>that episode were Spongebob and Krabs tried to cover up a murder
>that episode where Peggy and Luanne kill a pig-man and walk away like nothing happened
>that episode where Buster, Francine, and Muffy create a new Lakewood Reich
>that episode that never really confirms one way or another if stinky is a literal vampire.
>that episode when Gumball gave a blowjob to help a depressed friend.
What the hell I thought I selected an image
maybe it was all a coincidence! maybe he just has sharp teeth... and a pet bat... and sleeps in a coffin with a cloak because of humidity or something... and grows pumpkins because they taste good in a pie... fuck that boy was a straight up vampire nvm
It's just a joke. According to Sugar they don't even technically have genders. Probably partially Sugar and the SU team having fun with sci-fi/fantasy concepts and getting crap past the radar.
Yeah I need some context.
>Getting crap past the radar
It's exclusively this. The Diamonds are referred to as the Gem Matriarchy and all gems take the form of humanoid females regardless of their proximity to Earth.
It was just a cheap way to keep parental groups from throwing a fit, and that's all. For pretty much all purposes including reproductive if Rose is an example, they are females.
Not that it matters either way.
>that what a cartoon! show short when a pizza delivery boy snaps and murders a family of eskimos and beats up a priest
a lot of what a cartoon show shorts were pretty dark
>That episode of Ed Edd n Eddy where Ed summons a demon.
>That episode of the Powerpuff Girls where they go to the future, and because they weren't there to save the day Him rules a literal Hell on Earth.
>That episode of Hey Arnold with the brutal muggings.
>That other episode of Hey Arnold where Curly snaps and uses dodge balls to hold hostages in a direct allegory to school shootings.
>That episode of Steven Universe that parodies the 1966 UT clock tower shooting.
>That episode of Spongebob where Squidward accidentally travels to what's either the incredibly distant future or outside the time-space continuum.
>That episode of Rocko's Modern Life where the Bermuda Triangle causes everyone to age dramatically and makes an old man come to terms with the passage of time.
>That episode of the Angry Beavers where the world ends in 2000 and God gives them divine powers by which they are allowed to remake the Earth in their own image.
>That episode of the Angry Beavers where the world ends in 2000 and God gives them divine powers by which they are allowed to remake the Earth in their own image.
shit, that episode was so good
To be fair, their true form are the gems that they all wear somewhere on their bodies. I'm pretty sure technically, they aren't even living creatures.
They're practically somewhat organic artificial beings.
>that episode when Jack nearly fucked Aku
>that episode when Lisa tried to hide Bart corpse to save her reputation
>That episode when Finn got cucked
>that episode when Mabel caused the apocalypse because her brother wanted a good future
>That episode when Pearl lied to fuck Garnet
>that episode when Gumball and Darwin got punished for being right about their deadbeat father.
> Lisa tried to hide Bart corpse to save her reputation
Are you talking about the babysitting episode? In that case, she wasn't hiding his body. She was dragging him to a discreet doctor for resuscitation.
>That episode of recess that challenged capitalism and free market economics
>that episode where a doctor murders a man with a power drill after he becomes a slave to a gang full of people he augmented in the hopes of saving his wife, who was cheating on him with the gang
Because nobody gives a shit about two girls kissing. But have two dudes macking lips and the media will lose their shit.
And I'm talking obvious dudes. Not two androgynous ladyboys.
>that episode where a man who horribly disfigured his daughter was allowed to work around children while half-naked
Man what the fuck was up with this
>dude gets electrocuted at the brain and suddenly becomes normal
>gets killed right afterwards
>that episode where Stan uses a female avatar to try and take his son's virginity
>Look at him suffer! Arghargharghargharghargh!
Mr. Krabs was a fucking psychopath in that episode.
>That episode of Teen Titans GO where Raven beat the Tooth Fairy at a contest for eating teeth
>That episode of Teen Titans GO where Robin gets cucked by radioactive mockingbirds
>That episode of Teen Titans GO where the Teen Titans go to the North Pole and blow up Santa's workshop
>That episode of Teen Titans GO where Raven turned all of her friends into My Little Ponies
>That episode of Teen Titans GO where Cyborg and Beast Boy's stomachs come to life and destroy the city
I can't believe these are things that actually happened.
