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18th Feb '17 2:30:18 PM Klayman55
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* ''Series: The Walking Dead'': Many characters fit this definition, as the series focuses on a ragtag group of survivors as they progress through the apocalypse and interact with other groups.

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* ''Series: The ''Series/The Walking Dead'': Many characters fit this definition, as the series focuses on a ragtag group of survivors as they progress through the apocalypse and interact with other groups.
18th Feb '17 2:29:16 PM Klayman55
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*''Series: The Walking Dead'': Many characters fit this definition, as the series focuses on a ragtag group of survivors as they progress through the apocalypse and interact with other groups.
**Perhaps the most notable example is Carol Peletier. In the first few episodes of Season 1, she is literally a background extra in the group with no lines. Even when she is introduced, she continues to be a very sidelined character, as she is abused by her husband and is seen as quiet and weak. She scrounges up some courage (along with screen time and plot significance) when she hands Rick a grenade he had forgotten so that the group can escape the CDC. She was given a somewhat more prominent role in the next two seasons, somewhat just takes a backseat her daughter's disappearance. By season 4 & 5, she had become a fan-favorite character as she was given more screen time and evolved from a quiet victim to a motherly figure who became a cold-blooded killer when necessary.
3rd Feb '17 8:07:19 AM Heico
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* ''Series/X-Files'':

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* ''Series/X-Files'': ''Series/The X-Files'':
3rd Feb '17 8:05:44 AM Heico
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* ''Series/X-Files'':
** The Smoking Man began as an extra in the pilot episode. However he was brought back for cameos through the first season followed by increasingly regular appearances in following seasons which developed him into the show's most infamous antagonist.
18th Jan '17 4:36:06 PM dmcreif
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** Mike Ehrmantraut was first introduced in the season 2 finale as a cleaner sent by Saul, got an increased role in season 3, became a main cast member in season 4 and season 5A, and then the secondary lead of the ''Breaking Bad'' prequel/spinoff ''Series/BetterCallSaul''.
** Gus Fring was introduced late in season 2, as another distributor, then becomes a member of the main cast for seasons 3 and 4. Gus had originally been intended to just be a recurring character, but Creator/GiancarloEsposito believed Gus's mysteriousness compelling enough that he rejected offers for guest appearances and insisted on becoming a series regular.

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** Mike Ehrmantraut was first introduced in the season 2 finale as a cleaner sent by Saul, got Saul. He gets an increased role in season 3, became 3 as it's revealed that he also is Gus Fring's main enforcer. He's then a main cast member in season 4 and season 5A, and then 5A up until he is killed. And he's now the secondary lead of the ''Breaking Bad'' prequel/spinoff ''Series/BetterCallSaul''.
** Gus Fring was introduced late in season 2, as another distributor, then becomes a member of the main cast for seasons 3 and 4. Gus had originally been intended to just be a recurring character, but character. However, Creator/GiancarloEsposito believed Gus's mysteriousness compelling enough that he rejected offers for guest appearances and insisted on becoming being a series regular.main cast member. This turned out to be for the best. Gus would again be brought back for ''Better Call Saul'' beginning in season 3.
20th Dec '16 2:51:09 PM gb00393
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** House Tyrell were pretty much cyphers in the books, but show!Loras and Margaery are far more proactive and important in the show storyline.

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** House Tyrell were pretty much cyphers in the books, but show!Loras and Margaery are far more proactive and important in the show storyline. This applies especially to Margaery. Furthermore, their grandmother Olenna is a relatively minor character in the books, so only her interactions with Sansa are directly analogous to the books.


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** Shae's scenes in the book consist almost entirely of her liaisons with Tyrion, while in the show she serves as a CoolBigSister to Sansa, giving her chances to interact with other characters like Cersei and Ros.
** Craster appears in only two chapters of the books and the fate of the mutineers is very subtly implied in a third. The show expands what he does with his sons and what happens to the mutineers into a minor arc.
** In the books, Orell is killed by Jon in the skirmish where he meets Ygritte, but the show gives him a few of Varamyr Sixskins' traits and expands him into Jon's antagonist for Season 3.
** The captive squires Willem and Martyn Lannister (along with Tion Frey) are just mentioned in the novels, but get a couple of scenes in Season 3. One of these actors, Dean-Charles Chapman, was later recast as Tommen Baratheon as well.
** After being created for one scene in "The Bear and the Maiden Fair", the writers expanded Myranda's role as Ramsay's paramour in later seasons.
** Rickon quite possibly gets more screen-time in "The Rains of Castamere" than in all his previous appearances put together.
** Tommen and Myrcella Baratheon are little more than placeholders until Seasons 4 and 5 respectively.
** The Sand Snakes are secondary characters in the books whose main purpose thus far is to be WarHawk sounding boards for the Dornish protagonists Doran and Arianne. The show plays up the Sand Snakes as antagonists to Jaime and Bronn's AdaptationExpansion adventure to the region.
** Mossador was a face in the crowd with two or three lines in "Oathkeeper" but appears on Daenerys' small council in "The Wars to Come".
** Tormund Giantsbane has a minor role in the books; in the series he's basically the leader of the Free Folk on-screen. In the same way Mance Rayder has a smaller role than the books. He is shown in just a few scenes until his departure in Season 5 (while in the Books he is still alive).
11th Dec '16 8:02:02 PM JohnLandon
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* ''Series/Babylon 5'':

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11th Dec '16 8:01:33 PM JohnLandon
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* ''Series/Babylon 5:

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11th Dec '16 8:01:05 PM JohnLandon
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** Zack Allan. He first appears in a Season 2 episode with a group of security guards. A few episodes later we get his last name "Allan". Later in the season we get his first name, "Zack". In Season 3, he is in the main credits, and is eventually promoted to Security Chief in Season 4 when the original Security Chief quits. He's the only one of the "Old Guard" left on Babylon 5 when it is decommissioned in 2281. He's the last of the major characters to see Sheridan alive.
5th Nov '16 6:20:59 PM nombretomado
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* Thanks to ''The Next IronChef'', Michael Symon, initially a challenger on ''Iron Chef America'' , ascended to a position of Iron Chef. [[spoiler:In season two, Jose Garces, who had defeated Iron Chef Bobby Flay, joined him.]]

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* Thanks to ''The Next IronChef'', Series/IronChef'', Michael Symon, initially a challenger on ''Iron Chef America'' , ascended to a position of Iron Chef. [[spoiler:In season two, Jose Garces, who had defeated Iron Chef Bobby Flay, joined him.]]
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