History Series / TalesFromTheDarkSide

17th Jun '18 1:18:45 PM Malady
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** Linda in "Parlour Floor Front" frequently blames accidents that happen to her on her voodoo practicing tenant. [[spoiler:[[{{In-universe}} She would eventually]] [[MoralEventHorizon talk him into killing himself by guilt tripping him.]] She also steals her ring back from his coffin despite leaving it with him on purpose. [[KarmicTwistEnding However, his ghost returns and kills her for the ring.]]]]
** [[spoiler:The mannequin, Estelle,]] in "Everybody Needs a Little Love" manages to [[spoiler:pin Roberts for the death of Curtis, and post-humorously pinned ''Curtis'' for the death of [[{{In-universe}} his wife,]] [[NamesTheSame Estelle]]]].

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** Linda in "Parlour Floor Front" frequently blames accidents that happen to her on her voodoo practicing tenant. [[spoiler:[[{{In-universe}} [[spoiler:[[InUniverse She would eventually]] [[MoralEventHorizon talk him into killing himself by guilt tripping him.]] She also steals her ring back from his coffin despite leaving it with him on purpose. [[KarmicTwistEnding However, his ghost returns and kills her for the ring.]]]]
** InUniverse: [[spoiler:The mannequin, Estelle,]] in "Everybody Needs a Little Love" manages to [[spoiler:pin Roberts for the death of Curtis, and post-humorously pinned ''Curtis'' for the death of [[{{In-universe}} his wife,]] [[NamesTheSame Estelle]]]].



* NamesTheSame: [[{{In-universe}} Aside from]] [[CassandraTruth the obvious issue]], none of the cops believe Roberts' story in "Everybody Needs a Little Love" [[spoiler:because the name Curtis gave the mannequin is the same name as his real wife, Estelle]].

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* NamesTheSame: [[{{In-universe}} InUniverse. Aside from]] from [[CassandraTruth the obvious issue]], none of the cops believe Roberts' story in "Everybody Needs a Little Love" [[spoiler:because the name Curtis gave the mannequin is the same name as his real wife, Estelle]].
21st May '18 12:43:54 PM akih08
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* KillTheOnesYouLove: [[spoiler: At the end of "I Can't Help But Say Goodbye," Karen's sister decides to kill Karen after realizing that she can't stop her ability of causing death around her.]]

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* KillTheOnesYouLove: [[spoiler: At the end of "I Can't Help But Say Goodbye," Karen's sister decides to kill Karen after realizing that she can't stop her ability of causing death around her. What really makes this tragic is that viewers know Karen isn't ''causing'' the deaths, just foreseeing them.]]
21st May '18 12:41:12 PM akih08
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* KillTheCutie: If the protagonist is ever an [[IncorruptiblePurePureness innocent]] [[ShrinkingViolet naïve]] girl, don't expect her to live.

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* KillTheCutie: "Anniversary Dinner" and " The Closet" play this perfectly straight and lay down the following ground rule for future episodes: If the protagonist is ever an [[IncorruptiblePurePureness innocent]] [[ShrinkingViolet naïve]] girl, don't expect her to live.
20th May '18 5:07:25 PM akih08
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** Arguably, Janice, the mother searching for her missing husband and son qualifies; she knows the reason her ex keeps her son hidden and locked away during the full moon is due to him being [[spoiler: a werewolf who sees people as prey]] but is intent on freeing him and seeks the aid of a social worker to do so. There's also the point of Janice being [[spoiler: a werewolf]] herself.

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** Arguably, Janice, the mother searching for her missing husband and son in "Family Reunion" qualifies; she knows the reason her ex keeps her son hidden and locked away during the full moon is due to him being [[spoiler: a werewolf who sees people as prey]] but is intent on freeing him and and seeks the aid of a social worker to do so. so. There's also the point of Janice being [[spoiler: a werewolf]] herself.
20th May '18 5:05:54 PM akih08
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** "Ursa Minor" has a little girl whose teddy bear comes to life and starts wreaking havoc; her parents are understandably concerned when she blames the damage on the bear and even more so when she starts showing up with injuries and blames those on the bear as well. The mother eventually stabs the teddy bear to death, only to learn that [[spoiler: the fully-grown bearskin rug in the attic has also come life. The episode ends with mother and daughter terrified and huddling in the daughter's bedroom while the [[MamaBear "mama bear"]] breaks in to exact its revenge.]]

