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Fridge Horror

  • On Pleasantville, the two protagonists are Trapped in TV Land and teach the citizens of TV Land to be more real, implying that everyone in the eponymous town was a real person who just needed to be "fleshed out", so to speak. But to do so, they take the place of Bud and Mary Sue, the children from the TV Show. Mary Sue is literally Put on a Bus to a college that showed up when the world became, well, realized. But this doesn't solve the problem with Bud, since David went back to the real world... and even worse, it creates a new Fridge Horror: Jennifer/Mary Sue never returned to the real world. Surely someone would have noticed at some point?
    • I just assumed that the real Bud and Mary Sue were in the real world, and learnt the same lessons from the other end.

Fridge Logic

  • Wow the mom is in color now! Great huh? Until you realise gaining colour is usually associated with sex, her husband was still black and white
    • Gaining colour was associated with Character Development. The husband gained colour when he felt real love for the first time. With regards to sex, the mom said her husband "would never do that kind of thing" for her, meaning he is oblivious of sex as much as she was. Hence the bathtub scene and the tree bursting into flames.
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