History Discontinuity / LiveActionTV

20th Jan '16 8:29:28 AM Apocrypha
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* While there were a lot of storylines that were not received well by parts of the fandom of ''Series/{{Angel}}'', there is none that is more hated than the ''entirety'' of [[SeasonalRot Season 4]], owing to the CharacterDerailment of fan-favorite Cordelia (including throwing away her three seasons of development with [[FanPreferredCouple Angel]] for a RomanticPlotTumor with the local BaseBreaker), abundance of {{Squick}} and NauseaFuel, introduction of severe {{Wangst}} and SkewedPriorities, and the entire plot requiring ''everyone'' to '''juggle''' the IdiotBall to even work in the first place.
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* While there were a lot ''Series/{{Angel}}'' has had its share of storylines that were not received well by parts of the fandom of ''Series/{{Angel}}'', divisive storylines, there is none that is more hated than the ''entirety'' of [[SeasonalRot Season 4]], owing to the CharacterDerailment of fan-favorite Cordelia (including throwing away her three seasons of development with [[FanPreferredCouple Angel]] for a RomanticPlotTumor with the local BaseBreaker), abundance of {{Squick}} and NauseaFuel, introduction of severe {{Wangst}} and SkewedPriorities, many character suddenly having SkewedPriorities and/or {{Wangst}}, and the entire plot requiring ''everyone'' to '''juggle''' the IdiotBall to even work in the first place.place. Cue most if not all fans pretending the whole thing never happened or writing FixFic.
20th Jan '16 8:26:13 AM Apocrypha
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* Various fan groups also choose to ignore parts of the ''Series/{{Angel}}'' series. Some stop after two seasons and some after three, some after four, etc. There were a lot of storylines that were not received well by parts of the fandom.
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* Various fan groups also choose to ignore parts of the ''Series/{{Angel}}'' series. Some stop after two seasons and some after three, some after four, etc. There While there were a lot of storylines that were not received well by parts of the fandom.fandom of ''Series/{{Angel}}'', there is none that is more hated than the ''entirety'' of [[SeasonalRot Season 4]], owing to the CharacterDerailment of fan-favorite Cordelia (including throwing away her three seasons of development with [[FanPreferredCouple Angel]] for a RomanticPlotTumor with the local BaseBreaker), abundance of {{Squick}} and NauseaFuel, introduction of severe {{Wangst}} and SkewedPriorities, and the entire plot requiring ''everyone'' to '''juggle''' the IdiotBall to even work in the first place.
18th Jan '16 7:09:12 PM KamenRiderKrypton
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*** When Jason, Zack,and Trini's actors left the show (after the first 80 episodes) followed by FakeShemp and ReplacementScrappy
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*** When Jason, Zack,and Zack, and Trini's actors left the show (after the first 80 episodes) followed by FakeShemp [[FakeShemp Fake Shemping]] and ReplacementScrappy [[ReplacementScrappy Replacement Scrappies]]
18th Jan '16 7:06:31 PM KamenRiderKrypton
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*** Fans ignore everything after the first thirteen episodes of season 2, the later episodes being plagued by FakeShemp s and StockFootageFailure
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*** Fans ignore everything after the first thirteen episodes of season 2, the later episodes being plagued by FakeShemp s [[FakeShemp Fake Shemps]] and StockFootageFailure
9th Jan '16 10:14:06 AM KamenRiderKrypton
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* Many fans choose to ignore the last two seasons of ''TheBrittasEmpire'', made at the behest of an (obviously desperate) BBC despite the departure of the original writers, Richard Fegen and Andrew Norriss. Criminally, the painstaking care that had gone into the 5th series and subsequent Christmas special 'finale' - in which every character was given a happy future life - had to be dismissed in one fell swoop. For series 6, the new team of hacks retconned the whole of Whitbury New Town Leisure Centre straight back to its original existence. (And just to rub it in, when the show did eventually wrap up after two years as a fairly shoddy pantomime of its former self, they dared to play the [[AllJustaDream]] card.)
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* Many fans choose to ignore the last two seasons of ''TheBrittasEmpire'', made at the behest of an (obviously desperate) BBC despite the departure of the original writers, Richard Fegen and Andrew Norriss. Criminally, the painstaking care that had gone into the 5th series and subsequent Christmas special 'finale' - in which every character was given a happy future life - had to be dismissed in one fell swoop. For series 6, the new team of hacks retconned the whole of Whitbury New Town Leisure Centre straight back to its original existence. (And just to rub it in, when the show did eventually wrap up after two years as a fairly shoddy pantomime of its former self, they dared to play the [[AllJustaDream]] AllJustADream card.)
