Posted on February 27, 2013 by Keval
The Nickelodeon Upfront 2013 sucked yesterday, but that doesn’t mean today can’t be a better day. In order to help lighten the mood on this dreary Wednesday afternoon, enjoy 30 seconds of YouTube epicness: The Harlem Shake – Korra Edition.
Just to ensure that you’re prepared for what you’re about to witness, here is a rundown of what each character is doing:
- Lin Beifong is punching the living sh*t out of Amon.
- Korra and Mako are sort of “grinding”.
- Jinora is humping the air in a sleeping bag.
- Ikki is waving her hands in the air.
- Bolin is torquing while doing a hand stand.
- Asami is waving her hands in the air.
- Meelo is fart bending across the screen.
- Tenzin is doing something that’s too inappropriate to… well, just watch it:
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Posted on February 24, 2013 by Keval
Events like the San-Diego Comic-Con are popular because they are televised – they draw ratings. People from all around the world tune in each year to witness the new direction the entertainment industry takes. Will Microsoft smash the competition and put Sony to shame again? Will the Avengers 2 be making its debut in the summer as expected? Events like Comic-Con are for us, the fans.
But what about events such as Upfronts? Cartoon Network recently had their Upfront, and now Nickelodeon will have their Upfront on the 26th. Is it really a big deal that I never even knew what an “Upfront” was until a few weeks ago?
No, not at all. Why? Upfronts aren’t even meant for our viewing.
Mike DiMartino recently explained that the only way people were able to watch the Upfront last year was via a stream that might have come out after the show was over. The reason why the Nickelodeon Upfront 2013 is not televised is because Nickelodeon does not expect us to watch it. They aren’t concerned about the ratings because the event is not meant for us.
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