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20th Apr '17 11:35:11 PM Pamina
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* In ''Disney/Big Hero 6'', [[spoiler: Baymax gets Hiro and Abigail out of the portal, but is unable to get out himself. But he put his chip in his closed fist, allowing Hiro to pull a ''Mr. Fixit'' and build him again.]]
** Much to one's shock, [[spoiler: this trope is averted with Hiro's brother, Tadashi, who is killed in the burning building during the Expo.]]



** Also used in the 2nd film with King Harold. He takes a magical blast from the Fairy Godmother to protect Shrek and Fiona, and after her defeat he's notably vanished making it seem like it killed him. But it turns out he's actually [[spoiler: reverted back into his true form of a frog]].
*** [[spoiler:Which seems a little pointless in hindsight, since the third film [[SuddenSequelDeathSyndrome kills him anyway]].]]
*** On the contrary, [[spoiler:his survival from the incident was integral for the reluctant heirs to the throne, Shrek and Fiona, to pass their roles as the new royalty of Far, Far Away onto Arthur in the third film, for he mentions Arthur on his death bed.]]

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** Also used in the 2nd film with King Harold. He takes a magical blast from the Fairy Godmother to protect Shrek and Fiona, and after her defeat he's notably vanished making it seem like it killed him. But it turns out he's actually [[spoiler: reverted back into his true form of a frog]].
frog.]
*** [[spoiler:Which seems [[spoiler: This might seen a little pointless in hindsight, since the third film [[SuddenSequelDeathSyndrome kills him anyway]].]]
*** On the contrary,
anyway]]. But [[spoiler:his survival from the incident was integral for the reluctant heirs to the throne, Shrek and Fiona, to pass their roles as the new royalty of Far, Far Away onto Arthur in the third film, for he mentions Arthur on his death bed.]]
20th Apr '17 11:28:14 PM Pamina
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* n both the musical and the movie versions of ''Theatre/{{Rent}}'', Mimi apparently dies at the end after living on the streets for a long time, but after Roger uses the [[ThePowerOfLove Power of Love]]/the [[ThePowerOfRock Power of Rock]], she suddenly comes back to life again, her fever broken and not delirious anymore. Only in the [[DeathByAdaptation Dutch production]] is she KilledOffForReal. Subverted with Angel's actual death. In the opera ''Theatre/LaBoheme'', which Rent was based on, Mimi actually did die from tuberculosis, although Schaunard/Angel did not die at all.

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* n In both the musical and the movie versions of ''Theatre/{{Rent}}'', Mimi apparently dies at the end end, after living on the streets for a long time, but time while suffering from HIV. But after Roger uses the [[ThePowerOfLove Power of Love]]/the [[ThePowerOfRock Power of Rock]], she suddenly comes back to life again, her fever broken and not delirious anymore. Only in the [[DeathByAdaptation Dutch production]] is she KilledOffForReal. Subverted with Angel's actual death. In the opera ''Theatre/LaBoheme'', which Rent ''Rent'' was based on, Mimi actually did die from tuberculosis, although Schaunard/Angel Schaunard (Angel) did not die at all.
16th Apr '17 3:24:05 PM nombretomado
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* Lucretia in ''SpartacusBloodAndSand'' was stabbed through her stomach by Crixus and she managed to walk up to her husband and she fell over, seemingly dead. Then come the next season, she was fine and dandy. The whole thing was lampshaded where everyone thought that it was the [[DeusExMachina work of the gods]].
* [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pmwiki.php/Series/House House M.D]]:

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* Lucretia in ''SpartacusBloodAndSand'' ''Series/SpartacusBloodAndSand'' was stabbed through her stomach by Crixus and she managed to walk up to her husband and she fell over, seemingly dead. Then come the next season, she was fine and dandy. The whole thing was lampshaded where everyone thought that it was the [[DeusExMachina work of the gods]].
* [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pmwiki.php/Series/House House M.D]]:''{{Series/House}}'':
8th Apr '17 10:06:42 PM nombretomado
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* ''ScoobyDooMysteryInc'':

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* ''ScoobyDooMysteryInc'': ''WesternAnimation/ScoobyDooMysteryIncorporated'':
4th Apr '17 7:38:40 PM CumbersomeTercel
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** "Let's Kill Hitler" plays this trope straight. The 11th Doctor has been poisoned by a brainwashed [[spoiler:River Song]] to the point of no regeneration. After he's died, [[spoiler:River redeems herself by sacrificing her regenerations]] to bring the Doctor back to life.

