The DARKEST Alvin and the Chipmunks Episode EVER! 😿| Ruined

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  • Published on:  12/2/2018
  • I’m not going to lie to you guys, I’m incredibly upset right now. NerdWire’s producers made me watch Alvin and the Chipmunks episode "Cookie Chomper III", and I am NOT OKAY. This is single-handedly the most effed up episode of television I’ve ever seen. I’m Whitney Van Laningham, and I honestly don’t even have to ruin this one, because THIS ONE RUINED ME. Keep watching because today, I’m going to ruin Cookie Chomper III, and your entire life. #ruined#alvinandthechipmunksSubscribe For More Obsev Now! ►► https://bit.ly/2MUgI0i►►►►Check out our site: http://www.obsev.comLike us on Facebook: http://facebook.com/obsevFollow us on Twitter: http://twitter.com/obsevstudiosFind us on Instagram: http://instagram.com/obsevWatch us on ROKU: https://channelstore.roku.com/details...TopBuzz: https://www.topbuzz.com/user/64881988...
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  • Jamie Roberts
    Jamie Roberts 8 months ago+294

    I just realized how huge those chipmunks are

  • Keira jenner
    Keira jenner 8 months ago+234

    David looks a little like prince Eric from the little mermaid.

  • Maximus Prime
    Maximus Prime 8 months ago+104

    Cookie Chomper III. Its just supposed to teach kids about grief after the death of a pet or loved one.
    Damn Millennials.

  • Cynthia Chan
    Cynthia Chan 8 months ago+211

    Dark? This is actually what we need. Some episodes that deal with the harsh realities that kids face so that they know that they aren't alone.

  • Rinnu Skariah
    Rinnu Skariah 8 months ago+154

    RIP cookie chopper III

  • bourgeoisHellion
    bourgeoisHellion 8 months ago+30

    Daddy wasn't always weirdly sexual, especially not for children...and while the story may be sad, it's a "dark" lesson I don't mind Alvin, Theo, and Simon teaching. They're pretty much the same age as the intended audience, it works.
    *This is the equivalent of that episode where Big Bird had to be explained that Mr. Hooper died, but with a cat that lasted one episode. Writer's did a good job getting you attached.
    *I'll tell you this: there's at LEAST one darker episode on Codename: Kids Next Door.

  • Dakota Adams
    Dakota Adams 8 months ago+29

    I have to disagree, all parents and programs need to discuss death. I've known some parents to lie to their children about death and they still believe that they will come back not fully understanding their not coming back after a few years as cute as it sounds it's also a little sad

  • AlexReynard
    AlexReynard 8 months ago+40

    Hot garbage. It takes so very, very little effort to take anything meant for children that's not as bland as a blank wall and label it DARK and SHOCKING. It's not long lazy clickbait, it's telling that so often these 'dark' moments are just acknowledgements of reality.

  • SuperHappyCake
    SuperHappyCake 8 months ago+22

    You can’t retroactively give something a sexual connotation; the “daddy” thing is only recently popular for couples to use.

  • FilmmakeroftheFuture
    FilmmakeroftheFuture 8 months ago+64

    I just realized that Dave looks like Prince Eric from The Little Mermaid!

  • Gay isopod
    Gay isopod 8 months ago+35

    Tbh I don't see how beating up stuffed animals is sociopathic, like cmon, let kids be kids, dude

  • geardog24
    geardog24 8 months ago+100

    Most episodes about death involve an old relative passing away, but this was too much even in the 80's.

  • samantha suiter
    samantha suiter 8 months ago+25

    Beating up a stuffed dino is NOT the same as harming a living creature. That's an insaine correlation

  • Austin Chamberlain
    Austin Chamberlain 8 months ago+90

    Boys beating up stuffed animals... Sociopathy?
    Where are you from? Quebec?

  • Lucinda Mobley
    Lucinda Mobley 8 months ago+24

    Okay if this is what you call dark and traumatizing your parents must have kept you in a padded house with only cutesy stuff on tv where nothing went wrong. I saw stuff like this on tv all the time when I was little. And the thing with Alvin choking a stuffed animal, you need to read The Lord of the Flies and see what you think about your theory cause newsflash, LITTLE BOYS TEND TO BE ROUGH WITH THEIR TOYS! If they upgrade to torturing small animals and enjoying it, then we can talk. Plus you want to talk about some truly disturbing stuff to see as a kid, I watched Watership Down when I was 9. And then a few years later when I was about 14 or 15 I saw Felidae. Those movies are truly disturbing. Good, but disturbing. You do need to protect your children from seeing the really heavy stuff that's in adult tv and movies, but there are certain concepts they they need to be exposed to and need to know how to handle especially when they get older. Finally, kids don't think about things in the same light. A lot of the stuff I saw in Disney movies and other stuff as a kid I didn't really find disturbing or all that upsetting until I was grown. Like when Mufasa died in The Lion King. I saw that movie a million times growing up but it's only now that it makes me cry, mainly because Mufasa reminds me of my dad and Scar reminds me of my Uncle Rodney. Little kids need time for their minds to grow and understand things like that.

  • Rockmusicforever90
    Rockmusicforever90 8 months ago+152

    I've been looking forward to this. I kinda remember this episode while watching this video I was thinking what happen to the kitten again? didn't the kitten get ran over by a car Once when Whitney said the kitten got ran over by a can I scream I knew it!!! I use to love Alvin and the chipmunks when I was a kid I use to love Alvin and the Chipmunks meet the Wolfman I guess that's were I got my interested in werewolfs.
    I was gonna ask if Whitney can do a Ruined episode for All dogs go to Heaven I saw that movie as a teen I remember that movie been dark and depressing but I don't want Whitney to get depressed

  • H a R m I o N
    H a R m I o N 8 months ago+29

    My kittens died just a few weeks ago...
    I should not have watch this video...
    I'm litereally in tears damm it...

  • Violet Spellman
    Violet Spellman 8 months ago+6

    I love 80s/90s Alvin and the Chipmunks, and I'm so glad you made this video! The Chipmunks have kind of been forgotten lately. The new show that's out right now is baddd

  • William White
    William White 8 months ago+95

    I love your outfit girl,stay adorable.

  • Marcus Iversen
    Marcus Iversen 8 months ago+11

    The cartoons You guys had in the 80s and 90s are way better than what we have now