10 Rejected Disney TV Shows


10. Mess Hall. A family, due to money issues, has to live in a sleep away camp. They suffer through mosquitos, uncomfortable beds, and other assorted miseries.

9. Squirrels! When Joe turns into a squirrel, his family must help him cope.

8. Doof! Phineas and Ferb spin-off, comprised of nothing but Dr. Doofenshmirtz’s rambling. (Actually, this one would be pretty good.)

7. Waiting Room. In this show, a family with money issues has to live in a hospital.

6. Vaudeville Village. Set after the ending of Wizards of Waverly Place, this show focuses on everything that ever happened, from Harper’s point of view. Plus, it’s a musical!

5. Baby High School Musical!! Cartoon versions of baby Troy, Sharpay, and Gabriella sing about life, including playdates, playground, and potty-training. Will Forte guest-stars as the monster who lives under the bed.

4. All About Eddie. This is a spin-off of Lab Rats entirely focused on Eddie, the artificial intelligence. (I would watch this, too.)

3. Madison Hall. A school, with High School musical references and singing. WAIT…THIS IS ACTUALLY REAL!!!!!! Disney, get an original idea.

2. 15 Pebble. In this teen version of 30 Rock, teenagers team up to form a comedy sketch show. Tina Fey guests stars as  herself, wanting to sue them even though 30 Rock is ending soon.

1. Dog With A Blog. A family has two completely different siblings. Also, their dog can talk and has a blog. Just a second…THIS IS REAL, TOO!!! Disney, forget what I said about getting original shows. Just cancel everything, except for Gravity Falls and Phineas and Ferb. Also, bring back Mickey’s House of Mouse. 

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The Very First Ad For Miscellaneous Soup (Coming For Real on the Seventeenth of Limburger)


Timmy: Hi, Joe. ]

Joe: Hi, Timmy. Guess what?

Timmy: What?

Joe: I just read this cool blog! It has poems, stories, and witty humor!

Timmy: Cool! What’s it called?

Joe: It’s called “Jokes For Folks”. Check for it on WordPress.

Miscellaneous Soup Fairy: (appears in a puff of smoke) Hi, kids! Wouldn’t you rather go on THIS blog? It’s called Miscellaneous Soup! We have….humor and random things.

Joe: That’s stupid.

Timmy: I don’t get the name.

Miscellaneous Soup Fairy: Fine, then. How about working here?

Timmy: How much is the salary?

Miscellaneous Soup: Salary…What is this “salary?
Joe: Benefits?

Miscellaneous Soup Fairy: Huh? What are those?

Joe: So, basically, Miscellaneous Soup is horrible blog?

Miscellaneous Soup Fairy: (disappears)

Announcer: Miscellaneous Soup! It’s…uh….unique!

Green Thumb’s Column: The Amazing Spider-Man-Nintendo DS


I am not the best at video games, so I expected this to be a challenge. My goal was to finish The Amazing Spider-Man in a month or two. If I’m not lucky, a year. Instead, I finished it in less than two days. The plot is pretty good, but it seems more like an episode of a Spider-Man tv show than a video game plot. Previous games (Shattered Dimensions, Edge of TIme) had puzzles. The only puzzle in this game is a simple challenge of avoiding electrified walls. Finally, the game I am referring to is the Nintendo DS version of The Amazing Spider-Man. If you are hoping that some of the characters from other version of this game are in here, such as Vermin, the Rhino, the Black Cat, and Nattie, then you are mistaken. You can only spot references to Vermin and the Black Cat in Daily Bugle headlines. Speaking of things that are not included, you can NOT visit Peter Parker’s apartment, collect vintage Spider-Man issues, or special suits, 50th anniversary or otherwise.