History AllThereInTheManual / LiveActionTV

20th Jul '17 7:39:42 AM KneadToKnow
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* ''Series/{{Firefly}}''. While Joss Whedon probably would've explained it all had the show not been [[ScrewedByTheNetwork screwed over so badly]], if you want to know Shepherd Book's past you need to read a comic book titled "The Sheperd's Tale", which was released in late 2010.

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* ''Series/{{Firefly}}''. While Joss Whedon probably would've explained it all had the show not been [[ScrewedByTheNetwork screwed over so badly]], if you want to know Shepherd Book's past you need to read a comic book titled "The Sheperd's Shepherd's Tale", which was released in late 2010.
16th Jun '17 5:42:19 AM gb00393
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** Ramsay's dogs are not directly named in the show, but in the books they're referred to as the "Bastard's Girls".
8th Jun '17 3:22:47 PM gb00393
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** Locke is, apparently, the master-at-arms at the Dreadfort, which makes him the Boltons' most senior commander after Roose himself and Ramsay.

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** Locke is, apparently, apparently the master-at-arms at the Dreadfort, which makes him the Boltons' most senior commander after Roose himself and Ramsay.Ramsay.
** Steelshanks' true name is Walton.
4th Jun '17 4:51:00 PM gb00393
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** Locke is apparently, the master-at-arms at the Dreadfort, which makes him the Boltons' most senior commander after Roose himself and Ramsay.

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** Locke is is, apparently, the master-at-arms at the Dreadfort, which makes him the Boltons' most senior commander after Roose himself and Ramsay.
4th Jun '17 4:50:33 PM gb00393
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** Locke is apparently, the master-at-arms at the Dreadfort, which makes him the Boltons' most senior commander after Roose himself and Ramsay.
4th Mar '17 4:10:21 PM nombretomado
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* ''Series/BuffyTheVampireSlayer'' has a whole bunch of stuff contained in non-show stuff. Hell, the universe is continued in the comics.

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* ''Series/BuffyTheVampireSlayer'' has a whole bunch of stuff contained in non-show stuff. Hell, the universe is continued in the comics.[[ComicBook/BuffyTheVampireSlayer comics]].



** Though the MilestoneCelebration episode "Forever Red" from ''Series/PowerRangersWildForce'' is considered a fan favorite, it contains a few PlotHoles, namely how both Jason (the original Red [[Series/MightyMorphinPowerRangers Ranger]]) and T.J. (the second Red [[Series/PowerRangersTurbo Turbo Ranger]]) are able to morph despite having lost their powers. Writer Amit Bhaumik has said the answer to at least one of these questions can be found in an obscure ''Power Rangers'' mini-series MarvelComics put out in the 90's, which had a story where Lord Zedd restored the original Power Coins (which had been destroyed in Season 3 of ''Series/MightyMorphinPowerRangers'') and gave them to his new team of [[PsychoRangers Dark Rangers]]. Bhaumik claims that he considers the story canon, and that Jason had simply reclaimed his original Power Coin from Osamu (the Dark Red Ranger in the comic) prior to the events of "Forever Red."

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** Though the MilestoneCelebration episode "Forever Red" from ''Series/PowerRangersWildForce'' is considered a fan favorite, it contains a few PlotHoles, namely how both Jason (the original Red [[Series/MightyMorphinPowerRangers Ranger]]) and T.J. (the second Red [[Series/PowerRangersTurbo Turbo Ranger]]) are able to morph despite having lost their powers. Writer Amit Bhaumik has said the answer to at least one of these questions can be found in an obscure ''Power Rangers'' mini-series MarvelComics Creator/MarvelComics put out in the 90's, which had a story where Lord Zedd restored the original Power Coins (which had been destroyed in Season 3 of ''Series/MightyMorphinPowerRangers'') and gave them to his new team of [[PsychoRangers Dark Rangers]]. Bhaumik claims that he considers the story canon, and that Jason had simply reclaimed his original Power Coin from Osamu (the Dark Red Ranger in the comic) prior to the events of "Forever Red."
23rd Feb '17 9:45:03 PM Anddrix
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* The very first episode of Miranda Hart's TV sitcom ''Miranda'' began with a "Previously On" opening, quickly recapping earlier events that were important plot points. There ''was'' a previous series--on radio, where these sequences were originally fleshed out.

