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15th Jan '16 3:55:31 PM Anicomicgeek
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He's being charged with murder in regards to the case, after all.
** ''Series/PowerRangersSamurai'' featured Ricardo Medina Jr as the villain Deker; a swordsman with a lust for battle after a curse was placed on him. This is much harder to watch after Medina has been charged with killing his roommate. This also extends to ''Series/PowerRangersWildForce'', which featured Medina as Red Ranger Cole, and the Rangers on that team used swords as their main weapons. However, the case was ruled as self-defense.
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** ''Series/PowerRangersSamurai'' featured Ricardo Medina Jr as the villain Deker; a swordsman with a lust for battle after a curse was placed on him. This is much harder to watch after Medina has been charged with killing his roommate. This also extends to ''Series/PowerRangersWildForce'', which featured Medina as Red Ranger Cole, and the Rangers on that team used swords as their main weapons. However, the case was ruled as self-defense.
13th Jan '16 12:05:27 PM Premonition45
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** There is also a scene in the 3rd season where his character Finn is devastated to find out [[spoiler:his father was an addict who died of a drug overdose]], which is similarly made very difficult to watch due to the manner of Cory's death - drug overdose.
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** There is also a scene in the 3rd season where his character Finn is devastated to find out [[spoiler:his father was an addict who died of a drug overdose]], which is similarly made very difficult to watch due to the manner of Cory's death - drug overdose.since Cory died under similar circumstances.
30th Dec '15 5:24:45 AM Silverblade2
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"Keep in mind, this is for stuff that was already dramatic/serious to begin with, but is now worse due to history. For stuff that started out funny and now isn't because of history, the correct page is Funny Aneurysm Moment."
** Also, just try rewatching any scenes with Saul Goodman with the knowledge of the prequel show that the reason he's the AmoralAttorney he is today is all because his brother Chuck sabotaged his attempts to become a legitimate lawyer. Many of his scenes lose a bit of their humor as a result.
13th Dec '15 1:58:18 PM dmcreif
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*''Series/MadMen'': **At one point, Lane says, regarding his office, "I'll be here the rest of my life!" [[DrivenToSuicide Yes you will, Lane, yes you will]]... **In Season 1, Joan is helping Peggy move to her new office as a result of her promotion, Joan makes some comments about how people who get what they want won't be happy, basically shaming Peggy for her non-domestic ambitions and for supposedly not caring about her looks the way Joan does. Joan even condescendingly says "I said 'Congratulations' didn't I?" Flash forward towards the end of Season 2: Joan is engaged (and was raped) by her fiancee while a perky Peggy gets a new office where she doesn't have to share with the Xerox machine, Peggy sincerely states she's happy they both got what they wanted while Joan represses any urge to tell Peggy how her relationship sucks. **Season 1 had Betty commenting to Don that she never wanted to become "old and ugly", flash-forward 10 years later and at age 38, Beautiful Betty is informed she has lung cancer and less than a year to live. **Season 6 has shown Betty thinking she has a tumor and dreaming about her death, later meeting an old friend dying from a terminal disease. Then in 7B, she is revealed to have 6 months to a year left in her life after being diagnosed with lung cancer. **Don's drinking is even more uncomfortable when you know that Jon Hamm went to rehab for alcoholism before Season 7B aired. **Any time Betty is seen lighting up after she's diagnosed with terminal lung cancer in Season 7B.
6th Dec '15 9:17:56 PM dmcreif
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* In the ''Series/StargateSG1'' episode "2010", it was mentioned that General Hammond (Don S. Davis' character) had died of a massive heart attack in 2004. It turned out that only four years after this date, Davis did indeed die of a heart attack.
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* In Speaking of Don S. Davis: in the ''Series/StargateSG1'' episode "2010", it was mentioned that General Hammond (Don S. Davis' character) had died of a massive heart attack in 2004. It turned out that only This was four years after this date, Davis did indeed die of a before Davis's fatal heart attack.
6th Dec '15 9:13:42 PM dmcreif
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** Also, just try watching any scenes with Saul Goodman the same way knowing with the knowledge of the prequel show that the reason he's the AmoralAttorney he is today is all because his brother Chuck sabotaged his attempts to become a legitimate lawyer.
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** Also, just try watching rewatching any scenes with Saul Goodman the same way knowing with the knowledge of the prequel show that the reason he's the AmoralAttorney he is today is all because his brother Chuck sabotaged his attempts to become a legitimate lawyer.lawyer. Many of his scenes lose a bit of their humor as a result.
6th Dec '15 9:12:52 PM dmcreif
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* When dealing with the Bill Cosby rape allegations on ''Series/TheNightlyShow'', Creator/LarryWilmore asked "I just have to ask: Why don't we believe these women?" A recent deposition by Cosby had him admit to getting drugs for that propose. * The line "They let us out of work early because there was a shooting," from an episode of ''Inside Amy Schumer'' becomes a lot darker after the shooting at a showing of Schumer's movie ''Trainwreck'' where two people were killed and nine others were injured.