>That episode of Teen Titans GO where the Titans go back in time to stop the Holocaust, but it just causes a different dictator to rise up so they go further back in time to stop their past selves from stopping the Holocaust which doesn't work so they go further FURTHER back in time to kill the iteration of themselves that try to stop the Holocaust from happening
>That entire episode dedicated to the word waffle
>That episode where they become eggs
>That episode where they straight up tell old Teen Titan fans to fuck off
>that episode where Hayley fucks her dad
>MFW re watching it and realizing it was a tell tale heart parody
>Hugh Newtron uses a time device to make a woman experience childbirth over and over again
>>That episode of Spongebob where Squidward accidentally travels to what's either the incredibly distant future or outside the time-space continuum.
in the same episode, Squidward travels to the chrome future and communism has won
"GREETINGS COMRADE! Welcome to the future!"
>that episode where the Aqua Teens become immortal
>that episode where Mr. Gus sends Pizza Steve to a pizza eating contest to get eaten
>that episode where Arthur steals D.W.'s snowball
>that episode where everything wants to eat Mr. Gus
>Steven causes the death of one of his guardians and replaces her with a homicidal hologram.
is it still date rape if all you do is slip them an aphrodisiac?
I thought it was only date rape if you make them fall asleep and then have your way with them
I mean, it's literally defined as using physical or psychological force against someone or incapacitating drugs for sex
Is slipping someone an aphrodisiac force?
>That episode where Zim steals organs from all the children in the school
>Not even implied, literally stated and shown
>Seriously, he coughs up intestines at one point
This is the one, true example of "How the fuck did they get away with this?"
All others are tame.
>Lapis Lazuli rapes Jasper and they become the clover field monster, soon after drowning themselves.
>The PPG episode where the entire fight sequence with Blossom was a big homage to the DBZ Future Trunks movie.
>That episode where Gumball sold Alan's parents.
>That episode of Duck Dodgers where Dave Mustaine cameos
Well, keep in mind that it was a sci-fi "aphrodisiac" that made the person practically need to have sex with the other person, and only that person, for life. So he was using a mysterious compound to force the other person to have sex.
If you're asking about a more realistic situation. "If a girl slips a guy a viagra and offers herself, is it rape?" Then it most likely falls under sexual assault.
>that episode where orel's dad shoots him in the leg and a young boy is forced to face the fact that his role model is actually an emotionally crippled alcoholic that cares nothing for him
>it's literally defined as using physical or psychological force against someone or incapacitating drugs for sex
Is slipping someone an aphrodisiac force?
It's literally psychological force that they're using, so yes, it's date rape. Think of how it effects everyone and makes people not normally attracted to Morty absolutely nuts over him.
Rick and Morty give Jessica a drug that makes her want to fuck Morty. This happens without Jessica knowing. It's not hard to connect it all together.
>the episode where Grunkle Stan kidnaps someone and puts them on display at the shack
>That episode of Pepper Ann where she flashes her adolescent breasts to her gym class
holy shit i didn't realize what childbirth was when i watched that as a kid and just kinda went "huh?" and let it go. holy fuck. h. holy fuck what. hugh what the fuck. whAT TH EFUCK
>that episode of Gumball where Banana Joe gets caught watching fetish porn
Also the fact that Gumball is naked every other episode with legit blur bars to hide his junk.
>That Angry Beavers episode that was one big masturbation metaphor
>f a m
>t b h f a m
Why are you typing like that?
Do you have water on the brain?
>That episode of PPG where they accidentally get Ms. Keene killed and she's never brought back
>That episode of Futurama where Fry, Bender, and Farnsworth go missing and Leela spends the rest of her life missing Fry
>That episode of American Dad where Steve and Snot steal a couple of girls' DNA, clone them, and raise the clones from babies to their teens with the intent to fuck them, then Stan murders one and the other dies of old age
>Those THREE episodes of South Park where Cartman tastes semen
>That Spongebob episode that was one big sex metaphor
In the episode, Pepper Ann is told she would need "support" to jump on the trampoline.
