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20th Jan '17 2:47:03 AM Luppercus
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* ''WesternAnimation/{{Beetlejuice}}'''s "Good Angel" is a shy nerdy version of him and his "Bad Angel" is a monstrous Frankenstein-like monster as shown in an episode that has Lydia traveling [[JourneyToTheCenterOfTheMind inside his head]].

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* ''WesternAnimation/{{Beetlejuice}}'''s "Good Angel" is a shy nerdy version of him and his "Bad Angel" is a monstrous Frankenstein-like monster version as shown in an episode that has Lydia traveling [[JourneyToTheCenterOfTheMind inside his head]].
20th Jan '17 2:45:54 AM Luppercus
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* ''WesternAnimation/{{Beetlejuice}}'''s "Good Angel" is a shy nerdy version of him and his "Bad Angel" is a monstrous Frankenstein-like monster as shown in an episode that has Lydia traveling [[JourneyToTheCenterOfTheMind inside his head]].
20th Jan '17 2:15:29 AM babyhenchy1
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* ''WesternAnimation/AvatarTheLastAirbender'': In "The Earth King", Zuko has a fevered dream of [[RedOniBlueOni red and blue dragons]] representing his uncle and [[TheVamp sister]], a scene which turns literal in the season finale. Also note the {{foreshadowing}}: his "Evil" Ancestor, Fire Lord Sozin, owned a Blue (or, blue-ish, at the very least) dragon, while [[spoiler:his "Good" Ancestor, Avatar Roku owned a Red Dragon]]. Said ancestors were best friends, until the evil one [[spoiler:left the good one to die under tons of volcanic soot]].

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* ''WesternAnimation/AvatarTheLastAirbender'': In "The Earth King", Zuko has a fevered dream of [[RedOniBlueOni red and blue dragons]] representing his uncle as the Good and [[TheVamp sister]], his [[ManipulativeBastard sister]] as the Bad, a scene which turns literal in the season finale. Also note the {{foreshadowing}}: his "Evil" Ancestor, Fire Lord Sozin, owned a Blue (or, blue-ish, at the very least) dragon, while [[spoiler:his "Good" Ancestor, Avatar Roku owned a Red Dragon]]. Said ancestors were best friends, until the evil one [[spoiler:left the good one to die under tons of volcanic soot]].
21st May '16 9:29:28 AM Andyroid
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* Parodied in the ''WesternAnimation/MyLittlePonyFriendshipIsMagic'' episode "Saddle Row & Rec". Pinkie Pie has to break up a party going on at a club upstairs from Rarity's new boutique, and wonders what Rarity would do. She imagines up a shoulder-devil and shoulder angel version of Rarity, ''both'' of which encourage her to make the party even more rocking... then the Devil-Rarity points out that the real Rarity would never say such a thing.
10th Apr '16 10:11:24 AM Eddy1215
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* In one episode of ''WesternAnimation/BobbysWorld'' where Bobby accidentally breaks his mother's statue of Elvis, his angel and devil are Captain Squash and his ArchEnemy.
18th Mar '16 10:11:50 PM WeirdKev27
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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 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.).
18th Mar '16 10:11:26 PM WeirdKev27
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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.).
2nd Mar '16 2:42:48 AM Morgenthaler
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* In the ''{{Popeye}}'' short "Never Sock a Baby", Popeye deals with his angel and devil after he spanks Swee'pea. He punches out the devil when he [[BerserkButton calls him a sissy]].

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* In the ''{{Popeye}}'' ''WesternAnimation/{{Popeye}}'' short "Never Sock a Baby", Popeye deals with his angel and devil after he spanks Swee'pea. He punches out the devil when he [[BerserkButton calls him a sissy]].



* In ''SlackerCats'' Eddie uses his hands to pretend to have the angel and devil when deciding on things. The "angel" points out that he's simply there for show and nobody listens to him anyway. At one point Eddie decides on something rather horrible and both the angel and devil are disgusted.

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* In ''SlackerCats'' ''WesternAnimation/SlackerCats'' Eddie uses his hands to pretend to have the angel and devil when deciding on things. The "angel" points out that he's simply there for show and nobody listens to him anyway. At one point Eddie decides on something rather horrible and both the angel and devil are disgusted.



* In a ''TimonAndPumbaa'' episode, Timon's shoulder angel and devil advise him whether or not to eat some friendly termites. As they're arguing with each other, Pumbaa's shoulder angel and devil appear and start arguing with Timon's angel and devil.

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* In a ''TimonAndPumbaa'' ''WesternAnimation/TimonAndPumbaa'' episode, Timon's shoulder angel and devil advise him whether or not to eat some friendly termites. As they're arguing with each other, Pumbaa's shoulder angel and devil appear and start arguing with Timon's angel and devil.
24th Jan '16 6:09:02 PM nombretomado
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* Parodied in the "Terrorarium" episode of ''{{Superjail}}'' with Jared as the target and the Twins as his angel and devil. Like the South Park example, both of them agree on him drinking the growth serum that they offer:

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* Parodied in the "Terrorarium" episode of ''{{Superjail}}'' ''WesternAnimation/{{Superjail}}'' with Jared as the target and the Twins as his angel and devil. Like the South Park example, both of them agree on him drinking the growth serum that they offer:
24th Jul '15 7:25:36 PM nombretomado
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* ''{{Metalocalypse}}''

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* ''{{Metalocalypse}}''''WesternAnimation/{{Metalocalypse}}''
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