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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 army.]]
3rd Jul '17 9:30:37 AM trulymadmoves
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** In a voice cast that usually consists only of Creator/TaraStrong and actors associated with Creator/TheOceanGroup, there's a SpecialGuest CelebrityVoiceActor once per season starting in Season 4, (not counting Creator/JohnDeLancie, who's been a recurring character since Season 2). Generally, the celebrity is a PromotedFanboy utilized as an InkSuitActor to [[TheCastShowOff show off]] either their singing, distinctive persona, or both.
*** Season 4: Music/WeirdAlYankovic
*** Season 5: Creator/LenaHall
*** Season 6: Creator/PattonOswalt
*** Season 7: Creator/WilliamShatner and Creator/FeliciaDay (both in the same episode)
27th Jun '17 6:39:01 AM MetroidPeter
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* One person dies per season in ''WesternAnimation/AvatarTheLastAirbender''. [[spoiler:From season one to season three, in order, that's: [[HotbloodedSideburns Commander Zhao]], [[WellIntentionedExtremist Jet]][[note]]Though it was often debated if he was actually killed before WordOfGod confirmed it.[[/note]], and [[TheSpeechless Combustion Man]].]]

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* One person dies per season in ''WesternAnimation/AvatarTheLastAirbender''. [[spoiler:From season one to season three, in order, that's: [[HotbloodedSideburns Commander Zhao]], [[WellIntentionedExtremist Jet]][[note]]Though it was often debated if he was actually killed before WordOfGod confirmed it.[[/note]], and [[TheSpeechless Combustion Man]].]]]] Also, one person gets burned by a fire-bender every season. In season one, [[Recap/AvatarTheLastAirbenderTheDeserter Aang burned Katara]]. In season 2, [[Recap/AvatarTheLastAirbenderTheChase Azula burned Iroh]]. And in season 3, [[Recap/AvatarTheLastAirbenderTheWesternAirTemple Zuko burned Toph]].
2nd Jun '17 9:57:43 AM jharrison3051
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* In every season of ''Series/HouseOfCardsUS'' at least one prominent character is [[spoiler:killed off by the Underwoods or their associates. In season one it's Peter Russo, in season two Zoe Barnes, in season three Rachel Posner, in season four Lucas Goodwin (in an altercation that also causes the death of Edward Meechum).]]

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* In every season of ''Series/HouseOfCardsUS'' at least one prominent character is [[spoiler:killed off [[spoiler:murdered by the Underwoods or their associates. In season one it's Peter Russo, in season two Zoe Barnes, in season three Rachel Posner, in season four Lucas Goodwin (in an altercation that also causes the death of Edward Meechum).Meechum), and in season five Tom Yates and LeAnn Harvey.]]
1st Jun '17 11:23:56 AM jharrison3051
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* In every season of ''Series/HouseOfCardsUS'' at least one prominent character is [[spoiler:killed off by the Underwoods or their associates. In season one it's Peter Russo, in season two Zoe Barnes, in season three Rachel Posner, in season four Lucas Goodwin (in an altercation that also causes the death of Edward Meechum).]]
30th May '17 10:52:54 PM AthenaBlue
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--->'''Giles''': We need to save Buffy from Hansel and Gretel!
--->'''Cordelia''': Now, let's be clear, the brain damage happened before I hit you.

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--->'''Giles''': We need to save Buffy from Hansel and Gretel!
--->'''Cordelia''':
Gretel!\\
'''Cordelia''':
Now, let's be clear, the brain damage happened before I hit you.



** The revival has to have a Dalek appearance every year (two in the first series), as mandated by the contract that allowed them to use the Daleks. Hence their flashback appearance in [[Recap/DoctorWhoS30E16TheWatersOfMars "The Waters of Mars"]], and the cameo in [[Recap/DoctorWhoS32E13TheWeddingOfRiverSong "The Wedding of River Song"]].

