History ParanoiaFuel / WesternAnimation

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)]]''
20th Nov '15 1:08:29 AM Scrounge
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** The ''WesternAnimation/TransformersPrime'' version of Soundwave is eerie. Design-wise, he's [[TheBlank faceless]] and [[LeanAndMean disproportionately slender]]. The other Decepticons are intimidated by him; with [[TheStarscream Starscream]] having to go to great lengths to get him to agree with his schemes, due to Soundwave's loyalty to Megatron. He rarely says anything; and if he does, it was usually not in his own voice, but rather a [[IronicEcho distorted recording]] of another character. Add on to the fact that he can monitor all Earth telecommunications at will. Then, recall the fact that [[BewareTheQuietOnes he's one of the most dangerous fighters among the Decepticons, too]].

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** The ''WesternAnimation/TransformersPrime'' version of Soundwave is eerie. Design-wise, he's [[TheBlank faceless]] and [[LeanAndMean disproportionately slender]]. The other Decepticons are intimidated by him; with [[TheStarscream Starscream]] having to go to great lengths to get him to agree with his schemes, due to Soundwave's loyalty to Megatron. He rarely says anything; and if he does, it was usually not in his own voice, but rather a [[IronicEcho distorted recording]] of another character. Add on to the fact that he can monitor all Earth telecommunications at will.will, meaning that just like his cinematic counterpart, he hears ''everything''. Then, recall the fact that [[BewareTheQuietOnes he's one of the most dangerous fighters among the Decepticons, too]]. And that's ''if'' he decides to fight you; he's also tapped into the Decepticon space bridge, which allows him to open portals in front of foes and send them to a destination of his choosing, an ability which has dropped Autobots off in all sorts of unpleasant places.
29th Oct '15 9:35:56 PM KatanaCat
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* ''WesternAnimation/InvaderZim'': The end of the Halloween episode featured Dib getting dragged out of his class, thrown into the back of a padded truck and taken to "the Crazy House for Boys." Think about it. They just decided Dib was insane, with no input from him at all, then picked him up and took him, never to be heard from again.
** Actually, that wasn't the end, that was around the middle or so and he escaped.

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* ''WesternAnimation/InvaderZim'': The end of the Halloween episode featured Dib getting dragged out of his class, thrown into the back of a padded truck and taken to "the Crazy House for Boys." Think about it. They just decided Dib was insane, with no input from him at all, then picked him up and took him, never to be heard from again.
** Actually, that wasn't the end, that was around the middle or so and he escaped.
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* In ''WesternAnimation/GravityFalls'' [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pcWzVLbBDwc The Hide Behind]], its so good at hiding behind your back that you'll never know whether or not its really there. Thankfully, it doesn't seem to be malicious at all.
** 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.

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* In ''WesternAnimation/GravityFalls'' [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pcWzVLbBDwc The Hide Behind]], its it's so good at hiding behind your back that you'll never know whether or not its really there. Thankfully, it doesn't seem to be malicious at all.
** 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.]]
7th Sep '15 8:53:25 AM Adept
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* ''FiremanSam''. He sounds more like a potential axe murderer than a friendly hero next door. And ''Postman Pat'' who sounds more like a Grim Reaper incarnate than a mailman.

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* ''FiremanSam''.''WesternAnimation/FiremanSam''. He sounds more like a potential axe murderer than a friendly hero next door. And ''Postman Pat'' who sounds more like a Grim Reaper incarnate than a mailman.



* ''TheRealGhostbusters'' and its sequel ''WesternAnimation/ExtremeGhostbusters'' had the Grundel, a ghoul that came to kids' bedroom windows late at night and said "Come out and play..." over and over again in a ''really'' creepy voice, until the kid was mesmerized into obeying. And it only targets children. And if they're not freed from his influence, they eventually turn into a Grundel themselves. Sweet dreams, kiddies...
** DoesThisRemindYouOfAnything?
* ''TheBraveLittleToaster'' introduces the concept that every appliance, electronic, or mechanical object is alive, sentient, and watching you. Sure, they ''are'' mostly benevolent, but to think that something is always watching what you do, even when you think you're alone...

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* ''TheRealGhostbusters'' ''WesternAnimation/TheRealGhostbusters'' and its sequel ''WesternAnimation/ExtremeGhostbusters'' had the Grundel, a ghoul that came to kids' bedroom windows late at night and said "Come out and play..." over and over again in a ''really'' creepy voice, until the kid was mesmerized into obeying. And it only targets children. And if they're not freed from his influence, they eventually turn into a Grundel themselves. Sweet dreams, kiddies...
** DoesThisRemindYouOfAnything?
* ''TheBraveLittleToaster'' ''WesternAnimation/TheBraveLittleToaster'' introduces the concept that every appliance, electronic, or mechanical object is alive, sentient, and watching you. Sure, they ''are'' mostly benevolent, but to think that something is always watching what you do, even when you think you're alone...
9th Jul '15 1:31:10 PM TheKaBlammer
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** There's also the junkyard. Think about it, you can't move, and somebody is going to pick your helpless body u

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** There's also the junkyard. Think about it, you can't move, and somebody is going to pick your helpless body uup so somebody can crush/eat you. And they even sing a jolly little song about it. Sweet dreams, children...
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