History NightmareFuel / TheSmurfs

20th Feb '16 5:52:48 AM Eggy0
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** Speaking of eating Smurfs, on a couple of occassions he also attempts to eat a Smurf ''alive'' and one time even threatens to do so to ''[[WouldHurtAChild the innocent Baby Smurf]]'', and without the [[TheGoodGuysAlwaysWin "good always triumphs"]] standard there would be a chance of failure to save the hapless Smurfs. Try letting that one sink in for a while.
23rd Jan '16 12:32:53 PM Lovetheclassics72
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* In the episode "Smurf coloured glasses" Big Mouth saw Gargamel and Azrael as food, and it is scary because it gives the audience an idea that Big Mouth is actually going to eat Gargamel and Azreal.

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* In the episode "Smurf ''Smurf coloured glasses" glasses'' Big Mouth put the glasses on and saw Gargamel and Azrael as food, and it is scary because it gives the audience an idea that Big Mouth is actually going to eat Gargamel and Azreal.
23rd Jan '16 12:31:55 PM Lovetheclassics72
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* In the episode "Smurf coloured glasses" Big Mouth saw Gargamel and Azrael as food, and it is scary because it gives the audience an idea that Big Mouth is actually going to eat Gargamel and Azreal.
2nd Oct '15 7:09:11 PM DAMartin
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** Oh that is just the tip of the iceberg. The Black/Purple Smurf plague has happened before. Papa Smurf had a book chronicling the disease in exquisite detail, down to a rather vivid color illustration of the source, the "purple fly." In fact, the only detail missing was the cure which Smurfette discovered completely by accident. There are several chilling implications to this. 1.) The person who wrote that book, witnessing the event first hand, may have had to abandon village with a small group of Smurf survivors, leaving the book as a cautionary tale. Which could mean there's an entire population of "G'naps" out there somewhere. 2.) There are ''other'' purple flies in existence, which means TheVirus can strike again at any time, especially as there's no acquired immunity. (Near the end of the episode, cured Smurfs would be reinfected even as their neighbors were curing others.) 3.) TheVirus ''learns'' from its mistakes and mishaps, which means that even if 1.) did not occur because the Smurfs were cured without understanding why (ie, a large batch of that flower pollen just happened to blow through the village for no discernible reason), should the Purple Fly strike again, the new G'naps may just start seeking out and destroying this flower before moving in on Smurf village. To wit, while Papa Smurf and the Smurfs got more and more desperate, trying all sorts of random things just to see what works, the G'naps were watching, waiting, and planning. They only attacked en masse when word got out that a cure exists, and the G'nap that painted itself blue? Hefty who could wrestle a G'nap to standstill before he got bitten and turned. How tough are the G'naps? It took three Smurfs to subdue Clumsy while he was tangled in his own net. Which means that even if Smurfs were able to get close enough to figure out he was just faking being cured, he could ''easily'' subdue and turn them.

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** Oh that is just the tip of the iceberg. The Black/Purple Smurf plague has happened before. Papa Smurf had a book chronicling the disease in exquisite detail, down to a rather vivid color illustration of the source, the "purple "Buzz fly." In fact, the only detail missing was the cure which Smurfette Papa Smurf discovered completely by accident. There are several chilling implications to this. 1.) The person who wrote that book, witnessing the event first hand, may have had to abandon village with a small group of Smurf survivors, leaving the book as a cautionary tale. Which could mean there's an entire population of "G'naps" out there somewhere. 2.) There are ''other'' purple Buzz flies in existence, which means TheVirus can strike again at any time, especially as there's no acquired immunity. (Near the end of the episode, cured Smurfs would be reinfected even as their neighbors were curing others.) 3.) TheVirus ''learns'' from its mistakes and mishaps, which means that even if 1.) did not occur because the Smurfs were cured without understanding why (ie, a large batch of that flower pollen just happened to blow through the village for no discernible reason), should the Purple Buzz Fly strike again, the new G'naps may just start seeking out and destroying this flower before moving in on Smurf village. To wit, while Papa Smurf and the Smurfs got more and more desperate, trying all sorts of random things just to see what works, the G'naps were watching, waiting, and planning. They only attacked en masse when word got out that a cure exists, and the G'nap that painted itself blue? In the animated version it was Hefty Smurf, who could wrestle a G'nap to standstill before he got bitten and turned. How tough are the G'naps? It took three Smurfs to subdue Clumsy Smurf while he was tangled in his own net.net (it was way easier to carry the Smurf from the original version of that scene). Which means that even if Smurfs were able to get close enough to figure out he was just faking being cured, he could ''easily'' subdue and turn them.
12th Sep '15 8:16:04 PM DinoMaurus
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* That one episode involving a huge, {{Franchise/Godzilla}}-esque, [[OurDragonsAreDifferent wingless dragon]] terrorizing the Smurf forest and burning everything it came across with its fire-breath. The sheer destruction the monster causes in its wake is truly chilling, as is the fact the dragon is portrayed as one of the show's [[KnightOfCerebus most threatening]] and [[VileVillainSaccharineShow genuinely dangerous]] antagonists.

