History Awesome / Beetlejuice

15th Nov '16 12:27:17 AM skyborgsin
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** The wedding was completed: since Beetlejuice was already a ghost, him being eaten by a sandworm would send him to the room of the lost souls(or something possibly less scary where re-deaded people go). The fact he was seen last in the waiting room implies the marriage was completed and he came back as a living for the split second he had left before being killed again.
13th May '16 11:40:06 AM LadyNorbert
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* Just when it looks like the Maitlands have failed to intervene before Lydia and Beetlejuice's wedding is completed, [[BigDamnHeroes Barbara rides in on a freakin]] ''[[BigDamnHeroes SANDWORM]]'' [[BigDamnHeroes to devour Beetlejuice]].
* Beetlejuice's grand appearance after the Maitlands dig his grave.

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* Just when it looks like the Maitlands have failed to intervene before Lydia and Beetlejuice's Betelgeuse's wedding is completed, [[BigDamnHeroes Barbara rides in on a freakin]] ''[[BigDamnHeroes SANDWORM]]'' [[BigDamnHeroes to devour Beetlejuice]].
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* Beetlejuice's Betelgeuse's grand appearance after the Maitlands dig his grave.



* Lydia gets a very subtle one, which is also a Funny Moment, in "Spitting Image." After listening to the two Beetlejuices bicker constantly over which of them is better and which one she likes more, she finally tells them - despondently - that "You can't go on like this, you guys! And frankly... neither can I." She sighs and walks away with her head lowered, leaving the Beetlejuices staring after her in concern. But as soon as she gets far enough away from them, her expression turns ''devious''. She knows ''exactly'' what she's doing; she's completely aware that Beetlejuice can't stand to see her upset and will do what needs to be done to make her feel better. It's particularly awesome because Beetlejuice - con man extraordinaire that he is - never realizes that he's being played.

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* Lydia gets a very subtle one, which is also a Funny Moment, in "Spitting Image." After listening to the two Beetlejuices bicker constantly over which of them is better and which one she likes more, she finally tells them - despondently - that "You can't go on like this, you guys! And frankly... neither can I." She sighs and walks away with her head lowered, leaving the Beetlejuices staring after her in concern. But as soon as she gets far enough away from them, her expression turns ''devious''. She knows ''exactly'' what she's doing; she's completely aware that Beetlejuice can't stand to see her upset and will do what needs to be done to make her feel better. It's particularly awesome because Beetlejuice - con man extraordinaire that he is - never ''never'' realizes that he's being played.
20th Apr '16 9:36:59 PM LadyNorbert
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* Lydia gets a very subtle one, which is also a Funny Moment, in "Splitting Image." After listening to the two Beetlejuices bicker constantly over which of them is better and which one she likes more, she finally tells them - despondently - that "You can't go on like this, you guys! And frankly... neither can I." She sighs and walks away with her head lowered, leaving the Beetlejuices staring after her in concern. But as soon as she gets far enough away from them, her expression turns ''devious''. She knows ''exactly'' what she's doing; she's completely aware that Beetlejuice can't stand to see her upset and will do what needs to be done to make her feel better. It's particularly awesome because Beetlejuice - con man extraordinaire that he is - never realizes that he's being played.

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* Lydia gets a very subtle one, which is also a Funny Moment, in "Splitting "Spitting Image." After listening to the two Beetlejuices bicker constantly over which of them is better and which one she likes more, she finally tells them - despondently - that "You can't go on like this, you guys! And frankly... neither can I." She sighs and walks away with her head lowered, leaving the Beetlejuices staring after her in concern. But as soon as she gets far enough away from them, her expression turns ''devious''. She knows ''exactly'' what she's doing; she's completely aware that Beetlejuice can't stand to see her upset and will do what needs to be done to make her feel better. It's particularly awesome because Beetlejuice - con man extraordinaire that he is - never realizes that he's being played.
23rd Mar '16 10:51:23 AM LadyNorbert
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* In the episode "The Neitherworld's Least Wanted", the RoguesGallery trick Beetlejuice into falling apart (literally, that is). Lydia and BJ must recover his body parts before sunset or he will [[DeathsHourglass cease to exist]]. Finally, they get to where the final villain, Mr. Big (who's actually a [[HypocriticalHumor midget]]), is holding his heart. Mr. Big gets Lydia in a trap and watches as Beetlejuice is turning into goo. At almost the last possible second, Lydia pulls a BigDamnHeroes moment and knock the heart into the pool; Beetlejuice turns back to normal, proceeding go HeroicSecondWind on everyone's ass. And, as you might expect, it is '''awesome'''.

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* In the episode "The Neitherworld's Least Wanted", the RoguesGallery trick Beetlejuice into falling apart (literally, that is). Lydia and BJ must recover his body parts before sunset or he will [[DeathsHourglass cease to exist]]. Finally, they get to where the final villain, Mr. Big (who's actually a [[HypocriticalHumor midget]]), is holding his heart. Mr. Big gets Lydia in a trap and watches as Beetlejuice is turning into goo. At almost the last possible second, Lydia pulls a BigDamnHeroes moment and knock knocks the heart into the pool; Beetlejuice turns back to normal, proceeding go HeroicSecondWind on everyone's ass. And, as you might expect, it is '''awesome'''.


