We’re so excited for you guys to watch the newest episode of #Biggs!
We’ve put together a few things that you might want to try.
The episode begins with a montage of iconic scenes from the show, like the iconic “pizza man” scene from season 1 and the “Dude, that’s hot” scene at the end of season 4.
Then we get to see the pizza-shaped lights, and then we get a glimpse of the neon lights streaking across the city.
Here’s what you need to know about the episode.
What’s it about?
The #BougieBiggs is an animated series created by Chris Rock, which aired in the summer of 2018 on Cartoon Network.
The show follows the life of a man named Jeff “Bigg” Gripp, who goes on the run after being accused of rape and attempted murder by his ex-girlfriend, Zoey.
Jeff, as you might expect, goes on a quest to find the truth about Zoey’s accusation, and he also comes across a pizza man who helps him find it.
What’s the deal with the neon light streaks?
The neon lights in #BaggieBigs are just another way to represent Jeff’s journey, and in this episode, the show tells the story of how they came to be.
Why did we include the neon?
It’s a cool way to show off how colorful and beautiful neon can be.
Also, we wanted to be a little different than the other episodes of the show that have featured neon lights.
This episode was shot in a warehouse with only bright neon on a neon-lit floor.
We felt like the neon would make it seem like it was raining outside when in reality it was just a big bunch of lights bouncing around.
We also wanted to show that the neon isnt just a way to symbolize Jeff’s quest.
When did we shoot this episode?
Our first episode of this new season premiered on October 7, 2018.
The show was shot on location in the Los Angeles area and is expected to air for the first time in 2019.
What’s so special about this episode that you want to know?
There are so many different ways that we can represent Jeff and his quest.
The first episode in the new season will feature a very different look and feel than the others, with a very neon-themed theme.
The lighting is a lot more detailed than previous episodes, and we’ll have to see how it works out.
Where can I watch this episode in my area?
You can stream the episode on the Cartoon Network app or Cartoon Network’s YouTube channel.
You can also catch it on Cartoon Networks’ official YouTube channel, where it’s available for watch offline.