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7th Mar '17 6:52:47 PM AgentS7
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** The hospital in the first game grows an extra fourth floor as you shift to the nightmare dimension.

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** The hospital in the first game grows an extra [[FourIsDeath fourth floor floor]] as you shift to the nightmare dimension.
18th Feb '17 8:57:14 AM SpinAttaxx
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* ''VideoGame/PokemonGoldAndSilver''
** The player can go to Kanto from the first-generation games (''VideoGame/PokemonRedAndBlue''). Most of the changes are at least somewhat feasible: lots and lots of {{Insurmountable Waist Height Fence}}s are destroyed, for example, as well as a family relocated due to the construction of a bullet train ([[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Shinkansen Shinkansen]]) system. Others, such as Mt. Moon changing from a labyrinth to a path with a single fork and Viridian Forest becoming a ''hedge maze'', are just a little impossible. The most memorable change is perfectly possible, but hilariously crass: Pokémon Tower gets changed from a solemn, haunted graveyard for Pokémon to a ''radio tower''. Apparently the three floors or so of graves were relocated to Mr. Fuji's tiny basement.
** There's also Cinnabar Island. Everything was destroyed in a volcanic eruption; all that's left is a rebuilt Pokémon Center, with the gym relocated to the otherwise-now-inaccessible Seafoam Islands. Cerulean Cave is also entirely inaccessible, though since it's likely the work of the Mewtwo that had been there in Gen I, if you look around where the entrance should be you can find a special item, the Berserk Gene.
** Viridian Forest was fixed in ''[=HeartGold=]'' and ''[=SoulSilver=]'', as were the Seafoam Islands and Cerulean Cave, thanks to the greater amount of data storage the NintendoDS provided over the Game Boy Color.
** Cerulean Cave itself has had its layout changed in every single game it's appeared in (excluding the Gen I remakes, which reuse the layout from the original ''Red & Green'' - which still counts for non-Japanese players, since they never got those). The only consistent bits between them is that the cave has two floors and a basement, the second floor is a maze, and the basement has a Mewtwo at the end of it.

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* ''VideoGame/PokemonGoldAndSilver''
''Franchise/{{Pokemon}}'':
** Cerulean Cave from ''VideoGame/PokemonRedAndBlue'' has had its layout changed in every single game it's appeared in (excluding the Gen I remakes, which reuse the layout from the original ''Red & Green'' -- which still counts for non-Japanese players, since they never got those). The only consistent bits between them is that the cave has two floors and a basement, the second floor is a maze, and the basement has [[BonusBoss Mewtwo]] at the end of it.
** ''VideoGame/PokemonGoldAndSilver'':
***
The player can go to Kanto from the first-generation games (''VideoGame/PokemonRedAndBlue''). after becoming the Champion. Most of the changes are at least somewhat feasible: lots and lots of {{Insurmountable Waist Height Fence}}s are destroyed, for example, as well as a family relocated due to the construction of a bullet train ([[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Shinkansen Shinkansen]]) system.the Magnet Train. Others, such as Mt. Moon changing from a labyrinth to a path with a single fork fork, the entire Indigo Plateau moving southwards, and Viridian Forest becoming a ''hedge maze'', are just a little impossible. The most memorable change is perfectly possible, but hilariously crass: Pokémon Tower gets changed from a solemn, haunted graveyard for Pokémon to a ''radio tower''. Apparently the three floors or so of graves were relocated to Mr. Fuji's tiny basement.
** *** There's also Cinnabar Island. Everything was destroyed in a volcanic eruption; all that's left is a rebuilt Pokémon Center, with the gym relocated to the otherwise-now-inaccessible Seafoam Islands. Cerulean Cave is also entirely inaccessible, though since it's likely the work of the Mewtwo that had been there in Gen I, Mewtwo; if you look around where the entrance should be be, you can find a special item, the Berserk Gene.
** *** Viridian Forest was fixed expanded back to a larger location in ''[=HeartGold=]'' and ''[=SoulSilver=]'', as were the Seafoam Islands and Cerulean Cave, Cave (both of which got different layouts from ''[=FireRed/LeafGreen=]'' and the Gen I originals), thanks to the greater amount of data storage the NintendoDS UsefulNotes/NintendoDS provided over the Game Boy Color.
** Cerulean Cave itself has had its layout changed in every single game it's appeared in (excluding the Gen I remakes, which reuse the layout from the original ''Red & Green'' - which still counts for non-Japanese players, since they never got those). The only consistent bits between them is that the cave has two floors and a basement, the second floor is a maze, and the basement has a Mewtwo at the end of it.
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13th Feb '17 11:16:47 PM AthenaBlue
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** Coal Hill School [[Recap/DoctorWhoS1E1AnUnearthlyChild first appeared]] as a studio set in 1963. When the show [[Recap/DoctorWhoS25E1RemebranceOfTheDaleks revisited it]] in 1988, a school in Hammersmith was used for the exteriors. When it appeared in the 2014 and 2015 series, a different school in Wales was used. Obviously many schools have changed site or been rebuilt since 1963, so this is perhaps more justified than some of the other examples. When it's used as the setting for ''[[Series/Class2016 Class]]'', it's a much more modern building, and this is noted in-universe as a rebuild.

