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17th Jul '17 10:02:15 AM HeroGal2347
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* ''WesternAnimation/DuckTales'', "[[Recap/DuckTalesS1E53HeroForHire Hero for Hire]]": Two examples from the Beagle Boys; on one occasion, one tells Launchpad that he must "be at the studio in ten minutes or [Doofus] is gonna be a pancake!" and the second time, the same one tells Doofus to "keep [his] mouth shut, or [Launchpad] gets it!"

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* ''WesternAnimation/DuckTales'', ''WesternAnimation/DuckTales1987'', "[[Recap/DuckTalesS1E53HeroForHire Hero for Hire]]": Two examples from the Beagle Boys; on one occasion, one tells Launchpad that he must "be at the studio in ten minutes or [Doofus] is gonna be a pancake!" and the second time, the same one tells Doofus to "keep [his] mouth shut, or [Launchpad] gets it!"
13th Jul '17 6:53:34 AM ImperialMajestyXO
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** The Namek Arc, with its high body count, forced some rather awkward censorship. For example, any time the camera showed the corpses of Namekians or Frieza's soldiers, they would dub in labored breathing or pained groaning to give the impression that they were still alive, just exhausted or badly hurt.
9th Jul '17 3:30:58 PM ngh93
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* Parodied and lampshaded in ''WesternAnimation/BartokTheMagnificent'', the wicked sorceress Ludmilla orders her ObliviouslyEvil {{Minion|WithAnFInEvil}}, Vol, to kill the Prince Ivan, but phrases it "Get him out of the way", so he does just that, locking him at the top of the tallest tower in the palace. When she finds him, the exchange goes like this:

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* Parodied and lampshaded in ''WesternAnimation/BartokTheMagnificent'', the wicked sorceress Ludmilla orders her ObliviouslyEvil {{Minion|WithAnFInEvil}}, Vol, to kill the Prince Ivan, but phrases it "Get him out of the way", so he does just that, locking him at the top of the tallest tower in the palace. When she finds him, the exchange goes like this:
1st Jul '17 9:26:17 PM PrincessPandaTrope
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* Poison safety information directed to children will state the side-effects of poison as being sick, as death is pretty harsh for a child. This is mostly effective, as children generally do not like being sick.
28th Jun '17 4:52:26 PM Spanks
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** In the Season 7 episode "[[Recap/MyLittlePonyFriendshipIsMagicS7E13ThePerfectPear The Perfect Pear]]", we learn more about the backstory of Applejack's parents. As with all allusions to the Apple parents in the series thus far, their death is heavily implied but still never directly or explicitly confirmed. In other words, its still left ambiguous, but fans get the general idea (and in some cases, [[IKnewIt already knew this]].

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** In the Season 7 episode "[[Recap/MyLittlePonyFriendshipIsMagicS7E13ThePerfectPear The Perfect Pear]]", we learn more about the backstory of Applejack's parents. As with all allusions to the Apple parents in the series thus far, their death is heavily implied but still never directly or explicitly confirmed. In other words, its still left ambiguous, an attempt at ambiguity, but fans get the general idea (and in some cases, [[IKnewIt already already]] [[MyParentsAreDead knew this]].this]]).
28th Jun '17 4:48:53 PM Spanks
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** In the Season 7 episode "[[Recap/MyLittlePonyFriendshipIsMagicS7E13ThePerfectPear The Perfect Pear]]", we learn more about the backstory of Applejack's parents. As with all allusions to the Apple parents in the series thus far, their death is heavily implied but still never directly or explicitly confirmed.

