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10th May '17 8:16:55 AM Aaendi
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"Magical Golden Singing Cheeses" is known by many fans as the single most violent episode of Ren and Stimpy. It includes a scene where a court jester scrapes his elbow with a cheese grader, then rubbing it with a lemon, and then poring salt on it. Another even more disturbing scene comes later when Stimpy accidently stabs a giant's toe with a crow bar, prying off the giant's toe nail.
25th Apr '17 11:47:05 AM Golondrina
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*** An ad-lib by TomBaker to avert what he saw as this in "The Face of Evil" led to one of the Fourth Doctor's most memorable, CrazyAwesome moments. The script called for him to take a man hostage, pull a knife on him, and threaten to slit his throat unless the aliens dropped their weapons. What he actually does in the show is take a man hostage, pull a ''jelly baby'' on him, and [[OnceKilledAManWithANoodleImplement threaten to kill him with it]] unless the aliens dropped their weapons. In both versions, they are terrified and do as he says.

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*** An ad-lib by TomBaker Creator/TomBaker to avert what he saw as this in "The Face of Evil" led to one of the Fourth Doctor's most memorable, CrazyAwesome moments. The script called for him to take a man hostage, pull a knife on him, and threaten to slit his throat unless the aliens dropped their weapons. What he actually does in the show is take a man hostage, pull a ''jelly baby'' on him, and [[OnceKilledAManWithANoodleImplement threaten to kill him with it]] unless the aliens dropped their weapons. In both versions, they are terrified and do as he says.
25th Apr '17 11:03:43 AM DastardlyDemolition
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* Its distant sequel series, ''WesternAnimation/BatmanBeyond'' was no stranger to violence and it's movie, ''WesternAnimation/BatmanBeyondTheReturnOfJoker'', was even worse. There are two different death scenes for different characters, one for [[spoiler:The Joker]] and [[spoiler:Bonk, the pale Jokerz]]. The former is either shot in the chest with his own [[spoiler:bang-flag]] gun by his hostage or slips and falls, which entangles him in electrical wires over a pool of water and fries him alive. The latter is shot with a [[spoiler:bang-flag]] gun or sprayed with [[spoiler: Joker Venom gas]] as a warning to the rest.

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* Its distant sequel series, ''WesternAnimation/BatmanBeyond'' was no stranger to violence and it's movie, ''WesternAnimation/BatmanBeyondTheReturnOfJoker'', ''WesternAnimation/BatmanBeyondReturnOfTheJoker'', was even worse. There are two different death scenes for different characters, one for [[spoiler:The Joker]] and [[spoiler:Bonk, the pale Jokerz]]. The former is either shot in the chest with his own [[spoiler:bang-flag]] gun by his hostage or slips and falls, which entangles him in electrical wires over a pool of water and fries him alive. The latter is shot with a [[spoiler:bang-flag]] gun or sprayed with [[spoiler: Joker Venom gas]] as a warning to the rest.
25th Apr '17 10:38:28 AM DastardlyDemolition
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* It's DistantSequel series, ''WesternAnimation/BatmanBeyond'' was no stranger to violence and it's movie, ''WesternAnimation/BatmanBeyondTheReturnOfTheJoker'', was even worse. There are two different death scenes for different characters, one for [[spoiler:The Joker]] and [[spoiler:Bonk, the pale Jokerz]]. The former is either shot in the chest with his own [[spoiler:bang-flag]] gun by his hostage or slips and falls, which entangles him in electrical wires over a pool of water and fries him alive. The latter is shot with a [[spoiler:bang-flag]] gun or sprayed with [[spoiler: Joker Venom gas]] as a warning to the rest.

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* It's DistantSequel Its distant sequel series, ''WesternAnimation/BatmanBeyond'' was no stranger to violence and it's movie, ''WesternAnimation/BatmanBeyondTheReturnOfTheJoker'', ''WesternAnimation/BatmanBeyondTheReturnOfJoker'', was even worse. There are two different death scenes for different characters, one for [[spoiler:The Joker]] and [[spoiler:Bonk, the pale Jokerz]]. The former is either shot in the chest with his own [[spoiler:bang-flag]] gun by his hostage or slips and falls, which entangles him in electrical wires over a pool of water and fries him alive. The latter is shot with a [[spoiler:bang-flag]] gun or sprayed with [[spoiler: Joker Venom gas]] as a warning to the rest.
25th Apr '17 10:37:44 AM DastardlyDemolition
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* It's DistantSequel series, ''WesternAnimation/BatmanBeyond'' was no stranger to violence and it's movie, ''WesternAnimation/BatmanBeyondTheReturnOfTheJoker'', was even worse. There are two different death scenes for different characters, one for [[spoiler:The Joker]] and [[spoiler:Bonk, the pale Jokerz]]. The former is either shot in the chest with his own [[spoiler:bang-flag]] gun by his hostage or slips and falls, which entangles him in electrical wires over a pool of water and fries him alive. The latter is shot with a [[spoiler:bang-flag]] gun or sprayed with [[spoiler: Joker Venom gas]] as a warning to the rest.



* ''WesternAnimation/GravityFalls'' has a [[GettingCrapPastTheRadar surprising amount of this]] considering that it's a Disney show. Some of the highlights are Dipper nearly getting his tongue cut off with lamb shears, a kid getting eaten alive on screen ([[spoiler:though he was fine by the end]]), and Dipper embedding an ax in a monster with no [[GoryDiscretionShot gory discretion shot]]. The show has also has shown blood on a few different occasions, such as taxidermy animals bleeding from their eyes and mouths as they chant demonically. One episode also shows a bunch of demons playing a game using a ''dead body'', where, after spinning said body a la Spin the Bottle, the spinner eats whoever it lands on.

