Enoth of That "Whoa, whoa, whoa, okay, enough of that!"
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Now, if you hadn't seen SING, then you must know that Buster was sad about the palace's collapse. BUT WAIT. There is more. Here's proof that Buster was going through the stages of grief... but in a weird order.

1- Depression: This is obvious... he was really upset about the loss of the palace. NEXT.

2- Bargaining: Now, he was holding his father's image, BUT WHY. This goes with Depression as well.

3- Denial: Buster Moon is SHOWN denying he can't be with it (another Depression sign [AGAIN]) again, denying he can't do anything with the place gone,

4- Anger: Yes, Buster Moon WAS angry when he said "No," in a bit of a mad matter and guess what he does? Makes money by Car Wash like previously, not to mention he was Denying stuff again.. 

5- Acceptance: Yes, finally, Buster Moon accepts the fact that he can't do anything with the place. He feels helpless until Meena , Johnny , Gunter , Rosita helped Buster and made him happy again. So tragedic, isn't it? Also Buster doesn't show it well...


The stages of Grief. (Order: Denial->Anger->Bargaining->Depression->Acceptance)

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The 5 Stages Of Grief Explained

Here what the stages of grief are about:

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