“So why did they air “Trouble in Lumpy Space” again, instead of “Evicted”?” - I_Greyhound
“how come trouble in lumpy space came on instead of evicted and now evicted is coming next week what happened?” - sayvon
“Yeah, I mean, not saying that Trouble in Lumpy Space is bad or anything, but some people missed Evicted and were hoping to see it tonight. PLEASE make a post or something about this.” - finnthehuman
Yeah, I was surprised, too. I thought it was going to be “Wizard” (new and great) plus “Evicted!” (a repeat, but still great). After all, that’s the way it is on my complimentary DVD. Turns out Cartoon Network has decided to switch to a single premiere format, matching a new episode with an old one until all the new ones are used up. The good news? You’ll get a new episode on Monday nights twice as long this way. Stretching out the good times. Since tonight’s “Wizard” takes us halfway through the first season, you get to look forward to thirteen weeks more of new cartoons. It’s like eating fourteen really tasty donuts one a day for two weeks rather than two a day for one week (even though some of us would eat all fourteen in one day).
So, tell us. In your opinion, is this a good thing or a bad thing?
P.S. Of course, I’m not really answering your questions. We can see why the network wanted a repeat after “Wizard,” we just don’t know why they switched one already seen episode for another.