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22nd Dec '15 6:15:26 PM eroock
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Generally, if writers want to remove a character from their ensemble, they will either [[CharacterDeath kill that character off]] or [[PutOnABus put him on a bus]] ([[BusCrash or both]]) to explain their absence. Sufferers of '''Chuck Cunningham Syndrome''', on the other hand, simply disappear into limbo. They will often be {{retcon}}ned right out of the story's history, while, of course, everyone still left on-screen will [[OffscreenInertia simply carry on]] as if [[Literature/NineteenEightyFour Oceania had always]] [[OrwellianEditor been at war]] [[OrwellianRetcon with Eastasia]] and [[Franchise/StarWars Greedo had always]] [[TheDogShotFirst shot first]]. This is sometimes caused by the writers gradually losing interest in the character and, without making a conscious decision to remove them, eventually forget about them entirely. More often, complications behind the scenes drive the decision to remove a character.
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Generally, if writers want to remove a character from their ensemble, they will either [[CharacterDeath kill that character off]] or [[PutOnABus put him on a bus]] ([[BusCrash or both]]) to explain their absence. Sufferers of '''Chuck Chuck Cunningham Syndrome''', Syndrome, on the other hand, simply disappear into limbo. They will often be {{retcon}}ned right out of the story's history, while, of course, everyone still left on-screen will [[OffscreenInertia simply carry on]] as if [[Literature/NineteenEightyFour Oceania had always]] [[OrwellianEditor been at war]] [[OrwellianRetcon with Eastasia]] and [[Franchise/StarWars Greedo had always]] [[TheDogShotFirst shot first]]. This is sometimes caused by the writers gradually losing interest in the character and, without making a conscious decision to remove them, eventually forget about them entirely. More often, complications behind the scenes drive the decision to remove a character.
31st Oct '15 4:32:04 AM DeadlyAssassin
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* ChuckCunninghamSyndrome/{{Radio}}
2nd May '15 6:52:55 AM tropeminer
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Generally, if writers want to remove a character from their ensemble, they will either [[CharacterDeath kill that character off]] or [[PutOnABus put him on a bus]] ([[BusCrash or both]]) to explain their absence. Sufferers of Chuck Cunningham Syndrome, on the other hand, simply disappear into limbo. They will often be {{retcon}}ned right out of the story's history, while, of course, everyone still left on-screen will [[OffscreenInertia simply carry on]] as if [[Literature/NineteenEightyFour Oceania had always]] [[OrwellianEditor been at war]] [[OrwellianRetcon with Eastasia]] and [[Franchise/StarWars Greedo had always]] [[TheDogShotFirst shot first]]. This is sometimes caused by the writers gradually losing interest in the character and, without making a conscious decision to remove them, eventually forget about them entirely. More often, complications behind the scenes drive the decision to remove a character.
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Generally, if writers want to remove a character from their ensemble, they will either [[CharacterDeath kill that character off]] or [[PutOnABus put him on a bus]] ([[BusCrash or both]]) to explain their absence. Sufferers of Chuck '''Chuck Cunningham Syndrome, Syndrome''', on the other hand, simply disappear into limbo. They will often be {{retcon}}ned right out of the story's history, while, of course, everyone still left on-screen will [[OffscreenInertia simply carry on]] as if [[Literature/NineteenEightyFour Oceania had always]] [[OrwellianEditor been at war]] [[OrwellianRetcon with Eastasia]] and [[Franchise/StarWars Greedo had always]] [[TheDogShotFirst shot first]]. This is sometimes caused by the writers gradually losing interest in the character and, without making a conscious decision to remove them, eventually forget about them entirely. More often, complications behind the scenes drive the decision to remove a character.
19th Apr '15 6:28:58 AM Adept
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->''"Let us contemplate the mystery of [[Series/HappyDays Richie's older brother Chuck]], who ascended the stairs with his basketball in season one, and never came down again."''
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->''"Let us contemplate the mystery of [[Series/HappyDays Richie's older brother Chuck]], Chuck, who ascended the stairs with his basketball in season one, and never came down again."''
