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2nd Feb '17 10:18:38 AM KamenRiderOokalf
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[[WMG: The town where everyone lives is a GeniusLoci very similar to SilentHill]]
Except instead of [[ColdBloodedTorture "playing with"]] troubled visitors, it does it to its own inhabitants. It's also able to warp reality like the other one, but while Silent Hill uses it's power to create a [[DarkWorld nightmare version of itself]], ''this'' town uses its power to continuously revive and [[LaserGuidedAmnesia wipe the minds of]] the citizens so they can be killed again and again; as well as cause everything that ''can'' go wrong ''to'' go wrong, which is what ends up killing everyone every time. [[ChaoticEvil Much to the amusement of the town.]]

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[[WMG: The town where everyone lives is a GeniusLoci very similar to SilentHill]]
Franchise/SilentHill]]
Except instead of [[ColdBloodedTorture "playing with"]] troubled visitors, it does it to its own inhabitants. It's also able to warp reality like the other one, but while Silent Hill uses it's its power to create a [[DarkWorld nightmare version of itself]], ''this'' town uses its power to continuously revive and [[LaserGuidedAmnesia wipe the minds of]] the citizens so they can be killed again and again; as well as cause everything that ''can'' go wrong ''to'' go wrong, which is what ends up killing everyone every time. [[ChaoticEvil Much to the amusement of the town.]]
6th Sep '16 11:14:12 PM Rorosilky5
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** Jossed: Double Whammy Part 2 and Without a Hitch are not connected in any way according to WordOfGod, as seen [[https://twitter.com/ChainKnuckle/status/667564125812187136 here]]. This means...yes, Flippy is '''not''' cured of his PTSD.
4th Sep '16 1:32:07 PM nombretomado
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** [[AnsemRetort They all have the Time Lord equivalent of Down Syndrome.]]

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** [[AnsemRetort [[Webcomic/AnsemRetort They all have the Time Lord equivalent of Down Syndrome.]]
17th Aug '16 5:30:50 AM longWriter
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* Morally, Lumpy can range from [[SomebodyElsesProblem apathetic]] to [[StopHelpingMe benevolent, but only causing more problems due to panic and low intelligence]], with occasional episodes of outright villainy (''We're Scrooged'', ''Every Litter Hurts'') or heroism (Lumpy the Teacher).

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* Morally, Lumpy can range from [[SomebodyElsesProblem apathetic]] to [[StopHelpingMe [[UnwantedAssistance benevolent, but only causing more problems due to panic and low intelligence]], with occasional episodes of outright villainy (''We're Scrooged'', ''Every Litter Hurts'') or heroism (Lumpy the Teacher).
8th Aug '16 9:54:48 AM Mineburst
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* Jossed. WordOfGod is that the creators want to honor the spirit of ''Vote or Die'' by keeping him subliminal.
29th May '16 9:58:19 PM Willbyr
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* [[GeniusDitz While still stupid]], [[MadDoctor Doctor Lumpy]] is [[ScienceRelatedMemeticDisorder capable of]] [[GoneHorriblyRight grotesque]] medical miracles worthy of [[FrankenFran Madaraki Fran]].

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* [[GeniusDitz While still stupid]], [[MadDoctor Doctor Lumpy]] is [[ScienceRelatedMemeticDisorder capable of]] [[GoneHorriblyRight grotesque]] medical miracles worthy of [[FrankenFran [[Manga/FrankenFran Madaraki Fran]].
19th May '16 12:23:47 PM Mineburst
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Lumpy is not a single character, but rather, the Lumpies are a clan of very similar looking mooses, explaining several inconsistencies:

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Lumpy is not a single character, but rather, the Lumpies are a clan of very similar looking mooses, similar-looking moose, explaining several inconsistencies:



* Lumpy has hoofed feet in "Every Litter Bit Hurts", but is shown with humanoid feet in "Wipe Out". Similarly, he also has blue eyes in "Concrete Solution" versus green eyes in "Wishy Washy".



Looking at his mismatched antlers, it is possible to assume he was either born this way or experienced some form of head trauma in his life. This might explain a scene in ''All Work and No Play'' in which Lammy gets her head cut in half with a metal bar.