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** "Let's "[[Recap/DoctorWhoS32E8LetsKillHitler Let's Kill Hitler" Hitler]]" plays this trope straight. The 11th Doctor has been poisoned by a brainwashed [[spoiler:River Song]] to the point of no regeneration. After he's died, [[spoiler:River redeems herself by sacrificing her regenerations]] to bring the Doctor back to life.
4th Apr '17 7:31:35 PM CumbersomeTercel
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** In "[[Recap/DoctorWhoS5E2TheIceWarriors The Ice Warriors]]", Victoria witnessed Jamie's apparent death at the hands of an Ice Warrior. However, while the man with Jamie was killed, Jamie himself survived.

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** In "[[Recap/DoctorWhoS5E2TheIceWarriors "[[Recap/DoctorWhoS5E3TheIceWarriors The Ice Warriors]]", Victoria witnessed Jamie's apparent death at the hands of an Ice Warrior. However, while the man with Jamie was killed, Jamie himself survived.
4th Apr '17 7:30:14 PM CumbersomeTercel
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* The robot version happened to K-9 in the "School Reunion" episode of ''Series/DoctorWho'', although it is unclear if this is the same robot rebuilt (with the same personality and memories) or just another robot of the same model.
** Also in the ''Doctor Who'' original series serial ''Survival'' [[spoiler:The Seventh Doctor]] has a head on collision on a motorbike with the enemy, resulting in a huge explosion which we see nobody escape from. Ace begins to mourn his death after she finds [[spoiler:his hat]] and [[spoiler:his umbrella]] laying on the ground. We soon after find out he's somehow just ended up face first in a pile of rubbish with his backside in the air.
** In the finale of series 5/season 31, there are ''two''. [[spoiler:In 1996, Centurion Rory is presumed dead from pulling the Pandorica out of the fires of the Blitz during UsefulNotes/WorldWarII. He's actually the night watchman of the museum holding the Pandorica. The Doctor also gets one. He travels back in time a few minutes faking his death from a partially powered Dalek raygun. He uses this as a diversion to travel back to the Pandorica to jump start the universe in a [[TitleDrop Big Bang]] Two. Geronimo indeed.]] %%Amy was Only Mostly Dead, but still clinically dead for a few minutes, so it's not this trope.
** In "The Doctor's Daughter" [[spoiler: Jenny [[TakingTheBullet takes a bullet]] for the Doctor near the end of the episode. After the Doctor has accepted that she won't regenerate, he leaves her body with her fellow soldiers and goes off in the TARDIS. Suddenly she pops back to life, apparently none the worse for wear (seemingly due to the {{Terraforming}} process that was still ongoing), and takes off in a stolen spaceship ([[LikeFatherLikeSon like father like daughter, apparently]]). The Doctor, however, is unaware that she came back to life.]]

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* The robot version happened to K-9 in the "School Reunion" "[[Recap/DoctorWhoS28E3SchoolReunion School Reunion]]" episode of ''Series/DoctorWho'', although it is unclear if this is the same robot rebuilt (with the same personality and memories) or just another robot of the same model.
** Also in the ''Doctor Who'' original series serial ''Survival'' [[Recap/DoctorWhos26E4Survival Survival]]" [[spoiler:The Seventh Doctor]] has a head on collision on a motorbike with the enemy, resulting in a huge explosion which we see nobody escape from. Ace begins to mourn his death after she finds [[spoiler:his hat]] and [[spoiler:his umbrella]] laying on the ground. We soon after find out he's somehow just ended up face first in a pile of rubbish with his backside in the air.
** In the finale of series 5/season 31, "[[Recap/DoctorWhoS31E13TheBigBang The Big Bang]]", there are ''two''. [[spoiler:In 1996, Centurion Rory is presumed dead from pulling the Pandorica out of the fires of the Blitz during UsefulNotes/WorldWarII. He's actually the night watchman of the museum holding the Pandorica. The Doctor also gets one. He travels back in time a few minutes faking his death from a partially powered Dalek raygun. He uses this as a diversion to travel back to the Pandorica to jump start the universe in a [[TitleDrop Big Bang]] Two. Geronimo indeed.]] %%Amy was Only Mostly Dead, but still clinically dead for a few minutes, so it's not this trope.
** In "The "[[Recap/DoctorWhoS30E6TheDoctorsDaughter The Doctor's Daughter" Daughter]]" [[spoiler: Jenny [[TakingTheBullet takes a bullet]] for the Doctor near the end of the episode. After the Doctor has accepted that she won't regenerate, he leaves her body with her fellow soldiers and goes off in the TARDIS. Suddenly she pops back to life, apparently none the worse for wear (seemingly due to the {{Terraforming}} process that was still ongoing), and takes off in a stolen spaceship ([[LikeFatherLikeSon like father like daughter, apparently]]). The Doctor, however, is unaware that she came back to life.]]



