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* HilariousInHindsight: Say It Again remains incomplete to this day. The last scene is Lydia gaining the rhyme that is central to the Beetlejuice mythos, and it's strongly implied that, between Say It Again and Say It Thrice, The events of the cartoon could easily have happened, despite the author not wanting to implicitly use them.

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* HilariousInHindsight: Say ''Say It Again Again'' remains incomplete to this day. The last scene is Lydia gaining the rhyme that which is central to the Beetlejuice ''Beetlejuice'' mythos, and it's strongly implied that, between Say ''Say It Again Again'' and Say ''Say It Thrice, The Thrice'', the events of the cartoon could easily have happened, despite the author not wanting to implicitly use them.

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* HilariousInHindsight: Say It Again remains incomplete to this day. The last scene is Lydia gaining the rhyme that is central to the Beetlejuice mythos, and it's strongly implied that, between Say It Again and Say It Thrice, The events of the cartoon could easily have happened, despite the author not wanting to implicitly use them.

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* {{Dedication}}: ''Say It Again'' is dedicated to @/LadyNorbert, who is fond of the author and served as beta reader.

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* GeniusBonus: In these stories, Lydia's biological mother's name is Cathy. This is actually a MythologyGag referring to the original draft of the film script. As noted on the ''Film/{{Beetlejuice}}'' trivia page, Lydia was to have had a younger sister by that name who befriended the Maitlands, until Creator/TimBurton turned the two Deetz girls into one CompositeCharacter.
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