History EnsembleDarkHorse / LiveActionTV

20th Oct '17 4:27:57 AM Galiris8198
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** Doctor Carson Beckett would also fit this trope, started off as a recurring character in the first season before being promoted to regular for season two. Killed off in the third season. Only to be brought back in the fourth season after fan outrage caused a re-think.

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** Doctor Carson Beckett would also fit this trope, started off as a recurring character in the first season before being promoted to regular for season two. Killed [[spoiler:Killed off in the third season. Only to be brought back in the fourth season after fan outrage caused a re-think.]]
14th Oct '17 2:13:40 AM Flame
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** ''Series/KamenRiderExAid'': '''Kuroto Dan'''. The hammiest, funniest bastard in ''Ex-Aid'' with HeadsIWinTailsYouLose as M.O on the top. Also he is '''the''' MadScientist in franchise than basically runs on them. His expressions are FountainOfMemes and his god rants are legendary.
*** Taiga Hanaya and Kiriya Kujo. The first one for his EvilIsCool attitude and backstory of FallenHero. The second one for being the ConsummateLiar, having cool henshin pose, and woobish backstory.
13th Oct '17 5:15:19 PM KamenRiderOokalf
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** While the show is still running as of this writing, UchuSentaiKyuranger exploded with popularity before it even premiered. While fans were concerned about the massive team size, the cool suit design, epic scope, having not one, but '''four''' non-human (rubber suit actor) rangers, and the fact that it was a long requested space themed Sentai got everyone hyped.

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** While the show is still running as of this writing, UchuSentaiKyuranger ''Series/UchuSentaiKyuranger'' exploded with popularity before it even premiered. While fans were concerned about the massive team size, the cool suit design, epic scope, having not one, but '''four''' non-human (rubber suit actor) rangers, and the fact that it was a long requested space themed Sentai got everyone hyped.
8th Oct '17 1:55:11 PM nombretomado
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* ''{{Popular}}'': April Tuna. The sexually aggressive nerd was the weirdest and often best part of the show.

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* ''{{Popular}}'': ''Series/{{Popular}}'': April Tuna. The sexually aggressive nerd was the weirdest and often best part of the show.
23rd Aug '17 10:01:38 PM TheDisgaean
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** While the show is still running as of this writing, UchuSentaiKyuranger exploded with popularity before it even premiered. While fans were concerned about the massive team size, the cool suit design, epic scope, having not one, but '''four''' non-human (rubber suit actor) rangers, and the fact that it was a long requested space themed Sentai got everyone hyped.
*** As for the Kyurangers themselves, all of them are generally well liked. While they fall into classic Sentai archetypes and some members are more annoying than others ("Yossha lucky!"), each one has a simple, yet distinct and memorable personality and backstory, relatively equal moments to shine, and enough positive traits to keep them from becoming completely unlikable (no small feat given the group's size). The most popular by far though have to be fun, flamboyant "mechanical lifeform" Balance/Tenbin Gold and his adorkable, emotionless partner Naga Rei/Hebitsukai Silver.
*** Champ/Oushi Black and Stinger/Sasori Orange receive similar praise. Champ for being a Hot-Blooded, LargeHam, wrestler persona and gruff, yet friendly personality, and Stinger for his tragic backstory, interesting character arc, and his sweet relationship with fellow Kyuranger and surrogate younger brother Kotaro. The fact that Stinger is a rare '''orange ranger''' likely helps.
25th Jul '17 1:21:17 AM Piterpicher
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** Weyoun. In his original appearance on the show he was killed. The entire concept of the Vorta being clones was made just to bring him back. It helps when you're played by JeffreyCombs .

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** Weyoun. In his original appearance on the show he was killed. The entire concept of the Vorta being clones was made just to bring him back. It helps when you're played by JeffreyCombs .Creator/JeffreyCombs .
22nd Jun '17 4:15:25 PM TimeLordVictorious
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** Anderson became this upon being RescuedFromTheScrappyHeap in the short "Many Given Thanks" and the Series 3 premiere "The Empty Hearse", where he's basically a stand-in for the show's fandom, having theorized various ways that Sherlock could be alive due to feeling guilt over (seemingly) driving Sherlock to suicide.
8th Jun '17 1:22:22 PM Lemia
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** Bob Odenkirk's sleazy PluckyComicRelief lawyer Saul Goodman often has the funniest lines in the show and though he doesn't appear in every episode he's always memorable and there has even been talk of giving him a SpinOff, rare for a character on a basic cable drama.

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** Bob Odenkirk's sleazy PluckyComicRelief lawyer Saul Goodman often has the funniest lines in the show and though he doesn't appear in every episode he's always memorable and there has even been talk of giving him a SpinOff, got his own [[Series/BetterCallSaul spin-off]], which is rare for a character on a basic cable drama.



** Spike (pictured) went from single-season (originally intended to live five episodes) villain to main cast member eventually leading to full-fledged {{spotlight stealing|Squad}}. In the final episode, he [[spoiler:[[HeroicSacrifice sacrifices himself to save the world]]]]. Then he came back in ''Series/{{Angel}}'', which was still running, and started receiving at least as much screen-time as the rest of the cast.

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** Spike (pictured) went from single-season (originally intended to live five episodes) villain to main cast member eventually leading to full-fledged {{spotlight stealing|Squad}}. In the final episode, he [[spoiler:[[HeroicSacrifice sacrifices himself to save the world]]]]. Then he came back in ''Series/{{Angel}}'', which was still running, and started receiving at least as much screen-time as the rest of the cast.
3rd Jun '17 11:43:51 AM nombretomado
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* ''WhoseLineIsItAnyway'':

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* ''WhoseLineIsItAnyway'':''Series/WhoseLineIsItAnyway'':
10th Feb '17 4:51:48 PM Cuchulainn
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* ''Series/StrangerThings'': Barb, who gained a huge fan following as the earnest, dorkish best friend of main character Nancy before (and partly as a result of) [[spoiler: [[TheyDroppedABridgeOnHim having a bridge dropped on her.]]]]

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* ''Series/StrangerThings'': Barb, who gained a huge fan following as the earnest, dorkish best friend of main character Nancy before (and partly as a result of) [[spoiler: [[TheyDroppedABridgeOnHim [[DroppedABridgeOnHim having a bridge dropped on her.]]]]
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