History Series / TheHeartSheHoller

26th Jul '16 9:51:03 AM jmparker78
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* NegativeContinuity: Thanks to [[spoiler: all the alternate realities]] don't expect much that happens to have a long-term effect. Even [[spoiler: within the same realities]] people can shoot themselves and be just fine by the next episode. Considering the [[AnyoneCanDie amount of death]] on this show, that's probably a good thing for the characters.
19th Jul '16 6:52:51 AM jmparker78
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* AlliterativeName: All the Heartshes: Hoss, Hambrosia, Hershe and Hurlan Heartshe. The exception is MeeMaw who [[spoiler: isn't a Heartshe]] and perhaps "Callyou", but then, Hurlan named him, and Hurlan's an idiot.
18th Jul '16 4:38:46 PM twilicorn
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* Hurshe (played by Kristen Schaal in season 1 and AmySedaris in season 2 onward), an amoral slut

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* Hurshe (played by Kristen Schaal Creator/KristenSchaal in season 1 and AmySedaris Creator/AmySedaris in season 2 onward), an amoral slut
11th Jul '16 8:02:07 AM jmparker78
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* AnyoneCanDie: It's just easier to list everyone who ''hasn't'' died yet: [[spoiler:Meemaw.]] However, some characters who died in one parallel universe can be alive in another universe.

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* AnyoneCanDie: It's just easier to list everyone who ''hasn't'' died yet: [[spoiler:Meemaw. ''Maybe''.]] However, some characters who died in one parallel universe can be alive in another universe.universe.
* AnythingThatMoves: Hurshe will do anything, including animals. She also gets turned on by nearly everything, including the prospect of Afterlife revenge on her father (right before hanging herself, she shouts "I'm coming for you, Daddy!" Then, in a more seductive voice after putting the noose around her neck, "I'm [[JizzedInMyPants comin']], Daddy) and even ''the non-existence of God''.



* ManChild: Though that doesn't even begin to describe Hurlan.

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* ManChild: Though that doesn't even begin to describe Hurlan. To lesser degrees, Doc, the Reverend, the Sheriff, etc., all qualify.



* TheTapeKnewYouWouldSayThat: Taken [[UpToEleven up to a thousand]]. Not only do Boss Hoss's video's manage to hold lengthy conversations with people, but he even responds to knowledge and events that he couldn't possibly have known about before death, but reacts to them with appropriate surprise. He also makes alternate video tapes in case his various plans are foiled, and somehow receives oral sex despite being a face on a TV screen.

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* TheTapeKnewYouWouldSayThat: Taken [[UpToEleven up to a thousand]]. Not only do Boss Hoss's video's manage to hold lengthy conversations with people, but he even responds to knowledge and events that he couldn't possibly have known about before death, but reacts to them with appropriate surprise. He seems to know when people have left the room, or if someone has entered the room while he's speaking to Hurlan, including who the person is and what they're saying. At one point he chides his daughters for leaving the room without turning off the TV, and holds up his own remote that somehow turns the TV off. He also makes alternate video tapes in case his various plans are foiled, and somehow receives oral sex despite being a face on a TV screen.
26th May '16 6:21:58 AM TheOneWhoTropes
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Think WilliamFaulkner+''Series/DarkShadows''+''Series/TwinPeaks''+Creator/TimAndEric

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Think WilliamFaulkner+''Series/DarkShadows''+''Series/TwinPeaks''+Creator/TimAndEric
Creator/WilliamFaulkner+''Series/DarkShadows''+''Series/TwinPeaks''+Creator/TimAndEric
28th Dec '15 3:34:39 PM Mikeyfan93
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From {{PFFR}}, the creators of ''Series/WonderShowzen'', ''Series/{{Delocated}}'' and ''WesternAnimation/XavierRenegadeAngel'', ''The Heart She Holler'' is a live-action {{Series}} on Creator/AdultSwim, which started as 2011 miniseries (though it only totaled 66 minutes). Described as a "SouthernGothic drama," the show chronicles the machinations of the Heartshe family after the death of their patriarch, the mayor of the town of [=HeartShe=] Holler ("holler" being a southern colloquial version of "hollow"). A second season came out in 2013, and a third the following year; this third season has an overarching plot about an approaching event called [[Recap/TheHeartSheHollerTheComening the Comening,]] which could destroy the Holler, and maybe [[TheEndOfTheWorldAsWeKnowIt the world]].

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From {{PFFR}}, PFFR, the creators of ''Series/WonderShowzen'', ''Series/{{Delocated}}'' and ''WesternAnimation/XavierRenegadeAngel'', ''The Heart She Holler'' is a live-action {{Series}} on Creator/AdultSwim, which started as 2011 miniseries (though it only totaled 66 minutes). Described as a "SouthernGothic drama," the show chronicles the machinations of the Heartshe family after the death of their patriarch, the mayor of the town of [=HeartShe=] Holler ("holler" being a southern colloquial version of "hollow"). A second season came out in 2013, and a third the following year; this third season has an overarching plot about an approaching event called [[Recap/TheHeartSheHollerTheComening the Comening,]] which could destroy the Holler, and maybe [[TheEndOfTheWorldAsWeKnowIt the world]].
5th Aug '15 6:21:37 PM TheDragonDemands
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* AnyoneCanDie: It's just easier to list everyone who ''hasn't'' died yet: [[spoiler:The Sheriff and Meemaw.]]

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* AnyoneCanDie: It's just easier to list everyone who ''hasn't'' died yet: [[spoiler:The Sheriff and Meemaw.]][[spoiler:Meemaw.]] However, some characters who died in one parallel universe can be alive in another universe.
24th Apr '15 5:18:19 AM WillBGood
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** "Congroined Hearts" reveals that there is [[RunningGag yet another one]] inside of Hambrosia's mirror, where Hambrosia has lady parts, and The Sheriff [[TheOtherDarren again looks different.]]

