"What Took You So Long? Idiot!"

"What Took You So Long? Idiot!"

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Warning: This entry contains mild spoilers for Puss In Boots: The Last Wish.


"What Took You So Long? Idiot!" is a scene from the 2022 Dreamworks film Puss In Boots: The Last Wish that inspired to several fan recreations in the form of fan art, comics, and YouTube videos.


In Puss In Boots: The Last Wish, Big Jack Horner pursues Puss and Kitty to obtain the map that leads to the Wishing Star. In doing so, he walks across a bridge made up of his own bakers while chatting with a talking cricket on his shoulder about his childhood and his wish. He then has more of his bakers attempt to cross his massive wagon over the same bridge, which is unable to support the wagon's weight. The "bridge" gives way, which causes the bakers and wagon to fall and crash into the canyon below. Jack only shrugs it off and laughs in response, while the cricket realizes just how bad a person he is and calls him an "irredeemable monster". Jack responds with "Oh! Oh! What took you so long? Idiot!" before flicking the cricket off his shoulder (scene shown below).

On January 9th, 2023, YouTube user Tango Golf[1] posted a shortened clip of the scene (shown below) which received over 516,000 views in over one month.


Videos recreating the scene started to appear in late January 2023. On January 20th, 2023, YouTube user TheHottest Dog[2] posted a Source Filmmaker video of the scene using Springtrap and Helpy from Five Nights At Freddy's. The video (shown below, left) received over 440,000 views in nearly one month. On January 23rd, 2023, YouTube user TheRealSullyG[3] posted a video of the scene recreated with Otamatones. The video (shown below, right) received over 693,000 views in over three weeks.

On January 26th, 2023, YouTube user Doodle-Jack posted the scene using Velma from the HBO Max cartoon series, as well as Scooby-Doo from the original Hanna Barbera cartoon series. The video (shown below, left) received over 1.1 million views in over three weeks. On January 30th, 2023, YouTube user Hydraulic Beanbag posted the scene using 3D models of Trollge. The video (shown below, right) received over 18,000 views in over two weeks.

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[1] YouTube – Tango Golf

[2] YouTube – The Hottest Dog

[3] YouTube – TheRealSullyG

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