Thinking the teacher meant "breast support," a paranoid, still flat-chested and seemingly unready Pepper Ann is convinced she now needs a bra. When at the trampoline, and asked where her "support" was, Pepper Ann flashes the class
its not online, but you can download it easily, just google
>That episode where Gumball saw a painting of himself naked in the mall, and then it happens later on in the episode due to his actions
They did the old "One of these is the real one, one is a clone. The real one always tells the truth, the clone always lies" riddle, but the writers screwed it up. It's never acknowledged that the real one died, because it was unintentional on the writers' part, so I guess you could say it's non-canon, but following the logic of the episode, she died.
damn dude, you need to reel in that autism 2bh
is autism your go-to insult perchance
>That issue where Lex Luthor carries out his weirdest plan ever to stop Superman
>Finds a dying woman
>Clones her, doing something to the clone so that if she touches Superman, he'll be sent to another dimension with no way to return
>Murders the original
>Brainwashes himself into forgetting about this whole plan and falling in love with the clone, who believes herself to be the original
>Cures all sorts of diseases, creates basically free energy or some shit, overall becomes the greatest hero the world has ever known
>Asks Superman to be his best man
>Allows him to kiss his wife as if that's a normal thing that the best man does
>Superman sees through the ruse and kisses her, then uses his super speed to secretly escape before he can be sucked into another dimension with her
>Luthor's robots take him to his secret lair and un-brainwash him
>Luthor intentionally became a world-famous hero, fell in love, and got his wife killed just to get superman and then go back to being evil
>Superman allowed an innocent woman to be sent to another dimension with no way to return, and allowed Luthor to be un-brainwashed and go back to being evil
>that episode where Finn gets a blowjob from lumpy space princess
I'd rather be autistic, which I may be, than a meme-speaking imbecile with water on the brain.
I'm still surprised about what South Park gets away with.
>That episode where Cartman rapes himself
>That episode where Indiana Jones is raped on-screen
>That episode with Wendy's nipples
>That episode with live-action footage of a sex change operation (Actually, was it footage of a sex change operation, or were they only pretending it was?)
>That episode where they show Mohammed
>Those episodes where they can't show Mohammed any more
If only I could water my brain
Action Comics 510-512. Someone did a storytime here a while ago and it was the most bizarre thing I've ever read.
This cover is one of those misleading Superdickery ones. Luthor isn't actually mad about the kiss in the issue.
Exactly! This is 4chan.
This is not Twitter. You are not texting with your friends. This is an image board, where you are given the time and space necessary to carefully and correctly type out your posts.
>The crystal gems kill and consume a sentient slice of pizza and then proceed to assault an elderly man with the intent to kill.
I'm so glad I actually decided to watch a bit of it in between semesters,
the early early stuff in the first season is almost like Act 1 of homestuck in retrospect, off putting to a lot of people
Because exciting and confusing covers sell comics. I've also heard a rumor that artists would draw a cover before a story was written, and writers would have to write a story around it. I have no idea if that's true, but it sounds hilarious. If I were an artist, I'd make a game of drawing the most ridiculous, unexplainable covers and seeing what writers can come up with. I'd feel victorious if the writers said it was all a dream or some copout like that.
I didn't, but it was fun to shitpost with when threads got derailed, or someone declared that no one had a grosser image than them. I could never make it the whole way through either webm.
>that episode of cow and chicken where a lesbian biker gang burst into there house and teach cow about pitching and catching
She basically was. If it weren't a cartoon on a children's network it would be "Netflix and chill". You know what I mean.
It's like how Greg is a fat loser living in his van. It gives off alcoholic vibes, including the bottles you can see in his van. I'm not even joking just rewatch the scenes with his van. His obesity and hoarding tendencies lend well to the idea as well.
>that episode where Greg displays his hoarding issues openly
>his obesity and clothes display how uncaring he is of life
>he only lives for his son and his own bodily pleasures
>Spongebob contracts swine flu
>Patrick performs invasive experiments on spongebob in his BDSM dungeon.
>those issues where Martian Manhunter dies and is reborn as a qt Arabic spy who wants Aquaman's dick and gets friendzoned on the spot
>that episode where they perform amateur plastic surgery on students without consent to make them look like what the fuck ever in a competition
I'm not sure if I found it so disturbing because I find the idea of plastic surgery disturbing, or if that episode is what made me think plastic surgery is disturbing
Rose is a beast of a woman. Her wide ass shoulders and thickness can hardly be described as obesity. Young Greg was just paunchy. Old Greg is obese and can't over head press, let alone deadlift 85 lbs.
