I mean, this show is awesome ALL of the time, but ESPECIALLY NOW, because here’s Robot Randy:
“My name is Robot Randy, I am the greatest and most powerful robot in the universe.”
and he carves reindeer,
“I’m going to name you ‘Ivana’—that’s a good reindeer name.”
and he wants to make reindeer versus conquering the world except the other mean robots would think he’s a failure and laugh at him. :C
and accepts Courage’s challenge, offering emancipation up even though he’s like two houses high and has death beams and can crush him twenty different ways,
and the challenge is breakdancing:
“You’re right! I was so worried what others would think of me, I stopped believing in myself. I don’t want to destroy things,
I want…to whittle reindeer!”
“Well done, Randy, you’ve proved to us you’re not a failure, after all!”
“Oh Danny boy, the pipes, the pipes are calling,”
That moment when an eel can sing better than you. :|
Always time for a musical number
Courage. How. Did you do that.
Courage just dropped Little Muriel in a tornado. Logic.
“Fry her!” “No, grill her!” “Hey, how about we bake her?”
The day the Statue of Liberty lost her head. :|
“My wife would love to meet you. Right now. My wife is very fond of little dogs.”
“I guess he wasn’t such a Precious, Wonderful, Adorable, Lovable Duckling.”
“Does one, who calls the clouds home, love one who must floss?”
I just wanted to take a moment and appreciate this moose in the top corner.
Look at that blue mohawk and derpy smile. D’AWWWW.
this just got awkward.
Dude, Courage the Cowardly Dog is good at creepy. Example: FREAKY FRED.
I swear, it’s the combination of the light children’s music with the hisvoice and his Doctor Seuss rhyme.
“Hello, new friend, my name is Fred. The words you hear are in my head. I say—I said—my name is Fred, and I’ve been…very…naughty.”
Little League #14 by Yale Stewart
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GET DRAWN INTO THIS COFFEE HOUSE CHALKBOARD ART
From video game characters to 80’s cartoon all-stars, Sara Jahn has taken the boring front chalkboard menu at Espresso Royale and turned it into a nerdy art display to capture the imagination and eyes of customers.
(via Obvious Winner)