History WesternAnimation / TalesFromTheCryptKeeper

7th Dec '17 5:00:44 AM CaptainTedium
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* ImprobableInfantSurvival: Played straight in most episodes, but [[spoiler: averted in "The Weeping Woman", where the titular ghost is the spirit of a deceased child]].



* ImprobableInfantSurvival: Played straight in most episodes, but [[spoiler: averted in "The Weeping Woman", where the titular ghost is the spirit of a deceased child]].
7th Dec '17 5:00:11 AM CaptainTedium
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* InfantImmortality: Played straight in most episodes, but [[spoiler: averted in "The Weeping Woman"]].

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* InfantImmortality: ImprobableInfantSurvival: Played straight in most episodes, but [[spoiler: averted in "The Weeping Woman"]].Woman", where the titular ghost is the spirit of a deceased child]].
24th Sep '17 3:51:01 PM philipnova798
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** Can also be seen as early as Season 2 with its switch to digital ink & paint.
24th Sep '17 3:45:31 PM philipnova798
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* OffModel: Surpisingly often during the first two seasons. Largely with either flickering colors in areas or, as can be seen during "This Wraps it Up" and "Game Over", parts of characters being cut off just before the edge of the frame.
4th Sep '17 8:02:23 AM Peteman
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* InfantImmortality: Played straight in most episodes, but [[spoiler: averted ''[[TearJerker hard]]'' in "The Weeping Woman"]].

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* InfantImmortality: Played straight in most episodes, but [[spoiler: averted ''[[TearJerker hard]]'' in "The Weeping Woman"]].
28th Aug '17 7:33:19 PM SpideyTerry
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* GenreSavvy: The bully's pals in "Hyde and Go Shriek" suspect Wendell planned for exactly how things worked out, but they really don't want to push it.


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* TheLoad: Chuck spends his two appearances constantly relying on Melvin for help, getting him into danger, making things worse for him, and abandoning him to save himself.
-->'''Melvin:''' I think I hate you, Chuck.


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* MeaningfulName: Rose from "Growing Pains" is an alien plant.


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* ProperlyParanoid: The bully's pals in "Hyde and Go Shriek" suspect Wendell planned for exactly how things worked out, but they really don't want to push it.


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* RealityEnsues: After the events of "Fare Tonight" (where she nearly got killed by a vampire), Mildred spends "The Weeping Woman" saying she's given up chasing supernatural beings and is focusing on a much safer hobby: collecting teddy bears.


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* ToxicFriendInfluence: Ben is this to Mike. Ben is genuinely friendly and well-meaning, but he has a habit of talking his pal into questionable actions that have gotten them mixed up with undead pirates and vampires.
28th Jul '17 11:06:56 AM philipnova798
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** Season two had a slight one by dropping one of the studios[[note]] Funbag; both Creator/WangFilmProductions and Creator/BardelEntertainment were kept[[/note]].

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** Season two had a slight one by dropping one of the studios[[note]] Funbag; both studios[[note]]Creator/FunbagAnimation; Creator/WangFilmProductions and Creator/BardelEntertainment were kept[[/note]].
24th Jul '17 2:20:13 AM PaulA
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** An episode of the third season had a boy accuse monsters instead of a dog. Being an AnimatedAdaptation of TalesFromTheCrypt, that episode actually had monsters who ate homework. When two showed up at the boy's home, the boy said another monster showed up before and ate it. The monsters then took the boy to their home dimension to find the monster the boy described. When the boy eventually confessed he didn't do the homework, the monsters took the boy home and forced him to do his homework, present it to school, and ask the teacher to make two copies for the monsters to eat.

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** An episode of the third season had a boy accuse monsters instead of a dog. Being an AnimatedAdaptation of TalesFromTheCrypt, ''Series/TalesFromTheCrypt'', that episode actually had monsters who ate homework. When two showed up at the boy's home, the boy said another monster showed up before and ate it. The monsters then took the boy to their home dimension to find the monster the boy described. When the boy eventually confessed he didn't do the homework, the monsters took the boy home and forced him to do his homework, present it to school, and ask the teacher to make two copies for the monsters to eat.
18th Jun '17 5:08:38 PM H8FearADRLuv
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* SarcasmBlind: Deconstructed with Mr. Klump in "All the gory Details", to the point where he just can't take a hint at how [[TheScrappy annoying]] he is.
---> '''Mr.Klump:''' If I knew you were going to drop [the luggage], I wouldn't have let you carry it!
---> '''Sally:''' [[SarcasmMode I guess that's what happens when you let a skirt do a man's job.]]
---> '''Mr.Klump:''' You can say that again.
26th Aug '16 6:14:15 PM GoblinCipher
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An animated spin-off of ''Series/TalesFromTheCrypt'' that ran for three seasons. The first two were on Creator/{{ABC}} from 1993 to 1994, the last on Creator/{{CBS}} from 1999 to 2000. Unlike its live-action counterpart, ''Cryptkeeper'' usually had kids as the heroes in its stories; therefore, most of the stories had to lack blood and gore, with a horror factor that was more akin to ''Literature/{{Goosebumps}}'' and usually having an aesop. During the second season, the show brought in Cryptkeeper's co-{{Horror Host}}s from the comics, the Old Witch and the Vault Keeper, who would usually try to steal the spotlight away from the Cryptkeeper.

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An animated spin-off of ''Series/TalesFromTheCrypt'' that ran for three seasons. The first two were on Creator/{{ABC}} from 1993 to 1994, the last on Creator/{{CBS}} from 1999 to 2000. Unlike its live-action counterpart, ''Cryptkeeper'' usually had kids as the heroes in its stories; therefore, most of the stories had to lack blood and gore, with a horror factor that was more akin to ''Literature/{{Goosebumps}}'' and usually having an aesop.AnAesop. During the second season, the show brought in Cryptkeeper's co-{{Horror Host}}s from the comics, the Old Witch and the Vault Keeper, who would usually try to steal the spotlight away from the Cryptkeeper.
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