History Series / AreYouAfraidOfTheDark

7th Apr '16 2:07:33 PM amphiboly
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* WhatDoYouMeanItWasntMadeOnDrugs: "The Tale of the Super Specs" has a very trippy feel to it, especially since the name of the character who jump starts the plot with the second sight voodoo spell is none other than ''Weeds''.
7th Apr '16 2:07:04 PM amphiboly
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* WhatDoYouMeanItWasntBasedOnDrugs: "The Tale of the Super Specs" has a very trippy feel to it, especially since the name of the character who jump starts the plot with the second sight voodoo spell is none other than ''Weeds''.

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* WhatDoYouMeanItWasntBasedOnDrugs: WhatDoYouMeanItWasntMadeOnDrugs: "The Tale of the Super Specs" has a very trippy feel to it, especially since the name of the character who jump starts the plot with the second sight voodoo spell is none other than ''Weeds''.
7th Apr '16 2:06:03 PM amphiboly
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* WhatDoYouMeanItWasntBasedOnDrugs: "The Tale of the Super Specs" has a very trippy feel to it, especially since the name of the character who jump starts the plot with the second sight voodoo spell is none other than ''Weeds''.
6th Apr '16 12:05:06 PM amphiboly
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* GilliganCut: Sort of a cross between this and a [[MatchCut Match Cut]] take place in "The Tale of the Hatching" when Jasmine insists to her brother, Augie, that she's not going to wear one of those lame school uniforms, only for the scene to gradually cut to her wearing one and saying, "It's official. I'm a geek".

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* GilliganCut: Sort of a cross between this and a [[MatchCut Match Cut]] take takes place in "The Tale of the Hatching" when Jasmine insists to her brother, Augie, that she's not going to wear one of those lame school uniforms, only for the scene to gradually cut to her wearing one and saying, "It's official. I'm a geek".
6th Apr '16 11:58:20 AM amphiboly
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** Even the change of membership within the Midnight Society could counts as this. Notwithstanding [[ChuckCunninghamSyndrome Eric's unexplained departure]], Gary is genuinely somber about David and Kristen moving in Season Three episode "The Tale of the Midnight Ride", and he even goes so far as to dress up in all black as if hosting a memorial service in their honor. However, by Season Five episode "The Tale of the Dead Man's Float", he's much more accepting about Frank leaving because he says that the sadness is counterbalanced by the excitement of getting a new member. This further explains why, with the exception of Tucker, a whole new cast of members came along for the sixth and seventh seasons.

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** Even the change of membership within the Midnight Society could counts as this. Notwithstanding [[ChuckCunninghamSyndrome Eric's unexplained departure]], Gary is genuinely somber about David and Kristen moving in Season Three episode "The Tale of the Midnight Ride", and he even goes so far as to dress up in all black as if hosting a memorial service in their honor. However, by Season Five episode "The Tale of the Dead Man's Float", he's much more accepting about Frank leaving because he says that the sadness is counterbalanced by the excitement of getting a new member. This further explains why, with the exception of Tucker, a whole new cast of members came along for the sixth and seventh seasons.seasons, as if to carry on the "tradition" of welcoming change.
6th Apr '16 11:56:12 AM amphiboly
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** Even the change of membership within the Midnight Society could counts as this. Notwithstanding [[ChuckCunninghamSyndrome Eric's unexplained departure]], Gary is genuinely somber about David and Kristen moving in Season Three episode "The Tale of the Midnight Ride", and he even goes so far as to dress up in all black as if hosting a memorial service in their honor. However, by Season Five episode "The Tale of the Dead Man's Float", he's much more accepting about Frank leaving because he says that the sadness is counterbalanced by the excitement of getting a new member. This further explains why, with the exception of Tucker, a whole new cast of members came along for the sixth and seventh seasons.
4th Apr '16 3:14:27 PM amphiboly
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* FreudianExcuse: Koda in "The Tale of the Dark Music" is seen bullying Andy, the main protagonist, but later we see the former's father bullying ''him''. So, although it doesn't excuse Koda's behavior towards Andy, it does explain it, especially after he gives Andy a black eye and tells him he's going to beat on him for the rest of his life.
31st Mar '16 4:23:26 PM amphiboly
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''Are You Afraid of the Dark?'' was a children's horror show made by YTV in Canada and aired on Nickelodeon in the US. The pilot of the show was broadcast on October 31, 1991. The show originally lasted for five seasons from August 1991 to April 1996. The show was then revived in February 1999 (with YTV rival Family Channel taking over the Canadian broadcast rights to that run, in addition to producing it with Nickelodeon), lasting only two seasons before ending again in June 2000.

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''Are You Afraid of the Dark?'' was a children's horror show made by YTV in Canada and aired on Nickelodeon in the US. The pilot of the show was broadcast on October 31, 1991. The show originally lasted for five seasons from August 1991 1992 to April 1996. The show was then revived in February 1999 (with YTV rival Family Channel taking over the Canadian broadcast rights to that run, in addition to producing it with Nickelodeon), lasting only two seasons before ending again in June 2000.
31st Mar '16 4:23:01 PM amphiboly
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''Are You Afraid of the Dark?'' was a children's horror show made by YTV in Canada and aired on Nickelodeon in the US. The pilot of the show was broadcast on October 31, 1990. The show originally lasted for five seasons from August 1991 to April 1996. The show was then revived in February 1999 (with YTV rival Family Channel taking over the Canadian broadcast rights to that run, in addition to producing it with Nickelodeon), lasting only two seasons before ending again in June 2000.

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''Are You Afraid of the Dark?'' was a children's horror show made by YTV in Canada and aired on Nickelodeon in the US. The pilot of the show was broadcast on October 31, 1990.1991. The show originally lasted for five seasons from August 1991 to April 1996. The show was then revived in February 1999 (with YTV rival Family Channel taking over the Canadian broadcast rights to that run, in addition to producing it with Nickelodeon), lasting only two seasons before ending again in June 2000.
19th Mar '16 2:27:04 PM LordGro
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* TheWeirdSisters: "The Tale of Watcher's Woods" features a trio of {{Wicked Witch}}es haunting the titular woods.
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