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Bunnicula is an American animated television series from Warner Bros. Animation developed by Jessica Borutski, produced by Borutski herself and Maxwell Atoms, and distributed by Warner Bros. Television.

Loosely based on the children's book series by James Howe and the late Deborah Howe with some influences from the previous Ruby-Spears special (itself now owned by WB), the show is a dark comedy about a vampire rabbit who likes carrot juice instead of blood, a Siamese cat who tries to rationalize everything, and a dog who just goes with the flow.

The show can be found streaming in its entirety on Boomerang.

Tropes specific to the Bunnicula 2016 animated series:

  • Actor Allusion: In the episode "Alligator Tears", Mina is watching a cartoon resembling Breadwinners, another show Kari Wahlgren stars in.
  • Adaptational Badass: Bunnicula to an extent. In the books, Bunnicula's vampire traits, apart from his eating habits, were largely an Informed Attribute and left up to the reader's imagination. This show pretty much outright states that Bunnicula is a vampire and suitably gives him some powers such as turning his ears into wings for Flight, detaching his limbs and having them move on their own, and moderate Super-Strength.
  • Adaptation Distillation: Lots to go around, such as the fact that Bunnicula is a real vampire bunny whose ears can transform into bat wings (whereas in the books his vampiric nature is only vaguely implied, but was a real vampire in the special).
  • Adaptation Species Change: Adaptational Breed Change, to be more precise. In the original books, Chester was a tabby cat. Here, he's a Siamese, despite only his tail and half of his legs being brown, and his tail being slightly bushy.
  • Adapted Out: The Monroes' Dachshund Howie isn't seen.
  • Adorable Abomination: Bunnicula is a cute and fluffy bunny. He's also a vampire that existed as long ago as Ancient Egypt and in one episode, he may have absorbed a black hole.
  • Ageless Birthday Episode: Averted in "Family Portrait", in which Mina has her 13th birthday.
  • All for Nothing: In the series finale it turns out the pets' efforts to keep Mina from knowing about the supernatural were wasted, as she finds it cool that her pet bunny is a vampire.
  • Alliterative Name: Mina Monroe.
  • Always a Child to Parent: Mina's dad throws her a party for her 13th better suited to a five year old still in her princess and pony phase.
  • Anachronism Stew: Apparently there was pizza delivery back in the day, for Bunnicula's older master.
  • And I Must Scream: The mouse in "Evil Cat Videos." He's trapped in a VHS tape, which has made him become vengeful and evil. He's set free at the end when Chester smashes the tape.
  • Artistic License – Animal Care:
    • Some of the things Mina feeds Bunnicula would kill a normal rabbit, such as onions. A Justified Trope, as Bunnicula is not exactly a normal rabbit.
    • Oddly, she knew not to let Chester eat garlic.
    • Averted in the episode "Walking Fish". When Bunnicula gives Harold the magic harmonica and asks him to play, Harold initially thinks it's a chocolate bar and rightfully points out that giving dogs chocolate is bad for their health. The fact that dogs are not supposed to have chocolate gets brought up again in "The Chocolate Vampire Bunny", which also points out that cats can't eat chocolate either and grapes are poisonous to dogs. Ironically, in the original books Harold regularly ate chocolate, and would even lampshade how unrealistic this was.
    • In "Ghost Chef", Harold eats a bunch of pickles, which are poisonous to dogs.
    • In "The Gingerdread Man", Harold eats a large amount of sweets without ill effects. He still avoids the chocolate, though.
  • Astonishingly Appropriate Appearance: The yin and yang-like fur pattern on Bunnicula's brother's face, in contrast to Bunnicula's completely white face, indicates he's more evil than Bunnicula.
  • As You Know: Every time Patches makes an appearance he introduces himself by name and explains that he's a weredude.
  • Badass Adorable: Bunnicula, a vampire rabbit who is usually the one to correct the problems in the episode, all while still looking cute as a button.
  • Beary Friendly: In "Bearshee", Siobhan the ghost bear that haunts the apartment building, is actually more afraid of mortals than they are of her.
  • Beauty Is Never Tarnished: Averted many times with Mina, usually when someone is saying how beautiful she is.
  • Big Brother Instinct: Chester and Bunnicula are shown to become more close from "Adopt a Vampire" onward.
