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4th Feb '17 4:38:25 AM I_love_dragons
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* In "Don't Let Me Go", Donkey's introductory song in Shrek The Musical, he sings, "You need a pal, my calendar's open!" to Shrek. Given the nature of the song and character, it's a silly plea to Shrek to take Donkey along with him. Cut to Shrek singing "Who I'd Be", where Donkey's line is repeated but in a much more somber context and is a more genuine attempt to reach out to Shrek and offer friendship; it's right after Shrek sings of being in the dark and alone for his entire life, before Donkey and Fiona showed him compassion.


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* In "Don't Let Me Go", Donkey's introductory song in Shrek The Musical, he sings, "You need a pal, my calendar's open!" to Shrek. Given the nature of the song and character, it's a silly plea to Shrek to take Donkey along with him. Cut to Shrek singing "Who I'd Be", where Donkey's line is repeated but in a much more somber context and is a more genuine attempt to reach out to Shrek and offer friendship; it's right after Shrek sings of being in the dark and alone for his entire life, before Donkey and Fiona showed him compassion.
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14th Nov '16 4:37:25 PM ManicDepressiveMouse
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* Parodied in ''WesternAnimation/TheSimpsons'' episode "Dark Knight Court," in which it's revealed that Moe was apparently traumatized by Bart's prank calls to him, a RunningGag in the early seasons.
1st Nov '16 3:41:00 PM Theatre_Maven_3695
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26th Oct '16 3:07:21 PM mkmlp
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6th Oct '16 9:32:14 PM Jice_Wumpkin
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* In ''Literature/Animorphs'', Rachel is initially simply more short-tempered than the others, causing Marco to refer to her as "Xena: Warrior Princess." However, as the book series goes on, she starts becoming more and more violent, culminating with her [[spoiler:going on a suicide mission that involves a lot of bloodshed.]]

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* In ''Literature/Animorphs'', ''{{Literature/Animorphs}}'', Rachel is initially simply more short-tempered than the others, causing Marco to refer to her as "Xena: Warrior Princess." However, as the book series goes on, she starts becoming more and more violent, culminating with her [[spoiler:going on a suicide mission that involves a lot of bloodshed.]]
6th Oct '16 8:49:52 PM nombretomado
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* In EverymanHYBRID, A Day In The Life was a BreatherEpisode of sorts, until hidden clips in future videos paint a more sinister tone on the whole day.

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* In EverymanHYBRID, ''WebVideo/EverymanHYBRID'', A Day In The Life was a BreatherEpisode of sorts, until hidden clips in future videos paint a more sinister tone on the whole day.
1st Sep '16 11:20:44 PM Cakeman
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* In ''WesternAnimation/SausageParty'', the song The Great Beyond plays. The first time it plays, it's bright and cheery, with the foods singing about their version of heaven and how their dreams are going to come true once they're chosen. But when it's played the second time after you've learned the [[CruelAndUnusualDeath truth]] [[ColdBloodedTorture about]] the Great Beyond, it becomes rather dark and creepy.

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* In ''WesternAnimation/SausageParty'', the song The Great Beyond plays. The first time it plays, it's film is rather bright and cheery, with the foods singing about their version of heaven and how their dreams are going to come true believing that once they're chosen. But when chosen that they will be going to heaven. Of course, some of the foods end up expiring and are sent straight to the trash can by Darren the Dark Lord...but that's about it, and it's played likely most of the second time after you've learned foods are going to be chosen anyway. However, it eventually becomes apparent what the [[CruelAndUnusualDeath truth]] [[ColdBloodedTorture about]] the Great Beyond, it becomes rather dark Beyond]] actually is, and creepy.
the film suddenly takes a much darker turn.
1st Sep '16 11:18:12 PM Cakeman
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* In ''Literature/Animorphs'', Rachel is initially simply more short-tempered than the others, causing Marco to refer to her as "Xena: Warrior Princess." However, as the book series goes on, she starts becoming more and more violent, culminating with her [[spoiler:going on a suicide mission that involves a lot of bloodshed.]]
1st Sep '16 11:15:46 PM Cakeman
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* In ''WesternAnimation/SausageParty'', the song The Great Beyond plays. The first time it plays, it's bright and cheery, with the foods singing about their version of heaven and how their dreams are going to come true once they're chosen. But when it's played the second time after you've learned the [[CruelAndUnusualDeath truth]] [[ColdBloodedTorture about]] the Great Beyond, it becomes rather dark and creepy.
25th Aug '16 3:50:44 AM Dracis
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* In ''{{WebAnimation/RWBY}}'', [[TheBully Cardin]] shoving Jaune into one of Beacon's rocket-propelled lockers and launching it is [[ButtMonkey unfortunate, but still pretty funny.]] Two volumes later, [[spoiler: Pyrrha does the same thing to him as a form of non-violent PercussivePrevention before she heads off to her suicidal duel against Cinder.]] This time, it's heartbreaking.
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