The hit sitcom Community had an evil presence haunting the students of Greendale Community College. This phantom would sneak behind an unsuspecting victim with a quarter in hand. Once that victim's butt crack is visible, the phantom would drop his coin in the crack. The name of this sinister being is the Ass-Crack Bandit.
No one is immune to stress. We all have our days where we worry. There are days where we fear the worst. All those things can affect one's mental health, which is just as important as physical health. But do you know what the best medicine for an anxious mind is? Music! Music can boost our moods and lift our spirits. The right song can make a massive difference when we feel anxiety. So, I've compiled a playlist that is suited for calming down the nerves.
One of the most classic Nickelodeon shows of the nineties was Hey Arnold. Every child fell in love with that football headed kid, including Helga G. Pataki. She was Arnold's angry bully who secretly had a crush on him. The show may not have been called Hey Helga, but the character was lovable enough to her own storylines. This is my list of the top ten best Helga episodes from Hey Arnold.
The 2010's were a roller coaster of a decade for music. Billboard charts have evolved from DJ infused bangers to indie inspired melodies. Amazingly, many artists dominating the streaming playlists of this time were females. Ten singers, in particular, have defined such a tumultuous decade. Let's celebrate them now!
Some may say that the true masters of Christmas are Santa Claus and Frosty the Snowman, but the real masters are Arthur Rankin and Jules Bass. Their stop-motion holiday specials are seen by millions of families every year in December. Watching these beloved cartoons is a mandatory tradition, like singing carols and eating candy canes. To celebrate Rankin and Bass's creation, let's look at the top five best specials.
We have seen a plethora of Disney classics get the live-action treatment, including Beauty and the Beast, Aladdin, and The Lion King (well that was sort of live-action). These films made bank at the box office due to the childhood nostalgia coming to life. However, one could argue that the remakes don't deserve to get by on nostalgia alone. Most of the remakes appear to be photocopies of their animated counterparts. Some viewers love that, others are upset by the lack of originality. With all that in mind, there are some Disney animated tales that I hope do not get the live-action treatment.