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28th Aug '16 7:21:01 PM hujwernoo
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** This requires some mental gymnastics for the latter two, as they have vaguely similar premises of 'find weird things happening, investigate weird things, deal with weird things', only one had the weird things caused by objects and the other by people. FridgeLogic kicks in when you realize that the cause of the weirdness is not always (or even usually) immediately apparent, so by all rights the two casts should run into each other on a semi-weekly basis.
18th Aug '16 4:59:08 PM Tre
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* The SyFy Channel's played this game, with crossovers between ''Series/{{Eureka}}'', ''Series/{{Warehouse 13}}'', and ''Series/{{Alphas}}''.

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* The SyFy Creator/{{Syfy}} Channel's played this game, with crossovers between ''Series/{{Eureka}}'', ''Series/{{Warehouse 13}}'', and ''Series/{{Alphas}}''.
15th Aug '16 2:34:56 PM 64SuperNintendo
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* ''Webcomic/{{Megatokyo}}'''s Junpei has shown up in ''Webcomic/{{Applegeeks}}'', and they cross over from time to time. Mostly though, they stay apart, mainly because one set of characters in in Japan and the other is in America. Plus, time passes much slower in ''Megatokyo'' than in ''Applegeeks''.
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* Almost all of the WhateleyUniverse stories take place among a small group of kids who go to [[SuperheroSchool Whateley Academy]] together, so there's phenomenal amounts of Continuity Overlap, to the point that it looks like the authors have to coordinate character schedules down to the day.
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[[folder:Web Comics]]
* ''Webcomic/{{Megatokyo}}'''s Junpei has shown up in ''Webcomic/{{Applegeeks}}'', and they cross over from time to time. Mostly though, they stay apart, mainly because one set of characters in in Japan and the other is in America. Plus, time passes much slower in ''Megatokyo'' than in ''Applegeeks''.
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* Almost all of the WhateleyUniverse stories take place among a small group of kids who go to [[SuperheroSchool Whateley Academy]] together, so there's phenomenal amounts of Continuity Overlap, to the point that it looks like the authors have to coordinate character schedules down to the day.
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6th Jun '16 6:39:41 PM MarqFJA
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** [[http://vetus.wordpress.com/nazenani/#v30 Akamatsu himself]] has confirmed that the Nitta-sensei from ''Manga/AILoveYou'' and the Nitta-sensei from ''Negima'' are the same person, as well as the fact that ''Love Hina'''s Motoko Aoyama and ''Negima'''s Eishun [[http://vetus.wordpress.com/2010/09/02/vol-31-qa-partial/ are related somehow]].

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** [[http://vetus.wordpress.com/nazenani/#v30 Akamatsu himself]] has confirmed that the Nitta-sensei from ''Manga/AILoveYou'' and the Nitta-sensei from ''Negima'' are the same person, as well as the fact that ''Love Hina'''s Hina''[='s=] Motoko Aoyama and ''Negima'''s Eishun [[http://vetus.wordpress.com/2010/09/02/vol-31-qa-partial/ are related somehow]].
5th Jun '16 1:55:23 PM nombretomado
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* Bryan Fuller's works -- ''Series/DeadLikeMe'', ''Series/PushingDaisies'' and ''Series/{{Wonderfalls}}'' -- are all apparently set in the same universe. PushingDaisies and {{Wonderfalls}} share a character (a one-timer) and PushingDaisies also refers to Happy Time Temp Agency, which is where George worked in DeadLikeMe.

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* Bryan Fuller's works -- ''Series/DeadLikeMe'', ''Series/PushingDaisies'' and ''Series/{{Wonderfalls}}'' -- are all apparently set in the same universe. PushingDaisies ''Pushing Daisies'' and {{Wonderfalls}} ''Wonderfalls'' share a character (a one-timer) and PushingDaisies ''Pushing Daisies'' also refers to Happy Time Temp Agency, which is where George worked in DeadLikeMe.''Dead Like Me''.
14th May '16 9:28:53 PM nombretomado
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** ''Series/{{Seinfeld}}'' also exists in this universe (Paul Buchman was the original owner of Kramer's apartment), which is weird because George's fiancee, Susan, enjoys watching ''{{Mad About You}}''.

