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I believe this is from the episode The Forbidden Hat of Gold.
I have been desperately searching for an image of the stone golem from this episode wearing the fluffy white coat and posing. If there is some wonderfully kind individual who can secure me a picture or a gif or this scene, you'd make a random stranger very very happy.
Any help is appreciated.
Yes I know I missed some.
This ep easily scared me the most
I cant find this memes origin ANYWHERE does anyone know anything? If it's a fan art or if it's from the show?
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My partner and I recently showed Courage the Cowardlh Dog to his younger teen brother. He wasn't very amused, but I definitely ignited my nostalgia. Recently bought some alcohol markers and have been creating images of the villains in the show. Here is Queen Of The Black Puddle for you all ✌🏻
Mine's Mr. Nasty considering that he was Eustace without any redeeming qualities.
I mean there's no denying that he's a cruel and grouchy old farmer who's got no qualms mistreating both his wife and dog but despite this he also had a bad childhood which explains his behavior.
Fair to say that this is just my opinion, I rewatched the whole series over the pass month to which I made this ranking during the process. I am taking personal nostalgia as a big factor here which see's season 3 and 4 episodes ranked higher than most lists mainly because of the excitement I had as a kid watching them as they would initially air. The new factor of an episode did a lot for me as a kid since this was my favorite show. I have seen season 1 and 2 countless times as a kid but I wasn't cognitive when they first aired yet It felt like I've seen reruns of them numerous times. This made the airing of season 3 and 4 big for me if that makes any sense. Another among the factors is how much they scared me as a kid; The windmill episode and Return the slab are ranked highly by that aspect. The only other factor would be just pure entertainment, that is all.
I always thought King Ramses was the scariest villain in the show considering that he was a creepy mummy who wanted his slab back and wouldn't hesitate to torture his victims with curses if they don't return said slab back.
has eustace ever called courage anything other then "dog"?
i can literally hear eustace’s voice saying it lol. that’s what grocery shopping feels like in 2023 need to find it to screenshot so bad