I’d be curious to know if they tried to license an actual 80s cartoon before creating one of their own (which I think was Thundar the Barbarian, if I heard correctly?). [Edit: So apparently this is a real thing that existed, which I was 100% sure it could not be. I have learned my lesson to never underestimate the nonsense capable of being generated by the 1980s.]
Clyde Watch: Okay, so here’s the thing. Obviously, I was thrilled to see Clyde—it’s been too long, and I’ve been worried, and I needed the joy Clyde brings for this busy week, in particular. However, speaking of existential struggles, I am concerned by Clyde’s lack of appreciation for T-Swift herself, Taylor Swift, as learned through Sherlock’s study of his listening preferences. To fundamentally dismiss her entire catalog is the kind of rash, judgmental statement that I thought Clyde was above, and this has thusly thrown my entire assessment of his character into disarray. I’ve tried to overcome this by writing this entire review while listening to one of Clyde’s favorite songs, “Free To Be You And Me”; however, despite the song’s thematically appropriate appeals to the value of individual freedoms, I find myself concerned that Clyde and I are not as compatible as I originally thought. Has he heard “All Too Well?” Has he seen her Tumblr? We need to talk about this, Clyde.
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