Dare to take a step off the beaten path and delve into the bottomless abyss that is The Rabbit Hole and lose yourself on a surreal journey into a magical realm of animation, cartoons, film, music, art, and literature by artists of yesteryear and today, as well as some of my own work. Please take a look and enjoy.

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Guido Manuli (2012)

A clever 2D cutout animation parodying Disney’s classic Silly Symphony style of cartoons in an absurd and humorous way. Enjoy! Thanks for watching HMC:)

Guido Manuli is an Italian screenwriter, film director, and animator. Born in Cervia in 1939, he started his career in Milan as an illustrator. In 1960 he began collaboration with Bruno Bozzetto, assuming various roles from animator and illustrator to director.

Andy Warhol (1962)

In celebration of Andy Warhol’s birthday, born on this day in 1928, I wanted to share this interesting short documentary about him and his most famous creation the Marilyn Diptych. Enjoy!

Andy Warhol made Marilyn Diptych in 1962, right after Marilyn Monroe’s death. By the 1960s Marilyn’s film career as a sex symbol was all but over. Warhol would effectively immortalize Marilyn as the sex symbol of the 20th century. The seductive blonde Marilyn with the heavy-lidded eyes and parted lips is frozen in time. She is transformed into the personification of the allure and glamour of Hollywood’s Golden Age.

Marilyn would make Warhol a household name, and Warhol would make Marilyn an icon.

Marilyn Diptych is perhaps his greatest canvas, bringing together celebrity, death and exposure. It is both a warning and a love letter to America. Warhol, who is often criticized as vacuous or superficial, produced art, that is profoundly subversive and quite simply a perfect mirror of our times.

Andy Warhol and Marilyn Monroe were both the embodiment of the American dream. They also, both projected a vacant persona that made sure nobody knew the real person behind the mask.

The Marilyn Diptych is a silkscreen painting by American pop artist Andy Warhol depicting Marilyn Monroe. The monumental work is one of the artist’s most noted of the movie star. The painting consists of 50 images. Each image of the actress is taken from the single publicity photograph from the film Niagara. The underlying publicity photograph that Warhol used as a basis for his many paintings and prints of Marilyn, and the Marilyn Diptych, was owned and distributed by her movie studio. Marilyn Diptych was completed just weeks after Marilyn Monroe’s death in August 1962.

Silkscreen printing was the technique used to create this painting. The twenty-five images on the left are painted in color, the right side is black and white.

The Marilyn Diptych is in the collection of the Tate.

It has been suggested that the relation between the left side of the canvas and the right side of the canvas is evocative of the relation between the celebrity’s life and death. The work has received praise from writers such as American academic and cultural critic Camille Paglia, who wrote in 2012’s Glittering Images lauding how it shows the “multiplicity of meanings” in Monroe’s life and legacy.

In a December 2, 2004 article in The Guardian, the painting was named the third most influential piece of modern art in a survey of 500 artists, critics, and others. The artwork was also ranked ninth in the past 1,000 years by Kathleen Davenport, Director, Rice University Art Gallery, Houston.

Mannie Davis & John Foster (1947)

The fox convinces the duck that the sky is falling, and the duck tells the hen, and both of them tell the pig, and the three of them tell the King and, the next thing anyone knows is that the whole kingdom is twatting and twittering over the upcoming catastrophe, with the exception of the one who started the rumor. But Mighty Mouse flies in, with a song on his lips, and sets matters straight.

The character was created by story man Izzy Klein as a super-powered housefly named Superfly. Studio head Paul Terry changed the character into a cartoon mouse instead (click here for the Terrytoon theatrical shorts).

Originally created as a parody of Superman, he first appeared in 1942 in a theatrical animated short titled The Mouse of Tomorrow. The original name of the character was Super Mouse, but after 7 cartoons produced in 1942-1943, it was changed in the 1944 cartoon ‘The Wreck of the Hesperus‘ to Mighty Mouse when Paul Terry learned that another character with the same name was being published in comic books. Super Mouse appeared briefly in the Marvel Comics interpretation of the character and was nicknamed Terry the First, as he was the first version of the character.