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* Lydia gets a very subtle one, which is also a Funny Moment, in "Splitting Image." After listening to the two Beetlejuices bicker constantly over which of them is better and which one she likes more, she finally tells them - despondently - that "You can't go on like this, you guys! And frankly... neither can I." She sighs and walks away with her head lowered, leaving the Beetlejuices staring after her in concern. But as soon as she gets far enough away from them, her expression turns ''devious''. She knows ''exactly'' what she's doing; she's completely aware that Beetlejuice can't stand to see her upset and will do what needs to be done to make her feel better. It's particularly awesome because Beetlejuice - con man extraordinaire that he is - never realizes that he's being played.
7th Mar '16 9:39:26 PM LadyNorbert
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* In the episode "The Neitherworld's Least Wanted", the RoguesGallery trick Beetlejuice into falling apart (literally, that is). Lydia and BJ must recover his body parts before sunset or he will [[DeathsHourglass cease to exist]]. Finally, they get to where the final villain, Mr. Big (who's actually a [[HypocriticalHumor midget]]) is holding his heart. Mr. Big gets Lydia in a trap and watches as Beetlejuice is turning into goo, until Lydia pulls a BigDamnHeroes moment, throws the heart into the pool and Beetlejuice turns back to normal, proceeding go HeroicSecondWind on everyone's ass. And, you guessed, it is '''awesome'''.
* In the WholeEpisodeFlashback in "Highs-Ghoul Confidential", after spending a good majority of the episode trying to find the right "buzz words" to really get his juice flowing, it all comes to a head when BJ is voted Prom King and subsequently humiliated in front of the entire class, which is just enough to push him over the edge, say his {{Catchphrase}} for the first time in his entire afterlife, and basically go all Film/{{Carrie}} on the asses of the two bullies who humiliated him. And it. Is. ''GLORIOUS''.

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* In the episode "The Neitherworld's Least Wanted", the RoguesGallery trick Beetlejuice into falling apart (literally, that is). Lydia and BJ must recover his body parts before sunset or he will [[DeathsHourglass cease to exist]]. Finally, they get to where the final villain, Mr. Big (who's actually a [[HypocriticalHumor midget]]) midget]]), is holding his heart. Mr. Big gets Lydia in a trap and watches as Beetlejuice is turning into goo, until goo. At almost the last possible second, Lydia pulls a BigDamnHeroes moment, throws moment and knock the heart into the pool and pool; Beetlejuice turns back to normal, proceeding go HeroicSecondWind on everyone's ass. And, as you guessed, might expect, it is '''awesome'''.
* In the WholeEpisodeFlashback in "Highs-Ghoul Confidential", after spending a good majority of the episode trying to find the right "buzz words" to really get his juice flowing, it all comes to a head when BJ is voted Prom King and subsequently humiliated in front of the entire class, which is just enough to push him over the edge, edge. This leads him to say his {{Catchphrase}} for the first time in his entire afterlife, and basically go all Film/{{Carrie}} on the asses of the two bullies who humiliated him. And it. Is. ''GLORIOUS''.


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* Pretty much any instance of Beetlejuice overcoming his fear of sandworms in order to save someone else from one of them - baby Arlo in "Critter Sitters," his father in "Beetlejuice's Parents," Lydia in "Worm Welcome," and so forth. Nothing scares him more than those monstrosities, but give him enough incentive and he'll fight off that fear.
15th Feb '16 7:48:45 PM LadyNorbert
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* Just when it looks like the Maitlands have failed to intervene before Lydia and Beetlejuice's wedding could be completed, [[BigDamnHeroes Barbara rides in on a freakin]] ''[[BigDamnHeroes SANDWORM]]'' [[BigDamnHeroes to devour Beetlejuice]].

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* Just when it looks like the Maitlands have failed to intervene before Lydia and Beetlejuice's wedding could be is completed, [[BigDamnHeroes Barbara rides in on a freakin]] ''[[BigDamnHeroes SANDWORM]]'' [[BigDamnHeroes to devour Beetlejuice]].



* In the episode "The Neitherworld's Least Wanted", the RoguesGallery had tricked Beetlejuice into falling apart (literally, that is). Lydia and BJ had to recover his body parts before sunset or he would [[DeathsHourglass cease to exist]]. Finally, they get to where the final villain, Mr. Big (who's actually a [[HypocriticalHumor midget]]) is holding his heart. Mr. Big gets Lydia in a trap and watches as Beetlejuice is turning into goo, until Lydia pulls a BigDamnHeroes moment, throws the heart into the pool and Beetlejuice turns back to normal, proceeding go HeroicSecondWind on his ass. And, you guessed, it is '''awesome'''.

