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19th Sep '16 3:04:07 PM ToaofGallifrey
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* Episode 33 of ''Anime/RevolutionaryGirlUtena'' is one of the several recap episodes. While Utena's recap episodes tend to have some significance, such as explaining (some of) the weirdness behind Nanami's fillers, this episode contains [[Utena's loss of her virginity to Akio, the event that sets in motion the Apocalypse arc that makes up the final 6 episodes of the series.]]

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* Episode 33 of ''Anime/RevolutionaryGirlUtena'' is one of the several recap episodes. While Utena's recap episodes tend to have some significance, such as explaining (some of) the weirdness behind Nanami's fillers, this episode contains [[Utena's [[spoiler:Utena's loss of her virginity to Akio, the event that sets in motion the Apocalypse arc that makes up the final 6 episodes of the series.]]
19th Sep '16 3:03:33 PM ToaofGallifrey
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* Episode 33 of ''Anime/RevolutionaryGirlUtena'' is one of the several recap episodes. While Utena's recap episodes tend to have some significance, such as explaining (some of) the weirdness behind Nanami's fillers, this episode contains [[Utena's loss of her virginity to Akio, the event that sets in motion the Apocalypse arc that makes up the final 6 episodes of the series.]]
16th Sep '16 6:09:33 AM Koveras
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** Within the game itself, the first act [[SlowPacedBeginning mainly sets up many plot points and characters that become important several years later]]--in fact, that's ''all'' the first act is, which lead more impatient players to conclude the game has no [[MythArc overarching plot]] at all.

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** Within the game itself, the first act [[SlowPacedBeginning mainly sets up many plot points and characters that become important several years later]]--in fact, that's ''all'' the first act is, which lead more impatient commonly leads less patient players to conclude assume that the game has no [[MythArc overarching plot]] at all.
4th Sep '16 3:22:30 PM Silverblade2
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** "Howl of the Fright Hound" initially seems to be a one-off MonsterOfTheWeek episode featuring the gang battling a robotic dog who winds up getting Scooby framed for a string of crimes. But then a major plot point involves Scooby being sent to a hellish criminal asylum for evil animals...where the gang just happens to meet a super-intelligent parrot named "Professor Pericles", who would gradually turn out to be Scooby's EvilCounterpart, and the show's BigBad. [[spoiler: When Pericles escapes from the asylum in the episode's final scene, you ''know'' you're in for the long haul with him]].
19th Aug '16 11:53:45 PM immblueversion
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*** It also introduces a time-travel spell created by Star Swirl the Bearded. Twilight makes a point that it can only be used once, so you'd think it couldn't show up again, right? Except that, as demonstrated by the [[Recap/MyLittlePonyFriendshipIsMagicS5E25TheCutieRemarkPart1 Season 5]] [[Recap/MyLittlePonyFriendshipIsMagicS5E26TheCutieRemarkPart2 finale]], [[spoiler:the spell, altered by a very skilled unicorn alongside the use of an AmplifierArtifact, can have absolutely devastating effects]].
** [[Recap/MyLittlePonyFriendshipIsMagicS5E6AppleoosasMostWanted "Appleoosa's Most Wanted"]] is at first a self-standing episode in which the Cutie Mark Crusaders help an older stallion to find the real meaning of his Cutie Mark. [[spoiler:Later on in the season, it turns out helping other ponies realize their talents '''is''' their own special talent.]]

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*** It also introduces a time-travel spell created by Star Swirl the Bearded. Twilight Pinkie Pie makes a point that it can only be used once, so you'd think it couldn't show up again, right? Except that, as demonstrated by the [[Recap/MyLittlePonyFriendshipIsMagicS5E25TheCutieRemarkPart1 Season 5]] [[Recap/MyLittlePonyFriendshipIsMagicS5E26TheCutieRemarkPart2 finale]], [[spoiler:the spell, altered by a very skilled unicorn alongside the use of an AmplifierArtifact, can have absolutely devastating effects]].
** [[Recap/MyLittlePonyFriendshipIsMagicS5E6AppleoosasMostWanted "Appleoosa's Most Wanted"]] is at first a self-standing episode in which the Cutie Mark Crusaders help an older stallion to find the real meaning of his Cutie Mark. Mark during one of their usual escapades to find their special talents. [[spoiler:Later on in the season, it turns out helping other ponies realize their talents '''is''' their own special talent.]]
18th Aug '16 12:53:12 PM BunnyStar
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** The eighth episode, "Serious Steven" is another lighthearted romp where Steven and the Gems go to collect an artifact with little overall importance. Except for the mural on one of the pyramid walls, depicting [[GodEmperor the Diamonds]] positioned in opposition to Rose Quartz, with a [[ArcSymbol yellow, blue, and white]] triangle]] with a smaller, pink triangle next to her that's not the shape of her Gem. The full significance of this image wouldn't be revealed until two seasons later, when Rose was revealed to have [[spoiler:shattered Pink Diamond]] to start the war for Earth.

