I don't know if its worth posting on here, but the Scoobynatural episode actually has many similarities to the other cartoon themed episode of Supernatural. That one was based more off of Looney Toons but still possessed a great deal of similarities. There was a major character named Fred Jones, Castiel had a big part in it (he had something of a lesser role at the time), while there was no talking dog there was a talking cat (which STILL has me cracking up every time I see that scene!!! Castiel and that cat is definitely one of Supernatural's funniest moments!!! And he had two great funny moments in that episode), the cause of all the cartoonish disturbances was a character with powers (in that case, the Fred Jones of that episode) who created chaos but was also an innocent victim at the same time. The true culprit was also a regular human who manipulated the person with powers in some way to their criminal benefit. Scoobynatural it was a greedy real estate developer. That one it was Fred's doctor at a retirement home who discovered his powers and used them to begin committing bank robberies. He was stated to have been ripping the home's residents off for years before that however.
I think so anyway. The whole thing is a laugh. Castiel is much less competent as a monster hunter, its actually the episode he first asks to be trained in. They never really complete his training which results in funny jokes thrown in across the series as he tries to emulate their methods. However, his powers prove to be of great help at several points: when they find the bad guy's accomplice shot, Castiel is able to heal him which is actually the first time a glow is seen with that power. He is also able to help Sam get into Fred Jones' mind to communicate which proves crucial in stopping the problem. In that case, Fred was a powerful psychic, so powerful he could warp reality around him. He'd retreated into his mind where he lived in a sort of dreamworld based on his favorite cartoons which caused a cartoonish effect in a certain big radius around him. Bad guy discovered that and used it to rob banks and stuff by painting a hole on the side of the building, bringing Fred nearby and just walking in. He also dropped a 1-ton anvil on a security guard which is where we got to see a test of Castiel's Super Strength: he effortlessly lifted the damn thing up. After Castiel and Sam got Fred to wake up, the effects stopped and Fred telekinetically forced the bad guy to shoot himself in the head. Castiel then removed Fred's powers at his request, but it left him in a mentally damaged state which Castiel warned was a possibility.
The main ways its similar besides the ones I mentioned in the first messages are some of the gags like the talking cat. That was a scene specifically between Castiel and the cat after a senile old woman said the cat had been complaining about something so Castiel went to interrogate the cat. Didn't work though the cat called him a dumbass when he left.
I've done some research and from what I've learn 10 out of the 20 episodes have been on dvd with good quality. There's still hope for the other half. There might have been some released that haven't been known to this wiki yet, but that's mostly my guess.
Hello! I'm Patrik, and I'm representing FANDOM's Vanguard team. We're users who volunteer to help communities adopt to new technologies and features, like content portability. We've identified Scoobypedia as a high priority for introducing the Portable Infobox tool, which has a lot of benefits for your community. Rather than get into all of the metrics and numbers (though I can present some of those if you're interested), I'll keep it simple. I'd like to reproduce as much as possible the look and feel of your desktop infoboxes in global CSS, and work to update the Infobox templates themselves so that they can be accessible on any current and future platform. Maintaining them if you want to make changes should be very simple. This change will have minimal effects on the current design of infoboxes, as shown below.
If I can do this successfully for some of your most commonly used Infoboxes and present some proof of concept, can we work together to do all of them? We'd really like to get working on your community, but we would appreciate your go-ahead. Also, if you have any questions, or this is the wrong venue for this kind of a discussion, please let me know. Thanks!
I knew this was leading to something. If you expect me to do anything, I'm sorry to disappoint you, because I probably wouldn't be very good at it. I wasn't put in charge for expertise in Wikia coding. Although what is it you actually want me to do?
I think it looks fine and agree. It'd be nice to see these infoboxes at the top, but some of them have videos blocking them, so you have to scroll down just to see something that should be readily visible. But that's a different story.
If you expect me to do anything, I'm sorry to disappoint you, because I probably wouldn't be very good at it. I wasn't put in charge for expertise in Wikia coding. Although what is it you actually want me to do?
I can convert all of the infoboxes and develop the CSS. If you could simply test the drafts and approve them when they're ready, as well as keep an eye out for any errors or things that need fixing or tweaking, that would be greatly appreciated. Let me know if you have any other questions.
Unfortunately, we can't choose how people look. Daphne's not just slim, she's got a specific body shape, especially when she does that bend to one side and keeps it still. It looks very unnatural and uncomfortable, but it is what it is. And plus this is how she looks wearing a bikini.
I have a new picture of Keiko Tanaka from Big Appetite in Little Tokyo on her infobox, It doesn't have to stay, I wanted to see if you can get the same photo but in the brighter quality you usually do.