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** Coal Hill School [[Recap/DoctorWhoS1E1AnUnearthlyChild first appeared]] as a studio set in 1963. When the show [[Recap/DoctorWhoS25E1RemebranceOfTheDaleks [[Recap/DoctorWhoS25E1RemembranceOfTheDaleks revisited it]] in 1988, a school in Hammersmith was used for the exteriors. When it appeared in the 2014 and 2015 series, a different school in Wales was used. Obviously many schools have changed site or been rebuilt since 1963, so this is perhaps more justified than some of the other examples. When it's used as the setting for ''[[Series/Class2016 Class]]'', it's a much more modern building, and this is noted in-universe as a rebuild.
13th Feb '17 11:16:10 PM AthenaBlue
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* ''Radio/OurMissBrooks'': In the [[TheMovie theatrical]] [[GrandFinale series finale]], most of the Warner Brother's sets are ''similar'' to those previously used on the Desilu produced television episodes. The sets are, however, more elaborate as befitting the concluding film's theatrical release. The one major difference is Mr. Boynton's biology lab. Shown previously as essentially a small office with some cages and posters, it is seen as an enormous darkened classroom with ''many'' cages and aquariums.
* ''Series/MamasFamily'':
** The number of bedrooms in the Thelma's house shrinks between the second and third seasons:
*** In the first two seasons, Thelma's house has three bedrooms, an attic that functioned as a fourth bedroom, and a basement that was a combination den/fifth bedroom. Thelma had the Master Bedroom, her sister Fran had the second bedroom. Thelma gave the smallest bedroom to granddaughter (Vinton's daughter) Sonya. Grandson Buzz (Vinton's son) was given the attic. Vinton got the basement, and was later joined there by his second wife Naomi.
*** When the show went to domestic syndication, Thelma's gave grandson Bubba (Eunice's son) her now deceased sister Fran's room. Vinton and Naomi complain about remaining in the basement and not getting an upstairs bedroom. Considering [[PutOnABus Sonya and Buzz left for college]], their bedroom and attic room should have be open for Vinton and Naomi (or Bubba).
** The basement room also changes between the second and third seasons. In the first two seasons it's an entirely finished room, with wood paneled walls. As of the third season, it's only partially finished with only framing separating the bedroom from the furnace and hot water heater.

