1. If there was ever another Winnie The Pooh series, I'd want Chris Gilligan involved. He's the supervising director for Goldie And Bear, and is currently the supervising director for TOTS. They're both shows with a light-hearted, innocent feel to them much like with Pooh.
I saw something interesting on Twitter that's worth discussing. While many kids shows have loosened up in having LGBTQ main/recurring characters in kids shows (a few examples include Steven Universe on Cartoon Network, Loud House on Nickelodeon, She Ra And The Princesses Of Power on Netflix...
And the winner of this matchup is "A Muppet Family Christmas", which got 2 votes. "Sesame Street Celebrates Around The World" has 1 world. The next matchup is royalty crossovers. We have "Hercules And The Arabian Nights" & "Elena And The Secret Of Avalor".
And so this matchup is a tie, with 1 vote each. I'll be the tiebreaker. The Jetsons/WWE movie moves to the next round. The next matchup is for Muppet Winter Holiday Crossovers. It's between A Muppet Family Christmas and Sesame Street Celebrates Around The World.
the winner of this matchup is Scooby Doo And WWE: Curse Of The Speed Demon, which got 3 votes. Scooby Doo: WrestleMania Mystery got 1 vote. The next matchup is Hanna Barbera And WWE Crossovers Written By Jed Elinoff And Scott Thomas.
the winner of this matchup is The Phineas And Ferb Effect, which got 4 votes. Teen Titans Go Vs Teen Titans got 1 vote. The next matchup is Scooby Doo/WWE crossovers. It's between Scooby Doo: WrestleMania Mystery and its sequel Scooby Doo And WWE: Curse Of The Speed Demon.
And the winner of this matchup is "Phineas And Ferb: Star Wars" with 2 votes. "Phineas And Ferb: Mission Marvel" got nothing. The next matchup is "save the world" crossovers. It's between "The Phineas And Ferb Effect" and Teen Titans Go Vs Teen Titans.
And the winner is "Legends" , which got 3 votes. "GUTS Busters" got 2 votes. The next matchup is Phineas And Ferb hosted crossovers. The matchup here is between Phineas And Ferb: Mission Marvel and Phineas And Ferb: Star Wars.
When it comes to Roosevelt Franklin on Sesame Street, the puppeteer is also the puppeteer for Lefty The Salesman while the voice is provided by someone from Gordon's family. He was originally voiced by Matt Robinson (the original actor to play Gordon) and puppeteered by Frank Oz. For the 50th anniversary, he was voiced by Chris Knowings (who plays Gordon's nephew Chris) and puppeteered by Ryan Dillon.
The winner is Quack Pack, with 4 votes. Sky Pirates In The Sky got 1 vote. The next matchup is Nickelodeon game show crossovers. We have "GUTS Busters" (a Sanjay And Craig episode guest starring GUTS) and The Loud House episode "Legends" (with Legends Of The Hidden Temple).
Does anyone find it a bit strange that Misty Lee has co-written 2 Scooby Doo productions (the Abracadabra Doo movie and the Spooky Scarecrow) and yet she's never done any voice acting in Scooby Doo? The former is especially strange since it's about stage magic, and she's also known for being a talented stage magician. On a related note, she should definitely voice Zatanna sometime in the future. It's easy casting.
The winner is "ScoobyNatural" due to getting 2 votes. "Halloween Night At The Museum" got 1 vote. The next matchup is Billy And Mandy crossovers. We have "Modern Primitives" (with Fred Flintstone) and Grim Adventures Of The KND (with Codename Kids Next Door).
The winner is "Let's Meet Sonic", which got 3 votes. "Monster Party" got 1 vote. The next matchup is animated crossovers with live action shows. This time it's between "Halloween Night At The Museum" (Ultimate Spiderman & Jessie) and ScoobyNatural (Supernatural & Scooby Doo).
So, I'm not sure where I should mention, but I want to talk about it. I was trying to update episode 2 of TOTS and episode 17 of The Rocketeer with Tara Strong and Steve Blum's respective credits (Tara as The Adorable Meter and Precious's Mother and Steve as Ivan The Strongman and the Ringmaster) on IMDb, but they're never accepted. What should I do?
So, we have a tie here, with "Into The Hundred Acre Wood" and "Quack Pack" getting 2 votes each. I'll be tiebreaker. I pick Quack Pack. Now we have the last matchup of round 4, which is between "Phineas And Ferb: Star Wars" and "Scooby Doo And Batman: The Brave And The Bold".
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