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16th Jun '16 7:04:55 PM TonyG
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** Specifically, the first short, "WesternAnimation/RabbitFire", took place in summer (or late spring at the earliest); the follow-up "WesternAnimation/RabbitSeasoning" in autumn; and the final short, "WesternAnimation/DuckRabbitDuck", in winter.
29th May '16 12:08:24 PM AnonFangeekGirl
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* In ''Webcomic/HowIBecameYours'', there is never a hint of seasons changing. Eight months pass, and it's spring at the beginning, middle, and end of it.
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7th May '16 1:25:10 PM nombretomado
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* An odd live-action example: in the Australian soap ''HomeAndAway'', it's always summer in Summer Bay. Even when the actors are filming in the middle of winter next to the strong cold winds of the ocean, their wardrobe reflects a summer climate. No wonder they have trouble emoting -- they're too busy trying not to shiver. This is justified only by the nature of filming: episodes filmed in winter won't air until mid-spring.
* A wildly inaccurate example in ''{{Greek}}''. The show is set in a college in Ohio. The second part began after winter break. The finale was spring break. In between, [[PunctuatedForEmphasis Not. One. Snowflake.]] Not even a heavy coat. In ''Ohio''. Where winters are known to ''kill people''. The incredibly weak [[JustifiedTrope justification?]] "It's a warm part of Ohio". That's located in [[CaliforniaDoubling southern California]].
* ''SexAndTheCity'' has its characters living in perpetual spring in almost every episode until the fourth season. They didn't show New York winter until TheMovie. Even in snow, the characters... still dressed the same way they had in all the episodes of the show. Brrrr!

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* An odd live-action example: in the Australian soap ''HomeAndAway'', ''Series/HomeAndAway'', it's always summer in Summer Bay. Even when the actors are filming in the middle of winter next to the strong cold winds of the ocean, their wardrobe reflects a summer climate. No wonder they have trouble emoting -- they're too busy trying not to shiver. This is justified only by the nature of filming: episodes filmed in winter won't air until mid-spring.
* A wildly inaccurate example in ''{{Greek}}''.''Series/{{Greek}}''. The show is set in a college in Ohio. The second part began after winter break. The finale was spring break. In between, [[PunctuatedForEmphasis Not. One. Snowflake.]] Not even a heavy coat. In ''Ohio''. Where winters are known to ''kill people''. The incredibly weak [[JustifiedTrope justification?]] "It's a warm part of Ohio". That's located in [[CaliforniaDoubling southern California]].
* ''SexAndTheCity'' ''Series/SexAndTheCity'' has its characters living in perpetual spring in almost every episode until the fourth season. They didn't show New York winter until TheMovie. Even in snow, the characters... still dressed the same way they had in all the episodes of the show. Brrrr!



* In one episode of ''Series/GilmoreGirls'', Rory and Dean spend the night in the theatre in the middle of winter. When they wake up at 5am to go running home, it's perfectly light out. Now, GilmoreGirls takes place in Connecticut. It is never that bright out at 5am during the winter.

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* In one episode of ''Series/GilmoreGirls'', Rory and Dean spend the night in the theatre in the middle of winter. When they wake up at 5am to go running home, it's perfectly light out. Now, GilmoreGirls ''Gilmore Girls'' takes place in Connecticut. It is never that bright out at 5am during the winter.



* While you do occasionally see snow in ''NorthernExposure,'' it's pretty scarce, considering the show is set in Alaska. Given that the Arctic Circle is just up the road a stretch, ''daylight'' should be rare for part of the year.

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* While you do occasionally see snow in ''NorthernExposure,'' ''Series/NorthernExposure,'' it's pretty scarce, considering the show is set in Alaska. Given that the Arctic Circle is just up the road a stretch, ''daylight'' should be rare for part of the year.



27th Apr '16 8:08:15 AM Quanyails
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* ''Animal Crossing'' threw this trope out the window. The seasons pass pretty much like they do in the real world.

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* ''Animal Crossing'' ''VideoGame/AnimalCrossing'' threw this trope out the window. The seasons pass pretty much like they do in the real world.
27th Apr '16 8:07:10 AM Quanyails
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** Venus too. Everywhere has the same [[DeathWorld searing hot climate of 700 Kelvin]], even if the planet rotates each 243 days -its year lasts 225 days-, thanks to its dense atmosphere and winds.

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** Venus too. Everywhere has the same [[DeathWorld searing hot climate of 700 Kelvin]], Kelvin]] everywhere, even if the planet rotates each once every 243 days -its year lasts 225 days-, days, thanks to its dense atmosphere and winds.
26th Apr '16 2:19:53 PM Jhonny
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* The German crime drama {{Tatort}} is shot about two or three months prior to its first airing (depending on some other factors at times), which means the season is off by about the same amount at the first showing. While the weather is often visible (and jarring compared what Germans see out of their window while they watch it) it is rarely commented upon. This is especially weird given that most episodes go out of their way to convince viewers they were really shot in Munich, Münster, Cologne or whatever, ''especially'' when there is CaliforniaDoubling for all but a handful of scenes.

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* The German crime drama {{Tatort}} is shot about two or three months prior to its first airing (depending on some other factors at times), which means the season is off by about the same amount at the first showing. While the weather is often visible (and jarring compared what Germans see out of their window while they watch it) it is rarely commented upon. This is especially weird given that most episodes go out of their way to convince viewers they were really shot in Munich, Münster, Cologne or whatever, ''especially'' when there is CaliforniaDoubling for all but a handful of scenes.



* ''Series/{{Elementary}}'', being shot mostly in New York, also follows the seasons in its episodes.

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* ''Series/{{Elementary}}'', being shot mostly in New York, also follows the seasons in its
* The German crime drama {{Tatort}} is shot about two or three months prior to
its episodes.first airing (depending on some other factors at times), which means the season is off by about the same amount at the first showing. While the weather is often visible (and jarring compared what Germans see out of their window while they watch it) it is rarely commented upon. This is especially weird given that most episodes go out of their way to convince viewers they were really shot in Munich, Münster, Cologne or whatever, ''especially'' when there is CaliforniaDoubling for all but a handful of scenes.episodes.
26th Apr '16 2:18:50 PM Jhonny
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* The German crime drama {{Tatort}} is shot about two or three months prior to its first airing (depending on some other factors at times), which means the season is off by about the same amount at the first showing. While the weather is often visible (and jarring compared what Germans see out of their window while they watch it) it is rarely commented upon. This is especially weird given that most episodes go out of their way to convince viewers they were really shot in Munich, Münster, Cologne or whatever, ''especially'' when there is CaliforniaDoubling for all but a handful of scenes.
19th Mar '16 7:34:00 AM Hossmeister
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16th Mar '16 10:48:45 AM Willbyr
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* Averted in ''KimiNiTodoke'', where the beginning and end of each school term is clearly marked, accompanied by an appropriate change of season.

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* Averted in ''KimiNiTodoke'', ''Manga/KimiNiTodoke'', where the beginning and end of each school term is clearly marked, accompanied by an appropriate change of season.
13th Feb '16 5:52:06 PM WileK209
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* The ''WesternAnimation/WhatsNewScoobyDoo'' special "A Scooby-Doo Valentine" takes place around Valentine's Day, yet there is no snow anywhere, and the trees have leaves, and no one is wearing winter clothes.
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