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** The revival has to have a Dalek appearance every year (two in the first series), as mandated by the contract that allowed them to use the Daleks. Hence their flashback appearance in [[Recap/DoctorWhoS30E16TheWatersOfMars "The Waters of Mars"]], and the cameo in [[Recap/DoctorWhoS32E13TheWeddingOfRiverSong "The Wedding of River Song"]].[[note]] Interested in a complete list? ''[deep breath]'' 2005: [[Recap/DoctorWhoS27E6Dalek "Dalek"]], [[Recap/DoctorWhoS27E12BadWolf "Bad Wolf"]]/[[Recap/DoctorWhoS27E13ThePartingOfTheWays "The Parting of the Ways"]]; 2006: [[Recap/DoctorWhoS28E12ArmyOfGhosts "Army of Ghosts"]]/[[Recap/DoctorWhoS28E13Doomsday "Doomsday"]]; 2007: [[Recap/DoctorWhoS29E4DaleksInManhattan "Daleks in Manhattan"]]/[[Recap/DoctorWhoS29E5EvolutionOfTheDaleks "Evolution of the Daleks"]]; 2008: [[Recap/DoctorWhoS30E12TheStolenEarth "The Stolen Earth"]]/[[Recap/DoctorWhoS30E13JourneysEnd "Journey's End"]]; 2009: [[Recap/DoctorWhoS30E16TheWatersOfMars "The Waters of Mars"]] (flashback); 2010: [[Recap/DoctorWhoS31E3VictoryOfTheDaleks "Victory of the Daleks"]], [[Recap/DoctorWhoS31E12ThePandoricaOpens "The Pandorica Opens"]]/[[Recap/DoctorWhoS31E13TheBigBang "The Big Bang"]] (secondary antagonists); 2011: [[Recap/DoctorWhoS32E13TheWeddingOfRiverSong "The Wedding of River Song"]] (cameo); 2012: [[Recap/DoctorWhoS33E1AsylumOfTheDaleks "Asylum of the Daleks"]]; 2013: [[Recap/DoctorWho50thASTheDayOfTheDoctor "The Day of the Doctor"]], [[Recap/DoctorWho2013CSTheTimeOfTheDoctor "The Time of the Doctor"]]; 2014: [[Recap/DoctorWhoS34E2IntoTheDalek "Into the Dalek"]]; 2015: [[Recap/DoctorWhoS35E1TheMagiciansApprentice "The Magician's Apprentice"]]/[[Recap/DoctorWhoS35E2TheWitchsFamiliar "The Witch's Familiar"]]; 2016: [[Recap/DoctorWhoS36ShortFriendFromTheFuture "Friend from the Future"]] (promo short); 2017: [[Recap/DoctorWhoS36E1ThePilot "The Pilot"]] (cameo). ''[whew]'' [[/note]]



** Ahsoka Tano had one DesignatedGirlFight in each season: [[spoiler:with Asajj Ventress in Season 1, a [[PuppeteerParasite possessed]] Barriss Offee in Season 2, Aurra Sing in Season 3, Bo-Katan in Season 4, and again with ([[FaceHeelTurn a now genuinely evil)]] Barriss in Season 5.]]

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** Ahsoka Tano had one DesignatedGirlFight in each season: [[spoiler:with Asajj Ventress in season:
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Season 1, 1: "Cloak of Darkness", versus Asajj Ventress.
*** Season 2: [[Recap/StarWarsTheCloneWarsS2E8BrainInvaders "Brain Invaders"]], versus
a [[PuppeteerParasite possessed]] Barriss Offee in Offee.
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Season 2, 3: [[Recap/StarWarsTheCloneWarsS3E7Assassin "Assassin"]], versus BountyHunter Aurra Sing in Sing.
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Season 3, Bo-Katan 4: [[Recap/StarWarsTheCloneWarsS4E14AFriendInNeed "A Friend in Need"]], versus Death Watch lieutenant Bo-Katan.
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Season 4, and again with ([[FaceHeelTurn 5: [[Recap/StarWarsTheCloneWarsS5E19ToCatchAJedi "To Catch a now genuinely evil)]] Barriss in Season 5.]]Jedi"]], versus the Hooded Assailant, aka [[spoiler:a [[FaceHeelTurn Face-Heel Turned]] Barriss]].


