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Making fun of your internet friends like


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we live in a world where pizza gets to your house before the police.

That’s because the pizza guy has consequences if his job is done incorrectly.

Oh snap

shots fired

but not by the pizza guy


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*When people talk about their pathetic lives in class*


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Alright. We need to have a serious talk about this.

Why do current TV networks think that children are stupid?

I can’t be the only one who’s noticed this and I really hope that I’m not the only one who’s angry about this. Why are so many shows on Nickelodeon and Disney Channel putting out a bunch of colorful nonsense that will keep children occupied? Some of the shows on these lists are alright, some are bad, and some are downright terrible. In my opinion (and it seems like this is backed up by the ratings) there are only two good shows from these two channels: Legend of Korra and Gravity Falls. But we’ll get to those two in a minute.

Again, this isn’t saying that every show these two companies produce is bad. This is to acknowledge that…well…a lot of them are. And in my opinion, it comes down to two things:

  • ·     Either the creators/writers/studios don’t understand children
  • ·     Or…The creators/writers/studios have stopped caring

And I honestly don’t know which bullet it worse. But it seems to be true in a lot of these cases. The creators of many of these shows don’t seem to understand children at all. Which brings me back to my first question: Why do they think that children are stupid?

After all, that’s what they’re putting on the air. Stupid, pointless, nonsense that’s almost insulting. Do they not understand that children are intelligent? Do they not understand that children love being challenged? Do they not understand that children love shows that can make them think, that can make them feel, that treat them like their intelligent, etc.?

Do they not understand that children love shows like Legend of Korra and Gravity Falls?

These two shows are fantastic! Absolutely fantastic! Do they have their flaws? Sure. But man, do they pull through in the end. These two shows know that children aren’t merely dumb sacks of meat that need to be entertained for a few hours. These shows aren’t afraid to take risks and to be mature. Because they know that children can take it. They know that children are brilliant. These shows have amazing messages. Legend of Korra…I have never seen a show with greater themes than Avatar and Legend of Korra. Themes about philosophy, morality, friendship, family, death, life, etc. And Gravity Falls has some pretty amazing themes too. Both shows have their lighter, funnier, moments but when they want to be mature, they don’t hold back. They don’t sugar-coat things. They don’t treat children like they’re idiots. Why do I keep repeating that? Because it’s important! Children are not idiots! Children are brilliant and they deserve to have shows that are just as brilliant as they are! Like Legend of Korra and Gravity Falls.

And the creators/writers/actors/animators behind these two shows put in the effort. They care. They care so much. (In the case of Legend of Korra, they probably care a bit too much which is really disheartening when the studio throws them under the bus but I digress.) They put so much time and effort into their shows. Because they know that their shows stand for something more than just something that you can stick your kid in front of for a few hours.

They stand for so much more…

And I’m really glad to see that out of every single current programming that’s on these two channels, these two shows have the highest ratings. Because they’ve earned them. This is what children want to see, folks. I’ve listed all of the reasons, but honestly it comes down to this:

Children want shows that aren’t going to insult their intelligence.

Now, does every other show on Nickelodeon and Disney Channel insult children’s intelligence? No. (Although I have seen intriguing studies which shows that Spongebob might actually do this literally. Seriously, type Spongebob IQ into Google. Fascinating, isn’t it?) But I think it’s safe to say that these two studios might not be focusing on the right shows. And it might even be safe to say that some studios are focusing on the wrong shows.

Either these studios really don’t understand children. Or they’ve stopped caring.

Or both.

And that’s depressing.

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