Re: OT: sponge burning!
Hal Vaughan wrote:
> Not to argue much on such a subject, but not quite. The local line up
> changed from the national one at times, but Gargoyles was on for
> 1995-1997 only and was removed after that, while the entire thing
> continued for 2 more years and 2 more shows were added. Also,
> Gargoyles was popular enough for them to order a 2nd run of 52
> episodes, which is a big deal and Disney even went beyond that with the
> third season and broke their long standing rule of stopping at 65
> episodes. That only happened for a few episodes (like "Duck Tales").
Huh, interesting. Did any of those series have a coherent story arc? They
all seemed to just trail off.
> And, yes, I'm interested in doing some animation production when my
> studio is up and running. There's a reason I track some things like
> this. Believe it or not, I do have a life.
I'm just a furry fan. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Furry_fandom You might
check out news://alt.fan.furry sometime if you're interested.