"This story has similarities with "Filbert's Funeral" creepypasta. I just wanted to point that out before people go "HURRR DURRR YOU JUST COPIED FILBERT'S FUNERAL CREEPYPASTA". And also, this only made up. This really isn't supposed to scare you anyway. I made this just for fun. ^-^" Sure, pal. Whatever helps you sleep at night.-DannyCity
"Oh! And let's not forget that it has similarities with "Dead Bart", too!" -VanaV
The PastaEditYou know how the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation has a weird way of counting Danny City episodes? They refuse to count a couple of them, making the amount of episodes inconsistent. The reason for this is a lost episode from season 1.
Finding details about this missing episode is difficult, no one who was working on the show at the time likes to talk about it. From what has been pieced together, the lost episode was written entirely by Danny G. During production of the first season, Danny started to act strangely. He was very quiet, Mentioning this to anyone who was present results in them getting very angry, and forbidding you to ever mention it to Danny.
I first heard of it at an event in 1992 when the show 1st came out and Danny was speaking. Someone in the crowd asked about the episode, and Danny simply left the stage, ending the presentation hours early. Oddly enough, The episode's production number was 7G05, the title was Satin Guy's Funeral. The episode labeled 7G05, Danny Guy's D.O.L Weapon, was made later and given Satin Guy's Funeral's production code to hide the latter's existence.
In addition to getting angry, asking anyone who was on the show about this will cause them to do everything they can to stop you from directly communicating with Danny G.
It all started when I soon got a job at CBC headquarters making episodes for seasons 5-7 on Danny City back in early 1996. I got fired from the studios in 1998 for fucking up to much. Near a desk, I saw a dvd on the ground and it said "Danny City, lost episode". I was curious and took the dvd home.
I went up to my bedroom and put it in my DVD player. When the intro started to play, the animation looked very rough, like it wasn't finished yet. The audio was also pitched down two octaves and was very distorted. So after the intro, of course, a warning was shown. It said:
"This episode is meant to not be distributed to the public, as this episode is only a project.
This DVD itself is a lost episode of season 1 of Danny City, and we were going to kill off Satin Guy for being "too weak".
View at your own risk. These images may stay in your mind for quite a long time."
Then, the title of the episode was shown in a black background, white text and no music.
The name of the episode was "Satin Guy's Funeral". As you would expect, I was very shocked. But I thought at first that this was maybe just a morbid joke, seeing how this episode looked somewhat unfinished. It skipped the pre-title card thing. I snagged a screenshot of it, imported it to Paint.NET and saved it to my computer. I still have the file, called it "image62.png". So I finally got to see the episode.
Act one itself started with Danny Guy sitting on the couch in his living room, which was unusually messy and swarming with flies. There was no sound but a soft static noise, and instead of the usual perky, pastel colors, the overly vivid hues bled into each other, giving everything a morbid, chaotic look. The silence continued until the episode was about a minute in, but was broken when the phone rang in a distorted tone.
“Hello?” Danny Guy asked in an unnervingly monotonous voice.
The soft sound of another voice could be heard on the other line, and for a single frame, an image appeared, but was gone before I could get a good look.
“Yes, I understand. Tuesday at 3, right,” he said in the same tone before hanging up. The camera zoomed in to show his face in disturbing detail, and he silently mouthed the word “Satin Guy” before starting to cry.
The image flashed again, and my already heavy heart skipped a beat when I saw what it was. It was Satin Guy drawn in the same hyper-realistic style as Bart's corpse with his eyes gone and blood dripping from his mouth (from the lost Simpsons episode, "Dead Bart").
Danny Guy started screaming Satin Guy’s name, the word getting louder and louder with each cry. The crying went on and on, it got more pained, and sounded more realistic, better acting than you would think possible. The animation started to decay even more as he cried, and you could hear murmuring in the background. The character could barely be made out, he was stretching and blurring, he looked like deformed shadows with random bright colors thrown on him.
This crying went on for all of act one.
Act two opened with Danny Guy still crying Satin Guy's name. he touch his eye and cried. he cried really loudy and super loud. Then, shows to the scene where he had soulless black eyes and he was in black and white. His mouth was completely gone. I snagged another screenshot of it, imported it to Paint.NET and saved it to my computer. I still have the file, called it "dannyguy.png". The picture scared the crap out of me. Screaming was heard in the background. the screen switches back to that sick image of Satin Guy.
And so ended act two.
Act three began with Dr. Beanson entering, in his normal happy manner.
“Hey, Danny Guy! What-” His sentence ended abruptly, and he looked at Danny Guy, who was still colorless, mouthless, and still had those hollow eyes. He looked at him for maybe 30 seconds in silence, then directly at the camera for the next 30.
"Satin Guy.... he..... he's in a..... better place now......" Dr. Beanson coldly said.
Danny Guy then went into hysterics, but not in the normal, cartoonish way of his. He sounded genuinely pained, and it was hurting me to see this, to hear the beloved characters in this horrible state.
The screen then faded to black, and soon cut to the inside of a funeral home. The characters were all inside, sobbing, the sounds of them all filling the screening room. It zoomed in on the same shot of Satin Guy, and stayed there for the remainder of act two.
Act four began with Satin Guy's funeral. Satin Guy's dead body was in the coffin. Dr. Beanson started to crying and said "I want Satin Guy back!". Dr. Beanson gives Satin Guy a cheese and puts it on his body. "Satin Guy, this is for you" he sobbed. He sobbed on Satin Guy's body. The final image was Danny Guy and Dr. Beanson in the living room, Like in the beginning, but all drawn in the hyper-realistic, lifeless style of Satin Guy's corspe.
The lost episode ends with black background and text saying:
"Satin Guy died. The series is over. Goodbye."
Then the credits rolled, for some reason only listing: Made by Beelzebub.
Then the screen cut to black. As I sat there for one minute, an extremely bone-chilling text popped up.
"You have killed Satin Guy, and this is all your fault. You could've saved him, but it was too late. You are nothing but a pathetic human being and you don't even deserve to be one. Well, laugh at this: Guess what, you're next."
At first, I was very curious about who or what was responsible for causing Satin Guy's death. It was me! But I didn't do it! I didn't fucking kill Satin Guy! I swear to God, I didn't!
I was scared. The disk ejected out of the DVD player by itself and I smashed it into its and bits of pieces with a meat hammer. I proceeded to flush the bits down the toilet.
It is unknown who made this, but funeralsatinguyclip uploaded clips of it.
This episode was fortunately never aired in Canada the United States or Russia, but it actually aired in some other countries, and it still haunts my dreams till this day. The show was cancelled in 2011.