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** In the Season 7 episode "[[Recap/MyLittlePonyFriendshipIsMagicS7E13ThePerfectPear The Perfect Pear]]", we learn more about the backstory of Applejack's parents. As with all allusions to the Apple parents in the series thus far, their death is heavily implied but still never directly or explicitly confirmed. In other words, its still left ambiguous, but fans get the general idea (and in some cases, [[IKnewIt already knew this]].
24th Jun '17 2:53:55 AM dogman15
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** In the Season 7 episode "[[Recap/MyLittlePonyFriendshipIsMagicS7E13ThePerfectPear The Perfect Pear]]", we learn more about the backstory of Applejack's parents. As with all allusions to the Apple parents in the series thus far, their death is heavily implied but still never directly or explicitly confirmed.
24th Jun '17 2:48:44 AM dogman15
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** One interesting variation is the episode "Grandpa's Birthday." First, it's played straight when Grandpa thinks he will pass away upon turning 81 (due to an alleged family curse), using all the old euphemisms. But among learning he is OK (he made a mistake calculating the curse), he gleefully cries "I'm not going to die!"

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** One interesting variation is the episode "Grandpa's Birthday." First, it's played straight when Grandpa thinks he will pass away upon turning 81 (due to an alleged family curse), using all the old euphemisms. But among when learning he is OK okay (he made a mistake calculating the curse), he gleefully cries "I'm not going to die!"
24th Jun '17 2:47:55 AM dogman15
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** One interesting variation is the episode "Grandpa's Birthday." First, it's played straight when Grandpa thinks he will pass away among turning 81 (due to an alleged family curse), using all the old euphemisms. But among learning he is OK (he made a mistake calculating the curse), he gleefully cries "I'm not going to die!"

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** One interesting variation is the episode "Grandpa's Birthday." First, it's played straight when Grandpa thinks he will pass away among upon turning 81 (due to an alleged family curse), using all the old euphemisms. But among learning he is OK (he made a mistake calculating the curse), he gleefully cries "I'm not going to die!"
12th Jun '17 10:12:33 PM ilovewildkratts1
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* ''Series/OddSquad actually averts this completely. In "Training Day", the pienado released by Odd Todd wounds Dr. O completely, but it isn't shown and implied that she's dead until a few minutes later when her supposedly dead body [[FreezeFrameBonus flashes on-screen for two seconds.]] Later, after a bit of bantering between Agent Olive and Odd Todd, he holds up two pies, aims them at Ms. O and Oscar, and tells them to say "bye-bye...or should I say, [[IncrediblyLamePun pie-pie!]]" before throwing a pie at Oscar and another at Ms. O. While Oscar is shown to be dead on impact (though he does get back up later to protect Olive, but gets wounded in the process, and it's never shown if that killed him outright), Ms. O is seen clutching her chest in pain, supposedly struggling to stay alive and gives Olive encouragement before a second pie knocks her out cold. Her dead body is shown near the end (blurred in the background, no less) as another [[FreezeFrameBonus]]. Although this counts more as a [[DisneyDeath]], seeing Dr. O's, Oscar's, and Ms. O's unmoving bodies onscreen, killed by something as harmless as pies no less, definitely unsettles the "ages 4-7" demographic the show aims for.

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* ''Series/OddSquad ''Series/OddSquad'' actually averts this completely. In "Training Day", the pienado released by Odd Todd wounds Dr. O completely, but it isn't shown and implied that she's dead until a few minutes later when her supposedly dead body [[FreezeFrameBonus flashes on-screen for two seconds.]] Later, after a bit of bantering between Agent Olive and Odd Todd, he holds up two pies, aims them at Ms. O and Oscar, and tells them to say "bye-bye...or should I say, [[IncrediblyLamePun pie-pie!]]" before throwing a pie at Oscar and another at Ms. O. While Oscar is shown to be dead on impact (though he does get back up later to protect Olive, but gets wounded in the process, and it's never shown if that killed him outright), Ms. O is seen clutching her chest in pain, supposedly struggling to stay alive and gives Olive encouragement before a second pie knocks her out cold. Her dead body is shown near the end (blurred in the background, no less) as another [[FreezeFrameBonus]]. [[FreezeFrameBonus Freeze-Frame Bonus]]. Although this counts more as a [[DisneyDeath]], [[DisneyDeath Disney Death]], seeing Dr. O's, Oscar's, and Ms. O's unmoving bodies onscreen, killed by something as harmless as pies no less, definitely unsettles the "ages 4-7" demographic the show aims for.
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