Mighty Mouse originally had a blue costume with red trunks and a red cape, like Superman, but over time this outfit changed to a yellow costume with red trunks and a red cape, his most popular colors. As with other imitations of Superman, Mighty Mouse’s super powers include flight, super strength, and invulnerability. He has demonstrated the use of X-ray vision in at least one episode, while during several cartoons he used a form of telekinesis that allowed him to command inanimate objects and turn back time. Other cartoons have him leaving a red contrail during flight which he can manipulate at will like a band of solid flexible matter.

The initial formula of each story consisted of an extended setup of a crisis which needs extraordinary help to resolve, after which Mighty Mouse appears to save the day.

Mannie Davis (1950)

Heckle and Jeckle the Talking Magpies in King Tut’s Tomb finds our beloved hecklers in Egypt, inside King Tut’s tomb, where they encounter all sorts of mysterious marvels.

Heckle and Jeckle are postwar animated cartoon characters created by Paul Terry, originally produced at his own Terrytoons animation studio and released through 20th Century Fox. The characters are a pair of identical anthropomorphic yellow-billed magpies.

Guillermo del Toro (2022)

Academy Award-winning filmmaker Guillermo del Toro reinvents the classic tale of the wooden marionette who is magically brought to life in order to mend the heart of a grieving woodcarver named Geppetto. This whimsical, stop-motion film directed by Guillermo del Toro and Mark Gustafson follows the mischievous and disobedient adventures of Pinocchio in his pursuit of a place in the world.

Guillermo del Toro’s Pinocchio is an upcoming stop-motion musical fantasy film directed by Guillermo del Toro and Mark Gustafson, based on Gris Grimly’s design from his 2002 edition of the 1883 Italian novel The Adventures of Pinocchio by Carlo Collodi. The film was written by del Toro and Patrick McHale.

Produced by Netflix Animation, The Jim Henson Company and ShadowMachine in co-production with Pathé, El Taller del Chucho, and Necropia Entertainment, Pinocchio was announced by Del Toro in 2008 and originally scheduled to be released in 2013 or 2014, but the project went into development hell. In January 2017, McHale was announced to co-write the script, but in November 2017, the production was suspended as no studios were willing to provide financing. The production was revived the following year after being acquired by Netflix.

Guillermo del Toro’s Pinocchio is scheduled to be released in select theaters in November 2022, followed by its streaming release on Netflix in December 2022.

Mike Judge (2022)

The iconic animated duo of Beavis and Butt-Head are back and dumber than ever! The ’90s pop-culture phenomenons return, voiced by creator Mike Judge, to confound common sense, torment each other, and showcase some of the dumbest comedy imaginable. Mike Judge’s Beavis and Butt-Head is streaming August 4th, exclusively on Paramount+!

“They watch YouTube videos and TikTok videos now. We have episodes where they’re middle-aged. Butt-Head is just this big old useless guy.”

Mike Judge

If you’re a fan of Beavis and Butt-Head, 2022 is a great year. That’s because not only has Paramount+ released a new movie, Beavis & Butt-Head Do the Universe, the streamer is about to launch a new series, Mike Judge’s Beavis and Butt-Head, on August 4. However, unlike the original Beavis and Butt-Head series, which had them talking over music videos, in the new series, they’re also watching YouTube and TikTok. As you can see in the first clip, this seems like a match made in heaven.

Shortly before taking the San Diego Comic-Con stage, Mike Judge stopped by the Collider studio. During the interview, he talked about making Idiocracy and the growing popularity of the movie, how he might be filming his next live-action movie next year, how all the original Beavis and Butt-Head episodes might finally be released with the music videos, and the new series and what fans can look forward to.

Odesza featuring Ólafur Arnalds (2022)

Taken from the album ‘The Last Goodbye’, out now on Foreign Family Collective/Ninja Tune.

Production Company: Blinkink

Director: Balázs Simon

Executive Producer: Josef Byrne

Producer: Máté Barbalics

Head of Production: Alex Halley

Concept & ODESZA creative: Luke Tanaka and Sean Kusanagi

Shooting Team Dop: Max Halstead

Stop Motion Producer: Sami Goddard

Art Director: Brin Frost

Studio: Clapham Road Studios

Studio Manager: Daisy Garside

Art Dept: Beattie Hartley

Post Production Team

Art Director: Péter Kántor (Greenroom)

