I decided to check out the slightly revamped Cartoon Network site and ended up discovering that Angelo Rules’s second season is there in its entirety, save for the three half hour episodes. I did not know this.
I originally watched it on my OnDemand and it only had the first half of the season on it, so to see the rest of it save for three episodes is pretty cool.
Well nevermind, at least one of the half hour episodes are there. Maybe I just have no idea how many episodes season 2 actually has.

I decided to check out the slightly revamped Cartoon Network site and ended up discovering that Angelo Rules’s second season is there in its entirety, save for the three half hour episodes. I did not know this.

I originally watched it on my OnDemand and it only had the first half of the season on it, so to see the rest of it save for three episodes is pretty cool.

Well nevermind, at least one of the half hour episodes are there. Maybe I just have no idea how many episodes season 2 actually has.

lreynajr:

Cartoon Network, in its vast wisdom, decided the best way to advertise a medium as rich as animation is to ditch the visuals and replace them with a bunch of unfunny quotes. This isn’t the first time CN has done this. This originated back to 2006 with the "I Pooted" billboards. Amid Amidi of Cartoon Brew had a great quote regarding this type of marketing campaign and it’s sadly still relevant today.

Isn’t it ironic that a network specializing in cartoons – that most visual of art forms – has chosen to promote its product by highlighting the dialogue in its cartoons? That says far more than I could ever say about the visual entertainment value – or lack of – in the shows that they currently produce.

Finally finished watching all the episodes of season 2 of Angelo Rules.Or most anyway, there’s supposed to be a few half hour episodes that aren’t there, along with a few other ones like the episode where Tracy crashes Lola’s slumber party and Angelo has to fake a haunting to get her out.I least I got to watch a good chunk of season 2 in any case, better that than nothing at all.

Finally finished watching all the episodes of season 2 of Angelo Rules.

Or most anyway, there’s supposed to be a few half hour episodes that aren’t there, along with a few other ones like the episode where Tracy crashes Lola’s slumber party and Angelo has to fake a haunting to get her out.

I least I got to watch a good chunk of season 2 in any case, better that than nothing at all.

So I just discovered that Season 2 of Angelo Rules finally showed up on my OnDemand. All 26 episodes in English and gorgeous HD.I’ve only seen one episode to check it out and I love it so far, the voices seem a bit different but that’s alright.One thing I noticed is that they changed the teacher’s niece’s name from Gladys to Tracy. This isn’t really a problem since a lot of other characters had name changes, but I don’t know, she doesn’t really look like a Tracy.Doesn’t really matter though, I’m still going to be watching the hell out of this.

So I just discovered that Season 2 of Angelo Rules finally showed up on my OnDemand. All 26 episodes in English and gorgeous HD.

I’ve only seen one episode to check it out and I love it so far, the voices seem a bit different but that’s alright.

One thing I noticed is that they changed the teacher’s niece’s name from Gladys to Tracy. This isn’t really a problem since a lot of other characters had name changes, but I don’t know, she doesn’t really look like a Tracy.

Doesn’t really matter though, I’m still going to be watching the hell out of this.

The Scraps mini was the very first Lalaloopsy anything that I ever got, so I thought it was only fitting to go ahead and get her full-size doll too.

The Scraps mini was the very first Lalaloopsy anything that I ever got, so I thought it was only fitting to go ahead and get her full-size doll too.

I’m a sucker for obscure stop-motion cartoons.

I’m a sucker for obscure stop-motion cartoons.