History TearJerker / CourageTheCowardlyDog

27th Aug '16 2:15:55 PM LOVEBUG53
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** There's also the scene in the episode where Randy grabs Eustace and Muriel and tries to ''crush'' them with his own metallic hand, and Courage begs him not to harm him, and begins to cry while doing so. This shows the dog's deep affection for his family
27th Aug '16 2:12:40 PM LOVEBUG53
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--> The rest of the episode becomes an even bigger tearjerker as it moves along. Seeing poor Courage, defenseless and whimpering while getting brutally wounded by his enemies is just heartbreaking to watch. It's even worse when you realize Courage has managed to get out of horrible situations before. But here, he doesn't shapeshift or do anything to defend himself, and the tense/dramatic music really makes it seem like it is truly ''the end'' of Courage.

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--> ** The rest of the episode becomes an even bigger tearjerker as it moves along. Seeing poor Courage, defenseless and whimpering while getting brutally wounded by his enemies is just heartbreaking to watch. It's even worse when you realize Courage has managed to get out of horrible situations before. But here, he doesn't shapeshift or do anything to defend himself, and the tense/dramatic music really makes it seem like it is truly ''the end'' of Courage.
27th Aug '16 2:11:55 PM LOVEBUG53
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--> The rest of the episode becomes an even bigger tearjerker as it moves along. Seeing poor Courage, defenseless and whimpering while getting brutally wounded by his enemies is just heartbreaking to watch. It's even worse when you realize Courage has managed to get out of horrible situations before. But here, he doesn't shapeshift or do anything to defend himself, and the tense/dramatic music really makes it seem like it is truly ''the end'' of Courage.
-->'''Eustace''': ''Stupid Dog! This is it!!''

27th Aug '16 2:00:05 AM Spinycemb
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** Due to the episode's undertones on dealing with depression, it can also be assumed that the rat represents people who aren't sad, per se. Just unable to feel ''anything'' because something caused them to wall themselves off from their emotions. The fact that the rat's first reaction to being hit with an antidepressant cannonball is to cry says he may have been bottling something up pretty bad.
19th Aug '16 8:52:53 PM BunnyStar
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* Eustace, by all means the biggest selfish jerk ever portrayed on any Cartoon Network show. Consider that Eustace was seeing this through a mirror that was meant to show one's true self. Sure, it was broken beforehand, but it may have been showing that Eustace is, deep down inside, a sad man who lashes out at everyone due to a painful childhood.

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* Eustace, by all means the biggest selfish jerk JerkAss ever portrayed on any Cartoon Network show. Consider that Eustace was seeing this through a mirror that was meant to show one's true self. Sure, it was broken beforehand, but it may have been showing that Eustace is, deep down inside, a sad man who lashes out at everyone due to a painful childhood.
19th Aug '16 8:51:03 PM BunnyStar
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[[caption-width-right:304:MakesSenseInContext. [[ParentalAbandonment Cruel, horrible sense.]] ]]

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[[caption-width-right:304:MakesSenseInContext.[[caption-width-right:304:ItMakesSenseInContext. [[ParentalAbandonment Cruel, horrible sense.]] ]]
23rd Jul '16 12:55:10 PM waters20
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** What makes this even sadder is the fact that after all the times Courage has actually saved Eustace despite how badly the old man treated the poor dog, how does Eustace repays him? By hiring Courage's past foes (all of whom Courage had saved from Eustace) to finally ''kill'' him and not only does Eustace enjoys Courage's pain without the slightest bit of sympathy, he's also very ''eager'' of the foes about to kill the poor dog.
1st Jul '16 11:07:48 PM SarcasmKid
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** The episode opens with the Starmaker's mate sacrificing himself to save her and their babies. After being found by Muriel and Courage, Muriel asks if there are others like the Starmaker. All she can do is look towards the sky with a pained expression, and Muriel and Courage immediately get the message.

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** The episode opens with the Starmaker's mate sacrificing himself to save her and their babies. Even worse, her mate is able to ''wave goodbye while crying'' as she flees with their unborn children. After being found by Muriel and Courage, Muriel asks if there are others like the Starmaker. All she can do is look towards the sky with a pained expression, and Muriel and Courage immediately get the message.
1st Jul '16 11:02:02 PM SarcasmKid
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** The episode opens with the Starmaker's mate sacrificing himself to save her and their babies. After being found by Muriel and Courage, Muriel asks if there are others like the Starmaker. All she can do is look towards the sky with a pained expression, and Muriel and Courage immediately get the message.
29th May '16 3:18:02 PM CornettoLass
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* The Mask because it tackles the very mature subject of [[DomesticAbuse abusive relationships.]] A talking rabbit named Bunny ended up with an abusive, controlling, gangster asshole named Mad Dog and is not allowed to be with her best friend Kitty anymore. (It's also heavily implied that she and Kitty are romantically interested in each other.) This leads Kitty to believe that all dogs are evil. Now take that last sentence and replace "dogs" with "men". The ending is a CrowningMomentOfHeartwarming when [[spoiler: Mad Dog gets his just deserts and Bunny and Kitty are reunited.]]

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* The Mask because it tackles the very mature subject of [[DomesticAbuse abusive relationships.]] A talking rabbit named Bunny ended up with an abusive, controlling, gangster asshole named Mad Dog and is not allowed to be with her best friend Kitty anymore. (It's also heavily implied that she and Kitty are romantically interested in each other.involved.) This leads Kitty to believe that all dogs are evil. Now take that last sentence and replace "dogs" with "men". The ending is a CrowningMomentOfHeartwarming when [[spoiler: Mad Dog gets his just deserts and Bunny and Kitty are reunited.]]
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