I watched a few.. And just had too....
#1: CAMP NIGHTMARE:
The camp is actually a hoax set up by the boy’s parents.. Okay, that would of been fine wait there.. But being Goosebumps, for some reason, it's so the boy can be prepared for an exploratory mission to a place called 'Earth'.. So they're aliens appearently.. Okay.. But WHY?
#2: THE BARKING GHOST:
The dogs turn out to be humans that have been transformed into dogs, so they transform Cooper and Fergie into dogs and take over their identities, then Cooper and Fergie transform them back but they accidently get transformed into squirrels or something like that, I don't know. Stine himself hates this book.
#3: SHOCKER ON SHOCK STREET:
If the book’s incredibly naff title isn’t enough of a clue that Stine may have been running low on ideas by this point, the twist – that the two main characters are actually robots – is clear proof.
#4: ATTACK OF THE JACK O'LANTERNS:
The Jack O'Lantern monsters are actually the main characters’ two friends in disguise – but they'reg also shape-shifting aliens who eat human flesh.. God, I HATE when that happens.
#5: MY BEST FRIEND IS INVISABLE:
The ghost is actually an invisible human, who reveals his Mum made him invisible because he's so hideous looking. It turns out the main characters all have tentacles and multiple eyes, and – in the universe in which the book is set – humans are actually an endangered species.. Sure, why not.
#6: MY HAIRIEST ADVENTURE:
The book ends with Larry, now a dog, watching his parents bringing home a newborn baby girl named Jasper. The baby has Jasper's yellow eyes. This implies that Dr. Murkin has now found a way to turn cats into people.
So remember kids, if your turned into a dog by a mysterious chemical. Your parents will just adopt another child, and forget you ever existed..
#7: DON'T GO TO SLEEP:
Matt remembers how boring his real life really is, and he says that he's back to his boring old reality again. Then the two Reality Police come back and say "Boring- Oh, Matt, the fun's just beginning!" Then the attic door slams shut, and the men laugh maniacally.
JONTRON: So remember kids. "never think". Other wise, your be taken to court by the Reality Police and put on trial simply because you wanted more out of life.
#8: THE GIRL WHO CRIED MONSTER:
A girl discovers the head of her summer reading programme is actually a rather unpleasant, turtle-eating monster. In the end. It turns out she (and her parents) are also monsters. Because of coarse they are.
#9: HORROR AT CAMP JELLYJAM:
Wendy and her brother Elliot get separated from her parents and end up at a weird camp, where (like every single other book Stine sets at a camp) odd stuff happens and children routinely disappear.. . It turns out the camp’s disappeared children are forced to work as slaves, cleaning a giant monster made of jelly.. Obviously.
#10: GO EAT WORMS:
Todd decides to abandon his worm hobby once and for all by tossing his worms out into the garden, and he begins to collect beautiful butterfly specimens instead, much to the delight of his sister.
Todd is then awakened by a giant butterfly holding a huge silver pin who has shown up to take revenge.
DOUG WALKER: You know! For kids!