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** "Ursa Minor" has a little girl whose teddy bear comes to life and starts wreaking havoc; her parents parents, particularly the mother, are understandably concerned when she blames the damage on the bear and even more so when she starts showing up with injuries and blames those on the bear as well. bear. The mother eventually stabs the teddy bear realizes that something about "Teddy" is off and ends up stabbing it to death, only to learn that [[spoiler: the fully-grown bearskin rug in the attic has also come life. The episode ends with mother and daughter terrified and huddling in the daughter's bedroom while the [[MamaBear "mama bear"]] breaks in to exact its revenge.]]



** Arguably, Janice, the mother searching for her missing husband and son qualifies; she knows the reason her ex keeps her son hidden and locked away during the full moon is due to him being [[spoiler: a werewolf who sees people as prey]] but is intent on freeing him and seeks the aid of a social worker to do so. There's also the point of Janice being [[spoiler: a werewolf]] herself.

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** Arguably, Janice, the mother searching for her missing husband and son qualifies; she knows the reason her ex keeps her son hidden and and locked away during the full moon is due to him being [[spoiler: a werewolf who sees people as prey]] but is intent on freeing him and and seeks the aid of a social worker to do so. so. There's also the point of Janice being [[spoiler: a werewolf]] herself.
20th May '18 5:03:19 PM akih08
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** Arguably, Janice, the mother searching for her missing husband and son qualifies; she knows the reason her ex keeps her son hidden and locked away during the full moon is due to him being [[spoiler: a werewolf who sees people as prey]] but is intent on freeing him and seeks the aid of a social worker to do so. There's also the point of Janice being [[spoiler: a werewolf]] herself.
20th May '18 4:55:52 PM akih08
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* JerkassHasAPoint: The father/ex-husband in "family Reunion" who keeps his son under lock and key during the full moon, since the son [[spoiler: is a werewolf and is implied to have killed at least one person.]] Furthermore, the son implies that he is fully aware of his actions and ''enjoys'' it.

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* JerkassHasAPoint: The father/ex-husband in "family "Family Reunion" who keeps his son under lock and key during the full moon, since the son [[spoiler: is a werewolf and is implied to have killed at least one person.]] ]] Furthermore, the son implies that he is fully aware of his actions and ''enjoys'' it.
20th May '18 4:53:35 PM akih08
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* JerkassHasAPoint: The father/ex-husband in "family Reunion" who keeps his son under lock and key during the full moon, since the son [[spoiler: is a werewolf and is implied to have killed at least one person.]] Furthermore, the son implies that he is fully aware of his actions and ''enjoys'' it.
20th May '18 4:47:04 PM akih08
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** In "Family Reunion", Janice's ex-husband and father of her son learns the hard way what happens when you come between [[spoiler: a mother werewolf and her cub]].
20th May '18 2:55:49 PM akih08
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** "Ursa Minor" has a little girl whose teddy bear comes to life and starts wreaking havoc; her parents are understandably concerned when she blames the damage on the bear and even more so when she starts showing up with injuries and blames those on the bear as well. The mother eventually stabs the teddy bear to death, only to learn that [[spoiler: the fully-grown stuffed bear in the attic has also come life. The episode ends with mother and daughter terrified and huddling in the daughter's bedroom while the [[MamaBear "mama bear"]] breaks in to exact its revenge.]]

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** "Ursa Minor" has a little girl whose teddy bear comes to life and starts wreaking havoc; her parents are understandably concerned when she blames the damage on the bear and even more so when she starts showing up with injuries and blames those on the bear as well. The The mother eventually stabs the teddy bear to death, only to learn that [[spoiler: the fully-grown stuffed bear bearskin rug in the attic has also come life. life. The episode ends with mother and daughter terrified and huddling in the daughter's bedroom while the [[MamaBear "mama bear"]] breaks in to exact its revenge.]]
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