- King Triton has a sea witch problem. Over and over again, these sea witches are messing with the man. If I'm in his kingdom, I consider the idea of doing a recall on his position of leadership. The man simply can't control these sea witches!
- Sebastian is no kind of a reliable caretaker. After he completely lost control of Ariel in the first movie, how could that same lady trust her daughter in the sequel to the care of a six-ounce crab?
- Scuttle kicks ass.
- That deleted scene where the fishermen roast a merperson on the beach while dancing to the sounds of a deejay and drinking Corona is inappropriate for toddlers.
On The Little Mermaid...
My two-year-old daughter is crazy about mermaids (she calls them merdades, and it's been established around here that they are not to be eaten!), and we've been watching a lot of The Little Mermaid and The Little Mermaid II. I think, because I can't get the damned songs out of my head and I know every aspect of both storyboards, I'm qualified to offer the following observations: