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28th Mar '16 11:58:53 PM SarcasmKid
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* ''Anchorfran'' featured a subplot about Roger becoming obsessed with a character from a board game, and searches for the male model used for the character's picture. Unfortunately, Roger discovers the model is nothing like the character. [[spoiler: When Roger is seen driving home with Klaus, Hayley, and Steve, they ask him why the phone from the board game is covered in blood, and what is inside a jar Roger brought back with him. Roger calmly responds "Dylan was bad. And now we have the jar."]]
24th Mar '16 10:06:11 AM IvanovTroping97
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As this show was made by the [[Creator/SethMacFarlane same mastermind]] behind ''WesternAnimation/FamilyGuy'', it shouldn't be surprising that this show has some [[NightmareFuel horrifying moments]].
24th Feb '16 9:42:36 PM HaggisMcCrablice
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*** Roger must really hate Jeff-- he's also skinned him alive and left him steeping in a bathtub full of his own blood, dropped a canoe on him, and violently beaten and mugged him right in the Smiths' hallway.
18th Jan '16 11:58:06 PM Raikoh
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* In ''Roger Passes The Bar'' he attempts to meditate at one point. Only to be met with a sudden JumpScare of screeching skeletons surrounded by flames for the span of a second, instantly taking him out of it only to dismiss the incident.

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* In ''Roger Passes The Bar'' he attempts to meditate at one point. Only point to get it off of his bucket list - only to be met with a sudden JumpScare of screeching skeletons surrounded by flames for the span of a second, instantly taking him out of it only as he writes off to dismiss the incident.try again some other time.
17th Jan '16 11:47:34 PM Raikoh
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* In ''Roger Passes The Bar'' he attempts to meditate at one point. Only to be met with a sudden JumpScare of screeching skeletons surrounded by flames for the span of a second, instantly taking him out of it only to dismiss the incident.
28th Dec '15 10:24:05 AM Morinothomas
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4th Dec '15 10:30:50 PM Kartoonkid95
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[[caption-width-right:349:''[[GoneHorriblyRight "Perfect!"]]'']]

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[[caption-width-right:350:''SWEET JESUS GOD!!!'']]



* Kisses after his operation in "Stan's Best Friend"...He went from being the cutest dog ever to everyone's nightmare for the next few weeks as soon as you see him...

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* As seen above, Kisses after his operation in "Stan's Best Friend"...He went from being the cutest dog ever to everyone's nightmare for the next few weeks as soon as you see him...
9th Sep '15 10:56:44 PM CyBorg
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* The living turducken in "Kung Pao Turkey."
11th Aug '15 7:05:07 PM vexusdylandasecond
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* In "Minstrel Krampus", Stan and Santa's elves killing all of the AnimatedInanimatedObjects that Steve had befriended, they bleed despite not being human, which makes their deaths all the more disturbing.

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** [[spoiler: To expand upon this, the Collectors put specimens and objects from every planet they come across on display, hence their name. To acquire an ideal specimen, such as humans, they first abduct one to disguise themselves as and blend into society so they can send them through a machine called the Blorfer, which slowly and painfully grinds up the specimen to transfer to the mothership. They got their original names because they dissect the first specimen they abduct, which is done by strapping them to a chair and cut them open with a buzzsaw while they are still conscious. It nearly happened to Hayley and Roger, had Stan not taught them about empathy, self-sacrifice, and frozen yogurt.]]
* In "Minstrel Krampus", Stan and Santa's elves killing all of the AnimatedInanimatedObjects AnimateInanimateObjects that Steve had befriended, they bleed despite not being human, which makes their deaths all the more disturbing.
30th Jul '15 10:31:48 PM vexer
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* In "Minstrel Krampus", Stan and Santa's elves killing all of the AnimatedInanimatedObjects that Steve had befriended, they bleed despite not being human, which makes their deaths all the more disturbing.
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