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* ''Radio/OurMissBrooks'': In the [[TheMovie theatrical]] [[GrandFinale series finale]], most The interior of the Warner Brother's sets local high school changes completely between seasons 2 and 3 of ''Series/EightSimpleRules''. Changes in layout are ''similar'' particularly noticeable during the scenes in the principal's office.
* The architecture of CTU in ''Series/TwentyFour'' changes several times over the course of the series.
** During the jump from the pilot episode (which was filmed months before any other episodes were commissioned)
to those the entirety of season one, the office added several more cubicles and additional rooms that weren't previously used on seen.
** During
the Desilu produced television episodes. The sets are, however, more elaborate as befitting jump to season 3 to season 4, the concluding film's theatrical release. The one major difference is Mr. Boynton's biology lab. Shown previously as essentially a small entire layout of the office with some cages and posters, it is seen as an enormous darkened classroom with ''many'' cages and aquariums.
* ''Series/MamasFamily'':
** The number of bedrooms in the Thelma's house shrinks between the second and third seasons:
*** In the first two seasons, Thelma's house has three bedrooms, an attic that functioned as a fourth bedroom, and a basement that was a combination den/fifth bedroom. Thelma had the Master Bedroom, her sister Fran had the second bedroom. Thelma gave the smallest bedroom to granddaughter (Vinton's daughter) Sonya. Grandson Buzz (Vinton's son) was given the attic. Vinton got the basement, and was later joined there by his second wife Naomi.
*** When the show went to domestic syndication, Thelma's gave grandson Bubba (Eunice's son) her now deceased sister Fran's room. Vinton and Naomi complain about remaining in the basement and not getting an upstairs bedroom. Considering [[PutOnABus Sonya and Buzz left for college]], their bedroom and attic room should have be open for Vinton and Naomi (or Bubba).
** The basement room also
changes between into a much more open-space setting, with a situation room located right next to the second office cubicles (instead of in its own wing, as before), and different layouts of video monitors, decor and architecture.
** Itís potentially justified in regards to the interior of CTU LA. The building takes heavy damage from a bomb during Day 2. There was a three year TimeSkip going into the
third seasons. In season with the first two seasons building mostly the same. It's not until Day 4 that the building has been fully changed. One fan theory is that it was renovated over time and that due to the nature of it being the regional headquarters of a major government building that it wasn't as simple as shutting the place down and relocating during the work. From the fourth season until the final season in Los Angeles the main CTU set was unchanged and remained consistent. Special note should be given to the situation room and the office of the agent in charge. The locations of both places on the main floor of CTU have been consistent since Day 1. A straighter example of this trope comes into play when you look at the exterior of the building. At some times CTU has had a typical multistory garage. At others it's had a fairly wide open parking lot.
* Both the model house and Lucille's apartment in ''Series/ArrestedDevelopment'' have different layouts in the pilot.
** In seasons 1-3, the corridor outside Lucille's apartment is
an entirely finished room, L-shape, with wood paneled walls. As Lucille's door at the corner and Lucille 2's slightly down one corridor. In season 4, the corner has disappeared and the two Lucilles are now at the end of the third season, it's only partially finished with only framing separating the bedroom from the furnace and hot water heater.hall.



* The Wolfram & Hart building in ''Series/{{Angel}}'' has no less than three completely different versions of its interior. While the first transformation (between the season 4 episodes "Habeas Corpses" and "Home") is somewhat justified and certainly noticed, the second one (between the season 4 finale "Home" and the season 5 premiere "Conviction") is not.
* Nearly every series of ''Series/RedDwarf'' alters the architecture of the ship.
** Starbug, while still rather claustrophobic, is far bigger in series 6 and 7 than earlier series, apparently growing a few new rooms; in 7, this is justified by the battle with the Future Dwarfers warping the structure of the Bug to TARDIS proportions. And let's not even get into the Blue Midget and its legs (though the latter was apparently justified by Nanomachines rebuilding Red Dwarf).
* The hospital in ''Series/{{Scrubs}}'' looked completely different between the pilot and second episode. Interestingly, the same building is used in a number of other shows, notably ''Series/ChildrensHospital'' [[note]]Yes, the punctuation is deliberately wrong.[[/note]] at the moment. They've remodeled the inside and avoid shooting rooms in the same way ''Scrubs'' did to avoid it feeling too similar.
* Ben's house on ''Series/{{Lost}}'' changes layout multiple times between it's first appearance in season 3 and it's last appearance in season 6.
* Both the model house and Lucille's apartment in ''Series/ArrestedDevelopment'' have different layouts in the pilot.
** In seasons 1-3, the corridor outside Lucille's apartment is an L-shape, with Lucille's door at the corner and Lucille 2's slightly down one corridor. In season 4, the corner has disappeared and the two Lucilles are now at the end of the hall.

