History Series / AreYouAfraidOfTheDark

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* BreakingTheFourthWall: Gary closes out both "The Tale of the Pinball Wizard" ''and'' Season 1 by ''directly addressing the camera''.
-->'''Gary''': (pulls out the red bucket; looks at the camera) 'Til next time. (puts out the fire)
25th May '16 10:31:16 AM Az_Tech341
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** The protagonist in "The Tale of Radio Station 109.1" is a deranged kid obsessed with the concept of death. Fortunately, after the events of the episode, he vows to put value on life and engage in more normal hobbies his kid's age.

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** The protagonist [[TheProtagonist Roy]] in "The Tale of Radio Station 109.1" is a deranged kid obsessed with the concept of death. Fortunately, after the events of the episode, he vows to put value on life and engage in more normal hobbies his kid's age.
25th May '16 12:14:54 AM MelancholyUtopia
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** Roy in "The Tale of Radio Station 109.1" is a deranged kid obsessed with the concept of death. Fortunately, after the events of the episode, he vows to put value on life and engage in more normal hobbies his kid's age.

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** Roy The protagonist in "The Tale of Radio Station 109.1" is a deranged kid obsessed with the concept of death. Fortunately, after the events of the episode, he vows to put value on life and engage in more normal hobbies his kid's age.
24th May '16 2:33:00 PM MelancholyUtopia
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* DisabilitySuperpower: An odd variation that doubles as a ChekhovsSkill. In "The Tale of the Ghastly Grinner," Hooper, the nerdy girl who befriends Ethan, explains early on that she "doesn't have much of a sense of humor." Later, when the Grinner captures her and tries to use his powers to turn her into a mindless, giggling idiot, he is shocked to discover that his ability doesn't work on her, and she [[IronicEcho repeats her statement about not having a sense of humor]].

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An odd variation that doubles as a ChekhovsSkill. In "The Tale of the Ghastly Grinner," Hooper, the nerdy girl who befriends Ethan, explains early on that she "doesn't have much of a sense of humor." Later, when the Grinner captures her and tries to use his powers to turn her into a mindless, giggling idiot, he is shocked to discover that his ability doesn't work on her, and she [[IronicEcho repeats her statement about not having a sense of humor]].humor]].
** In "The Tale of the Closet Keepers", aliens are using weapons which elicit a high-pitched, unbearable sound against their victims. However, since the protagonist, Stacy, is deaf, it doesn't affect her.
24th May '16 2:24:39 PM MelancholyUtopia
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* HateSink: Sam in "The Tale of ghe Crimson Clown". He's selfish, spoiled, obnoxious, a thief and an utter pain to his more benevolent brother. You ''won't'' feel sorry for him when the Crimson Clown goes after him to teach him a lesson.

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* HateSink: Sam in "The Tale of ghe the Crimson Clown". He's selfish, spoiled, obnoxious, a thief and an utter pain to his more benevolent brother. You ''won't'' feel sorry for him when the Crimson Clown goes after him to teach him a lesson.
24th May '16 2:23:27 PM MelancholyUtopia
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* HateSink: Sam in "The Tale of ghe Crimson Clown". He's selfish, spoiled, obnoxious, a thief and an utter pain to his more benevolent brother. You ''won't'' feel sorry for him when the Crimson Clown goes after him to teach him a lesson.
24th May '16 2:09:57 PM MelancholyUtopia
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* CreepyChild: Several, but the Waif Kid from "The Tale of the Silver Sight" is particularly memorable.

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Several, but the Waif Kid from "The Tale of the Silver Sight" is particularly memorable.memorable.
** Roy in "The Tale of Radio Station 109.1" is a deranged kid obsessed with the concept of death. Fortunately, after the events of the episode, he vows to put value on life and engage in more normal hobbies his kid's age.
** "The Tale of the Nightly Neighbors" has a [[spoiler: vampire child.]]
24th May '16 2:04:43 PM MelancholyUtopia
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** [[spoiler: Johnny]] in "The Tale of the Dream Girl". [[spoiler: Uniquely, he didn't know ''himself'' that he was a ghost until the very end, with his siter having to spell it out to him.]]

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** [[spoiler: Johnny]] in "The Tale of the Dream Girl". [[spoiler: Uniquely, he didn't know ''himself'' that he was a ghost until the very end, with his siter living sister having to spell it out to him.]]
24th May '16 2:03:57 PM MelancholyUtopia
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** Another is "The Tale of the Prom Queen".

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** Another is [[spoiler: Didi]] in "The Tale of the Prom Queen".Queen".
** [[spoiler: Johnny]] in "The Tale of the Dream Girl". [[spoiler: Uniquely, he didn't know ''himself'' that he was a ghost until the very end, with his siter having to spell it out to him.]]
24th May '16 2:01:11 PM MelancholyUtopia
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* TeamRocketWins:
** [[spoiler: The imposter in "The Chameleons" manages to trick Janice's best friend into turning her into a chameleon and drowning her, allowing her to take over her life. This was obviously made so guest star Mowry would win.]]
** [[spoiler: In "The Tale of the Pinball Wizard" the BigBad manages to seal the protagonist inside the pinball machine forever, and [[KarmaHoudini gets away with it.]]]]
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