“Well, blow me up!” (photo credit: Johnny Boston)

Here’s the basic premise of every episode of Popeye:

Popeye has to rescue Olive Oyl from being raped by Bluto.

That’s not creepy at all, is it kids?

Add in the fact that the guy mumbled like a mental patient; he liked punching cows so hard that they flew up in the air and turned into a butcher shop; and he had three identical “nephews” and yet had no discernable siblings, and the whole thing is quite disturbing.

Popeye, 6.0 out of 10 based on 2 ratings

Creepiosity Index:
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One Comment → “Popeye”

  1. NY2LA

    7 years ago

    And now we know why Olive Oil was so passive aggressive toward Popeye!


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About the Author of ‘Creepiosity’

David BickelBesides being one of the world’s most respected creepiologists, David Bickel is a writer and producer who has been working in television since Clinton was president. His credits include “Hiller and Diller” starring Richard Lewis and Kevin Nealon, and a nine-year stint on the Emmy-nominated show “The King of Queens.” He is currently working on the series he developed, “Motorcity” for the Walt Disney Company.