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Nightmare Fuel: Grojband
  • In "Myme Disease", the town of Peaceville end up killing a man who was thought to be a statue.
  • The very fact that Peaceville has a maximum security prison....for Pre Schoolers.
  • In "Kon-Fusion", Trina is disappointed that Grojband fusing with the Newmans didn't kill them.
  • In "The Bandidate", Grojband protests against the corrupt mayor Trina, and the town stands up to their 'super-cute' leader. At one point, a lady holds up a rope implying they wanted to hang her.
  • "Hologroj" : Thanks to confusion from the holograms and Mina's philosophy book, Trina slowly loses her sanity and thinks nothing is real. She turns to the fact that at least Nick Mallory can't be fake, but is once again tricked into thinking even he, too, does not exist. The last we see of her in this episode is her 'diary' sequence, and after this, we never find out what happened to Trina - or at least her grasp of reality.
    • Not even Grojband's presumed deaths net them much fame - the episode ends with Peaceville believing they're actually dead and that the real Grojband is just a cover band.
  • In "Dueling Buttons", Corey loses his cool after seeing Trina become famous because of a video game. If he didn't compose himself, he would have ended up somewhere in "Angry Diary Mode" territory.
    • Another instance is Corey's monologue in "Girl Fest".
    "Rage makes us all blind, Lanes. You just see red, and you can't make out any details. You don't want to. All you want is to make someone else pay because it feels so good! And only at the end, when it's gone, can you see what you are."

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