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Looking at his mismatched antlers, it is possible to assume he was either born this way with or experienced some form of head trauma in his life.life that made him the way he is. This might explain a scene in ''All Work and No Play'' in which Lammy gets her head cut in half with a metal bar.
9th Apr '16 10:23:55 AM Mineburst
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'''Handy'''

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'''Handy''''''Lumpy'''



[[WMG: Handy's injury is recent.]]
... despite the series spanning over a decade. He is always wearing bandages, as if still in recovery, and has yet to have any prosthetics fitted. And, of course, he constantly forgets he's missing his arms, which you'd think he would get used to eventually. Possibly, he is cursed to suffer the same debilitating injury every time he "comes back" after the credits roll.

'''Lumpy'''
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[[WMG: Handy's injury is recent.]]
... despite the series spanning over a decade. He is always wearing bandages, as if still in recovery, and has yet to have any prosthetics fitted. And, of course, he constantly forgets he's missing his arms, which you'd think he would get used to eventually. Possibly, he is cursed to suffer the same debilitating injury every time he "comes back" after the credits roll.
9th Apr '16 10:22:01 AM Mineburst
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'''Related to two or more characters'''

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'''Related to two or more characters''''''Lumpy'''



[[WMG: There is more than one Lumpy]]
Lumpy is not a single character, but rather, the Lumpies are a clan of very similar looking mooses, explaining several inconsistencies:
* Lumpy seems to hold [[WhyDoYouKeepchangingJobs a large number of jobs]] over the series. At least some of these, however, are actually separate characters, particularly the recurring ones like Lumpy the Teacher or Doctor Lumpy.
* Lumpy's house is quite inconsistent. These are inhibited by different Lumpies.
* Morally, Lumpy can range from [[SomebodyElsesProblem apathetic]] to [[StopHelpingMe benevolent, but only causing more problems due to panic and low intelligence]], with occasional episodes of outright villainy (''We're Scrooged'', ''Every Litter Hurts'') or heroism (Lumpy the Teacher).
* On the same note, while Lumpy is usually very lazy, Lumpy the Teacher and Lumpy the Postman have demonstrated [[TheDeterminator extreme dedication]] to their job.
* [[GeniusDitz While still stupid]], [[MadDoctor Doctor Lumpy]] is [[ScienceRelatedMemeticDisorder capable of]] [[GoneHorriblyRight grotesque]] medical miracles worthy of [[FrankenFran Madaraki Fran]].
* Lumpy is, with the exception of the zombies in ''Remains To Be Seen'' and Fliqpy possessing a bike and a genie Giggles at the very end of ''As You Wish'', the only character to be portrayed as a supernatural creature - not only once, but three times (a giant in ''Dunce Upon A Time'', a genie in ''As You Wish'' and a vampire in ''All In Vein''). These three are presumbably ancestors of the contemporary mortal ([[NegativeContinuity so to speak]]) Lumpies.
** Maybe there are clones of every character in the world of HTF. That would actually explain a lot.

[[WMG: Lumpy is brain-damaged]]
Looking at his mismatched antlers, it is possible to assume he was either born this way or experienced some form of head trauma in his life. This might explain a scene in ''All Work and No Play'' in which Lammy gets her head cut in half with a metal bar.

'''Related to two or more characters'''
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The ants seem be the only insects with intelligent traits. In "Crazy Ant-ics", there is a photo of an ant soldier, confirmed to have died in the war. Yet if they were treated like other anthropomorphic characters, then Sniffles probably wouldn't try to eat them. Their sadism could be backlash against the bigger, more superior beings. In "Tongue in Cheek", they appeared to be living under poor conditions, seen churning butter and milking a spider (the insectoid {{Expy}} of cows). They live in anthills and steal picnic food because they cannot afford/are denied proper necessities that other characters enjoy.

