Crowbar Jones is back again and he’s getting the ORIGINS treatment…..let’s hope he gets a better origins story than Wolverine did.
Oh, and I see that Nom Nom is involved in this episode, too. So another Grizz and Nom Nom episode.
So Nom Nom is trying out for some movie roles and he did get turned down because he was too cute for action movies. I wonder if that was DC that called him. I mean, it is a Cartoon Network show, which is owned by Turner Broadcasting System and a part of WarnerMedia, which is owned by AT&T and now they owned Crunchyroll…..I’m getting off a tangent.
Anyway, Grizz comes in and he has a movie idea for Nom Nom and it is his magnum opus character CROWBAR JONES and he had an origin story for that character and let me get a check list:
- Good cop
- Mortal enemy
- Lost a girlfriend
- Swore revenge
- Got a partner aka Pando
It got every cop movie, spy movie type of shit in there and well, yeah, it looks bad and honestly, I do see why Nom Nom turned that shit down. Once again, one of the few times that I can side with Nom Nom on this and you know my history with this character. However, Nom Nom got into some shit in his factory as he got mistaken for a plushie and might be turned into one himself so Grizz went up to save him and guess what? He used a crowbar to save him!!
So yes, Grizz saved Nom Nom and of course, Nom Nom got a change of heart and he decided to do the movie after all….
As for the movie and the end of it aka doing a Marvel-type (or just a regular-ass one) stinger where Nom Nom comes in and calls him Father.
Yeah, I’m confused, too.
VERDICT: Yeah, going back to Crowbar Jones one more time even though I thought that was done when Pando kicked the bucket but then again, he’s talking about an origin story and I admit that I got some good parts out of it with the hammy acting, the mozzarella (just say cheesy!) effects and that one weird end scene at the end. I’ll also say that once again, it was very expected in this type of episode with Nom Nom and Grizz.
I’m MAK2.0 aka The Blue Hybrid and where’s that gritty Pando movie?