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11th Dec '17 10:42:15 AM BabClayton
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* The Madness Musical; ''Our House'', has the Lead Character breaking in to a development site, so he can get a view of his Neighbourhood, but then the Police arrive. It then shows two time lines, one where he turns himself in, another where he runs, showing the consequence of both choices. [[spoiler: It then shows a third time line, where he doesn’ break in to the development site, in the first place]]?

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* The Madness Musical; ''Our House'', has the Lead Character breaking in to a development site, so he can get a view of his Neighbourhood, but then the Police arrive. It then shows two time lines, one where he turns himself in, another where he runs, showing the consequence of both choices, while his father watches and makes commentary on his choices. [[spoiler: It then shows a third time line, where he doesn’ break in to the development site, in the first place]]?
11th Dec '17 10:40:51 AM BabClayton
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* The Madness Musical; ‘’Our House’’, has the Lead Character breaking in to a development site, so he can get a view of his Neighbourhood, but then the Police arrive. It then shows two time lines, one where he turns himself in, another where he runs, showing the consequence of both choices. [[spoiler: It then shows a third time line, where he doesn’ break in to the development site, in the first place]]?

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* The Madness Musical; ‘’Our House’’, ''Our House'', has the Lead Character breaking in to a development site, so he can get a view of his Neighbourhood, but then the Police arrive. It then shows two time lines, one where he turns himself in, another where he runs, showing the consequence of both choices. [[spoiler: It then shows a third time line, where he doesn’ break in to the development site, in the first place]]?
11th Dec '17 10:40:11 AM BabClayton
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The Madness Musical; ‘’Our House’’, has the Lead Character breaking in to a development site, so he can get a view of his Neighbourhood, but then the Police arrive. It then shows two time lines, one where he turns himself in, another where he runs, showing the consequence of both choices. [[spoiler: It then shows a third time line, where he doesn’ break in to the development site, in the first place]]?

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* The Madness Musical; ‘’Our House’’, has the Lead Character breaking in to a development site, so he can get a view of his Neighbourhood, but then the Police arrive. It then shows two time lines, one where he turns himself in, another where he runs, showing the consequence of both choices. [[spoiler: It then shows a third time line, where he doesn’ break in to the development site, in the first place]]?
11th Dec '17 10:39:40 AM BabClayton
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The Madness Musical; ‘’Our House’’, has the Lead Character breaking in to a development site, so he can get a view of his Neighbourhood, but then the Police arrive. It then shows two time lines, one where he turns himself in, another where he runs, showing the consequence of both choices. [[spoiler: It then shows a third time line, where he doesn’ break in to the development site, in the first place]]?
28th Nov '17 6:34:45 PM nombretomado
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* In ''Film/SlidingDoors'', the movie shows two {{alternate timeline}}s. The story starts off with the MainCharacter getting fired, while her boyfriend is cheating on her. The MainCharacter goes home, and either just catches [[TheLondonUnderground the tube]] in time, finding her boyfriend in bed with another woman, or misses the tube, causing some other events to happen which means she arrives home after the other woman has left. The movie then alternates between the two story lines.

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* In ''Film/SlidingDoors'', the movie shows two {{alternate timeline}}s. The story starts off with the MainCharacter getting fired, while her boyfriend is cheating on her. The MainCharacter goes home, and either just catches [[TheLondonUnderground [[UsefulNotes/TheLondonUnderground the tube]] in time, finding her boyfriend in bed with another woman, or misses the tube, causing some other events to happen which means she arrives home after the other woman has left. The movie then alternates between the two story lines.
25th Nov '17 6:48:47 AM nighttrainfm
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* Explained in-story in ''Film/StarTrek''. The two ''Franchise/StarTrek'' timelines diverge at [[TheKirk Kirk's]] birth. In the Prime timeline, [[TheKirk Kirk]] is born on Earth and the timeline proceeds how you remember it. In the new timeline, [[TheKirk Kirk]] is born in space, his father is killed by [[BigBad Nero]], and [[spoiler: Vulcan is eventually destroyed]]-- so there is no point asking [[spoiler:Spock-Prime]] what's going to happen next, since now he has no idea either.

