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16th Jun '16 3:16:25 PM Q4
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* ''Radio/{{Undone}}'' normally focuses on, and is narrated by, dimension-hopping journalist Edna Turner. But S2 E4 "Unaccustomed", focuses on, and is narrated by, her editor Carlo Jones.
2nd Jun '16 10:35:44 AM Rorosilky5
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** Toad had ''VideoGame/WariosWoods''.

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** Toad had ''VideoGame/WariosWoods''.''Wario's Woods''.



** Dr. Robotnik gets his own game called ''VideoGame/DoctorRobotniksMeanBeanMachine'' which was actually a [[DolledUpInstallment cleverly-hidden clone]] of the Japanese-only ''VideoGame/PuyoPuyo'' (likewise, ''VideoGame/{{Kirby}}'s Avalanche'' is just a Kirby-fied version of Puyo Puyo).

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** Dr. Robotnik gets his own game called ''VideoGame/DoctorRobotniksMeanBeanMachine'' which was actually a [[DolledUpInstallment cleverly-hidden clone]] of the Japanese-only ''VideoGame/PuyoPuyo'' (likewise, ''VideoGame/{{Kirby}}'s ''Franchise/{{Kirby}}'s Avalanche'' is just a Kirby-fied version of Puyo Puyo).
30th May '16 5:28:17 PM Someoneman
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* ''Series/{{Firefly}}'' has a few such episodes: "Jaynestown," where the plot centers on Jayne, "War Stories" explores the dynamics of Wash and Zoe's marriage, all of "Ariel" is a CrowningMomentOfAwesome for Simon, and "Objects in Space," which lets the viewer inside [[{{Cloudcuckoolander}} River's]] head.

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* ''Series/{{Firefly}}'' has a few such episodes: "Jaynestown," where the plot centers on Jayne, "War Stories" explores the dynamics of Wash and Zoe's marriage, all of "Ariel" is a CrowningMomentOfAwesome for Simon, and "Objects in Space," which lets the viewer inside [[{{Cloudcuckoolander}} River's]] head.



*** Forget a day. In observance of [[MilestoneCelebration the 30th anniversary of]] [[VideoGame/MarioBros Luigi's debut]], Creator/SatoruIwata himself [[SugarWiki/CrowningMomentOfAwesome put on a Luigi cap and declared 2013]] TheYearOfLuigi. Not only is ''VideoGame/LuigisMansionDarkMoon'' coming out in late March, but [[VideoGame/MarioAndLuigiDreamTeam the fourth Mario and Luigi title]] ''and'' [[VideoGame/NewSuperLuigiU Luigi-centered DLC]] for ''VideoGame/NewSuperMarioBrosU'' are both confirmed for release in the year.

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*** Forget a day. In observance of [[MilestoneCelebration the 30th anniversary of]] [[VideoGame/MarioBros Luigi's debut]], Creator/SatoruIwata himself [[SugarWiki/CrowningMomentOfAwesome put on a Luigi cap and declared 2013]] 2013 TheYearOfLuigi. Not only is ''VideoGame/LuigisMansionDarkMoon'' coming out in late March, but [[VideoGame/MarioAndLuigiDreamTeam the fourth Mario and Luigi title]] ''and'' [[VideoGame/NewSuperLuigiU Luigi-centered DLC]] for ''VideoGame/NewSuperMarioBrosU'' are both confirmed for release in the year.



** Waluigi, while not having any game to his name, only appearing in spinoffs, had a couple of great moments and stages to himself. In the ''VideoGame/MarioTennis'' series and ''[[VideoGame/MarioGolf Mario Golf: Toadstool Tour]]'', he and Wario are featured the most in the games intro scenes, and he appeared without Wario in the GBA game (considering that both ''VideoGame/MarioGolf'' and the ''VideoGame/MarioTennis'' series are developed by Camelot, this makes sense). In ''VideoGame/MarioParty 3'', he is a ClimaxBoss of sorts, [[HijackedByGanon hijacking the villain spot from Bowser]] and being battled on his own board, and had some great themes in addition. In ''VideoGame/DanceDanceRevolutionMarioMix'', while only serving as the first boss, he had one of the best musics to dance to, and in ''VideoGame/MarioKart DS'', he had [[PinballZone Waluigi Pinball]] the whole thing and it's theme being considered some of the {{best|LevelEver}} [[AwesomeMusic things]] ever to grace a Mario game. In ''VideoGame/MarioSportsMix'', he again has a pinball stage, which also had a really good theme to it's name.

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** Waluigi, while not having any game to his name, only appearing in spinoffs, had a couple of great moments and stages to himself. In the ''VideoGame/MarioTennis'' series and ''[[VideoGame/MarioGolf Mario Golf: Toadstool Tour]]'', he and Wario are featured the most in the games intro scenes, and he appeared without Wario in the GBA game (considering that both ''VideoGame/MarioGolf'' and the ''VideoGame/MarioTennis'' series are developed by Camelot, this makes sense). In ''VideoGame/MarioParty 3'', he is a ClimaxBoss of sorts, [[HijackedByGanon hijacking the villain spot from Bowser]] and being battled on his own board, and had some great themes in addition. In ''VideoGame/DanceDanceRevolutionMarioMix'', while only serving as the first boss, he had one of the best musics to dance to, and in ''VideoGame/MarioKart DS'', he had [[PinballZone Waluigi Pinball]] the whole thing and it's theme being considered some of the {{best|LevelEver}} [[AwesomeMusic things]] ever Pinball]], an entire track dedicated to grace a Mario game. him. In ''VideoGame/MarioSportsMix'', he again has a pinball stage, which also had a really good theme to it's name.stage.



