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2nd Apr '18 2:42:12 AM jormis29
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** The two ''Disney/BeautyAndTheBeast'' direct-to-video titles, ''Disney/BeautyAndTheBeastTheEnchantedChristmas'' and ''Belle's Magical World'', are these, taking place during Belle's long stay in the Beast's castle in the original film, though the former is told in flashback by the castle residents on the first Christmas after the curse was broken. Considering Disney has done quite a few sequels set after the characters had their {{happily ever after}}s, this is most likely because they thought nobody would want a B&tB movie without a Beast and singing furniture in it. This is a fair assessment, seeing how many people prefer the Beast over his human form.

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** The two ''Disney/BeautyAndTheBeast'' direct-to-video titles, ''Disney/BeautyAndTheBeastTheEnchantedChristmas'' and ''Belle's Magical World'', ''Disney/BellesMagicalWorld'', are these, taking place during Belle's long stay in the Beast's castle in the original film, though the former is told in flashback by the castle residents on the first Christmas after the curse was broken. Considering Disney has done quite a few sequels set after the characters had their {{happily ever after}}s, this is most likely because they thought nobody would want a B&tB movie without a Beast and singing furniture in it. This is a fair assessment, seeing how many people prefer the Beast over his human form.
1st Apr '18 9:17:47 AM LondonKdS
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* The ''Magazine/DoctorWhoMagazine'' comic strip story "Emperor of the Daleks" is specifically intended to explain what happened to recurring villain Davros between "Revelation of the Daleks" and "Remembrance of the Daleks".
29th Mar '18 3:57:11 AM Kadorhal
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* The [[VideoGame/PokemonRubyAndSapphire third]] and [[VideoGame/PokemonDiamondAndPearl fourth]] generations of ''Franchise/{{Pokemon}}'' take place at the same time as respectively the [[VideoGame/PokemonRedAndBlue first]] and [[VideoGame/PokemonGoldAndSilver second]] generations; in the third generation it's just sort of implied, but the fourth makes it explicit by starting with your character watching a news report about the red Gyarados created by Team Rocket in ''Gold/Silver'' and ''Crystal''. The [[VideoGame/PokemonBlackAndWhite fifth one]] is a pure sequel, taking place a few years after Gen II/IV.

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* The [[VideoGame/PokemonRubyAndSapphire third]] and [[VideoGame/PokemonDiamondAndPearl fourth]] generations of ''Franchise/{{Pokemon}}'' take place at the same time as respectively the [[VideoGame/PokemonRedAndBlue first]] and [[VideoGame/PokemonGoldAndSilver second]] generations; in the third generation it's just sort of implied, but the fourth makes it explicit by starting with your character watching a news report about the red Gyarados created by Team Rocket in ''Gold/Silver'' and ''Crystal''. The [[VideoGame/PokemonBlackAndWhite fifth one]] is a onwards are pure sequel, sequels, each taking place a few two or three years after Gen II/IV.the previous generation.
22nd Mar '18 5:30:11 PM Ruise
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* The second season of Manga/NonNonBiyori, ''Non Non Biyori Repeat'', takes place in-between the events of the first season and covers chapters of the manga that weren't shown in the first season. Seeing as how the show is very much a relaxed slice-of-life, this manages not to feel forced or out of place.

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* The second season of Manga/NonNonBiyori, ''Manga/NonNonBiyori'', ''Non Non Biyori Repeat'', takes place in-between the events of the first season and covers chapters of the manga that weren't shown in the first season. Seeing as how the show is very much a relaxed slice-of-life, this manages not to feel forced or out of place.
22nd Mar '18 5:29:27 PM Ruise
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* The second season of [[Manga/NonNonBiyori]], ''Non Non Biyori Repeat'', takes place in-between the events of the first season and covers chapters of the manga that weren't shown in the first season. Seeing as how the show is very much a relaxed slice-of-life, this manages not to feel forced or out of place.

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* The second season of [[Manga/NonNonBiyori]], Manga/NonNonBiyori, ''Non Non Biyori Repeat'', takes place in-between the events of the first season and covers chapters of the manga that weren't shown in the first season. Seeing as how the show is very much a relaxed slice-of-life, this manages not to feel forced or out of place.
22nd Mar '18 5:28:45 PM Ruise
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* The second season of [[Manga/NonNonBiyori]], ''Non Non Biyori Repeat'', takes place in-between the events of the first season and covers chapters of the manga that weren't shown in the first season. Seeing as how the show is very much a relaxed slice-of-life, this manages not to feel forced or out of place.
16th Mar '18 6:03:41 PM nombretomado
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** ''[[VideoGame/StarWarsSecretsOfTheEmpire Secrets of the Empire]]'' is set sometime prior to ''Film/RogueOne'', and after ''RevengeOfTheSith''. Its timeline relation to ''Series/StarWarsRebels'' is unknown.

