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4th Mar '16 7:45:00 AM Morgenthaler
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* ''DonnieDarko''.
* ''TinkerTailorSoldierSpy'' ends this way, climaxing with [[spoiler: Smiley taking over as the new head of the Circus.]]

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* ''DonnieDarko''.
''Film/DonnieDarko''.
* ''TinkerTailorSoldierSpy'' ''Film/TinkerTailorSoldierSpy'' ends this way, climaxing with [[spoiler: Smiley taking over as the new head of the Circus.]]



* Subverted in {{Spaced}}, in the final episode of the second series - an upbeat Lemon Jelly tune called 'The Staunton Lick' plays over closing scenes of each character moving on from their life in the series thus far.
* ''YoureTheWorst'' does this a few times

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* Subverted in {{Spaced}}, ''Series/{{Spaced}}'', in the final episode of the second series - an upbeat Lemon Jelly tune called 'The Staunton Lick' plays over closing scenes of each character moving on from their life in the series thus far.
* ''YoureTheWorst'' ''Series/YoureTheWorst'' does this a few times
1st Jan '16 7:06:04 PM nombretomado
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* The ending of Part 1 of ''The 60's'' did this with BobDylan's "Like A Rolling Stone".

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* The ending of Part 1 of ''The 60's'' did this with BobDylan's Music/BobDylan's "Like A Rolling Stone".



* ''TheWire'' does this at the end of each season finale. The final season's is particularly heartbreaking as you see the younger generation taking the places of the adults who have taken the whole series to break out of them.

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* ''TheWire'' ''Series/TheWire'' does this at the end of each season finale. The final season's is particularly heartbreaking as you see the younger generation taking the places of the adults who have taken the whole series to break out of them.



* Any episode of ''{{Smallville}}'' which significantly changes the status quo ends with one of these.

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* Any episode of ''{{Smallville}}'' ''Series/{{Smallville}}'' which significantly changes the status quo ends with one of these.



* Every episode of ''GreysAnatomy'' does this, accompanied by Meredith's (or occasionally another character's) voiceover.

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* Every episode of ''GreysAnatomy'' ''Series/GreysAnatomy'' does this, accompanied by Meredith's (or occasionally another character's) voiceover.
23rd Sep '15 10:28:00 PM AetherMcLoud
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* ''VideoGame/LifeIsStrange'' has these for at least the first 2 episode endings, with indie music and all.
17th Jun '15 8:06:20 AM kawaiineko333
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* The ending of Film/CaptainAmericaTheWinterSoldier is like this with showing the aftermath of everything that happened at the Triskellion. [[spoilers: Agent 13 is now in the CIA. Brock Rumlow, aka Crossbones, managed to survive the Triskellion falling on top of him. Many political allies of HYDRA are also picked up and arrested.]]

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* The ending of Film/CaptainAmericaTheWinterSoldier is like this with showing the aftermath of everything that happened at the Triskellion. [[spoilers: [[spoiler: Agent 13 is now in the CIA. Brock Rumlow, aka Crossbones, managed to survive the Triskellion falling on top of him. Many political allies of HYDRA are also picked up and arrested.]]
17th Jun '15 8:05:59 AM kawaiineko333
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* The ending of Film/CaptainAmericaTheWinterSoldier is like this with showing the aftermath of everything that happened at the Triskellion. [[spoilers: Agent 13 is now in the CIA. Brock Rumlow, aka Crossbones, managed to survive the Triskellion falling on top of him. Many political allies of HYDRA are also picked up and arrested.]]
13th Apr '15 10:25:48 AM nombretomado
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* ''{{ER}}'' is also quite famous for this.
* ''ThirdWatch'' used a lot of these in the later seasons.

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* ''{{ER}}'' ''Series/{{ER}}'' is also quite famous for this.
* ''ThirdWatch'' ''Series/ThirdWatch'' used a lot of these in the later seasons.



* ''DesperateHousewives'' does this with added FauxlosophicNarration.

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* ''DesperateHousewives'' ''Series/DesperateHousewives'' does this with added FauxlosophicNarration.



* ''UglyBetty'' does this on a few episodes. They pulled it off especially well with the season finale of Justin performing in ''Theatre/WestSideStory''.

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* ''UglyBetty'' ''Series/UglyBetty'' does this on a few episodes. They pulled it off especially well with the season finale of Justin performing in ''Theatre/WestSideStory''.
21st Feb '15 4:12:32 AM jormis29
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* ''HolbyCity'' has started doing this in recent years, as part of an ongoing series of ideas borrowed from ''Series/{{House}}''.

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* ''HolbyCity'' ''Series/HolbyCity'' has started doing this in recent years, as part of an ongoing series of ideas borrowed from ''Series/{{House}}''.
4th Jan '15 2:46:58 PM Rurrjurr
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* ''YoureTheWorst'' does this a few times
* ''Series/{{Community}}'' has this to an Irish band and Somewhere Out There in the episode ''Environmental Science''
20th Aug '14 9:22:02 AM Willbyr
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* WesternAnimation/SouthPark had one of these at the end of the 15th mid-season finale, "You're Getting Old". As [[FleetwoodMac "Landslide"]] plays, [[spoiler:Sharon and Randy separate and sell their house, with Stan, Sharon and Shelly moving into a new home. The police arrest the farmers and recover Randy's underwear. A new friendship appears to develop between Kyle and Cartman. And Stan, now completely alienated from his friends, shows no signs of his cynicism ending.]]
** And in the following episode "Ass Burgers", [[spoiler:all of the changes are reverted, and [[ItMakesSenseInContext Obama replaces a duck as president]]]]. All to the same song as the previous episode.

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* WesternAnimation/SouthPark had one of these at ''WesternAnimation/SouthPark''
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the end of the 15th mid-season finale, "You're Getting Old". As [[FleetwoodMac [[Music/FleetwoodMac "Landslide"]] plays, [[spoiler:Sharon and Randy separate and sell their house, with Stan, Sharon and Shelly moving into a new home. The police arrest the farmers and recover Randy's underwear. A new friendship appears to develop between Kyle and Cartman. And Stan, now completely alienated from his friends, shows no signs of his cynicism ending.]]
** And in In the following episode "Ass Burgers", [[spoiler:all of the changes are reverted, and [[ItMakesSenseInContext Obama replaces a duck as president]]]]. All to the same song as the previous episode.
24th Jun '13 8:32:32 AM babymoondancer
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** ''Jurassic Bark'' is the quintessential TearJerker moment for ''WesternAnimation/{{Futurama}}'', where the ending is set to the tune of "I Will Wait for You". In the episode, Fry's dog Seymour, from the 20th century, was discovered fossilized at a museum. After spending the entire episode trying to get him back so he can be de-fossilized, an age check reveals he died at fifteen, well at the end of his life. Fry decides Seymour must have lived a full, happy life after him, and chooses not to resurrect him. Cut to the past, and the music starts playing, with Seymour waiting patiently at the spot Fry told him to stay at...for fifteen years.

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** ''Jurassic Bark'' is the quintessential TearJerker moment for ''WesternAnimation/{{Futurama}}'', where the ending is set to the tune of "I Will Wait for You". In the episode, Fry's dog Seymour, from the 20th century, was discovered fossilized at a museum. After spending the entire episode trying to get him back so he can be de-fossilized, an age check reveals he died at fifteen, well at the end of his life. Fry decides Seymour must have lived a full, happy life after him, and chooses not to resurrect him. Cut to the past, and the music starts playing, with Seymour waiting patiently at the spot Fry told him to stay at...for fifteen ''for twelve years.''
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