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24th Jun '17 6:37:31 AM tyrekecorrea
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*** Also his big return in Series/PowerRangersDinoThunder as TheMentor and TeamDad.

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** Jason returning to be the Gold Ranger in [[Series/PowerRangersZeo Zeo]] was just as surprising as it was was welcome.
*** Also his Tommy's big return in Series/PowerRangersDinoThunder as TheMentor and TeamDad.
18th Jun '17 2:06:01 PM nombretomado
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** To make it official, ThatOtherWiki has confirmed that he has signed a multi-year contract with the WWE. Ladies and Gentlemen, it's official: ''THE ROCK HAS COME BACK! HOME!'

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** To make it official, ThatOtherWiki Wiki/ThatOtherWiki has confirmed that he has signed a multi-year contract with the WWE. Ladies and Gentlemen, it's official: ''THE ROCK HAS COME BACK! HOME!'
16th Jun '17 4:10:06 AM Snowy66
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* ''Series/{{Arrow}}'' has a couple of examples focusing on [[ComicBook/GreenArrow Oliver Queen]]. In Season One, [[spoiler: he encounters his EvilCounterpart, the Dark Archer (secretly Malcolm Merlyn), and suffers a brutal beatdown; he escapes alive, but the next episode shows him struggling to regain his confidence and focus. Eventually, his confidant John Diggle gives him a much-needed pep talk about drawing strength from his loved ones, and he recovers in time to don his costume and stop VillainOfTheWeek Firefly]]. In Season Two, [[spoiler: having failed to stop Malcolm from destroying the Glades and watched his best friend Tommy die in front of him, Oliver retreats to the island of Lian Yu, where Diggle and Felicity Smoak have to convince him to come back and save his family's company. Through reconnecting with his mother and sister while confronting his guilt over Tommy viewing him as a murderer, Oliver adopts a new ThouShaltNotKill approach, ultimately making a BigDamnHeroes return as the Arrow to save his sister from four murderous copycats]].

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* ''Series/{{Arrow}}'' has a couple of few examples focusing on [[ComicBook/GreenArrow Oliver Queen]]. Queen]].
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In Season One, [[spoiler: he encounters his EvilCounterpart, the Dark Archer (secretly Malcolm Merlyn), and suffers a brutal beatdown; he escapes alive, but the next episode shows him struggling to regain his confidence and focus. Eventually, his confidant John Diggle gives him a much-needed pep talk about drawing strength from his loved ones, and he recovers in time to don his costume and stop VillainOfTheWeek Firefly]]. Firefly]].
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In Season Two, [[spoiler: having failed to stop Malcolm from destroying the Glades and watched his best friend Tommy die in front of him, Oliver retreats to the island of Lian Yu, where Diggle and Felicity Smoak have to convince him to come back and save his family's company. Through reconnecting with his mother and sister while confronting his guilt over Tommy viewing him as a murderer, Oliver adopts a new ThouShaltNotKill approach, ultimately making a BigDamnHeroes return as the Arrow to save his sister from four murderous copycats]].copycats]].
** In Season Five, after being [[BreakTheBadass thoroughly tortured and broken]] by Prometheus, Oliver goes into withdrawal, disbanding the team, and willing to [[DealWithTheDevil make a deal with the Bratva]] to have [[spoiler:Adrian Chase killed.]] John manages to get through to him with a RousingSpeech, reminding him that Oliver helped him out of a similar situation not too long ago. Oliver spirit gets revitalized and he puts the team back together, complete with uplifting music to signify his return.
13th Jun '17 8:40:33 PM bowserbros
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* Creator/{{Nintendo}} experienced this twice. The first time was with in 2006, when the prospect of Nintendo quitting the home console business altogether was becoming increasingly believable after the middling performances of the UsefulNotes/Nintendo64 and the UsefulNotes/NintendoGameCube, combined with large amounts of skepticism towards the UsefulNotes/{{Wii}}, a console that relied on motion controls and output standard-definition video when HD was on the rise. Lo and behold, the Wii proceeded to become a smash hit thanks to its ease of accessibility attracting casual audiences that competing console makers hardly considered, and became Nintendo's best-selling home console of all time. The second time was with the launch of the UsefulNotes/NintendoSwitch in 2017, after the commercial failure that was the UsefulNotes/WiiU. Learning from its predecessor's mistakes, the Switch came in with a strong ad campaign, a promising lineup of much-hyped games, and a significant amount of third-party support by their own standards (having lost the majority of their third-party developers during the Nintendo 64 era); while time will tell to see if this will undo the damage the Wii U caused, the fact that the Switch had the best launch of any Nintendo system '''to date''' certainly has gamers proclaiming that the Big N is back!
30th May '17 6:32:02 PM nombretomado
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* Josh got his when he turned a political defeat into a resounding victory at the same time in ''TheWestWing'' episode "Shutdown".

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* Josh got his when he turned a political defeat into a resounding victory at the same time in ''TheWestWing'' ''Series/TheWestWing'' episode "Shutdown".
29th May '17 2:23:01 PM Dravencour
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*** Unusually for this trope, Korra has to come back multiple times on different levels. First she has to physically remove the poison from her body, and then she has emotionally confront the root of her trauma.

