Enh. Not sure I'm really fond of ranking things like this. Not when they're part of the same canon. Think it's better just to take a story as a whole.
What? No, they did a great job! Yes, there were times when she could have figured more prominently, but come on, there are a LOT of characters in this show! They have to devote time to everyone, and I think that Peridot's continuing arc is one of the most unique and appealing that I've ever seen in any cartoon show!
Tough call. I'll have to wait to see the movie before deciding....
Well, it's a pretty good moral, all things considered. Sure, it doesn't always work out that way in real life, and there's an argument to be made that this show is too forgiving, but it's still important to get kids to consider that there might be hope for everyone (though I'll place emphasis on "MIGHT be"). Heck, if Ebenezer Scrooge can turn his life around, then every fictional character deserves a chance to turn themselves around. Maybe they don't always take it, but that still doesn't make them inhuman! Gem corruption notwithstanding.
I knew a little about him, but... Roger Rabbit! Wow! That movie pretty much cemented my own direction in life as a cartoonist. Heck, it's why I still draw myself as a rabbit! It's great to see someone follow their star and realize that they've influenced the course of your life without even realizing it. Here's to you, James Baxter!
What can I say? I thought it was a wonderful, memorable, cinematic experience. If it has shortcomings then I think they are far less significant than its successes, and I give my congratulations to the writers, artists, and actors who made it happen.
A stirring, heartfelt, wonderful end to a stirring, heartfelt, wonderful show. Even if it's not the end! It speaks to the strengths of a season finale when it makes members of the audience say that they'd be satisfied if the story stopped right there.
Yeah, that was about as intense as this show gets.
Woo! Helluva time on Homeworld. Nice way to start a climax!