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23rd Jul '16 9:00:09 AM thatguythatguy
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** "Steven's Lion" in which Steven adopts a pink lion, until [[spoiler: "Rose's Scabbard" it's learned that Lion knew Steven's mom Rose Quartz and has many of her possessions in his fur]].

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** "Steven's Lion" in which Steven adopts a pink lion, until 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" it's learned reveals that Lion knew Steven's mom [[spoiler: both the armory and the sword also belonged to Rose Quartz and has many of her possessions in his fur]].Quartz]].
18th Jun '16 9:30:45 PM MyFinalEdits
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*** In the Grand Finale, the audience finally sees what happened during the meeting: Zuko inadvertently inspired the plan to use Sozin's Comet to [[spoiler: burn down the ''entire'' Earth Kingdom in order to break the spirit of its citizens once and for all]].

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*** ** In the Grand Finale, the audience finally sees what happened during the meeting: Zuko inadvertently inspired the plan to use Sozin's Comet to [[spoiler: burn down the ''entire'' Earth Kingdom in order to break the spirit of its citizens once and for all]].



** Similarly, "Twilight (of the Gods)" seems like a one-off until the two-part series finale, when [[spoiler:Luthor, in an attempt to revive Brainiac, brings back Darkseid with Brainiac enhancements]].

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** Similarly, "Twilight (of the Gods)" seems like a one-off until the two-part series finale, when [[spoiler:Luthor, in an attempt to revive Brainiac, brings back Darkseid with Brainiac enhancements]].
18th Jun '16 4:47:38 PM AnonFangeekGirl
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* At first glance "The Beach" is... well, just a beach episode. Then at the end, the villains' [[FreudianExcuse Freudian Excuses]] are revealed, and Zuko gets asked an ArmorPiercingQuestion that sets up his HeelRealization.

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* ** At first glance "The Beach" is... well, just a beach episode. Then at the end, the villains' [[FreudianExcuse Freudian Excuses]] are revealed, and Zuko gets asked an ArmorPiercingQuestion that sets up his HeelRealization.



* "Nightmares And Daydreams" is a BizarroEpisode, with a plot that mainly focuses on Aang becoming too sleep-deprived and hallucinating. The B plot focuses on Zuko and Mai GettingCrapPastTheRadar (Zuko sends the servants away, and they both sink out of sight on the couch) while Zuko worries about a war meeting. Then we have one scene near the end, not even three minutes long, [[HeelRealization where Zuko finally has an epiphany that sticks]]. [[spoiler: The next time we see him, [[HeelFaceTurn he's preparing to leave and join Team Avatar]].]]

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* ** "Nightmares And Daydreams" is a BizarroEpisode, with a plot that mainly focuses on Aang becoming too sleep-deprived and hallucinating. The B plot focuses on Zuko and Mai GettingCrapPastTheRadar (Zuko sends the servants away, and they both sink out of sight on the couch) while Zuko worries about a war meeting. Then we have one scene near the end, not even three minutes long, [[HeelRealization where Zuko finally has an epiphany that sticks]]. [[spoiler: The next time we see him, [[HeelFaceTurn he's preparing to leave and join Team Avatar]].]]



** In the Grand Finale, the audience finally sees what happened during the meeting: Zuko inadvertently inspired the plan to use Sozin's Comet to [[spoiler: burn down the ''entire'' Earth Kingdom in order to break the spirit of its citizens once and for all]].

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** *** In the Grand Finale, the audience finally sees what happened during the meeting: Zuko inadvertently inspired the plan to use Sozin's Comet to [[spoiler: burn down the ''entire'' Earth Kingdom in order to break the spirit of its citizens once and for all]].
18th Jun '16 4:34:15 PM AnonFangeekGirl
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* "Nightmares And Daydreams" from ''WesternAnimation/AvatarTheLastAirbender'' is a BizarroEpisode, with a plot that mainly focuses on Aang becoming too sleep-deprived and hallucinating. The B plot focuses on Zuko and Mai GettingCrapPastTheRadar (Zuko sends the servants away, and they both sink out of sight on the couch) while Zuko worries about a war meeting. Then we have one scene near the end, not even three minutes long, [[HeelRealization where Zuko finally has an epiphany that sticks]]. [[spoiler: The next time we see him, [[HeelFaceTurn he's preparing to leave and join Team Avatar]].]]

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* "Nightmares And Daydreams" from ''WesternAnimation/AvatarTheLastAirbender'' has several.
* At first glance "The Beach" is... well, just a beach episode. Then at the end, the villains' [[FreudianExcuse Freudian Excuses]] are revealed, and Zuko gets asked an ArmorPiercingQuestion that sets up his HeelRealization.
-->'''Azula''': Who are you angry at?
* "Nightmares And Daydreams"
is a BizarroEpisode, with a plot that mainly focuses on Aang becoming too sleep-deprived and hallucinating. The B plot focuses on Zuko and Mai GettingCrapPastTheRadar (Zuko sends the servants away, and they both sink out of sight on the couch) while Zuko worries about a war meeting. Then we have one scene near the end, not even three minutes long, [[HeelRealization where Zuko finally has an epiphany that sticks]]. [[spoiler: The next time we see him, [[HeelFaceTurn he's preparing to leave and join Team Avatar]].]]
16th Jun '16 1:00:09 PM MisterCPC
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* ''Series/{{Monk}}'' has its first ChristmasEpisode, which is a standard case of the week with a scene that reveals that Monk is still keeping the last gift his late wife left him wrapped up. It's just set up as another moment showcasing Monk's undying love for her. Four years later however the GrandFinale reveals that [[spoiler:said gift contains the evidence that reveals who the mastermind of her murder is.]]

