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Things. Just many, many things. Also, look at my cat :D
Vwoosh.
October/5/11
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Disney just announced a slew of movies set for a theatrical 3D re-release, similar to the recent presentation of The Lion King. Mark your calendars for the following titles:Beauty and the Beast: January 13, 2012
Finding Nemo: September 14, 2012
Monsters, Inc: January 18, 2012
The Little Mermaid: September 13, 2013
[source and official Disney press release]
October/4/11
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Disney’s Animator’s Collection dolls are now out!
October/4/11
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This is beyond beautiful…. Glen Keane creates magic
September/23/11
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Disney Divas
September/21/11
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Is that made of play-do? BRILLIANT!
September/20/11
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September/17/11
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Arista
September/14/11
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Lady Villains Flats
September/12/11
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Macabre Disney Ladies by Anwar Rafiee
September/8/11
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I want my dolls… I still dont know what Im gonna do
September/8/11
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August/26/11
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My favourite song EVER.
Yes, I prefer the reprise. I always do :)
August/23/11
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August/21/11
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June/2/10
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Cue rolling of the eyes.

In the episode “Heroes” of the Little Mermaid television series, Apollo, hero of the Octopian Wars (against octopus merman, in the style of Ursula), comes home to Atlantica. Ariel, aka, the Little Mermaid, who adores this brave and noble hero/explorer, sets off with Apollo in search of Valhalla, the “land of heroes.” When they get there some Viking mermen, capture the trio (Apollo, Ariel and Flounder) and set them up against Maleficent. True story. (Except, the dragon who lacks both gills and fins/tails, is never reffered to as Maleficent.)

This however leads up to the best line (not that there’s much competition) in the entire epsiode.

"Where does he get all that courage from?"

"I dunno. Maybe it’s the heroic music."

Gotta love self-referential humour.

Anyways. The trio then ride back to Atlantica, where Ursula and the Octopans have been causing trouble, and save the day with Maleficent’s fire breathing skills. Underwater.

I think the writer’s never got the memo: Less is more.

Not only that, but then I watched another episode, where the Royal Family holiday at a resort in the north pole. Ariel finds a stegosaurus, tyrannosaurus rex, two brontosaurus… (what’s the plural?) and a triceratops. (It’s like Tarzan, there happens to be lions, panthers, elephants, monkeys, gorillas and cannibal African tribes all in one area). Ariel “borrows” daddy’s trident, and thaws them out - only to have them go rampaging underwater (despite being cold-blooded in arctic waters, AND again having NO gills), destroying the resort. The day is saved thanks to a humphback whale (who has mysteriously grown teeth) named Humphrey, who gives the t-rex a good beating, and the King himself, who uses his trident to recreate the natural habitat of the dinosaurs, allowing them to live out their lives in peace. I mean, WTF?

Sometimes I wonder why I continue to watch this show (courtesy of Playhouse Disney), but I really have No Idea.