[[WMG: There is more than one Lumpy]]
Lumpy is not a single character, but rather, the Lumpies are a clan of very similar looking mooses, explaining several inconsistencies:
* Lumpy seems to hold [[WhyDoYouKeepchangingJobs a large number of jobs]] over the series. At least some of these, however, are actually separate characters, particularly the recurring ones like Lumpy the Teacher or Doctor Lumpy.
* Lumpy's house is quite inconsistent. These are inhibited by different Lumpies.
* Morally, Lumpy can range from [[SomebodyElsesProblem apathetic]] to [[StopHelpingMe benevolent, but only causing more problems due to panic and low intelligence]], with occasional episodes of outright villainy (''We're Scrooged'', ''Every Litter Hurts'') or heroism (Lumpy the Teacher).
* On the same note, while Lumpy is usually very lazy, Lumpy the Teacher and Lumpy the Postman have demonstrated [[TheDeterminator extreme dedication]] to their job.
* [[GeniusDitz While still stupid]], [[MadDoctor Doctor Lumpy]] is [[ScienceRelatedMemeticDisorder capable of]] [[GoneHorriblyRight grotesque]] medical miracles worthy of [[FrankenFran Madaraki Fran]].
* Lumpy is, with the exception of the zombies in ''Remains To Be Seen'' and Fliqpy possessing a bike and a genie Giggles at the very end of ''As You Wish'', the only character to be portrayed as a supernatural creature - not only once, but three times (a giant in ''Dunce Upon A Time'', a genie in ''As You Wish'' and a vampire in ''All In Vein''). These three are presumbably ancestors of the contemporary mortal ([[NegativeContinuity so to speak]]) Lumpies.

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The ants seem be the only insects with intelligent traits. In "Crazy Ant-ics", there is a photo of an ant soldier, confirmed to have died in the war. Yet if they were treated like other anthropomorphic characters, then Sniffles probably wouldn't try to eat them. Their sadism could be backlash against the bigger, more superior beings. In "Tongue in Cheek", they appeared to be living under poor conditions, seen churning butter and milking a spider an aphid (the insectoid {{Expy}} of cows). They live in anthills and steal picnic food because they cannot afford/are denied proper necessities that other characters enjoy. \n\n[[WMG: There is more than one Lumpy]]\nLumpy is not a single character, but rather, the Lumpies are a clan of very similar looking mooses, explaining several inconsistencies:\n* Lumpy seems to hold [[WhyDoYouKeepchangingJobs a large number of jobs]] over the series. At least some of these, however, are actually separate characters, particularly the recurring ones like Lumpy the Teacher or Doctor Lumpy.\n* Lumpy's house is quite inconsistent. These are inhibited by different Lumpies.\n* Morally, Lumpy can range from [[SomebodyElsesProblem apathetic]] to [[StopHelpingMe benevolent, but only causing more problems due to panic and low intelligence]], with occasional episodes of outright villainy (''We're Scrooged'', ''Every Litter Hurts'') or heroism (Lumpy the Teacher).\n* On the same note, while Lumpy is usually very lazy, Lumpy the Teacher and Lumpy the Postman have demonstrated [[TheDeterminator extreme dedication]] to their job.\n* [[GeniusDitz While still stupid]], [[MadDoctor Doctor Lumpy]] is [[ScienceRelatedMemeticDisorder capable of]] [[GoneHorriblyRight grotesque]] medical miracles worthy of [[FrankenFran Madaraki Fran]].\n* Lumpy is, with the exception of the zombies in ''Remains To Be Seen'' and Fliqpy possessing a bike and a genie Giggles at the very end of ''As You Wish'', the only character to be portrayed as a supernatural creature - not only once, but three times (a giant in ''Dunce Upon A Time'', a genie in ''As You Wish'' and a vampire in ''All In Vein''). These three are presumbably ancestors of the contemporary mortal ([[NegativeContinuity so to speak]]) Lumpies.\n
10th Mar '16 4:56:52 AM Manticore_of_Science
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* [[GeniusDitz While all Lumpy is always stupid]], [[MadDoctor Doctor Lumpy]] is [[ScienceRelatedMemeticDisorder capable of]] [[GoneHorriblyRight grotesque]] medical miracles that would make [[FrankenFran Madaraki Fran]] jealous.

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* [[GeniusDitz While all Lumpy is always still stupid]], [[MadDoctor Doctor Lumpy]] is [[ScienceRelatedMemeticDisorder capable of]] [[GoneHorriblyRight grotesque]] medical miracles that would make worthy of [[FrankenFran Madaraki Fran]] jealous.Fran]].
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