Pingu was a show that had a clay penguin named Pingu and it showed his adventures. Ted left an apparent suicide note claiming he was going to live in Antarctica. The butcher slit the penguin's throat and it died from blood loss. I looked at it, compared it to Wikipedia's list, and I noticed something was wrong with the final series. The same thing happens during the last scene when Pingu wakes up and tells his mother about the dream. The body of Pingu's mother fell down.
A distorted voice said something backwards. Ted was immediately hurt by this. As the bed tries to escape, the walrus takes the mattress from it and eats it like a bar of chocolate. But my curiosity overtook me. Mother calls the doctor and after checking Pingu over, the doctor steps outside to speak to Mother in privacy. Mom My child is obsessed with Pingu. He began submitting morbid ideas, such as Pingu killing all the other characters.
Pingu arrives at the school just as the teacher is ringing the bell for the start of class. You must be smart enough to play this backwards, because you're stupid enough to believe me. The ceiling fan was still on. I got in contact with Carlo Bonomi, the voice of all the characters. She began crying but it started to sound like laughing. I asked for a synopsis, but they refused to give me one, stating it was personal information.
It read: This is an unreleased episode of Pingu dated April 11, 1998 This originally planned to end the series, and this was actually released in some countries. It showed a bunch of cows getting slaughtered. I opened the second file, an avi file. Pingu is a Swiss stop-motion claymated television series created by Otmar Gutmann. Suddenly, it cut to black. I also remember the episode was about Pingu playing outside when he was supposed to be doing chores. She jumped up to the fan and blood splattered everywhere.
Suddenly, it cut to Pinga. The main character is the family's son and title character, Pingu. I heard a scream, a shout, and a very eerie voice that said something that still haunts me to this day. I explained the entire thing to him. But what made me sick more was that it wasn't clay blood.
He even asked Bonomi to do a voice of Pingu dying. The background continued to show the disturbing images. Pingu then tells his mother all about his frightening dream and she comforts him. The characters spoke some sort of penguin language. All of Pingu's friends are glad to see him and for the first time in his life, Pingu himself is gladder then he has ever been before to come to school. I got to the part where Pingu's mother was smashing plates.
I asked to them for a complete production guide of Pingu, they sent it to me via email. I pretended it was an interview, and I talked about Pingu. It began showing pictures of dead penguins. Pingu wonders what this is all about so he listens in at the door and then peers through the key hole and is shocked to see the doctor holding a syringe. As Pingu sleeps, the igloo jumps up and down before floating away. He hides quickly under the bed and while Mother and the doctor go to see if he has gone to the bathroom, he puts on his school backpack and rushes out of the room.
Sometime during the middle of the season, Ted's mother had been trying to reach something from the upper shelf. However no records claim he was ever there and he was last spotted in Santa Barbara, California purchasing a gun. I paused to go to the bathroom to vomit. Right after they had watched the episode, they discovered Ted was being charged with animal cruelty, beastiality, and murder. Suddenly it showed a penguin being stunned and then being hanged upside down. He then told me the story.
Ted was a quiet man, who usually wasn't that sociable. It was either food coloring or it was real. It cut back to Pingu's mother crying. Then a thought occurred to me to play the entire episode backwards, starting from the part where the distorted voice began. One was a notepad file. .
The credits were in Times New Roman. Pinga was lying down on the floor, her head was ripped off. Watch at your own risk. I see there are loads of other episodes on YouTube. Then the lights flickered and the power went out. The minute he lands at the bottom, Pingu suddenly wakes up from what was actually his dream and finds out that the slopy mountain is really his bed, which is still standing static in his bedroom and everything is all back to normal. But when she walks over to stroke him they have disappeared.