Ben’s Magical Comedy Column: Disney Channel, Part III

By: Ben H.

Edited By: Praxilla

Now, most people now know that “Austin & Ally” is a horrible show. The characters are obviously fake. The jokes are far from cromulent and most of the plot is bland and sounds like it was written by a bunch of emotional Axe-using teenagers. So: how could Disney Channel improve this show and make it watchable? This article investigates the truth about Disney Channel.

First of all, let’s start with the characters. Disney Channel seems to love making two odd and quirky characters. These characters usually pop in randomly and say a few lines before hopping away to work in Disney Slave Writer Camps. “Austin & Ally” has two of these characters, other Disney shows like “Ant Farm” also have two characters with these sort of characteristics.

If Disney has this kind of character in everyone of their shows, how could they improve them to boost their shows? First of all, Disney needs to tone down on what these people do. Great shows like “Ed, Edd & Eddy” and “Adventure Time” have very strange characters, however, these characters are somewhat believable and are known not to participate in Disney Slave Camps.

(Suffer more next time on Ben’s Magical Comedy Column!)

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One thought on “Ben’s Magical Comedy Column: Disney Channel, Part III

  1. Pingback: Ben’s Magical Comedy Column: Disney Channel, IV « The Jeffersonian

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