Tag: The Good Deed

“The Good Deed; The Prisoner” Among Top Ten Shows on Sunday

What’s more, the double episode also raked sixth in the Zap2it list, just like the premiere of “The Pet,” yet “The Good Deed; The Prisoner” did better absolutely with extrapolated 3,000,000 viewers vs. the 2,544,000 of “The Pet,” and that without being a premiere (except in that combination). It’s also number two among the animated shows if I’m not mistaken.

Rank Show Net Time Viewers (106)
1. Walking Dead AMC 9:00 PM 16.111
2. Walking Dead Marathon AMC 8:00 PM 5.665
3. Talking Dead AMC 10:01 PM 5.097
4. Despicable Me DSNY 9:00 AM 3.976
5. Good Luck Charlie DSNY 7:30 PM 3.070
6. Wander Over Yonder DSNY 10:45 AM 3.000
7. Gravity Falls DSNY 11:00 AM 2.829
8. Gravity Falls DSNY 11:30 AM 2.777
9. Walking Dead AMC 11:01 PM 2.729
10. Walking Dead Marathon AMC 7:01 PM 2.660

“The Good Deed” Color Script by Josh Parpan

Craig McCracken writes:

Once the storyboard is completed our Art Director Alex Kirwan works with our painters to produce these color scripts that give us an overview of how the story flows from a color perspective. Great color is one of the best tools you can use to help tell your story and set the right mood. Here is the color script for last weeks THE GOOD DEED painted by Josh Parpan.

“The Good Deed” Concept Art by Bryan Arnett

Hillbilly

Hillbilly

Bryan Arnett, character designer for the show, has again published previously unreleased character designs for “The Good Deed.” A quick scroll through the Production tag will take you to his previous sets. He comments:

Hefferumph (I think thats spelled correctly) and an Alien in tuxedo.

There we have the canonical spelling, in case you wanted to start an ask blog.

Update 2013-10-01: He has published another set of four pieces of concept art, including one model by Craig McCracken. I’ve added them above.

Update 2013-10-02: And two ore sets of two plus one images! So “graknor” seems to be what that critter is called.

Update 2013-10-03: He published two more sets entitled “Pig People” and “Hungry…creature.

“The Good Deed” Episode Guide

“The Good Deed,” written by Tim McKeon (@TimMcPhone on Twitter)!

Wander doubts whether good deeds are worth doing when he realizes each time he does a good deed for someone, it causes something more horrible to happen to someone else. —iTunes

Also have a close look at the end sequence: Spazz noticed that we already got the credits for “The Prisoner,” written by Lauren Faust and Greg White.

The episode will also be mirrored by YayPonies and will soon be available on iTunes.

Ways to Watch

New Promo for “The Good Deed”

This is the teaser that ran right after “The Fugitives,” uploaded by our trusty Spazz! (Get the 1080p version here.)

As also mentioned in the last post, you can check our “The Good Deed” tag for more information on the episode. Here air date and synopsis as reported on September 6:

Friday, September 27

9 p.m. Wander Over Yonder “The Good Deed”
When a series of Wander’s good deeds backfire, the free-spirited nomad sets out to make everything right.

Amended by iTunes:

Wander doubts whether good deeds are worth doing when he realizes each time he does a good deed for someone, it causes something more horrible to happen to someone else.

Promo Clip of The Good Deed via Disney Channel

You can check our “The Good Deed” tag for more information on the episode. Here air date and synopsis as reported on September 6:

Friday, September 27

9 p.m. Wander Over Yonder “The Good Deed”
When a series of Wander’s good deeds backfire, the free-spirited nomad sets out to make everything right.

Amended by iTunes:

Wander doubts whether good deeds are worth doing when he realizes each time he does a good deed for someone, it causes something more horrible to happen to someone else.

hayamika:

DISNEY UPLOADED A CLIP FOR THE GOOD DEED~ :D