One of the things I really like about this show is every now and then they produce a contextualizing episode. At first I wasn't overly fond of Historical Friction, but then I realized it was meant more to shine a light on Pearl than stand on its own.
They're basically directly addressing the issues fans had been complaining about with this sort of demonstration that Pearl had flaws and it was starting to bother them. Which, honestly, is fairly clever story telling in its own right, but still, it made me develop a further appreciation for what they're doing.
I remember watching a few episodes of this. It felt like somehow they were trying too hard to not try hard. Just a million kinds of the most obvious jokes in the world. Don't know if it got any better after a few episodes but just goddamn, so many jokes were just...the low hanging fruit of comedy.
Doesn't help that Daniel Tosh as the bear sounded phoned in.
Bee and Puppycat has some interesting questions going for it. Ones concerning the plot, and also how any of it is going to get wrapped up satisfyingly in four and a half two-part episodes. Maybe it's set up so that if it gets enough of a return in ads, they'll use that to make a bit more?
>>229105 I know about flags, and that players can ignore those. But how do you ignore the flags if you play all your DVDs on a laptop with an external drive? Cause I play all my DVDs on my laptop with an external drive. In VLC. Can a computer wizard help me out? Oh, and I am a Mac user.
P.S. I have Birdy the Mighty Decode discs from the UK, and it is 25fps progressive. No artifacts whatsoever.