I'm doing crappy in school, because I got most unmotivated and ran with it.
I don't know how I'll ever afford to go to art school. I don't even know if I can afford next month's rent. My car is finally completely legal, but I can't afford the payments.
I beat Holly at Yu-gi-oh yesterday because she refuses to edit her deck.
I think I have the real flu now. Luckily, Holly got a flu shot yesterday.
When I was a kid, my mom would always lose on purpose when she was playing games with us. But I don't have to, because Holly knows just as much about the games we play as I do. She might know more about Yu-gi-oh, because she watches it like every day, and I don't.
Star Wars episode 2 Attack of the Clones
Cowboy Bebop the movie
Lord of the Rings The Two Towers
Amazing Earth (documentary)
Crocodile Hunter Collision Course
Jimmy Neutron Boy Genius
Scooby Doo - live action movie
I've only had a DVD player like a year. I could never list all of my VHS tapes. There's only 2 that I have on both DVD and VHS (Episode 2 and Amazing Earth).
So, anyway, Origin Stories. Origin Stories suck, unless it's the first episode or installment. This is why the Powerpuff Girls isn't half as popular as it was prior to the movie. If your character has a background, you don't have to do a whole episode/movie flashback. Just allude to and show bits and pieces. A couple of minutes of flashback should be all the audience needs to follow the current plot. And the flashback should be plot-related. So, if your hero's girlfriend left him at the altar, and that's why he won't fall in love with the heroine, that works. But if his girlfriend left him at the altar and it has nothing to do with his crime-fighting abilities, then leave it.
Fans say they want origin stories, but they don't. They want to know the origin of the hero. There's a big difference there. I've seen dozens of after-the-fact origin stories, and none of them are as engaging as the original show/movie premise.
So, short answer, no Dwip origin story. We might allude to Dwip's origins, but to be quite honest we're slightly warring between ourselves over what the actual origin is. I just don't think the ideas I've heard are funny enough to merit a whole three minutes.
But think about it. Do you really want to know more about Cato, or do you just want to see him attack Clouseau randomly?
Yeah, that's what I thought.