The following journal entry has been rated R for foul language. And it is NOT suitable for children/teenagers and for Christianity. Viewer discretion is advised.
TheJAMMan's house October 17th, 2016
Me: I ain't watching a PG-rated RAW, and you know what's worse? Star vs. the Forces of Evil is on hiatus!
Pauline: You want to watch an episode of Atomic Puppet?
Me: Sure, Pauline.
All right, today we are reviewing a "Halloween" episode of Atomic Puppet called: "Something Chicken", with a special guest: Pauline Bell.
Pauline: Hey, everyone!
Me: OK, Let's dive right into this frickin' thing!
The episode opens with the Felt family visiting a farm, until AP searches for a chicken to eat for his buffalo wings dinner, and then he sees... a Were-Chicken!
Pauline: What was the Puppet thinking about trying to search for a chicken for his meal? Stop it, Puppet!
Me: You're not in the episode, Pauline.
Pauline: Ugh, right.
AP: (licks his lips) Mmm. Hello, poultry! Let me just say that I'm a huge fan of buffalo wings.
Pauline: OK, Puppet is a huge fan of buffalo wings.
Me: I know, right?
And then Joey finds AP and AP tells him about the Were-Chicken and the grand opening of Rudy's Jumbo Collectors during his human days as Captain Atomic, in a flashback.
Pauline: I'm pretty sure that Puppet loves to do that in every single episode.
Then Joey takes AP home with him, and the Were-Chicken are glaring at each other, then when Abby and Joey's parents, Phil and Vivian Felt are going to the Johnsons for a night, Abby sees a Were-Chicken and calling her: "Sweetums McCuddleBeak".
AP: (gasps) it's the Were-Chicken!
Abby: I'm gonna call it: "Sweetums McCuddleBeak".
Pauline: "Sweetums McCuddleBeak"?
Me: Like Hungry Larry, the Were-Chicken (at first) is a decent character. But as for the name "Sweetums McCuddleBeak"...
So, when Joey puts Abby to bed, he puts the chicken to the garage, and then a full moon occurs, and it turns into... WHOA!!!
Pauline: That is a monster chicken!
Me: I know, right? As a matter of fact, it's a LOT better than the other Were-Chicken in The Real Ghostbusters episode: "Poultrygeist", speaking of "Ghostbusters", the following scene will be perfect for my own fan-made version of the 2016 reboot project, called: "Ghostbusters: The Next Generation" a what-was-supposed-to-be Ghostbusters 3 movie, but it was a non-profit, fan-made parody/fanfic movie.
Pauline: I know, right?
Joey: Hey, keep it down, I'm trying to put Abby to bed.
Then after Joey tells Abby to play hide n' seek and lets Abby hide under her bed, and count to a thousand, Joey and AP turn into Atomic Puppet to fight the Were-Chicken, until Abby and Joey's parents, Phil and Vivian Felt are back from The Johnsons.
Pauline: That early? Bad timing, Felt.
Meanwhile, AP saw a tag that the Were-Chicken belongs to Mintenburg Laboratories. Did you notice that AP speaks in the same accent as Dexter?
Pauline: Maybe Puppet didn't stop watching enough of Dexter's Laboratory.
Me: That may be true, Pauline.
So, Atomic Puppet sends the Were-Chicken to Mintenburg's place and then Mintenburg reveals to be... (get this) Rudy from Rudy's Jumbo Collectors! As told in AP's flashback, earlier in the episode.
Then after Mintenburg tells Atomic Puppet that he created a "Super-Sized Mega-Chicken"... to Mintenburg...
...Atomic Puppet fight the Were-Chicken in a gladiator arena, with lasers as walls. Then Atomic Puppet lets the Were-Chicken to go after Mintenburg, and then the episode ends with AP and Joey in bed without any explanation to his family about Abby. And then, an egg from the Were-Chicken starts to hatch when a full-moon occurs.
AP and Joey: Victory Pose!
Me: I hope there's gonna be a sequel.
Pauline: And I hope they'll better put me in this episode!
Me: Agree, Pauline. OK, honest thoughts on this episode... it's pretty good.
OK, aside from the explanation about what happen to Abby and the Felts, Mintenburg's real name is Rudy, AP's flashback sequence, and Pauline's absence, (the only four things that I disliked), this is an enjoyable episode, kudos to Mercury Filmworks for the animation throughout the entire series, AP is very funny puppet, and above all, like Goosebumps (2015) the movie, it's a light-hearted/fun-scary/family-friendly episode, what a perfect and delightful Halloween-esque episode/special/movie for Halloween? This one's for you.
Pauline: I agree, even if I am not in it...
Me: Zordon can you give us a score?
Zordon: Affirmative TheJAMMan, I give Something Chicken a 8 out of 10!
Me: Thank you, Pauline for joining me with his review.
Pauline: Thanks, Matthews. Bye, everyone!
Me: All right, before we end this episode, my contest is still going on, if you guys do not know what it is, I will put a link right here:
My Logo Art Contest Redux 2016Yep, I have decided to bring back this. 2016 has come to a close, I really needed a new logo, and my birthday is on the 27th, and I have decided to bring back a contest from 2012. This time, it's for my new logo for my future videos on YouTube. Now, like I said, the art goes like this:
On the left: Gwen is licking the grape jelly off of a palm of her right hand, while the jar of grape jelly is in her left.
And on the right: Carrie is holding her jar of blueberry jelly on her right hand, and she's licking her lips because Carrie has blueberry jelly all over her mouth.
And in the middle: "TheJAMMan Productions" words.
And here are the rules for this contest:
1. No Rule 34, no Rule 63, no Gender Benders, no bad drawings, no other show art (i.e., Spongebob SquarePants, My Little Pony, The Fairily OddParents, Mighty Magiswords, The Loud House, Atomic Puppet, The Simpsons, and Adventure Time among others that are not Total Drama/Ridonculous Race related are unexceptable), no traditiona
So, I want you all to have a Happy Halloween, and I will see you all next time, until then, this is TheJAMMan signing out and God bless all of you for watching. Take care.
Next time on TheJAMMan1988....
My birthday surprise review! Can you guess what it is?