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Turns Out 'Fraggle Rock' Was Pretty Obsessed with Death

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Ever wonder why episodes of Fraggle Rock always leave you in a somber silence, gloomily contemplating that we, like Doozer construction, are ephemeral, existing only to be too-quickly destroyed? Well, here's the likely answer in Of Fraggles & Death, a supercut that collects the show's shockingly frequent mentions of death and dying into a single morbid montage, setting the groundwork for the Boober-Ross model of grieving mortality. Sure, you can dance your cares away, but you can never escape time itself, Gobo.

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