Lead Previs Artist: Dane Armour

Previs Artist: Jonathan Meret and Dávid Dell’Edera

Character Sculpting: László Aszalós

Lead Compositor: Doma Harkai

Compositor: Adrián Majoros

Compositor: Csaba Bálint

Graphic Artist: András Gunda

Colorist: Szilárd Tötszegi

Dancer: Bea Egyed

Sound Design: Jacob Wheeler

Storyboard: Mysie Pereira

Sunnyside Animation

Producer: Dániel Szabó

Rigging TD: Hollósy Zoltán

Character Animation: Dániel Szabó, Barcsay Marcell and György Fábos

Mocap Recording: Gergely Rácz

Blendshape Artist: János Császár

Jerry Garcia (1977)

UNLOCKED! Enjoy The Grateful Dead Movie while there’s still time.

The Grateful Dead Movie, released in 1977 and directed by Jerry Garcia, is a film that captures live performances from rock band the Grateful Dead during an October 1974 five-night run at Winterland in San Francisco. These concerts marked the beginning of a hiatus, with the October 20, 1974 show billed as “The Last One”. The band would return to touring in 1976. The film features the “Wall of Sound” concert sound system that the Dead used for all of 1974. The movie also portrays the burgeoning Deadhead scene.

To document the Grateful Dead experience, the film showcases the fans more than was usual in a concert movie at the time. They are shown enjoying the show, discussing the music and the band, and what it was like to be a Deadhead in the mid-1970s. The film also includes interviews with members of the Dead and vintage footage from their colorful history and early days in the band. The film opens with a uniquely Grateful Dead animated sequence, featuring the “Uncle Sam skeleton”. The psychedelic animation was created by Gary Gutierrez, using techniques that he developed specifically for the project. Stanley Mouse did the title art.

George Gordon & John Sutherland (1948)

A snake oil salesman tries to sell the American people happiness in exchange for their freedom while one man stands up against him. Sound familiar?

Make Mine Freedom is a 1948 American animated anti-communist propaganda cartoon created by John Sutherland Productions for the Extension Department of Harding College. Financed with a grant from the Alfred P. Sloan Foundation, the cartoon was the first in a series of pro-free enterprise films produced by Sutherland for Harding. The cartoon depicts a satire of perceived life under collectivist ideology.

Weird Al Yankovic (2011)

Weird Al’s parody of Nothin’ On You by B.o.B. featuring Bruno Mars

Weird Al is an American singer, musician, and actor who is known for humorous songs that make light of pop culture and often parody specific songs by contemporary musical acts.

Connie Rasinski (1940)

Not to be confused with William Shakespeare’s play of the same name.

Little Cute Chickie Duck loves little lucky Dinky Duck but they have a quarrel, which leads their parents to have a quarrel, which leads to a big-duck brawl…careful, there…which leads to much ado about nothing as Chickie and Dinky have made up and gone floating together.

This is the second Dinky Duck Terrytoons cartoon. It’s also the only cartoon that showed Dinky not as an orphan but actually having biological duck parents until later cartoons.

Bob Marley & The Wailers (1980)

“The road of life is rocky; And you may stumble too. So while you point your fingers, someone else is judging you”

Bob Marley

Bob Marley & The Wailers Could You Be Loved official music video. Inspired by Cedella Marley and all that she’s doing for women’s soccer in the Caribbean + Latin America through her Football is Freedom initiative. Stay positive & keep going 💚

Animation and direction by Vanja Vikalo LINNCH

Vanja Vikalo LINNCH is a multidisciplinary artist residing in Belgrade. Calling himself primarily an illustrator and an animator, Linnch creates characters and settings with surprising internal logic, playing with different visual forms. A unique entirety of his expression comes through each project he’s working on, both personal and commercial. Clients and artists include Bob Marley, 2 Chainz, YE (Kanye West), Ty Dolla $ign, FKA Twigs, Jadakiss, Trouble, Quavo, Who See, UNICEF, Coca-Cola, Samsung, Vice, Tuborg, Vip Mobile, and many more. Linnch’s work doesn’t stray from commentary and activism, they’re bold and they have a commanding presence, usually communicating with the audience through humor and skepticism. Talk will be revolving around career defining projects and stories behind them, but also his path from illustrator and muralist to animator/animation director.