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* ** The Wolfram & Hart building in ''Series/{{Angel}}'' has no less than three completely different versions of its interior. While the first transformation (between the season 4 episodes "Habeas Corpses" and "Home") is somewhat justified and certainly noticed, the second one (between the season 4 finale "Home" and the season 5 premiere "Conviction") is not.
* Nearly every series of ''Series/RedDwarf'' alters the architecture of the ship.
** Starbug, while still rather claustrophobic, is far bigger in series 6 and 7 than earlier series, apparently growing a few new rooms; in 7, this is justified by the battle with the Future Dwarfers warping the structure of the Bug to TARDIS proportions. And let's not even get into the Blue Midget and its legs (though the latter was apparently justified by Nanomachines rebuilding Red Dwarf).
* The hospital in ''Series/{{Scrubs}}'' looked completely different between the pilot and second episode. Interestingly, the same building is used in a number of other shows, notably ''Series/ChildrensHospital'' [[note]]Yes, the punctuation is deliberately wrong.[[/note]] at the moment. They've remodeled the inside and avoid shooting rooms in the same way ''Scrubs'' did to avoid it feeling too similar.
* Ben's house on ''Series/{{Lost}}'' changes layout multiple times between it's first appearance in season 3 and it's last appearance in season 6.
* Both the model house and Lucille's apartment in ''Series/ArrestedDevelopment'' have different layouts in the pilot.
** In seasons 1-3, the corridor outside Lucille's apartment is an L-shape, with Lucille's door at the corner and Lucille 2's slightly down one corridor. In season 4, the corner has disappeared and the two Lucilles are now at the end of the hall.
not.



* The interior of the local high school changes completely between seasons 2 and 3 of ''Series/EightSimpleRules''. Changes in layout are particularly noticeable during the scenes in the principal's office.

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* The pilot of ''Series/TheCosbyShow'' used a very generic living room set, although the adjacent kitchen and other rooms are the same as used in the rest of the series, with a bit of redecorating.
* Next time you have a marathon of the once popular ''Series/DiffrentStrokes'' pay attention to the door, or blank wall, or staircase in the back left of the apartment, which sometimes goes nowhere, sometimes goes to Ms.Garret's room, sometimes connects to the bedrooms upstairs, or...hell, whatever the writer needed that part of the apartment did.
* ''Series/DoctorWho'':
** The huge and mostly unseen TARDIS
interior of the local high school changes completely shape, as can be most clearly seen by comparing the various different appearances of the control room. The exterior, despite being stuck as a police box, also undergoes minor changes like altering the window size. The changing interior is eventually explained as the Doctor occasionally altering the TARDIS' desktop theme, as well as the destruction and repair of old rooms; in fact if you know the layout you can walk between seasons 2 and 3 of ''Series/EightSimpleRules''. Changes them.
** Coal Hill School [[Recap/DoctorWhoS1E1AnUnearthlyChild first appeared]] as a studio set
in layout are particularly noticeable during 1963. When the scenes show [[Recap/DoctorWhoS25E1RemebranceOfTheDaleks revisited it]] in 1988, a school in Hammersmith was used for the exteriors. When it appeared in the principal's office.2014 and 2015 series, a different school in Wales was used. Obviously many schools have changed site or been rebuilt since 1963, so this is perhaps more justified than some of the other examples. When it's used as the setting for ''[[Series/Class2016 Class]]'', it's a much more modern building, and this is noted in-universe as a rebuild.
** [[Recap/DoctorWho50thASTheDayOfTheDoctor "The Day of the Doctor"]] introduces as an important location a certain barn [[spoiler:on Gallifrey]]. When it reappears in [[Recap/DoctorWhoS34E4Listen "Listen"]] and [[Recap/DoctorWhoS35E12HellBent "Hell Bent"]] it has suddenly acquired a loft -- keeping in mind that InUniverse, the chronological order of the barn's appearances is "Listen", "The Day of the Doctor", "Hell Bent" -- so it has a loft, than it doesn't, than it does.



