What's the stupidest /co/-related fan theory you've ever heard? Like the one that makes the least amount of sense.
My vote is for the EEnE purgatory theory.
"Dead Bart" that creepypasta is so baaaaad and with very low credibility
basically the theory is that the show is weird and spooky because it's from Courage's POV. like, they live in the "middle of nowhere" because that's all that Courage knows, so to him, it's all that exists.
The weird characters that show up are strange and outlandish because they're people Courage doesn't know.
>they live in the "middle of nowhere" because that's all that Courage knows
I agree that they're all shit, but at least there's a ''dream episode'' or something of the sort to actually generate the theory. The EEnE one is literally just ''What if they we're all dead?''. There's no a single grain of truth or anything to actually start it.
I kinda like the one where the reason that no one ever recognizes the Samurai Pizza Cats' secret identities is that all the robo-animals that populate that world have really shitty identity recognition sensors that are easily fooled by superficial changes in appearance.
The Rugrats theory - the babies are all just products of Angelica's imagination
>Tommy was stillborn, so Stu spends all his time designing toys for the son he never had
>Chuckie and his mom died in a car accident, which is why Chas is a nervous wreck
>the Devilles had an abortion, but since Angelica can't decide what gender their baby was, she just imagines it twice with both sexes
Frankie Foster being autistic is one of the worst I've seen
"Frankie Foster is Imaginary" is another bad one
Based on the fact she and Madame foster wear similar outfits, someone theorized that Madame Foster created a younger version of herself to take care of the house for her.
Jar jar binks is a sith lord.
Take your pick from the 3 fucktillion "[character] WAS DEAD/COMATOSE THE ENTIRE TIME!!!" theories out there.
I'll say this though, the one someone came up with for Courage is probably my favorite because it makes complete sense. If you haven't seen it, it goes like this,
>the entire show takes place through the eyes of Courage who is just a normal dog
>the reason his owners never reply when he speaks is because they don't understand him, he's just barking
>the reason they live "in the middle of nowhere" is because that farm is the only area Courage knows, aside from the few times he's brought into the city
>the reason strangers are horrifying to him, while Eustace and Muriel don't seem bothered, is, well because he's a dog, that's just how they are
I like this one because there's more thought put into it compared to ZOMG HE'S A DEAD DOG, THE ENTIRE SHOW TAKES PLACE IN A SNOWGLOBE!!!!
Anyone have a link to that website made by that
possibly schizophrenicwoman who had a theory about how Springfield was a real place that was kept a secret from everyone by the government because the inhabitants were dying from radiation poisoning brought on by the nuclear power plant (which they were unaware of) and how a Fox camera crew, desperate for ratings, documented their lives and the town, which would eventually be used to make The Simpsons? I stopped reading at the "thought bubbles = mind reading" part, but it was crazy. She actually believed the characters were based off the victims and had all these pictures comparing the characters' features to that of the effects of radiation (i.e, Milhouse's nose is a tumor, rubber limbs meant their bones were deteriorating, ect.) and Some Enchanted Evening took place right before the real Simpsons died.
I'm not making this shit up.
just been reading this, I can sort of see where its coming from until it said that the show isn't a cartoon, its live action because 'An animator just cannot add so much detail to the show simply with a pencil.'
This one, on the basis that they didn't try to resort to the usual cliches like "hyperrealism" or "realistic crying" or "photos of murdered people" or make the supernatural so blatantly obvious.
It probably helps that all the suggestions for Family Guy episodes in this actually sound like something that could be on the show.
Ho-Oh's Pokedex entry:
>"It possesses seven-colored wings. It is said that those who see Ho-Oh are promised an eternal happiness."
Ash saw Ho-Oh in the first episode of the Pokemon anime, and now has eternal happiness.
That's why he still 10, he's still a Trainer and still hangs out with Pikachu.
I'm still kind of disappointed that Ho-Oh just became another box legend. The whole "there's pokemon we still don't know about" vibe was too cool when there was only the original 151.
Now with 800 of the bastards it'd be hard to emulate that feeling when you can't even remember half of them.