Seen a little GF and SU with my nephew, never saw Rick & Morty only because “everybody says” I’d love it. That automatically turns me off because I’d have a superfan that won’t leave me be. [I know that’s dumb] I was impressed with GF. It treats viewers intelligently and was complicated enough to be quality. SU had that great fusion song. Amazing. Also, “SU dances to everything ” was a FANTASTIC Vine thing (I collected them in two Youtube compilations). But I liked the GF fandom better tbh. So I don’t know enough to stand on the hill BUT enough to understand the hill.

Seen a little GF and SU with my nephew, never saw Rick & Morty only because “everybody says” I’d love it. That automatically turns me off because I’d have a superfan that won’t leave me be. [I know that’s dumb]

I was impressed with GF. It treats viewers intelligently and was complicated enough to be quality.

SU had that great fusion song. Amazing. Also, “SU dances to everything ” was a FANTASTIC Vine thing (I collected them in two Youtube compilations).

But I liked the GF fandom better tbh. So I don’t know enough to stand on the hill BUT enough to understand the hill.

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I admire intelligent kids programming. It’s rare. Adventure Time seemed intelligent. Amazing World of Gumball’s multiple levels of subversive content blew my mind.

I’m not knocking Spongebob. It’s in a class by itself. But for come-and-go programming… well, that’s my stand.

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