History NightmareFuel / WatershipDown

4th Jan '16 1:54:58 PM Sharlee
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** The flashback to the gassing of the warren, with the glowing-eyed rabbits crammed into the tunnels clawing each other, trying to get out. Holocaust parallels, anyone?
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** The flashback to the gassing of the warren, with the glowing-eyed rabbits crammed into the tunnels clawing each other, trying to get out.out of tunnels that only narrow and spiral into dead ends. Holocaust parallels, anyone?
19th Dec '15 9:12:43 PM margdean56
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* In the book are many scenes they cut from the film, such as the "Tale of El-ahrairah and the black rabbit of Inlé", which Hazel tries to avoid having told just before their ImpossibleMission because it'll demoralize, ie. scare the crap out of, everyone concerned. Bigwig insists on hearing it, though, and so we have to listen to how El-ahrairah descends into the rabbit equivalent of Hades to confront ''[[TheGrimReaper Death]]'' as a last resort to save his besieged people. El-ahrairah gradually loses his whiskers, his tail and his ears to the Black Rabbit in futile bets, then in total desperation jumps into a well of deadly plague germs in order to carry them back to the enemy - but it it won't work, as the plague is carried by fleas nesting in rabbits' ears. Finally, the Black Rabbit agrees to El-ahrairah's request simply because his persistence in remaining alive is disturbing the place of the dead. So he sends mysterious demons to terrify the enemy into submission...
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* In the book are many scenes they cut from the film, such as the "Tale of El-ahrairah and the black rabbit Black Rabbit of Inlé", which Hazel tries to avoid having told just before their ImpossibleMission because it'll demoralize, ie.i.e. scare the crap out of, everyone concerned. Bigwig insists on hearing it, though, and so we have to listen to how El-ahrairah descends into the rabbit equivalent of Hades to confront ''[[TheGrimReaper Death]]'' as a last resort to save his besieged people. El-ahrairah gradually loses his whiskers, his tail and his ears to the Black Rabbit in futile bets, then in total desperation jumps into a well of deadly plague germs in order to carry them back to the enemy - -- but it it won't work, as the plague is carried by fleas nesting in rabbits' ears. Finally, the Black Rabbit agrees to El-ahrairah's request simply because his persistence in remaining alive is disturbing the place of the dead. So he sends mysterious demons to terrify the enemy into submission...

* When Bigwig calls Hyzenthlay up to his burrow, her initial response is hauntingly similar to a sex slave. "If you want a doe you can have her, and no-one is allowed to stop you" takes on a [[FridgeHorror horrible new tone.]]
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* When Bigwig calls Hyzenthlay up to his burrow, her initial response is hauntingly similar to a sex slave. "If you want a doe you can have her, and no-one no one is allowed to stop you" takes on a [[FridgeHorror horrible new tone.]]
11th Nov '15 9:58:22 AM Santoand
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** The [[YouDirtyRat rats]] that attack the rabbits while they're sleeping in a shed.
31st Aug '15 8:10:14 AM LBHills
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** "...And that is why no rabbit who tells the tales of El-ahrairah can say what kind of creatures they were or what they looked like. Not one of them has ever been seen, from that day to this."
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** "...And that is why no rabbit who tells the tales of El-ahrairah can say what kind of creatures they [the enemy] were or what they looked like. Not one of them has ever been seen, from that day to this."
9th Jul '15 6:56:02 AM Sharlee
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*** The dog isn't exactly a sweetheart either, rising up from the ridge with a mangled bloody Efrafan bunny in its jaws.
21st Jun '15 12:58:42 PM NausicaaoftheSpirits
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*** Holly appearing to tell the rabbits about it. The first the rabbits and the audience hear of him, he is moaning, "Zorn, zorn![[note]]Translation: Destroyed, destroyed![[/note]] Bigwig, Bigwig!" Bigwig immediately assumes it's the Black Rabbit of Inlé, until Holly drags himself to the edge and falls into the ditch they're in, completely battered and moaning, "All zorn!" We don't know who did this to him, until Holly tells the rabbits of his time in Efrafa.
31st May '15 7:12:00 AM looneynightmare
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** Blackavar stays behind in an attempt to stall General Woundwort only for him to easily swat him down and tear out his throat in an extremely graphic manner.
19th Jan '15 10:00:39 AM shrrgnien
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* The realization of the true depths of this version of Cowslip's insanity. While in the novel and the movie adaptation Cowslip is mostly a ''sad'' character, living with one foot in the grave and no spirit left to fight either his fate or other rabbits, the series portrays him in a way that gives the audience ''chills''.
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* The realization of the true depths of this version of Cowslip's insanity. While in the novel and the movie adaptation Cowslip is mostly a ''sad'' ''sad'', spiritless character, living with one foot in the grave and no spirit left sending innocent newcomers to fight either his fate or other rabbits, their deaths to postpone what he knows is the inevitable, the series portrays him in a way that gives the audience ''chills''.
19th Jan '15 9:58:29 AM shrrgnien
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--> '''Cowslip:''' *giggling madly* They won't get me! ''[[MadnessMantra They might get others, but never me!]]''
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--> '''Cowslip:''' *giggling madly* *[[LaughingMad giggling madly]]* They won't get me! ''[[MadnessMantra They might get others, but never me!]]''
19th Jan '15 9:57:52 AM shrrgnien
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** The show doesn't focus much on the horrified realization of what the warren of the shining wires truly is (because, after all, it's [[FamilyFriendlyViolence aimed at a younger audience]] but imagine it from Holly's perspective. Pimpernel was weak, couldn't travel on...and this warren was big, and comfortable, and welcoming, so he left his friend in their care. Just for a few weeks. And then he comes back...
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** The show doesn't focus much on the horrified realization of what the warren of the shining wires truly is (because, after all, it's [[FamilyFriendlyViolence [[{{Bowdlerize}} aimed at a younger audience]] audience]]) but imagine it from Holly's perspective. Pimpernel was weak, couldn't travel on...and this warren was big, and comfortable, and welcoming, so he left his friend in their care. Just for a few weeks. And then he comes back...
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