It had to be a special person who came up with this cartoon:
I don't know about you, but I couldn't solve a Rubik's Cube for the life of me. I got very good at peeling off the stickers and replacing them in their proper position. But every now and then, the news would show the world record holder for solving the Rubik's Cube in the fastest time. Their hands would be a blur of fury, and then, ta-da...a fully solved Rubik's Cube.
So, what better way to extoll the wonders of the cube than to immortalize it in a cartoon. In Rubik the Amazing Cube, a magical elf-creature lives inside a Rubik's Cube. In order for the elf to come out and help solve mysteries, three kids have to constantly solve the cube which is always becoming a jumbled mess.
Well thank heavens for these brilliant children. Left to me, Rubik would never be solved. Thus, he would starve to death inside his little prison, and the world's mysteries would never be solved. And then, the world would crumble into anarchy.