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10th Feb '18 2:58:53 PM Ferot_Dreadnaught
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** ''Anime/MacrossFrontier'' has [[spoiler:Mikhail die while protecting Klan shortly after he admits his love to her (while being too GenreSavvy about it)]].

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** ''Anime/MacrossFrontier'' has [[spoiler:Mikhail die while protecting Klan shortly after he admits his love to her (while being too GenreSavvy about it)]].her]].



** Tony gets framed for a homicide once a season. He is GenreSavvy enough to notice and lampshade it, but [[WrongGenreSavvy not enough to prevent it]].

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** Tony gets framed for a homicide once a season. He is GenreSavvy smart enough to notice and lampshade it, but [[WrongGenreSavvy not enough to prevent it]].
31st Dec '17 5:21:28 PM TwilightChronicles
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* ''WebVideo/TheOtherSide'' has a number of annual traditions:
** The sixth episode of every season sees the episode's spotlight character stabbed to death, right before they get a flashback.
** The penultimate episode of every season has Virginia kiss a man. In Season 1, it's her nemesis Turk (she's in disguise) and in Season 2 it's Hawaii.
** The final episode of every season has Arizona show up (for the only time each season), wreak havoc, and then leave.
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29th Dec '17 9:15:49 AM Papermage8
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** They also typically feature support groups of some kind. ''Series/JessicaJones2015'' has a support group for Kilgrave's victims, ''Series/LukeCage2016'' has a prison support group run by the woman who would become Luke's love interest, and ''Series/ThePunisher'' had a support group for veterans run by one of Frank's old army buddies.
8th Oct '17 7:59:39 PM CourtMC
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* In every season finale of ''Series/{{Charmed}}'', the last shot is the front door of the Halliwell Manor closing, either being magically closed by Prue (seasons 1 and 2), another supernatural being (seasons 3 and 4), Chris (season 5), itself (season 7) or [[spoiler:Piper's granddaughter]] (season 8). The only exception is season 6, the final shot shows the doors of a hospital room closing. Though in the season 6 finale, Chris does magically close the front door. Only this time it happens during the episode (when he throws Darryl out) , and not at the very end.

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* In every season finale of ''Series/{{Charmed}}'', the last shot is the front door of the Halliwell Manor closing, either being magically closed by Prue (seasons 1 and 2), another supernatural being (seasons 3 and 4), Chris (season 5), itself (season 7) or [[spoiler:Piper's granddaughter]] (season 8). The only exception is season 6, the final shot shows the doors of a hospital room closing. Though in the season 6 finale, Chris does magically close the front door. Only this time it happens during the episode (when he throws Darryl out) , and not at the very end. In season 7, it's implied that it's Prue who's closing the door, as the sound of her telekinesis was heard when it closed, and she had helped them with a spell (without being seen) earlier in the episode.
5th Sep '17 6:33:03 PM JJHIL325
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* ''Series/TheFlash2014'':
** Every season thus far has has an episode which involves [[spoilers: a time-traveler revisiting the night of Nora Allen's murder at the hands of Eobard Thawne. In Season 1, Barry travels back and converses with his mother before she dies. In Season 2 he travels back and saves his mother. In Season 3, Thawne travels back with Barry's consent and undoes Barry's interference in order to restore the timeline. And its a ForegoneConclusion that Barry will make at least one more trip back to the events of the night]].

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* ''Series/TheFlash2014'':
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''Series/TheFlash2014'': Every season thus far has has an episode which involves [[spoilers: [[spoiler: a time-traveler revisiting the night of Nora Allen's murder at the hands of Eobard Thawne. In Season 1, Barry travels back and converses with his mother before she dies. In Season 2 he travels back and saves his mother. In Season 3, Thawne travels back with Barry's consent and undoes Barry's interference in order to restore the timeline. And its a ForegoneConclusion that Barry will make at least one more trip back to the events of the night]].
29th Aug '17 1:15:57 PM jharrison3051
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** The White Walkers have appeared in one major set piece in every season: "Winter is Coming" (S1), "Valar Morghulis" (S2), "Second Sons" (S3), "Oathkeeper" (S4), "Hardhome" (S5), "The Door" (S6), and "Beyond the Wall" (S7). Each episode also reveals new information about the White Walkers, "Winter is Coming" revealed they can control the dead, "Valar Morghulis" revealed their physical appearance and that they have an army, "Second Sons" revealed that they can be killed by dragonglass, "Oathkeeper" revealed they can turn infants into new White Walkers, "Hardhome" that they can be killed by Valyrian steel, "The Door" that the Night King has greenseeing and seismic abilities, and "Beyond the Wall" that killing a White Walker also disables all of the dead they raised.

