Old blog archive: 12 January 2003

(New update, as of Friday night. I’m stuck at work till 8 PM nightly, and it’s never busy Friday nights, so I made the best use of my time. O:o) )

So who else set their alarms for some ungodly hour and woke up to watch “The Quest” on Cartoon Network early this morning? My parents weren’t too happy about that–my dad is a light sleeper, and he woke up and noticed the light from the TV (especially since they use such bright and vivid imagery) and came down to have a look. ^^; Ah well, I certainly could’ve been doing worse things than watching PoDW at 4 AM, right? 😛

We’ve got a big-screen TV, and it’s been many years since I’ve watched PoDW on it–wow. Sooooo nice. It almost had the Lion King IMAX feel to it–with that, you could see the pencil lines, see how they subtly altered from cel to cel–and you could kind of see it on our TV, too. Not quite to that extent, but you definitely could see a lot more detail. It made it more interesting to watch.

And our VCR setup won’t let us tape them. :o( I’ll have to wait till “Victory” comes on and get my best friend to tape it for me starting from then (so I can have 4 episodes to a tape, without jumping around in the chronology between tapes–I’ve got some old un-subtitled VKLL Sailormoon SuperS tapes back from when I was a huge Sailormoon fan that have just been sitting there collecting dust, so I’m going to just tape over those).

Busy day ahead, better sign off now…

One Response to “Old blog archive: 12 January 2003

  • Fidelia Papin
    6 years ago

    For the first few years of Cartoon Network’s existence, programming meant for Cartoon Network would also be simulcast on TBS and/or TNT in order to increase the shows’ (and Cartoon Network’s) exposure; examples include The Real Adventures of Jonny Quest, Cartoon Planet, and 2 Stupid Dogs.”

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