>that episode where Pearl tries to cuckold Greg
>it backfires amazingly and kills her one true love for thousands of years
I don't believe lost causes exist. The Normality Wars are going to fix everything. Worlds will intertwine.
That's quite a witty retort you have there, but will it help you when the Fair Fairy, Teehee banishes you from this very world with the rest of the unsalvageables?
i dont think those are pecs under that T-shirt
Oh, but you will care, my friends. Great things will happen. Create memeselves. Contact Teehee. It is the only way to guarantee survival.
>That episode of The Fairly Oddparents where they show a world without Timmy.
>Literally everyone he knows lives a better life due to him never being born.
It's amazing how much people can delude themselves.
She's obese. She's clinically overweight! Her beauty is no more! It has ceased to be! She's eaten too much cake and bloated beyond all recognition! She's a chunk! Bereft of exercise, she rests on her couch! If she wasn't a gem she'd be pushing up the daisies! Her metabolic processes are now out of control! She's the anti-twig! She's put on, she's let herself go, plumped out and joined the fat camp as a mascot! That woman is a beached whale!
Get over it.
nah, she's thick but i'd still hit that
Rose is built like a linebacker. That's why all the weight is in her limbs and not in her gut. She's what Jasper would look like if Jasper ate a bucket of fried chicken every night.
>that episode of the powerpuff girls where they try to make another sister but they fuck up and she comes out retarded and then dies at the end
>Spongebob and Patrick invite Mr. Krabs to go on a panty raid.
>They actually follow through.
>Spongebob and Patrick state they have done this before, a lot.
>Mr. Krabs realizes he has broken into his mother's home.
Literally how in the hell did this get approved at every single step of the production process.
>That episode where Jenny fucks up and sends Sheldon into space and he returns next day as an old man, so they use a suit to make him young again, but overdo it; So she just leaves him to grow up with space pirates.
Yeah, that's why I didn't specify an episode.
I never saw the one you were talking about, but I've heard about it.
There was also that one episode where a Greek Goos God married Eustace's truck.
>Her beauty is no more! It has ceased to be!
But that's wrong tho
I know Star Wars usually has characters getting their arms off, but in a quick fashion that doesn't linger on gore.
The Muunlinist episodes of Genndy Wars, on the other hand, seemed unusually gory for the Star wars franchise, seeing all the... things Durge goes through. I don't think any of Genndy's other shows ever got that crazy.
Remember that episode where Courage has to deliver a package to an apartment building? There's a fucked up scary looking chick in one of the rooms playing the violin. Scared the shia out of me as a kid
I'd still hit it with the force of a thousand suns
>There was also that one episode where a Greek Goos God married Eustace's truck.
That shit had me laughing like a retard even as a kid.
Remember that episode where that Space Squid Mom gets trapped by the CIA or something?
Or how about the episode with the giant purple wish-granting tree?
Courage was such a weird, but oddly amazing show.
I don't know how they were able to be this goddamn blatant for it to even air once.
>that episode of ReBoot where Megabyte puts his sister into leather dominatrix gear, onto a bondage rack, with a shock collar
>that episode of ReBoot when Enzo gets his eye stabbed and his skull crushed
I've wondered what would happen if I asked my "would have been" parents if they would have wanted me as a child. Since in that context they would view me as a stranger, I doubt they would willingly give up a better life to take in someone in his twenties.
Also, I hate shows that try to counter the idea with "but muh familia" - like that Disney TV movie. The kid has a better life in every way and gives it up because he misses his dick brother.
R.L.Stine is the only one to get it right.
Any port in a storm. I have standards when the skies are clear.
What about the episode where FUCKING ALIENS ABDUCT THE ENTIRE CUL-DE-SAC AND NO ONE EVER MENTIONS IT AGAIN
> the one where Ed maxes out his Insight and sees the Cul-De-Sac for the horrifying nightmare realm it really is
> the one where the Eds literally break the universe and they go exploring outside the bounds of reality
> how the Static shows up over and over to show that in-universe the cartoon is an actual cartoon in its own canon
D E E P E S T L O R E
>that episode where the PPG have a neighbor friend and tell her how the professor accidentally made them, and she replies their parents say she was an accident too.
