The Cartoon Physicist is creating Video Reviews and a Podcast
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Hello, I'm Lauren Fox. Also known as The Cartoon Physicist, mainly just on my bi-weekly webseries 'The Cartoon Physicist's Noughtie List' in which I review TV shows and movies from the 2000s. Not just bad shows and movies like most reviewers though. I analyse what I consider to be good movies and shows, and bring attention to those long forgotten. Sometimes I look at TV pilots from the 2000s that didn't get the chance to become an ongoing series, in a segment I like to call 'TV Casualties'.

I'm myself though on my podcast 'Schlock & Terror', which involves my friends and I going through every video nasty one by one and talk about the reputation they garnered when 1980s' Britain thought low-budget horror VHS tapes were the root of all evil. 

I started 'The Cartoon Physicist's Noughtie List' a few years ago, but I feel my show has improved since then and therefore I can start a patreon without anyone laughing at me. If you want to pledge, go right ahead. It'll definitely help me get the props I need to finally work on the show's storylines. Have fun enjoying the rewards.

thecartoonphysicist.wordpress.com
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Simple as that, your name will be in the credits as a 'Patreon Sponsor'.
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You can request any TV show or movie from the 2000s for me to review on the show as an average episode. 
With movies, it's pretty simple: 2000 to 2009.
TV shows are a little more complicated. As well as the ordinary 2000 to 2009 shows, you can also request any shows that started in the late nineties (1996 to 1999) and have continued into the 2000s due to the number of shows that were deemed 2000s shows even though they started in the late 1990s.

Also shows that started in the 2000s into the 2010s and onwards. But not 1996 to 2010s shows, they are not shows from the 2000s. They're not 2000s shows, they're shows not restricted to any decade like The Simpsons or SpongeBob.

I have a few conditions.

1. There are a few shows and movies I have reserved for special episodes like anniversaries. If you request a reserved show or movie, I'm going to have to ask you to request your second choice. Nothing personal, these special episodes involve a lot of preparations and are made for specific dates, I can't possibly get one done in time for a patron like my average episodes.

2. Please don't request the following movies and shows that I wouldn't review:
Anime - I barely watched any, never been interested. It would be very difficult for me to talk about an anime series since I'm the opposite of an expert.
Harry Potter films - Hold your torches and pitchforks, I'm just indifferent to Harry Potter in general. I'm not going to review them because I would be a pretty boring reviewer in an episode about any of these films.
Twilight films- Everything that could be said about them has been said. I would just end up repeating what every reviewer has said.
Transformers films - Same as above.
Son of the Mask - Pretty much the whole review would be me rocking myself in the corner.

3. They must be completed shows, no on-going series.

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I'm already having a bit of a hard time getting my videos online on time, getting them done as early access videos on Patreon would be a nightmare. So early access script it is! Please keep spoilers to yourself though.
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Hooray! Two options!

Option One: I'll put an advertisement made by you about your review show/music/business/whatever-else-you-have-that's-creative in my show, whether in the middle or at the end of the credits.

Option Two: If you don't have anything to advertise, you get to request anything outside my criteria. A TV show or a movie not stuck in the 2000s. Or just stuff you would like to see me review in general that I can get my hands on, like comics, food, or...
stuff!

Preferably something that I would have at least a little teeny tiny bit of knowledge of. Plus, these aren't like my average episodes so maybe chose something that won't take too much time. For example, the entire run of Classic Doctor Who will take too much time to review.

Bonus Reward! You get to do cameo! Basically one concerning how much fun/misery I'll have reviewing your request, a cameo that I can 'respond' to in the video.

Condition number two of the $5 reward still applies here. Seriously, no anime.
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Skype Call/Chat while playing a Multiplayer Browser Game.

You, your friends, and I will have the opportunity talk on Skype while playing a multiplayer online game, like Cards Against Humanity.

These calls aren't going to be live-streamed, by the way. I'm not that good with technology.
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Patreon Exclusive Commentary of An Episode of Your Choice.

