to rig the system or anything, guys, it’s really only once a day and doing it more than once will cancel out votes, so that helps nobody. Unless you’re trying to sink my battleship, in which case, go ahead and sink me, I totally understand.
There’s really not a lot of time left to do this, so whoever feels like they are willing to lend a click in the amount of time left, I’d greatly appreciate it.
Whatever happens happens. But, you know, let’s just see where this goes, okay? You never know. The experience for all of us together (and believe me, you guys in the community around me are in on this ride) could actually turn out to be pretty fun.
Since the one I put up last week was such a hit in the Tumblrhood, I thought I would put up another one.
I love you all, my dear friends. Thanks for sticking with me this long. Hope you’ll stay around a while longer. Good night.
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