Very cool. Let me (and I'm sure many others) know if there's anything you want us to do. Also, I will hopefully have some time in the coming weeks to look back over my old site, so if there's anything you want from it, let me know and I will get it to you.
Post by kaylathehedgehog on Apr 27, 2009 20:44:55 GMT -7
One of these days, I'll actually send you some more episode summaries, plus book summaries. But with finals going on, it'll be next week at the earliest before I'm able to sit down and do some reviewing.
Thank you for your continuing efforts to help me finish the guide and improve the site. Vincent- as far as your old site goes I'd like to incorporate it all. You spoke of editing some things and of course there will be overlapping things like character profiles and such but otherwise everything you had on there was great and I'd certainly welcome any and all input you have.
Kayla- I have been busy myself so I certainly can understand your time constraints. Anytime you are ready to contirbute more I am ready. I still need to get screencaps for the episodes you have already reviewed and I have been procrastinating too long on that.
Book reviews will also be awesome.
I am going to be skipping further a bit in my next few Episode reviews (working on them today) as I gave the 2nd two-disc set to a friend in Salt Lake City for his daughter while I was visiting as she had just got turned on to Teddy... and my first disc has been played extensively and won't work in my laptop anymore so I'm limited to episodes from the "Return to Rillonia" series at the moment. Thank god MillCreek released the entire series! Need to buy that soon...
To my knowledge, every Teddy Ruxpin, regardless of manufacturer, came packaged with "The Airship". I have owned every version EXCEPT the Playskool version, but I imagine it was included there as well. The Airship has always been the "jump-off" story for Teddy. The first 1/3 of the program is all about introduction...and it sort of leads into the rest of the adventures.
I always liked "The Airship" in it's original form, though I appreciate BackPack Toys spicing up their version with more concentration on the search for the Treasure.