History NightmareFuel / SouthPark

2nd May '16 6:30:50 AM TheOneWhoTropes
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** Considering [[{{UminekoNoNakuKoroNi}} the series the episode may have been a parody of]], ([[spoiler: more specifically a jab at the Shkannon Culprit Theory]]) it should not be surprising this episode is nightmare fuel.

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** Considering [[{{UminekoNoNakuKoroNi}} [[VisualNovel/UminekoWhenTheyCry the series the episode may have been a parody of]], ([[spoiler: more specifically a jab at the Shkannon Culprit Theory]]) it should not be surprising this episode is nightmare fuel.
3rd Feb '16 4:29:36 PM LucaEarlgrey
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** Don't forget that, according to the movie, almost EVERYBODY goes to Hell. Kenny even runs into Mahatmas Gandhi down there!
** Look at the sign for Heaven. The population counter reads 1,656. The population counter for Hell reads over 900 billion and ''keeps increasing.''

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** Don't forget that, according to the movie, almost EVERYBODY goes to Hell. Kenny even runs into Mahatmas Gandhi down there!
** Look at the sign for Heaven.
there! The population counter for Heaven reads 1,656. The 1,656, while the population counter for Hell reads over 900 billion and ''keeps increasing.''
3rd Feb '16 4:27:19 PM LucaEarlgrey
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* The M.A.C. in general. It starts out as another of Sheila's MoralGuardian soapboxes, but it quickly escalates into a plan of war, mass murder and ''genocide''. All because of a dirty movie.

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** Look at the sign for Heaven. The population counter reads 1,656. The population counter for Hell reads over 900 billion and ''keeps increasing.''
* The M.A.C. in general. It starts out as another of Sheila's MoralGuardian soapboxes, but it quickly escalates into a plan of war, mass murder and ''genocide''. [[DisproportionateRetribution All because of a dirty movie.]]
27th Dec '15 3:00:44 PM SeptimusHeap
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* In "Night of the Living Homeless", a parody of the ZombieApocalypse where the large group of homeless that overruns the town are the "zombies". Anyway, this episode is one part [[DarthWiki/WallBanger Wall Banger]], one part Nightmare Fuel. And both are in the same few minutes. When the kids traveled to Evergreen, Colorado, the last place these "zombies" were, there's only 3 guys left in the entire town, carrying shotguns and wearing filthy, plant-covered clothing. They tell the kids of how the homeless flooded their town, moaning about "change" (as opposed to brains). Eventually though, the homeless got enough to rent apartments... soon, it was impossible to tell who was "homeless" and who was not. The Wall Banger, of course, was that if you could rent an apartment, you weren't homeless anymore. But everyone treated it like it was an actual, incurable affliction, like most zombies are. So, the "leader" of the three guys "found out" that his wife was "homeless". He was shocked at that "information" and wondered how could he have possibly missed this after 20 years of marriage! So, he had to kill her...with a flamethrower. The Nightmare Fuel comes in when the rubble behind the "survivors" starts shaking... and this gray, vaguely-human shaped thing rises from the rubble, moaning. That's his wife, still somehow alive despite having maybe about 75% of her flesh burned away. After some rather useless dialogue "''You nurned ny ips ough!'' (You burned my lips off), she shoots all three dead, after sustaining several bullet wounds herself.

