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21st May '18 12:53:17 PM ZimFan89
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* ''Series/OnceUponATime'': The heroes have a [[FinalBattle showdown]] with the [[AlternateSelf Wish Realm]] version of Rumplestiltskin, climaxing with [[spoiler: Original!Rumple [[HeroicSacrifice sacrificing]] himself to destroy his counterpart]]. Afterwards, Regina casts an inversion of the Dark Curse in order to bring all the Fairy Tale Realms and their curse-scattered occupants to the same place -- namely, Storybrooke. Then, in a closing scene [[BookEnds echoing]] the pilot's scene of Snow and Charming's coronation, [[spoiler: Regina is chosen to serve as the [[TheHighQueen Good Queen]] of the United Realms]].
20th May '18 5:23:26 PM CodyHansen
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* ''Anime/SamuraiPizzaCats'': "The Big Comet Caper". Even though there is one more episode after it ("The Cats Cop Cartoon"), The Big Comet Caper acts as more of a grand finale.

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* ''Anime/SamuraiPizzaCats'': "The Big Comet Caper". Even though there is one more episode after it ("The Cats Cop Cartoon"), Cartoon Careers"), The Big Comet Caper acts as more of a grand finale.



** The finale of the original ''Series/{{Concentration}}'' on March 23, 1973 had been noted at least twice during the telecast. But their sign-off at show's end was rather perfunctory, with host Bob Clayton thanking viewers over the past 14-1/2 years as Tony Columbia strikes up "Auld Lang Syne" during the ending credits. Announcer Wayne Howell would quickly intone "This program has been recorded. This is Wayne Howell. Have a happy, safe weekend. Bye!"

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** The finale of the original ''Series/{{Concentration}}'' on March 23, 1973 had been noted at least twice during the telecast. But their sign-off at show's end was rather perfunctory, with host Bob Clayton thanking viewers over the past 14-1/2 years as Tony Columbia strikes up "Auld Lang Syne" during the ending credits. Announcer Wayne Howell would quickly intone "This program has been recorded.was pre-recorded. This is Wayne Howell. Have a happy, safe and happy weekend. Bye!"


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* ''Sam & Friends'' has this for the final episode (which aired on December 15, 1961), in which Kermit sings a song, then tells Harry that the series is ending after 7 years. Harry then blows up everything on the set, including all the scenery and equipment, since they probably won't be using it ever again.
19th May '18 8:05:19 AM Glowsquid
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* ''VideoGame/ArmoredCore: Last Raven'' concludes the plot of the third ''Armored Core'' generation by having every character except the player die and the world in ruins. It also served as a finale to the original ''Armored Core'' gameplay, as the ''Armored Core 4'' and ''Armored Core V'' generations would introduce big changes to the mechanics and style of the games.
7th May '18 11:31:10 PM Laevatein
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* In Australia, both the [[UsefulNotes/AustralianRulesFootball Australian Football League]] and [[UsefulNotes/RugbyLeague National Rugby League]] (as well as several other sporting leagues) refer to their premiership-deciding game as the Grand Final.



* In Australia, both the [[UsefulNotes/AustralianRulesFootball Australian Football League]] and [[UsefulNotes/RugbyLeague National Rugby League]] (as well as several other sporting leagues) refer to their premiership-deciding game as the Grand Final.

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* In Australia, both the [[UsefulNotes/AustralianRulesFootball Australian Football League]] and [[UsefulNotes/RugbyLeague National Rugby League]] (as well as several other sporting leagues) refer to their premiership-deciding game as the Grand Final.
7th May '18 11:30:34 PM Laevatein
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* In Australia, both the [[UsefulNotes/AustralianRulesFootball Australian Football League]] and [[UsefulNotes/RugbyLeague National Rugby League]] (as well as several other sporting leagues) refer to their premiership-deciding game as the Grand Final.
7th May '18 11:12:43 PM LlamaAdventure
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* ''Film/IronMan3'' is a very definitive finale to the Iron Man trilogy. [[spoiler: Tony's house and lab are destroyed, he self-destructs all of his remaining Iron Man suits, undergoes heart surgery to get the remaining shrapnel out and throws away his arc reactor. However, within the larger Franchise/MarvelCinematicUniverse, it's merely a TenMinuteRetirement for Tony.]]
7th May '18 6:23:36 PM quackytrope
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* ''Manga/{{Trigun}}'': The manga and anime end with one final showdown between Vash and his brother Knives, but under vastly different circumstances respectively. In the manga, it happens during an all-out war between Knives and humanity, complete with a entire fleet of spaceships, while in the anime, it's purely a one-on-one fight that isn't nearly as huge in scope, though Knives is still trying to wipe out all mankind.
7th May '18 9:16:42 AM quackytrope
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* ''ComicBook/KingdomCome''. A grand finale for the entire DC Universe ([[TheMultiverse or at least one, anyway]]) that also helped bring an end to UsefulNotes/TheDarkAgeOfComicBooks.

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* ''ComicBook/KingdomCome''. A grand finale for the entire DC Universe ([[TheMultiverse or at least one, one of them, anyway]]) that also helped bring an end to UsefulNotes/TheDarkAgeOfComicBooks.
7th May '18 9:14:15 AM quackytrope
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