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Doug Out ‘s ratings are in and it was seen by a total of 962,000 viewers. Here are the ratings for Cartoon Network’s premiers for yesterday:

Lion 4: Alternate Ending had a decent showing for a Monday premier these days, getting 1,007,000 viewers. Here’s how the daily premiers looked:

Aivi and Surasshu have given us another dose of Steven Universe music. This time it’s the song Storm in the Room (2:13) from the episode of the same name.

GC13 and Sophia have a big discussion about the episodes in Steven Bomb 6 (and try to avoid speculating until next week, hard as that can be).

Don’t worry, we’ll be covering it again next week, where we put on our speculation hats and wonder both about the future and about what we’ve seen. This bomb is just too big to cover in a single episode.

Plus, the podcast is searching for new members! If you’re interested, check out our  audition information  and get to applying!

Doug Out ‘s ratings are in and it was seen by a total of 962,000 viewers. Here are the ratings for Cartoon Network’s premiers for yesterday:

Lion 4: Alternate Ending had a decent showing for a Monday premier these days, getting 1,007,000 viewers. Here’s how the daily premiers looked:

Aivi and Surasshu have given us another dose of Steven Universe music. This time it’s the song Storm in the Room (2:13) from the episode of the same name.

GC13 and Sophia have a big discussion about the episodes in Steven Bomb 6 (and try to avoid speculating until next week, hard as that can be).

Don’t worry, we’ll be covering it again next week, where we put on our speculation hats and wonder both about the future and about what we’ve seen. This bomb is just too big to cover in a single episode.

Plus, the podcast is searching for new members! If you’re interested, check out our  audition information  and get to applying!

Some meta intro: A bit of a rude awakening to load the game after more than two months, only to find that some items Stealie had stolen had disappeared.  ?!?!  They were the statue, toilet, and armchair from the Goth house.  My first thought was that the swiping hadn’t been saved, but their original spots on the Goth lot are still empty, so the game must know we swiped them…Did we sell them by mistake?  No, because we’d have a lot more money if we had (the Venus statue alone is close to $1,000, and the armchair and the toilet are also at least a few hundred each).  Humph.

I loaded a previous save–the Goth goods were still there, but Stealie’s evening mooching wasn’t.  Arrrgh.  I opted to continue with this earlier save and redo the mooching, from the visit to the park to the mooching at the Frio house.  Slight headache, but oh well.  I’d rather we kept the Goth treasures and have to redo some mooching.  Retrace our steps…

Yumi was still there.  We asked the same people for money this time, but the folks in the park declined this time.  Aww, Yumi!  What happened to your love of struggling artists??

Anne Song was there this time, though, and she gave $23 and $84.  Thanks for your sympathetic simoleons, Anne.  We sure could use it.

Hank was feeling some compassion too.  “I’ve heard of the plight of starving artists like you, Stealie.  Here’s $151.”  Whoo!

Holy moolah!!  Connor and Jared, you really have outdone yourselves–and probably the rest of the town as well.  $323 in one go?  

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It's almost definitely gonna happen someday. The Switch is already insanely popular, and this game will probably hit multiple consoles.

Please just don't make the mistakes Adventure time did. Investigations was a gorgeous looking game, but it held your hand too much and was insanely boring even for little kids. The dungeoneering games were better on content and fun, but graphics were bad and very simple.
Give us a good story, a decent looking colorful game with intuitive controls, reasonably challenging, and maybe a few mini games.

Did you play Attack the Light? It was good, and this is being made by the same studio. I don't think there's much to worry about

I was going to say if it's anything like Attack the Light it should be a blast. Now that I know it's going to be developed by the same studio I am hyped up!

Did you play Hey Ice King? That game was awesome. Mostly because it was basically The Adventure of Link, but it was still fun

Doug Out ‘s ratings are in and it was seen by a total of 962,000 viewers. Here are the ratings for Cartoon Network’s premiers for yesterday:

Lion 4: Alternate Ending had a decent showing for a Monday premier these days, getting 1,007,000 viewers. Here’s how the daily premiers looked:

Aivi and Surasshu have given us another dose of Steven Universe music. This time it’s the song Storm in the Room (2:13) from the episode of the same name.

GC13 and Sophia have a big discussion about the episodes in Steven Bomb 6 (and try to avoid speculating until next week, hard as that can be).

Don’t worry, we’ll be covering it again next week, where we put on our speculation hats and wonder both about the future and about what we’ve seen. This bomb is just too big to cover in a single episode.

Plus, the podcast is searching for new members! If you’re interested, check out our  audition information  and get to applying!

Some meta intro: A bit of a rude awakening to load the game after more than two months, only to find that some items Stealie had stolen had disappeared.  ?!?!  They were the statue, toilet, and armchair from the Goth house.  My first thought was that the swiping hadn’t been saved, but their original spots on the Goth lot are still empty, so the game must know we swiped them…Did we sell them by mistake?  No, because we’d have a lot more money if we had (the Venus statue alone is close to $1,000, and the armchair and the toilet are also at least a few hundred each).  Humph.

I loaded a previous save–the Goth goods were still there, but Stealie’s evening mooching wasn’t.  Arrrgh.  I opted to continue with this earlier save and redo the mooching, from the visit to the park to the mooching at the Frio house.  Slight headache, but oh well.  I’d rather we kept the Goth treasures and have to redo some mooching.  Retrace our steps…

Yumi was still there.  We asked the same people for money this time, but the folks in the park declined this time.  Aww, Yumi!  What happened to your love of struggling artists??

Anne Song was there this time, though, and she gave $23 and $84.  Thanks for your sympathetic simoleons, Anne.  We sure could use it.

Hank was feeling some compassion too.  “I’ve heard of the plight of starving artists like you, Stealie.  Here’s $151.”  Whoo!

Holy moolah!!  Connor and Jared, you really have outdone yourselves–and probably the rest of the town as well.  $323 in one go?  



 
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