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Alfred's Playhouse Pt. 3

rated 4.33 / 5 stars
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Dec 22, 2007 | 6:59 PM EST
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This is the conclusion to the Alfred's Playhouse Trilogy.
Melting into the hole of self-pity from a recent cutting frenzy, Alfred gets comfort from the love of his playhouse friends. And, yet again, the playhouse is not all that it seems - except this time, Alfred notices it. Another 'penetrating' realization involving the eggburts means that Alfred knows too much - and has to get a visit from his alter personality, Dictator Alfred. Will Alfred stay in denial in the ignorant bliss of his playhouse, or will he face his painful reality, the truth? And more importantly, will Dictator Alfred take power over Alfred?



Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

I find that in these kinds of animations, Emily has a writing style akin to David Lynch. She mixes unsettling psychological horror with fairly unsettling humor that results in a cartoon that is terrifying, somewhat humorous, and actually thought provoking. I wish that the rest of the Alfred Alfer cartoons kind of followed this story. I like her other Alfred videos, but this is the one that got me hooked. I thought that before I truly got interested in Emily's work, I assumed it was all porn and/or gore, and don't get me wrong, while she definitely has that in no short supply, it's nice to see that she is capable of writing an engaging story.


Rated 5 / 5 stars

what is dictator pickles saying at the very end of his rant? after "my own being, my own purpose and need" up until "i am dictator pickles!"


Rated 5 / 5 stars

one of best things i have seen in terms of psychological disturbingness.


Rated 5 / 5 stars

This episode actually help me realise some stuff about myself. Over all ending was amazing.

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Rated 5 / 5 stars

Everyone who doesn't believe disassociative identity disorder exists should watch this series. I was skeptical of it before, but now I understand how things like that can develop in a person's mind as a coping mechanism.
This trilogy is a very well-told story of mental illness and abuse which most definitely deserves 5 stars.

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