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* In "Night of the Living Homeless", a parody of the ZombieApocalypse where the large group of homeless that overruns the town are the "zombies". Anyway, this episode is one part [[DarthWiki/WallBanger Wall Banger]], one part Nightmare Fuel. And both are in the same few minutes. When the kids traveled to Evergreen, Colorado, the last place these "zombies" were, there's only 3 guys left in the entire town, carrying shotguns and wearing filthy, plant-covered clothing. They tell the kids of how the homeless flooded their town, moaning about "change" (as opposed to brains). Eventually though, the homeless got enough to rent apartments... soon, it was impossible to tell who was "homeless" and who was not. The Wall Banger, of course, was that if you could rent an apartment, you weren't homeless anymore. But everyone treated it like it was an actual, incurable affliction, like most zombies are. So, the "leader" of the three guys "found out" that his wife was "homeless". He was shocked at that "information" and wondered how could he have possibly missed this after 20 years of marriage! So, he had to kill her...with a flamethrower. The Nightmare Fuel comes in when the rubble behind the "survivors" starts shaking... and this gray, vaguely-human shaped thing rises from the rubble, moaning. That's his wife, still somehow alive despite having maybe about 75% of her flesh burned away. After some rather useless dialogue "''You nurned ny ips ough!'' (You burned my lips off), she shoots all three dead, after sustaining several bullet wounds herself.
19th Dec '15 12:07:21 PM taddavis
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** Cartman plans to frame PC Principal for pedophilia by showing him Butters' underwear to prove his point, [[{{Squick}} and then gives it a loud sniff, stating that is indeed Butters' ''used'' underwear.]] As if he couldn't get any more disturbing.

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** Cartman plans to frame PC Principal for pedophilia by showing him Butters' underwear to prove his point, [[{{Squick}} and then gives it a loud sniff, stating that is indeed Butters' ''used'' underwear.underwear. Used, that is.]] As if he couldn't get any more disturbing.



** It gets worse from there: [[spoiler: Butters (now in a neck brace) is forced to publicly execute the physical embodiment of reality, even though he was the one who made everyone realise what the poor kid had to go through for them]].

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** It gets worse from there: [[spoiler: Butters (now in a neck brace) is forced to publicly execute the physical embodiment of reality, even though he was the one who made everyone realise realize what the poor kid had to go through for them]].



* Truth and Advertising: Leslie and Jimmy continue to converse and Jimmy is slowly beginning to fall for her wiles. The boys similarly get sidetracked from the big conspiracy by random ads which slowly turn Stan and Kyle against each other. [[spoiler: Then Leslie takes advantage of Kyle.]]
* The realisation that the events from "The City Part of Town" have been slowly killing South Park as we know it, as overpricing is driving the locals closer and closer to bankruptcy. [[spoiler: This is all a conspiracy by the ads so that they can wipe out the human race.]]

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* Truth and Advertising: Leslie and Jimmy continue to converse and Jimmy is slowly beginning to fall for her wiles. The boys similarly get sidetracked from the big conspiracy by random ads which slowly turn Stan and Kyle against each other. [[spoiler: Then Leslie takes advantage of Kyle. No, not in the way we associate that term with.]]
* The realisation realization that the events from "The City Part of Town" have been slowly killing South Park as we know it, as overpricing is driving the locals closer and closer to bankruptcy. [[spoiler: This is all a conspiracy by the ads so that they can wipe out the human race.]]
19th Dec '15 12:04:46 PM taddavis
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** Hell, Cartman getting beaten to a bloody pulp by PC Principal (as opposed to kids beating his ass) is cringe-inducing, especially as it is tense as fuck! He probably didn't know about the correct term of "spokesperson" (as well as the fact that using words such as "capiche" implies that he associates it with the Italian community, which is un-PC), which explains why it is so hard to watch, whether or not he's a {{Jerkass}} himself.
** Cartman plans to frame PC Principal for pedophilia by showing him Butters' underwear to prove his point, [[{{Squick}} and then gives it a loud sniff, stating that is indeed Butters' used underwear.]] As if he couldn't get any more disturbing.

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** Hell, Cartman getting beaten to a bloody pulp by PC Principal (as opposed to kids beating his ass) is cringe-inducing, especially as it is tense as fuck! He probably didn't know about the correct term of "spokesperson" (as well as the fact that using words such as "capiche" implies that he associates it with the Italian community, which is un-PC), which explains why it is so hard to watch, whether or not he's despite being a {{Jerkass}} himself.
** Cartman plans to frame PC Principal for pedophilia by showing him Butters' underwear to prove his point, [[{{Squick}} and then gives it a loud sniff, stating that is indeed Butters' used ''used'' underwear.]] As if he couldn't get any more disturbing.
19th Dec '15 12:03:03 PM taddavis
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** Hell, Cartman getting beaten to a bloody pulp by an ''ill-tempered adult'' (as opposed to kids beating his ass) is cringe-inducing, especially as it is tense as fuck! Sure, he may have deserved it for going too far with the principal, but not in that way!
** Cartman plans to frame PC Principal for pedophilia by showing him Butters' underwear to prove his point, [[{{Squick}} and then gives it a loud sniff for situation authenticity.]] As if he couldn't get any more disturbing.

