Puppet pals the mysterious ticking noise
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Eventually starting in , Neil and his friends moved on from animated shorts to live-action shorts featuring real puppets, and they've even done a couple of live shows with the puppets. The series is most famous for the number of memes it has spawned. Also, Neville is a butternut squash and Cedric is a foot. Some of the fans of this series made Fanvids of these Fanvids , using the same or similar programs and posted them on YouTube. Community Showcase More. Follow TV Tropes. You need to login to do this.
"The Mysterious Ticking Noise", released March 23, , was the 22nd most- viewed video on YouTube as of.
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Potter Puppet Pals: The Mysterious Ticking Noise
The first two episodes were animated, both released in on Newgrounds. Six more episodes were released by Cicierega between and Both the original animated episodes, as well as the first seven live-action episodes, have been published to the official Potter Puppet Pals webpage.
On 24th March, , the world changed forever with the upload of one singular video, now sitting at million views. As with any vocal group, some put in a little more effort than others. It's important to ascertain who is the Brian McFadden of the band, just to know. Unlike the movies, Harry's performance in this piece isn't particularly essential to the plot. He came, he saw, and he made a bit of a fool of himself actually. Harry comes across as an egomaniac, running out of breath due to the ferocity with which he announces his own name repeatedly. It should've been a big reveal when Harry finally showed up in the video, but his lack of vocal prowess results in a total letdown.
In the literary world, Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows had just been released and thousands of us immediately skipped to the end to find out how our favorite book series finally ended. Severus Snape. But of course like anything that takes over the internet, it became something we all referenced and even made memes of. Check out this interview with Alan Rickman where the crowd behind him starts singing the Snape portion of the video. Rickman comes on at