Justin Halpern, Patrick Schumacker & Dean Lorey (2022)

The mayhem and madness continue in season three of this biting and uproarious adult animated comedy series. Wrapping up their “Eat. Bang! Kill. Tour,” Harley Quinn (Kaley Cuoco) and Poison Ivy (Lake Bell) return to Gotham as the new power couple of DC villainy. Along with their ragtag crew – King Shark (Ron Funches), Clayface (Alan Tudyk), Frank the Plant (JB Smoove) – “Harlivy” strives to become the best version of themselves while also working towards Ivy’s long desired plan of transforming Gotham into an Eden paradise.

Season 3 of Harley Quinn premieres July 28 on HBO Max.

Justin Halpern, Patrick Schumacker & Dean Lorey (2022)

The mayhem and madness continue in season three of this biting and uproarious adult animated comedy series. Wrapping up their “Eat. Bang! Kill. Tour,” Harley Quinn (Kaley Cuoco) and Poison Ivy (Lake Bell) return to Gotham as the new power couple of DC villainy. Along with their ragtag crew – King Shark (Ron Funches), Clayface (Alan Tudyk), Frank the Plant (JB Smoove) – “Harlivy” strives to become the best version of themselves while also working towards Ivy’s long desired plan of transforming Gotham into an Eden paradise.

Season 3 of Harley Quinn premieres July 28 on HBO Max.

Genndy Tartakovsky (2022)

Emmy Award-winning Primal returns for a new season that leads Spear and Fang on bigger, more brutal adventures than ever before. Season 2 of Primal premieres July 21 on [adult swim] & the 22 on HBO Max. Primal is an American adult animated action adventure television series created and directed by Genndy Tartakovsky for Cartoon Network’s late night programming block Adult Swim. Primal draws in elements of fantasy, horror, action, and adventure. The first episode premiered on Adult Swim on October 8, 2019.

Genndy Tartakovsky is a Russian-American animator, director, producer, screenwriter, voice actor, storyboard artist, comic book writer and artist. He is best known as the creator of various animated television series on Cartoon Network and Adult Swim, including Dexter’s Laboratory, Samurai Jack, Star Wars: Clone Wars, Sym-Bionic Titan, and Primal.

Bruno Bozzetto (1974)

Just like we exploit earth by extracting its petrol, so do mosquitos behave over the human body by sucking our blood. An animated, allegorical film which portrays the activities of a group of mosquitos who build their city around a man’s vital fluids.

Hungry mosquitos, in search of a meal, find that fruit, flowers and other such fare doesn’t satisfy. One enterprising bug hits the jackpot – a human! However, the victim vigorously resists joining the food chain, causing a number of winged casualties. The little buggers wait until the man falls asleep, then set up a number of enterprises: cafes, bars, filling stations, all serving blood. Things are going well, but then the mosquito Cosa Nostra moves in, and ramp production into high gear.

“Synthesis is the most important goal for an artist. It’s a marvellous and yet difficult goal to achieve.”

Bruno Bozzetto

A 60-years career behind, Bruno Bozzetto is esteemed as one of the most eclectic and influential Cartoonists of yesterday and of today. His minimalist style focuses on the content more than the aesthetics to talk about universal themes with an educational approach and through a scratching irony that make his films suitable for a young adult audience.

From the 1960s up to today he has made over three hundreds films that earned him 130 acknowledgments among which the remarkable Winsor McCay Award, 5 Silver Ribbon Awards, an Honorary degree, 15 Awards to the Career, an Oscar Nomination for Grasshoppers, and a Berlin Golden Bear Award for Mr Tao.

Today Bruno keeps working in the industry by creating new subjects, by animating and sketching on his own, but also cooperating to wider projects through Bozzetto&Co Studio of Production. He also takes part to films festivals, events and masterclasses in Italy and worldwide.

Several exhibitions have been set up through the years, the most prestigious of which is “Animation, Maestro!”, wanted by Diane Disney Miller in 2013, at the Walt Disney Family Museum of San Francisco. The Bozzetto crew believes that an original artwork-based exhibition is the best way to show the magic of animation through original sketches, storyboards and especially cels.

To learn more about Bruno Bozzetto or to see more of his work, please visit his website: https://www.bozzetto.com

Sonya Kendel (2012)

“I’m a perfectionist and that’s a very dangerous quality to have in animation.”

Sonya Kendel

Sick and tired of everything in his life, Pishto decides to leave everything behind. One autumn Pishto had had enough of it and decided to leave his home village for good. Film was shot with the financial support of the Ministry of Culture of Russian Federation.

