Hello, Mighty B fans, this is Concernedalien11780. I liked The Mighty B when it first aired on Nick in 2008, though stopped liking some time thereafter it for a pretty irrational reason- because my sister didn't like it. Really, past Neil? That's never stopped you from liking something before. I guess because that was just before the teenage angst period and I needed something to hate for no reason. Puberty, people. Avoid it if you can. The Mighty B was moved to Nicktoons in 2011, a channel that not many people watch anymore because it's not available in HD (or because not many people have cable or satellite anymore and most prefer streaming or occasionally piracy, sorry, but you know it's true), so I just put it out of my mind. However, multiple things that came out this year, such as the final season of Parks and Recreation and Disney/Pixar's Inside Out reminded me how talented, smart, and lovable Amy Poehler is (and reminded my mom even more, who is a huge fan of almost anything featuring Amy Poehler and/or Tina Fey), with her roles as Leslie Knope and Riley Anderson's Joy, and you'd be forgiven for thinking that those two characters are the same. It made me decide that if I were to ever see Mighty B again, I'd give it another chance and probably like it. I read some of the reviews of the show that praised it for essentially being "Spongebob for girls", and I think that it's something like that, though I think that both boys and girls could enjoy it, provided you don't have any dumb gripes with watching a show with a female protagonist, as many boys and even a small fraction of girls do. From what I remember of the show, some plots had more emotional weight than Spongebob could even try to attempt, so that's another important distinction. Thank you for letting me into this community, and never stop trying to be the best B you can possibly B!