History Discontinuity / LiveActionTV

17th Jun '16 4:52:38 PM nombretomado
Is there an issue? Send a Message


* Most fans of ''That70sShow'' will testify that the 8th season didn't happen. Eric never went to Africa, Hyde never married a stripper or grew a porn 'stache, {{R|eplacementScrappy}}andy never joined the gang in Point Place, and Jackie definitely never dated Fez.

to:

* Most fans of ''That70sShow'' ''Series/That70sShow'' will testify that the 8th season didn't happen. Eric never went to Africa, Hyde never married a stripper or grew a porn 'stache, {{R|eplacementScrappy}}andy never joined the gang in Point Place, and Jackie definitely never dated Fez.
16th Jun '16 8:12:25 AM battlegrinder
Is there an issue? Send a Message


*** This later actually may have been removed from canon. Paris says on screen late in the show that he's never gone Transwarp. This directly contradicts "Threshold" and [[Wild Mass Guessing can be seen as proof that episode never happened...or that he repressed the memory, didn't want to bring it back up again, or the writers goofed]].

to:

*** This later actually may have been removed from canon. Paris says on screen late in the show that he's never gone Transwarp. This directly contradicts "Threshold" and [[Wild Mass Guessing [[WildMassGuessing can be seen as proof that episode never happened...or that he repressed the memory, didn't want to bring it back up again, or the writers goofed]].
16th Jun '16 8:10:18 AM battlegrinder
Is there an issue? Send a Message


*** This later actually ''was'' removed from canon. Paris says on screen late in the show that he's never gone Transwarp. This directly contradicts "Threshold" and can be seen as proof that episode never happened.

to:

*** This later actually ''was'' may have been removed from canon. Paris says on screen late in the show that he's never gone Transwarp. This directly contradicts "Threshold" and [[Wild Mass Guessing can be seen as proof that episode never happened. happened...or that he repressed the memory, didn't want to bring it back up again, or the writers goofed]].
9th Jun '16 5:15:04 PM nombretomado
Is there an issue? Send a Message


* Most fans of ''{{Roseanne}}'' prefer not to discuss or remember the whole final season -- reasonably so, as the ''entire thing'' was revealed in the series finale to be AllJustADream.

to:

* Most fans of ''{{Roseanne}}'' ''Series/{{Roseanne}}'' prefer not to discuss or remember the whole final season -- reasonably so, as the ''entire thing'' was revealed in the series finale to be AllJustADream.
29th May '16 9:48:31 PM MisterCPC
Is there an issue? Send a Message


** Many fans of the series are starting to ignore everything after the show's second season, where the character of Felicity Smoak went from being a fan favorite show to a widely-hated CreatorsPet, with Felicity taking a level in Jerkass yet always being treated as if she was in the right, while taking over the show as a SpotlightStealingSquad; eating up screentime from other characters and taking up subplots that could be used elsewhere. This has caused many viewers to only want to watch the first two seasons and then switch exclusively to spinoff series ''Series/TheFlash2014''.

to:

** Many fans of the series are starting to ignore everything after the show's second season, where the character of Felicity Smoak went from being a fan favorite show to a widely-hated CreatorsPet, with Felicity taking a level in Jerkass yet always being treated as if she was in the right, while taking over the show as a SpotlightStealingSquad; eating up screentime from other characters and taking up subplots that could be used elsewhere. This has caused many viewers to only want to watch the first two seasons and then switch exclusively to spinoff series ''Series/TheFlash2014''.
29th May '16 9:47:51 PM MisterCPC
Is there an issue? Send a Message

Added DiffLines:

** Many fans of the series are starting to ignore everything after the show's second season, where the character of Felicity Smoak went from being a fan favorite show to a widely-hated CreatorsPet, with Felicity taking a level in Jerkass yet always being treated as if she was in the right, while taking over the show as a SpotlightStealingSquad; eating up screentime from other characters and taking up subplots that could be used elsewhere. This has caused many viewers to only want to watch the first two seasons and then switch exclusively to spinoff series ''Series/TheFlash2014''.
29th May '16 10:23:37 AM Silverblade2
Is there an issue? Send a Message


** "Love and Monsters" is the most maligned episode in the revival for being an awkard cartoonish comedy [[spoiler: and ending with the protagonist's love interest living in a stab of concrete]]. For some the episode never happpened or [[UnreliableNarrator Elton's account of the events are distorted]].

to:

