Nightmare Fuel: This Is It

  • All the faces silently screaming in Bad Things That Could Happen, including the wall that gets a nail through it, the mouth that loses two teeth, and the matchbox lit on fire.
    • The mouse that gets caught in a trap - and its head gets split in two. As in, half of its head falls off.
  • Don't Hug Me I'm Scared and the creativity explosion. Cake full of body parts, anyone?
  • The sequel has the scene where everyone starts rotting alive.
  • The Kickstarter videos. First, there's the entire premise of the puppets being kidnapped and held hostage, which several people have criticized for crossing a line into legitimately traumatic territory. Then, in "HELP #2", there's Yellow Thing having a bag put on his head and yelling, "No, I don't want it!" It's very unsettling, especially since Yellow Thing is crying while he's talking.
    • There's also a split-second shot of Sketchbook's face on the floor. Just their face, not the rest of them. They could be dead... or alternatively, they could be still alive, but faceless.
      • Look closely at the room. They may have been nailed to the wall.
    • "HELP #3" has the evil puppet gathering a collection of body parts (which may or may not come from our heroes) into a bag and writing 'YOU' on the bag with what's probably the puppets' blood. All while distorted cheery music plays in the background.
  • Episode 3, "Love", starts with an animated Butterfly getting crushed by Robin (It landed on their Chicken), complete with realistic Butterfly Corpse and blood (Also on their Chicken). Also, Yellow Puppet is forced to marry his 'special one' against his will. Extra points goes to the strange maggot-like creature that pops out of the egg at the end of the video, which is also smashed by Robin.
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    • Said strange maggot like creature? If you look carefully, it's a caterpillar, with the same colouring and hair as the Yellow Puppet. Consider that the last moment of the "dream sequence" was Shrignold flying with a ring towards him and, well...
    • Tony's and Notepad's cameos when the cult reveals its true face. If you notice, Tony's eyes are blank and his trim is white instead of black, while Sketchbook's eyes are googly. This seems to suggest that they were brainwashed...
    • The aftermath of the raw chicken and bloody egg picnic, Robin reminding everyone that they've finished it, and then staring intently into the camera for an uncomfortably long time. It's just
    • WARNING: Do not eat before or after this episode. The hatched caterpillar and bloody raw chicken are pure Nausea Fuel.
  • Episode 4 has the characters in the digital world. The longer they stay in there, the more grotesque their avatars become, until they just cease to exist in the real world except as terrifying holograms. The best example of this is Robin, who slowly gets more realistic textures and a human-like model that just screeches.
      • It also makes this face while screeching at Red Guy with...something dripping from his eyes and mouth. Not to mention his hands (usually mouse cursors) are now sinewy fingers of red wiring.
    • At one point, the computer brags he can tell you the time, and Robin immediately looks at the camera and says "Time?!" in a very surprised voice. It sounds like he's remembering the trauma of what happened to them in Episode 2.