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** ''[[VideoGame/StarWarsSecretsOfTheEmpire Secrets of the Empire]]'' is set sometime prior to ''Film/RogueOne'', and after ''RevengeOfTheSith''.''Film/RevengeOfTheSith''. Its timeline relation to ''Series/StarWarsRebels'' is unknown.
15th Mar '18 5:12:36 PM TheAmazingBlachman
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* ''Anime/CowboyBebop TheMovie'' is set sometime during the last third of the TV series and features the team at the high point of their arc before things all start coming apart. Specifically, it occurs between episodes 22 and 23, judging from background details ("Cowboy Andy" has a cameo in the samurai getup he adopted after 22, while the ShowWithinAShow "Big Shots" has not yet been cancelled as it was during 23).

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* ''Anime/CowboyBebop TheMovie'' ''Anime/CowboyBebopKnockinOnHeavensDoor'' is set sometime during the last third of the TV series and features the team at the high point of their arc before things all start coming apart. Specifically, it occurs between episodes 22 and 23, judging from background details ("Cowboy Andy" has a cameo in the samurai getup he adopted after 22, while the ShowWithinAShow "Big Shots" has not yet been cancelled as it was during 23).
6th Mar '18 8:06:18 AM Prometheus117
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* ''Toys/{{Bionicle}} 3: Web of Shadows'' takes place within the last ten minutes of the previous movie (which is itself a {{Prequel}}, making it an Interquel on two levels

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* ''Toys/{{Bionicle}} 3: Web of Shadows'' takes place within the last ten minutes of the previous movie (which is itself a {{Prequel}}, making it an Interquel on two levelslevels), detailing how the Toa Metru returned to Metru Nui after finding the island of Mata Nui in order to bring the rest of the Matoran to safety.
2nd Mar '18 7:49:58 PM CartoonFan2009
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* At the end of ''WesternAnimation/IceAge'', there's a gag with Scrat being stuck in an ice cube. The film skips two thousand years to show how he eventually defrosts and loses his famous acorn for the umpteenth time. And yet, this lone scene means that technically, all the sequels should be considered as a Midquel series of the first film. However, the gag only makes sense in the context of the first film (as a continuation of the previous scene when he got stuck), so despite it is not impossible to imagine he got frozen twice, it is also necessary to take in account that sequels were not intended at the time, and considering the little importance of the character, who is just a running gag to fill ellipses, most viewers prefer to flatly ignore this detail.
* The ''Franchise/{{Madagascar}}'' franchise has two [[DirectToVideo direct-to-DVD]] specials that take place in between the franchise's main movies; ''[[ChristmasSpecial Merry Madagascar]]'', and ''[[ValentinesDayEpisodes Madly Madagascar]]''. The former takes place in between the first and second films, and the latter takes place in between the second and third films.

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* At the end of ''WesternAnimation/IceAge'', the first ''WesternAnimation/IceAge'' film, there's a gag with Scrat being stuck in an ice cube. The film skips two thousand years to show how he eventually defrosts and loses his famous acorn for the umpteenth time. And yet, this lone scene means that technically, all the sequels should be considered as a Midquel series of the first film. However, the gag only makes sense in the context of the first film (as a continuation of the previous scene when he got stuck), so despite it is not impossible to imagine he got frozen twice, it is also necessary to take in account that sequels were not intended at the time, and considering the little importance of the character, who is just a running gag to fill ellipses, most viewers prefer to flatly ignore this detail.
** The franchise also has two made-for-TV specials: ''[[ChristmasSpecial A Mammoth Christmas]]'', set between the [[WesternAnimation/IceAge3DawnOfTheDinosaurs third]] and [[WesternAnimation/IceAge4ContinentalDrift fourth]] films, and ''[[EasterSpecial The Great Egg-Scapade]]'', set between the fourth and [[WesternAnimation/IceAge5CollisionCourse fifth]] films.
* The ''Franchise/{{Madagascar}}'' ''WesternAnimation/{{Madagascar}}'' franchise has two [[DirectToVideo direct-to-DVD]] specials that take place in between the franchise's main movies; ''[[ChristmasSpecial Merry Madagascar]]'', and ''[[ValentinesDayEpisodes Madly Madagascar]]''. The former takes place in between the first and second [[WesternAnimation/MadagascarEscape2Africa second]] films, and the latter takes place in between the second and third [[WesternAnimation/Madagascar3EuropesMostWanted third]] films.
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