Film was the participant of 38 international festivals, including:
London international animation festival LIAF (Great Britain, 2013)
New York International Children’s Film Festival (USA, 2013)
Hiroshima International Animation Festival (Japan, 2012)
International Festival for Documentary and Animated Film DOK Leipzig (Germany, 2012)
Zlin Film Festival (Czech Republic, 2012)

Awards
Prize «The Best Animation Film», Suzdal Animation Film Festival (Russia, 2012)
1st Prize «The Best Animation Film», Festival of Students and Debut Films «St. Anna» (Russia, 2012)

Guido Manila (1977)

Animated science fiction film based on biblical stories.

Guido Manuli is one of the most influential Italian animators and film directors. He started a long-standing collaboration with animation legend Bruno Bozzetto in the 60s; together they worked on cult movies like West and Soda, Vip Mio Fratello Superuomo, Allegro Non Troppo and many more.

In 1991 he won the Davide of Donatello Award for Best Screenplay for the Maurizio Nichetti-directed Volere Volare, a mixed technique feature film also awarded with the Globo d’Oro of International Critic, the Premio Corbucci for Best Italian Movie 1990 and finally the Best Film and Audience Award in Montreal. Later in the 90s he directed for the Italian pubcaster RAI the TV movie Monster Mash, followed by the theatrical feature Aida degli Alberi in 2001 (a Lanterna Magica production) and the full CGI animated series Water and Bubbles for RAI in 2008/2009.

During the last 40 years he also created dozens of short films that won scores of accolades worldwide. Works such as Opera (1973), Fantabiblical (1977), Count Down (1978), Just a Kiss (1983) and Incubus (1985) were screened and widely acclaimed at every major animation Festival: from Annecy to Trieste, Parigi and Lucca. His energetic style was often compared to Tex Avery.

Francine Desbiens & Bretislav Pojar (1981)

Under the guise of a pretty fairy tale, this animated short makes a strong political statement. Animated paper cut-outs enact a drama in which a dictator imposes his delusions on his unfortunate subjects. The humour is black and, despite the absence of dialogue, the message is crystal clear.

A giant statue of the letter “E” arrives in the park. One man sees it as “B”; they are preparing to cart him off to the looney bin when a doctor arrives and determines the man needs glasses. Then the king arrives; he also sees “B”. He tries on the glasses, sees “E”, and pins a medal on the doctor then has his goon squad come and bash on everyone’s head until they too see “B”.

The School of Life (2016)

I’m proud to say that Ralph Waldo Emerson is an ancestor of mine on my mom’s side of the family. Ralph Waldo Emerson taught us about the presence of nature and something a little divine inside all of us. He was an American essayist, lecturer, philosopher, abolitionist, and poet who led the transcendentalist movement of the mid-19th century. He was seen as a champion of individualism and a prescient critic of the countervailing pressures of society, and his ideology was disseminated through dozens of published essays and more than 1,500 public lectures across the United States.

Emerson gradually moved away from the religious and social beliefs of his contemporaries, formulating and expressing the philosophy of transcendentalism in his 1836 essay Nature. Following this work, he gave a speech entitled The American Scholar in 1837, which Oliver Wendell Holmes Sr. considered to be America’s “intellectual Declaration of Independence.”

Fleischer Studios (1935)

Betty flies to Japan to do a show, and sings the title number. She then dons a kimono, and sings it again in Japanese.

Got a language all my own known in every foreign home! You surely know it is Boop-Doopy-Doopy-Doo-Boop-Oopy-Doop-Bop!

Betty Boop

Betty Boop flies to Japan and takes her stage act on the road, and plays to great acclaim, and sings the title number “A Language All My Own” in both English and Japanese. After singing to a cheering New York audience, Betty sets off in her plane for the Land of the Rising Sun, depicted literally as such with an emblematic sunrise over Mt. Fuji. When Betty arrives in Japan she sings for her cheering Japanese fans.

Mae Questel as Betty Boop

Animation by Myron Waldman and Hicks Lokey

Music by Sammy Timberg

Bruno Bozzetto & Guido Manuli (1973)

Lines uttered in all freedom, all joined by a common theme, that is music; from classical to opera music nothing escapes the irreverent and hilarious film’s criticism.

