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* '''The Cucuys in "Alex Gives Up", good God.''' For the brave only, [[https://vignette.wikia.nocookie.net/wizardsofwaverlyplace/images/d/d8/Lisa_parents_monster_face.png/revision/latest?cb=20110628153454 here]].


* Alexís feet for hands spell is mild [[Body Horror]]. Same with Julietís wing arms.

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* Alexís feet for hands spell is mild [[Body Horror]].BodyHorror. Same with Julietís wing arms.


* Alexís hands for feet spell is mild [[Body Horror]]. Same with Julietís wing arms.

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* Alexís feet for hands for feet spell is mild [[Body Horror]]. Same with Julietís wing arms.




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* Isabella catfishing Justin. It gets worse when she turns him into a werewolf and he runs away from home.


* Then there's Mason, his werewolf counterpart and his howling at the moon while a creepy song is playing in the backround. Later, he literally ''eats Dean.''

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* Then there's Mason, his werewolf counterpart counterpart, and his howling at the moon while a creepy song is playing in the backround. Later, he literally ''eats Dean.'''' Alex starts crying, and we donít blame her.



* Mason eating Dean. Alex starts crying, and we donít blame her.


%% * When Music/{{Shakira}} [[spoiler: [[FetishRetardant becomes Uncle Kelbo]]]]. Unless you like that kind of thing.

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%% * When Music/{{Shakira}} [[spoiler: [[FetishRetardant becomes Uncle Kelbo]]]]. Unless you like that kind of thing. But apparently the real Shakira doesnít exist in this universe.


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* Abercrombie. Especially when he likes Harperís brain.
* The monster hunters going after the Van Heusens. Then they start going after Harper after she switches places with Juliet.
* Itís implied that Julietís parents killed King Arthur.
* Seeing Juliet turn into an old hag is rather unsettling.
* Mason eating Dean. Alex starts crying, and we donít blame her.
* Harperís stalker-level crush on Justin.
* Alex turning into a chocoholic after the pocket elf bites her is several levels of disturbing.
* Masonís family wanting to eat Harper and Alex.
* Manny falling apart.
* Alexís hands for feet spell is mild [[Body Horror]]. Same with Julietís wing arms.
* The wizard boy hypnotizing his parents.
* Mason accidentally going full wolf and scaring Alex.
* Alex getting stuck in the ceiling when Frankie throws her too high. Who knows how long she was up there?
* Alex drinking both halves of the love potion, causing her head to grow. If it werenít for Maxís hat, her head could have exploded.
* Justin nearly getting his powers drained at Volcano Land.
* The mummy, especially when he makes Juliet work for him.
* Mr. Laritate turning into a zombie. He just looks so... off.
* Alex using a positivity spell and acting uncharacteristically kind is kind of disturbing. Fortunately, Harper changes her back after the home team loses.
* Harper and Alex survived outer space exposure. Real people, not so much.
* Justinís talking zit sounds a bit rapey. Especially when he wants Justin to kiss his date.


** Involved Justin giving up wizardry attempting to become an angel of darkness. When he meets with the leader of darkness, Gorog, they use powers to shroud NYC [[spoiler: (and plan to get the world)]] in darkness, turning the citizens bad at their will. It also gets scary when he and Alex are fighting over the moral compass that controls good and bad, because at one point they're both floating high above the city. Doesn't that scene make it look like they could fall to their doom from there? I know they're angels, but still...
** The eerie storyline is inclined to portray some sort of incoming Apocalypse, and the way the Dark Angels look gives a demonic impression. Seriously, some viewers may not take it very well.

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** Involved Justin giving up wizardry attempting to become an angel of darkness. When he meets with the leader of darkness, Gorog, they use powers to shroud NYC [[spoiler: (and plan to get the world)]] in darkness, turning the citizens bad at their will. It also gets scary when he and Alex are fighting over the moral compass that controls good and bad, because at one point they're both floating high above the city. Doesn't that scene make it look like they could fall to their doom from there? I know they're angels, but still...\n** The eerie storyline is inclined to portray some sort of incoming Apocalypse, and the way the Dark Angels look gives a demonic impression. Seriously, some viewers may not take it very well. .



