My favorite show!!!! The beginning seasons start off directed more towards younger audiences but once season 3 was released the series started dealing with harder topics and became more directed towards ALL ages. The series has amazing themes and storylines and even better charactets that you can relate to and connect with. The (voice) actors are excellent, the writers are super creative and the soundtrack is positively amazing. It's truly and incredible, fun series despite what some people may say or how it appears. It is a Lego cartoon show about ninjas after all. So most people think it is for little kids and mostly little boys. Wow are they WRONG. NINJAGO is for ALL ages and for both boys AND girls! It's a fun show for family as well. Some people might not agree with me and that's okay. But I know several teenagers again, both boys and girls that watch NINJAGO and the fandom is HUGE. ★FUN FACT: NINJAGO season 2 came out and 2012 and was planned to originally end after that. However, due to the intense demand for more NINJAGO and growing fandom, season 3 was released in 2014. So after 2 whole years of waiting, a "fan demanded" was released to everyone's delightment!! This just goes to prove how much the show is loved! Call me childish, but it is 100% my favorite show and will forever remain on top! ALWAYS ★10/10★ !!!
However, I don't agree with the teaching methods of Abby and the all of the mothers (except Holly/Nia's mom) are crazy so there is a LOT of "Momma Drama" on screen. But at the same time, it's reality TV so most of it is fake. Yes the stuff that happens is real but it's made out to be way more than it is and it's edited big time. But amidst the chaotic atmosphere, the girl are wonderful kids and I really love watching them Dance!!
I agree with you GummyYummyBear and I refuse to use ANY of her links! In fact, her comments have made me to want to use martilinear and hashishei even more. There was no need for her to use profanity like that (I don't think it was on this Lucky Man where she used the F word but on something I watched earlier in the week) ! If she had been a uploader on primewire, she would have been banned for life for using language like that and badmouthing other uploaders!
Disappeared Season 9 Episode 11 (s09e11)
A person suddenly and unexpectedly disappears; no trace, no clues, nothing but the lingering mystery they leave behind. According to the FBI's National Crime Information Center, there are now 110,484 active missing persons cases in the U.S., 53% are juveniles under the age of 18. Most of us have heard of the high-profile cases, such as Natalee Holloway, Stacey Peterson, and Chandra Levy. But have you ever heard of Mae Catherine Rocker, Alexis Peterson or Thomas Jay Kerr? Probably not. They are just a few of the hundreds of thousands of people in this country who one day, simply Disappeared. Most missing person's stories have never been told...until now. Disappeared is an exciting series that investigates the disappearance of these victims, who are here one minute, gone the next. Each episode focuses on one victim's story, as told through the perspectives and actual voices of their closest friends and family and the investigators trying to solve the case. Through interviews with family, friends, police, and searchers, each episode recounts the actions, thoughts, circumstances and motivations that led to each person's disappearance. Experience the victim's final hours until they vanished. Watch interviews with experts, from psychologists to forensic specialists to psychics, who will offer new insights into what may have happened in each case, whether the person was a victim of foul play or a runaway. Disappeared will take you inside the world of the missing, where a person can vanish without a trace, investigators race against the clock to solve a mystery, and the victim's anguished family and friends are left to wonder what in the world could have happened.
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