History ContinuityNod / LiveActionTV

3rd Sep '17 9:37:15 PM AliceM
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* ''Series/{{Flashpoint}}'': In the episode "Never Let You Down", Leah gives the team wristbands memorializing Lewis, whom she replaced. Years later, in "Fault Lines", Spike and Wordy can be seen to be still wearing them. Wordy's is seen again in "The Better Man". Both are seen without them in later episodes, but, appropriately, Spike's can be seen during the last scene of the series in "Keep the Peace (Part 2)".

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* ''Series/{{Flashpoint}}'': In the episode "Never Let You Down", Leah gives the team wristbands [[spoiler: memorializing Lewis, whom she replaced. replaced.]] Years later, in "Fault Lines", Spike and Wordy can be seen to be still wearing them. Wordy's is seen again in "The Better Man". Both are seen without them in later episodes, but, appropriately, Spike's can be seen during the last scene of the series in "Keep the Peace (Part 2)".
3rd Sep '17 9:36:08 PM AliceM
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* ''Series/{{Flashpoint}}'': In the episode "Never Let You Down", Leah gives the team wristbands memorializing Lewis, whom she replaced. Years later, in "Fault Lines", Spike and Wordy can be seen to be still wearing them. Wordy's is seen again in "The Better Man". Both are seen without them in later episodes, but, appropriately, Spike's can be seen during the last scene of the series in "Keep the Peace (Part 2)".
28th Mar '17 6:42:05 PM nombretomado
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* British comedy sitcom OnlyFoolsAndHorses ended in it's final episode with the trio; Del, Rodney and Albert, walking into the sunset while they bickered with each other. During this, Rodney recalls several ridiculous scenarios that he got into throughout the series thanks to Del. These include him having being entered into a under 15 drawing contest and having to pretend to be a kid for a week, them being hunted by crime bosses in America after an identity mix up and several other call backs to old episodes.

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* British comedy sitcom OnlyFoolsAndHorses ''Series/OnlyFoolsAndHorses'' ended in it's final episode with the trio; Del, Rodney and Albert, walking into the sunset while they bickered with each other. During this, Rodney recalls several ridiculous scenarios that he got into throughout the series thanks to Del. These include him having being entered into a under 15 drawing contest and having to pretend to be a kid for a week, them being hunted by crime bosses in America after an identity mix up and several other call backs to old episodes.
18th Mar '17 2:08:57 PM nombretomado
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* Donna and Ringo's wedding in ''{{Neighbours}}'' is accompanied by Sam Clark's cover of Angry Andereson's "Suddenly". Ringo tells him that Paul put him on to it, having heard it at his brother's wedding years ago. This was, in fact, the song played over Scott and Charlene's wedding in 1987.

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* Donna and Ringo's wedding in ''{{Neighbours}}'' ''Series/{{Neighbours}}'' is accompanied by Sam Clark's cover of Angry Andereson's "Suddenly". Ringo tells him that Paul put him on to it, having heard it at his brother's wedding years ago. This was, in fact, the song played over Scott and Charlene's wedding in 1987.



** In the episode 'The Field Where I Died', Scully tells Mulder that she wouldn't change a day of their time together - "Except for that Flukeman thing. I could have lived without that just fine." The Flukeman was a well known monster of the week from season two.
** In 'Pusher', the Flukeman appears on a magazine cover in the teaser.
** In 'Dreamland' events occur (which are later [[ResetButton forgotten by everyone]]) in which Mulder's apartment is completely refurnished, acting as a comedic stinger at the end of the show. Several episodes later in 'Monday' his waterbed becomes a plot point, and he's unable to tell anyone why he has a waterbed. "I...I think it was a gift."
** In 'Patience', one of the first episodes of season 8, where Scully works with new agent John Doggett, they go into a dark attic. Doggett produces a flashlight...

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** In the episode 'The "The Field Where I Died', Died", Scully tells Mulder that she wouldn't change a day of their time together - "Except for that Flukeman thing. I could have lived without that just fine." The Flukeman was a well known monster of the week from season two.
** In 'Pusher', "Pusher", the Flukeman appears on a magazine cover in the teaser.
** In 'Dreamland' "Dreamland" events occur (which are later [[ResetButton forgotten by everyone]]) in which Mulder's apartment is completely refurnished, acting as a comedic stinger at the end of the show. Several episodes later in 'Monday' his waterbed becomes a plot point, and he's unable to tell anyone why he has a waterbed. "I...I think it was a gift."
** In 'Patience', "Patience", one of the first episodes of season 8, where Scully works with new agent John Doggett, they go into a dark attic. Doggett produces a flashlight...