20th Jan '15 3:49:03 PM Twiddler
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2nd Dec '14 10:34:10 AM TheHeroHartmut
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Generally, if writers want to remove a character from their ensemble, they will either [[CharacterDeath kill that character off]] or [[PutOnABus put him on a bus]] ([[BusCrash or both]]) to explain their absence. Sufferers of Chuck Cunningham Syndrome, on the other hand, simply disappear into limbo. They will often be {{retcon}}ned right out of the story's history, while, of course, everyone still left on-screen will [[THeTethercatPinciple simply carry on]] as if [[Literature/NineteenEightyFour Oceania had always]] [[OrwellianEditor been at war]] [[OrwellianRetcon with Eastasia]] and [[Franchise/StarWars Greedo had always]] [[TheDogShotFirst shot first]]. This is sometimes caused by the writers gradually losing interest in the character and, without making a conscious decision to remove them, eventually forget about them entirely. More often, complications behind the scenes drive the decision to remove a character.
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Generally, if writers want to remove a character from their ensemble, they will either [[CharacterDeath kill that character off]] or [[PutOnABus put him on a bus]] ([[BusCrash or both]]) to explain their absence. Sufferers of Chuck Cunningham Syndrome, on the other hand, simply disappear into limbo. They will often be {{retcon}}ned right out of the story's history, while, of course, everyone still left on-screen will [[THeTethercatPinciple [[OffscreenInertia simply carry on]] as if [[Literature/NineteenEightyFour Oceania had always]] [[OrwellianEditor been at war]] [[OrwellianRetcon with Eastasia]] and [[Franchise/StarWars Greedo had always]] [[TheDogShotFirst shot first]]. This is sometimes caused by the writers gradually losing interest in the character and, without making a conscious decision to remove them, eventually forget about them entirely. More often, complications behind the scenes drive the decision to remove a character.
2nd Dec '14 10:33:40 AM TheHeroHartmut
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Generally, if writers want to remove a character from their ensemble, they will either [[CharacterDeath kill that character off]] or [[PutOnABus put him on a bus]] ([[BusCrash or both]]) to explain their absence. Sufferers of Chuck Cunningham Syndrome, on the other hand, simply disappear into limbo. They will often be {{retcon}}ned right out of the story's history, while, of course, everyone still left on-screen will simply carry on as if [[Literature/NineteenEightyFour Oceania had always]] [[OrwellianEditor been at war]] [[OrwellianRetcon with Eastasia]] and [[Franchise/StarWars Greedo had always]] [[TheDogShotFirst shot first]]. This is sometimes caused by the writers gradually losing interest in the character and, without making a conscious decision to remove them, eventually forget about them entirely. More often, complications behind the scenes drive the decision to remove a character.
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Generally, if writers want to remove a character from their ensemble, they will either [[CharacterDeath kill that character off]] or [[PutOnABus put him on a bus]] ([[BusCrash or both]]) to explain their absence. Sufferers of Chuck Cunningham Syndrome, on the other hand, simply disappear into limbo. They will often be {{retcon}}ned right out of the story's history, while, of course, everyone still left on-screen will [[THeTethercatPinciple simply carry on on]] as if [[Literature/NineteenEightyFour Oceania had always]] [[OrwellianEditor been at war]] [[OrwellianRetcon with Eastasia]] and [[Franchise/StarWars Greedo had always]] [[TheDogShotFirst shot first]]. This is sometimes caused by the writers gradually losing interest in the character and, without making a conscious decision to remove them, eventually forget about them entirely. More often, complications behind the scenes drive the decision to remove a character.
10th Nov '14 3:21:32 PM VanHohenheimOfXerxes
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Generally, if writers want to remove a character from their ensemble, they will either [[CharacterDeath kill that character off]] or [[PutOnABus put him on a bus]] ([[BusCrash or both]]) to explain their absence. Sufferers of Chuck Cunningham Syndrome, on the other hand, simply disappear into limbo. They will often be {{retcon}}ned right out of the story's history, while, of course, everyone still left on-screen will simply carry on as if [[Franchise/StarWars Greedo had always]] [[TheDogShotFirst shot first]] and [[Literature/NineteenEightyFour Oceania had always]] [[OrwellianEditor been at war]] [[OrwellianRetcon with Eastasia]]. This is sometimes caused by the writers gradually losing interest in the character and, without making a conscious decision to remove them, eventually forget about them entirely. More often, complications behind the scenes drive the decision to remove a character.