And the episode where Muriel got possessed by a demon mattress. And got de-aged by a tornado and forced Courage to make mac n cheese for her several times before remembering she hated mac n cheese.
Same, to be honest.
You've never seen the art style images, have you? Anyone who isn't rake thin (jasper included) has different limbs, ankles, and wrists. It's a stylistic choice. Look at images of real obese people and talk to me.
>that episode where peridot told oral she was a coat hanger for superior people, like herself
>pearl punched her in the face
All you guys who cry about the toenail are pussies and were probably born in 1998 or something. Shows like Ren & stimpy were much worse than that.
Or were you just whiplashed that a "clean" show like Spongebob was resorting to gory humor which doesn't really fit its style?
>That episode of Spongebob where Patrick is such an asshole he nearly runs over kids at the orphanage.
Kids Next Door was pretty weird, too, now that I think about it. It seemed to take place in an alternate universe where all the things children hate were legitimate threats and had villains specializing in them.
And the one with the Hat of Discipline.
>that KND episode about the Second Renaissance
>live action scene with a brain in a blender
I'm glad I wasn't a kid when this aired. If it came on at night I would have lost my shit.
That episode when the combined Egos of a Frankenstein's Monster decides to climb the infinite steps of the Infernal Zigguraut, only to slay its Master, revealing its multitude of Angels before returning home and understanding that it is not The Physical that defines him, but his inner most Soul that does, his Grease if you will.
>that episode where Jar Jar was actually funny and Grievous got his shit pushed in by gungans
> Rolf is the only person other than the Eds to travel to the Static without questioning it
> Rolf is actually from an alternate version of Earth where he lived in a country that doesn't exist in ours
It's all coming together now.
>That episode where Mandy smiled and caused the universe to collapse and reset itself with Billy, Mandy, and Grim being the Powerpuff Girls
>That episode that's filled with intentional animation mistakes
>That episode where Garfield tries to come up with the script for an episode but it always ends up being about him eating lasagna
>That episode with the greatest earworm ever to be put in a cartoon
>That episode of Korra with an on-screen murder/suicide
>Beavis is now impotent from jamming his dick into a bug zapper to get rid of lice on his pubes
>That episode where Grim, Billy, and Mandy all get reverted to fetuses then stop existing
>That episode of Hey Arnold where Arnorld help a child to quit the drugs.
>That episode where Penny's parents gave their 14-year-old a credit card that started talking to her and talked her into buying a lot of stuff, then she cut it up, but it pulled itself together and changed the name on it to Dijonay, even though that's not how it works
>Oh, baby. Oh, baby. Oh, baby.
And another episode where he reveals his relatives ate their pet turkey. And one where he becomes a soda spokesperson, but only because the people who picked him thought he sounded funny.
>And those are all Parker's snacks I suppose.
I wouldn't really say that's him actually believing in God and more him being desperate and giving prayer the old college try even if he doesn't actually believe it will work.
that's not an acronym it's an initialism
Every episode of Mr. Meaty was "that" episode of Mr. Meaty.
>that episode where Helga carries him around as a pretend boyfriend and he actually falls in love with her
>maxes out his insight
holy shit anon
>The episode of Total Drama Island where they had to eat bull testicles
Rick doesn't believe in God, the same way Germans don't believe that Merkal has a functioning brain.
Rick simply refuses to acknowledge worship on a being simply based on the beings omnipotence.
>that episode where Grandpa Max caught Ben and Gwen touching each other in the back of the RV
>that episode where Ben used an offensive racial slur
>that episode where Ben was forced into a romantic relationship with his mom and cousins
>That episode that never really confirms one way or another if there's a train that runs to Hell.
Honestly that would be pretty cool.
What's more bizzare is that he can go back to his normal high school life after that, given that he's liven two lifetimes as an intergalactic space adventurer.