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** ''Series/{{Seinfeld}}'' also exists in this universe (Paul Buchman was the original owner of Kramer's apartment), which is weird because George's fiancee, Susan, enjoys watching ''{{Mad ''Series/{{Mad About You}}''.



* Similary, ''Series/{{JAG}}'' spawned ''Series/{{NCIS}}'' which spawned ''Series/NCISLosAngeles''. Other than the PoorlyDisguisedPilot, there was one minor cross-over of a JAG lawyer appearing on NCIS. Abby Sciuto is the only character on either of the three to appear on all three shows.

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* Similary, Similarly, ''Series/{{JAG}}'' spawned ''Series/{{NCIS}}'' which spawned ''Series/NCISLosAngeles''. Other than the PoorlyDisguisedPilot, there was one minor cross-over of a JAG lawyer appearing on NCIS. Abby Sciuto is the only character on either of the three to appear on all three shows.



* When Bobby Ewing was killed off on ''Series/{{Dallas}}'', it was mentioned in SpinOff ''KnotsLanding'', and Gary Ewing named his newborn son after his late brother. After the infamous ''AllJustADream'' ResetButton that brought Bobby back, ''Knots Landing'' stopped referencing its parent show.
* The shared universe of Series/{{Arrow}} and [[Series/TheFlash2014 The Flash]] brings up a few of these. Crossovers between the shows are paired (Arrow characters show up on Flash the same week that Flash characters show up on Arrow), and as such the first crossover tends to lead into the second. There is also a notable case with Deathbolt, a VillainOfTheWeek on Arrow who was locked up in Star Labs: a later episode of Flash made heavy use of him, with no explanation of where he came from.

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* When Bobby Ewing was killed off on ''Series/{{Dallas}}'', it was mentioned in SpinOff ''KnotsLanding'', ''Series/KnotsLanding'', and Gary Ewing named his newborn son after his late brother. After the infamous ''AllJustADream'' ResetButton that brought Bobby back, ''Knots Landing'' stopped referencing its parent show.
* The shared universe of Series/{{Arrow}} ''Series/{{Arrow}}'' and [[Series/TheFlash2014 ''[[Series/TheFlash2014 The Flash]] Flash]]'' brings up a few of these. Crossovers between the shows are paired (Arrow characters show up on Flash the same week that Flash characters show up on Arrow), and as such the first crossover tends to lead into the second. There is also a notable case with Deathbolt, a VillainOfTheWeek on Arrow who was locked up in Star Labs: a later episode of Flash made heavy use of him, with no explanation of where he came from.
14th May '16 9:28:18 PM nombretomado
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* ''Series/BuffyTheVampireSlayer'' and ''Series/{{Angel}}'' interacted so much during their respective fourth and first seasons that watching them in concert is almost a neccesity to understand what's going on in either.

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* ''Series/BuffyTheVampireSlayer'' and ''Series/{{Angel}}'' interacted so much during their respective fourth and first seasons that watching them in concert is almost a neccesity necessity to understand what's going on in either.



* Bryan Fuller's works -- ''DeadLikeMe'', ''PushingDaisies'' and ''{{Wonderfalls}}'' -- are all apparently set in the same universe. PushingDaisies and {{Wonderfalls}} share a character (a one-timer) and PushingDaisies also refers to Happy Time Temp Agency, which is where George worked in DeadLikeMe.
* ''Series/{{Friends}}'', ''{{Mad About You}}'' and ''Series/CarolineInTheCity'' are all in the same universe, although they don't have a major impact on one another, just cameos by characters in each work.

