Top 10 "What the Hell" Cartoon Episode EndingsBasically, as the title suggests, we will look at some of the most bizarre and at times confusing endings from cartoon episodes. The endings that either come out of nowhere or leave your head scratching asking yourself "What the Hell Just Happened".
Never really cared for the episode and the ending was the main reason for that. It's humor that a twelve year old and his friends would come up with. It makes no sense, it's there for lack of a creative and good ending, and it's just completely stupid.
Yeah, I remember that episode when I was younger, it was the bizarre ending that I just seen and it makes me scratch my head even more, this is considered to be one of the strangest episodes I've got to see.
That episode used to scare the crap out of me when I was younger, mainly the gorilla and what he did to Spongebob, Patrick, and Sandy. Now I think it's weird and funny.
When I was younger, I used to turn the T.V. off at the exact moment the live action family turned it off. I don't know why. I just did it.
I don't know who's worse, The fox from the original or Buck Cluck from "The one we don't talk about".
This moment is one of the many reasons why I find season 1 of this show overrated.
Everyone, why I think season 1 of this show is overrated.
*Sees image of Loud House family twerking* I think I just lost all interest in The Loud House for good.
Loud House is garbage anyway.
After having a horrible day playing hookey from school Arnold and Gerald return to school to find that there was a surprise carnival at school and they just missed it which is a very unrealistic ending.
Unrealistic but funny I suppose.
The Titans receive no punishment for their actions and Santa gives in to their demand by abolishing the Naughty list and gives presents to everyone Naughty or Nice, the moral of this episode if you don't get what you want keep complaining and throwing tantrums until you get what you want they even got away with murder.
Some real heroes here.
After forcing the entire family into anger management everything comes full circle as the Griffins get into a huge brawl with each of the family beating one another, Peter vs Lois, Meg vs Chris and Brian vs Stewie as they violently kick the crap out of each other in violent and hilarious fight scene that could only happen in Family Guy.
I don't know this is pretty normal stuff for Family Guy.
I needed pills because is was so hard to digest.
Rose Quartz is Pink Diamond all along?
What was Rose's secret?
After breaking Phineas and Ferb out of detention center, Candace realizes that they have both become creatively numb. She tries to bring them back and realizes that it was all a dream. At breakfast, the family says something about Perry the Platypus being a secret agent. They are immediately surrounded and arrested by OWCA agents, and Major Monogram tells Perry that he will have to relocate- and that's when Perry wakes up and realizes it was all a dream.
It makes more sense if you watch it for yourself.
Throughout the episode, Finn and Jake were being helped by their hero Billy to create a portal to the multiverse in order to banish the Lich from Ooo forever. After collecting all the gems to activate the portal, it's revealed that the Lich had murdered Billy and had been wearing his skin in order to fool Finn and Jake. The two heroes try to prevent the Lich from entering the portal but are dragged into it. The episode cuts to a different-looking Finn and Jake in another dimension as Finn's mother calls the two of them into their farm home. This ending was the finale to Season 4 of the show and the story would be continued in the Season 5 half-hour special premiere.
SPOILER! : So if you have been watching all the previous episodes before this one you would know that Pops was the chosen one and he had to fight his evil twin brother to save the universe. So long story short, Pops gives his brother a hug and they fly into the sun. The universe is saved and Pops was lost. The others move on with their lives, quitting their jobs, getting married and having kids. When I watched the very complicated two or three episode long ending my mouth hung open. After the show I was like I need to process all of that for a while. So was Pops the main character? Hm...
This was actually a really clever episode. The ending came out of nowhere.
The ending of The Usual Suspects has nothing on this.
That's not a ending
That... wasn't an ending. It's like the episode didn't really go anywhere and of course the next one it was like nothing at all had happened.