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16th Oct '17 3:54:48 PM SeanMurrayI
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* Part 1 of ''WesternAnimation/StarWarsRebels''' Season 4 premier has Sabine's mother and brother apparently being vaporized by a new Imperial weapon. The episode ends with Sabine arriving at the scene and finding no survivors, only some charred suits of Mandalorian armor, seemingly confirming their fate. Part 2 immediately begins with Sabine's mother and brother showing up alive, and explaining that they managed to get out of the weapon's range before it was fired.


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* Part 1 of ''WesternAnimation/StarWarsRebels''' Season 4 premier has Sabine's mother and brother apparently being vaporized by a new Imperial weapon. The episode ends with Sabine arriving at the scene and finding no survivors, only some charred suits of Mandalorian armor, seemingly confirming their fate. Part 2 immediately begins with Sabine's mother and brother showing up alive and explaining that they managed to get out of the weapon's range before it was fired.
16th Oct '17 11:56:07 AM comicwriter
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* Part 1 of ''WesternAnimation/StarWarsRebels''' Season 4 premier has Sabine's mother and brother apparently being vaporized by a new Imperial weapon. The episode ends with Sabine arriving at the scene and finding no survivors, only some charred suits of Mandalorian armor, seemingly confirming their fate. Part 2 then immediately begins with Sabine's mother and brother arriving on the scene, explaining that they managed to get out of the weapon's range before it was fired.

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* Part 1 of ''WesternAnimation/StarWarsRebels''' Season 4 premier has Sabine's mother and brother apparently being vaporized by a new Imperial weapon. The episode ends with Sabine arriving at the scene and finding no survivors, only some charred suits of Mandalorian armor, seemingly confirming their fate. Part 2 then immediately begins with Sabine's mother and brother arriving on the scene, showing up alive, and explaining that they managed to get out of the weapon's range before it was fired.
16th Oct '17 11:54:53 AM comicwriter
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* Episode 3 of ''Series/HikoninSentaiAkibaranger'' ends with Mitsuki announcing that she's leaving the team, and her comrades reacting in shock. Episode 4 opens with Mitsuki clarifying that she's leaving the team...for a three-day martial arts course, and she'll return as soon as it's over.

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* Episode 3 of ''Series/HikoninSentaiAkibaranger'' ends with Mitsuki announcing that she's leaving the team, and her comrades reacting in shock. Episode 4 opens with Mitsuki clarifying that she's leaving the team...for a three-day martial arts course, and that she'll return as soon as it's over.



* Part 1 of ''WesternAnimation/StarWarsRebels''' Season 4 premier has Sabine's mother and brother apparently being vaporized by a new Imperial weapon. Sabine arrives at the scene and finds no survivors, only some charred suits of Mandalorian armor, seemingly confirming their fate. Part 2 then immediately begins with Sabine's mother and brother arriving on the scene, explaining that they managed to get out of the weapon's range before it was fired.

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* Part 1 of ''WesternAnimation/StarWarsRebels''' Season 4 premier has Sabine's mother and brother apparently being vaporized by a new Imperial weapon. The episode ends with Sabine arrives arriving at the scene and finds finding no survivors, only some charred suits of Mandalorian armor, seemingly confirming their fate. Part 2 then immediately begins with Sabine's mother and brother arriving on the scene, explaining that they managed to get out of the weapon's range before it was fired.
16th Oct '17 11:53:24 AM comicwriter
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* Part 1 of ''WesternAnimation/StarWarsRebels''' Season 4 premier has Sabine's mother and brother apparently being vaporized by a new Imperial weapon. Sabine arrives at the scene and finds no survivors, only some charred suits of Mandalorian armor, seemingly confirming their fate. Part 2 then immediately begins with Sabine's mother and brother arriving on the scene, explaining that they managed to get out of the weapon's range before it was fired.
14th Oct '17 12:05:01 PM SeanMurrayI
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* {{Literature/Goosebumps}} was notorious for doing this several times a book, often at the end of nearly every chapter.

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%% * {{Literature/Goosebumps}} ''{{Literature/Goosebumps}}'' was notorious for doing this several times a book, often at the end of nearly every chapter.
14th Oct '17 5:38:58 AM ImpudentInfidel
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* {{Literature/Goosebumps}} was notorious for doing this several times a book, often at the end of nearly every chapter.
14th Oct '17 5:32:39 AM ImpudentInfidel
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** Given their flair for drama, both could simply be examples of SpareAMessenger.
26th Sep '17 4:46:20 AM scootermark
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** A notorious cliffhanger from the Sixth Doctor story [[Recap/DoctorWhoS22E3TheMarkOfTheRani "The Mark of the Rani"]] involves the Doctor hurtling down a hill strapped to a gurney, headed for a mine's pithead. The reprise inserts shots not shown in the cliffhanger of the guest hero running toward the gurney, so that the resolution can be him saving the Doctor before he falls in the pit.
8th Sep '17 5:12:48 PM comicwriter
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** Season 3 finale: Wiegel's serial killer boyfriend is about to be put to death, but the phone in the execution chamber rings, raising the possibility that he's been granted a stay of execution. Meanwhile, Dangle and Garcia are trapped in a car during a snowstorm, and the pre-credits teaser shows two firefighters opening up the car, only to react in surprise while one says "Oh my god."

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** Season 3 finale: Wiegel's serial killer boyfriend is about to be put to death, but the phone in the execution chamber rings, raising the possibility that he's been granted a stay of execution. Meanwhile, Dangle and Garcia are trapped in a car during a snowstorm, and the pre-credits teaser shows two firefighters opening up the car, only to react in surprise horror while one says "Oh my god."
8th Sep '17 5:12:15 PM comicwriter
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** Season 3 finale: Wiegel's serial killer boyfriend is about to be put to death, but the phone in the execution chamber rings, raising the possibility that he's been granted a stay of execution. Meanwhile, Dangle and Garcia are trapped in a car during a snowstorm, and the pre-credits teaser shows two firefighters opening up the car, only to react in surprise while one says "Oh my god."
*** Season 4 premier: It was just a wrong number, and Wiegel's boyfriend is immediately killed. Dangle and Garcia are also totally fine, and the firefighters were reacting to the sight of [[NotWhatItLooksLike the two men huddling together while naked in order to keep warm]].
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