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15th May '16 2:02:30 PM DrOO7
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** Speaking of George. . .in an episode where he sleeps with a married woman, the woman's husband declares his intent to "sew his ass to his face, break all his joints and reattach them backwards", etc. One wonders what kind of treatment his poor ''wife'' was in for when she returned home from their tryst.
8th May '16 11:18:07 AM Morgenthaler
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* TheJeffFoxworthyShow has an in-universe example. Jeff and his college professor father-in-law Elliot are dressed as a gladiator and the devil respectively trying to milk a nervous cow, DontAsk [[MakesSenseInContext long story]]. Elliot comes up with the idea of relaxing the cow by sing the Indianan University song. When Jeff explains the incident to his wife she says "I remember hearing my father singing that through my bedroom wall as a kid." She and Jeff look over at her parents [[ParentalSexualitySquick and realize why her father was singing it]].

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* TheJeffFoxworthyShow ''Series/TheJeffFoxworthyShow'' has an in-universe example. Jeff and his college professor father-in-law Elliot are dressed as a gladiator and the devil respectively trying to milk a nervous cow, DontAsk [[MakesSenseInContext long story]]. Elliot comes up with the idea of relaxing the cow by sing the Indianan University song. When Jeff explains the incident to his wife she says "I remember hearing my father singing that through my bedroom wall as a kid." She and Jeff look over at her parents [[ParentalSexualitySquick and realize why her father was singing it]].
5th Feb '16 12:24:08 PM WriterGirl2015
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* Fridge/AreYouAfraidOfTheDark
5th Feb '16 12:23:44 PM WriterGirl2015
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** Also, he has signs outside which have crossings on them to indicate how many lives he's taken to stay young. One sign depicts a woman, then a man, a kid, and a [[KickTheDog dog]].
** If Daniele hadn't stopped him she would've been an orphan and Peter would've continued to take souls to stay young if another family came to stay at his home, and would use Danielle herself if she refused to join him.
** The ending of The Tale Of The Dark Music: [[spoiler: Andy sics the monster on the bully that's been tormenting him all episode. However, he accidentally gets him ''eaten'' in the process. In return for this... the monster gives him a new bike (the bully destroyed his old one) and promises to give him anything he wants as long as he ''keeps feeding him'']]. The final kicker, though? The last shot of the episode implies [[spoiler:that he's more than willing to give the monster what it wants with a subdued SlasherSmile and that '''his sister is next to go''']].
** Of course the nightmare is subdued when its revealed that one of the narrators mentioned that he didn't completely go through with [[spoiler:feeding his sister to the monster]].
*** Yet it still adds a dose of FridgeHorror when said narrator mentioned that [[spoiler:he used the monster as a form of intimidation towards his sister]]. Which still screams HeWhoFightsMonsters territory.
** Even if [[spoiler: he didn't feed his sister to "It"]], I'd hate to be anyone who got on that kid's bad side. In fact, I'd hate to be anywhere near that kid whenever he wanted something that he somehow couldn't get on his own.
5th Feb '16 11:57:25 AM WriterGirl2015
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* Series/AreYouAfraidOfTheDark? has the "Tale of the Pinball Wizard" episode. When Ross, the protagonist, finds himself trapped in a twisted version of his local mall, the first strange event that occurs is that thousands of quarters fall from the ceiling. When it's later revealed that [[spoiler: he's trapped inside a pinball machine]], this takes on new meaning: [[spoiler: every one of those quarters is a credit in the machine, and thus a round of the game he has to play before escaping, if he ever can escape.]]