** "Love and Monsters" is the one of the most maligned controversial episode in the revival for being an awkard cartoonish comedy [[spoiler: and ending with the protagonist's love interest living in a stab of concrete]]. For some the episode never happpened or [[UnreliableNarrator Elton's account of the events are distorted]].
21st May '16 2:56:19 PM SorPepita
Is there an issue? Send a Message


* ZNation: 'Die Zombie Die...Again'. An episode fans pretty universally hate. It's a BizarroEpisode that turns out be be AllJustADream. It features only two of the main characters, and develops only one, and both of the featured characters are written out of the show two episodes later anyway.

to:

* ZNation: 'Die Zombie Die... Again'. An episode fans pretty universally hate. It's a BizarroEpisode that turns out be be AllJustADream. It features only two of the main characters, and develops only one, and both of the featured characters are written out of the show two episodes later anyway.
21st May '16 2:27:38 PM SorPepita
Is there an issue? Send a Message


** Some fans refused to acknowledged the second half of Season 3 after the SeriesFauxnale for how much [[BaseBreaker controversial]] [[VillainSue Ze]][[BadassDecay lena]] is.

to:

** Some fans refused to acknowledged acknowledge the second half of Season 3 after the SeriesFauxnale for how much [[BaseBreaker controversial]] [[VillainSue Ze]][[BadassDecay lena]] is.
21st May '16 12:50:49 PM SorPepita
Is there an issue? Send a Message


** The consensus among some fans is that the show ended with "Revelations," the last episode of the first half of Season 4. This means no [[spoiler:mutiny, no revelation of who the fifth Cylon is, what Starbuck is, what the Head characters are, the backhistory of the Final Five and the humanoid Cylons, that the Earth they find is not "our" Earth, the defeat of the Cylons, the resolution of Cally's murder, and the finding of Earth.]] That is a ''lot'' to toss out.

to:

** The consensus among some fans is that the show ended with "Revelations," the last episode of the first half of Season 4. This means no [[spoiler:mutiny, no revelation of who the fifth Cylon is, what Starbuck is, what the Head characters are, the backhistory backstory of the Final Five and the humanoid Cylons, that the Earth they find is not "our" Earth, the defeat of the Cylons, the resolution of Cally's murder, and the finding of Earth.]] That is a ''lot'' to toss out.



** Check out the 2009 Paley Center post-finale video, in which Ron Moore admits that he used up all of his initial ideas by the Season 2 finale, and everything after that was just written on the fly. And that he decided to kill and resurrect Starbuck mostly as a ratings gimmick, and he'd figure out ''why'' this happened later. And that he picked the Final Five Cylons based on shock value instead of plot logic. And that the entire reason they give up their technology is to explain making Hera mitochondrial Eve...and that the only reason they did ''that'' was in a desperate attempt to justify the amount of hype they'd been pouring into Hera since Season 2, without really knowing why she was important. And that he simply forgot what to do with President Roslin after Season 2 ended, and Mary McDonnell herself complained. And the point where he flat out likens his writing approach to freestyle jazz, making it up as he goes along, but his brilliance was in ''retroactively'' explaining how it all fit together - a textbook definition of TheChrisCarterEffect....yeah...why isn't this on the front page for this trope again? The entire second half of the series met with widespread criticism.

to:

** Check out the 2009 Paley Center post-finale video, in which Ron Moore admits that he used up all of his initial ideas by the Season 2 finale, and everything after that was just written on the fly. And that he decided to kill and resurrect Starbuck mostly as a ratings gimmick, and he'd figure out ''why'' this happened later. And that he picked the Final Five Cylons based on shock value instead of plot logic. And that the entire reason they give up their technology is to explain making Hera mitochondrial Eve... and that the only reason they did ''that'' was in a desperate attempt to justify the amount of hype they'd been pouring into Hera since Season 2, without really knowing why she was important. And that he simply forgot what to do with President Roslin after Season 2 ended, and Mary McDonnell [=McDonnell=] herself complained. And the point where he flat out likens his writing approach to freestyle jazz, making it up as he goes along, but his brilliance was in ''retroactively'' explaining how it all fit together - a textbook definition of TheChrisCarterEffect....yeah...TheChrisCarterEffect... yeah... why isn't this on the front page for this trope again? The entire second half of the series met with widespread criticism.
This list shows the last 10 events of 486. Show all.
http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/article_history.php?article=Discontinuity.LiveActionTV