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— No matter how your heart is grieving, if you keep on believing, the dream that you wish will come true. :3

madnesstheolympian:

This is one battle of the ages!
Disney vs Paramount’s own Nickelodeon
Both companies have made some very epic shows that have taken me through my childhood
Nickelodeon had: “The Wild Thornberries”, “CatDog”, “Ren and Stimpy”, “Kenan & Kel”, “The Journey of Allen Strange”, “Cousin Skeeter”, “Rugrats”, “Rugrats: All Growed Up”, “Fairly Odd Parents”, “Kablam”, “Hey Arnold!”, “Jackie Chan Adventures”, “Spongebob Squarepants” and the list goes on!
Disney on the other hand had: “Darkwing Duck”, “Goof Troop”, “Recess”, “Lilo & Stich”, “Kim Possible”, “Boy Meets World”, “Filmore”, “Fairly Odd Parents”, “Smart Guy”, “Chip n Dale Rescue Rangers”, “That’s So Raven”, “The Emperors New School”, “Brandy & Mr. Whiskers”, “Duck Tales”, “Quack Pack” and the list also goes on
Of course I’m speaking from the perspective of all the 90’s kids across the Globe!
I personally say Nickelodeon has won the Television side of the battle, but looking at Disney’s track record on both the Television side as well as their movies list, it is clear to see Disney has the upper hand.
In Nickelodeon’s defence, Disney is an independent cooperation and dat is why they can release allot more Television movies than Nickelodeon. Not that Nickelodeon can’t do the same, for those that don’t know, Nickelodeon’s parent company is Paramount Studios. So basically Nickelodeon has to ask permission from their Parent Company basically for funding to make the Television movies.
I’m not sure who do you think wins?!

madnesstheolympian:

This is one battle of the ages!

Disney vs Paramount’s own Nickelodeon

Both companies have made some very epic shows that have taken me through my childhood

Nickelodeon had: “The Wild Thornberries”, “CatDog”, “Ren and Stimpy”, “Kenan & Kel”, “The Journey of Allen Strange”, “Cousin Skeeter”, “Rugrats”, “Rugrats: All Growed Up”, “Fairly Odd Parents”, “Kablam”, “Hey Arnold!”, “Jackie Chan Adventures”, “Spongebob Squarepants” and the list goes on!

Disney on the other hand had: “Darkwing Duck”, “Goof Troop”, “Recess”, “Lilo & Stich”, “Kim Possible”, “Boy Meets World”, “Filmore”, “Fairly Odd Parents”, “Smart Guy”, “Chip n Dale Rescue Rangers”, “That’s So Raven”, “The Emperors New School”, “Brandy & Mr. Whiskers”, “Duck Tales”, “Quack Pack” and the list also goes on

Of course I’m speaking from the perspective of all the 90’s kids across the Globe!

I personally say Nickelodeon has won the Television side of the battle, but looking at Disney’s track record on both the Television side as well as their movies list, it is clear to see Disney has the upper hand.

In Nickelodeon’s defence, Disney is an independent cooperation and dat is why they can release allot more Television movies than Nickelodeon. Not that Nickelodeon can’t do the same, for those that don’t know, Nickelodeon’s parent company is Paramount Studios. So basically Nickelodeon has to ask permission from their Parent Company basically for funding to make the Television movies.

I’m not sure who do you think wins?!

wendalee:

Day 07: Favorite Heroine Mulan
Mulan is one of my absolute favorite Disney characters. Bar none. I don’t consider her a traditional “princess” (because she doesn’t marry a prince, for one. She was not royalty, for another. And she, like Belle, didn’t really care about that.) so she’s my favorite heroine.
Mulan is the poster child for GIRL POWER. She sacrificed herself, her family’s honor to save her father from what would be tantamount to a death sentence. She figured out how to fool the army into thinking that she was a man and used her own cunning and ingenuity to keep the ruse going for quite a while. She also figured out how to win people over after they found out she was a girl, to accept her and buy into her plans and…DUH. SHE SAVED CHINA. THAT IS HOW BADASS SHE WAS. SHE SAVED CHINA FROM THE HUNS. And it is all based on an ancient Chinese legend.
The most endearing thing about Mulan, for me, is the love she feels for her family. Being an only daughter myself, I understand the pressure that comes with it (and mainly the sadness that there is no one to carry on the family name), especially coming from her dad. The scenes in the garden with her dad, both after the Matchmaker rejects her and calls her a disgrace and when she returns from war, are some of the most touching throughout Disney.

