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18th Nov '16 7:38:18 PM kensu
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** All of the Sontarans were cloned from a single individual, and this individual was named General Sontar. It's important to note that this is ''still'' fanon, even though it's appeared in ExpandedUniverse works.
30th Oct '16 9:25:28 AM DocJamore
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** When actor George Takei publicly came out, it raised further discussion of how often ''Trek'' simply avoided the topic of homosexuality, despite having once been a risk-taking, ground-breaking show. To "fix" this, the third in the big-screen rebooted "Kelvin timeline" films, ''Film/StarTrekBeyond'' revealed that Sulu was gay himself and that he and his husband had a daughter. This led to cries from many, including Takei himself, that this screwed around with the character's established history, with Takei declaring that Sulu had always been a heterosexual and that it was unfortunate that they changed his character just to match the sexuality of his original actor. But, in fact, unlike nearly all the other characters, Sulu was never, at any point in the series, established to be of either sexuality. He was never seen even so much as flirting with a woman[[note]]while the animated episode "The Magicks of Megas-tu" did have him about to kiss a woman, the canonical status of the animated series is questionable at best, not to mention that Sulu could have bisexual tendencies, or could even have been under the influence of Lucien, who, without being asked, willed the woman into existence as a gift for Sulu[[/note]] or remarking on a woman's looks, though there were several episodes where he was a bit too eager to touch his male co-stars (see "The Naked Time" where Sulu, under the influence of a virus that essentially makes him drunk, pretty much openly starts hitting on Kevin Riley). But wait, didn't ''Film/StarTrekGenerations'' establish that he had a wife? No, it absolutely did not! After meeting his daughter, Demora, James Kirk wonders aloud "When did he find time for a family?" but no one says anything about the gender of the person he married.

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** When actor George Takei publicly came out, it raised further discussion of how often ''Trek'' Trek simply avoided the topic of homosexuality, despite having once been a risk-taking, ground-breaking show. To "fix" this, the third in the big-screen rebooted "Kelvin timeline" films, ''Film/StarTrekBeyond'' Star Trek Beyond revealed that Sulu was gay himself and that he and his husband had a daughter. This led to cries from many, including Takei himself, that this screwed around with the character's established history, with Takei declaring created an impression that the Sulu had always been a heterosexual and was closeted during the entire TV show. Creator/SimonPegg [[WordofGod responded]] to this explaining that it the Sulu from the films was unfortunate that they changed his character just to match "different" from the sexuality Sulu of his the original actor. But, in fact, unlike nearly all the other characters, Sulu was never, at any point in the series, established to be of either sexuality. He was never seen even so much as flirting with a woman[[note]]while the animated episode "The Magicks of Megas-tu" did have him about to kiss a woman, the canonical status of the animated series is questionable at best, and the two [[AuthorsSavingThrow did not to mention share share sexualties]]. Still this was worded in a way that Sulu could have some fans interpret both Sulus as bisexual tendencies, or could even have been under the influence of Lucien, who, without being asked, willed the woman into existence as a gift for Sulu[[/note]] or remarking on a woman's looks, though there were several episodes where he was a bit too eager to touch his male co-stars (see "The Naked Time" where Sulu, under the influence of a virus Pegg is adamant that essentially makes him drunk, pretty much openly starts hitting on Kevin Riley). But wait, didn't ''Film/StarTrekGenerations'' establish that he had a wife? No, it absolutely did not! After meeting his daughter, Demora, James Kirk wonders aloud "When did he find time for a family?" but no one says anything about the gender of the person he married.Sulu is homosexual.
18th Oct '16 6:48:53 PM nombretomado
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* ''{{Friends}}'': Many fans believe Monica's middle initial 'E' stands for Elizabeth.

