SmuttyCat is excited. Cartoon Network and DC Entertainment are bringing on a super mash-up. This time it’s Looney Tunes meets Justice League with Bugs as ‘Super Rabbit’!
Don’t you just love it? SmuttyCat guesses DC and Cartoon Network have taken note of the popularity of the great mash-ups at Disney. Phineas and Ferb have met the Avengers and Star Wars. Both with great results.
Bugs Bunny is one of the favorite heroes of classic cartoons. But he is in quite a pickle this time. Check out the trailer below and be sure to catch the episode today, August 31 at 6:30 EST. And give us a shout to let us know what you think of the trailer.
The petition to officially allocate resources to build a Death Star has been classily declined by the Whitehouse. Great reasons were outlined such as cost, current space programs, and feasibility, but Smutty is quite suspicious of the timing of this petition.
After all, Disney recently acquired the Star Wars franchise, and now there is a request for a Death Star??? Smutty thinks there is something funny going on. Perhaps we need some recent photos of the Disney CEO. Has there been a hostile takeover? Hmm…
Well, at least the Whitehouse has shown their openness to alternative and gentler weapons with this video of the President launching the dreaded Marshmallow Cannon.
Smutty found some great Sci-Fi to veg out on. When you need a stay-cation for the weekend or just need to spend quality time with your pet, try out some of these. If you haven’t seen them from the beginning, use a streaming service or the network web site to go back and catch up on episodes.
Star Wars Clone Wars *FAMILY FRIENDLY*
The very notion of Sci-Fi comes from both Star Trek and Star Wars. These two franchises set the gold standard for the type. Clone Wars has stunning visuals and is set between the second and third Star Wars movies . It follows Jedi knights Obi-Wan Kenobi and Anakin Skywalker in their roles as generals of the Clone Wars. Shared adventures take them across worlds both familiar and not, fighting with the clone army in battles against the Separatists, and other foes old and new.
The show provides a glimpse into never-before-seen parts of the Star Wars universe, and like the movies is a great family shared adventure.
Currently airing on SyFy, Alphas is about a group of seemingly normal people who have superpowers, called Alpha abilities, like heightened senses, strength and the ability to see communications signals as streams of data.
Along with their psychologist, Dr. Rosen, they’re employed by the government as part of a secret program to track down criminal Alphas. It starts out as a by-the-books superhero tale and quickly becomes an intriguing mix of secret agendas, questionable loyalties, and surprising twists that’ll have you wondering who the bad guys are.
A tale of invasion set after alien overlords have decimated most of the human race, leaving only a few pockets of resistance struggling to fight back. The series focuses on one group in particular, a mixture of civilians and military from Massachusetts.
The greatness of the show plays off of the human drama that unfolds among the survivors rather than massive special effects battle sequences.
Futurama – *NOT FOR KIDS*
A hilarious series following the misadventures of an intergalactic delivery company called Planet Express. The central character, Philip J. Fry, is a regular pizza-eating, beer-drinking everyman from the 20th century who gets cryogenically frozen and wakes up in the 31st century.
He find himself in one crazy situation after another, along with his very decrepit great nephew Professor Farnsworth, a headstrong cyclops named Leela, an alcoholic robot named Bender, and a whole host of other oddballs. While not for the whole family, this is great fun for not sensitive adults.
Smutty was quite alarmed to learn that a satellite was falling out of the sky. Even more alarming was that idea that there was a good chance that Smutty might be hit by some debris from the satellite. But, good news, the bad satellite missed Smutty and everyone he knows.
Apparently no one was hurt by sky garbage and all is right with the world.
Among the many things to come out of all this hoopla is a Star Trek/Star Wars type phone app that let humans track the satellite while it was falling. Smutty thinks this is hilarious. Imagine being hit by space garbage while Tweeting it on your cell phone. Not a good way to go.
Cats and dogs don’t need a cell phone app to tell them to hide under the nearest bed or chair. Pets can sense when there is a problem with the sky and they dive for cover. So next time there is danger coming from the sky, don’t look at your cell phone, watch your pet. They will show you what to do.