History GoodAngelBadAngel / WesternAnimation

13th Apr '18 12:28:07 PM CaptainTedium
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* In the ''WesternAnimation/HotelTransylvaniaTheSeries'' episode "Curse Club", Pedro is warned against competing in the Curse Club tournament by his shoulder devil and shoulder angel.
2nd Apr '18 6:55:03 PM Monolaf317
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** In "Daffy Duck Hunt", a dog considers whether to let Daffy out of a freezer or not. The shoulder angels are arguing until the good angel tells the bad one to [[BigShutUp "Aw, shaddup!"]]and jams his halo down on him.

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** In "Daffy Duck Hunt", a dog considers whether to let Daffy out of a freezer or not. The shoulder angels are arguing until the good angel tells the bad one to [[BigShutUp "Aw, shaddup!"]]and shaddup!"]] and jams his halo down on him.
13th Mar '18 1:34:46 PM CaptainTedium
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* The ''WesternAnimation/CampLazlo'' episode "Dirt Nappers" had Samson consult his shoulder angel and devil on whether he should tell the other Bean Scouts that he's responsible for the camp's dirt disappearing.
11th Mar '18 11:09:44 PM Vir
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** They also appeared in another short that for some reason wasn't even aired with that show at all! In this short, Pluto's conscience persuades him into thinking that Minnie Mouse is out to get him after Mickey left him at her house while he was on vacation. Said conscience later makes him have nightmares about Minnie burying him alive, and even drags him to Hell!

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** They also appeared in another short that for some reason wasn't even aired with that show at all! In this short, Pluto's conscience persuades him into thinking that Minnie Mouse is out to get him after Mickey left him at her house while he was on vacation. Said conscience later makes him have nightmares about Minnie burying him alive, and even [[DraggedOffToHell drags him to Hell!Hell]]!
11th Mar '18 11:06:26 PM Vir
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* Parodied in the series of short called ''Weighty Decisions''. Where a (live action) man gets visited by his ([[RogerRabbitEffect animated}]]) shoulder Angel and Devil whenever he needs to make a moral dilemma. However the Angel and Devil (Neil and Gordon respectively) always get sidetracked and talk about completely unrelated things (For example, when the man appears to be contemplating jumping off a ledge, Neil and Gordon appear ready to debate on whether he should go through with it or not. Only for the latter to start arguing over the former calling sick and bailing at a party he through the other night.).

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* Parodied in the series of short shorts called ''Weighty Decisions''. Where Decisions'', where a (live action) (live-action) man gets visited by his ([[RogerRabbitEffect animated}]]) shoulder Angel and Devil whenever he needs to make a moral dilemma. However the Angel and Devil (Neil and Gordon respectively) always get sidetracked and talk about completely unrelated things (For example, when the man appears to be contemplating jumping off a ledge, Neil and Gordon appear ready to debate on whether he should go through with it or not. Only for the latter to start arguing over the former calling sick and bailing at a party he through threw the other night.).
11th Mar '18 11:04:46 PM Vir
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* In one episode of ''WesternAnimation/{{Duckman}}'', Duckman seeks to reverse-engineer an aphrodisiac so he can create more of the stuff. When he finally succeeds, a shoulder angel pops up to point out how much he can accomplish when properly motivated and how he could thereby improve his mind. In place of a typical shoulder devil, a miniature UsefulNotes/BillClinton then appears--saying he gets far more women than the people that are smarter than him. The should angel remarks that's a good point, so they leave Duckman to it.

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* In one episode of ''WesternAnimation/{{Duckman}}'', Duckman seeks to reverse-engineer an aphrodisiac so he can create more of the stuff. When he finally succeeds, a shoulder angel pops up to point out how much he can accomplish when properly motivated and how he could thereby improve his mind. In place of a typical shoulder devil, a miniature UsefulNotes/BillClinton then appears--saying he gets far more women than the people that are smarter than him. The should shoulder angel remarks that's a good point, so they leave Duckman to it.
26th Feb '18 6:32:42 PM nombretomado
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** In "Scaredy Cat", when Sylvester sees that homicidal mice have captured Porky, he runs off in a panic, until a little angel version of him gives him [[SignLanguage a non-verbal dressing-down/pep talk]].

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** In "Scaredy Cat", when Sylvester sees that homicidal mice have captured Porky, he runs off in a panic, until a little angel version of him gives him [[SignLanguage [[UsefulNotes/SignLanguage a non-verbal dressing-down/pep talk]].
23rd Feb '18 4:47:01 PM Sammettik
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* Played straight in a ''WesternAnimation/DrawnTogether'' episode.
31st Dec '17 9:13:56 PM JMQwilleran
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* ''WesternAnimation/{{Arthur}}:

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31st Dec '17 9:13:35 PM JMQwilleran
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* In "Night of the Tibbles" on ''WesternAnimation/{{Arthur}}'', James gets a buzzing-winged figure of himself that says he's his conscience and another identical figure that says he's the conscience of his conscience. Later the original conscience returns and admits he may have been wrong.

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In "Night of the Tibbles" on ''WesternAnimation/{{Arthur}}'', Tibbles," James gets a buzzing-winged figure of himself that says he's his conscience and another identical figure that says he's the conscience of his conscience. Later the original conscience returns and admits he may have been wrong.wrong.
** In "Brain's Shocking Secret," Brain gets two versions of himself - a "bad" version dressed in a red and a "good" version in yellow.
** In "Do You Believe in Magic?" when Arthur is jealous of Buster, he gets a mean looking cat clown as his "bad" angel and his favorite superhero Bionic Bunny as his "good" angel. Both this and the above example are pictured in a [[http://arthur.wikia.com/wiki/Shoulder_Angels page]] on the Arthur Wiki.
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