9th Jan '16 10:07:18 AM KamenRiderKrypton
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** That episode in ''[[Series/PowerRangersTurbo]]'' with the giant pizzas? '''Never. Happened.''' Okay? Okay.
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** That episode in ''[[Series/PowerRangersTurbo]]'' ''[[Series/PowerRangersTurbo Turbo]]'' with the giant pizzas? '''Never. Happened.''' Okay? Okay.
9th Jan '16 10:04:42 AM KamenRiderKrypton
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** That episode in ''Turbo Rangers'' with the giant pizzas? '''Never. Happened.''' Okay? Okay.
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** That episode in ''Turbo Rangers'' ''[[Series/PowerRangersTurbo]]'' with the giant pizzas? '''Never. Happened.''' Okay? Okay.
9th Jan '16 10:02:40 AM KamenRiderKrypton
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*** When Jason, Zack,and Trini's actors left the show (after the first 80 episodes)followed by FakeShemp and ReplacementScrappy
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*** When Jason, Zack,and Trini's actors left the show (after the first 80 episodes)followed episodes) followed by FakeShemp and ReplacementScrappy
9th Jan '16 6:55:54 AM KamenRiderKrypton
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* Many fans choose to ignore the last two seasons of''TheBrittasEmpire'', made at the behest of an (obviously desperate) BBC despite the departure of the original writers, Richard Fegen and Andrew Norriss. Criminally, the painstaking care that had gone into the 5th series and subsequent Christmas special 'finale' - in which every character was given a happy future life - had to be dismissed in one fell swoop. For series 6, the new team of hacks retconned the whole of Whitbury New Town Leisure Centre straight back to its original existence. (And just to rub it in, when the show did eventually wrap up after two years as a fairly shoddy pantomime of its former self, they dared to play the [[AllJustaDream]] card.)
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* Many fans choose to ignore the last two seasons of''TheBrittasEmpire'', of ''TheBrittasEmpire'', made at the behest of an (obviously desperate) BBC despite the departure of the original writers, Richard Fegen and Andrew Norriss. Criminally, the painstaking care that had gone into the 5th series and subsequent Christmas special 'finale' - in which every character was given a happy future life - had to be dismissed in one fell swoop. For series 6, the new team of hacks retconned the whole of Whitbury New Town Leisure Centre straight back to its original existence. (And just to rub it in, when the show did eventually wrap up after two years as a fairly shoddy pantomime of its former self, they dared to play the [[AllJustaDream]] card.)
6th Jan '16 2:48:32 PM OddHack
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* Many fans of the E4 series “Series/Misfits” disavow the later seasons. How many seasons of “Misfits” there really were depends on who you ask. Some fans maintain that the series ended with [[spoiler:the departure (PutOnTheBus) of series regular Nathan Young, the death of recurring character Nikki, and the remaining cast members trading in their original powers for new ones]] at the end of series 2, while others will claim that the series ended halfway through series 4, [[spoiler:when Curtis Donovan’s [[HeroicSuicide committing suicide in order to avoid spreading the "zombie infection"]] marked the departure of the last original cast member from the series.]] Either way, most agree that Series 5, the last series of the show, never happened—between [[spoiler:the fact that all of the original Misfits had been either killed off or PutOnTheBus]] and the general deterioration of the plot and the cohesiveness and consistency of the storyline and characters, most would rather not acknowledge that Series 5 ever happened.
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* Many fans of the E4 series “Series/Misfits” ''Series/{{Misfits}}'' disavow the later seasons. How many seasons of “Misfits” there really were depends on who you ask. Some fans maintain that the series ended with [[spoiler:the departure (PutOnTheBus) of series regular Nathan Young, the death of recurring character Nikki, and the remaining cast members trading in their original powers for new ones]] at the end of series 2, while others will claim that the series ended halfway through series 4, [[spoiler:when Curtis Donovan’s [[HeroicSuicide committing suicide in order to avoid spreading the "zombie infection"]] marked the departure of the last original cast member from the series.]] Either way, most agree that Series 5, the last series of the show, never happened—between [[spoiler:the fact that all of the original Misfits had been either killed off or PutOnTheBus]] and the general deterioration of the plot and the cohesiveness and consistency of the storyline and characters, most would rather not acknowledge that Series 5 ever happened.
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