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Joey: Hey Yugi, how come everything looks different in this episode?

Yugi: Actually Joey, this is a movie based on Yu-Gi-Oh Season 0.

Joey: There was a Season 0? How come I never knew about it?

Yugi: It only aired in Japan because it was super violent and depressingly bad.
"I don't understand why [my MUGEN website] still hasn't died even now. They mock me by denying me access to it (I never figured out why, and I don't really care anymore), and then not getting rid of it even after all these years. Ugh, I wish this relic of my past would fucking die in a fire already....."
BB Hood (not that one), a MUGEN creator.
"This cartoon is pretty old. It was the first cartoon we ever made. Homestar is not very funny and neither is Strong Bad. They are mere shadows of the men they have become. This cartoon has not been on the site for many months, but we have had several requests (from our Dad) to put it back. So here it is. Consider yourselves warned."
Marshmallow's Last Stand's "FBI Warning".
"I know it's an artistic cliche, but every time I look at my past work, I want to projectile vomit."
"Sometimes, you have to take a nasty shit before you take a better shit."

Ah, yes, I wrote the "Purple Cow,"

I'm Sorry, now, I wrote it;

But I can tell you, Anyhow

I'll Kill you if you Quote it!
Gelett Burgess, Confession: and a Portrait Too, Upon a Background that I Rue
"Not since the British raided Cologne had so many bombs landed in such a small space in such a short time."
Rod Serling, on his early writing career.

 Jonathan Ross: Alright, we've established - John can act. John can sing. John can push a dog in a pram. He's got his own not-particularly-well-crafted action figure. He can sing, and so on and so forth. But can he choose the right movies to be in?

(Beat)

John Barrowman: ...Oh, SHIT.

"I'll tell you the last time I really cried was at the premiere of 'Batman and Robin.' They were real tears because I realized that that might be the end of my career and I might have brought down the franchise along with it."
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