Dear Cinema Snob,
I am offended by the original movie's appropriation of the word "Holocaust." Also, call this number for a lot of delicious spam. 1-800-IH8SpamComments.
If you come to Jesus, YOU COME HARD! - I mean, all the way... HARD!
Any chance we'll be hearing the movie's score in this?
We unfortunately didn't have time to get a spoof of the theme put into this episode because we wanted a quick turn around to make up for ep2's delays. We'l might be able to get one made for future releases though.
I'm glad I'm not the only one who remembers Legends of the Hidden Temple! :-)
Dear Cinema Snob.
I would point out that the correct phrase is "whom I actually like". I am sure you agree with me that proper grammar is very important in an animated feature. Think of the children!
I'm a little slow sometimes, so forgive me, but Brian being "spanish" is a joke, right? I get it if it is, I just wanted to make sure.
The return of El Topo Gordo!
Cattibal Holocaust is a poignant short by vicarious sex criminals that reminds us all that some cats can be cannibals. Over 12 percent of preweaned kitten deaths are a result of cannibalism, either by other cats or by the mother, who senses weakness or deformity. For example, if a kitten didn't have any horrible cat penile spines on his penis, the mother cat might sense this and eat him.
WHY DO YOU KNOW THESE THINGS!?!?!
That's a common thing in most animals.
Whereas *nowadays) humans generally respond to that by trying to make up for the deformities or other problems with the power of technology, instead.
Brad, take your ass to Burbank and pitch Stoopid Buddy Stoodios this show: it deserves more than sporadic episodes at roughly 10 minutes each.
Probably my favorite series you've done, beyond the Snob.
Brian can do a better mexican voice than Rob Schneider
Wow, this is awesome but Brad's terrible acting takes it down a notch.
Can't wait until Lloyd does a case spoofing Christsploitation flicks.
Well, the next one features a character based on Tequilla, so it's only a matter of time before Naked Kirk Cameron shows up.
So, there are people in this universe, and there are animals. How does an animal become a human-sized anthropomorphic version of itself? Are there still animal Siamese cats? Do people still have pets? Can Lloyd adopt a mini-me?
In this universe Cats evolved walking on two legs and talking after they started hanging out with humans.
Maybe this is the midpoint between the cats we know, and the cat people from Red Dwarf?
Lloyd Part IV: Lloyd takes Manhattan (And another... And another)
I seriously hope that one day, Lloyd would have to help the Oogieloves, as well as having a team-up with Tequila XD
The University of College, ha! I went to College State University, a more expensive, therefore better school.
It's been common knowledge for a while now that Brad is a clandestine worshipper of the Highlands fey-demon known as 'Big Ears', who is conjured through a horrific rite known as 'Taghairm':
"TAGHAIRM. Perhaps the most horrible of all recorded magical spells. It consisted of roasting a series of cats on spits until, in the end, a gigantic cat appeared and granted the wishes of the operants. The last known performance of this rite was at the beginning of the 17th century... The operants were Allan MacLean and Lauchlan MacLean, each of whom wished to secure a boon. They continued the operation for four days without tasting food. The barn became full of demon black cats yelling, and at length the master cat, BIG EARS, appeared and granted them their wishes, though it was said they would never look on the face of God, and indeed it seems unlikely that they would."
-Katherine Briggs. (1976). 'An Encyclopedia of Fairies.' (pp. 388-9). Pantheon Books, NY.
Everyone is well-aware of the fact that Brad keeps 'Lloyd' (a name he only uses for this beast when He is on-camera) around because he genuinely believes 'Lloyd' is a personification of Big Ears- or at least that He incarnates INTO Big Ears when Brad performs the dark rites. The subtle clues Brad leaves as to his fetid worship of his 'pet' (in reality, his master) have gotten less and less subtle as time goes on. 'Lloyd: The Animated Series' is thus naturally full of dark hints, although even I never suspected that he would make them so blatant as to openly structure an entire episode around both 'cannibalism' and 'holocaust' (two of Brad's chief hobbies). The fact the episode makes open reference to cats (possibly) feasting on cats - a grim allusion to Brad's favourite religious ceremony - is, frankly, shocking. You've fallen, Brad. I'm scared.
btw great episode Brad! Had me actually laughing out loud- putting the barbaric subtext aside, this series is turning out fantastic. :)