* The living room and the kitchen of the Banks' house in ''Series/TheFreshPrinceOfBelAir'' completely changed after the first season - most notably they were no longer separated by a door, the living room was much larger, and both rooms now had an exit to the garden.
* In Monica's apartment on Series/{{Friends}} there is sometimes an arch between the main room and the kitchen. Sometimes its presence is demanded by the plot, but sometimes it's just there because the director liked it there.
* Ben's house on ''Series/{{Lost}}'' changes layout multiple times between its first appearance in season 3 and its last appearance in season 6.
* ''Series/MamasFamily'':
** The number of bedrooms in the Thelma's house shrinks between the second and third seasons:
*** In the first two seasons, Thelma's house has three bedrooms, an attic that functioned as a fourth bedroom, and a basement that was a combination den/fifth bedroom. Thelma had the Master Bedroom, her sister Fran had the second bedroom. Thelma gave the smallest bedroom to granddaughter (Vinton's daughter) Sonya. Grandson Buzz (Vinton's son) was given the attic. Vinton got the basement, and was later joined there by his second wife Naomi.
*** When the show went to domestic syndication, Thelma's gave grandson Bubba (Eunice's son) her now deceased sister Fran's room. Vinton and Naomi complain about remaining in the basement and not getting an upstairs bedroom. Considering [[PutOnABus Sonya and Buzz left for college]], their bedroom and attic room should have be open for Vinton and Naomi (or Bubba).
** The basement room also changes between the second and third seasons. In the first two seasons it's an entirely finished room, with wood paneled walls. As of the third season, it's only partially finished with only framing separating the bedroom from the furnace and hot water heater.



* Maxwell Sheffield's house in ''Series/TheNanny'' is different in the pilot.
* A few sets have been changed radically on ''Series/{{Neighbours}}'', most obviously Number 30 Ramsey St, which was rarely seen in 1985 and seemingly unoccupied until 1988. Another was Daphne's restaurant which was completely changed at the start of 1986. Both examples are the result of the sets being destroyed after Channel 7 cancelled the series, although the main three houses at the time were recreated more closely by Channel 10.



* The interior of the Millers' house in ''Series/StillStanding'' is completely different in the pilot.
* The Hub in ''Series/That70sShow'' was just not the same place in the pilot.
* The living room and the kitchen of the Banks' house in ''Series/TheFreshPrinceOfBelAir'' completely changed after the first season - most notably they were no longer seperated by a door, the living room was much larger, and both rooms now had an exit to the garden.
* Maxwell Sheffield's house in ''Series/TheNanny'' is different in the pilot.



* The pilot of ''Series/TheCosbyShow'' used a very generic living room set, although the adjacent kitchen and other rooms are the same as used in the rest of the series, with a bit of redecorating.
* The architecture of CTU in ''Series/TwentyFour'' changes several times over the course of the series.
** During the jump from the pilot episode (which was filmed months before any other episodes were commissioned) to the entirety of season one, the office added several more cubicles and additional rooms that weren't previously seen.
** During the jump to season 3 to season 4, the entire layout of the office changes into a much more open-space setting, with a situation room located right next to the office cubicles (instead of in its own wing, as before), and different layouts of video monitors, decor and architecture.
** Itís potentially justified in regards to the interior of CTU LA. The building takes heavy damage from a bomb during Day 2. There was a three year TimeSkip going into the third season with the building mostly the same. It's not until Day 4 that the building has been fully changed. One fan theory is that it was renovated over time and that due to the nature of it being the regional headquarters of a major government building that it wasn't as simple as shutting the place down and relocating during the work. From the fourth season until the final season in Los Angeles the main CTU set was unchanged and remained consistent. Special note should be given to the situation room and the office of the agent in charge. The locations of both places on the main floor of CTU have been consistent since Day 1. A straighter example of this trope comes into play when you look at the exterior of the building. At some times CTU has had a typical multistory garage. At others it's had a fairly wide open parking lot.
* A few sets have been changed radically on ''Series/{{Neighbours}}'', most obviously Number 30 Ramsey St, which was rarely seen in 1985 and seemingly unoccupied until 1988. Another was Daphne's restaurant which was completely changed at the start of 1986. Both examples are the result of the sets being destroyed after Channel 7 cancelled the series, although the main three houses at the time were recreated more closely by Channel 10.
* In ''Series/DoctorWho'':
** The huge and mostly unseen TARDIS interior changes shape, as can be most clearly seen by comparing the various different appearances of the control room. The exterior, despite being stuck as a police box, also undergoes minor changes like altering the window size. The changing interior is eventually explained as The Doctor occasionally altering the TARDIS' desktop theme, as well as the destruction and repair of old rooms; in fact if you know the layout you can walk between them.
** Coal Hill School first appeared as a studio set in 1963. When the show revisited it in 1988, a school in Hammersmith was used for the exteriors. When it appeared in the 2013 and 2014 series, a different school in Wales was used. Obviously many schools have changed site or been rebuilt since 1963, so this is perhaps more justified than some of the other examples. When it's used as the setting for ''[[Series/Class2016 Class]]'', it's a much more modern building, and this is noted in-universe as a rebuild.



