Ladies and Gentlemen, young and old, I present to you…

The Dance of Napoleon Dynamite.

Napoleon Dynamite faces torture in the form of Uncle Rico’s ‘time machine’!

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Screams the Short Round Kid Far And Shrill:
NO MORE PARACHUTES EVER!!!!

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Screams the Short Round Kid Far And Shrill:

NO MORE PARACHUTES EVER!!!!

So speaks the Crazy Healthy Samurai in his native tongue:

They will know the taste of defeat./Karera wa haiboku no aji o shitte iru.

What is this stop mo ant with a human face from the Outer Limits called?

What is this stop mo ant with a human face from the Outer Limits called?

If a theatrical big screen Samurai Jack feature film would ever finally become a reality, an actuality and a fact someday…

And even if I do work on such a big screen Samurai Jack feature film that may finally send Jack back to the past so he can ‘undo the future that is Aku’, I hope and I wish they could open the theatrical big screen Samurai Jack movie with a prologue sequence in which-shortly after Samurai Jack was born—his dad and mom, The Japanese Emperor and Empress, gathers together the leaders of all the world’s great peoples, and in a great United Nations (or U.N.)-like council meeting, they devise a plan that will prepare the Japanese Emperor’s son for the ultimate battle against the ultimate evil that is Aku, if in case Aku will ever be freed from his jailhouse—a prologue as visually and emotionally powerful an epic opening scene as those for 1994’s The Lion King and 2008’s The Dark Knight, even if the music for that opening Samurai Jack movie prologue sequence idea of mine should evoke Samurai Jack’s traditional Japanese heritage from the very first opening frame.

I also hope and wish that such a prologue could be animated first—even as a self contained sequence that is to be separate from the rest of the Samurai Jack movie—and sorta like the opening scenes for Lion King and Dark Knight, such a prologue/opening scene for a Samurai Jack big screen movie could be released early—mnoths before the opening release of the Samurai Jack big screen feature film itself—and thus create invaluable buzz.

So, what do you think of that idea for an opening scene/prologue for, say, a big screen Samurai Jack movie?

For TimBoxReloaded Tumblr Post #1,776, wanna see something of a scary early Halloween treat, do you?

Well, here is Dee Dee’s Asian friend Lee Lee having a frightening vision of Dexter’s rival Mandark, who, in my dream project Dexter’s Odyssey, turns out to be basically Sauron from Lord of the Rings!

Don’t go there Dee Dee!

Well, what do you think of this early Halloween treat brought to you by yours truly?

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In this clip from the Dexter’s Laboratory episode Techno Turtle (1997), Dee Dee introduces Birdie the Turtle to her black and Asian friends Mee Mee and Lee Lee.

I personally wish Mee Mee and Lee Lee should have return to Dexter’s Laboratory.

I also personally wish Dee Dee and her friends Mee Mee and Lee Lee should get their own [epic] adventures (apart from or other than G.I.R.L. Squad to say the least!).

Or how about this:

Dee Dee, Mee Mee and Lee Lee should embark on an epic adventure or epic journey of sorts—LOTR-style, possibly!

One of my ideas goes something like this:

That Rudyard Kipling’s famous dictum of “East is East and West is West and never the twain shall meet" deserves to be forgiven because the Eastern World (whether it be India, China, Korea, Japan or even the Near/Middle East) is demonstrating to the Western World (whether it be The United States or even Europe) that their true enemy may not be each other, but rather the threat of corruption as well as the threat of conquest and enslavement by an ancient dark power sorta like this one:

So what do you think of my idea?

This is the part in the prologue to Peter Jackson’s Lord of the Rings The Fellowship of the Ring (2001) that really catches my eye:

The part where Isildur cuts off the One Ring from Sauron’s hand.

"Sauron, the enemy of the free people of Middle-earth was defeated."