Most of Opera is busy mocking classic opera scenes, but towards its close it turns into social satire, and represents the self-destruction of the world.

Guido Manuli is one of the most influential Italian animators and film directors of his time. He started a long-standing collaboration with animation legend Bruno Bozzetto and together they worked on cult movies like West and Soda, Vip Mio Fratello Superuomo, Allegro Non Troppo, and many more. In 1991 he won the Davide of Donatello Award for Best Screenplay for Volere Volare, a mixed technique feature film. Later in the 90s he directed the TV movie Monster Mash, followed by the theatrical feature Aida degli Alberi in 2001 and the CGI animated series Water and Bubbles in 2008/’09. During the last 40 years he also created dozens of short films that won scores of accolades worldwide. Works such as Opera (1973), Fantabiblical (1977), Count Down (1978), Just a Kiss (1983), and Incubus (1985) were screened and widely acclaimed at every major animation Festival. His energetic style was often compared to Tex Avery.

Bruno Bozzetto is an Italian cartoon animator and film director, creator of many short pieces, mainly of a political Hiii or satirical nature. He created his first animated short “Tapum! the weapons’ story” in 1958 at the age of 20. His most famous character, a hapless little man named “Signor Rossi”, has been featured in many animated shorts as well as starring in three feature films: Mr. Rossi Looks for Happiness, Mr. Rossi’s Dreams, and Mr. Rossi’s Vacation.

Trey Parker & Matt Stone (1999)

Happy Pride Month!

“Bombs are flying, people are dying, children are crying, politicians are lying, too. Cancer is killing,
Texaco’s spilling, the whole world’s gone to hell, but how are you? I’m super! Thanks for asking.”

Big Gay Al

Big Gay Al is a stereotypical homosexual man who first appeared in the Season One episode, Big Gay Al’s Big Gay Boat Ride. He is known for his flamboyant and positive demeanor and usually responds to the greeting “How are you?” with an upbeat “I’m super! Thanks for asking!”

At the USO show before the troops entered the American-Canadian War, Big Gay Al started the song I’m Super at the request of Stan Marsh and Kyle Broflovski, who needed a distraction so The Mole could free Terrance and Phillip.

Bigger, Longer & Uncut is a 1999 American adult animated musical comedy film based on the animated sitcom South Park. Directed by series creator Trey Parker, the film stars the regular television cast of Parker, series co-creator Matt Stone, Mary Kay Bergman, and Isaac Hayes, with George Clooney, Eric Idle, and Mike Judge in supporting roles. The screenplay, written by Parker, Stone, and Pam Brady, follows Stan Marsh and his friends Kyle Broflovski, Eric Cartman and Kenny McCormick as they sneak into an R-rated film starring their idols, Canadian comedy duo Terrance and Phillip, and begin swearing incessantly. Eventually, their mothers pressure the United States to wage war against Canada for allegedly corrupting their children, giving Stan, Kyle, and Cartman no choice but to unite the other children, fight their own parents, and rescue Terrance and Phillip, while Kenny tries to stop a prophecy involving Satan and Saddam Hussein’s plot to conquer the world.

South Park is an American animated sitcom created by Trey Parker and Matt Stone and developed by Brian Graden for Comedy Central. The series revolves around four boys — Stan Marsh, Kyle Broflovski, Eric Cartman, and Kenny McCormick — and their exploits in and around the titular Colorado town.

Lily Allen & Olivia Rodrigo (2022)

Olivia Rodrigo performs Fuck You (feat. Lily Allen) at Glastonbury 2022.

As American musicians took the stage at Glastonbury 2022, many used their stage time to criticize the United States supreme court’s decision to overturn Roe v. Wade. Olivia Rodrigo surprised her audience by bringing out artist Lily Allen for a special duet of Allen’s song Fuck You while addressing the devastating news. During her speech before introducing Allen, Rodrigo dedicated the song to the five members of the supreme court.

“I wanted to dedicate this next song to the five members of the supreme court who have showed us that at the end of the day, they truly don’t give a shit about freedom. This song goes out to the justices samuel alito, clarence thomas, neil gorsuch, amy coney barrett, and brett kavanaugh. We hate you!”

