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  • Moral Event Horizon: During his malfunctioning, Preston attempts to turn Wendolene and the sheep into DOG MEAT!!! Surely that qualifies. Not to mention him sentencing Gromit to life in the slammer.
    • Lord Victor Quartermaine is willing to kill the Were-Rabbit (even though he knows it's really Wallace) just so he can marry Tottington for her fortune.
  • Nightmare Fuel: Piella is a surprisingly terrifying villain, due in part to being a serial killer.
  • So is Preston, even before it becomes apparent that he's actually a killer robot. Though unlike Piella, he actually has a Freudian Excuse.
  • Tear Jerker: When Gromit runs away from home in Wrong Trousers and when Gromit cries over Wallace's apparently dead body in 'Were-Rabbit.
    • Another example is in "A Close Shave." In the last newspaper with the headline of Gromit going to jail for life that Wallace and Shaun are reading, both have tears in their eyes, as do several other sheep reading with Wallace and Shaun, as Wallace says, "Oh, Gromit," before he and the sheep look at a portrait of the two together.
  • The Woobie: Gromit, particularly in Wrong Trousers. Fluffles also qualifies up until the end of Loaf and Death.
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