>that episode where Homer gets raped by a panda
fuck, old comics are some crazy shit
Wh-which one is the real Homer?!
i wonder if this angle would've been more interesting to stick with then the retcon they made. the episode had ended implying it was the truth and not just some story.
but that can't be right because "Mr Wigglestein" wasn't created as an adult that snapped. He was Numba 0's brother who just sided with the adults and grew up to become just like his father.
>the primary battle grounds for those topics right now lie with a cartoon baddie from twenty-seven years ago, and five characters from a TV show I like who are never given shit for being fat and are given all the opportunity the not-fat people in that show are given.
>It's DEFINITELY not that I want to talk about a tv show I like and earn brownie points by pretending to care about the new meme oppressed group
>that episode where Dad makes his underage daughter put on a bunny suit and perform in order to make money for the family
Pic not related.
TDI and the entire series had sexual innuendos and blatant implied sex all over the place
Even had characters nude, curse, and vomit, albeit censored almost every single episode.
Holy FUCK I really dont know how the 90s-early 2000s had half the shit they had air
>that Invader zim episode where nightmare realm versions of the characters kidnap people and ddib literally ends up being turned inside out and lelft in agony and forced to stay alive
>that episode where the earth is spared because a space wrestler is impressed by the spunk of a monkey in a latex suit
>Holy FUCK I really dont know how the 90s-early 2000s had half the shit they had air
2006 happened, that's when everything went to shit.
In the meantime I'm going to marathon Ripping Friends.
>that episode where Steven almost became a giant pussy
>FUCKING ALIENS ABDUCT THE ENTIRE CUL-DE-SAC AND NO ONE EVER MENTIONS IT AGAIN
Non-canon. It was part of "Cartoon Network Invaded", a crossover special that saw aliens invading who were seeking cheese after Bloo put out a message for them when he assumed the character Cheese was an alien rather than an imaginary friend, they then came seeking the actual food product.
>Part one was "Foster's Home For Imaginary Friends"
>Part two was "Ed, Edd 'n' Eddy"
>Part three was "My Gym Partner's a Monkey"
>Part four was "Camp Lazlo"
>Part five was "The Grim Adventures of Billy & Mandy"
There were small things linking each episode up, with Cheese being the overarching thing that the aliens were after. For that EEnE portion, I recall Jimmy got a parcel in the mail that was sent by Frankie in the Foster's ep (Each subsequent episode had one of those gifts arrive), and in the MGPAM episode that followed, one of the character's was reading about the Cul-De-Sac abduction in the paper.
Also, in an extended ending to the Billy & Mandy portion, it was then shown that each show had an alien agent spying on them the whole time (In the case of EEnE it was Plank), they attempt to eat the brains of a character from each show, but it backfires because they got the most retarded characters from each (So Ed was among those). Then they revealed this was all taking place near the Moonbase from "Codename: Kids Next Door" so they got a quick cameo before all was said and done.
That's not how divergent timelines work, he went back to earlier in his own timeline, it only became alternate because of him traveling there. the only timelines that were destroyed were the ones he created.
Here's the newspaper from that Gym Partner episode that followed EEnE
And here's Ed with the other morons, looking kinda weird because they drew him in the Billy & Mandy art style.
>that episode when Nicole was scrubbing down Gumball's naked pubescent body in a public shower in front of a bunch of other naked pubescent boys
>that episode when stewie became pregnant of brian's baby
>that episode when peter tried to marry chris
>that episode when chris jerked off his grandpa
>that episode when brian ate stewie's shit
>That episode where Brian drunkenly made out with Meg and then Meg kidnapped him with the intent of raping him.
>That episode where Meg and Chris went to a Halloween party and hooked up because they didn't know it was each other due to their costumes.
>That episode where Lois cheats on Peter with Bill Clinton, and then at the end when Peter attempts to confront Bill, he fucks him too.
>That episode where Meg gets a boyfriend and then Lois cheats on Peter with him.
>That episode where Peter gets lost at sea and comes back to find that Lois remarried Brian
>That episode where they go on vacation and Brian tries to force himself on Lois
>That episode where Peter has an affair with a cardboard cutout of Kathy Ireland
>That episode where Peter keeps getting naked around Brian, so to retaliate, Brain shaves himself and rubs his naked body all over Peter's.
