|Caminante Nocturno - 2016-10-13 |
Nobody got upset when Cookie Crook lost his job to a dog, but we're supposed to be upset when this happens?
Same thing happened to the Golden Age Green Lantern. It can happen to anyone.
Yes, kids were always stealing Lucky's Lucky Charms, but he usually just sang a little song or something and then shared it with them. It was clearly some sort of ritual between the Leprechauns and the children of mortals. There was no way a human child could catch the keeper of the Charms, but if they put up enough of an effort, little man would reward their futile determination with a bowl of sugary corn bits. It was the least he could do for these poor creatures, doomed to die so soon.
And then there was the Trix Rabbit. Fuck that guy.
Lucky the Leprechaun doesn't even have an Irish accent anymore...
The accent is the first to go. Soon, all his powers will fade, him being parted from his native soil from which they spring. And he too will die, lonely and demented, having forgotten he was ever an immortal.
After that, there will be a series of commercials where a coven of children try to bring Lucky back to this realm by sacrificing Christian babies on a pagan altar. Lucky gains a few moments of power in this world and gives his coven bowls of cereal.
|Bort - 2016-10-13 |
The entire episode was hilarious. Why aren't you watching "Atlanta"?
|Xenocide - 2016-10-13 |
This made me realize that I have never seen a real cereal commercial with more than one non-white child.
|That guy - 2016-10-14 |
*This* is how they chose to satirize this shit?
What ideas did they reject?
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