Mirror: Not really. I don’t think I was Riffing with you when that one was Riffed.
Dorkpool: You weren’t, though I’m kind of surprised that you don’t. Don’t you do a lot of research into this universe and such?
Mirror: Kinda, yeah. But it doesn’t mean I read the “Angry Sylvester” Riff.
Dorkpool: Well, considering this was from the early days when I didn’t space out the jokes and story, I guess it’s a good thing. Anyway, the story itself was your standard lost episode story with some Doctor Who references.
Mirror: Doctor Who references?
Mirror: …give me a minute.
Mirror: Ok, I’m back. So, anyway, what was the point of bringing that up?
Dorkpool: Well, like all crappy things, there’s a sequel. It’s called “Angry Sylvester – The Revenge.”
Mirror: Sufferin’ succotash.
Dorkpool: My thoughts exactly. Anyway, let’s use ten pounds of gas and Riff this bitch!
Angry Sylvester - The Revenge
Dorkpool: Tell me, have you heard the old Klingon proverb that revenge is a dish which is best served Sylvester?
There was another short of Angry Sylvester was called Angry Sylvester - The Revenge, like the original... It was reported to be disturbing and diffrent from the other Looney Tunes shorts that featuring Sylvester and Tweety Bird, this time they have the Looney Tunes intro with the catchy music and the title card that has the title unlike the first one,
Mirror: (Narrator): This time the title was “Angry Sylvester 2: The Quickening.”
It starts normal at Granny's house, Sylvester saw Tweety Bird and said Sufferin Succotash! then grabs Tweety Bird and shouts!
Granny was alerted and grabs a gun and rushes on Sylvester and shotted the bullet into it's tail,
Dorkpool: Granny’s going nuts if she shotted Sylvester.
Sylvester was in pain and coughed out the bullet. Granny told Sylvester that if he grabs Tweety again, she will put him into the Military Base. Sylvester screams and goes to sleep with tears, then 2 hours later... Sylvester goes angry!
Mirror: SYLVESTER SMASH!
Sylvester is bruised and eyeless like he tried to sabotage the military base and wrecks the TV. Sylvester turns on the TV as it plays another disturbing cartoon with even more disturbing music sounding like a video game music on a electric guitar
Dorkpool: Disturbing? That sounds awesome! Let’s listen to the Mario theme on an electric guitar! WOOOOOO!
while killing and molesting a person, after that... the TV switch in a perfectly dark hallway with Dr.Dr. Jekyll
Mirror: Oh, I love the classic story “Dr. Dr. Jeckyll and Mr. Mr. Hyde.”
on the other side and Elmer Fudd on the another side, Elmer told the monster that if he kills Elmer, your going to the death zone, then it goes to static and a another loudful banging from a gun is heard 12 times, with a sinister scream as it turns red.
Dorkpool: -sighs- You know, these clichés don’t even need us to make fun of them. They’re jokes in and of themselves.
Sylvester screams and breaks another TV. Granny rushes downstairs and Sylvester rushes up avoiding Granny, Sylvester grabs a gun and brutally shot Granny in the head and the nuts.
Mirror: Shot in the nuts? Are you trying to say is that Granny is actually a tranny?
Sylvester sucked the blood out of Granny and Tweety was alerted saying Help!
Sylvester eats Tweety as blood came out of his mouth. Sylvester grabs 10 Pounds of gasoline and burned the house down with a sinister laugh.
Dorkpool: (Clerk): So, how much gasoline do you want?
Mirror: (Sylvester): Ten pounds.
Dorkpool: (Clerk): Um…we measure gasoline in terms of gallons.
Mirror: (Sylvester): I WANT TEN POUNDS, DAMN IT! DON’T MAKE ME ANGRY!
Then he was beated up by more people. Sylvester is taking revenge once more on them by placing c4 explosions in the military base and blowed it up as it looked like a mushroom cloud.
The episode ends with a sinister face of Sylvester with no eyes, and bloody and bruises all over him, Then it came back to Cartoon Network with another Looney Tunes short.
Mirror: I hope it’s a Bugs Bunny one!
Dorkpool: This story sucks.
Mirror: The spelling and grammar isn’t all that good, and it sometimes gets in the way of understanding. Then again, from what I could decipher, the story itself wasn’t anything special. Just your typical lost episode story. Insert extreme death and violence, eyelessness, the color red, you know the drill. Actually, this story is worse than its predecessor. At least the first one made some sense. And it had Doctor Who references!
Dorkpool: There are good things, of course. The story is short, so it’s not a drag to read. And…yeah, that’s about it. A less than adequate sequel to a less than adequate story. But that’s what we think. What do you guys think? Was the story good? Was the Riff good? Do you wish we’d be shotted to death? Leave your thoughts in the comments below.