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* That one The episode "Sir Hefty", involving a huge, {{Franchise/Godzilla}}-esque, [[OurDragonsAreDifferent green wingless dragon]] terrorizing the Smurf forest and burning everything it came across with its fire-breath. The sheer destruction the monster causes in its wake is truly chilling, as is the fact the dragon is portrayed as one of the show's [[KnightOfCerebus most threatening]] and [[VileVillainSaccharineShow genuinely dangerous]] antagonists.
12th Sep '15 8:07:23 PM DinoMaurus
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* That one episode involving a huge, {{Franchise/Godzilla}}-esque, [[OurDragonsAreDifferent wingless dragon]] terrorizing the Smurf forest and burning everything it came across with its fire-breath. The sheer destruction the monster causes in its wake is truly chilling, as is the fact the dragon is portrayed as one of the show's [[KnightOfCerebus most threatening]] and [[VileVillainSaccharineShow genuinely dangerous]] antagonists.
24th Aug '15 3:21:52 AM Lots42
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* Clumsy learns why he is called thus; shades of Forrest Gump realizing he's just not as smart as most other men.
30th Jul '15 7:45:13 AM Harem-author
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** Oh that is just the tip of the iceberg. The Black/Purple Smurf plague has happened before. Papa Smurf had a book chronicling the disease in exquisite detail, down to a rather vivid color illustration of the source, the "purple fly." In fact, the only detail missing was the cure which Smurfette discovered completely by accident. There are several chilling implications to this. 1.) The person who wrote that book, witnessing the event first hand, may have had to abandon village with a small group of Smurf survivors, leaving the book as a cautionary tale. Which could mean there's an entire population of "G'naps" out there somewhere. 2.) There are ''other'' purple flies in existence, which means TheVirus can strike again at any time. 3.) TheVirus ''learns'' from its mistakes and mishaps, which means that even if 1.) did not occur because the Smurfs were cured without understanding why (ie, a large batch of that flower pollen just happened to blow through the village for no discernible reason), should the Purple Fly strike again, the new G'naps may just start seeking out and destroying this flower before moving in on Smurf village. To wit, while Papa Smurf and the Smurfs got more and more desperate, trying all sorts of random things just to see what works, the G'naps were watching, waiting, and planning. They only attacked en masse when word got out that a cure exists, and the G'nap that painted itself blue? Hefty who could wrestle a G'nap to standstill before he got bitten and turned. How tough are the G'naps? It took three Smurfs to subdue Clumsy while he was tangled in his own net. Which means that even if Smurfs were able to get close enough to figure out he was just faking being cured, he could ''easily'' subdue and turn them.