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*** Unusually for this trope, Korra has to come back multiple times on different levels. First she has to physically remove the poison from her body, and then she has to emotionally confront the root of her trauma.
29th May '17 2:21:53 PM Dravencour
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* ''WebAnimation/{{RWBY}}'': Yang spends the TimeSkip between Volumes 3 and 4 in a HeroicBSOD following [[spoiler:the fall of Beacon and her disastrous battle with Adam Taurus]] and struggles to find a road to recovery throughout Volume 4. She begins to take the first steps only when she realises her father had to choose which of his two daughters to protect when Ruby runs away from home because he can't be in two places at once. By the end of the volume, she's mastered the cybernetic arm General Ironwood obtained for her, colour-coded it to suit her style, and is racing through the wilds of Anima on her motorcycle to reunite with Ruby.

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* ''WebAnimation/{{RWBY}}'': Yang spends the TimeSkip between Volumes 3 and 4 in a HeroicBSOD following [[spoiler:the fall of Beacon and her disastrous battle with defeat at the hands of Adam Taurus]] and struggles to find a road to recovery throughout Volume 4. She begins to take the first steps only when she realises her father had to choose which of his two daughters to protect when Ruby runs away from home because he can't be in two places at once. By the end of the volume, she's mastered the cybernetic arm General Ironwood obtained for her, colour-coded it to suit her style, and is racing through the wilds of Anima on her motorcycle to reunite with Ruby.
29th May '17 2:20:44 PM Dravencour
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* ''WebAnimation/{{RWBY}}'': Yang spends the TimeSkip between Volumes 3 and 4 in a perpetual HeroicBSOD and struggles to find a road to recovery throughout Volume 4. She begins to take the first steps only when she realises her father had to choose which of his two daughters to protect when Ruby runs away from home because he can't be in two places at once. By the end of the volume, she's mastered the cybernetic arm General Ironwood obtained for her, colour-coded it to suit her style, and is racing through the wilds of Anima on her motorcycle to reunite with Ruby.

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* ''WebAnimation/{{RWBY}}'': Yang spends the TimeSkip between Volumes 3 and 4 in a perpetual HeroicBSOD following [[spoiler:the fall of Beacon and her disastrous battle with Adam Taurus]] and struggles to find a road to recovery throughout Volume 4. She begins to take the first steps only when she realises her father had to choose which of his two daughters to protect when Ruby runs away from home because he can't be in two places at once. By the end of the volume, she's mastered the cybernetic arm General Ironwood obtained for her, colour-coded it to suit her style, and is racing through the wilds of Anima on her motorcycle to reunite with Ruby.
21st May '17 1:21:04 PM TripleTV95
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* Four years after announcing on a live television event that he was leaving Cleveland for Miami, [=LeBron=] James announced his return to Northeaster Ohio with a fantastically received ''Sports Illustrated'' essay that simply ended with "I'm coming home."

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* Four years after announcing on a live television event that he was leaving Cleveland for Miami, [=LeBron=] James announced his return to Northeaster Northeastern Ohio with a fantastically received ''Sports Illustrated'' essay that simply ended with "I'm coming home."



* Ervin "Magic" Johnson was forced to retire from [[UsefulNotes/{{Basketball}} the NBA]] during the 1991-1992 season due to his HIV Positive status, at a time when he was still playing at an All-Star level and public knowledge of HIV/AIDS was more rumor and urban myth than fact. In 1994, he was medically cleared to play and rejoined the Los Angeles Lakers for the 1994-1995 season, when HIV was better understood and was no longer considered an instant death sentence,. Johnson returned both to show that people with HIV could live their lives normally and so that his final season would be played on his terms.

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* Ervin "Magic" Johnson was forced to retire from [[UsefulNotes/{{Basketball}} the NBA]] during the 1991-1992 season due to his HIV Positive status, at a time when he was still playing at an All-Star level and public knowledge of HIV/AIDS was more rumor and urban myth than fact. In 1994, 1996, he was medically cleared to play and rejoined the Los Angeles Lakers for the 1994-1995 1995-1996 season, when HIV was better understood and was no longer considered an instant death sentence,. Johnson returned both to show that people with HIV could live their lives normally and so that his final season would be played on his terms.
15th May '17 3:30:05 PM Prometheus117
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** After spending most of the final season battling his own depression and refusing to even ''spy'' on Jack out of perceived uselessness, [[BigBad Aku]] himself finds his fire rekindled when his [[LosingYourHead damaged]] minion Scaramouche finally arrives at his fortress after his battle with Jack in the first episode to tell him [[spoiler:Jack has lost his magic sword and thus the only way to kill him]]. Aku is so elated he restores Scaramouche and heads off to confront Jack [[spoiler:only to find Scaramouche was too late with the information and [[YouHaveFailMe kills the robot]]. However, this act lets him figure out [[LukeIAmYourFather Ashi's relationship to him as his daughter]] and [[IHaveYourWife at last disarm and have his greatest opponent at his mercy]]]]. Thus, Aku is fully restored to how he was in the previous seasons as well.

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** After spending most of the final season battling his own depression and refusing to even ''spy'' on Jack out of perceived uselessness, [[BigBad Aku]] himself finds his fire rekindled when his [[LosingYourHead damaged]] minion Scaramouche finally arrives at his fortress after his battle with Jack in the first episode to tell him [[spoiler:Jack has lost his magic sword and thus the only way to kill him]]. Aku is so elated he restores Scaramouche and heads off to confront Jack [[spoiler:only to find Scaramouche was too late with the information and [[YouHaveFailMe [[YouHaveFailedMe kills the robot]]. However, this act lets him figure out [[LukeIAmYourFather Ashi's relationship to him as his daughter]] and [[IHaveYourWife at last disarm and have his greatest opponent at his mercy]]]]. Thus, Aku is fully restored to how he was in the previous seasons as well.
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