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* When dealing with the Bill Cosby rape allegations on ''Series/TheNightlyShow'', Creator/LarryWilmore asked "I just have to ask: Why don't we believe these women?" A recent deposition by Cosby had him admit to getting date-rape drugs just for that propose. * The line "They let us out of work early because there was a shooting," from an episode of ''Inside Amy Schumer'' becomes a lot darker after knowing about the shooting at a showing of Schumer's movie ''Trainwreck'' where two people were killed and nine others were injured.

** Also, just try watching any scenes with Saul Goodman the same way after the prequel show revealed how his brother Chuck sabotaged his attempts to become a legitimate attorney.
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** Also, just try watching any scenes with Saul Goodman the same way after knowing with the knowledge of the prequel show revealed how that the reason he's the AmoralAttorney he is today is all because his brother Chuck sabotaged his attempts to become a legitimate attorney.lawyer.
6th Dec '15 9:11:35 PM dmcreif
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* The ''Series/{{Glee}}'' Season 3 Boxset has a small extra called 'Saying Goodbye'; it was originally supposed to be a 'goodbye' for the characters who graduated high school, but gets a sadder new meaning after Creator/CoryMonteith's death on July 13, 2013. ** There is also a scene in the 3rd season where his character Finn is devastated to find out [[spoiler:his father was an addict who died of a drug overdose]], which is similarly made very difficult to watch due to the manner of Cory's death.
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* The ''Series/{{Glee}}'' Season 3 Boxset has a small extra called 'Saying Goodbye'; it was originally supposed to be a 'goodbye' for the characters who graduated high school, but gets takes on a sadder new meaning after due to Creator/CoryMonteith's death from a drug overdose on July 13, 2013. ** There is also a scene in the 3rd season where his character Finn is devastated to find out [[spoiler:his father was an addict who died of a drug overdose]], which is similarly made very difficult to watch due to the manner of Cory's death.death - drug overdose.

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* The ''Series/{{Glee}}'' Season 3 Boxset has a small extra called 'Saying Goodbye'; it was originally supposed to be a 'goodbye' for ''Series/BreakingBad'': ** A fan who got the characters who graduated high school, but gets a sadder new meaning after Creator/CoryMonteith's death on July 13, 2013. ** There is also a scene in the 3rd season where his character Finn is devastated to find out [[spoiler:his father was an addict who died of a drug overdose]], which is similarly made very difficult chance to watch due to the manner finale of Cory's death.''Breaking Bad'' with the cast was [[http://www.watoday.com.au/entertainment/tv-and-radio/breaking-bad-contest-winner-busted-on-drug-lab-charges-20140103-308gt.html later found to have been operating an underground synthetic marijuana distribution scheme]]. ** All the scenes with Mike Ehrmantraut and his granddaughter became rather harder to watch after the prequel spinoff ''Series/BetterCallSaul'' revealed exactly why he's so devoted to her. For one thing, [[spoiler:her mother isn't his daughter, but rather, daughter-in-law through his late son Matty.]] ** Also, just try watching any scenes with Saul Goodman the same way after the prequel show revealed how his brother Chuck sabotaged his attempts to become a legitimate attorney. ** The second season features Jane Margolis's father, an air traffic controller, suffering from depression, showing up to work obviously unfit, and he causes a mid-air collision with numerous fatalities. In 2015, the clinically depressed pilot of Germanwings Flight 9525 deliberately crashed his plane into the side of a mountain in France, killing 150 people, - although the ''Breaking Bad'' incident was an accident caused by a depressed air traffic controller, whereas the latter was intentionally done by a pilot.
12th Nov '15 12:38:47 AM justpassingby
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** Near the end of ''Series/PowerRangersTimeForce'' where [[spoiler: Mr. Collins died but got resurrected by Alex, the actor of Mr. Collins died 5 years later because of lung cancer]].
20th Oct '15 4:33:31 PM isoycrazy
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* In the ''Series/{{JAG}}'' episode where Commander Mick Brumby returns to Australia, the cast begin singing "Waltzing Matilda" to him as he departs. Not only would that clip be replayed for a memorial segment after Goddard's death, but considering that the song ends with the jolly swagman's suicide, it takes on a new light after actor Trevor Goddard's suicide.
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* In the ''Series/{{JAG}}'' ''Series/{{JAG}}'' ** The episode where Commander Mick Brumby returns to Australia, the cast begin singing "Waltzing Matilda" to him as he departs. Not only would that clip be replayed for a memorial segment after Goddard's death, but considering that the song ends with the jolly swagman's suicide, it takes on a new light after actor Trevor Goddard's suicide.suicide. ** In "People v. [=SecNav=]" the United States bombed a hospital that terrorists were firing attack's from. In October of 2015, the real armed forces attacked a hospital.
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