* Then there's Mason, his werewolf counterpart and his howling at the moon while a creepy song is playing in the backround. Later, he eats Dean and few realize that this actually [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cannibalism implies one of the greatest taboos in the world]]. Apart from the [[IncestSubtext incestuous implications of course.]]
* Stevie's [[spoiler:death.]] First, she get's turned to ice. No big deal, Justin and Alex will probably change her back and get rid of her powers, right? Then [[spoiler:Max accidentally ([[ObfuscatingStupidity or was it?]]) knocks her over, ''shattering her into a million pieces''.]] What's worse is how indifferent everyone acts about it, even her ''own brother''. No one even ''casually'' mentions using a spell to fix her. Needless to say, many viewers did not like this episode at all. Little wonder [[spoiler:Stevie is set to come BackFromTheDead; backlash against her death was so great.]]
** They scrapped the "Stevie comes back from the dead" storyline, but that did nothing to stop the fanfic writers.
* Justin and Juliet walk in the middle of the night through a foggy cemetery, then two vampires stick their heads out of some random graves, their faces gray and creepy, which determines Juliet to make Justin fall into a deep sleep so that he can't see them. One of the vampires even says enthusiastically, showing his fangs, "You brought us a snack", referring to Justin.

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* Then there's Mason, his werewolf counterpart and his howling at the moon while a creepy song is playing in the backround. Later, he eats Dean and few realize that this actually [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cannibalism implies one of the greatest taboos in the world]]. Apart from the [[IncestSubtext incestuous implications of course.]]
literally ''eats Dean.''
* Stevie's [[spoiler:death.]] First, she get's turned to ice. No big deal, Justin and Alex will probably change her back and get rid of her powers, right? Then [[spoiler:Max accidentally ([[ObfuscatingStupidity or was it?]]) knocks her over, ''shattering her into a million pieces''.]] What's worse is how indifferent everyone acts about it, even her ''own brother''. No one even ''casually'' mentions using a spell to fix her. Needless to say, many viewers did not like this episode at all. Little wonder [[spoiler:Stevie is set to come BackFromTheDead; backlash against her death was so great.]]
** They scrapped the "Stevie comes back from the dead" storyline, but that did nothing to stop the fanfic writers.
* Justin and Juliet walk in the middle of the night through a foggy cemetery, then two vampires stick their heads out of some random graves, their faces gray and creepy, which determines Juliet to make Justin fall into a deep sleep so that he can't see them. One of the vampires even says enthusiastically, showing his fangs, "You brought us a snack", referring to Justin.



* When Music/{{Shakira}} [[spoiler: [[FetishRetardant becomes Uncle Kelbo]]]]. Unless you like that kind of thing.
* Even though she deserved it, Giselle's transformation back into a bird could be seen as disturbing.
* The closeup of the "slasher" (his weapon is a hair dryer) from "Movies" makes him (and the episode) pretty terrifying, especially when he [[TheFourthWallWillNotProtectYou comes back at the end...]]

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%% * When Music/{{Shakira}} [[spoiler: [[FetishRetardant becomes Uncle Kelbo]]]]. Unless you like that kind of thing.
* Even though she deserved it, Giselle's transformation back into a bird could be seen as disturbing.
%% * The closeup of the "slasher" (his weapon is a hair dryer) from "Movies" makes him (and the episode) pretty terrifying, especially when he [[TheFourthWallWillNotProtectYou comes back at the end...]]


* When Music/{{Shakira}} [[spoiler: [[FetishRetardant becomes Uncle Kelbo]]]]. [[FetishFuel Unless you like that kind of thing.]]

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* When Music/{{Shakira}} [[spoiler: [[FetishRetardant becomes Uncle Kelbo]]]]. [[FetishFuel Unless you like that kind of thing.]]


* When {{Shakira}} [[spoiler: [[FetishRetardant becomes Uncle Kelbo]]]]. [[FetishFuel Unless you like that kind of thing]].

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* When {{Shakira}} Music/{{Shakira}} [[spoiler: [[FetishRetardant becomes Uncle Kelbo]]]]. [[FetishFuel Unless you like that kind of thing]].thing.]]

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* The closeup of the "slasher" (his weapon is a hair dryer) from "Movies" makes him (and the episode) pretty terrifying, especially when he [[TheFourthWallWillNotProtectYou comes back at the end...]]

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* Even though she deserved it, Giselle's transformation back into a bird could be seen as disturbing.


