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23rd Sep '16 10:41:08 PM LadyNorbert
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23rd Sep '16 10:39:22 PM LadyNorbert
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* In "This Is Your Lice," the first storyline of the comic books, a hypnotist induces Lydia to lose interest in strange and freaky things, and to behave more like a typical teenager. That's bad enough, but somehow, this also causes her to forget Beetlejuice entirely. Once he realizes what's happened, he's absolutely distraught; he says he's going to "cry my eyes out," noting that "I'm nowhere without my pal Lydia, and now she'll never call my name three times again!"
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9th Sep '16 7:59:00 PM DocStone
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** The reason they're so protective of Lydia is probably because, now that they're dead, mentoring her is the closest they'll get to raising their own child.
4th Mar '16 8:27:52 AM LadyNorbert
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* Very early in the series, in "Skeletons in the Closet," Lydia explains to BJ that if her parents learn of his existence, they'll forbid her to see him again. He starts sobbing for a moment.
* In "Out of My Mind," Lydia is angry at BJ for breaking a promise, and tells him that she's not speaking to him again until he apologizes. It doesn't take long for him to fall into a depressive state, sniffling and unable to keep himself from thinking about her.

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* Very early in the series, in "Skeletons in the Closet," "Out of My Mind," Lydia explains to BJ that if her parents learn of his existence, they'll forbid her to see him again. He starts sobbing for a moment.
* In "Out of My Mind,"
moment, and clutches his heart.
** Later in the same episode,
Lydia is angry at BJ for breaking a promise, and tells him that she's not speaking to him again until he apologizes. It doesn't take long for him to fall into a depressive state, sniffling and unable to keep himself from thinking about her.
14th Jan '16 11:01:47 PM LadyNorbert
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* In "Doomie's Romance," the failed attempt at bringing Pinkie (the Mayor's car) to life causes Doomie to sob uncontrollably. It brings Lydia to tears, but when Doomie's tears brink Pinkie to life, it causes BJ to get emotional as well (though he won't admit it).

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* In "Doomie's Romance," the failed attempt at bringing Pinkie (the Mayor's car) Pinky to life causes Doomie to sob uncontrollably. It brings Lydia to tears, but when Doomie's tears brink Pinkie and even BJ is struggling to life, it causes BJ to get emotional as well (though he won't admit it).hide how much it's affecting him.
10th Jan '16 9:42:37 PM LadyNorbert
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* The mournful renditation of "The Banana Boat Song" sums up the Maitlands' quandary: "Daylight comes and I wanna go ''home''..."

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* The mournful renditation rendition of "The Banana Boat Song" sums up the Maitlands' quandary: "Daylight comes and I wanna go ''home''..."



* Before meeting the Maitlands, Lydia was unhappy with her life. When Betelgeuse attacked her, her parents, and Otho, she thought the Maitlands sent him. This supposed betrayal is what nearly drove her to suicide.

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* Before meeting the Maitlands, Lydia was unhappy with her life. When Betelgeuse attacked attacks her, her parents, and Otho, she thought thinks the Maitlands sent him. This supposed betrayal is what nearly drove drives her to suicide.



* In "Doomie's Romance," the failed attempt at bringing Pinkie (the Mayor's former car) to life causes Doomie to sob uncontrollably. It brings Lydia to tears, but when Doomie's tears brink Pinkie to life, it causes B.J. to get emotional as well (though he wouldn't admit it).
* In "Poe-Pourri," Edgar Allan Poe spends most of the episode lamenting about his lost Lenore. Late in the episode, he starts to do it again, and BJ cuts him off, sarcastically noting that he's already said that he lost her. Poe replies, "No! I lost ''your'' precious ''Lydia''!" He then resumes weeping - and Beetlejuice, looking stricken, does the same thing. [[spoiler:Fortunately, Lyds isn't lost; she shows up a few seconds later with Lenore in tow.]]

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* In "Out of My Mind," Lydia is angry at BJ for breaking a promise, and tells him that she's not speaking to him again until he apologizes. It doesn't take long for him to fall into a depressive state, sniffling and unable to keep himself from thinking about her.
* In "Doomie's Romance," the failed attempt at bringing Pinkie (the Mayor's former car) to life causes Doomie to sob uncontrollably. It brings Lydia to tears, but when Doomie's tears brink Pinkie to life, it causes B.J. BJ to get emotional as well (though he wouldn't won't admit it).
* In "Poe-Pourri," "Poe Pourri," Edgar Allan Poe spends most of the episode lamenting about his lost Lenore. Late in the episode, he starts to do it again, and BJ cuts him off, sarcastically noting that he's already said that he lost her. Poe replies, "No! I lost ''your'' precious ''Lydia''!" He then resumes weeping - and Beetlejuice, looking stricken, does the same thing. [[spoiler:Fortunately, Lyds isn't lost; she shows up a few seconds later with Lenore in tow.]]
7th Jan '16 2:12:52 PM LadyNorbert
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* Very early in the series, in "Skeletons in the Closet," Lydia explains to BJ that if her parents learn of his existence, they'll forbid her to see him again. He starts sobbing for a moment.