  • Big Creepy-Crawlies: The titular Spiderlamb.
  • The Big Easy: The show takes place in New Orleans.
  • Big Eater: The titular rabbit can wolf down a lot of carrots.
    • Harold, whenever Bunnic isn't this trope. Goes up to Extreme Omnivore levels in one episode where he is affected by a parasite that drives him insane with hunger.
  • Brainwashed and Crazy: In "Evil Cat Videos" a brainwashed Chester is ordered to scratch Mina while she's sleeping, but thankfully can't bring himself to do it and breaks free from the haunted video tape's control.
  • Breaking the Fourth Wall: In some of the episodes Chester actually uses the word 'episode'. He even looks to the screen at some points.(However it could just be he calls their adventures 'episodes' to distance himself from the former's more positive connotations.)
  • Brought Down to Normal: In "Dreamcatcher", Bunnicula is a normal rabbit without powers inside Mina's dreams, because that's what she thinks he is.
  • Buffoonish Tomcat: Patches the Weredude is a slow-witted, forgetful Half-Human Hybrid that evolved from his cat counterpart and still acts like one.
  • Butt-Monkey: Poor, POOR Chester. He's basically this show's Squidward Tentacles.
  • Canon Foreigner: The main trio are the only characters from the book series.
  • Captain Ersatz: Agent 51 is clearly an animated Agent Mulder.
    • In "Alligator Tears", Mina is watching a cartoon series which is a parody of Breadwinners.
  • Cassandra Truth: Marsha is the only recurring human character who notices supernatural events, but people assume she's just imagining things.
  • Cats Are Mean:
    • Averted with Chester. While he may be a grump and a Jerk with a Heart of Gold, he does care about his family and Mina.
    • In one episode Chester states that cats are 45% good and 55% evil and have a lot of difficulty suppressing their evil instincts. So when Bunnicula becomes a cat he becomes much meaner than normal.
  • The Chosen One: Mina seems to be this, as when Chester steals her key it awakens a Monkey Mummy who only goes back to sleep after the key is returned to her.
  • Chuck Cunningham Syndrome: In the third season Becky and Scott disappear completely, while Marsha is only shown in "Hare Club", though Mina is shown having a phone conversation with Marsha in the final episode.
  • Comic Trio: Bunnicula is the schemer, Harold is the follower, and Chester is the complainer. (This is another alteration from the book series, where Chester is the leader, Howie is the follower, and Harold is the Only Sane Man who can't stop Chester's wild imagination.)
  • Continuity Cavalcade: Many supernatural creatures from previous episodes return in the series finale because they're hiding from Bunnicula's brother, who wants to drain their powers.
  • Couch Gag: The opening ends with Bunnicula scaring off a bunch of monsters in different ways:
    • Inflates his head.
    • Pulls another Bunnicula out of his mouth, which pulls another Bunnicula out of its mouth.
    • Turns into a giant realistic rabbit that resembles Bunnicula from the namesake books, crushing Chester and Harold.
    • Makes a Nightmare Face and roars.
    • Unleashing the Ghost Pepper out of his mouth.
    • Unzipping his fur.
    • Turning into a three-eyed monster.
    • Summon a mouth in his stomach.
    • Patches the Weredude appears.
    • Harold sucks in a ghost dog and gets possessed.
    • His eyes pop out.
    • Purple tentacles come out of his eyes and mouth.
    • He also enlarges his head into a Creepy Cute face with the same pink aura from "Collar Me Crazy".
  • "Could Have Avoided This!" Plot: Near the end of the series, just before Mina finds out about Bunnicula, Chester tells Harold and Bunnicula that many of the episodes would never have happened if they'd just listen to him.
    Harold: Yeah, but where's the fun in that?
  • Creepy Crows: The Monster of the Week from "Nevermoar" is a raven that feasts on the anger of everyone on the internet.
  • Dark Is Not Evil: Bunnicula is a very mischievous little rabbit and can cause his share of trouble, but it's out of childish innocence and he's usually the one to set it right. He also genuinely loves Mina, Harold and even tolerates Chester.
  • Dogs Are Dumb: Harold, the dim-witted, goofy, lovable Cloudcuckoolander of a dog, who is friends with Bunnicula and Chester the Siamese cat.