>That episode where Quagmire and Peter come super close to having gay sex in order to get the hooker Quagmire drunkenly married to agree to a divorce.
>That episode where Quagmire has sex with Joe unwittingly as part of a Halloween prank.
>That episode where they all think the world is gonna end and Quagmire tricks Joe into letting him bang Bonnie.
>That episode where Stewie disguises himself as a high school student and dates Connie, takes her to "Anal Point" where she rejects him due to having a baby penis, he then gets her arrested as revenge by ditching the disguise and making out with her in the hallway naked.
>That episode where all the kids at James Woods High start fucking each other in the ear as a loophole for being abstinent following a scaremongering assembly, which leads to Peter attempting to fuck Lois in the ear and her having to rape him in order to have vaginal sex.
Christ, Family Guy has a lot of this shit.
>That episode where Robotnik got raped
>>That other episode of Hey Arnold where Curly snaps and uses dodge balls to hold hostages in a direct allegory to school shootings.
>The episode blames the victims
>Because they are partly responsible for creating a monster
>JUST LIKE REAL LIFE
I forget the name but I think it was about Veteran's Day. Gerald's Dad was either in Nam or the Gulf War and saved some guy and Arnold's grandpa told a story about WW2 and how he got into a fist fight with Hitler and fucked some hot french chick in a barn.
>People still had no idea that 90's and 2000's Cartoon Network were all connected as one canon
>Even if they did they never pick up on it being in real time, not just a promo thing
Why did they stop doing this?
> that episode of pepper ann where her hippie aunt gets too into a video game and goes full on war criminal
> that other christmas special of static shock where richie's dad is racist against black people
> the episode of authur where he beats his sister for breaking his model and everyone treats him like the bad guy for it
>That episode of Steven Universe that parodies the 1966 UT clock tower shooting
I thought it was parody of King of the Hill desu
>that episode where Courtney gave Ginger a blowup doll of herself
>that episode where a dog is forced to become a trap
>dat episode where the X-Men girls had enough of muh soggy knee, danced suggestively for 20 minutes while fighting street crime and almost got one of themselves killed if it hadn't for the boys secretly covering their asses
you can make a lot of post about how fucked up SU is.
>That episode when Sadie kidnapped Lars so she could fuck him
>that episode when big bad litterally got fucked over
>That episode when Steven went full Tetsuo
>That Episode episode when greg mindfucked his son so they could spend time together
glad i dropped that shit.its just not for me.
>The episode of My Gym Partner's a Monkey where the school is invaded by Pirates, Killer Bees, and Lawyers
>The halloween special that implies two small children found the murdered principal of the school in their locker, forcing the school to be converted into a school for animals
>The episode Adam beats up a little girl because he thinks she's Jake in drag
>The running subplot of the giraffe girl being in love with Adam that culminated in her beating up Adam's human crush
>The episode Adam locked everyone into a pizza place supply closet
Coming to think of it, Adam was the biggest threat in Charles Darwin Middle School.
>A boy named Adam is the biggest threat to a school named after Charles Darwin.
>t.e.w. fire cucks a child with confectionery
>that episode of Teen Titans where Robin is haunted by a psychological projection of Slade where the final confrontation is horrifyingly reminiscent of a rape scene if you close your eyes when it happens
That's not the whole thing.
>Robin start hallucinating from inhaling cremated ashes from the stolen mask of the corpse of a dead villain to the point of domestic violence and obsession
>Adam is ashamed of his animal friends and their antics and is continually trying to keep the favor of his human "friends"
>The only times he manages to succeed in life is when he gives into his animalistic instincts
i know kidsWB/CW4kids did it too but it was done pretty cheaply (stock footage edited over backgrounds with the VAs voicing the characters) since they didn't make/own most of their shows they aired
i believe some of them were...
> terry & agent J hanging out and watching a starting contest between bruce & agent K
> a road trip across america
> some johnny test villain kidnapping characters from other shows which actually created alternate endings to the shows that aired during that event
I want my 10th grade English teacher to leave.
Back when cartoons and Zone were still good.
I'm surprised TT was even a thing and for how long it lasted, other newer shows like it like Symbionic Titan and Young Justice are quickly killed off now, it's fucked up.