** In "The Ice Warriors", Victoria witnessed Jamie's apparent death at the hands of an Ice Warrior. However, while the man with Jamie was killed, Jamie himself survived.
** In "Planet of the Daleks", the Third Doctor believed Jo had been killed when the Daleks blew up the Thal spaceship in which she was hiding. In fact, she had been rescued at the last minute by a Spiridon named Wester.
** Following the Thals' missile strike against the Kaled City in "Genesis of the Daleks", the Fourth Doctor believed Harry and Sarah Jane (whom he had sent to warn the Kaled leaders) had died in the attack. In fact, they had been waylaid by Mutos and never even reached the Kaled City.
** This trope was subverted in the Fifth Doctor story "Earthshock", which ended with Adric being KilledOffForReal
** In "Trial of a Time Lord - Mindwarp", the Sixth Doctor was shown a scene in which Peri, her mind hijacked by an alien, was apparently killed. However, it later emerged that the scene in question had been fabricated and Peri was "alive and well and living as a queen".

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** In "The "[[Recap/DoctorWhoS5E2TheIceWarriors The Ice Warriors", Warriors]]", Victoria witnessed Jamie's apparent death at the hands of an Ice Warrior. However, while the man with Jamie was killed, Jamie himself survived.
** In "Planet "[[Recap/DoctorWhoS10E4PlanetOfTheDaleks Planet of the Daleks", Daleks]]", the Third Doctor believed Jo had been killed when the Daleks blew up the Thal spaceship in which she was hiding. In fact, she had been rescued at the last minute by a Spiridon named Wester.
** Following the Thals' missile strike against the Kaled City in "Genesis "[[Recap/DoctorWhoS12E4GenesisOfTheDaleks Genesis of the Daleks", Daleks]]", the Fourth Doctor believed Harry and Sarah Jane (whom he had sent to warn the Kaled leaders) had died in the attack. In fact, they had been waylaid by Mutos and never even reached the Kaled City.
** This trope was subverted in the Fifth Doctor story "Earthshock", "[[Recap/DoctorWhoS19E6Earthshock Earthshock]]", which ended with Adric being KilledOffForReal
** In "Trial of a Time Lord - Mindwarp", "[[Recap/DoctorWhoS23E2Mindwarp Mindwarp]]", the Sixth Doctor was shown a scene in which Peri, her mind hijacked by an alien, was apparently killed. However, it later emerged that the scene in question had been fabricated and Peri was "alive and well and living as a queen".
29th Mar '17 11:27:01 AM system
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29th Mar '17 9:49:28 AM contrafanxxx
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* In ''Film/PowerRangers2017'', [[spoiler: Rita drowns Billy after he reveals the location of the Zeo Crystal and the Rangers are helpless to do anything. He later comes back to life after Zordon gives up his chance to obtain his body via the Morphing Grid.]]
29th Mar '17 9:46:06 AM contrafanxxx
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* One episode of ''Anime/AkibasTrip'' ends with [[spoiler: Pyoko [[HeroicSacrifice sacrificing herself]] to save the day.]] Later, she shows up out of nowhere to help Tamotsu and Mayo for the FinalBattle with the BigBad.
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