** In 'Clyde Bruckman's Final Repose', a PhonyPsychic or NotSoPhonyPsychic called Stupendous Yappi is introduced. His photo is occasionally seen in the newspapers later on, e.g. in 'Pusher' or 'Small Potatoes'.
** At the end of 'Fallen Angel', Mulder picks up Max Fennig's baseball cap. It hangs on a coat-stand in Mulder's office in 'E.B.E'.

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** In 'Clyde "Clyde Bruckman's Final Repose', Repose", a PhonyPsychic or NotSoPhonyPsychic called Stupendous Yappi is introduced. His photo is occasionally seen in the newspapers later on, e.g. in 'Pusher' or 'Small Potatoes'.
** At the end of 'Fallen Angel', "Fallen Angel", Mulder picks up Max Fennig's baseball cap. It hangs on a coat-stand in Mulder's office in 'E.B.E'.
8th Mar '17 7:16:09 AM DrOO7
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** In the first season, it's explained that Tony snagged a nice apartment for cheap because it was the site of a triple homicide. '''''14 years later''''', this was the basis for the plot of a recent episode when the apartment's new occupant, [=McGee=], is nearly killed by two intruders seeking loot left behind the original murderer (they were all involved in a smuggling operation).
19th Feb '17 9:14:25 PM DrOO7
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** The show frequently does this. '''''Many''''' episodes or storylines have referred to past events. In particular, Season 12's "Check", where the BigBad taunted Gibbs by replicating the murders of Jenny Shepherd (occurred in Season 5), Mike Franks (occurred in Season 8), and capped it off by luring Gibbs and ex-wife Diane to a rooftop. Cue Gibbs' dawning horror as he looked at the surroundings and realized Diane was about to be sniped down just like Caitlin Todd a decade earlier (Season 2).
4th Jan '17 4:22:22 PM gb00393
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* ''Series/GameOfThrones'': There is hardly any hair on King Renly Baratheon's bare chest in "What Is Dead May Never Die," so despite his discomfort of having it shaved, he has plainly allowed his lover Ser Loras Tyrell to continue this practice on him since "The Wolf and the Lion."

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* ''Series/GameOfThrones'': ''Series/GameOfThrones'':
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There is hardly any hair on King Renly Baratheon's bare chest in "What Is Dead May Never Die," so despite his discomfort of having it shaved, he has plainly allowed his lover Ser Loras Tyrell to continue this practice on him since "The Wolf and the Lion.""
** Sansa takes comfort in the doll her father gave her in "Lord Snow" during the battle in "Blackwater".
** After its sack in "Valar Morghulis", the model of Winterfell in the opening credits is shown burnt and broken.
** The mounted boar's head Joffrey shot in "Dark Wings, Dark Words" is still there in "Oathkeeper".
5th Nov '16 6:21:08 PM nombretomado
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* An interesting case of a ''literal'' ContinuityNod on ''IronChef America'': in the opening, the Chairman nods in respect to a yellow bell pepper-the symbol of his uncle and predecessor, Chairman Kaga.

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* An interesting case of a ''literal'' ContinuityNod on ''IronChef ''Series/IronChef America'': in the opening, the Chairman nods in respect to a yellow bell pepper-the symbol of his uncle and predecessor, Chairman Kaga.
30th Oct '16 5:25:57 AM DaibhidC
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* The Coal Hill Academy memorial wall in the ''Series/DoctorWho'' spin-off ''[[Series/{{Class 2016}} Class]]'' lists Clara and Danny, Susan, the headmaster from "Remembrance of the Daleks", Mr Dunlop from "The Magician's Apprentice", and a teacher and two students killed in Creator/KimNewman's novella ''Time and Relative''.
21st Aug '16 6:47:51 PM eowynjedi
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* In ''Series/WolfHall'', Thomas Cromwell sends Jane Seymour a book of sleeve patterns, and she shows him she's used it next time they meet; the cuffs are distinctive. In subsequent episodes, a close look shows that even on different dresses, she's still using that pattern.
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