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Review: Are You Afraid of the Dark? episode The Evil Chamelon
Are You Afraid of the Dark? episode "The Tale of the Chameleons"
A young teenage girl named Janice Robinson (played by Tia Mowry) is bitten by a new breed of chameleon in a pet shop. A young boy nearby smiles evilly and says "Bite you once, bite you twice, a little water, and pay the price." The chameleon follows her home. Janice gets bitten again and has a nigh ...more
From: dante , 151 months, post #1
the morph was not the best i've seen but it good.
the girl into chameleon try to come back is body but is friend have to chosse who is the real and who is the false. i have seen this episode only on french. excuse me if my english is not perfect

From: SuperSleuth , 144 months, post #2
The Friend has to choose which victim is actually the Chameleon. When she sprays one with a water hose, it shrinks into a Chameleon, saying something like "how could you do this-". Anyway, the Chameleon gets thrown down a conveniantly placed well and it turns out that the Friend guessed wrong. The real Chameleon then says "I hope you know how to swim" secretly to the victim then goes to have her Chameleon family replace the victim's human family (and friend).

From: guest (kfp) , 91 months, post #3
Sounds like a light "Invasion of the BodySnatchers"

evil Soviet spies and all that cold war stuff

From: Eric , 91 months, post #4
Lighten up, I think it is just what it is a VERY effective horror story. I also don't think the Chameleon replaced the friend. Just the family as the girl knew of the chameleons and the bites. Besides I think she kinda liked her at the end!

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