History NightmareFuel / CourageTheCowardlyDog

21st Jun '16 4:11:05 PM NausicaaoftheSpirits
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** Whatever Eustace was going to do to Muriel after the demon left Muriel and possessed him.
15th Jun '16 5:54:29 PM ironballs16
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* Some of [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kusyDPg-wGY Courage's screams]] can be very terrifying for younger viewers, especially when some body parts are deformed or organs come outside. Watch it, if you dare. By far the scariest is the scream from "Car Broke, Phone Yes" (the fourth clip in the video), where Courage utters an unholy banshee-esque high-pitched screech.

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* Some of [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kusyDPg-wGY Courage's screams]] can be very terrifying for younger viewers, especially when [[WildTake some body parts are deformed or organs come outside.outside]]. Watch it, if you dare. By far the scariest is the scream from "Car Broke, Phone Yes" (the fourth clip in the video), where Courage utters an unholy banshee-esque high-pitched screech.
28th May '16 9:07:44 AM RashandFierce
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* There's also a nightmare factory of an episode that is "Courage in the Big Stinkin' City". The whole episode is creepy, but it really cranks it UpToEleven when Courage enters the condemned apartment building to retrieve a package. The first two doors are rather silly (like an oncoming shark, or [[Franchise/{{Godzilla}} King Ghidorah]]), but when he opens the third door, he sees [[http://courage.wikia.com/wiki/The_Violin_Girl a young 12-year-old girl playing the violin]], which Courage likes. She soon turns around and goes scary bitch mode on Courage, revealing a freaky demon face and ''screams''!

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* There's also a nightmare factory of an episode that is "Courage in the Big Stinkin' City". The whole episode is creepy, but it really cranks it UpToEleven when Courage enters the condemned apartment building to retrieve a package. The first two doors are rather silly (like an oncoming shark, or [[Franchise/{{Godzilla}} King Ghidorah]]), silly, but when he opens the third door, he sees [[http://courage.wikia.com/wiki/The_Violin_Girl a young 12-year-old girl playing the violin]], which Courage likes. She soon turns around and goes scary bitch mode on Courage, revealing a freaky demon face and ''screams''!
17th May '16 2:04:42 AM GojiBiscuits
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** Behind another door sits [[spoiler:King Ghidorah]], who appears suddenly and utters a deafening roar. For {{Kaiju}} buffs, this is often seen as a clever reference, but it was probably startling to many kids who watched the episode when it first aired.


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** Although probably one of the less frightening 'residents' of the building, there is [[spoiler:King Ghidorah]], who appears suddenly and utters a deafening roar. For {{Kaiju}} buffs, this is often seen as a clever reference, but it was probably startling to many kids who watched the episode when it first aired.
17th May '16 2:04:42 AM GojiBiscuits
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17th May '16 2:01:47 AM GojiBiscuits
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***Some people also interpret this scene as the creature being disappointed, given the way he looks downwards and away from the camera.


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**Behind another door sits [[spoiler:King Ghidorah]], who appears suddenly and utters a deafening roar. For {{Kaiju}} buffs, this is often seen as a clever reference, but it was probably startling to many kids who watched the episode when it first aired.
30th Apr '16 12:00:29 PM RashandFierce
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* The commercial promoting ''The Magical Tree of Nowhere'' only featured Eustace sharpening an axe, laughing maniacally, and occasionally cut to Courage cowering in the corner, giving the viewer the impression that he was preparing to murder his dog with an axe.

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* The commercial promoting ''The Magical Magic Tree of Nowhere'' only featured Eustace sharpening an axe, laughing maniacally, and occasionally cut to Courage cowering in the corner, giving the viewer the impression that he was preparing to murder his dog with an axe.axe.
** The titular tree is animated with SynchroVox, which makes it really UncannyValley.
16th Apr '16 3:11:35 AM OffTheDeepEnd
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** What makes Fred stand out from all the other villains of Courage was that he had no malicious or murderous intent with any of his actions. He was just an insane man with an almost fetish-level obsession with shaving people against their will (incidentally, shaving IS a sexual fetish). Despite his urges ruining his only relationship, his career, and his life in general, he shows no remorse for what he's done, though he knows its wrong. He cant stop himself because its what makes him happy. And the worst part is that he's probably the only Courage villain to "win", in that he succeeds in shaving Courage bare, save for his tail (because that would be ''weird'').