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* ''Franchise/StarTrek'':
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Explained in-story in ''Film/StarTrek''. the 2009 ''Film/StarTrek'' reboot. The two ''Franchise/StarTrek'' main timelines diverge at [[TheKirk Kirk's]] Kirk's birth. In the Prime timeline, [[TheKirk Kirk]] Kirk is born on Earth and the timeline proceeds how you remember it. In the new timeline, [[TheKirk Kirk]] Kirk is born in space, his father is killed by [[BigBad Nero]], and [[spoiler: Vulcan is eventually destroyed]]-- destroyed]] -- so there is no point asking [[spoiler:Spock-Prime]] what's going to happen next, since now he has no idea either.
2nd Nov '17 10:13:45 AM MrItty
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* ''Theatre/HarryPotterAndTheCursedChild'' has two different Alternate Timelines, both created by the protagonists' use of TimeTravel to attempt to SetRightWhatOnceWentWrong.
** In the first, they inadvertently change Hermione and Ron's relationship so that the two never marry, causing the erasure of Albus's cousins and drastically altering the personalities of both Hermione and Ron.
** In the second, they technically accomplish their goal by preventing Cedric Diggory's death. Instead, Diggory's humiliation leads to him joining the Death Eaters and killing Neville Longbottom, which ensures Voldemort's survival.
** The surprise antagonist of the story then attempts to create yet a third Alternate Timeline while the protagonists are attempting to undo their own changes. The protagonists stop her and eventually wind up with a CloseEnoughTimeline.
15th Oct '17 4:17:53 AM tropeminer
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* Explained in-story in ''Film/StarTrek''. The two ''Franchise/StarTrek'' timelines diverge at [[TheKirk Kirk's]] birth. In the Prime timeline, [[TheKirk Kirk]] is born on Earth and the timeline proceeds how you remember it. In the new timeline, [[TheKirk Kirk]] is born in space, his father is killed by [[BigBad Nero]], and Vulcan is eventually destroyed-- so there is no point asking [[spoiler:Spock-Prime]] what's going to happen next, since now he has no idea either.
** Although his knowledge of things that predated Kirk's birth but became important later or that originated elsewhere wouldn't have been affected. Things like the Doomsday Machine, Giant Space Amoeba, V'Ger, Khan's sleeper ship (which is realised in ''Film/StarTrekIntoDarkness'', where it is discovered several years earlier than the original timeline), the existence of the Borg and the Dominion, subspace damage caused by warp drives, the need for whales, and so on.

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* Explained in-story in ''Film/StarTrek''. The two ''Franchise/StarTrek'' timelines diverge at [[TheKirk Kirk's]] birth. In the Prime timeline, [[TheKirk Kirk]] is born on Earth and the timeline proceeds how you remember it. In the new timeline, [[TheKirk Kirk]] is born in space, his father is killed by [[BigBad Nero]], and [[spoiler: Vulcan is eventually destroyed-- destroyed]]-- so there is no point asking [[spoiler:Spock-Prime]] what's going to happen next, since now he has no idea either.
** Although his knowledge of things that predated Kirk's birth but became important later or that originated elsewhere wouldn't have necessarily been affected. Things like the Doomsday Machine, Giant Space Amoeba, V'Ger, [[StarTrekTheMotionPicture V'Ger]], [[spoiler: Khan's sleeper ship ship]] (which is realised realized in ''Film/StarTrekIntoDarkness'', where it is discovered several years earlier than the original timeline), the existence of the Borg and the Dominion, subspace damage caused by warp drives, [[StarTrekIVTheVoyageHome the need for whales, whales]], and so on.
12th Oct '17 9:31:14 PM Mr.Bubbles
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** The events of [[Recap/DoctorWhoS31E12ThePandoricaOpens The Pandorica Opens]] and [[Recap/DoctorWhoS31E13TheBigBang The Big Bang]] end up triggering a Total Event Collapse, where ''all of reality'' aside from the Earth, Moon, and everyone on it [[CosmicRetcon are erased from existence across every point in time.]] Stars no longer exist, including the sun, but the TARDIS manages to keep the Earth warm by containing its explosion in a GroundhogDayLoop across all of time as well. This allows life on Earth and humanity to develop, though they see stars as just a myth. [[FantasticalReligiousWeirdness And Richard Dawkins runs a "star cult."]]

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** The events of [[Recap/DoctorWhoS31E12ThePandoricaOpens The Pandorica Opens]] and [[Recap/DoctorWhoS31E13TheBigBang The Big Bang]] end up triggering a Total Event Collapse, where ''all of reality'' aside from the Earth, Moon, and everyone on it [[CosmicRetcon are erased from existence across every point in time.]] time]]. Species that were at the heart of the collapse but not from Earth were preserved as statues; small impressions on the universe. Stars no longer exist, including the sun, but the TARDIS manages to keep the Earth warm by containing its explosion in a GroundhogDayLoop across all of time as well. This allows life on Earth and humanity to develop, though they see stars as just a myth. [[FantasticalReligiousWeirdness And [[FantasticReligiousWeirdness Aside from Richard Dawkins Dawkins, who runs a "star cult."]]
12th Oct '17 9:27:46 PM Mr.Bubbles
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** The events of [[Recap/DoctorWhoS31E12ThePandoricaOpens The Pandorica Opens]] and [[Recap/DoctorWhoS31E13TheBigBang The Big Bang]] end up triggering a Total Event Collapse, where ''all of reality'' aside from the Earth, Moon, and everyone on it [[CosmicRetcon are erased from existence across every point in time.]] Stars no longer exist, including the sun, but the TARDIS manages to keep the Earth warm by containing its explosion in a GroundhogDayLoop across all of time as well. This allows life on Earth and humanity to develop, though they see stars as just a myth. [[FantasticalReligiousWeirdness And Richard Dawkins runs a "star cult."]]
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