  • Double-Meaning Title: "Puzzle Madness" can refer to facing a variety of puzzles. However, it can also refer to the fantasy Chester experienced in the episode, driven mad by the complexity of the puzzle box Bunnicula gave him(which was actually just a paperweight).
  • Drowning My Sorrows: Invoked in the episode "The Invisible Yam", where Bunnicula develops separation anxiety when Mina goes out of town for a few days and he proceeds to start draining a fridge compartment full of carrots. Unfortunately he also drains a rotting yam and disappears...
  • Dub Name Change: Polish dubbing changes most of the characters' name to Polish substitutes, not always exact counterparts. Mina to Nina, Chester to Czesław, Patches to Władek, Marsha to Marta, to mention a few. Sometimes it's ruining the jokes with meaningful names, like in Lugosi's case. Funnily, it's averted with Scott Dingleman.
  • The Echoer: Zigzagged with a Monster of the Week when the titular character and his fellow pets accidentally released a bird that can steal sounds. Among other kinds of sounds, it can steal people's voices and repeat the last words they said in a Voice Clip Song based on all the sounds it acquired until that point.
  • Expy:
    • Bunnicula, Harold and Chester are reminiscent of Grim, Billy and Mandy, respectively, though with their respective attributes brought somewhat closer to average. It helps that Maxwell Atoms developed the series.
    • Rusty Bones from the episode "Scaraoke" appears to be based off of real life blues artist Louisiana Red in both appearance and backstory
  • The Faceless: Only small bits of Mr. Monroe's face are ever shown until the series finale, when he lowers the newspaper he's reading.
  • Faux Horrific: Undead fish, at least for Chester. Makes sense since as a cat fish would be on the dinner menu.
  • Felony Misdemeanor: Russell from "Brussel Boy" was turned into a vegetable person by a fairy just because he wouldn't eat his vegetables.
  • Flanderization/Took a Level in Dumbass: The Harold in this adaptation retains his laid-back nature, but is reduced to nothing more than a bungling, cheery comic relief. That said, he's not exactly dumb, just unconcerned about the supernatural goings-on Bunnicula instigates.
    • Arthur Monroe started out as a mere Bumbling Dad, but later episodes depict him as being possibly insane and completely out of touch with reality.
  • Fluffy the Terrible: The aptly named doberman "Fluffy the Vampire Pointer".
  • Friend to All Living Things: Mina, to Harold, Chester, and Bunnicula, who is a supernatural vampire rabbit that likes to suck the juice out of vegetables(though granted she doesn't know this, she is revealed be aware of it sometime in the future).
  • Future Badass: Harold, Chester, and especially Mina (who learned magic) will be in a team of supernatural hunters with Bunnicula.
  • Genki Girl: Mina can be this at times when cuddling Bunnicula and telling him how much she loves him.
  • Giant Foot of Stomping: In "Spiderlamb", Bunnicula eats a squash to make his foot big enough to squash the Spiderlamb. Doesn't work.
  • "Harmful to Pets" Reminder: One episode revolves around chocolate and the potential danger it can pose for dogs. Harold almost eats a cocoa bean until Chester stops him and tells him that it's made of chocolate and that it's bad for dogs. When Bunnicula drains a cocoa bean and becomes a chocolate rabbit, a dog with a "bro" attitude almost eats him, but another dog tells him that he's about to eat chocolate; it's bad for him, he says, and so are grapes, he adds. Later, when cornered by chocolate-craving kids and the "bro" dogs (who want to toss Bunnicula around like he's a football), Harold licks him to keep them away, disgusting the kids and earning the bro dogs' respect...though he does get sick from licking the chocolate. The episode's end also has Chester point out that chocolate is also bad for cats.
  • Heterosexual Life-Partners: Harold and Chester are shown to be this in "Alligator Tears".
  • Heel Realization: Fluffy spends an entire episode trying to hunt Bunnicula because she believes him to be evil. But upon seeing that he genuinely cares for his family (something she claims vampires are incapable of) she decides to give up her pursuit of him.
  • Hiccup Hijinks: The episode "Hiccup In Smoke" has Bunnicula get hiccups when he eats his vegetables too fast, and keeps losing body parts. He eventually scares them out due to seeing Mina almost get crushed by a piano. Then Chester gets hiccups.
  • Hidden Depths: "Muddy Harry" reveals that, despite being afraid of the supernatural and horror in general, Chester is a massive science fiction fan.
