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8-09-2010 @ 6:24PM
I really don't like to be negative, but I was tremendously underwhelmed by this. I'm not sure what the target audience for this material is, but this style of humor reminds me of things I laughed at in cartoons as a young child.With so much time and effort already put into the series, I wish the producers well, but their pilot episode doesn't give me any desire to follow this on a daily basis (especially with video ads that are almost as long as the ROFLBear video itself). I will check back over the next few days to give them the benefit of the doubt, but I am not impressed with what I see so far.I do like the look of the mailbox though.
8-13-2010 @ 11:22AM
I doubt anyone is still browsing comments on this post a week out, but who knows.True to my word, I watched the first 5 episodes of ROFLBear each day this week. Today's episode surprised me by having actual words in it (in the form of the ToC theme song), and it appeared to have considerably more thought put into it. However, I still can't get into the series. Sorry.
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