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* ''WesternAnimation/GravityFalls'' has a [[GettingCrapPastTheRadar surprising amount of this]] considering that it's a Disney show. Some of the highlights are Dipper nearly getting his tongue cut off with lamb shears, a kid getting eaten alive on screen ([[spoiler:though he was fine by the end]]), end albeit "twaumatized" in his words]]), and Dipper embedding an ax in a monster with no [[GoryDiscretionShot gory discretion shot]]. The show has also has shown blood on a few different occasions, such as taxidermy animals bleeding from their eyes and mouths as they chant demonically. One episode also shows a bunch of demons playing a game using a ''dead body'', where, after spinning said body a la Spin the Bottle, the spinner eats whoever it lands on.



* In ''Doing Time'' Mrs Puff angrily rips a guard's face off.
* "Restraining Spongebob" has Squidward ''[[{{Squick}} fried alive]]''. %%, and "Walking the Plankton" has him cut in half by a propeller.%%

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* In ''Doing Time'' "Doing Time" Mrs Puff angrily rips a guard's face off.
* "Restraining Spongebob" has Squidward ''[[{{Squick}} fried alive]]''. %%, and
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"Walking the Plankton" has him Plankton cut in half by a propeller.%%



* "Ugh" has Patar[[note]]the caveman version of Patrick[[/note]] impale himself right above his upper lip with a stick.

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* "Ugh" has Patar[[note]]the caveman version of Patrick[[/note]] impale himself right above through his upper lip lips with a stick.stick that he tried to eat.
17th Mar '17 4:19:50 AM Kooshmeister
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** In "The Deadly Pyramid," plucky RobotBuddy endures a ''lot'' of punishment at the hands of the giant mummies, who fling him violently against buildings. He is eventually so damaged he can only lie on the sidewalk, twitching pathetically as he attempts to move. And unlike Mac and Molly, we never do get confirmation that he's survived.
17th Mar '17 4:14:45 AM Kooshmeister
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** In "The Giant Bacteria," Dr. Viper puts a drop of something-or-other onto Morbulus' arm, causing him to start turning into a fizzing purple mass to become the title monster. The transformation is pure BodyHorror and presented as incredibly painful, as Morbulus screams in an increasingly distorted, painful voice. Worst of all is when his head transforms; he has eyes in the back of his head and they move up to the front while he's changing.

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** In "The Giant Bacteria," Dr. Viper puts a drop of something-or-other onto Morbulus' arm, causing him to start turning into a fizzing purple mass to become the title monster. The transformation is pure BodyHorror and presented as incredibly painful, as Morbulus turns into a fizzing purple mass and screams in an increasingly distorted, painful pained voice. Worst of all is when his head transforms; he has eyes in the back of his head and they move up to the front while he's changing.
17th Mar '17 4:13:35 AM Kooshmeister
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** In "The Giant Bacteria," Dr. Viper puts a drop of something-or-other onto Morbulus' arm, causing him to start turning into a fizzing purple mass to become the title monster. The transformation is pure BodyHorror and presented as incredibly painful, as Morbulus screams in an increasingly distorted, painful voice. Worst of all is when his head transforms; he has eyes in the back of his head and they move up to the front while he's changing.
17th Mar '17 4:05:19 AM Kooshmeister
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* ''WesternAnimation/SwatKats'':
** In "The Metallikats," the eponymous robot gangsters get pretty violently destroyed. In particular, Mac malfunctions and explodes, and one of his eyes rolls into Mayor Manx's "putt cup" (that thing you hit a golf ball into when playing office golf), while Molly falls off of the Turbokat while trying to kill T-Bone, and we see her hit the street and explode onscreen. But because they're robots, they are revealed to have survived at the end.
** In "Chaos In Crystal," convict turned giant crystal monster Rex Shard is shattered into pieces by a sonic boom from the Turbokat. Bizarrely, this doesn't kill him, it just causes him to return to normal size, alive but unconscious (implying he was only "giant" because of several layers of crystal armor).
** In "Katastrophe," Dr. Viper's mushroom monster assistant takes the full force of an explosion and ends up splattered all over the Turbokat. Because he's amorphous, he's later revealed to have reconstituted himself offscreen (presumably [[Film/Terminator2 T-1000]] style).
** In "Unlikely Alloys," there's more violence against the Metallikats as Mac gets grabbed by Zed's metal tentacles, lifted into the air, and pulled apart and assimilated as Molly watches screaming in horror. However, his consciousness survives inside of Zed. At the end of the episode, he and Molly (who got assimilated as well) are revealed to be just fine again although a little worse for wear.
4th Mar '17 9:11:44 PM Sammettik
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* ''WesternAnimation/{{Felidae}}'' came in a time where animation was for kids, and got fairly low ratings (Germany: FSK 6, meaning kids 6 and up), but was chock full of graphic violence. It was also marketed at kids with the trailers, but was later taken off the air instead of re-rating it.



* The entirety of ''Film/{{Felidae}}''. It was in a time where animation was for kids, and got fairly low ratings (Germany: FSK 6, meaning kids 6 and up), but was chock full of graphic violence. It was also marketed at kids with the trailers, but was later taken off the air instead of re-rating it.
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