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10th Jul '17 11:25:06 AM Rorosilky5
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* ''VideoGame/DrawnToLife: The Next Chapter'' for the DS. Basically, all of the adorable animal characters in the village are killed, G-Rated style (they fade away). One of the characters, named Mike, fades away last. The voice of Mike's sister Heather is heard asking the Creator, the god-like figure in the game, to bring her brother back, which at first seems like a SugarWiki/{{Heartwarming Moment|s}}. Then, her message changes and she was really trying to say, "God, just bring back my little brother to me." It is now revealed that Mike and Heather are actually humans, and the whole story with the village of cute animal things was all just a dream that Mike was having. It wasn't a regular dream, either; it turns out that Mike and his family were in a ''car crash, which killed his parents, injured his sister, and put him in a coma.''

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* ''VideoGame/DrawnToLife: The Next Chapter'' for the DS. Basically, all of the adorable animal characters [[RidiculouslyCuteCritter Raposa]] in the village are killed, G-Rated style (they fade away). One of the characters, named Mike, fades away last. The voice of Mike's sister Heather is heard asking the Creator, the god-like figure in the game, to bring her brother back, which at first seems like a SugarWiki/{{Heartwarming Moment|s}}. Then, her message changes and she was really trying to say, "God, just bring back my little brother to me." It is now revealed [[TheReveal revealed]] that Mike and Heather are actually humans, and the whole story with the village of cute animal things animals was all just a dream AllJustADream that Mike was having. It wasn't a regular dream, either; it turns out that Mike and his family were in a ''car crash, which killed his parents, injured his sister, and put him in a coma.'''' [[note]] The CompilationRerelease, on the other hand, has a way different ending: Mike and his sister Heather were outside catching fireflies, Mike accidently falls off of a tree while trying to catch one, sending him in a coma. This ending was most likely changed due to the rating in the original game. [[/note]]
24th Jun '17 6:54:36 PM roloDeovolo
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* One version of ''VideoGame/{{Contra}}'' had the heroes defeating the evil Red Falcon and saving the Earth... but, by destroying Red Falcon, it activated a bomb which destroys the Earth anyway!

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* One The Amstrad CPC version of ''VideoGame/{{Contra}}'' had the heroes defeating the evil Red Falcon and saving the Earth... but, by destroying Red Falcon, it activated a bomb which destroys the Earth anyway!
23rd Jun '17 1:10:07 PM CrowTR0bot
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* ''WesternAnimation/RickAndMorty'': "Total Rickall" seems to end on a triumphant note as Beth shoots the final parasite, Mr. Pooopybutthole... only for it to be revealed that he was actually ''real''. The episode ends with Beth having a chillingly realistic [[MyGodWhatHaveIDone nervous breakdown]] and the rest of the family panicking as they desperately try to save Mr. Poopybutthole.

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* ''WesternAnimation/RickAndMorty'': "Total Rickall" seems to end on a triumphant note as Beth shoots the final parasite, Mr. Pooopybutthole... only for it to be revealed that he was actually ''real''. The episode ends with Beth having a chillingly realistic [[MyGodWhatHaveIDone nervous breakdown]] and the rest of the family panicking as they desperately try to save Mr. Poopybutthole. Although it ends up being a Sudden BittersweetEnding, as Mr. Poopybutthole survives, but is shown [[RealityEnsues to need months of painful rehab in order to get back to functioning again]].
24th May '17 3:14:43 PM Az_Tech341
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* The English novel ''The Towers of Trebizond'' is generally a light comedy of manners/travelogue, featuring, for example, an old woman riding a deranged camel to church and gentle mockery of attempts to convert Turkish people to Anglicanism. Although the book sometimes discusses faith in more serious tones, it generally maintains its breezy air right up until about 5 pages from the end, when the protagonist's poor judgment in driving kills her adulterous lover. She then spends the remainder of the book musing about the relationship of love and faith and ultimately seems to decide that she is destined to die outside of the church that she believes to be the path of salvation.

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* The English novel ''The Towers of Trebizond'' is generally a light comedy of manners/travelogue, featuring, for example, an old woman riding a deranged camel to church and gentle mockery of attempts to convert Turkish people to Anglicanism. Although the book sometimes discusses faith in more serious tones, it generally maintains its breezy air right up until about 5 five pages from the end, when the protagonist's poor judgment in driving kills her adulterous lover. She then spends the remainder of the book musing about the relationship of love and faith and ultimately seems to decide that she is destined to die outside of the church that church, which she believes to be the path of salvation.
24th May '17 8:53:13 AM SomeNewGuy
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* ''WesternAnimation/RickAndMorty'': "Total Rickall" seems to end on a triumphant note as Beth shoots the final parasite, Mr. Pooopybutthole... only for it to be revealed that he was actually ''real''. The episode ends with Beth having a chillingly realistic [[MyGodWhatHaveIDone mental breakdown]] and the rest of the family panicking as they desperately try to save Mr. Poopybutthole.