* When {{Shakira}} [[spoiler: [[FetishRetardant becomes Uncle Kelbo]]. [[FetishFuel Unless you like that kind of thing]].

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* When {{Shakira}} [[spoiler: [[FetishRetardant becomes Uncle Kelbo]]. Kelbo]]]]. [[FetishFuel Unless you like that kind of thing]].thing]].
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* Mantooth's [[NightmareFace face]] in "Halloween" might not be the most pleasant thing for kids to look at.

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* Mantooth's [[NightmareFace face]] in "Halloween" might not be the most pleasant thing for kids to look at.at.
* When {{Shakira}} [[spoiler: [[FetishRetardant becomes Uncle Kelbo]]. [[FetishFuel Unless you like that kind of thing]].


* The two-part special, "Wizards vs. Angels", involved Justin giving up wizardry attempting to become an angel of darkness. When he meets with the leader of darkness, Gorog, they use powers to shroud NYC [[spoiler: (and plan to get the world)]] in darkness, turning the citizens bad at their will. It also gets scary when he and Alex are fighting over the moral compass that controls good and bad, because at one point they're both floating high above the city. Doesn't that scene make it look like they could fall to their doom from there? I know they're angels, but still...

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* The two-part special, special "Wizards vs. Angels", involved Angels":
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Justin giving up wizardry attempting to become an angel of darkness. When he meets with the leader of darkness, Gorog, they use powers to shroud NYC [[spoiler: (and plan to get the world)]] in darkness, turning the citizens bad at their will. It also gets scary when he and Alex are fighting over the moral compass that controls good and bad, because at one point they're both floating high above the city. Doesn't that scene make it look like they could fall to their doom from there? I know they're angels, but still...



** The part that always creeps me out is Justin grabbing the little angel girl Tina, offering to throw her from the building in exchange for his own life. Um, a Disney protagonist just threatened to kill a little girl. Creepy.

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** The part that always creeps me out is Justin grabbing the little angel girl Tina, offering to throw her from the building in exchange for his own life. Um, a Disney protagonist just threatened to kill a little girl. Creepy.

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Shows about wizards and magic are never without their share of frightening insanity, and even as a double Emmy award winning kids show, Wizards of Waverly Place is no exception.

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* The two-part special, "Wizards vs. Angels", involved Justin giving up wizardry attempting to become an angel of darkness. When he meets with the leader of darkness, Gorog, they use powers to shroud NYC [[spoiler: (and plan to get the world)]] in darkness, turning the citizens bad at their will. It also gets scary when he and Alex are fighting over the moral compass that controls good and bad, because at one point they're both floating high above the city. Doesn't that scene make it look like they could fall to their doom from there? I know they're angels, but still...
** The eerie storyline is inclined to portray some sort of incoming Apocalypse, and the way the Dark Angels look gives a demonic impression. Seriously, some viewers may not take it very well.
** The part that always creeps me out is Justin grabbing the little angel girl Tina, offering to throw her from the building in exchange for his own life. Um, a Disney protagonist just threatened to kill a little girl. Creepy.
* Then there's Mason, his werewolf counterpart and his howling at the moon while a creepy song is playing in the backround. Later, he eats Dean and few realize that this actually [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cannibalism implies one of the greatest taboos in the world]]. Apart from the [[IncestSubtext incestuous implications of course.]]
* Stevie's [[spoiler:death.]] First, she get's turned to ice. No big deal, Justin and Alex will probably change her back and get rid of her powers, right? Then [[spoiler:Max accidentally ([[ObfuscatingStupidity or was it?]]) knocks her over, ''shattering her into a million pieces''.]] What's worse is how indifferent everyone acts about it, even her ''own brother''. No one even ''casually'' mentions using a spell to fix her. Needless to say, many viewers did not like this episode at all. Little wonder [[spoiler:Stevie is set to come BackFromTheDead; backlash against her death was so great.]]
** They scrapped the "Stevie comes back from the dead" storyline, but that did nothing to stop the fanfic writers.
* Justin and Juliet walk in the middle of the night through a foggy cemetery, then two vampires stick their heads out of some random graves, their faces gray and creepy, which determines Juliet to make Justin fall into a deep sleep so that he can't see them. One of the vampires even says enthusiastically, showing his fangs, "You brought us a snack", referring to Justin.
* Mantooth's [[NightmareFace face]] in "Halloween" might not be the most pleasant thing for kids to look at.

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