    Chester: It's my jam!
  • Hoist by His Own Petard: In the final episode as Bunnicula's brother attempts to drain his powers he looks back on his memories of Mina and transfers The Power of Love to his brother so he's too full of love to harm anyone.
  • Hypocritical Humor: In "Beware Apartment 13!" Bunnicula helps stop a thief, but as it's revealed at the end, Mina and her dad have no vegetables to eat because Bunnicula keeps stealing them all.
  • Hypnotism Reversal: One episode had a pair of criminals using the Feathered Serpent Quetzalcoatl's hypnotism powers against her to keep her under their control.
  • I Just Want My Beloved to Be Happy: In "Vampire Rabbit Season" Harold becomes infatuated with the doberman Fluffy and mistakes her deadly pursuit of Bunnicula as a sign that she loves him instead. Regardless, Harold tries to remain supportive of the two and requests that they don't elope, so he can at least watch Fluffy from afar.
  • Internal Reveal: In the series finale Mina finds out Bunnicula is a vampire.
  • I Will Punish Your Friend for Your Failure: In "Evil Cat Videos" the mouse ghost in the haunted VHS tape orders Chester to kill Bunnicula once He Knows Too Much, but upon finding out he can't harm Bunnicula physically he orders Chester to attack Mina instead.
  • Jerk with a Heart of Gold:
    • Chester. Much like his book counterpart, he's a snarky and rude little cat, but he does care about the others.
    • Bunnicula really enjoys messing with people with his powers, especially Chester, who is the only one fazed by all of it. But as mentioned, he genuinely cares for the others and is quick to fix his mistakes.
  • Jump Scare: One of the Couch Gags has Bunnicula making a Nightmare Face right up close to the screen.
  • Karma Houdini: Bunnicula for shoplifting an enchanted harmonica that raises undead fish. Though at the very least, he takes enough responsibility for it that he stops the fish before they can hurt anyone.
  • Killer Rabbit: Bunnicula again, though he's not malicious.
  • Knight Templar:
    • The overprotective Knight Owl who cast an enchantment on Mina that will repel everyone who gets near.
    • The Prism Prison guards who arrest all vampires regardless of what kind of harm they pose. By the end of the episode, they might have a point as Bunnicula seems to be the only escaping vampire who isn't up to no good.
  • Last Episode, New Character: Bunnicula's brother.
  • Left Hanging: The series ends just after Mina finds out Bunnicula is a vampire, with the plot thread of Mina being The Chosen One left unresolved.
  • Living Forever Is Awesome: Bunnicula, obviously, fully support this philosophy.
    • Chester, when he thought that he is turning into vampire in 'Catula' was initially devastated - until Bunnicula pointed out, that living forever he would be able to meet all great peoples of the future, witness scientific advancements, read all books ever existed.
    • Harold firmly believe in that, too.
  • Loophole Abuse: Bunnicula is subject to the Must Be Invited rule so to enter Becky's house, he flew and entered through the chimney while inside Harold's doghouse, in which he is welcome.
  • Lovecraftian Superpower: Not even including the powers he can gain from absorbing vegetables and other plants, Bunnicula can take his body apart and sprout tentacles.
  • Lunacy: Counter to what sunlight does to him, moonlight can instantly restore Bunnicula back to normal.
  • Luring in Prey: When the pets tried to fulfill Mina's wish for a supernatural experience, they invited a floating orb of light with a face as a safe option. It turns out that that's only the lure and when the rest of its body appeared, it was as large as a car, walks on four short legs, has four orange eyes, and has eaten Mina's three friends! Thankfully, it was forced to regurgitate them with a Screamer Prank video that shocked the kids and pets earlier that episode.
  • Mandatory Twist Ending: The ending of every short.
  • Merging Machine: In the form of a gemstone in the episode "Chestaroldcula"
  • Missing Mom: Mina's mother is never seen or mentioned.
  • Monster of the Week: Many of whom tend to be based on giant or hybrid animals.
  • Morality Pet: Mina is this to Bunnicula, who Chester has to remind if he ever he goes too far.
  • Mundane Utility: Bunnicula's old owner, possibly Dracula, would use time travel to make sure he got pizza orders correctly.
  • Nervous Wreck: Chester, which Bunnicula plays up to no end.