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Generally, if writers want to remove a character from their ensemble, they will either [[CharacterDeath kill that character off]] or [[PutOnABus put him on a bus]] ([[BusCrash or both]]) to explain their absence. Sufferers of Chuck Cunningham Syndrome, on the other hand, simply disappear into limbo. They will often be {{retcon}}ned right out of the story's history, while, of course, everyone still left on-screen will simply carry on as if [[Franchise/StarWars Greedo had always]] [[TheDogShotFirst shot first]] and [[Literature/NineteenEightyFour Oceania had always]] [[OrwellianEditor been at war]] [[OrwellianRetcon with Eastasia]].Eastasia]] and [[Franchise/StarWars Greedo had always]] [[TheDogShotFirst shot first]]. This is sometimes caused by the writers gradually losing interest in the character and, without making a conscious decision to remove them, eventually forget about them entirely. More often, complications behind the scenes drive the decision to remove a character.
10th Nov '14 3:20:51 PM VanHohenheimOfXerxes
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Generally, if writers want to remove a character from their ensemble, they will either [[CharacterDeath kill that character off]] or [[PutOnABus put him on a bus]] ([[BusCrash or both]]) to explain their absence. Sufferers of Chuck Cunningham Syndrome, on the other hand, simply disappear into limbo. They will often be {{retcon}}ned right out of the story's history, while, of course, everyone still left on-screen will simply carry on as if [[Franchise/StarWars Greedo always]] [[TheDogShotFirst shot first]] [[Literature/NineteenEightyFour Oceania has always]] [[OrwellianEditor been at war]] [[OrwellianRetcon with Eastasia]]. This is sometimes caused by the writers gradually losing interest in the character and, without making a conscious decision to remove them, eventually forget about them entirely. More often, complications behind the scenes drive the decision to remove a character.
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Generally, if writers want to remove a character from their ensemble, they will either [[CharacterDeath kill that character off]] or [[PutOnABus put him on a bus]] ([[BusCrash or both]]) to explain their absence. Sufferers of Chuck Cunningham Syndrome, on the other hand, simply disappear into limbo. They will often be {{retcon}}ned right out of the story's history, while, of course, everyone still left on-screen will simply carry on as if [[Franchise/StarWars Greedo had always]] [[TheDogShotFirst shot first]] and [[Literature/NineteenEightyFour Oceania has had always]] [[OrwellianEditor been at war]] [[OrwellianRetcon with Eastasia]]. This is sometimes caused by the writers gradually losing interest in the character and, without making a conscious decision to remove them, eventually forget about them entirely. More often, complications behind the scenes drive the decision to remove a character.
10th Nov '14 3:20:35 PM VanHohenheimOfXerxes
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Generally, if writers want to remove a character from their ensemble, they will either [[CharacterDeath kill that character off]] or [[PutOnABus put him on a bus]] ([[BusCrash or both]]) to explain their absence. Sufferers of Chuck Cunningham Syndrome, on the other hand, simply disappear into limbo. They will often be {{retcon}}ned right out of the story's history, while, of course, everyone still left on-screen will simply carry on as if [[OrwellianRetcon Oceania has always been at war with Eastasia]]. This is sometimes caused by the writers gradually losing interest in the character and, without making a conscious decision to remove them, eventually forget about them entirely. More often, complications behind the scenes drive the decision to remove a character.
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Generally, if writers want to remove a character from their ensemble, they will either [[CharacterDeath kill that character off]] or [[PutOnABus put him on a bus]] ([[BusCrash or both]]) to explain their absence. Sufferers of Chuck Cunningham Syndrome, on the other hand, simply disappear into limbo. They will often be {{retcon}}ned right out of the story's history, while, of course, everyone still left on-screen will simply carry on as if [[Franchise/StarWars Greedo always]] [[TheDogShotFirst shot first]] [[Literature/NineteenEightyFour Oceania has always]] [[OrwellianEditor been at war]] [[OrwellianRetcon Oceania has always been at war with Eastasia]]. This is sometimes caused by the writers gradually losing interest in the character and, without making a conscious decision to remove them, eventually forget about them entirely. More often, complications behind the scenes drive the decision to remove a character.
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