History Series / EerieIndiana

24th Sep '16 5:58:23 PM nombretomado
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* TakeThat: Several per episode. These include an evil businessman who calls himself "[[DonaldTrump The Donald]]".

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Several per episode. These include an evil businessman who calls himself "[[DonaldTrump "[[Creator/DonaldTrump The Donald]]".
4th Sep '16 8:09:59 PM Willbyr
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17th May '16 2:23:22 PM Silverblade2
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* WeirdnessCensor: Marshall's familly is clueless about the oddities in town. His sister once fainted after seeing a werewolf but rationalized she only saw a huge racoon as she woke up. In another episode, both his parents assist to a HumanAlien returning to his planet through a portal but [[StatuQuoIsGod they apparently have no memories of this afteward]].
29th Mar '16 4:21:59 AM Silverblade2
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* CrossOver: Charles Furnell from "No Brain, No Pain" appeared on a ''Series/TheSecretWorldOfAlexMack'' episode.
27th Mar '16 5:36:47 AM Silverblade2
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* BottleEpisode: "America's Scariest Home Video" takes place entirely at Simon's house except for a scene in a car.

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* BottleEpisode: "America's Scariest Home Video" takes place entirely at Simon's MArshall's house except for a scene in a car.


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* EveryEpisodeEnding: Marshall and Simon store an item in the secret evidence locker in Marshall's attic.


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* OpeningNarration: Marshall on his paper route exposits how Eerie is "the center of weirdness for the entire planet".
11th Mar '16 11:32:57 AM Silverblade2
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* FiveFingerFillet: Devon does this in classroom in "Heart on a Chain".
11th Mar '16 11:28:44 AM Silverblade2
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* HappilyMarried: Marshall's parents.
9th Mar '16 8:25:35 AM Silverblade2
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* BottleEpisode: "America's Scariest Home Video" takes place entirely at Simon's house except for a scene in a car.
28th Feb '16 7:35:36 AM Morgenthaler
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''Eerie Indiana'' was a superb nineteen-episode supernatural series that aired on NBC from 1991-1992 (in prime time). It ran again on FOX Saturday mornings from 1997-98 as part of their "No Yell Motel" block, which included a lot of scary kids' shows (the live-action adaptation of ''Goosebumps'', reruns of the Australian kids' show ''RoundTheTwist'', and Steven Spielberg's first animated project from DreamWorks Studios, ''{{Toonsylvania}}''). The short-lived series had a mid-season ReTool and had an unproduced episode called "The Jolly Rogers". It also spawned a second series, ''Eerie Indiana: The Other Dimension'', one year after FOX ran out of NBC episodes to show, as well as a series of spin-off novels. The series could be described as ''TwinPeaks'' meets ''Series/TheTwilightZone'' told from the POV of a snarkier 13-year old version of [[Series/TheXFiles Fox Mulder]].

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''Eerie Indiana'' was a superb nineteen-episode supernatural series that aired on NBC from 1991-1992 (in prime time). It ran again on FOX Saturday mornings from 1997-98 as part of their "No Yell Motel" block, which included a lot of scary kids' shows (the live-action adaptation of ''Goosebumps'', ''Series/{{Goosebumps}}'', reruns of the Australian kids' show ''RoundTheTwist'', ''Series/RoundTheTwist'', and Steven Spielberg's first animated project from DreamWorks Creator/DreamWorks Studios, ''{{Toonsylvania}}'').''WesternAnimation/{{Toonsylvania}}''). The short-lived series had a mid-season ReTool and had an unproduced episode called "The Jolly Rogers". It also spawned a second series, ''Eerie Indiana: The Other Dimension'', one year after FOX ran out of NBC episodes to show, as well as a series of spin-off novels. The series could be described as ''TwinPeaks'' ''Series/TwinPeaks'' meets ''Series/TheTwilightZone'' ''Franchise/TheTwilightZone'' told from the POV of a snarkier 13-year old version of [[Series/TheXFiles Fox Mulder]].



Compare ''RoundTheTwist'', an Australian show with a similar premise, only with more ghosts, gross-out humor, and which is more light-hearted.

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Compare ''RoundTheTwist'', ''Series/RoundTheTwist'', an Australian show with a similar premise, only with more ghosts, gross-out humor, and which is more light-hearted.
28th Feb '16 7:29:51 AM Morgenthaler
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* EvilLaugh: In the pilot episode, the evil neighborhood woman who has been retaining her youth forever does a rather over the top one (complete with lightning strikes) when Marshall and Simon escape from her house.
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