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* ''Series/{{Monk}}'' has its first ChristmasEpisode, which is a standard case of the week with a scene that reveals that Monk is still keeping the last gift his late wife left him wrapped up. It's just set up as yet another moment showcasing Monk's undying love for her. Four years later however the GrandFinale reveals that [[spoiler:said gift contains the evidence that reveals who the mastermind of her murder is.]]
15th Jun '16 10:45:20 AM MisterCPC
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* ''Series/{{Monk}}'' has its first ChristmasEpisode, which is a standard case of the week with a scene that reveals that Monk is still keeping the last gift his late wife left him wrapped up. Four years later the GrandFinale reveals that [[spoiler:said gift contains the evidence that reveals who the mastermind of her murder is.]]

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* ''Series/{{Monk}}'' has its first ChristmasEpisode, which is a standard case of the week with a scene that reveals that Monk is still keeping the last gift his late wife left him wrapped up. It's just set up as another moment showcasing Monk's undying love for her. Four years later however the GrandFinale reveals that [[spoiler:said gift contains the evidence that reveals who the mastermind of her murder is.]]
15th Jun '16 10:43:11 AM MisterCPC
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* ''Series/{{Monk}}'' has its first ChristmasEpisode, which is a standard case of the week with a scene that reveals that Monk is still keeping the last gift his late wife left him wrapped up. Four years later the GrandFinale reveals that [[spoiler:said gift contains the evidence that reveals who the mastermind of her murder is.]]
9th Jun '16 2:03:57 PM ZombieAladdin
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** The Baratie arc near the beginning of the series shows that Sanji had grown up in the North Blue and ran away from his family to the East Blue. Over 700 chapters of the manga later, we find out who this family actually is: [[spoiler:The notorious [[BadassFamily Vinsmoke Family]], a nuclear family made of {{Mad Scientist}}s and {{Gadgeteer Genius}}es who took over the entire North Blue in the past and gained enough influence for the World Government to recognize them as nobility.]]

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** The Baratie arc near the beginning of the series shows that Sanji had grown up in the North Blue and ran away from his family to the East Blue. Over 700 chapters of the manga later, we find out who this family actually is: [[spoiler:The notorious [[BadassFamily [[TheFamilyThatSlaysTogether Vinsmoke Family]], a nuclear family made of {{Mad Scientist}}s and {{Gadgeteer Genius}}es who took over the entire North Blue in the past and gained enough influence for the World Government to recognize them as nobility.nobility. They had finally tracked Sanji down and stuck him into an ArrangedMarriage so the Vinsmokes can gain further power in the New World through one of its emperors.]]
9th Jun '16 1:54:48 PM ZombieAladdin
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** The Baratie arc near the beginning of the series shows that Sanji had grown up in the North Blue and ran away from his family to the East Blue. Over 700 chapters of the manga later, we find out who this family actually is: [[spoiler:The notorious [[BadassFamily Vinsmoke Family]], a nuclear family made of {{Mad Scientist}}s and {{Gadgeteer Genius}}es who took over the entire North Blue in the past and gained enough influence for the World Government to recognize them as nobility.]]
31st May '16 8:32:17 AM immblueversion
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** Season 2 episode [[Recap/MyLittlePonyFriendshipIsMagicS2E20ItsAboutTime "It's About Time"]] is a typical slice-of-life episode whith Twilight having to learn not to worry so much about what might happen tomorrow after spending the week trying to prevent upcoming disasters. At the same time, it's setting up two huge season-finale crisis:
*** In that episode, Twilight had to bring Cerberus back to the Gates of Tartarus where he belongs. In the [[Recap/MyLittlePonyFriendshipIsMagicS4E25TwilightskingdomPart1 Season 4]] [[Recap/MyLittlePonyFriendshipIsMagicS4E26TwilightskingdomPart2 finale]], we learn that [[spoiler: Tirek, one of the most dangerous creatures in Equestria, [[AscendedFridgeHorror escaped from jail that time]].]]

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** Season 2 episode [[Recap/MyLittlePonyFriendshipIsMagicS2E20ItsAboutTime "It's About Time"]] is a typical slice-of-life episode whith Twilight having to learn not to worry so much about what might happen tomorrow after spending the week trying to prevent upcoming disasters. At the same time, it's setting it sets up two huge season-finale crisis:
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*** In that episode, Twilight had to bring Cerberus back to the Gates gates of Tartarus where he belongs. In the [[Recap/MyLittlePonyFriendshipIsMagicS4E25TwilightskingdomPart1 Season 4]] [[Recap/MyLittlePonyFriendshipIsMagicS4E26TwilightskingdomPart2 finale]], we learn that [[spoiler: Tirek, one of the most dangerous creatures in Equestria, [[AscendedFridgeHorror imprisoned there, escaped from jail that during this time]].]]
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