* In "Poe-Pourri," Edgar Allan Poe spends most of the episode lamenting about his lost Lenore. Late in the episode, he starts to do it again, and BJ cuts him off, sarcastically noting that he's already said that he lost her. Poe replies, "No! I lost ''your'' precious ''Lydia''!" He then resumes weeping - and Beetlejuice, looking stricken, does the same thing. [[spoiler:Fortunately, Lyds isn't lost - she shows up a few seconds later with Lenore in tow.]]

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* In "Poe-Pourri," Edgar Allan Poe spends most of the episode lamenting about his lost Lenore. Late in the episode, he starts to do it again, and BJ cuts him off, sarcastically noting that he's already said that he lost her. Poe replies, "No! I lost ''your'' precious ''Lydia''!" He then resumes weeping - and Beetlejuice, looking stricken, does the same thing. [[spoiler:Fortunately, Lyds isn't lost - lost; she shows up a few seconds later with Lenore in tow.]]
6th Jan '16 3:18:16 PM LadyNorbert
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* When the Maitlands realize they are dead is pretty teary.
** Especially when they were considering having a baby.

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* When the Maitlands realize they are dead is pretty teary.
** Especially when they were
tear-inducing - especially considering having a baby.that seconds earlier, they'd been talking about continuing to try to get pregnant during this vacation.


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* In "Poe-Pourri," Edgar Allan Poe spends most of the episode lamenting about his lost Lenore. Late in the episode, he starts to do it again, and BJ cuts him off, sarcastically noting that he's already said that he lost her. Poe replies, "No! I lost ''your'' precious ''Lydia''!" He then resumes weeping - and Beetlejuice, looking stricken, does the same thing. [[spoiler:Fortunately, Lyds isn't lost - she shows up a few seconds later with Lenore in tow.]]
4th Jan '16 8:07:49 PM LadyNorbert
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* The mournful renditation of "The Banana Boat Song" sums up the Maitland's quandry: "Daylight comes and I wanna go ''home''..."
* When [[spoiler:the Maitlands]] are being exorcised, it can bring a tear to the eye. It gets so bad that Lydia's father seems to realize what's happening is hurting them and pleads with Otho to stop it.

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* The mournful renditation of "The Banana Boat Song" sums up the Maitland's quandry: Maitlands' quandary: "Daylight comes and I wanna go ''home''..."
* When [[spoiler:the Maitlands]] are being exorcised, it can bring a tear to the eye. It gets so bad that even Lydia's father seems to realize that what's happening is hurting them and pleads with Otho to stop it.



** Especially when they were considering getting a baby.

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** Especially when they were considering getting having a baby.



** When Barbara's sister Jane thoughtlessly says their house should be for a couple with a family, Barbara looks really hurt - it's clear they've been trying to have a child, with no success.
* Before meeting the Maitlands, Lydia was unhappy with her life. When Betelgeuse attacked her, her parents, and Otho, she thought the Maitlands send him. This supposed betrayal is what nearly drove her to suicide.

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** When Barbara's sister relative Jane thoughtlessly says their house should be for a couple with a family, Barbara looks really hurt - it's clear they've been trying to have a child, with no success.
* Before meeting the Maitlands, Lydia was unhappy with her life. When Betelgeuse attacked her, her parents, and Otho, she thought the Maitlands send sent him. This supposed betrayal is what nearly drove her to suicide.



* In "Doomie's Romance," the failed attempt at bringing Pinkie (the Mayor's former car) to life causes Doomie to sob uncontrollably. It brings Lydia to tears, but when Doomie's tears brink Pinkie to life, it brings B.J. to get emotional as well (though he wouldn't admit it).

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* In "Doomie's Romance," the failed attempt at bringing Pinkie (the Mayor's former car) to life causes Doomie to sob uncontrollably. It brings Lydia to tears, but when Doomie's tears brink Pinkie to life, it brings causes B.J. to get emotional as well (though he wouldn't admit it).
1st Jun '15 3:38:42 PM VMacek
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** When Barbara's sister Jane thoughtlessly says their house should be for a couple with a family, Barbara looks really hurt - it's clear they've been trying to have a child, with no success.


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