History Heartwarming / MoralOrel

3rd Dec '15 6:56:38 PM Peanutt
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* In "Loyalty," Joe and Orel (reluctantly) beat up two gay kids. When Orel is taken away by Clay, the other gay kid manages to take Orel's bat and whack Joe unconscious. Then they resume their "You're nice" *Kiss* "No, your nice" as if unfazed by the beatings.

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* In "Loyalty," Joe and Orel (reluctantly) beat up two gay kids. When Orel is taken away by Clay, the other gay kid manages to take Orel's bat and whack Joe unconscious. Then they resume their "You're nice" *Kiss* "No, your you're nice" as if unfazed by the beatings.
29th Oct '15 8:31:23 PM Durandal_1707
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*** By letting them play with chainsaws.
30th Aug '15 6:48:56 AM Sorio99
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* Once Shapey and Block permanently moved in together in "Numb", you'd think two little troublemakers like them would spend their time yelling at each other. Instead, they still get along perfectly, and are even shown playing together. Say what you want about how annoying they are, they stick by each other.
** Plus, when Bloberta shows up at the Posabules house to swap kids, Shapey runs straight to her and immediately hugs her, and Block stays with her and does the same. As horrible as the Puppingtons' home life is, Bloberta still manages to keep her little boys happy.
26th Aug '15 9:16:53 AM nombretomado
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For all of its bleakness, the third season of ''MoralOrel'' has two episodes so refreshingly optimistic it's hard not to crack a goofy smile (possibly intended to keep the viewers from killing themselves):

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For all of its bleakness, the third season of ''MoralOrel'' has two episodes so refreshingly optimistic it's hard not to crack a goofy smile (possibly intended to keep the viewers from killing themselves):
26th Aug '15 9:16:38 AM nombretomado
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''MoralOrel'''s moments that made you go "[[CrowningMomentOfHeartwarming D'awwwwwwwwwwwwwwwww.]]"

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''MoralOrel'''s ''WesternAnimation/MoralOrel'''s moments that made you go "[[CrowningMomentOfHeartwarming D'awwwwwwwwwwwwwwwww.]]"
4th Dec '14 10:28:44 PM jedidarrick
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* �Dear Orel, always remember, son, even though you are the perfect candidate for brainwashing in this town, you�re also too pure and good-hearted to be corrupted. -Love, Grandpa�

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* �Dear "Dear Orel, always remember, son, even though you are the perfect candidate for brainwashing in this town, you�re you're also too pure and good-hearted to be corrupted. -Love, Grandpa�Grandpa."
22nd Oct '14 11:33:27 AM stuffedninja
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[[AC:Before Orel]]

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[[AC:Before [[AC:Beforel Orel]]



* “Dear Orel, always remember, son, even though you are the perfect candidate for brainwashing in this town, you’re also too pure and good-hearted to be corrupted. -Love, Grandpa”

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* “Dear �Dear Orel, always remember, son, even though you are the perfect candidate for brainwashing in this town, you’re you�re also too pure and good-hearted to be corrupted. -Love, Grandpa”Grandpa�
26th Jul '14 12:34:46 AM Leaper
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'''Putty''': No, because ''she'' never cared about ''you''.

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'''Putty''': [[spoiler: No, because ''she'' never cared about ''you''. ''you''.]]
15th Feb '14 5:55:21 PM Peteman
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* This Troper actually finds that every time Orel goes against what his father, or Reverend Putty for the sake of actual ''morality'' to be heartwarming. Special mention goes to the scene where he helps a dying ''Jewish'' doctor, by moving the medicine towards him, so he can try to treat his own wound... all while clearly and thinly rationalizing it, by using his father's own hypocritical lesson to do some good.

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* This Troper actually finds that every Every time Orel goes against what his father, or Reverend Putty for the sake of actual ''morality'' to be heartwarming. Special mention goes to the scene where he helps a dying ''Jewish'' doctor, by moving the medicine towards him, so he can try to treat his own wound... all while clearly and thinly rationalizing it, by using his father's own hypocritical lesson to do some good.



** The episode takes on a greater weight than people take it for, especially since "Alone" gave viewers a somewhat disturbing look into Nurse Bendy's past. [[WildMassGuessing This troper theorizes]] that [[spoiler:Nurse Bendy may have been raped by Joe's dad (who has no memory of it) and may have forced her to give Joe to him and leave the family, causing her to create her own imaginary teddy bear family)]]. The reunion of Nurse Bendy and Joe is a testament to the idea that, while many of Moralton's citizens lead truly disturbing and miserable lives, it doesn't mean that there's no hope to be found in the blight.

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** The episode takes on a greater weight than people take it for, especially since "Alone" gave viewers a somewhat disturbing look into Nurse Bendy's past. [[WildMassGuessing This troper theorizes]] that [[spoiler:Nurse Bendy may have been raped by Joe's dad (who has no memory of it) and may have forced her to give Joe to him and leave the family, causing her to create her own imaginary teddy bear family)]]. The reunion of Nurse Bendy and Joe is a testament to the idea that, while many of Moralton's citizens lead truly disturbing and miserable lives, it doesn't mean that there's no hope to be found in the blight.
28th Jan '14 11:44:48 AM sgamer82
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---->'''Stephanie''': Why, 'cause we're two girls and tolerance is only a pretend theme?\\

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---->'''Stephanie''': --->'''Stephanie''': Why, 'cause we're two girls and tolerance is only a pretend theme?\\
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