Elwood City Central

Arthur => Episodes => Topic started by: YoshiWii1 on October 30, 2012, 01:41:01 am

Title: Breezy Listening Blues questions
Post by: YoshiWii1 on October 30, 2012, 01:41:01 am
1) Why did Brain freak out so much when he got a B - but in Brain Gets Hooked, he gets a C on his Medieval Project and freaks out much less. 2) When Brain was explaining what he did on Sunday, he says he did 135 sit-ups? He is in third grade and he did that much?  :o 3) In the dream, Brain says it is much bigger than the Elwood City Mall, but the mall is called "Mill Creek Mall" in the show? 4) Why would the Female Bear, hand out credit cards to anyone? You MUST be 18 to have one. 5) So what is the point of reading a book with the difficult parts removed? 6) How is that Female Bear in so many different places in the mall but as a Credit Card hander, a Chicken Licken Chicken, a Mint passer, and a Security Guard? Does she have clones like how Nurse Joy and Officer Jenny in the Pokemon anime? 7) What would happen if Mutakrude's songs have strong language in them and Brain plays it loud in the shop with little kids in it? What would happen? 8) Should there is a bar or something to block customers from entering in the employee's counter? 9) Wouldn't the Brain and his mom get sued if they sell a mix of different songs from different bands and make it into there own thing?
Title: Re: Breezy Listening Blues questions
Post by: Muppetfan on October 30, 2012, 09:35:11 pm
1. I have no idea. Maybe just the mood he was in? Or maybe the C came later on, when he learned to not overreact?

2. The amount of sit-ups one can do doesn't revolve around age, but around physical capability.

3. I'm sure Brain meant the Mill Creek Mall, and that the two can be used interchangeably. The Mill Creek Mall is the official name, but the Elwood City Mall would be a name more commonly referred to to people who wouldn't know what the Mill Creek Mall is.

4. It is a dream.

5. Since I haven't watched the episode recently, I'm not completely sure what that is referring to.

6. It is a dream.

7. I believe that would be a matter of what adults and kids happen to be in that shop to stop it. Though I'm sure that at the occurance of foul language, he would immediately stop it.

9. It would not be legal to sell a song with those tracks put together (or any tracks at all for that matter), but it is fine for them to play it in the shop.