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* Bryan Fuller's works -- ''DeadLikeMe'', ''PushingDaisies'' ''Series/DeadLikeMe'', ''Series/PushingDaisies'' and ''{{Wonderfalls}}'' ''Series/{{Wonderfalls}}'' -- are all apparently set in the same universe. PushingDaisies and {{Wonderfalls}} share a character (a one-timer) and PushingDaisies also refers to Happy Time Temp Agency, which is where George worked in DeadLikeMe.
* ''Series/{{Friends}}'', ''{{Mad ''Series/{{Mad About You}}'' and ''Series/CarolineInTheCity'' are all in the same universe, although they don't have a major impact on one another, just cameos by characters in each work.
5th May '16 7:40:10 PM IndirectActiveTransport
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* Vanessa Kraven had never interacted with Jessicka Havok in SHINE prior to show 28 but called her out in the lead up over a year's past encounter in Wrestling/{{SHIMMER}}. Cherry Bomb was the first wrestler in SHIMMER to lose to Candice [=LeRae=] but volume 80 revealed Bomb had a much more personal vendetta against her related to a Wrestling/{{WSU}} event.[[/folder]]

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* Vanessa Kraven had never interacted with Jessicka Havok in SHINE prior to show 28 but called her out in the lead up over a year's past encounter in Wrestling/{{SHIMMER}}. Cherry Bomb was the first wrestler in SHIMMER to lose to Candice [=LeRae=] but volume 80 revealed Bomb had a much was more personal vendetta against her related to upset about the collar bone [=LeRae=] had broken at a Wrestling/{{WSU}} event.[[/folder]]
3rd May '16 7:21:14 AM IndirectActiveTransport
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* Vanessa Kraven had never interacted with Jessicka Havok in SHINE prior to show 28 but called her out in the lead up over a year's past encounter in Wrestling/{{SHIMMER}}.[[/folder]]

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* Vanessa Kraven had never interacted with Jessicka Havok in SHINE prior to show 28 but called her out in the lead up over a year's past encounter in Wrestling/{{SHIMMER}}. Cherry Bomb was the first wrestler in SHIMMER to lose to Candice [=LeRae=] but volume 80 revealed Bomb had a much more personal vendetta against her related to a Wrestling/{{WSU}} event.[[/folder]]
28th Apr '16 9:46:24 AM IndirectActiveTransport
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* For most of his Wrestling/RingOfHonor career, Chris Sabin did very little in the company itself and was most significant for his feuds with Wrestling/AJStyles in Wrestling/{{N|ationalWrestlingAlliance}}WA[=-=]Wrestling/{{TNA}}. Similarly, his conspiracy with Alex Shelley against the Knights Of The Rising Dawn and boasts that they innovated the junior heavyweight style make little sense in the context of ROH itself, as it doesn't even have weight classes but makes perfect sense in the context of their Wrestling/{{New Japan|ProWrestling}} run. Despite Sabin's betrayal of them in ROH, Wrestling/ChristopherDaniels and Wrestling/FrankieKazarian hated Wrestling/TheYoungBucks more over an event two years ago in Wrestling/ProWrestlingGuerrila. In turn, most of Erik Stevens's run in Full Impact Pro would be uneventful if not for his FIP title defenses in ROH and War Machine received a shot at the GHC Heavyweight TagTeam Champions Killer Elite Squad based on their ROH exploits rather than anything they ever did in [[Wrestling/ProWrestlingNOAH NOAH]].

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* For most of his Wrestling/RingOfHonor career, Chris Sabin did very little in the company itself and was most significant for his feuds with Wrestling/AJStyles in Wrestling/{{N|ationalWrestlingAlliance}}WA[=-=]Wrestling/{{TNA}}. Similarly, his conspiracy with Alex Shelley against the Knights Of The Rising Dawn and boasts that they innovated the junior heavyweight style make little sense in the context of ROH itself, as it doesn't even have weight classes but makes perfect sense in the context of their Wrestling/{{New Japan|ProWrestling}} run. Despite Sabin's betrayal of them in ROH, Wrestling/ChristopherDaniels and Wrestling/FrankieKazarian hated Wrestling/TheYoungBucks more over an event two years ago in Wrestling/ProWrestlingGuerrila.Wrestling/ProWrestlingGuerilla. In turn, most of Erik Stevens's run in Full Impact Pro would be uneventful if not for his FIP title defenses in ROH and War Machine received a shot at the GHC Heavyweight TagTeam Champions Killer Elite Squad based on their ROH exploits rather than anything they ever did in [[Wrestling/ProWrestlingNOAH NOAH]].
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