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** "Congroined Hearts" reveals that there is [[RunningGag yet another one]] inside of Hambrosia's mirror, where Hambrosia has lady parts, and The Sheriff [[TheOtherDarren [[TheOtherDarrin again looks different.]]
25th Jan '15 9:17:01 AM DaveyDoodlebug
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* SurrealHumor

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* SurrealHumorSurrealHumor / SurrealHorror
13th Dec '14 3:08:53 AM merqurial
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* Hershey (played by Kristen Schaal in season 1 and AmySedaris in season 2), an amoral slut

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* Hershey Hurshe (played by Kristen Schaal in season 1 and AmySedaris in season 2), 2 onward), an amoral slut



** The show moves on from the climactic events of Season 1 by having Hurlan walk through a space between worlds until he enters into an alternate universe where the finale didn't happen - and where his sister Hershey now looks like Amy Sedaris instead of Kristen Schaal.

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** The show moves on from the climactic events of Season 1 by having Hurlan walk through a space between worlds until he enters into an alternate universe where the finale didn't happen - and where his sister Hershey Hurshe now looks like Amy Sedaris instead of Kristen Schaal.



** WordOfGod from Scott Adsit seems to confirm the Multiverse effect. Adsit was recast in the role of the Sheriff, and speaking in an interview along with Amy Sedaris (who was recast as Hershey in Season 2), he said: "I also like the idea that each new season is in a different realm of reality and so in the new realm that Patton’s character (Hurlan) has wandered into, Kristen now looks like Amy." [http://splitsider.com/2014/12/getting-dark-and-weird-with-amy-sedaris-and-scott-adsit/ (link)] That is, this ''is not'' a case where the audience is supposed to pretend that Hershey always looked like Amy Sedaris. Season 1, set in Universe 1, contained a Hershey who looks like Kristen Schaal. Season 2 is set in Universe 2, where Hershey looks like Amy Sedaris. They're two separate but similar characters.
** "Congroined Hearts" reveals that there is [[RunningGag yet another one]] inside of Hambrosia's mirror, where Hambrosia has lady parts, and The Sherriff [[TheOtherDarren again looks different.]]
* AnyoneCanDie: It's just easier to list everyone who ''hasn't'' died yet: [[spoiler:The Sherriff and Meemaw.]]

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** WordOfGod from Scott Adsit seems to confirm the Multiverse effect. Adsit was recast in the role of the Sheriff, and speaking in an interview along with Amy Sedaris (who was recast as Hershey Hurshe in Season 2), he said: "I also like the idea that each new season is in a different realm of reality and so in the new realm that Patton’s character (Hurlan) has wandered into, Kristen now looks like Amy." [http://splitsider.com/2014/12/getting-dark-and-weird-with-amy-sedaris-and-scott-adsit/ (link)] That is, this ''is not'' a case where the audience is supposed to pretend that Hershey Hurshe always looked like Amy Sedaris. Season 1, set in Universe 1, contained a Hershey Hurshe who looks like Kristen Schaal. Season 2 is set in Universe 2, where Hershey Hurshe looks like Amy Sedaris. They're two separate but similar characters.
** "Congroined Hearts" reveals that there is [[RunningGag yet another one]] inside of Hambrosia's mirror, where Hambrosia has lady parts, and The Sherriff Sheriff [[TheOtherDarren again looks different.]]
* AnyoneCanDie: It's just easier to list everyone who ''hasn't'' died yet: [[spoiler:The Sherriff Sheriff and Meemaw.]]



* FantasticDrug: [[spoiler:Hambrosia slows down time by snorting the sand in Meemaw's hourglass, allowing her to [[YourHeadAsplode euthanize many of the townsfolk]] before the Comening.]]



** And the third season, after spending the entire season foreshadowing a mass apocalyptic event? [[spoiler: 11 whole minutes of the Sheriff and his alternate universe counterpart, as well as a bunch of other characters never seen before and ''their'' alternate universe counterparts, watching President Carter's state of the union address on two different TV screens, one a couple seconds later than the other. And that's the most sane way of describing it.]]

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** And the third season, after spending the entire season foreshadowing a mass apocalyptic event? [[spoiler: 11 whole minutes of the Sheriff and his alternate universe counterpart, as well as a bunch of other characters never seen before and ''their'' alternate universe counterparts, watching President Carter's state State of the union Union address on two different TV screens, one a couple seconds later than the other. And that's the most sane way of describing it.]]



* TheTapeKnewYouWouldSayThat: Taken [[UpToEleven up to a thousand]]. Not only do Boss Hoss's video's manage to hold lengthy conversations with people, but he even responds to knowledge and events that he couldn't possibly have known about before death, but reacts to them with appropriate surprise. He also makes alternate video tapes in case his various plans are foiled, and somehow receives oral sex despite being a face on a tv screen.

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* TheTapeKnewYouWouldSayThat: Taken [[UpToEleven up to a thousand]]. Not only do Boss Hoss's video's manage to hold lengthy conversations with people, but he even responds to knowledge and events that he couldn't possibly have known about before death, but reacts to them with appropriate surprise. He also makes alternate video tapes in case his various plans are foiled, and somehow receives oral sex despite being a face on a tv TV screen.


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* YourNormalIsOurTaboo: "Proper Dental Care Is Murder" uses dentistry as an allegory for abortion. [[spoiler:The punchline: our taboo is the holler's normal, too. In the episode's climax, Doc "pop[s] off a quick abortion" without batting an eye.]]
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