* In Monica's apartment on Series/{{Friends}} there is sometimes an arch between the main room and the kitchen. Sometimes its presence is demanded by the plot, but sometimes it's just there because the director liked it there.
* Next time you have a marathon of the once popular ''Series/DiffrentStrokes'' pay attention to the door, or blank wall, or staircase in the back left of the apartment, which sometimes goes nowhere, sometimes goes to Ms.Garret's room, sometimes connects to the bedrooms upstairs, or...hell, whatever the writer needed that part of the apartment did.

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* ''Radio/OurMissBrooks'': In Monica's apartment the [[TheMovie theatrical]] [[GrandFinale series finale]], most of the Warner Brother's sets are ''similar'' to those previously used on Series/{{Friends}} there the Desilu produced television episodes. The sets are, however, more elaborate as befitting the concluding film's theatrical release. The one major difference is sometimes Mr. Boynton's biology lab. Shown previously as essentially a small office with some cages and posters, it is seen as an arch enormous darkened classroom with ''many'' cages and aquariums.
* Nearly every series of ''Series/RedDwarf'' alters the architecture of the ship.
** Starbug, while still rather claustrophobic, is far bigger in series 6 and 7 than earlier series, apparently growing a few new rooms; in 7, this is justified by the battle with the Future Dwarfers warping the structure of the Bug to TARDIS proportions. And let's not even get into the Blue Midget and its legs (though the latter was apparently justified by Nanomachines rebuilding Red Dwarf).
* The hospital in ''Series/{{Scrubs}}'' looked completely different
between the main room pilot and second episode. Interestingly, the kitchen. Sometimes its presence same building is demanded by used in a number of other shows, notably ''Series/ChildrensHospital'' [[note]]Yes, the plot, but sometimes it's just there because punctuation is deliberately wrong.[[/note]] at the director liked moment. They've remodeled the inside and avoid shooting rooms in the same way ''Scrubs'' did to avoid it there.
feeling too similar.
* Next time you have a marathon The interior of the once popular ''Series/DiffrentStrokes'' pay attention to the door, or blank wall, or staircase Millers' house in ''Series/StillStanding'' is completely different in the back left of pilot.
* The Hub in ''Series/That70sShow'' was just not
the apartment, which sometimes goes nowhere, sometimes goes to Ms.Garret's room, sometimes connects to same place in the bedrooms upstairs, or...hell, whatever the writer needed that part of the apartment did.pilot.
7th Jan '17 5:47:03 PM MiddleEighth
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[[folder: Fan Works]]
*C'hou of ''Fanfic/WithStringsAttached'' and C'hou of ''Fanfic/TheKeysStandAlone: The Soft World'' are so radically different that only the shapes of the continents and the four moons are the same. For a while the four are convinced they're on an alternate C'hou, until they find out that [[AWizardDidIt the Pyar gods changed everything to make the place more homelike for the G'heddi'onians.]]
**Actually, it's because [[spoiler: they're unknowingly in a giant telepathic {{MMORPG}} based on C'hou. When they leave the gameworld and enter the real C'hou, everything is back to normal, except for changes that time has wrought over the last six years.]]
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23rd Oct '16 6:27:07 AM john_e
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** Coal Hill School first appeared as a studio set in 1963. When the show revisited it in 1988, a school in Hammersmith was used for the exteriors. When it appeared in the 2013 and 2014 series, a different school in Wales was used. Obviously many schools have changed site or been rebuilt since 1963, so this is perhaps more justified than some of the other examples.

