Frisky Dingo, no. Metalocalypse, yes.

Frisky Dingo qualifies as one of the strangest, unusual, and frankly uninteresting shows on Cartoon Network.  It’s just dumb, and not in a good way.  Aqua Teen Hunger Force is silly and dumb in a good way, and I admit that it’s an acquired taste, but there is definite genius behind the sarcastic and mostly insane humor. Frisky Dingo exists merely to make people stupider.

Metalocalypse, on the other hand, is pure freakin’ genius. The first season comes out like… tomorrow or something.  If anyone feels some wild compulsive need to buy me something, buying me that first season of The Greatest Show Cartoon Network Has Ever Aired should be at the top of the list.  Oh yes, the most metal of metal shows has just started a new season, and it is simply the most retardedly metal experience freakin’ evah!  But seriously, it’s another one of those ‘acquired tastes’, like so many shows on that sweet, sweet Network. Hey, you’ll never know if you like it if you never try it.

Oh, and there’s more.  I’ve been watching lots of movies recently, since Shaunna’s running amok in Scotland.  There’s a movie, “Vacancy”, that is so horrible I can’t believe it exists.  Luke Wilson and Kate Beckinsale (whose name I thought was “Beckinsdale” until this movie, and whom I can’t believe is in this movie – she must be hard up for money or something) are travelers who take a road trip (of course), get lost because they ‘got off the interstate’ (of course), end up in the middle of nowhere (of course), where their car breaks down for unknown reasons (of course) and they end up staying at a mysterious motel in the middle of nowhere.  Needless to say, the motel’s owners have murderous intent (don’t they all?) and a rollicking adventure of survival ensues.  Unfortunately (for the people watching the movie) it seems that the screenwriter decided that the twist to the movie would be that there would be no twist.  Clever, right?