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* Awesome/BobsBurgers[[note]]Season 9[[/note]]


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* The Beast slowly getting over his Forte-indulged {{wangst}} and, little by little, getting fed up with Forte's lies. It comes to a head when he attempts to bring the entire castle down on itself; the Beast just storms up to him and bellows "FORTE! ENOUGH!" He pissed off the Beast. [[YouWouldntLikeMeWhenImAngry You do not piss off the Beast.]]

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* The Beast slowly getting over his Forte-indulged {{wangst}} and, little by little, getting fed up with Forte's lies. {{Half Truth}}s. It comes to a head when he attempts to bring the entire castle down on itself; the Beast just storms up to him and bellows "FORTE! ENOUGH!" He Forte pissed off the Beast. [[YouWouldntLikeMeWhenImAngry You do not piss off the Beast.]]


* Say what you will about Belle in these midquels, but "Stories" is an absolutely beautiful first song to start out on. The minimalist storybook visuals, coupled with Paige O'Hara's singing voice and lyrics that ''really'' aren't that bad, really make for something that could have been heard in an ''official'' animated movie. Not bad for half the budget of the original film.

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* Say what you will about Belle in these midquels, but "Stories" is an absolutely beautiful first song to start out on.open with. The minimalist storybook visuals, coupled with Paige O'Hara's singing voice and lyrics that ''really'' aren't that bad, really make for something that could have been heard in an ''official'' animated movie. Not bad for half the budget of the original film.


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* The flashback to Adam's transformation into the Beast. Here, we have a fully drawn, beautifully-animated sequence of the day the castle's troubles began, and Creator/KathSoucie brings a chilling elegance to the Enchantress that was only ''hinted at'' in the original.

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** Likewise, "As Long as There's Christmas" isn't half bad either. The duet sung by Angelique near the end is no slouch, as well.


* The Beast slowly getting over his Forte-indulged {{wangst}} and, little by little, getting fed up with Forte's lies. It comes to a head when he attempts to bring the entire castle down on itself; the Beast just storms up to him and bellows "FORTE! ENOUGH!"

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* The Beast slowly getting over his Forte-indulged {{wangst}} and, little by little, getting fed up with Forte's lies. It comes to a head when he attempts to bring the entire castle down on itself; the Beast just storms up to him and bellows "FORTE! ENOUGH!"
ENOUGH!" He pissed off the Beast. [[YouWouldntLikeMeWhenImAngry You do not piss off the Beast.]]


* Say what you will about Belle in these midquels, but "Stories" is an absolutely beautiful first song to start out on. The minimalist storybook visuals, coupled with Creator/PaigeOHara's singing voice and lyrics that ''really'' aren't that bad, really make for something that could have been heard in an ''official'' animated movie. Not bad for half the budget of the original film.

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* Say what you will about Belle in these midquels, but "Stories" is an absolutely beautiful first song to start out on. The minimalist storybook visuals, coupled with Creator/PaigeOHara's Paige O'Hara's singing voice and lyrics that ''really'' aren't that bad, really make for something that could have been heard in an ''official'' animated movie. Not bad for half the budget of the original film.

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* Say what you will about Belle in these midquels, but "Stories" is an absolutely beautiful first song to start out on. The minimalist storybook visuals, coupled with Creator/PaigeOHara's singing voice and lyrics that ''really'' aren't that bad, really make for something that could have been heard in an ''official'' animated movie. Not bad for half the budget of the original film.
* How about Belle diving into icy water to save Chip from drowning? This might actually be more awesome than [[VideoGame/KingdomHeartsII that time she elbowed Xaldin]] because, again, ''she is braving ice-cold, hypothermia-causing water in the middle of a dangerous, wolf-infested forest.'' The Beast likewise saving Belle from the same water is also this, though it's mitigated by the fact that Forte forced him into a HeroicBSOD beforehand, which results in the movie's DarkestHour.
* The Beast slowly getting over his Forte-indulged {{wangst}} and, little by little, getting fed up with Forte's lies. It comes to a head when he attempts to bring the entire castle down on itself; the Beast just storms up to him and bellows "FORTE! ENOUGH!"

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* In "Everybody Loves Mickey", Mortimer is doing an open-mic performance that consists of him heckling Mickey (this after Mickey invited him to tell jokes to get him ti quit being a spoilsport.) Once Donald [[JerkassRealization realizes that Mickey's attempts to cheer him up were sincere]], he proceeds to go up on stage and tell Mortimer to can it with the jokes, even proudly proclaiming himself as Mickey's best friend. When Mortimer asks what he'll do, cue Donald grabbing him by the nose and ''throwing him out'' of the club. Donald definitely deserved the applause. Also a HeartwarmingMoment to see Donald sticking up for his BFF.

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* In "Everybody Loves Mickey", Mortimer is doing an open-mic performance that consists of him heckling Mickey (this after Mickey invited him to tell jokes to get him ti quit being a spoilsport.) Once Donald [[JerkassRealization realizes that Mickey's attempts to cheer him up were sincere]], he proceeds to go up on stage and tell Mortimer to can it with the jokes, even proudly proclaiming himself as Mickey's best friend. When Mortimer asks what he'll do, cue Donald grabbing him by the nose and ''throwing him out'' of the club. Donald definitely deserved the applause. Also a HeartwarmingMoment SugarWiki/{{Heartwarming Moment|s}} to see Donald sticking up for his BFF.



* The ending to the WesternAnimation/{{Goofy}} short [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9BbHZFMB04o "How To Be A Gentleman"]] (clip at 8:59), where he [[spoiler: beats up the narrator with a club in response to his mocking him for leaving his pants behind]]. Also doubles as a CrowningMomentOfFunny.

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* The ending to the WesternAnimation/{{Goofy}} short [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9BbHZFMB04o "How To Be A Gentleman"]] (clip at 8:59), where he [[spoiler: beats up the narrator with a club in response to his mocking him for leaving his pants behind]]. Also doubles as a CrowningMomentOfFunny.SugarWiki/{{Funny Moment|s}}.

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* The ending to the {{Goofy}} short [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9BbHZFMB04o "How To Be A Gentleman"]] (clip at 8:59), where he [[spoiler: beats up the narrator with a club in response to his mocking him for leaving his pants behind]]. Also doubles as a CrowningMomentOfFunny.

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* The ending to the {{Goofy}} WesternAnimation/{{Goofy}} short [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9BbHZFMB04o "How To Be A Gentleman"]] (clip at 8:59), where he [[spoiler: beats up the narrator with a club in response to his mocking him for leaving his pants behind]]. Also doubles as a CrowningMomentOfFunny.

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