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28th Sep '16 12:49:07 AM ZombieAladdin
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* {{Anime}} example: David Production's adaptation of ''Manga/JoJo'sBizarreAdventure'' has an inverted case in its first season. The first 9 episodes are dedicated to the "Phantom Blood" story and ends precisely and cleanly, leaving the rest of its first season to adapt the next part, "Battle Tendency."

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* {{Anime}} example: David Production's adaptation of ''Manga/JoJo'sBizarreAdventure'' ''Manga/JoJosBizarreAdventure'' has an inverted case in its first season. The first 9 episodes are dedicated to the "Phantom Blood" story and ends precisely and cleanly, cleanly at the end of its 9th episode, leaving the rest of its first season to adapt the next part, "Battle Tendency."
28th Sep '16 12:48:41 AM ZombieAladdin
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* {{Anime}} example: David Production's adaptation of ''Manga/JoJo'sBizarreAdventure'' has an inverted case in its first season. The first 9 episodes are dedicated to the "Phantom Blood" story and ends precisely and cleanly, leaving the rest of its first season to adapt the next part, "Battle Tendency."
4th Sep '16 9:25:35 PM pimpdaddy
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* ''Series/{{Glee}}'' had a crucial competition win, resolution for several story arcs, and even a traditional kiss in the final scene in its 13th episode. All of the front 13 were produced before airing and have fewer songs. They're also generally considered the show's best episodes by the majority of the fandom

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* ''Series/{{Glee}}'' had a crucial competition win, resolution for several story arcs, and even a traditional kiss in the final scene in its 13th episode.episode, and could easily be considered a satisfying series finale. All of the front 13 were produced before airing and have fewer songs. They're also generally considered the show's best episodes by the majority of the fandom
11th Jul '16 7:53:44 PM Bissek
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* The final season of ''Series/PersonOfInterest'' was only 13 episodes long. The production crew knew they weren't going to get approval for the back nine, so they wrapped up all the remaining major plot threads in those 13 episodes.
31st May '16 2:45:50 PM MarkLungo
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18th May '16 1:08:56 PM Doug86
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* A visitor to the Best Brains offices during the production of the last few episodes of ''MysteryScienceTheater3000'' reported seeing a note that said something like "Wish List: Season 11. Season 10, back nine. A job." The first two entries were crossed out.

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* A visitor to the Best Brains offices during the production of the last few episodes of ''MysteryScienceTheater3000'' ''Series/MysteryScienceTheater3000'' reported seeing a note that said something like "Wish List: Season 11. Season 10, back nine. A job." The first two entries were crossed out.
29th Jan '16 5:41:28 PM nombretomado
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The most obvious signs of this Trope in a series ''that gets to/past (e.g.) the February {{Sweeps}}'' (apart from WordOfGod) are the additions or alterations of important elements or a change in show atmosphere midway through the first Season (as opposed to between the first and second seasons) or a SeriesFauxnale in the middle of ''any'' season.

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The most obvious signs of this Trope in a series ''that gets to/past (e.g.) the February {{Sweeps}}'' UsefulNotes/{{Sweeps}}'' (apart from WordOfGod) are the additions or alterations of important elements or a change in show atmosphere midway through the first Season (as opposed to between the first and second seasons) or a SeriesFauxnale in the middle of ''any'' season.
12th Oct '15 2:17:23 PM Spellbreaker
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* A visitor to the Best Brains offices during the production of the last few episodes of ''MysteryScienceTheater3000'' reported seeing a note that said something like "Wish List: Season 11. Season 10, back nine. A job." The first two entries were crossed out.
3rd Oct '15 9:54:01 AM nombretomado
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* The ''ParksAndRecreation'' season 5 episode, "Leslie and Ben" was the 13th episode produced (but the 14th episode shown due to "Women in Garbage", one of the back 9, being aired OutOfOrder), and as such, was written as a [[SeriesFauxnale respectable]] finale for the show, which has always had low ratings and shaky renewals.

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* The ''ParksAndRecreation'' ''Series/ParksAndRecreation'' season 5 episode, "Leslie and Ben" was the 13th episode produced (but the 14th episode shown due to "Women in Garbage", one of the back 9, being aired OutOfOrder), and as such, was written as a [[SeriesFauxnale respectable]] finale for the show, which has always had low ratings and shaky renewals.
16th Apr '15 10:50:31 PM FordPrefect
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The most obvious signs of this Trope in a series ''that gets to/past (e.g.) the February Sweeps'' (apart from WordOfGod) are the additions or alterations of important elements or a change in show atmosphere midway through the first Season (as opposed to between the first and second seasons) or a SeriesFauxnale in the middle of ''any'' season.

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The most obvious signs of this Trope in a series ''that gets to/past (e.g.) the February Sweeps'' {{Sweeps}}'' (apart from WordOfGod) are the additions or alterations of important elements or a change in show atmosphere midway through the first Season (as opposed to between the first and second seasons) or a SeriesFauxnale in the middle of ''any'' season.
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