A hideous bat-like creature, the Murcielago has glowing red eyes and vicious rows of teeth when morphed. This creature emits an ear-splitting sound that is fatal to humans; blood comes out of the ears and nose, eyeballs burst and any nearby glass shatters. It is best to face off against a Murcielago with a hand-crank siren known as a Murcielago Matraca; this weapon emits a noise that temporarily renders the bat-creature incompetent.
"And they lived happily ever after." - Cinderella
In "Happily Ever Aftermath," the classic Cinderella story gets turned upside down when a happy couple is thrown into poverty after being ripped off by a Ponzi scheme, then turned away by the wife's stepfamily. When that stepfamily's matriarch is found dead in her apartment, it's up to Nick and Hank to investigate. This tale looks at what happens AFTER Cinderella finds her prince... proving that happily ever after is easier said than done. The episode elegantly paints the sibling rivalry featured in the original fairy tale, as the stepsisters harbor that same jealousy towards Cinderella, and the stepmother the same deep-seated resentment. But in this tale, Cinderella isn't so perfect herself; her jealousy and hatred towards her family, while justified in theory, spirals completely out of control. Looks like our fairy-tale princess isn't so picture perfect!
"'Wait!' the troll said, jumping in front of him.' This is my toll bridge. You have to pay a penny to go across.'" - Three Billy Goats Gruff
In the original story, three goats aspire to cross a bridge to reach greener pastures for grazing. But the bridge is manned by a fearsome troll, who eats anyone who dares to cross. The first two goats deceive the troll into letting them cross, with the promise of a bigger goat with more meat on his way. But the third goat is so big that he easily throws the troll into the stream with his horns and crosses the bridge.
"Leave It to Beavers" used the bullying theme from the fairy tale, encouraging the beavers to stand up to the Hasslich, who appropriately parallels the troll in the story. The timid Eisbibers were a perfect match for the goats and an easy target for the Hasslich. But like the big goat in the story, the Eisbibers had their own secret weapon on their side to save the day: Nick!