Jen and Molly’s 30 Day Disney Challenge:
Day 01: Favorite Disney Classic (1937-1988) The Jungle BookDay 02: Favorite Disney Classic (1989-Present) The Lion KingDay 03: Favorite Pixar Film UpDay 04: Favorite Princess BelleDay 05: Favorite Prince EricDay 06: Favorite Hero Thomas O’MalleyDay 07: Favorite Heroine MulanDay 08: Favorite VillainDay 09: Favorite CoupleDay 10: Favorite Animal SidekickDay 11: Favorite Non-Animal SidekickDay 12: Favorite ParentDay 13: Favorite Magical ObjectDay 14: Favorite CastleDay 15: Favorite KissDay 16: Favorite Overall SongDay 17: Favorite Love SongDay 18: Favorite Villain SongDay 19: Favorite LyricsDay 20: Favorite Singing Voice (Male)Day 21: Favorite Singing Voice (Female)Day 22: Happiest MomentDay 23: Saddest MomentDay 24: Scariest MomentDay 25: Funniest MomentDay 26: Favorite Scenery/Background ArtDay 27: Favorite Dance SceneDay 28: Favorite QuoteDay 29: Most Magical MomentDay 30: Favorite Happy Ending

wendalee:

Day 07: Favorite Heroine Mulan

Mulan is one of my absolute favorite Disney characters. Bar none. I don’t consider her a traditional “princess” (because she doesn’t marry a prince, for one. She was not royalty, for another. And she, like Belle, didn’t really care about that.) so she’s my favorite heroine.

Mulan is the poster child for GIRL POWER. She sacrificed herself, her family’s honor to save her father from what would be tantamount to a death sentence. She figured out how to fool the army into thinking that she was a man and used her own cunning and ingenuity to keep the ruse going for quite a while. She also figured out how to win people over after they found out she was a girl, to accept her and buy into her plans and…DUH. SHE SAVED CHINA. THAT IS HOW BADASS SHE WAS. SHE SAVED CHINA FROM THE HUNS. And it is all based on an ancient Chinese legend.

The most endearing thing about Mulan, for me, is the love she feels for her family. Being an only daughter myself, I understand the pressure that comes with it (and mainly the sadness that there is no one to carry on the family name), especially coming from her dad. The scenes in the garden with her dad, both after the Matchmaker rejects her and calls her a disgrace and when she returns from war, are some of the most touching throughout Disney.

Jen and Molly’s 30 Day Disney Challenge:

Day 01: Favorite Disney Classic (1937-1988) The Jungle Book
Day 02: Favorite Disney Classic (1989-Present) The Lion King
Day 03: Favorite Pixar Film Up
Day 04: Favorite Princess Belle
Day 05: Favorite Prince Eric
Day 06: Favorite Hero Thomas O’Malley
Day 07: Favorite Heroine Mulan
Day 08: Favorite Villain
Day 09: Favorite Couple
Day 10: Favorite Animal Sidekick
Day 11: Favorite Non-Animal Sidekick
Day 12: Favorite Parent
Day 13: Favorite Magical Object
Day 14: Favorite Castle
Day 15: Favorite Kiss
Day 16: Favorite Overall Song
Day 17: Favorite Love Song
Day 18: Favorite Villain Song
Day 19: Favorite Lyrics
Day 20: Favorite Singing Voice (Male)
Day 21: Favorite Singing Voice (Female)
Day 22: Happiest Moment
Day 23: Saddest Moment
Day 24: Scariest Moment
Day 25: Funniest Moment
Day 26: Favorite Scenery/Background Art
Day 27: Favorite Dance Scene
Day 28: Favorite Quote
Day 29: Most Magical Moment
Day 30: Favorite Happy Ending