Heart Face Goes to a Greek Theater
This page is about a screamer or shock site, whose original copy has been deleted.
Heart Face Goes to a Greek Theater is a screamer project uploaded by KindlePop734 on April 15, 2020, on Scratch. The creator of this project made a response to the article that is seen below in a now-deleted post.
First, the animation depicts Heart Face (a heart-shaped character with a happy expression) with the stock "Garden" music playing in the background. "I can't wait for the play to begin!" he exclaims. Then a duck appears and declares: "I can't wait for my friend to arrive!"
Then the pufferfish (supposedly Duck's friend) appears and says: "What a beautiful day, isn't it?". However, a picture of a terrifying man's face appears and screams at the viewer. The following screen appears: "Didn't I scare you? Have fun washing your pants!", accompanied by a brief xylophone melody and a bonk sound for the "humorous effect".
Temporary removal and safe version
On October 25, 2021, the project has been removed from Scratch because it is "too scary" for it. In retaliation, the creator started working on "R.I.P. Heart Face Goes to a Greek Theater", containing the safe version of it subtitled "The S
uissy Edition", which has three takes, each with their own safe versions of the screamer. The project was uploaded on November 19, 2021. A few months later, the original project was restored, rendering the latter obsolete.
Same as the original, except the screamer has been replaced with the scene from "I GONE BROKE SCRATCH CAT" by reddab5, which shows a broken Scratch Cat spazzing out over a GIF of the yellow crewmate from Among Us twerking (the "Among Us Twerk" GIF by VAL (@ScreechyAurora)) while flashing rainbow colors and playing the sped-up version of Leonz's "Among Us Drip Theme Song" in the background. The following screen appears: "Didn't I scare you? Have fun washing your pants!", accompanied by a brief xylophone melody and a bonk sound for the "humorous effect." The text then changes to "Wait, I DIDN'T scare you?", followed by the cartoon version of the creator's sad face with the arrow labeled "loosurr" (sic) pointing at it, accompanied by the "Lose" jingle. We cut to the black screen with the text "All right, let's try something else."
Same as before, except the dialogue is changed. Heart Face instead exclaims "I can't wait for this dumb, stupid play to start!" Then the same duck appears and instead declares: "I don't want to be in this play!"
Then the pufferfish appears and says: "I don't want to hear your opinion, Mr. Duck!" instead of the usual line. However, instead of the usual screamer, we cut to an open refrigerator. The text appears, reading in order "Aren't you scared?", "There is nothing in the fridge!!!!!", "And all it has is...", "Mr. Bean the Pig!!!" In the last text, multiple copies of the pig version of Mr. Bean appear 20 times, each accompanied by the stock "Dun Dun Dunnn" sting. (the reorchestrated version of "Shock Horror (A)" by Dick Walter) Each sting is played on top of the other, making into a wall of noise. We cut to the black screen with the text "AAAAAAAUUUUUGGGGHHHH you're not scared, are you?", stopping all sounds. The text then changes to "Well, I was just playing with you. This one is SURE to make you jump out of your pants with your skeleton jumping out of your skin.", "Are you ready?", and "Let's go!" before the final take.
Same as before, except the dialogue is again changed. Heart Face instead exclaims "Forget it! I'm not going to watch this dumb play!" Then the same duck appears and instead declares: "I'm getting sick and tired of the same lame scene!"
Then the pufferfish appears and yells: "SOMEBODY GET ME OUT OF THIS PROJECT! IT'S LIKE GROUNDHOG DAY!" instead of saying the usual line. However, instead of the usual screamer, a segment with Calvin and Hobbes begins (a follow-up to the first "Calvin and Hobbes Funny Video" episode by the same creator).
Calvin and Hobbes Funny Video 1.5
We start with Calvin and Hobbes in the former's room with the cardboard box (implying to be a combination of the Transmogrifier, the Duplicator, and the Time Machine). The duo and the room are intentionally poorly-drawn.
Calvin tells Hobbes that he came up with a new invention that will somehow change the world. Hobbes wonders what it exactly does, with Calvin answering that it can transmogrify, duplicate, and time travel all at once. In order to test out his latest invention, he places WALL-E inside it and orders Hobbes to press the button.
Hobbes then proceeds to reach his finger for the button and press it, activating the machine. Five seconds of awkward silence is followed up by canned laughter.
Calvin asks Hobbes did he saw what happened. Hobbes answered "No." Calvin said it is because he traveled WALL-E back in time to 1 million (1 megaannus) BC. Hobbes then wonders how it is doing.
We cut to 1 million BC. Frankenstein's monster named "Urk" talks to a group of WALL-E's with elongated slug-like eye stems (which is a result of Calvin's machine), saying that he thinks good and invented modern Internet humor. Urk then proceeds to "da-da".
Back to the present time, Calvin asks Hobbes what he is going to do with the invention. Mr. Bean wants to try it out, but Calvin resists it because he does not know about its capacity. Regardless, Mr. Bean tries it anyway, and so Calvin proceeded to activate the invention.
Calvin soon is having a bad feeling and tries again to ask Hobbes what he is going to do with the invention, but he simply answers "No." Calvin is confused. Hobbes, again, answers "No." Calvin already knew the answer and asks Hobbes why he does not want to use the invention, but to no avail. Angered, Calvin threatens to sell him to a boy with severe "hallucinating fantasy" disorder if he does not answer rationally because it is a serious situation. Hobbes tries to have a reason why does not want to use the invention, but he is a slow thinker. His reason is that he deems Calvin's invention to be "stupid." Calvin asks how is it "stupid," and Hobbes asks him why he needs to combine the Transmogrifier, the Duplicator, and the Time Machine instead of using them individually. Calvin says it is because his machine saves energy, which is a lie, as Hobbes states that it generates 1000 watts of energy, which is ten times more than Calvin's previous inventions combined. Calvin denies it as if it is such a big deal. Hobbes says that the machine produces lots of carbon monoxide, poisoning his own room and the outside. In order for Calvin to prove that it is true, he has to look out the window.
With a look of horror on Calvin's face, he witnesses that carbon monoxide (represented by multiple copies of the pig version of Mr. Bean with the "CO" over him) outside is overabundant.
The text appears, saying that Calvin never forgot how he destroyed the world. More text appears, "What a scary story, except it actually happened! (I think)", "The moral of the story is: don't remove my projects!!!111onety-one!", "...Or this could happen to the entire ecosystem! (Totally not making this up. :^])", and ending with "By the way, thank you guys for watching. Sorry for staying away for a long time; I've been through some happy and sad times. I will make more projects soon, so you can follow me again if you've unfollowed me. So long again! Bye!".
"What a beautiful day, isn't it?"
The screen after the screamer.
NOTE: The following project contains a screamer!
- The removal response and safe version: scratch.mit.edu/projects/601132920/