In "Curious, George"

Land of Pudding

In "The Anti Bush Video Game"

I like the idea and theme but the actual game is kind of dull, the baddies take too long to kill and the controls are a bit too floaty for my liking.

In "A Squid's Revenge"

Is it just me, or the guy's face seems to be dissolving? You're right, in fact thats no squid, it's a facehugger!

In "the debate"

I loved it when Bush joked "need some wood?"

In ""

I would only ever turn around and applaud the projectionist, otherwise why would you do it?

In "Dr. Bunsen Honeydew and Beaker voted favorite screen scientists."

My favourite is Professor Utonium who created the Powerpuff Girls (duh!).

In "Curious George: Gmail"

Sounds like it'd be rude not to take an invite off someone then, thanks.

What is good about Gmail anyway, anything?

In "Big Bunny"

Never seen any of these before, I'm loving Big Bunny.

In "Curious George: Do you play video/computer games?"

Playing Manhunt recently, wich is like being in a John Carpenter movie, quite unsettling. Wario Ware for some quick high score action. Most influential...probably Boulderdash or Bubble Bobble. All time fave: Super Mario Kart.

In "South Africa's crime-fighting Gorilla has passed on. "

move to America. We can shoot people on our doorsteps here

When a Gorilla 'defends his territory' it's crime-fighting, but when I clobber a burglar with a cricket bat it's manslaughter. Wheres the justice?

In "Cryptozoology, or ? "

I'd say Big Cats are certainly roaming the UK, although they're not really that weird or mythical, just out of place. I saw what I think was some sort of Panther type animal with cubs in a field in Minehead, it was quite chilling as there were houses and a school nearby. Apparently there is also an Orangutan living in an English woods somewhere. Never heard of this freakish beast but I'd love to see it: 'Owlman': "...I saw a monstrous man/bird 'thing'. It was the size of a man, with a ghastly face, a wide mouth, glowing eyes and pointed ears. It had huge clawed wings and was covered in feathers of silver/grey colour. The thing had long bird legs which terminated in large black claws. It saw me and arose, 'floating towards me. I just screamed then turned and ran for my life."

In "Dustbowl Photographs."

The people peeking through the car windows made me chuckle.

In "Oops!"

The wife sounds genuine until her last words, funny up to that point though. Not a prank call but: Potatoes, the caller is taking part in a quiz on local radio.

In "Weightless Animals."

All visuals are by Mandy McIntosh, her website is

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