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* ''{{Friends}}'': ''Series/{{Friends}}'':
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Many fans believe Monica's middle initial 'E' stands for Elizabeth.
17th Oct '16 5:57:17 PM nombretomado
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** "series/KamenRiderDecade": similarly to the above Black RX one, Narutaki is also potentially some form of Incarnation of the Kamen Rider Franchise's Original Big Bad guy, the great leader of Shocker/Destron/G.O.D./Geddon/Garanda/Black Satan. As Narutaki is effectively Decade's version of the Spiderman Clone Saga's Judas Traverl (IE: No-one knows his backstory as the writer that was making it was fired), and his similar shapeshifting ability to become Past shocker organization/Shocker successor Generals, and the great Leader's absense from the series despite the newest incarnation of Shocker involved in that series while the crisis empire is also involved in everything, this also does not contradict anything canon

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** "series/KamenRiderDecade": ''Series/KamenRiderDecade'': similarly to the above Black RX one, Narutaki is also potentially some form of Incarnation of the Kamen Rider Franchise's Original Big Bad guy, the great leader of Shocker/Destron/G.O.D./Geddon/Garanda/Black Satan. As Narutaki is effectively Decade's version of the Spiderman Clone Saga's Judas Traverl (IE: No-one knows his backstory as the writer that was making it was fired), and his similar shapeshifting ability to become Past shocker organization/Shocker successor Generals, and the great Leader's absense from the series despite the newest incarnation of Shocker involved in that series while the crisis empire is also involved in everything, this also does not contradict anything canon
21st Sep '16 2:59:48 PM LondonKdS
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** There's also the fanon that Spike absolutely hates his last name, Pratt. Admittedly, since he never mentions it and goes by William the Bloody, which was actually an insult, before going by Spike, it's logical.

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** There's also the fanon that Spike absolutely hates his last name, Pratt. Admittedly, since he never mentions it and goes by William the Bloody, which was actually an insult, before going by Spike, it's logical. (Also, "prat", usually with only one t but it makes no difference to the pronunciation, is slang for "idiot" in Britain.)
11th Sep '16 5:53:49 AM radiantPatrician
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** [[http://dreaming-of-the-second-sun.tumblr.com/ The Gallifreyan Tradition Society]] relies heavily on this.
***In fact, their stated goal is "To analyse canon and fanon depictions of the civilization of the Time Lords, in hopes of selectively reconstructing it in a way that is practical for life on earth."
8th Sep '16 11:56:15 AM themisterfree
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** Somewhere between fanon, ActorAllusion and fandom inside-joke is the idea that Taylor (from Series/PowerRangersWildForce) and Tommy (from... well, everything) hooked up. This is because their actors were in a sex scene together on the MTV show ''Series/{{Undressed}}''.

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** Somewhere between fanon, ActorAllusion and fandom inside-joke is the idea that Taylor (from Series/PowerRangersWildForce) and Tommy (from... well, everything) hooked up. This is because their actors were in a sex scene together on the MTV show ''Series/{{Undressed}}''.''Undressed''.



** Due to their actors being brothers, some fans think that Ninja Steel Blue Ranger is a descendant of Dino Charge Koda's younger brother.

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** Due to their actors being brothers, some fans think that Ninja Steel the ''Ninja Steel'' Blue Ranger is a descendant of Dino Charge ''Dino Charge'' Koda's younger brother.
7th Sep '16 12:37:18 PM jmparker78
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** When actor George Takei publicly came out, it raised further discussion of how often ''Trek'' simply avoided the topic of homosexuality, despite having once been a risk-taking, ground-breaking show. To "fix" this, the third in the big-screen rebooted "Kelvin timeline" films, ''Film/StarTrekBeyond'' revealed that Sulu was gay himself and that he and his husband had a daughter. This led to cries from many, including Takei himself, that this screwed around with the character's established history, with Takei declaring that Sulu had always been a heterosexual and that it was unfortunate that they changed his character just to match the sexuality of his original actor. But, in fact, unlike nearly all the other characters, Sulu was never, at any point in the series, established to be of either sexuality. He was never seen even so much as flirting with a woman (while the animated episode "The Magicks of Megas-tu" did have him about to kiss a woman, the canonical status of the animated series is questionable at best, not to mention that Sulu could have bisexual tendencies, or could even have been under the influence of Lucien, who, without being asked, willed the woman into existence as a gift for Sulu) or remarking on a woman's looks, though there were several episodes where he was a bit too eager to touch his male co-stars (see "The Naked Time" where Sulu, under the influence of a virus that essentially makes him drunk, pretty much openly starts hitting on Kevin Riley). But wait, didn't ''Film/StarTrekGenerations'' establish that he had a wife? No, it absolutely did not! After meeting his daughter, Demora, James Kirk wonders aloud "When did he find time for a family?" but no one says anything about the gender of the person he married.

