Anyway, Jennifer had made me a caption based on Freakazoid, and since I am probably one of the elite Pop Culture TG captioners out there, I knew I had to step up my game a bit in the return caption.
Occasionally I will go back over the archives of pictures I've downloaded to see if there were some gems I never got around to using before (to make a caption for a newbie with some cool preferences.) I came across this one, and immediately I knew the whole plot. I mean, literally my brain said, "Do it, Rockapella!"
I just knew that Jennifer would love it, but was sort of shocked it was such a culturally important show. The fact that Alectra knew who it was felt great. I figured it'd be yet another caption I'd have to explain to Martha. I guess it was an easy game/cartoon to translate. Anyway, I am glad that this caption would keep me in the pantheon of Pop Culture junkies!
The comment that tickled me the most (other than Jennifer's which made me gush) was from Jillisa:
I don't know whether to groan or kiss you for this whole thing. Loved loved loved watching Carmen because I'm a big geography geek.I will definitely take that response every time. The fact that its up to 7 comments in only a few days means that it connected with people on a few levels. The familiarity with the source material married to the obvious TG aspect of, "I get to be a sexy secret agent!" worked really well here.
DISCUSSION QUESTION: What other kids shows made you wish you could be one of the characters, specifically the female ones? Many of them did do brain swap scenarios or plots of that nature, like a freaky Friday type of thing. There has to be a few people out there that wanted to be Jessica Rabbit or Hello Nurse! Perhaps Wonder Woman on Super Friends or She-Ra?