"The Monsters Are Due On Maple Street" Theme: Blaming someone so you won't be t


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  • After Les Goodman's car was working, all of the residents started to blame him for being a monster. Though, he was normal and innocent all along.
  • His car started working but ours won't. He's the monster!!!
  • No no no! Please I'm innocent really!
  • Around the middle of the episode, friends like Steve and Charlie start to blame each other on who's the monster or not. Within the process of this, it breaks their friendship.
  • You seem odd Steve huh?!
  • Be quiet Charlie, you're odd too!
  • The end of the episode ends off where the people start harming and even killing each other over their fears and suspicion.
  • No! It's you! You're the monster!!!
  • On Maple Street, all the electricity was off and cars wouldn't work. When Goodman's car was working, people suspected he wasn't normal.
  • Steve and Charlie were close friends in the beginning until Charlie started to become more judgmental. Charlie kept accusing people of being monsters. The two then got into an argument about who's the monster.
  • "The Monsters Are Due On Maple Street" Theme: Blaming someone so you won't be the scapegoat can lead to violence.
  • Everyone's house lights started to go on and off and it would keep repeating. This drove the residents insane and they ended up harming themselves!
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