** Aquerna. Her combat final turns out to be a CrowningMomentOfAwesome and ''also'' a CrowningMomentOfFunny.

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** Aquerna. Her combat final turns out to be a CrowningMomentOfAwesome and ''also'' a CrowningMomentOfFunny.%%** Aquerna.
30th May '16 4:04:04 AM AmbushBugbear
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* ''WebComic/TheOrderOfTheStick'' released a side story about half-orc ninja Therkla trying to get through one assignment from her boss Kubota that featured none of the heroes or other villains of the main story. Interestingly, this was done specifically at the request of one fan, who had pledged a good deal of money to the author's Kickstarter to see it happen.
24th May '16 6:47:27 AM MattP5557
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** The first one was [[AprilFoolsPlot "Terrance and Phillip: Not Without My Anus"]] set up as a special episode of recurring ShowWithinAShow Terrance and Phillip.
** After this is "Chicken Lover" (the episode that introduces [[CatchPhrase "Respect ma Authorota")]] which focuses on [[PoliceAreUseless Officer Barbrady.]]


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** There are many episodes staring Jimmy and Timmy (usually with the word cripple in the title) lately they normally feature their [[UnknownRival unknown rivals]] Nathan and Mimzy.


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*** There's also "Tweek + Craig" which also serves SequelEpisode to the earlier "Tweek Vs Craig" which was also one to Mr Adler.
23rd May '16 6:13:09 AM Sapphirea2
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** "The Husbands of River Song" has the Twelfth Doctor encountering his wife once more when a case of mistaken identity gets him involved in her latest scheme -- and she doesn't recognize him. She's the character who initiates and drives the plot, the Doctor ends up a companion of sorts for most of the runtime, and he and the audience learn a great deal about her that they didn't before.

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** "The Husbands of River Song" has the Twelfth Doctor encountering his wife once more when a case of mistaken identity gets him involved in her latest scheme -- and she doesn't recognize him. She's the character who initiates and drives the plot, the Doctor ends up a companion of sorts for most of the runtime, and he and the audience learn a great deal about her that they didn't before. This is also River's only episode to date in which none of the Doctor's other companions appear, as he's traveling alone at the time.
23rd May '16 6:09:32 AM Sapphirea2
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** "The Woman Who Lived" focuses on Series 9's special guest character Ashildr (Creator/MaisieWilliams), as the Doctor's path crosses with hers again some time after the events of the previous episode, in which he [[spoiler: rendered her a functional immortal]]. The changes this meant for her life and personality drive the story, as the Doctor tries to help her cope. In addition, Clara does not participate in this story, only appearing in its denouement to better focus on Ashildr's relationship with the Doctor.

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** "The Woman Who Lived" focuses on Series 9's special guest character Ashildr (Creator/MaisieWilliams), as the Doctor's path crosses with hers again some time after the events of the previous episode, in which he [[spoiler: rendered her a functional immortal]]. The changes this meant for her life and personality drive the story, as the Doctor tries to help keep her cope. In addition, Clara does not participate in this story, only appearing in its denouement to from making an awful mistake. To better focus on Ashildr's relationship with their relationship, the Doctor.Doctor is on his own here; Clara only appears in the denouement.
** "The Husbands of River Song" has the Twelfth Doctor encountering his wife once more when a case of mistaken identity gets him involved in her latest scheme -- and she doesn't recognize him. She's the character who initiates and drives the plot, the Doctor ends up a companion of sorts for most of the runtime, and he and the audience learn a great deal about her that they didn't before.
23rd May '16 6:01:41 AM Sapphirea2
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* Happened in ''Anime/{{Pokemon}}'': Despite being one of the first Pokémon Ash captured, Krabby spent the entire first season in Professor Oak’s Lab, until the heroes arrived at the Indigo Plateau. Despite Misty and Brock’s concerns about Krabby never being in a fight before, Ash used him in the first round of the Pokémon League, and Krabby turned out to be an incredible fighter, winning the entire round by himself and even evolving into Kingler during the process.

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* Happened in ''Anime/{{Pokemon}}'': Despite being one of the first Pokémon Ash captured, Krabby spent the entire first season in Professor Oak’s Oak’s Lab, until the heroes arrived at the Indigo Plateau. Despite Misty and Brock’s concerns about Krabby never being in a fight before, Ash used him in the first round of the Pokémon League, and Krabby turned out to be an incredible fighter, winning the entire round by himself and even evolving into Kingler during the process.



** "Turn Left" is focused solely on Donna Noble, and the effect one decision (Turning left or turning right) had.
** The first half of the ''Series/DoctorWho'' episode "The Crimson Horror" is about Strax, Jenny and Madam Vastra, although the Doctor takes over the episode when he eventually turns up.

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** "Turn Left" is focused solely on Donna Noble, and the effect one decision (Turning (turning left or turning right) had.
** The first half of the ''Series/DoctorWho'' episode "The Crimson Horror" is about Strax, Jenny and Madam Madame Vastra, although the Doctor takes over the episode when he eventually turns up.up.
** "Flatline" sees the Doctor trapped in the TARDIS when a mysterious force causes its exterior dimensions to diminish, so Clara has to assume his role for the day (him coaching her from "afar") and figure out why this is happening. She even takes on a companion figure of her own, Rigsy. This shows the upsides and downsides of her CharacterDevelopment, as he realizes just how much like him she's becoming, and ends with another clue to the mystery of how and why they were brought together to begin with.
** "The Woman Who Lived" focuses on Series 9's special guest character Ashildr (Creator/MaisieWilliams), as the Doctor's path crosses with hers again some time after the events of the previous episode, in which he [[spoiler: rendered her a functional immortal]]. The changes this meant for her life and personality drive the story, as the Doctor tries to help her cope. In addition, Clara does not participate in this story, only appearing in its denouement to better focus on Ashildr's relationship with the Doctor.
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