History YMMV / BigWolfOnCampus

23rd Feb '16 7:26:38 AM AspieCrow
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*** Said brainwashing sequence includes a ''ton'' of footage from werewolf movies that [[GettingCrapPastTheRadar really shouldn't have made it past the censors]], including a ''decapitation''!
22nd Apr '15 7:59:10 PM ZeldaQueen64
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-->''Guy he tried to bite'': "Next time you get that special feeling for a fella, you want to make sure he feels the same way for you. You don't have to explain it to me, Tommy, but maybe this is something you should discuss with your clergyman or the school counselor.

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-->''Guy -->'''Guy he tried to bite'': bite''': "Next time you get that special feeling for a fella, you want to make sure he feels the same way for you. You don't have to explain it to me, Tommy, but maybe this is something you should discuss with your clergyman or the school counselor.


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** There's also the episode where the Evil Werewolf Syndicate brainwashes Tommy. Nothing quite like seeing a normally friendly guy tied to a chair and put through a Clockwork Orange-esque brainwashing sequence and then sent back to bite people against his will, all so the organization can have more werewolves.
24th Sep '14 11:54:33 AM backpack
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*AlternateCharacterInterpretation: Whenever Tommy and Merton's friendship is questioned on the show, it's always on the basis that Merton is taking advantage of Tommy. In at least one episode, however, Tommy is cured of his lycanthropy for a time, and immediately starts ignoring Merton. It's easy to argue that their entire friendship is built on convenience.
29th Apr '14 2:45:06 PM heyitsme18
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* FoeYay: The episode Invisible Fiend can be quite easily read as the story of Merton's jealous ex-boyfriend. He's constantly around Merton, touching him, talking to him, and refusing to leave him alone, no matter how many times he gets told to. And that's not getting into the ''very'' breakup-like dialogue they have together in the final battle.
22nd Sep '12 6:34:07 PM TheMysteriousH
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* FridgeBrilliance: The double meaning in the theme song when it asks if "it's just a phase I'm going through". There's the whole puberty metaphor ''and'' a reference to phases of the moon (which traditionally affect werewolves).
3rd Sep '12 8:34:01 PM dsneybuf
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* FunnyAneurysmMoment: One episode parodies the film ''Film/{{Ghost}}'' and has [[spoiler:ghost]] Merton telling Lori to "Feel the Swayze". It's not as funny anymore due to the Patrick Swayze's recent death.

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* FunnyAneurysmMoment: One episode parodies the film ''Film/{{Ghost}}'' and has [[spoiler:ghost]] Merton telling Lori to "Feel the Swayze". It's not as funny anymore due to the after Patrick Swayze's recent death.
19th Aug '12 10:27:11 PM Doryna
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* HighOctaneNightmareFuel: The Spider-People...without their sunglasses. Creepy as all hell.


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* NightmareFuel: The Spider-People...without their sunglasses. Creepy as all hell.
14th Aug '12 3:26:34 PM jewelia13
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*** HilariousInHindsight when you realize that Rachelle Lefevre later made it big in {{Twilight}} and was featured in ''Omerta'' (a film based on a wildly popular old Quebec TV shows, and also starring Rene Angelil - the husband of CelineDion)!
7th Aug '12 9:59:03 AM FELH2
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* TheScrappy: Most fans just did not like Stacey it seems. She has been known to be described on YouTube comments as "A ball of whores".

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* TheScrappy: Most fans just did not like Stacey it seems. She has been known to be described on YouTube Website/YouTube comments as "A ball of whores".
22nd Apr '12 11:01:54 PM Goldstone
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* HollywoodPudgy: In "The Wolf Is Out There", Tommy's appetite begins getting out of control and he starts to gain weight, although he simply developed a noticeably belly and didn't balloon out of size. He loses it by the end of the episode by use of dieting and a TimeSkip. Those who watched the episode often complained that they didn't understand why people had been treating Tommy differently in the episode, considering he's a football player and they tend to bulk up.
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