  • Never Smile at a Crocodile: The episode "Alligator Tears" features a crying alligator ghost whose tears instill sadness in everyone near her- except for Bunnicula, who is immune to it for some reason. But the ghost is not malicious and is merely looking for her missing earring.
  • Nightmare Face: Bunnicula is prone to these. In the episode "Alligator Tears", Bunnicula is confronted by two raccoons after Chester accidentally rolls away with their trash can. Bunnicula's response? To peel back his skin and reveal his own skull! They promptly run for it.
  • Nightmare Fetishist:
    • If it's creepy and weird, you can bet that Mina just loves it!
    • Bunnicula himself is also one. He sees evil undead fish and monstrous cockroaches as "friends", thinks that jars full of assorted human eyeballs are "pretty", and generally feels right at home in all of the spooky situations that happen around him, so long as they don't seriously threaten the people he cares about.
  • No Name Given: Bunnicula's brother in the series finale.
  • Obliviously Evil: So far in the cartoon's first episode, Bunnicula has been shown to be pretty nice but don't really seem to understand how dangerous and wrong his actions are such as raising the dead which he immediately understood when told seeing zombies could have scared Mina.
  • Ocular Gushers: Surprisingly averted for a cartoon. Crying is depicted with tears pooling under the eyes and tears flying off, but no waterfalls.
  • Odd Organ Up Top: Harold's tail becomes sentient in the episode "Wag the Dog" when the Static Electricity charged from rubbing his paws on objects passed through a magical Tesla Coil. The tail plans to switch with the head by exposing Harold and the Tesla Coil to lightning and succeeds for a while, but a thrown tennis ball interrupts the process before it becomes permanent and the tail's consciousness transfers to it instead.
  • Only Sane Man: Between Harold's laid-back nature and Bunnicula's mischievousness, Chester is always the voice of reason.
  • Our Vampires Are Different: Bunnicula, a vampire rabbit that sucks the juices out of vegetables.
  • Our Werebeasts Are Different: Patches the "weredude", a cat that turns into a human when the moon is full. This is displayed inconsistently however, sometimes depicted as human-to-cat transformation, sometimes the conventional cat-to-human transformation.
  • Perky Goth: Mina.
  • Poor Communication Kills: Chester being unable to understand Bunnicula sometimes leads to Chester misinterpreting Bunnicula's actions as more malicious than they really are.
  • Power Parasite: Bunnicula's brother can drain the powers of other monsters.
  • Power-Up Food: Draining certain vegetables or plants gives Bunnicula different abilities:
  • Properly Paranoid: Chester.
  • Public Domain Character: Beyond Dracula being Bunnicula’s former owner we have Count Orlock as the owner of Orlock Apartments. Ironic, as Orlock was originally made as a copyright-friendly substitute of Dracula due to the Stoker estate still holding the copyright at the time.
  • Rascally Rabbit: Bunnicula, who often gets into mischief with supernatural consequences.
  • Revolting Rescue: In one episode, Bunnicula, Harold, Lugosi, and Chester are inside a Threatening Shark. Bunnicula eats an entire jar of beans and lets out such a strong fart that he and the gang are expelled from the shark's mouth.
  • Rewatch Bonus: Rewatching "Return of the Curse of the Weredude" knowing that Chester and Patches were only imagining Elvira puts Bunnicula and Harold's earlier reactions in a whole other perspective.
  • Rose-Haired Sweetie: Mina, a Perky Goth who has an upbeat personality, and the front half of her hair is pink, while the back half is black.
  • Sarcasm-Blind: At one point, Bunnicula makes an idea, to which Chester sarcastically says it's a great idea. When it works, Harold is impressed at how it worked, and Chester angrily says he was being sarcastic. Cue Harold asking "What's a sarcasm?"
  • Scary Stinging Swarm: In "Scaraoke," a malicious ghost drops a beehive in front of Mina. Ever cheerful, her initial reaction is "Cool, bees!" before being stung repeatedly.
  • Shout-Out:
  • Shown Their Work: In "Nevermoar", Chester calls Bunnicula a lagomorph, the order rabbits belong to, instead of a rodent.
  • Shrinking Violet: Mina's friend Marsha, who often gets a bit squeamish and nervous.
  • Sibling Yin-Yang: While Bunnicula is good — if a bit mischievous — and gains powers from sucking the juice out of vegetables, his brother is evil and gains powers by sucking out monsters' souls.
