History WebAnimation / HalfFull

22nd Oct '15 11:29:43 AM Discar
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Typical stories involve exploring the themes abnormal love [[spoiler:(Susan’s sister marries the Grim Reaper in Episode 2)]], musical numbers about Ninja love, pheromone harvesting and other wacky shenanigans resulting in [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pmwiki.php/Main/HilarityEnsues ensuring hilarity]].

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Typical stories involve exploring the themes abnormal love [[spoiler:(Susan’s sister marries the Grim Reaper in Episode 2)]], love, musical numbers about Ninja love, pheromone harvesting and other wacky shenanigans resulting in [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pmwiki.php/Main/HilarityEnsues ensuring hilarity]].
18th Oct '15 11:31:17 AM tdk1987
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* TalkingToHimself: The show creator and cast do this quite a lot, for example Matti Ryan playing Billy, Billy's father and mother in multiple scenes.
23rd Jun '13 11:59:05 AM nombretomado
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* ShoutOut: Pictures of spoons in the background referencing {{The Room}}

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* ShoutOut: Pictures of spoons in the background referencing {{The Room}}''Film/{{The Room}}''.
24th Apr '12 5:17:09 AM tdk1987
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Half Full is a British surreal comedy web toon which follows the exploits of three characters: Billy, John and Susan. The show has a fairly eccentric release schedule (Though usually 2 part episodes are released about a month apart)

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Half Full ''Half Full'' is a British surreal comedy web toon which follows the exploits of three characters: Billy, John and Susan. The show has a fairly eccentric release schedule (Though usually 2 part episodes are released about a month apart)
18th Apr '12 11:34:13 AM movie007
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Half Full is a British surreal comedy web toon which follows the exploits of three characters: Billy, John and Susan. The show has a fairly eccentric release schedule (Though usually 2 part episodes are released about a month apart)

Typical stories involve exploring the themes abnormal love [[spoiler:(Susan’s sister marries the Grim Reaper in Episode 2)]], musical numbers about Ninja love, pheromone harvesting and other wacky shenanigans resulting in [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pmwiki.php/Main/HilarityEnsues ensuring hilarity]].

[[http://www.youtube.com/user/SingingmuteStuff The series can be found on Youtube]], {{Newgrounds}} [[http://www.singingmutestuff.com and on the main website.]]
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* ArtEvolution: Though a lot of the 2 parters tend to share the same art style, as the series is progressing the art is starting to develop.
* BitchInSheepsClothing: Susan has her moments
* BrickJoke: The two gentlemen driving off a cliff at the start of Episode 3,[[spoiler: end up crash landing and killing the antagonist at the end of Episode 4 (Saving the day)]]
* CaptainObvious: John
* ChessWithDeath: Billy vs. Death in the first episode
* DeathIsCheap: Susan is killed in the first episode only to be brought back a few minutes later.
* DidWeJustHaveTeaWithCthulhu: The first two episodes with the Grim Reaper
* FallingInLoveMontage: Parodied in Episode 4
* FridgeHorror: How exactly does one sleep with the Grim Reaper?
* IncrediblyLamePun: A couple of the episode titles – “Excuse me, I’m trifle death”, “A Death in the famly”
* LargeHam: Billy, though the other character’s aren’t immune.
* NakedPeopleAreFunny: A mysterious naked man appears in the background of every episode
* NinjaPirateZombieRobot: The Ninja Vs. Pirate scene in Episode 4, quickly lampshaded by John
* MadScientist: Billy and his father.
* OnlySaneMan: John
* PowerTrio: Billy, John and Susan
* RuleOfFunny: 90% of what Billy does relies on this
* ShoutOut: Pictures of spoons in the background referencing {{The Room}}
* SitcomArchNemesis: “Obviously this is the work of our arch nemesis… Molly Hardy!!!”
* StraightManandWiseGuy: Billy and John
* TheSmurfettePrinciple: Susan
* TricksterArchetype: Billy
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