History ParanoiaFuel / WesternAnimation

1st Nov '16 1:38:17 AM WanderingBrowser
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*** Oh, it gets worse than that with some [[AllThereInTheManual facts shared outside of the show]]. See, a big part of the key to Bill's powers? Any representation of his form - a triangle/pyramid with an eye - is a window between his dimension and ours. A window that Bill can look through whenever he pleases. And that pyramid-and-eye design? It's on ''every US banknote every issued''. That's right, every single American paper money note is a spy-drone for an EldritchAbomination from beyond our dimension. If you've got any cash on you, then Bill can see you and hear you.



* In the Simpsons episode "Mountain of Madness" Homer and Mr. Burns get stuck inside a cabin from avalanches and are giving each other paranoid stares, that scene was so creepy!

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* In the Simpsons WesternAnimation/{{Simpsons}} episode "Mountain of Madness" Homer and Mr. Burns get stuck inside a cabin from avalanches and are giving each other paranoid stares, that scene was so creepy!
16th Oct '16 4:15:33 PM greatpikminfan
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** Bill Cipher is watching you. He's always watching you. He knows exactly what you're doing, when you're doing it, and why. And if it doesn't fit his plans, he'll find a way to interfere. He can also possess people, and it's not always immediately obvious as to whether a person is possessed or not [[spoiler:(especially if they wear glasses)]]. He can enter pretty much anyone's mind at any time, and can even destroy a person's mind from the inside out. [[spoiler:And he wants to cause TheEndOfTheWorldAsWeKnowIt.]]

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** Bill Cipher is watching you. He's always watching you.you -- and can see you through any image of him. He knows exactly what you're doing, when you're doing it, and why. And if it doesn't fit his plans, he'll find a way to interfere. He can also possess people, and it's not always immediately obvious as to whether a person is possessed or not [[spoiler:(especially if they wear glasses)]]. He can enter pretty much anyone's mind at any time, and can even destroy a person's mind from the inside out. [[spoiler:And he wants to cause TheEndOfTheWorldAsWeKnowIt.]]
1st Sep '16 8:36:23 AM ultimomant
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* The akuma in Miraculous Ladybug. It doesn't matter who you are, what your age is, or what your morals are. If you have one moment of weakness, you can be turned into a super villain at any time or place. And they're often capable of making thralls of everyone, up to and including [[TheLancer Chat Noir]].

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* The akuma in Miraculous Ladybug.''WesternAnimation/MiraculousLadybug''. It doesn't matter who you are, what your age is, or what your morals are. If you have one moment of weakness, you can be turned into a super villain at any time or place. And they're often capable of making thralls of everyone, up to and including [[TheLancer Chat Noir]].



* The Gamesmaster from the ''GIJoe'' episode of the same name. A ten-foot tall PsychopathicManChild who effortlessly kidnaps Flint, Lady Jaye, Baroness, and Cobra Commander to use as playthings for his amusement. It's insane that such a creepy guy has so many ''resources''. The Joes and Cobra already have SurveillanceAsThePlotDemands, but he takes it to the next level as he spies inside Cobra's base, ''Lady Jaye changing her clothes in a mall's fitting room'', and ''Baroness taking a bath''. He kidnaps Flint by using a helicopter to ''pull the elevator he was using out of the building''.

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* The Gamesmaster from the ''GIJoe'' ''WesternAnimation/GIJoeARealAmericanHero'' episode of the same name. A ten-foot tall PsychopathicManChild who effortlessly kidnaps Flint, Lady Jaye, Baroness, and Cobra Commander to use as playthings for his amusement. It's insane that such a creepy guy has so many ''resources''. The Joes and Cobra already have SurveillanceAsThePlotDemands, but he takes it to the next level as he spies inside Cobra's base, ''Lady Jaye changing her clothes in a mall's fitting room'', and ''Baroness taking a bath''. He kidnaps Flint by using a helicopter to ''pull the elevator he was using out of the building''.
25th Aug '16 10:16:56 AM MattP5557
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** Roy: A Life Well Lived: Imagine the ending of the game and coming back to reality. An entire life you just "lived" was nothing more but an arcade game. Everyone you know, everything you did, never really happened. While the show does Morty coming to pretty quickly, it wouldn't be surprising if he is stuck with some conflicting memories for a while to come
25th Aug '16 10:10:22 AM MattP5557
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* ''WesternAnimation/RickAndMorty'' once gave us parasites that to spite their intentionally ridiculous forms could well have been created by Creator/StevenMoffat. All of a sudden, memories of illogical events are being created in your head to justify the existence of people who seem to be a single gimmick repeated ad infinitum. And the more you try to figure out what the true memories are, the more chances there are of the parasites filling in the gaps for you, allowing for more of their ilk to enter your memories and gain your trust. Even if you are aware of the threat, how can you trust anyone if they can alter your memories to make your own preventative countermeasures seem like nothing more than zaniness?
19th May '16 12:21:20 PM TheOneWhoTropes
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* The ''RockosModernLife'' episode where the gang goes fishing, only to discover that the fish are fishing for them using ever more elaborate bait, including the life jackets and ending with Rocko's house being reeled in.

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* The ''RockosModernLife'' ''WesternAnimation/RockosModernLife'' episode where the gang goes fishing, only to discover that the fish are fishing for them using ever more elaborate bait, including the life jackets and ending with Rocko's house being reeled in.
17th Mar '16 6:12:46 PM FullmetalHeart20
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The akuma in Miraculous Ladybug. It doesn't matter who you are, what your age is, or what your morals are. If you have one moment of weakness, you can be turned into a super villain at any time or place. And they're often capable of making thralls of everyone, up to and including [[TheLancer Chat Noir]].

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The *The akuma in Miraculous Ladybug. It doesn't matter who you are, what your age is, or what your morals are. If you have one moment of weakness, you can be turned into a super villain at any time or place. And they're often capable of making thralls of everyone, up to and including [[TheLancer Chat Noir]].
17th Mar '16 6:12:17 PM FullmetalHeart20
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The akuma in Miraculous Ladybug. It doesn't matter who you are, what your age is, or what your morals are. If you have one moment of weakness, you can be turned into a super villain at any time or place. And they're often capable of making thralls of everyone, up to and including [[The Lancer Chat Noir]].

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The akuma in Miraculous Ladybug. It doesn't matter who you are, what your age is, or what your morals are. If you have one moment of weakness, you can be turned into a super villain at any time or place. And they're often capable of making thralls of everyone, up to and including [[The Lancer [[TheLancer Chat Noir]].
17th Mar '16 6:11:57 PM FullmetalHeart20
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The akuma in Miraculous Ladybug. It doesn't matter who you are, what your age is, or what your morals are. If you have one moment of weakness, you can be turned into a super villain at any time or place. And they're often capable of making thralls of everyone, up to and including [[The Lancer Chat Noir]].
3rd Dec '15 11:44:49 AM Kartoonkid95
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** Advertisements. Mankind has invented ways to prevent ads from popping up, but they have adapted to their new environments, on cable TV and the Internet, in their effort to destroy us. Now, they have taken the next step in their evolution and have become ''actual living people''. And they can be ''anyone''.
-->"Ads promise us things. Ads are perfect. But make no mistake. All ads lie. And all ads deceive. ''[[LeaningOnTheFourthWall (cut to commercial)]]''
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