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THEORY: Seth MacFarlane was Cryogenically Frozen in the 1960s
As a successful writer, animator, voice actor and director, with an estimated net worth of 100 million dollars, Seth MacFarlane is now a household name. But not everyone knows he was actually cryogenically frozen in the mid ’60s, for almost forty years. 
These are some of the clues I’ve gathered, proving beyond doubt that not only does this technology exist, but it was used by one of the most famous people around.

THEORY: Seth MacFarlane was Cryogenically Frozen in the 1960s

As a successful writer, animator, voice actor and director, with an estimated net worth of 100 million dollars, Seth MacFarlane is now a household name. But not everyone knows he was actually cryogenically frozen in the mid ’60s, for almost forty years.

These are some of the clues I’ve gathered, proving beyond doubt that not only does this technology exist, but it was used by one of the most famous people around.

(Source: College Humor)

8 Dark Theories About Children’s Movies and TV Shows
The Rugrats are just a figment of Angelica’s tortured imagination.
Goddamn, these people must think every Nickelodeon writers room was run by Franz Kafka. Apparently because Angelica has no real, meaningful connection with family or loved ones, she constructs younger, (literally) infantile playmates to belittle as an outlet for her rage. Thus, the babies are all actually dead or made up: Tommy died soon after childbirth, Chuckie died in the car crash which killed his mom, and Phil and Lil are Angelica’s bizarre imaginary reaction to the news of the their mother having a stillborn baby. Oof. Look. There are works of art that really do wrestle with this type of disturbing existential unrest, and then there are cartoons whose main character is a baby in a diaper named Tommy Pickles. And come on, is it not enough for you that there was an ACTUAL episode of this show which ended with Chuckie and his father literally UNZIPPING THEIR SKIN, REVEALING THEMSELVES TO BE ALIENS, THEN TAKING OFF IN A SPACESHIP AND FLYING BACK TO THEIR HOME PLANET?? A MOMENT THAT WAS NEVER ADDRESSED AGAIN?! Get your priorities straight, numbskulls. The Rugrats universe has bigger fish to fry. Keep Reading

8 Dark Theories About Children’s Movies and TV Shows

The Rugrats are just a figment of Angelica’s tortured imagination.

Goddamn, these people must think every Nickelodeon writers room was run by Franz Kafka. Apparently because Angelica has no real, meaningful connection with family or loved ones, she constructs younger, (literally) infantile playmates to belittle as an outlet for her rage. Thus, the babies are all actually dead or made up: Tommy died soon after childbirth, Chuckie died in the car crash which killed his mom, and Phil and Lil are Angelica’s bizarre imaginary reaction to the news of the their mother having a stillborn baby. Oof. Look. There are works of art that really do wrestle with this type of disturbing existential unrest, and then there are cartoons whose main character is a baby in a diaper named Tommy Pickles. And come on, is it not enough for you that there was an ACTUAL episode of this show which ended with Chuckie and his father literally UNZIPPING THEIR SKIN, REVEALING THEMSELVES TO BE ALIENS, THEN TAKING OFF IN A SPACESHIP AND FLYING BACK TO THEIR HOME PLANET?? A MOMENT THAT WAS NEVER ADDRESSED AGAIN?! Get your priorities straight, numbskulls. The Rugrats universe has bigger fish to fry. Keep Reading

Conspiracy Theories

If you believe it, you can achieve whatever this “it” really is.