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** What makes Fred stand out from all the other villains of Courage was that he had no malicious or murderous intent with any of his actions. He was just an insane man with an almost fetish-level obsession with shaving people against their will (incidentally, shaving IS a sexual fetish). Despite his urges ruining his only relationship, his career, and his life in general, he shows no remorse for what he's done, though he knows its wrong. He cant stop himself because its what makes him happy. And the worst part is that he's probably the only Courage villain to "win", in that he succeeds in shaving Courage bare, bald, save for his tail (because that would be ''weird'').



* The zombie director episode "Everyone Wants To Direct". This episode had a dark atmosphere with barely any humor, and the plot involving killing someone in a movie for real is all too real. Also, said zombies turned out to be past serial killers who managed to slay a dozen people ''[[WhatDoYouMeanItsforKids on a kid's show]]''.
** At least Benton had his face covered by the goofy fake nose and glasses for most of the episode. His partner, Errol Van Volkheim, on the other hand we see in all of his disturbing, rotting glory. With stringy hair, decayed and sharp teeth, bones poking through his skin, and missing his eyes save for one that looks like it's about ready to pop out of its socket at any second. Oh, and let's not forget that shrieking noise he makes when he first rises from the grave (check it out here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-7A406Dtpcw). Seriously, all that on a kids show.
* Some of [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kusyDPg-wGY Courage's screams]] can be very terrifying for kids, especially when some body parts are deformed or organs come outside. Watch it, if you dare. By far the scariest is the scream from "Car Broke, Phone Yes" (the fourth clip in the video), where Courage utters an unholy banshee-esque high-pitched screech.

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* The zombie director episode "Everyone Wants To Direct". This episode had a dark atmosphere with barely any humor, and the plot involving killing someone in a movie for real is all too real. Also, said zombies turned out to be past serial killers who managed to slay a dozen people ''[[WhatDoYouMeanItsforKids on a kid's show]]''.
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** At least Benton had his face covered by the goofy fake nose and glasses for most of the episode. His partner, Errol Van Volkheim, on the other hand we see in all of his disturbing, rotting glory. With stringy hair, decayed and sharp teeth, bones poking through his skin, and missing his eyes save for one that looks like it's about ready to pop out of its socket at any second. Oh, and let's not forget that shrieking noise he makes when he first rises from the grave (check it out here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-7A406Dtpcw). Seriously, all that shown on a kids show.
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* Some of [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kusyDPg-wGY Courage's screams]] can be very terrifying for kids, younger viewers, especially when some body parts are deformed or organs come outside. Watch it, if you dare. By far the scariest is the scream from "Car Broke, Phone Yes" (the fourth clip in the video), where Courage utters an unholy banshee-esque high-pitched screech.
14th Apr '16 5:30:38 PM SilverSupernova
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* Eustace being consumed by foot fungus in "The Clutching Foot". Especially the way its presented. Eustace decides to take a nap to get rid of his foot fungus rather than going to the doctor like a sensible person, and wakes up the next day feeling refreshed and healthy... [[SurpriseCreepy then he glances downwards...]]

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* Eustace being consumed by foot fungus in "The Clutching Foot". Especially the way its presented. Eustace decides to take a nap to get rid of his foot fungus rather than going to the doctor like a sensible person, person (granted Dr. Vindaloo is explicitly a quack, so maybe avoiding his is a sensible action), and wakes up the next day feeling refreshed and healthy... [[SurpriseCreepy then he glances downwards...]]
14th Apr '16 4:42:48 PM SilverSupernova
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** The quilt lets out a demonic BigNo at the end when Muriel is saved.

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** The quilt lets out a demonic BigNo at the end when Muriel is saved.saved.
* The commercial promoting ''The Magical Tree of Nowhere'' only featured Eustace sharpening an axe, laughing maniacally, and occasionally cut to Courage cowering in the corner, giving the viewer the impression that he was preparing to murder his dog with an axe.
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