History SomeAnvilsNeedToBeDropped / WesternAnimation

30th Sep '16 6:46:56 PM CelestialDraco
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** "Not All Dogs Go to Heaven" is more of a straight example of [[Anvilicious]] as it was very poorly executed through the author surrogate, comes off as rather mean-spirited because of it, and due to Brian's atheism only having been established recently. But it *does* have a few good morals:

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** "Not All Dogs Go to Heaven" is more of a straight example of [[Anvilicious]] {{Anvilicious}} as it was very poorly executed through the author surrogate, comes off as rather mean-spirited because of it, and due to Brian's atheism only having been established recently. But it *does* have a few good morals:
23rd Sep '16 11:56:17 AM Krwzprtt
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** "Alone at Sea" has a pretty obvious metaphor for abusive relationships, and how breaking free of them is important, while emphasizing the guilt that abuse victims often feel (even though the relationship shown is strangely two-sided, with both individuals being poisenous to each other. The difference being that one of them actually feels bad about it and refuses to go back.)
29th Aug '16 1:49:22 PM ladyofthelibrary
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*** In the same film, we get shown how paying it forward when others give us a second chance to be better and that often a kind hand extended to someone who's lashing out because they're hurting is a much more effective "weapon" than blasting things in the face.

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*** In the same film, we get shown how paying it forward when others give us a second chance to be better often results in a better outcome than trying to pay them back and that often a kind hand extended to someone who's lashing out because they're hurting is a much more effective "weapon" than blasting things in the face.face or throwing a punch.
29th Aug '16 1:47:15 PM ladyofthelibrary
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* Sunburst and Starlight's reunion and their subsequent CrowningMomentOfAwesome scenes drop two nice ones. From Sunburst, never let what you ''can't'' do stop you from utilizing the talents you do have to the fullest. And Starlight shows us that the best way to make up for misusing a talent is to find a positive way to use it and then use it in that manner to the fullest extent you can.

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* ** Sunburst and Starlight's reunion and their subsequent CrowningMomentOfAwesome scenes drop two nice ones. From Sunburst, never let what you ''can't'' do stop you from utilizing the talents you do have to the fullest. And Starlight shows us that the best way to make up for misusing a talent is to find a positive way to use it and then use it in that manner to the fullest extent you can.


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*** In the same film, we get shown how paying it forward when others give us a second chance to be better and that often a kind hand extended to someone who's lashing out because they're hurting is a much more effective "weapon" than blasting things in the face.
29th Aug '16 1:45:04 PM ladyofthelibrary
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* Sunburst and Starlight's reunion and their subsequent CrowningMomentOfAwesome scenes drop two nice ones. From Sunburst, never let what you ''can't'' do stop you from utilizing the talents you do have to the fullest. And Starlight shows us that the best way to make up for misusing a talent is to find a positive way to use it and then use it in that manner to the fullest extent you can.
16th Aug '16 10:35:41 PM Kartoonkid95
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** "The Cart Before the Ponies": Grown-ups don't always know best.
10th Aug '16 12:22:23 AM Anddrix
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** "Magical Mystery Cure": BaseBreaker status aside, the episode had a somewhat subtle anvil dropped regarding the switched Cutie Marks. You should never let BecauseDestinySaysSo dictate what you do with your life, especially if it's something that doesn't make you happy.

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** "Magical Mystery Cure": BaseBreaker status aside, the The episode had a somewhat subtle anvil dropped regarding the switched Cutie Marks. You should never let BecauseDestinySaysSo dictate what you do with your life, especially if it's something that doesn't make you happy.
9th Aug '16 1:24:24 PM johnnycade7
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** As poorly-received as "Not All Dogs Go to Heaven" is, it actually does have a few good morals (even if it comes off as rather mean-spirited due to Brian's atheism only having been established recently):

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** As poorly-received as "Not All Dogs Go to Heaven" is, is more of a straight example of [[Anvilicious]] as it actually does have a few good morals (even if it was very poorly executed through the author surrogate, comes off as rather mean-spirited because of it, and due to Brian's atheism only having been established recently):recently. But it *does* have a few good morals:
9th Aug '16 1:16:28 PM johnnycade7
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** The first episode with Chip Skylark shows that celebrities are real people just like you or me, and some of them might not even like being famous.

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** The first episode with Chip Skylark shows that celebrities are real people just like you or me, us tropers, and some of them might not even like being famous.
3rd Aug '16 7:20:14 AM randomtroper89
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* A sad, but true, one is presented with "Summerween": at some point, the world is going to tell you that you're too old for things like Halloween and trick-or-treating, so it's better to enjoy it while you can than spend time worrying about what older kids think of it.

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* ** A sad, but true, one is presented with "Summerween": at some point, the world is going to tell you that you're too old for things like Halloween and trick-or-treating, so it's better to enjoy it while you can than spend time worrying about what older kids think of it.
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