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* ''WesternAnimation/RickAndMorty'': "Total Rickall" seems to end on a triumphant note as Beth shoots the final parasite, Mr. Pooopybutthole... only for it to be revealed that he was actually ''real''. The episode ends with Beth having a chillingly realistic [[MyGodWhatHaveIDone mental nervous breakdown]] and the rest of the family panicking as they desperately try to save Mr. Poopybutthole.
24th May '17 7:02:57 AM baguioboy
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* "The Towers of Trebizond" is generally a light English comedy of manners/travelogue, featuring, for example, an old English woman riding a deranged camel to church and gentle mockery of attempts to convert Turkish people to Anglicanism. Although the book sometimes discusses faith in more serious tones, it generally maintains its breezy air right up until about 5 pages from the end, when the protagonist's poor judgment in driving kills her adulterous lover. She then spends the remainder of the book musing about the relationship of love and faith and ultimately seems to decide that she is destined to die outside of the church that she believes to be the path of salvation.

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* "The The English novel ''The Towers of Trebizond" Trebizond'' is generally a light English comedy of manners/travelogue, featuring, for example, an old English woman riding a deranged camel to church and gentle mockery of attempts to convert Turkish people to Anglicanism. Although the book sometimes discusses faith in more serious tones, it generally maintains its breezy air right up until about 5 pages from the end, when the protagonist's poor judgment in driving kills her adulterous lover. She then spends the remainder of the book musing about the relationship of love and faith and ultimately seems to decide that she is destined to die outside of the church that she believes to be the path of salvation.
24th May '17 6:57:15 AM baguioboy
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* "The Towers of Trebizond" is generally a light English comedy of manners/travelogue, featuring, for example, an old English woman riding a deranged camel to church and gentle mockery of attempts to convert Turkish people to Anglicanism. Although the book sometimes discusses faith in more serious tones, it generally maintains its breezy air right up until about 5 pages from the end, when the protagonist's poor judgment in driving kills her adulterous lover. She then spends the remainder of the book musing about the relationship of love and faith and ultimately seems to decide that she is destined to die outside of the church that she believes to be the path of salvation.
22nd May '17 11:49:31 PM Az_Tech341
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* ''WesternAnimation/RickAndMorty'': "Total Rickall" seems to end on a triumphant note as Beth shoots the final parasite, Mr. Pooopybutthole...only for it to revealed that he was actually ''real''. The episode ends with Beth having a chillingly realistic [[MyGodWhatHaveIDone mental breakdown]] and the rest of the family panicking as they desperately try to save Mr. Poopybutthole.

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* ''WesternAnimation/RickAndMorty'': "Total Rickall" seems to end on a triumphant note as Beth shoots the final parasite, Mr. Pooopybutthole... only for it to be revealed that he was actually ''real''. The episode ends with Beth having a chillingly realistic [[MyGodWhatHaveIDone mental breakdown]] and the rest of the family panicking as they desperately try to save Mr. Poopybutthole.
22nd May '17 4:03:36 PM SomeNewGuy
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* ''WesternAnimation/RickAndMorty'': "Total Rickall" seems to end on a triumphant note as Beth shoots the final parasite, Mr. Pooopybutthole...only for it to revealed that he was actually ''real''. The episode ends with Beth having a chillingly realistic [[MyGodWhatHaveIDone mental breakdown]] and the rest of the family panicking as they desperately try to save Mr. Poopybutthole.
2nd May '17 3:24:00 PM Az_Tech341
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* ''VideoGame/ConkersBadFurDay''. After a humorous ''WesternAnimation/SouthPark'' styled adventure, Conker becomes King of All the Lands.... [[spoiler:but at a price: the people in his kingdom are all morons, and to make matters worse, his girlfriend, Berri, is dead with the implication that he might've had a chance to bring her back but didn't take it and by the time he realized it, it was too late. As for Conker himself, it's highly implied that he's spiraling towards a booze-filled self-destruction.]]

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* ''VideoGame/ConkersBadFurDay''. After a humorous ''WesternAnimation/SouthPark'' styled adventure, Conker becomes King of All the Lands.... [[spoiler:but at a price: the people in his kingdom are all morons, and to make matters worse, his girlfriend, Berri, is dead with the implication that he might've had a chance to bring her back but didn't take it it, and by the time he realized realizes it, it was it's too late. As for Conker himself, it's highly implied that he's spiraling towards a booze-filled self-destruction.]]
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