The Loop (TV)
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- Adorkable: Hannah.
- Asshole Victim: At least some of the people who use the Book of Pure Evil probably deserve what's coming to them.
- In the second episode, the science teacher who belittles Hannah and is sleeping with two of his students.
- The basketball coach who threatened to disown his own son for his shoddy performance.
- The old Satanists, including Atticus' father.
- Hey, It's That Guy!: Jay? What are you doing here? And where is Silent Bob?
- It's a Canadian TV Show. Constant HITG's are to be expected if you've seen more than one Canadian TV show. Case in point? There's the original short the show is based on, and.... Hey! It's Spinner!
- Also Hannah is Kathi from Darcey's Wild Life.
- Brody, the blond stoner always hanging around outside the school, is more of a Hey, It's That Voice! in a live-action show. Thanks to his Surfer Dude voice, Total Drama Island viewers can recognize him as Geoff and Bakugan fans as Jake.
- Holy Shit Quotient: The second season finale reveals that Hannah's parents experimented on the Book of Pure Evil and the three metal dudes are apparently immortal magic-users. Not only that, but Todd expels the Book of Pure Evil from the school, Atticus becomes trapped in its pages and Hannah dies as a result of her connection to the book. At least until a new Hannah emerges from a cloning tank in the basement of the Crowley Heights retirement home.
- Jerkass: The main character, Todd. All the cast demonstrate shades of this from time to time, however.
- Protagonist Centred Morality: Most of the main characters have used the book; they're among the only ones who haven't been karmically punished for this with a horrible death.
- Tear Jerker: The death of Hannah, followed by Curtis' heartbroken declaration that he blames Todd.
- Too Dumb to Live: Most of the students at Crowley High. Seriously, with all the deaths that occur in the school, does no one ever question the wisdom of casting a spell from a flesh-covered tome that mysteriously appears amidst your belongings?
- The book only ever appears to those who are at their lowest point. It can sense those who are desperate enough to use it.
- Woobie: Simon and Leslie are two examples. He was bullied just for being gay and wanted acceptance and understanding for being different; Leslie was bubbly, but socially awkward and just wanted some friends. In both cases, the other students realized they'd essentially cast spells with the Book and kill them. If anything, it shows just how much of a Crapsack World the characters live in or how ruthless the Book is.
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