What it says on the tin.
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$8 of $200 per month
I'll start my upcoming side webseries 'The Cartoon Physicist's Open Mic Night'. I'll do a top ten list of a specific voice actor's characters in each episode. Each list will be based on a voice actor's skill and the strengths of the characters. The first episode's voice actor will be my choice, but the rest are up to you.
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Hello, I'm Lauren Fox. Also known as The Cartoon Physicist, mainly just on my bi-weekly webseries 'The Cartoon Physicist's Noughtie List' in which I review TV shows and movies from the 2000s. Not just bad shows and movies like most reviewers though. I analyse what I consider to be good movies and shows, and bring attention to those long forgotten. Sometimes I look at TV pilots from the 2000s that didn't get the chance to become an ongoing series, in a segment I like to call 'TV Casualties'.

I'm myself though on my podcast 'Schlock & Terror', which involves my friends and I going through every video nasty one by one and talk about the reputation they garnered when 1980s' Britain thought low-budget horror VHS tapes were the root of all evil. 

I started 'The Cartoon Physicist's Noughtie List' a few years ago, but I feel my show has improved since then and therefore I can start a patreon without anyone laughing at me. If you want to pledge, go right ahead. It'll definitely help me get the props I need to finally work on the show's storylines. Have fun enjoying the rewards.

thecartoonphysicist.wordpress.com

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Tiers
Pledge $2 or more per month
1 patron
Name in Credits.

Simple as that, your name will be in the credits as a 'Patreon Sponsor'.
Pledge $5 or more per month
1 patron
You can request any TV show or movie from the 2000s for me to review on the show as an average episode. 
With movies, it's pretty simple: 2000 to 2009.
TV shows are a little more complicated. As well as the ordinary 2000 to 2009 shows, you can also request any shows that started in the late nineties (1996 to 1999) and have continued into the 2000s due to the number of shows that were deemed 2000s shows even though they started in the late 1990s.

Also shows that started in the 2000s into the 2010s and onwards. But not 1996 to 2010s shows, they are not shows from the 2000s. They're not 2000s shows, they're shows not restricted to any decade like The Simpsons or SpongeBob.

I have a few conditions.

1. There are a few shows and movies I have reserved for special episodes like anniversaries. If you request a reserved show or movie, I'm going to have to ask you to request your second choice. Nothing personal, these special episodes involve a lot of preparations and are made for specific dates, I can't possibly get one done in time for a patron like my average episodes.

2. Please don't request the following movies and shows that I wouldn't review:
Anime - I barely watched any, never been interested. It would be very difficult for me to talk about an anime series since I'm the opposite of an expert.
Harry Potter films - Hold your torches and pitchforks, I'm just indifferent to Harry Potter in general. I'm not going to review them because I would be a pretty boring reviewer in an episode about any of these films.
Twilight films- Everything that could be said about them has been said. I would just end up repeating what every reviewer has said.
Transformers films - Same as above.
Son of the Mask - Pretty much the whole review would be me rocking myself in the corner.

3. They must be completed shows, no on-going series.

Pledge $10 or more per month
0 patrons
Early access to scripts.

I'm already having a bit of a hard time getting my videos online on time, getting them done as early access videos on Patreon would be a nightmare. So early access script it is! Please keep spoilers to yourself though.
Pledge $20 or more per month
0 patrons
Hooray! Two options!

Option One: I'll put an advertisement made by you about your review show/music/business/whatever-else-you-have-that's-creative in my show, whether in the middle or at the end of the credits.

Option Two: If you don't have anything to advertise, you get to request anything outside my criteria. A TV show or a movie not stuck in the 2000s. Or just stuff you would like to see me review in general that I can get my hands on, like comics, food, or...
stuff!

Preferably something that I would have at least a little teeny tiny bit of knowledge of. Plus, these aren't like my average episodes so maybe chose something that won't take too much time. For example, the entire run of Classic Doctor Who will take too much time to review.

Bonus Reward! You get to do cameo! Basically one concerning how much fun/misery I'll have reviewing your request, a cameo that I can 'respond' to in the video.

Condition number two of the $5 reward still applies here. Seriously, no anime.
Pledge $30 or more per month
0 patrons
Skype Call/Chat while playing a Multiplayer Browser Game.

You, your friends, and I will have the opportunity talk on Skype while playing a multiplayer online game, like Cards Against Humanity.

These calls aren't going to be live-streamed, by the way. I'm not that good with technology.
Pledge $50 or more per month
0 patrons
Patreon Exclusive Commentary of An Episode of Your Choice.

What it says on the tin.