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** Coal Hill School first appeared as a studio set in 1963. When the show revisited it in 1988, a school in Hammersmith was used for the exteriors. When it appeared in the 2013 and 2014 series, a different school in Wales was used. Obviously many schools have changed site or been rebuilt since 1963, so this is perhaps more justified than some of the other examples. When it's used as the setting for ''[[Series/Class2016 Class]]'', it's a much more modern building, and this is noted in-universe as a rebuild.
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[[folder:RealLife]]
*The Winchester Mystery House in San Jose, CA was the home of Sarah Winchester, heir to the gunmaker's fortune; she kept the home under constant construction for decades until her death, and the lack of any formal construction plan led to a number of oddities in the residence.
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2nd Oct '16 2:40:28 AM ImpudentInfidel
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* ''VideoGame/{{Portal 2}}'' shows a much different and more complex version of the Aperture Science Enrichment Center than in the first game. Of course, it's been a ''very'' long time between games and much of it has fallen into ruins, but the game also shows that the entire Enrichment Center is composed of mobile, infinitely reconfigurable test chambers, so the trope is explicitly justified.

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* ''VideoGame/{{Portal 2}}'' shows a much different and more complex version of the Aperture Science Enrichment Center than in the first game. Of course, it's been a ''very'' long time between games and much of it has fallen into ruins, but the game also shows that the entire Enrichment Center is composed of mobile, infinitely reconfigurable test chambers, so the trope is explicitly justified. Towards the end of the first game you also see large areas of the center from a distance, and it's clear you only ever explored a tiny part.
2nd Oct '16 2:33:46 AM ImpudentInfidel
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** The Valley of the Dark Lords on Korriban changed between game series, too. In ''VideoGame/JediKnightJediAcademy'', chronologically about four thousand years later, it was in ruins, but that could not explain the changes of layout, especially inside the tomb of Marka Ragnos or that the other tombs around it are not visible. Of course, these games were otherwise unrelated, set thousands of years apart, of different genres (''Academy'' is a FirstPersonShooter), and not made by the same people (Creator/BioWare for ''KOTOR'' vs. Raven Software for ''Academy''). A good comparison is on [[http://lparchive.org/Knights-of-the-Old-Republic-II/Update%2036/ this page]] of a ''Knights of the Old Republic II'' LetsPlay.

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** The Valley of the Dark Lords on Korriban changed between game series, too. In ''VideoGame/JediKnightJediAcademy'', chronologically about four thousand years later, it was in ruins, but that could not explain the changes of layout, especially inside the tomb of Marka Ragnos or that the other tombs around it are not visible. Of course, these games were otherwise unrelated, set thousands of years apart, of different genres (''Academy'' is a FirstPersonShooter), and not made by the same people (Creator/BioWare for ''KOTOR'' vs. Raven Software for ''Academy''). A good comparison is on [[http://lparchive.org/Knights-of-the-Old-Republic-II/Update%2036/ this page]] of a ''Knights of the Old Republic II'' LetsPlay. In VideoGame/StarWarsTheOldRepublic it has a third completely different layout.
2nd Oct '16 2:30:22 AM ImpudentInfidel
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** An entire castle appears out of nowhere when Dracula comes to town.

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** An entire castle appears out of nowhere when Dracula comes to town.town (the characters do comments on this one).
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