We’re halfway through my 10 contestants for my Season 2 of my Who Wants to Be a Millionaire-Animation Edition. Today, we have Josh Smith (from Season 1) taking a stab at it again. How far does he go this time? Watch to find out!
Check out his blog at https://thelovepirate.net/.
Special thanks to YouTuber, Robert Lydon, for agreeing to be the “Expert” this season! Check out his channel at http://youtube.com/otherobert.
3 thoughts on “WWTBAM-Animation Edition S2E5: Josh Smith”
I got them all correct lol
Land Before Time has a lot of sequels, but it isn’t the most. I thought Pokemon was the most, because it has 19 sequels (theater) and 3 Direct to video sequels. So, 22 total. I looked up the most and the most sequels is something called Wong Fei Hung with 89 sequels. For animation, it is Scooby-Doo with 35, but they are all TV. And, there is the Doraemon sequels with 35 also, and they are all theatrical sequels.
Hmm, thanks for looking that up. I think you meant to post this under the Episode 4 one instead of the Episode 5 one.
Pokemon’s sequels were theatrical? Were they theatrical in Japan or in America as well?
And yeah, Scooby-Doo has a lot of sequels, but I dunno how exactly you define a sequel to it since the original product was a TV series, not a movie.
Never heard of Wong Fei Hung or Doraemon, but thanks!
Well, I already knew the Pokemon one lol but I’ve been meaning to look it up anyways, because I was curious, but I always forgot lol. Did I? Whoops lol Yes lol I saw the first 3 in theaters. I don’t think they release Pokemon in the theaters in the US anymore because I haven’t seen it, but I’m like 90% sure they still release it in theaters in Japan. Pokemon is really big, but its huge in Japan. They have buses, planes, etc. with Pokemon on it.
Well, a sequel is a work that continues the story, which is what the Scooby Doo franchise does. They even made 2 live action movies from it. Like, Pokemon is a tv series, but they made movies out of it. Or like Spongebob for example. Scooby-Doo might be based on a tv show, but the sequels to it were movies. They just weren’t released in theaters, but they meet all the requirements of a movie lol.
I’ve never heard of Wong, but I have heard of Doraemon (never seen it), but it is this cute blue cat/dog thing. I don’t know lol. You’re welcome.