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* In the episode "The Neitherworld's Least Wanted", the RoguesGallery had tricked trick Beetlejuice into falling apart (literally, that is). Lydia and BJ had to must recover his body parts before sunset or he would will [[DeathsHourglass cease to exist]]. Finally, they get to where the final villain, Mr. Big (who's actually a [[HypocriticalHumor midget]]) is holding his heart. Mr. Big gets Lydia in a trap and watches as Beetlejuice is turning into goo, until Lydia pulls a BigDamnHeroes moment, throws the heart into the pool and Beetlejuice turns back to normal, proceeding go HeroicSecondWind on his everyone's ass. And, you guessed, it is '''awesome'''.



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10th Jan '16 9:30:19 PM LadyNorbert
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* In "In the Schticks," BJ and Lydia are both arrested and sentenced to centuries of labor. When BJ can't convince the judge to let Lydia go, he tries to convince her to go back to the Outerworld where she'll be safe. Since that also doesn't work, he then busts out of his own imprisonment and spends most of the episode fighting to save her from hers. The awesome factor comes in when the viewer understands that Lydia is trapped at the Resort of Last Resort, a place where Beetlejuice experienced some severe childhood trauma. He's absolutely terrified of the place, but he refuses to let that fear keep him away from her.
2nd Jun '15 1:35:32 PM Jackie-Chaos-Bunny
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* In the episode "The Neitherworld's Least Wanted", the RoguesGallery had tricked Beetlejuice into falling apart (literally, that is). Lydia and BJ had to recover his body parts before sunset or he would [[DeathsHourglass cease to exist]]. Finally, they get to where the final villain, Mr. Big (who's actually a [[HypocriticalHumor midget]]) is holding his heart. Mr. Big gets Lydia in a trap and watches as Betelgeuse is turning into goo, until Lydia pulls a BigDamnHeroes moment, throws the heart into the pool and Beetlejuice turns back to normal, proceeding go HeroicSecondWind on his ass. And, you guessed, it is '''awesome'''.

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* In the episode "The Neitherworld's Least Wanted", the RoguesGallery had tricked Beetlejuice into falling apart (literally, that is). Lydia and BJ had to recover his body parts before sunset or he would [[DeathsHourglass cease to exist]]. Finally, they get to where the final villain, Mr. Big (who's actually a [[HypocriticalHumor midget]]) is holding his heart. Mr. Big gets Lydia in a trap and watches as Betelgeuse Beetlejuice is turning into goo, until Lydia pulls a BigDamnHeroes moment, throws the heart into the pool and Beetlejuice turns back to normal, proceeding go HeroicSecondWind on his ass. And, you guessed, it is '''awesome'''.
2nd Jun '15 1:33:58 PM Jackie-Chaos-Bunny
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* In the episode "The Neitherworld's Least Wanted", the RoguesGallery had tricked Beetlejuice into falling apart (literally, that is). They had to recover his body parts before sunset or he would [[DeathsHourglass cease to exist]]. Finally, they get to where the final villain, Mr. Big (who's actually a [[HypocriticalHumor midget]]) is holding his heart. Mr. Big gets Lydia in a trap and watches as Betelgeuse is turning into goo, until Lydia pulls a BigDamnHeroes moment, throws the heart into the pool and Beetlejuice turns back to normal, proceeding go HeroicSecondWind on his ass. And, you guessed, it is '''awesome'''.

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* In the episode "The Neitherworld's Least Wanted", the RoguesGallery had tricked Beetlejuice into falling apart (literally, that is). They Lydia and BJ had to recover his body parts before sunset or he would [[DeathsHourglass cease to exist]]. Finally, they get to where the final villain, Mr. Big (who's actually a [[HypocriticalHumor midget]]) is holding his heart. Mr. Big gets Lydia in a trap and watches as Betelgeuse is turning into goo, until Lydia pulls a BigDamnHeroes moment, throws the heart into the pool and Beetlejuice turns back to normal, proceeding go HeroicSecondWind on his ass. And, you guessed, it is '''awesome'''.
28th May '15 11:37:43 AM Jackie-Chaos-Bunny
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* In the WholeEpisodeFlashback in "Highs-Ghoul Confidential", after spending a good majority of the episode trying to find the right "buzz words" to really get his juice flowing, it all comes to a head when BJ is voted Prom King and subsequently humiliated in front of the entire class, which is just enough to push him over the edge, say his {{Catchphrase}} for the first time in his entire afterlife, and basically go all Film/{{Carrie}} on the asses of the two bullies to humiliated him. And it. Is. ''GLORIOUS''.

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* In the WholeEpisodeFlashback in "Highs-Ghoul Confidential", after spending a good majority of the episode trying to find the right "buzz words" to really get his juice flowing, it all comes to a head when BJ is voted Prom King and subsequently humiliated in front of the entire class, which is just enough to push him over the edge, say his {{Catchphrase}} for the first time in his entire afterlife, and basically go all Film/{{Carrie}} on the asses of the two bullies to who humiliated him. And it. Is. ''GLORIOUS''.
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