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** Oh that is just the tip of the iceberg. The Black/Purple Smurf plague has happened before. Papa Smurf had a book chronicling the disease in exquisite detail, down to a rather vivid color illustration of the source, the "purple fly." In fact, the only detail missing was the cure which Smurfette discovered completely by accident. There are several chilling implications to this. 1.) The person who wrote that book, witnessing the event first hand, may have had to abandon village with a small group of Smurf survivors, leaving the book as a cautionary tale. Which could mean there's an entire population of "G'naps" out there somewhere. 2.) There are ''other'' purple flies in existence, which means TheVirus can strike again at any time. time, especially as there's no acquired immunity. (Near the end of the episode, cured Smurfs would be reinfected even as their neighbors were curing others.) 3.) TheVirus ''learns'' from its mistakes and mishaps, which means that even if 1.) did not occur because the Smurfs were cured without understanding why (ie, a large batch of that flower pollen just happened to blow through the village for no discernible reason), should the Purple Fly strike again, the new G'naps may just start seeking out and destroying this flower before moving in on Smurf village. To wit, while Papa Smurf and the Smurfs got more and more desperate, trying all sorts of random things just to see what works, the G'naps were watching, waiting, and planning. They only attacked en masse when word got out that a cure exists, and the G'nap that painted itself blue? Hefty who could wrestle a G'nap to standstill before he got bitten and turned. How tough are the G'naps? It took three Smurfs to subdue Clumsy while he was tangled in his own net. Which means that even if Smurfs were able to get close enough to figure out he was just faking being cured, he could ''easily'' subdue and turn them.
30th Jul '15 7:43:04 AM Harem-author
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** Oh that is just the tip of the iceberg. The Black/Purple Smurf plague has happened before. Papa Smurf had a book chronicling the disease in exquisite detail, down to a rather vivid color illustration of the source, the "purple fly." In fact, the only detail missing was the cure which Smurfette discovered completely by accident. There are several chilling implications to this. 1.) The person who wrote that book, witnessing the event first hand, may have had to abandon village with a small group of Smurf survivors, leaving the book as a cautionary tale. Which could mean there's an entire population of "G'naps" out there somewhere. 2.) There are ''other'' purple flies in existence, which means TheVirus can strike again at any time. 3.) TheVirus ''learns'' from its mistakes and mishaps, which means that even if 1.) did not occur because the Smurfs were cured without understanding why (ie, a large batch of that flower pollen just happened to blow through the village for no discernible reason), should the Purple Fly strike again, the new G'naps may just start seeking out and destroying this flower before moving in on Smurf village. To wit, while Papa Smurf and the Smurfs got more and more desperate, trying all sorts of random things just to see what works, the G'naps were watching, waiting, and planning. They only attacked en masse when word got out that a cure exists, and the G'nap that painted itself blue? Hefty who could wrestle a G'nap to standstill before he got bitten and turned. How tough are the G'naps? It took three Smurfs to subdue Clumsy while he was tangled in his own net.

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** Oh that is just the tip of the iceberg. The Black/Purple Smurf plague has happened before. Papa Smurf had a book chronicling the disease in exquisite detail, down to a rather vivid color illustration of the source, the "purple fly." In fact, the only detail missing was the cure which Smurfette discovered completely by accident. There are several chilling implications to this. 1.) The person who wrote that book, witnessing the event first hand, may have had to abandon village with a small group of Smurf survivors, leaving the book as a cautionary tale. Which could mean there's an entire population of "G'naps" out there somewhere. 2.) There are ''other'' purple flies in existence, which means TheVirus can strike again at any time. 3.) TheVirus ''learns'' from its mistakes and mishaps, which means that even if 1.) did not occur because the Smurfs were cured without understanding why (ie, a large batch of that flower pollen just happened to blow through the village for no discernible reason), should the Purple Fly strike again, the new G'naps may just start seeking out and destroying this flower before moving in on Smurf village. To wit, while Papa Smurf and the Smurfs got more and more desperate, trying all sorts of random things just to see what works, the G'naps were watching, waiting, and planning. They only attacked en masse when word got out that a cure exists, and the G'nap that painted itself blue? Hefty who could wrestle a G'nap to standstill before he got bitten and turned. How tough are the G'naps? It took three Smurfs to subdue Clumsy while he was tangled in his own net. Which means that even if Smurfs were able to get close enough to figure out he was just faking being cured, he could ''easily'' subdue and turn them.
30th Jul '15 7:37:11 AM Harem-author
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** Oh that is just the tip of the iceberg. The Black/Purple Smurf plague has happened before. Papa Smurf had a book chronicling the disease in exquisite detail, down to a rather vivid color illustration of the source, the "purple fly." In fact, the only detail missing was the cure which Smurfette discovered completely by accident. There are several chilling implications to this. 1.) The person who wrote that book, witnessing the event first hand, may have had to abandon village with a small group of Smurf survivors, leaving the book as a cautionary tale. Which could mean there's an entire population of "G'naps" out there somewhere. 2.) There are ''other'' purple flies in existence, which means TheVirus can strike again at any time. 3.) TheVirus ''learns'' from its mistakes and mishaps, which means that even if 1.) did not occur because the Smurfs were cured without understanding why (ie, a large batch of that flower pollen just happened to blow through the village for no discernible reason), should the Purple Fly strike again, the new G'naps may just start seeking out and destroying this flower before moving in on Smurf village. To wit, while Papa Smurf and the Smurfs got more and more desperate, trying all sorts of random things just to see what works, the G'naps were watching, waiting, and planning. They only attacked en masse when word got out that a cure exists, and the G'nap that painted itself blue? Hefty who could wrestle a G'nap to standstill before he got bitten and turned. How tough are the G'naps? It took three Smurfs to subdue Clumsy while he was tangled in his own net.
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