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* The very first episode of Miranda Hart's TV sitcom ''Miranda'' ''Series/{{Miranda}}'' began with a "Previously On" opening, quickly recapping earlier events that were important plot points. There ''was'' a previous series--on radio, where these sequences were originally fleshed out.
25th Jan '17 1:02:47 AM ZheToralf
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* Series/GameOfThrones Leaves most of it's background and backstory in extremely vague terms, giving only enough exposition to follow the current spot. This is filled by the "Complete History and Lore" features on the home video releases.
15th Dec '16 11:01:55 AM gb00393
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* ''Series/GameOfThrones'' has The Complete Guide to Westeros which is included in the Bluray releases. The Season 2 Bluray includes not only the Histories & Lore section by also a War of the Five Kings feature that explains stuff like the origin of the Brotherhood Without Banners, the Houses that declare for Renly and then for Stannis, and even why the Greatjon is missing from Season 2.

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* ''Series/GameOfThrones'' ''Series/GameOfThrones'':
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has The Complete Guide to Westeros which is included in the Bluray releases. The Season 2 Bluray includes not only the Histories & Lore section by also a War of the Five Kings feature that explains stuff like the origin of the Brotherhood Without Banners, the Houses that declare for Renly and then for Stannis, and even why the Greatjon is missing from Season 2.2.
** Karl Tanner was never named on-screen in Season 3, leading several early reviews to use names from other characters used to composite him, such as Dirk.
** The names of Daenerys' dragons were this for a long time. Drogon is finally name-dropped ''thirty'' episodes after his introduction and his brothers Rhaegal and Viserion had to wait for the Season 5 premiere.
** The names of countless minor characters and extras are provided only by the books. For instance, the deserters who attack Bran with Osha are called Stiv and Wallen, the Kingsguard knights who attack Brienne in "The Ghost of Harrenhal" are Ser Emmon Cuy and Ser Robar Royce, and Cersei's girlhood friend in "The Wars to Come" is Melara Hetherspoon.
20th Oct '16 8:48:24 PM Berrenta
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** During the Disney era of ''PowerRangers,'' there were a lot of things that were placed on the shows website or in promotional materials that never actually showed up on screen. During ''Series/PowerRangersDinoThunder,'' Disney's site for the series said that Ethan developed a way for them to teleport across the city by text message. ''[[Series/PowerRangersJungleFury Jungle Fury]]'' gave Lily's name as Lily "Chill" Chilman, a nickname she was ''never'' called by. Finally, never once in the entire season was it mentioned exactly what ''[[Series/PowerRangersRPM RPM]]'' stood for (It's Racing Performance Machines, if anyone cares.) Whether it's AllThereInTheManual, AbortedArc, or TheyJustDidntCare is a matter of debate.

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** During the Disney era of ''PowerRangers,'' ''Franchise/PowerRangers,'' there were a lot of things that were placed on the shows show's website or in promotional materials that never actually showed up on screen. During ''Series/PowerRangersDinoThunder,'' Disney's site for the series said that Ethan developed a way for them to teleport across the city by text message. ''[[Series/PowerRangersJungleFury Jungle Fury]]'' gave Lily's name as Lily "Chill" Chilman, a nickname she was ''never'' called by. Finally, never once in the entire season was it mentioned exactly what ''[[Series/PowerRangersRPM RPM]]'' stood for (It's Racing Performance Machines, if anyone cares.) Whether it's AllThereInTheManual, AbortedArc, or TheyJustDidntCare is a matter of debate.)
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