Anonymous asked: "NAC - That confession about Robert knowing his part was really weird... like... did you not expect him to learn his lines?... were your expectations THAT low?"
I’m pretty sure it was meant to compliment how easily Robert fit in with everyone else, not to refer to super low expectations. When it refers to “parts” it could be that he handled the often rapid change in his roles very well, such as the quick change from the dead guard to the bread salesmen. Let’s not attack each other over exact wordings of confessions, especially since we have international confessors whose first language may not be English.
asked: "NAC - To the guy in the comments saying that Jafar tried to marry Jasmine in the movie and this doesn't make sense with the twist in Twisted, remember the ending of Twisted. The traveling salesman - that is, Aladdin - is lying his ass off."
Not sure what comments you were talking about, but correct. The beauty of the writing perfectly “discredits” the original story
Anonymous asked: "NAC - Toilet (or bathroom) humor is a type of off-color humor dealing with defecation, urination, and flatulence, and to a lesser extent vomiting and other body functions. It sees substantial crossover with sexual humor, such as penis jokes. (source: Wikipedia)"
There you go, now we know everything (and more!) you ever wanted to about bathroom humor
Anonymous asked: "nac- i feel stupid for asking this but what is considered bathroom humor?"
Not 100% sure what the confessor was referencing, but it could be the sultan’s infertility or the guards choking on fecal matter or the djinn’s jokes….
Anonymous asked: "NAC - So about the 'inappropriate' humor in Twisted... It IS a parody of Disney - which has come to be Universally accepted as a family friendly experience filled with good morals appropriate and entertaining for all ages.... it wouldn't be a proper parody if they didn't just totally go against this haha its part of a bigger joke/commentary that I'm sad to see is going over a lot of peoples heads."
I agree, but would add that they are also intentionally expanding on things that Disney has gotten flack for. For example, the majority of Take Off Your Clothes references “hidden sexual messages” found in movies such as The Lion King.