History YMMV / Doug

16th Apr '18 5:45:22 PM dsneybuf
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* HarsherInHindsight: "Doug Gets Busted" is this, since it consists of Doug thinking he destroyed the science lab with his volcano project. This episode probably wouldn't be made today with bomb threats and school shootings becoming more rampant.

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"Doug Gets Busted" is this, since it consists of Doug thinking he destroyed the science lab with his volcano project. This episode probably wouldn't be made today with bomb threats and school shootings becoming more rampant.



** In "Doug's Marriage Madness", Doug's fear of change only worsens when he sees that "Tux R Us" used to be a toy store before it closed. Toys "R" Us would eventually close all its' stores in 2018.

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** In "Doug's Marriage Madness", Doug's fear of change only worsens when he sees that "Tux R Us" used to be a local toy store before it closed. became a clothing store, Tux "R" Us. Real-life Toys "R" Us store closures would eventually close gradually become more common, with all its' stores the remaining ones finally shutting down in 2018.
7th Apr '18 8:11:58 PM CutieTabootie
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** In "Doug's Marriage Madness", Doug's fear of change only worsens when he sees that "Tux R Us" used to be a toy store before it closed. Toys "R" Us would eventually close all its' stores in 2018.
1st Apr '18 3:15:30 PM Psi001
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** "Doug's In The Money" points out that doing the right thing won't always be paved with lavish rewards, and ultimately it should come down to you wanting to make the honest decision.

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** "Doug's In The Money" points out that doing the right thing won't always be paved with lavish rewards, rewards and praise, and ultimately it should come down to you wanting to make the honest decision.
1st Apr '18 3:14:38 PM Psi001
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** "Doug's In The Money" points out that doing the right thing won't always be paved with lavish rewards, and ultimately it should come down to you wanting to make the honest decision.
17th Mar '18 7:38:08 AM Erin582
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** AAEEOOO KILLER TOFU

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** AAEEOOO KILLER TOFUTOFU!!



* NightmareFuel:
** The camping episode featured a [[DerangedAnimation creepy, surreal imaginary sequence]] of monsters lurking in the woods.
** The "YOU BROKE MY GRILL?" scene, in which Mr Dink transforms into a monster.
** An in-universe example. The episode with the movie ''The Abnormal''. Of course it turned out to be NightmareRetardant at the end. However, some viewers may have found the episode troubling as well due to the atmosphere surrounding the movie and Doug's dreams of it.
** The Halloween episode of the Nick series.
** Doug's fantasy as a possibly-homeless sock peddler in "Doug's Lucky Hat" could be this to those viewers who were [[PeripheryDemographic mature enough to understand it.]]
** The [[VerySpecialEpisode eating-disorder episode]], particularly after Patti [[CompressedVice (for some damn reason)]] goes off the deep end.
** The opening fantasy sequence of "Doug Saves Roger" where Roger evades [[NothingIsScarier a terrifying presence coming closer and closer]], before begging and sobbing desperately at a conflicted Doug to save him.
** The episode in which Doug wishes "everyone to be just like him", only for him to have a nightmare where everyone he knows and loves morphs into a clone of himself. By the end, Doug is on the verge of being swarmed by them before snapping out of his fantasy.

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* NightmareFuel:
** The camping episode featured a [[DerangedAnimation creepy, surreal imaginary sequence]] of monsters lurking in the woods.
** The "YOU BROKE MY GRILL?" scene, in which Mr Dink transforms into a monster.
** An in-universe example. The episode with the movie ''The Abnormal''. Of course it turned out to be NightmareRetardant at the end. However, some viewers may have found the episode troubling as well due to the atmosphere surrounding the movie and Doug's dreams of it.
** The Halloween episode of the Nick series.
** Doug's fantasy as a possibly-homeless sock peddler in "Doug's Lucky Hat" could be this to those viewers who were [[PeripheryDemographic mature enough to understand it.]]
** The [[VerySpecialEpisode eating-disorder episode]], particularly after Patti [[CompressedVice (for some damn reason)]] goes off the deep end.
** The opening fantasy sequence of "Doug Saves Roger" where Roger evades [[NothingIsScarier a terrifying presence coming closer and closer]], before begging and sobbing desperately at a conflicted Doug to save him.
** The episode in which Doug wishes "everyone to be just like him", only for him to have a nightmare where everyone he knows and loves morphs into a clone of himself. By the end, Doug is on the verge of being swarmed by them before snapping out of his fantasy.
NightmareFuel: [[NightmareFuel/{{Doug}} See here.]]
30th Jan '18 1:32:07 PM smasll_lordvoice
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*** Alternatively, "PRESS DOUG TO DOUG"



*** Alternatively, "PRESS DOUG TO DOUG"
30th Jan '18 1:31:28 PM smasll_lordvoice
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** This, [[http://i0.kym-cdn.com/photos/images/original/001/337/261/c83.jpg text post]] talking about how Disney, er, "ruined" the show...
25th Jan '18 9:47:54 PM BNSF1995
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** WordOfGod stating that Doug and Patti never got together is also [[Main/DieForOurShip frequently ignored]].
13th Jan '18 1:07:49 AM TheTrailblazerCritic
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** The episode in which Doug wishes "everyone to be just like him", only for him to have a nightmare where everyone he knows and loves morphs into a clone of himself. By the end, Doug is on the verge of being swarmed by them before snapping out of his fantasy.
6th Dec '17 7:39:37 PM CJCroen1393
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** Not helped at all by what immediately follows. At first, we're led to assume that she'll change her mind and realize she's misjudged Doug. But nope, she's ''still'' convinced he's a rotten little troublemaker...she just thinks he's a rotten little troublemaker with a HiddenHeartOfGold. Despite ultimately warming up to him, the fact that she still thinks Doug's bad and Roger's good ends up cementing her as an irredeemably HorribleJudgeOfCharacter to the point that even Doug decides that there's no possible way to get her to see reason. The only consolation is that [[LaserGuidedKarma Roger gets some karmic retribution in the end]].
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