Post by Ashley Benlove on Aug 12, 2007 20:43:21 GMT -5
5/5 1 prediction correct
Okay, silly episode two. Written by Charlotte Fullerton (whom I adore and once chatted on the phone with), this episode is about a baby wanting it’s pacifier, which was stolen. The search takes them overseas again. To my favorite land: ENGLAND! Where they meet British people, including Crazy Nanny Mame and some Ice Cream Pub owner guy. Craziness happens when Kim and Ron are captured by the Nanny and her baby henchmen. It was a crazy episode, and it was cute and fun and I loved it. Mainly for the British thing! YAY! Highlights: *Kim smelling baby powder *Tiny English village of Sheersomesheer. Does it exist? Anyone? *The Nanny making even me sit up straight (which is hard, as I’m a sloucher). *Tons of British accents! Love it. *The Ice Cream pub: Cow and Cone! * “What would you like, Miss?” “Information.” *“What’s he on about?” *That machine turning people into baby. That sounds like something Drakken would do. *Diablo sauce on pancakes? *Kim and Ron captured by babies who kicked their butts. *The Nanny giving them her plan, along with scolding them and drinking tea. Only a British villain, pip? * “You Americans have some strange traditions.” Yes, we do. But, we love you Brits. *Kim using her baby sitter skills on the babies! She’s so good with them! *Seeing Ron as a baby! Aww!
Very creepy-looking episode, but also a very unique one. I dug it, and I'm glad that they held off on giving away the Ron in diapers joke right away, as it made for a great visual at the end of the show. Lots of great quotes, too, and I loved he return of poking fun at supervillain conventions again. 4/5.
Last Edit: Aug 12, 2007 22:25:36 GMT -5 by mgfanjay
Post by yes4possible on Aug 12, 2007 20:59:14 GMT -5
The Nanny school, and maybe the whole village, it felt like a old episode of Scooby Doo Where Are You!
Except that the villain didn't wear a mask and have an alias, she warned Kim and Ron to get out, that is similar to what most Scooby villains say to the gang at the beginning when they are themselfs, and tell the legend of the ghost or monster that we find out later they using as a disguise to commit crimes.
Post by morefood2001 on Aug 12, 2007 21:09:20 GMT -5
I NEED THE CAPS AND TO SEE THE EPISODE AGAIN
Right now, what we all need is patience I am uploading the caps to Wallace, and there is an expected 2 hours remaining on the upload (My connection upload speed sucks and I don't dare trim the 2400 images down to 1600). If he actually puts them up tonight or tomorrow is his decision, not mine
While I wait for that, I am going to get a temporary Avatar up from my caps and catch up with RS.net (There was a great moment that I just loved between the cat and rufus!)
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Post by Scoutcraft Piratess on Aug 12, 2007 23:08:51 GMT -5
I dunno. I"m sorry, but I had to give this a 2/5. It just didn't do anything for me. I liked the creepy atmosphere and it was a great idea, but it came off as just... bleh for me. I can't quite put my finger on it. I can name all sorts of things I liked about it, but I just didn't like the way they came together.
Post by tucsoncoyote on Aug 12, 2007 23:29:29 GMT -5
Here's my feeling on Nursery Crimes, and I'm going to basically copy and paste what I wrote at TZ.net. so you'll see what I said:
Now as for Nursery Crimes:
In this one Stolen pacifiers an elderly evil nanny and a bunch of superbabies, all add up to some take over the world idea right? Wrong. Like Kim finally figured out, it was a baby thing, and seeing Kim use babysitting skills instead of kung fu skills was a hoot (Uh oh! where did Kimmie Go? There she is!).. and of course everything imaginable a babysitter could do. Then of course Ron and his commentary about his baby sister (Hana). At least they kept the baby idea going especially considering that Ron now is a big brother to his baby sister. But in the end, Kim's babysitting skills did come in handy.. and it was cute to see Ron in a diaper..(though solving the crime was half the fun, Kim's babysitting skills really show that even an Evil nanny is no match for a Teen crimefighter who's other strong suit is of course Babysitting).
In the end, this one got the better belly laughs and I give this one a high 9 (4.5) on a scale of 10 (5).. Seeing Kim using something other than kung fu skills is a first and to be honest? If she ever does get married and have kids, she'll make a fine mother..(the only thing is I hope she doesn't mind are changing the dirty diapers...)
So there you go.. the bare bottomed truth on this baby story.