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Butt Monkey: All three main characters receive their own fair

And right after that, the blind orphans perform a musical number, and one walks the wrong way. Bookcase Passage: Found using Shaggy Search Technique. Brainwash: An actual business in Malaria, the Brain Wash, where Igor takes Eva to turn her evil, and Brain gets a literal washing. Camp Straight: Dr. Schadenfreude can be rather campy, but he is definitely straight. Chekhov’s Gag: During the scene where Eva is brought to life, Scamper throws the switch before he and Brain were to do it at the count of three, much to Brain’s chagrin. Later on, when they’re going down the recycling chute to save Igor, Brain says they’d jump on the count of three, then shoves Scamper in before he says ‘3’. Chekhov’s Gun: The “wish you weren’t there” card. Conveyor Belt O Doom: The Igor Recycling Plant. Schadenfreude’s invention?” Cute Monster Girl: Eva turns out to be fairly pretty despite being meant to look monsterous, even after having her evil bone activated. Dark Reprise: Eva sings the evil version of “Tomorrow” from Little Orphan Annie. Deadpan Snarker: Scamper. Also Jaclyn and Dr. Schadenfreude towards eachother. Death Seeker: Scamper again, but he can’t die. The Ditz: Brain. Dragon Ascendant: Dr. Schadenfreude took King Malbert’s throne, though it was very brief. Emperor Scientist: King Malbert Evil Versus Evil: Evil scientists compete at the science fair. Schadenfreude also wants to overthrow Malbert. http://www.replicahandbagstc.com Schadenfreude is just as surprised as everyone else when he learns of King Malbert’s betrayal. Evil Tastes Good: Subverted. Dr. Glickenstein made an evil lasagna that tasted good, but it didn’t kill anyone, thus making it not truly evil. Fake Ultimate Hero: Dr. Schadenfreude wins the Evil Science Fair every year, but he does so by stealing an invention from another Mad Scientist. Fauxtivational Poster: “Who doesn’t like tortured kittens?” Four Temperament Ensemble: Igor (Choleric), Eva (Plhegmatic), Scamper (Melancholic) and Brain (Sanguine). Frankenstein’s Monster: Eva. Fur and Loathing: Jaclyn’s baby seal boots. Gentle Giant: Eva. mine’s bigger than average. right?” “If she’s having a woman problem, it’s all yours.” While Igor is convincing Eva that she needs to smash monsters for her “role,” there’s a random diagram on the wall labeled “UST.” Gladiator Games: The Evil Science Fair, where Mad Scientists’ inventions duke it out to be the last one standing.

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