Olivia Rodrigo
Olivia Rodrigo at Glastonbury ’22

Look inside, look inside your tiny mind
Then look a bit harder
‘Cause we’re so uninspired, so sick and tired
Of all the hatred you harbour
So you say it’s not okay to be gay
Well, I think you’re just evil
You’re just some racist who can’t tie my laces
Your point of view is medieval

Fuck you! fuck you very, very much
‘Cause we hate what you do
And we hate your whole crew
So please, don’t stay in touch
Fuck you! fuck you very, very much
‘Cause your words don’t translate
And it’s getting quite late
So please, don’t stay in touch

Do you get, do you get a little kick out of being small minded?
You want to be like your father, it’s approval you’re after
Well, that’s not how you find it
Do you, do you really enjoy living a life that’s so hateful?
‘Cause there’s a hole where your soul should be
You’re losing control of it
And it’s really distasteful

Fuck you! fuck you very, very much
‘Cause we hate what you do
And we hate your whole crew
So please, don’t stay in touch
Fuck you! fuck you very, very much
‘Cause your words don’t translate
And it’s getting quite late
So please, don’t stay in touch

You say you think we need to go to war
Well, you’re already in one
‘Cause it’s people like you that need to get slew
No one wants your opinion

Lily Allen at Glastonbury ’22

Fuck you! fuck you very, very much
‘Cause we hate what you do
And we hate your whole crew
So please, don’t stay in touch
Fuck you! fuck you very, very much
‘Cause your words don’t translate
And it’s getting quite late
So please, don’t stay in touch

FUCK YOU!

Amy Winfrey & Joanna Calo (2018)

Diane divorces Mr. Peanutbutter and moves into a shabby studio. Feeling melancholy, she travels to Vietnam to get away from it all.

“The real reason you go to Vietnam is because you accidentally see your soon to be ex-husband kiss someone else. At first you think, Oh, it’s a fling. Whatever. They’re drunk. It’s a party. But then he puts his hand on the small of her back exactly the way he used to do to you. It means I got you, and when he did it to you, it made you feel safe. And you realize he’ll never do that to you again. And it breaks your heart again. After your heart was so broken that you thought it could never get any more broken.”

– Diane Nguyen

BoJack Horseman is an American adult animated tragicomedy sitcom created by Raphael Bob-Waksberg. It stars the voices of Will Arnett, Amy Sedaris, Alison Brie, Paul F. Tompkins, and Aaron Paul.

Bruno Bozzetto (1967)

By restraining the whole cycle of life into just six minutes, the film underlines how our constant commitments often mislead us from the real meaning of life.

Bruno Bozzetto is an Italian cartoon animator and film director, creator of many short pieces, mainly of a political Hiii or satirical nature. He created his first animated short “Tapum! the weapons’ story” in 1958 at the age of 20. His most famous character, a hapless little man named “Signor Rossi”, has been featured in many animated shorts as well as starring in three feature films: Mr. Rossi Looks for Happiness, Mr. Rossi’s Dreams, and Mr. Rossi’s Vacation.

Bruno Bozzetto abozzetto.com

Alex Toth (1966)

Space Ghost is a Saturday morning superhero cartoon produced by Hanna-Barbera Productions. It first aired on CBS from September 10, 1966, to September 16, 1967. The series was composed of two unrelated segments, Space Ghost and Dino Boy in the Lost Valley. The series was created by Alex Toth and directed by William Hanna and Joseph Barbera.

Space Ghost, along with teenaged sidekicks Jan and Jace and their pet monkey Blip, fight villains in outer space. Usually, Space Ghost’s sidekicks would get captured or trapped by the villains, and Space Ghost would have to defeat the villains and save the day. His enemies included Zorak, Brak and his brother Sisto, the Creature King, the Black Widow (a.k.a. the Spider Woman), Lokar, Moltar, and Metallus.

“Saturday-morning cartoon” is a colloquial term for the original animated series programming that was typically scheduled on Saturday and Sunday mornings in the United States on the “Big Three” television networks

Raphael Bob-Waksberg & Aaron Long (2020)

Nice While It Lasted is the series finale of the animated comedy-drama series BoJack Horseman. Written by series creator Raphael Bob-Waksberg and directed by Aaron Long, it was released on January 31, 2020.

Bojack Horseman is arrested for breaking and entering, but is granted a furlough to attend the wedding of his ex-girlfriend, Princess Carolyn. The episode was widely praised as a poignant ending to the series.