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** When actor George Takei publicly came out, it raised further discussion of how often ''Trek'' simply avoided the topic of homosexuality, despite having once been a risk-taking, ground-breaking show. To "fix" this, the third in the big-screen rebooted "Kelvin timeline" films, ''Film/StarTrekBeyond'' revealed that Sulu was gay himself and that he and his husband had a daughter. This led to cries from many, including Takei himself, that this screwed around with the character's established history, with Takei declaring that Sulu had always been a heterosexual and that it was unfortunate that they changed his character just to match the sexuality of his original actor. But, in fact, unlike nearly all the other characters, Sulu was never, at any point in the series, established to be of either sexuality. He was never seen even so much as flirting with a woman (while woman[[note]]while the animated episode "The Magicks of Megas-tu" did have him about to kiss a woman, the canonical status of the animated series is questionable at best, not to mention that Sulu could have bisexual tendencies, or could even have been under the influence of Lucien, who, without being asked, willed the woman into existence as a gift for Sulu) Sulu[[/note]] or remarking on a woman's looks, though there were several episodes where he was a bit too eager to touch his male co-stars (see "The Naked Time" where Sulu, under the influence of a virus that essentially makes him drunk, pretty much openly starts hitting on Kevin Riley). But wait, didn't ''Film/StarTrekGenerations'' establish that he had a wife? No, it absolutely did not! After meeting his daughter, Demora, James Kirk wonders aloud "When did he find time for a family?" but no one says anything about the gender of the person he married.
7th Sep '16 12:34:49 PM jmparker78
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** When actor George Takei publicly came out, it raised further discussion of how often ''Trek'' simply avoided the topic of homosexuality, despite having once been a risk-taking, ground-breaking show. To "fix" this, the third in the big-screen rebooted "Kelvin timeline" films, ''Film/StarTrekBeyond'' revealed that Sulu was gay himself and that he and his husband had a daughter. This led to cries from many, including Takei himself, that this screwed around with the character's established history, with Takei declaring that Sulu had always been a heterosexual and that it was unfortunate that they changed his character just to match the sexuality of his original actor. But, in fact, unlike nearly all the other characters, Sulu was never, at any point in the series, established to be of either sexuality. He was never seen even so much as flirting with a woman (while the animated episode "The Magicks of Megas-tu" did have him about to kiss a woman, the canonical status of the animated series is questionable at best, not to mention that Sulu could have bisexual tendencies, or could even have been under the influence of Lucien, who, without being asked, willed the woman into existence as a gift for Sulu) or remarking on a woman's looks, though there were several episodes where he was a bit too eager to touch his male co-stars (see "The Naked Time" where Sulu, under the influence of a virus that essentially makes him drunk, pretty much openly starts hitting on Kevin Riley). But wait, didn't ''Film/StarTrekGenerations'' establish that he had a wife? No, it absolutely did not! After meeting his daughter, Demora, James Kirk wonders aloud "When did he find time for a family?" but no one says anything about the gender of the person he married.
29th Aug '16 7:14:03 AM defender2222
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** A theory put in the comments of TheHistoryOfPowerRangers that explains the plotholes concerning Thrax from PowerRangersOperationOverdrive is that he was a two-bit conman. Thrax wasn't his real name; to build himself up he pretended to be a villain the Sentinel Knight fought and then claimed to be Rita and Zedd's son. He doesn't have the strength to fight the Rangers and thus cons the other villains into doing it for him.

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** A theory put in the comments of TheHistoryOfPowerRangers WebVideo/HistoryOfPowerRangers that explains the plotholes concerning Thrax from PowerRangersOperationOverdrive is that he was a two-bit conman. Thrax wasn't his real name; to build himself up he pretended to be a villain the Sentinel Knight fought and then claimed to be Rita and Zedd's son. He doesn't have the strength to fight the Rangers and thus cons the other villains into doing it for him.him.
** Due to their actors being brothers, some fans think that Ninja Steel Blue Ranger is a descendant of Dino Charge Koda's younger brother.
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