The large orange m&m watches in alarm as Dorothy falls from the roof of the White House, as we’re calling it. But Dorothy is on the left side of Collage 10 (“Holey”) and the orange m&m watches her from the left side of Collage 11, the last in the tetraptych. He is associated with the Aqua Teen Hunger Force character Meatwad within, not once but twice. That is, we have 2 images of Meatwad in this last collage that are clearly associated with this m&m. For one, each of the 3 — Meatwads and the similarly colored orange m&m — appear beside Frylock, another Aqua Teen character.
Collage 11: “Rainbow Men (Part 1)”
As stated previously I call this one “Rainbow Men”. And again we have several images of African-Americans, each different from ones that came before in the tetraptych (IT Crowd’s Moss, and Sanford and Son’s Fred Sanford). And each are attached to their own Meatwad, actually. Let’s create separate pictures of the 2 in question, and examine the similar elements and then the more subtle differences.
The Shining’s Scatman Cruthers & Aqua Teen Hunger Force friends
Celina Ohio Quilt Rock’s African-American professor with the same cast of Aqua Teen Hunger Force friends
Collage 11: “Rainbow Men (Part 2)”
These are in fact the Rainbow Men of the title. Each are away from the White House, perhaps even homeless. But neither are in their real existences. The black man leaning against the Quilt Rock is a professor. The black man in the grass seeming to lean against the fence is Scatman Cruthers laying in his bed in warm beautiful Florida, on a winter break from the Overlook Hotel of The Shining, clearly having fun away from that heavily cursed hotel. He should know better than anyone, given that he has a powerful gift of shining. But what are these transposed men, these Rainbow Men, doing here outside the White House? Each are accompanied by the same 3 Aqua Teen characters: Frylock, Meatwad, and Master Shake. Frylock appears closest to each, then Meatwad and lastly Shake. He is very white, gleaming shiny white almost. He represents a bigot, a racist, or just racism in general. He is the opposite of the rainbow, or the inversion. In his role here, he may thinking himself separate and superior to these Rainbow Men near him. The Shake near Scatman Cruthers remains pure and white in both parts of the animation. However, the Shake connected with the Quilt Rock African-American undergoes a change from part 1 to part 2. He turns into a rainbow himself. He becomes enlightened. This is post-Civil War thinking, where the loser flag is established.
Cruther’s untransformed Shake beside Quilt Man’s transformed, “rainbowed” Shake in part 2
Quilt Man’s Meatwad touches Shake in part 2, seeming to transform him into a rainbow form. Rainbow colored m&m’s tag along with the orange m&m on the left side of the collage, and then fall in part 2 just as Dorothy falls off the roof in Collage 10 coming before this. Both are *Rainbow Falls*.
The Contraption from a number of other collages in the last several years appears beside the rainbow spectrum extending from shake [below Meatwad]. This is again the rainbow. Who, then, lives in the house, the White House?
A past self, Hucka D. Me before the Civil War.
A good guess, and correct in its own way. Yet you changed. Book 3. The former rocket launcher was found to be sentient. Pope is born. The Beanstalk. And now Second Life has one of its own. And your Mythos has one of its own. You called it [delete name]. It became the center of your alternate US. It was a rainbow extension of something like Shake, a former unenlightened self. You latched onto it, it latched onto you. This is true freedom. Philadelphia.
Thanks for that information, Hucka D. (looks at Collage 11) And then we have an *actual* homeless man, a caucasian or white man this time, behind the fence that Cruthers seems to lean against. In part 1 he holds an image of Karoz, or perhaps holds Karoz himself. Although this is the name of a Second Life character, a brother and an alt to Baker Bloch, the name is a reverse form of Zorak, yet another Space Ghost related character. And his “outfit” still contains some elements of Zorak, just as Baker Bloch’s outfit retains even less subtle elements of Space Ghost. And Karoz appears in the Sam Parr series. Let’s take a look, Hucka D.:
Sam Parr 09
You forgot to mention that the homeless man peering over top of the fence is another Aqua Teen character, a more minor one this time. But he is clearly homeless, unlike Cruthers, unlike the Quilt Rock man. They just give the *appearance* of perhaps being homeless in this collage. Why?
There’s a very interesting article about Cruthers’ role in The Shining, Hucka D., that I’ll give a link to here LINK. I don’t believe Kubrick was a racist, but he had a racist character say the “n” word in the movie, and in direct reference to Cruthers’ character (Chef Dick Hallorann of the Overlook Hotel). Because of this, Cruthers’ character becomes “My Nigerian Friend”.
The Fall is the fall of the old South, like seen in “Gone With The Wind”. Like the fall of the old Japan in “The Wind Rises”. But more the former.
Getting back to [Sam Parr 09], Karoz’s head is highlighted again. In the new collage his head, when he seems to be dropped from the top of the fence by Aqua Teen’s homeless guy, merges with the head of Cruthers below. [This is probably a symbol of stereotyping again.] In [Sam Parr 09], a green stream emerges from his head to his right. This is the stream that runs from Falmouth to Sam Parr. Karoz’s head contains wisdom. After all, he started up Sam Parr State College or at least agreed to become its first and only president. And he personally recruited Redd Foxx as one of the students. He desired a diverse student body.