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** The White Walkers have appeared in one major set piece in every season: "Winter is Coming" (S1), "Valar Morghulis" (S2), "Second Sons" (S3), "Oathkeeper" (S4), "Hardhome" (S5), "The Door" (S6), and "Beyond the Wall" (S7). Each episode also reveals new information about the White Walkers, "Winter [[spoiler:"Winter is Coming" revealed they can control the dead, "Valar Morghulis" revealed their physical appearance and that they have an army, "Second Sons" revealed that they can be killed by dragonglass, "Oathkeeper" revealed they can turn infants into new White Walkers, "Hardhome" that they have a leader, the Night King, and can be killed by Valyrian steel, "The Door" that the Night King has greenseeing and seismic abilities, and "Beyond the Wall" that killing a White Walker also disables all of the dead they raised.]]
29th Aug '17 1:13:48 PM jharrison3051
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** In every season at least one [[spoiler:king is murdered,]] causing a major political upheaval. [[spoiler:In the first season it's Viserys Targaryen and Robert Baratheon, in the second season Renly Baratheon and Xaro Xhoan Daxos, in the third season Robb Stark, in the fourth season Joffrey Baratheon, in the fifth season Mance Rayder and Stannis Baratheon, and in the sixth season Balon Greyjoy and Tommen Baratheon.]]
** The White Walkers have appeared in one major set piece every season: "Winter is Coming" (S1), "Valar Morghulis" (S2), "Second Sons" (S3), "Oathkeeper" (S4), "Hardhome" (S5), "The Door" (S6), and "Beyond the Wall" (S7). Their undead minions ("wights") have appeared more often.

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** In every season the first six seasons at least one [[spoiler:king or claimant is murdered,]] causing a major political upheaval. [[spoiler:In the first season it's Viserys Targaryen and Robert Baratheon, in the second season Renly Baratheon and Xaro Xhoan Daxos, in the third season Robb Stark, in the fourth season Joffrey Baratheon, in the fifth season Mance Rayder and Stannis Baratheon, and in the sixth season Balon Greyjoy and Tommen Baratheon. The seventh season is unique as no kings die, though for the first time two kings effectively surrender their sovereign status, with Jon Snow pledging to Daenerys and Euron Greyjoy pledging to Cersei.]]
** The White Walkers have appeared in one major set piece in every season: "Winter is Coming" (S1), "Valar Morghulis" (S2), "Second Sons" (S3), "Oathkeeper" (S4), "Hardhome" (S5), "The Door" (S6), and "Beyond the Wall" (S7). Their undead minions ("wights") Each episode also reveals new information about the White Walkers, "Winter is Coming" revealed they can control the dead, "Valar Morghulis" revealed their physical appearance and that they have appeared more often.an army, "Second Sons" revealed that they can be killed by dragonglass, "Oathkeeper" revealed they can turn infants into new White Walkers, "Hardhome" that they can be killed by Valyrian steel, "The Door" that the Night King has greenseeing and seismic abilities, and "Beyond the Wall" that killing a White Walker also disables all of the dead they raised.
20th Aug '17 6:28:33 PM MisterCPC
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* ''Series/AreYouAfraidOfTheDark'' had one tale every season visiting Sardo's Magic Store.
18th Aug '17 10:52:03 AM jharrison3051
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*** Later seasons included at least one episode exploring the antagonistic relationship of Kira and Dukat: "Indiscretion", "Return to Grace" (S4), "Ties of Blood and Water" (S5), "Wrongs Darker Than Death or Night" (S6), and "Covenant" (S7).
18th Aug '17 10:40:05 AM jharrison3051
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** The White Walkers have appeared in one episode[[note]](Season two had two episodes featuring a White Walker, though its first appearance was heavily obscured and for only a few seconds)[[/note]] every season: "Winter is Coming" (S1), "Valar Morghulis" (S2), "Second Sons" (S3), "Oathkeeper" (S4), "Hardhome" (S5), and "The Door" (S6). Their undead minions ("wights") have appeared more often.

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** The White Walkers have appeared in one episode[[note]](Season two had two episodes featuring a White Walker, though its first appearance was heavily obscured and for only a few seconds)[[/note]] major set piece every season: "Winter is Coming" (S1), "Valar Morghulis" (S2), "Second Sons" (S3), "Oathkeeper" (S4), "Hardhome" (S5), and "The Door" (S6).(S6), and "Beyond the Wall" (S7). Their undead minions ("wights") have appeared more often.



** Every season, save the fourth, has one set piece, often progressively larger, of Daenerys using her dragons for [[spoiler:ballistic purposes. In the second season she uses them to incinerate Pyat Pree to escape from the House of the Undying, in the third season she has Drogon kill Kraznys and assist with her sack of Astapor, in the fifth season Drogon rescues her and kills many of the Sons of the Harpy during their assault on Meereen's fighting pits, in the sixth season she uses all three to decimate the Slaver fleet assaulting Meereen, and in the seventh season uses Drogon along with her Dothraki cavalry to assault Jaime's Lannister army.]]

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** Every season, save the fourth, has one set piece, often progressively larger, of Daenerys using her dragons for [[spoiler:ballistic purposes. In the second season she uses them to incinerate Pyat Pree to escape from the House of the Undying, in the third season she has Drogon kill Kraznys and assist with her sack of Astapor, in the fifth season Drogon rescues her and kills many of the Sons of the Harpy during their assault on Meereen's fighting pits, in the sixth season she uses all three to decimate the Slaver fleet assaulting Meereen, and in the seventh season uses Drogon along with her Dothraki cavalry to assault Jaime's Lannister Jaime Lannister's army.]]
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