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The Bad Goddess Who Fell to Earth (25 Oct. 2017)

TV Episode   |  Animation, Adventure, Comedy

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Earth's Population and the Goddesses are re-situated on the futuristic world of Planet Belldandy, where Skuld decides to sell off her invention patents to finance her ironically insane vision for a family restaurant named Casa De La Skuld.

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The Bad Goddess Who Fell to Earth metaphorically represents a number of things in Kevin Neece's life. Charlie Day's "Those Who Fail Up the Mountain" speech represents Kevin's trial and failure with his editing projects that eventually led to his internship with Zombie Life TV. Kevin was repeatedly rejected by Alamo Drafthouse and everyone else. Then one day, he found out that Michael Ludlow wanted him because he had watched some of Kevin's very first preshows which showed him that Kevin had a talent for finding five second clips of goodness in bad feature length films. Michael wanted Kevin to created a Horror Collage background for the End Credits on the Zombie Life TV. Skuld selling out over 300 hundred of her patents to a corporation represents the number of Alamo Drafthouse preshows that Kevin had collected and leaked at the time he wrote the story, however, Eddie Rotten's cameo might confuse people as to what Kevin was trying to say. Eddie Rotten and Zombie Life TV did not care in the slightest about the Alamo Drafthouse preshows, that was not the reason Kevin got the internship, and Kevin NEVER gave the preshows to another theater. Eddie Rotten was given that part because he requested a cameo and that was the only speaking role available for an extra. Skuld's attempt to repeatedly top herself with Casa De La Skuld represents Eddie Rotten's attempts to outdo himself on Zombie Life TV by repeatedly packing in more and more acts until it reached a point where interesting people were only getting five minutes of screen time when they were worthy of an entire episode. Charlie Day's "Art is about Restriction" scene was inspired by director Josh Becker, but also represents how sometimes it takes a friend to admit that their advice may have been wrong. The Corporate Chairwoman is also photoshopped off of Gremlins 2: The New Batch, which was a major movie obsession during Kevin's Childhood.


Keiichi Morisato: How many public appearances does this guy make?
The Almighty: This is the first time I've set foot on another planet since the creation of the earth and if you don't let us see her, it may be the last.
Megumi Morisato: Whoa... so this is God?
The Almighty: What the-? How long have you been ...
Megumi Morisato: ...


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Animation | Adventure | Comedy | Fantasy | Musical | Sci-Fi

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