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- The whole exorcism scene definitely took a few pages from The Exorcist. When Big Jo is sent to remove Luci from Bean's room, the Enchantress casts a spell that forces Luci to possess Bean for real (by going down her throat) to try and fool Big Jo into thinking there's no demon to exorcise (very poorly).
- Bean's eyes are glowing red and she's blankly staring into space with her mouth wide open, exposing Luci's eye. But the real sickening part is when Luci contorts her body in different ways that the human body can't, starting by twisting her head around 360 degrees For the Lulz. And the fact that Bean is aware of what's happening to her (and groaning in pain) is even worse.
- But what's more frightening than Bean's demonic possession? The exorcist, Big Jo himself. This guy, who's acknowledged to be creepy even in-universe, seems a bit too zealous about hunting demons. When Jo's first few tricks fail to expel Luci, he resorts to setting Bean's bed on fire. Not because he expects to hurt Luci (he knows demons are immune to fire), but because he's crazy enough to risk burning Bean to death just to deprive Luci of a body to hide in. Luci, while pointing out how insane this is, voluntarily leaves Bean's body and surrenders himself to Jo just to save his friend's life.
- When looking for a job, Bean decides to try her hand at becoming a butcher... in a pet shop.
- When Bean is preparing for her role in carrying out the public execution of Gwen the Witch (which she repeatedly hesitates from doing), Luci tells her "If you're nervous, just look into my eye." This is followed by Bean getting a nightmarish vision, giving a glimpse into Luci's demonic nature; she sees millions of screaming, damned souls forming what looks like an evil face, emitting high-pitched laughter.
- Hansel and Gretel. Unlike the original fairy tale, THEY'RE the ones who eat people, and not the Witch. At first, their homicidal/cannibalistic behavior is played for black comedy, but it does start to get a lot creepier, especially when Bean falls into the room where they keep all their discarded body parts.
- Special mention goes to the various candies and desserts made out of human flesh. Not only are the images themselves grotesque, they're colored and detailed much more realistically than the rest of the show. It looks like something out of Don't Hug Me I'm Scared.
- Similarly, the cotton candy Bean falls into just looks... wrong. It seems to be CGI and is rendered photorealistically, giving it an Uncanny Valley effect. Oh, and it's filled with near-mummified corpses.
- Hansel and Gretel also clarify that, no, they did not go crazy after being kidnapped by the Witch (who actually adopted them). They were already crazy. And they ate their parents.
- Elfo's death. At the end of the knights' raid on the village of Elfwood, one of them fires an arrow into Elfo's back, killing him while Bean and Luci watch in horror. Unlike all the other deaths and violence in the show that were played for black comedy, Elfo's demise was treated with dead-seriousness.
- The flashback narrated by Zog, where he recounts how he and a much younger Bean saw Dagmar being turned into stone after drinking poisoned wine. Like the incident with Elfo above, there's nothing funny about it.
- Queen Dagmar proves to be one hell of a Bitch in Sheep's Clothing. Little did Zog or Bean even know, Dagmar was the one who poisoned the wine with the intention of killing her own husband, only failing because she accidentally drank the wrong glass. After being brought back from death, Dagmar continues to set her true plans in motion. She turns several people to stone with the same poison and frames Oona for it, causing Zog and Oona to turn against each other out of fear. When Zog eventually figures out what's really happening, Dagmar tries to kill him again, and then releases a massive flood of the poison to turn (almost) everyone in Dreamland into stone. After Dagmar tricks Bean into leaving the country with her, Zog is left behind in his petrified ghost-town of a city.