  • Significant Birth Date: Mina's birthday is October 13.
  • Speaking Simlish: Unlike the mute original, this Bunnicula actually talks, but in a sort of garbled Latinesque language only Harold seems to understand. At the end of "Adopt a Vampire" it's implied he's perfectly capable of speaking English, but chooses to babble nonsense to mess with Chester.
  • Spiritual Successor: Warner Bros Animation's slate mostly has featured WB, HB and DC legacy adaptations. This series seemed to be an outlier. However it is somewhat clear the Ruby-Spears special had some role in getting this made.note  Regardless of that it makes series like this appear to be Warner Bros Animation's attempt to add more animated adaptations, which makes them even more of a successor to Ruby Spears and Hanna-Barbera because that was the other regular part of their output (loose adaptations of other sources).
  • Stable Time Loop: "Muddy Harry" starts out this way when most of the plot revealed the titular charcter to be Harry from the future, but the later part ends up going towards Timey-Wimey Ball with multiple past selves of the main trio.
  • Stepford Smiler: One episode features a gingerbread man who constantly smiles. Justified in that he was "frosted that way" and thus cannot portray any other facial expressions. He blatantly states that he was actually quite furious but could not show it.
  • Stock "Yuck!": According to "Brussel Boy", Mina hates Brussels sprouts until she tries one at the end. In contrast, Bunnicula loves them.
  • Take That!: The episode "Catula" featured a small jab at the Twilight franchise.
  • Tears of Fear: In "Uninvited" Marsha breaks down in tears after being scared one too many times by Tiny Troll.
  • Those Two Guys: Bunnicula and Harold are the SpongeBob and Patrick to Chester's Squidward.
  • Timey-Wimey Ball: One episode revolves around a mirror that can send people back in time half an hour, repeatedly. As Chester finds out to his horror, this leads to a lot of paradoxes when he runs into his multiple past selves.
  • Too Dumb to Live: All the vampires that were locked up in "Prism Prison" get released by the heroes and then turn out to be Evil All Along as they both thank and mock the trio for their naivete, and plan to go back to doing whatever horrible things more evil vampires do. Then they all fly out into the sun to bask in their newfound freedom - and take a moment to realize what they just did, collapsing into dust in seconds.
    Bunnicula: Oops, too bad.
  • Troll: Bunnicula in the episode "Garlicked" takes an awful long time to reveal to the others that he can come back from skeleton form after eating garlic, mostly to troll Chester, who fed him the garlic in the first place.
  • Twist Ending: Once every episode.
  • The Unintelligible: Bunnicula, who speaks limited amounts of English on occasion, and usually speaks in unintelligible squeaks which Harold understands.
  • Vampiric Draining: Like in the books, Bunnicula eats by draining the fluids from vegetables. Though the show is more overt than the book and different vegetables have different effects on Bunnicula, such as a squash making his foot big.
  • Vegetarian Vampire: Bunnicula, of course! The trope name was dropped in the episode "Up to Our Ears".
  • Vitriolic Best Buds: Bunnicula and Chester. Bunnicula loves to mess with Chester and Chester cannot stand Bunnicula, but the two are capable of working together when needed and genuinely respect each other.
  • Weakened by the Light: Like most vampires, Bunnicula is nocturnal and hates sunlight.
  • Weirdness Censor:
    • Despite being a Nightmare Fetishist, Mina doesn't seem to notice the strange going-ons around her, especially with her pets.
    • Pretty much every human character except Marsha has this.
  • Weirdness Magnet: Chester accuses Bunnicula of being this in the first episode, and the plot is caused by him locking Bunnicula in his tomb in hopes that the monsters would go away... only to accidentally summon a mummy monkey when he steals Mina's key. This implies that it is actually Mina who is the Magnet, but she just doesn't notice.
  • Wham Episode: In the series finale, "Oh, Brother," Mina finally finds out that Bunnicula is a vampire. And she thinks it's awesome.
    • A minor one, but in the same episode, we also finally get to see Mina's dad's face.
  • Yank the Dog's Chain: In "Puzzle Madness", Chester manages to solve Bunnicula's puzzle box only for it to turn out it was all in his head. Bunnicula just gave him an ordinary paperweight and he was driven mad trying to solve it.


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