I’m watching the marathon leading up to the crossover right now. It’s almost 9 PM in my area, so I’ll be listening to it in my sleep. My theory is that I’ll be used to the Japanese dialogue and hopefully try to understand what the characters are saying. I’m not missing it though!
Isabella wears an outfit that makes me think of Rambo. Sadly no Phinbella moments. I believe there were only 2 scenes with her that were kind of minor. I think there's a reason she didn't appear in any of the trailers.
SirHighAwesomeParty wrote: How has the editing been going so far, if you've started downloading the crossover, that is?
Sadly the only thing I've done so far is download the crossover. It kind of took a while because of the big file size (keep in mind this contains the entire stream, which includes commercial breaks). I haven't been able to do much today as far as editing goes because I've been at work. But I'd say that by tomorrow at the very latest, I will be done with it.
Chasenina wrote: Does she still have a part in this? I think that there might be a smidge of a Phinabella moment in there. Phineas might worry about her.
Isabella does have a part, but 90% of the time she's not with the group. Without spoiling anything for you, sadly, I think that this episode is Phinbella-free for the most part. There is one part that could debatably be considered a Phinbella moment, but it's not intimate by any means.
Also,it's about with them at Milo's house watching TV. Is that from the end? And is Milo still friends with them after the incident? Who is prof. time? Where has she been? Are you watching all of it or part 1? I would like to know please.
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