Six Wild TV Fan Theories That Make a Whole Lot of Sense

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Shows like Lost had fans making up their own theories as to what was really going on for years, but such debate doesn’t have to be limited to “mystery” shows like that. Rather, fans have very interesting theories about seemingly normal shows.

This list compiles six popular theories about various shows you’ve watched and haven’t thought twice about. But now after reading this, I guarantee you’ll be thinking about each of them in a new way.

Star below with Courage, and keep reading for all the rest.

1. Courage the Cowardly Dog Guards Hell

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“Everyone here loves Courage, but who exactly is he? He’s a scared dog that does whatever he can to protect his home, Nowhere

Where is Nowhere? Is it the place there is nothing? No one? No Hope? Hell?

Courage protects his home and makes sure no one harms Muriel. His master sits in his chair and hates everything and everyone. Whenever something evil comes to attack or rule over nowhere, Courage fights back, keeping Muriel safe and Eustace’s home from being destroyed.

Muriel always sees a new head on Courage whenever something evil comes to warn her, giving him multiple heads.

Courage will forever stay in hell (Nowhere) to protect his home, keep Muriel (humanity) safe from the evils of hell (Le Quak [greed], Naughty Fred [murder], Katz [hate] and etc.). His master Satan (Ustace) will rule over and hate all that is Hell (Nowhere).

He is stuck in the middle of Hell, and loves his home. He is Cerberus, our courageous, cowardly dog.”

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