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* Series/AreYouAfraidOfTheDark? has the Series/AreYouAfraidOfTheDark?
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"Tale of the Pinball Wizard" episode. When Ross, the protagonist, finds himself trapped in a twisted version of his local mall, the first strange event that occurs is that thousands of quarters fall from the ceiling. When it's later revealed that [[spoiler: he's trapped inside a pinball machine]], this takes on new meaning: [[spoiler: every one of those quarters is a credit in the machine, and thus a round of the game he has to play before escaping, if he ever can escape.]]]]
** Peter is shown in "The Tale Of The Captured Souls" to spy on Danielle and her family through his mirrors as part of his plan to steal their youth. The cameras include views of the tub in the bathroom and the bedroom. Does this mean Peter has watched Danielle and her parents undress when changing, to take a bath, or going to bed? Especially alarming when one considers that he's implied to have disturbing FoeYay towards Danielle.
29th Dec '15 1:34:44 PM DrOO7
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* In the ''Series/IDidntDoIt'' episode "Dance Fever," Sherri, an AxCrazy girl dangerously obsessed with being the only person with a perfect attendance record, purposely infects Lindy with the flu, and tries to make her trip down the stairs, poison her, and even attack her at home to get her to lose her perfect attendance record. She also injures Logan's date in order to be his replacement date and get into Logan and Lindy's house to terrorize her. Before locking Lindy in the janitor's closet, she admits that she did also cause the last person who lost their perfect attendance record, Greg Johnson, to become sick. Just how many people has Sherri infected, injured, or terrorized just to try and become the only one with perfect attendance?

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* In the ''Series/IDidntDoIt'' episode "Dance Fever," Sherri, an AxCrazy girl dangerously obsessed with being the only person with a perfect attendance record, purposely infects Lindy with the flu, and tries to make her trip down the stairs, poison her, and even attack her at home to get her to lose her perfect attendance record. She also injures Logan's date in order to be his replacement date and get into Logan and Lindy's house to terrorize her. Before locking Lindy in the janitor's closet, she admits that she did also cause the last person who lost their perfect attendance record, Greg Johnson, to become sick. Just how many people has Sherri infected, injured, or terrorized just to try and become the only one with perfect attendance?attendance?
* In an episode of ''Series/FamilyMatters'', it's revealed that Urkel's locker combination corresponds to Laura's bust, waist, and hip measurements. How did he figure that out? There are many ways in which he could have done so, but everyone of them reveals him to be a obsessed pervert.
14th Sep '15 12:59:17 PM DeathsApprentice
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* The various MonsterOfTheWeek beasts in ''SpaceSheriffGavan'', ''SpaceSheriffSharivan'', and ''SpaceSheriffShaider'', while portrayed as usually goofy in each episode, have nightmarish implications if they were never defeated. The vast majority of which had at least one melee weapon they were at least semi-competent at wielding and their standard powers include shapeshifting, invisibility, teleportation, size alteration, telekinetic properties, and some bodily weapon; said powers increase in their home nightmarish dimension. These powers make most of them essentially minor deities each capable of ruling over humanity with little to no means of retaliating against them (aside from the titular heroes of course).

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* The various MonsterOfTheWeek beasts in ''SpaceSheriffGavan'', ''SpaceSheriffSharivan'', and ''SpaceSheriffShaider'', while portrayed as usually goofy in each episode, have nightmarish implications if they were never defeated. The vast majority of which had at least one melee weapon they were at least semi-competent at wielding and their standard powers include shapeshifting, invisibility, teleportation, size alteration, telekinetic properties, and some bodily weapon; said powers increase in their home nightmarish dimension. These powers make most of them essentially minor deities each capable of ruling over humanity with little to no means of retaliating against them (aside from the titular heroes of course).course).
* In the ''Series/IDidntDoIt'' episode "Dance Fever," Sherri, an AxCrazy girl dangerously obsessed with being the only person with a perfect attendance record, purposely infects Lindy with the flu, and tries to make her trip down the stairs, poison her, and even attack her at home to get her to lose her perfect attendance record. She also injures Logan's date in order to be his replacement date and get into Logan and Lindy's house to terrorize her. Before locking Lindy in the janitor's closet, she admits that she did also cause the last person who lost their perfect attendance record, Greg Johnson, to become sick. Just how many people has Sherri infected, injured, or terrorized just to try and become the only one with perfect attendance?
12th Jul '15 1:56:20 PM kchishol
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12th Jul '15 1:54:25 PM kchishol
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9th Apr '15 10:09:40 PM totofan4ever
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* Fridge/BarneyAndFriends
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