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** Hell, Cartman getting beaten to a bloody pulp by an ''ill-tempered adult'' PC Principal (as opposed to kids beating his ass) is cringe-inducing, especially as it is tense as fuck! Sure, He probably didn't know about the correct term of "spokesperson" (as well as the fact that using words such as "capiche" implies that he may have deserved associates it for going too far with the principal, but Italian community, which is un-PC), which explains why it is so hard to watch, whether or not in that way!
he's a {{Jerkass}} himself.
** Cartman plans to frame PC Principal for pedophilia by showing him Butters' underwear to prove his point, [[{{Squick}} and then gives it a loud sniff for situation authenticity.sniff, stating that is indeed Butters' used underwear.]] As if he couldn't get any more disturbing.
9th Dec '15 9:58:09 PM DoctorSleep
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* Truth and Advertising: Leslie and Jimmy continue to converse and Jimmy is slowly beginning to fall for her wiles. The boys similarly get sidetracked from the big conspiracy by random ads which slowly turn Stan and Kyle against each other.
* The realisation that the events from "The City Part of Town" have been slowly killing South Park as we know it, as overpricing is driving the locals closer and closer to bankruptcy.

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* Truth and Advertising: Leslie and Jimmy continue to converse and Jimmy is slowly beginning to fall for her wiles. The boys similarly get sidetracked from the big conspiracy by random ads which slowly turn Stan and Kyle against each other.
other. [[spoiler: Then Leslie takes advantage of Kyle.]]
* The realisation that the events from "The City Part of Town" have been slowly killing South Park as we know it, as overpricing is driving the locals closer and closer to bankruptcy. [[spoiler: This is all a conspiracy by the ads so that they can wipe out the human race.]]
* "PC Principal: Final Justice": Remember all those times PC Principal beat up one of his students? It turns out he's been ''holding back''.
** Just the fact that someone like Cartman could legally purchase a gun. He then uses said gun to threaten his mother when she tells him to go to bed.
** As Jimbo is selling a gun to an old lady:
--> "Remember: If the safety's on, you're as good as gone!"
2nd Dec '15 10:38:13 PM DoctorSleep
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* Truth and Advertising: Leslie and Jimmy continue to converse and Jimmy is slowly beginning to fall for her wiles. The boys similarly get sidetracked from the big conspiracy by random ads which slowly turn Stan and Kyle against each other.
* The realisation that the events from "The City Part of Town" have been slowly killing South Park as we know it, as overpricing is driving the locals closer and closer to bankruptcy.
1st Dec '15 3:38:47 PM VanHohenheimOfXerxes
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** Then we have Trent Boyett, who was wrongly imprisoned because he was believed to be responsible for Miss Claridge's fate (in reality, the four main characters talked him into it). In his crazy drive for revenge, he hospitalizes Butters and a whole gang of older boys with a series of stereotypical bully attack moves (wedgies, Indian burns, noogies, etc.), but also a lot of nastier ones, like one which involves "tabasco sauce, a telephone, and the anus."

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** Then we have Trent Boyett, who was wrongly imprisoned because he was believed to be responsible for Miss Claridge's fate (in reality, the four main characters talked him into it). In his crazy drive for revenge, he hospitalizes Butters and a whole gang of older boys with a series of stereotypical bully attack moves (wedgies, Indian burns, noogies, etc.), but also a lot of nastier ones, like one which involves "tabasco sauce, a telephone, telephone pole, and the anus."
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