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** The eighth episode, "Serious Steven" is another lighthearted romp where Steven and the Gems go to collect an artifact with little overall importance. Except for the mural on one of the pyramid walls, depicting [[GodEmperor the Diamonds]] positioned in opposition to Rose Quartz, with a [[ArcSymbol yellow, blue, and white]] white triangle]] with a smaller, pink triangle next to her that's not the shape of her Gem. The full significance of this image wouldn't be revealed until two seasons later, when Rose was revealed to have [[spoiler:shattered Pink Diamond]] to start the war for Earth.
18th Aug '16 12:41:33 PM BunnyStar
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** "Steven's Lion" in which Steven adopts a pink lion. The Lion becomes a recurring character. In "Lion 2: The Movie" he takes Steven to a secret armory, and he can make a sword come from his head. "Lion 3: Straight To Video" shows that Lion can store things in his fur, and also has [[spoiler: a video made by Steven's mother Rose Quartz]]. Finally, "Rose's Scabbard" reveals that [[spoiler: both the armory and the sword also belonged to Rose Quartz]].

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** "Steven's Lion" in which Steven adopts a pink [[AmazingTechnicolorWildlife pink]] lion. The Lion becomes a recurring character. In "Lion 2: The Movie" he takes Steven to a secret armory, and he can make a sword come from his head. "Lion 3: Straight To Video" shows that Lion can store things in his fur, mane, and also has [[spoiler: a video made by Steven's mother Rose Quartz]]. Finally, "Rose's Scabbard" reveals that [[spoiler: both the armory and the sword also belonged to Rose Quartz]].
14th Aug '16 9:25:46 PM ZombieAladdin
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* The ''WesternAnimation/LittlestPetShop2012'' first-season episode "[[Recap/LittlestPetShop2012S1E19WhatDidYouSay What Did You Say?]]" has a pretty subtle one: One of the side effects of Blythe's cold medicine, as written on the bottle, is [[spoiler:a temporary loss of the ability to talk to animals, implying there are people who can talk to animals other than Blythe.]] That Blythe is not alone would become a major theme for the final season and its StoryArc.
14th Aug '16 12:41:02 PM ANewMan
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** "Keep Beach City Weird" has virtually no importance to anything until the ending goes into meta Foreshadowing. Ronaldo exclaims to Steven Universe (the character) that "It can't be that simple! There has to be more to it than just...YOU!", which may as well be talking about the show at that point. Peedee than says that it's not simple because "Steven is only one part of the puzzle" and that everything is tied to a conspiracy by "Level 8 beings." Ronaldo then realizes that everything is indeed tied to polymorphic, sentient rocks, and he starts raving that "they're here to hollow out the earth! It's all part of the Great Diamond Authority! They can take on any form!" This turns out to be a major case of TheCuckoolanderWasRight, making a statement of how the show was indeed not as simple as it first appeared and that there was more to it, all of it being exactly what Ronaldo described, over the horizon.
12th Aug '16 11:23:59 AM darkabomination
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** The eighth episode, "Serious Steven" is another lighthearted romp where Steven and the Gems go to collect an artifact with little overall importance. Except for the mural on one of the pyramid walls, depicting [[GodEmperor the Diamonds]] positioned in opposition to Rose Quartz, with a [[ArcSymbol yellow, blue, and white]] triangle]] with a smaller, pink triangle next to her that's not the shape of her Gem. The full significance of this image wouldn't be revealed until two seasons later, when Rose was revealed to have [[spoiler:shattered Pink Diamond]] to start the war for Earth.
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