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In the palace, Doflamingo and the captured Riku Doldo III are observing the outcome of the battles. Doflamingo is certain that Luffy won't make it out of the Colosseum and that Franky, who is causing a ruckus at the moment, will be defeated by his associates. He states that their only pieces left are Zoro, Kin'emon, Robin and Sogeking. An unconscious Law is shown chained to the heart seat.




One Piece Episode 666



Me and my brother Jordan were the only ones at home. I was watching TV in the living room and turned the TV a little bit down. The episode aired on FOX at 2:00 AM. The theme was done much more morbid. It had demonic singing and very creepy laughter. After the intro, it showed a piece of Russian text, saying "You can't survive like this beyond death". My chest pounded, but I continued to watch.


Then it faded to Oggy in his basement, with real-life dead people, and a demonic voice said "Join us in hell". For 000.010 milliseconds, the screen flashed "666". I was about to vomit, so I ran upstairs until I realized the bathroom door was locked for some reason. I went back to the living room and had no choice to watch the rest of the episode. I got out a brown bag and puked enough to feed an army.


I continued watching, and it showed a new scene. What freaked me out the most is that, well, it faded to a picture, right? It had my little brother, or a little boy that looked very similiar to him, dead. Brain pieces and blood was splattered everywhere. The guy that killed him with a shotgun was someone that looked A LOT like my father.


The cops said I probably had a bad dream, but I said I didn't. Good thing I recorded the episode, so I showed them that junk. They were surprised at what I showed them. They said they would investigate and trace the person who created the episode.


"Hello, thank you for contacting us about this episode. One thing, how on Earth did you find out about that? Listen, we're very sorry your dreams are now crushed. Basically, we didn't make this episode. A person we fired made it, and he was always depressed. He was a very quiet staff, like quiet as a mouse. We didn't put the satanic/demonic voices, dead people, and everything in. We're not that sick.


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  • Both used and subverted in the SCP Foundation. SCP-616 is a hellish door with a strong Brown Note effect and vaguely specified "bad things" happening when it opens, but SCP-666 seems slightly more benign. There's also SCP-666-J, called the Roaring Flames of Hell, but it's just a dinner entrée; it sets off apocalypses (yes, multiple) in one's intestines.

  • In v4 Open Blue, the date of the foundation of the Axifloan Coalition is June 6th, 1666. In v5, that day is when Princess Elizabeth of Avelia is assassinated, prompting the three largest members of the Coalition to secede and declare war on one another. Most people in-universe consider it the day the Coalition ended (even though it still exists if weakened).

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  • In Mr. Plinkett's review of Star Wars Episode III: Revenge of the Sith, when he got to talk about Order 66, he pretended to be George Lucas and decided that the Kill E'm All code phrase should be "an evil-sounding number". At first he considered "666" but rejected it because he thought it was "too obvious."

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  • Parodied in Courage the Cowardly Dog, when the characters (Except for the titular dog, who is forced to sleep outside because of the No Dogs Allowed Rule) book a room at Hotel Katz, they are given room number 666.

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  • The Simpsons: The Treehouse of Horror part of one episode had Lisa and Bart going through the occult section of a library. Dewey Decimal System designation? 666. (For the curious, the actual designation would be 130 or 133. 666 is assigned to "ceramic and allied technologies".)

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  • The South Park season 1 episode "Damien" manages to sneak in a couple of visual references. At the very start of the episode, a group of number magnets on the wall have three red sixes next to each other, and the chalkboard has a sum that adds up to 666.

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  • Amanda from Bunsen Is a Beast subverts this every now and then, such as when she claimed that her makeovers for her class photo cost her $667.

  • In Hotel Transylvania: The Series, episode "Buggin Out", Mavis delivers room service to a room only to realize that the card was upside down, as it was actually supposed to be delivered to room 999 (for a second you can actually see 666 on the card). In another episode, Mavis' uncle mentions room 665B.

  • Dr. Zitbag's Transylvania Pet Shop: The episode "Grime Doesn't Pay" has Officer Deadbeat entrusted with keeping a criminal named Fingers Malone locked up, who is first referred to as Prisoner 666.

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  • Teen Titans: "Birthmark" gives us a more subtle example. It is Raven's Dangerous 16th Birthday, where she is concerned about the prophecy concerning her demonic father, and we open with her laying on her bed staring at a clock, saying, "6 p.m. Just six more hours and it will all be over. Six more hours." She probably didn't notice that she said the number 6 thrice.

  • In the T.U.F.F. Puppy episode "T.U.F.F. Choices", the Indecision Ray that Snaptrap buys from the Chameleon is shown to have the price of $666.66.

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