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** Most seasons have at least one ''Franchise/IndianaJones'' reference:
*** Season 1: "The Gungan General", Senator Kharrus' staff is [[Film/RaidersOfTheLostArk the Staff of Ra]].
*** Season 2: [[Recap/StarWarsTheCloneWarsS2E3ChildrenOfTheForce "Children of the Force"]], Mace Windu does an IndyHatRoll with his lightsaber.
*** Season 3: [[Recap/StarWarsTheCloneWarsS3E22WookieeHunt "Wookiee Hunt"]], Trandoshan [[EgomaniacHunter sport hunter]] Garnac has a [[Film/IndianaJonesAndTheKingdomOfTheCrystalSkull crystal skull]] on display in his throne room.
*** Season 6: "The Disappeared" two-parter is a WholePlotReference to ''Temple of Doom''.


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** Azmorigan appearing.
*** Season 1: [[Recap/StarWarsRebelsS1E09IdiotsArray "Idiot's Array"]], wherein Lando gets the ''Ghost'' crew involved in an attempt to scam him.
*** Season 2: [[Recap/StarWarsRebelsS2E04BrothersOfTheBrokenHorn "Brothers of the Broken Horn"]], wherein he attempts to throw Hondo and Ezra out of an airlock.
*** Season 3: [[Recap/StarWarsRebelsS3E07TheWynkahthuJob "The Wynkahthu Job"]], wherein he and Hondo team up with the ''Ghost'' crew to loot an abandoned Imperial freighter.
9th May '17 2:33:43 PM jharrison3051
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** Every season includes at least one scene that reveals new information from the books that, due to being told from the limited perspective of point-of-view characters, were unable to portray or could only hint at. The first season confirms that Renly and Loras are in a homosexual relationship, the second season reveals how Melisandre and Stannis conceived a shadow assassin, and that Joffrey sent Mandon Moore to kill Tyrion, the third season confirms that Ramsay castrated Theon, the fourth season reveals that Craster's sons are turned into new White Walkers, the fifth season reveals the fate of Hardhome and existence of Night King, the sixth season confirms that Balon Greyjoy was murdered by his brother Euron, and that Melisandre is actually centuries old and hides her true form under a magical glamour. From the sixth season onward it remains to be seen if revelations will be included in the books eventually.

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** Every season includes at least one scene that reveals new information from the books that, due to being told from the limited perspective of point-of-view characters, were unable to portray or could only hint at. The first season confirms that Renly [[spoiler:Renly and Loras Loras]] are in a homosexual relationship, the second season reveals how Melisandre and Stannis conceived a shadow assassin, and that Joffrey [[spoiler:Joffrey]] sent Mandon Moore to kill Tyrion, the third season confirms that Ramsay castrated Theon, [[spoiler:castrated Theon]], the fourth season reveals that Craster's sons are turned [[spoiler:turned into new White Walkers, Walkers]], the fifth season reveals the fate of [[spoiler:the massacre at Hardhome and existence of the Night King, King]], the sixth season confirms that Balon [[spoiler:Balon Greyjoy was murdered by his brother Euron, Euron]], and that Melisandre [[spoiler:Melisandre is actually centuries old and hides her true form under a magical glamour.glamour]]. From the sixth season onward it remains to be seen if revelations will be included in the books eventually.
9th May '17 2:30:20 PM jharrison3051
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** Every season includes at least one scene that reveals new information from the books that, due to being told from the limited perspective of point-of-view characters, were unable to portray or could only hint at. The first season confirms that Renly and Loras are in a homosexual relationship, the second season reveals how Melisandre and Stannis conceived a shadow assassin, and that Joffrey sent Mandon Moore to kill Tyrion, the third season confirms that Ramsay castrated Theon, the fourth season reveals that Craster's sons are turned into new White Walkers, the fifth season reveals the fate of Hardhome and existence of Night King, the sixth season confirms that Balon Greyjoy was murder by his brother Euron, and that Melisandre is actually centuries old and hides her true form under a magical glamour. From the sixth season onward it remains to be seen if revelations will be included in the books eventually.

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** Every season includes at least one scene that reveals new information from the books that, due to being told from the limited perspective of point-of-view characters, were unable to portray or could only hint at. The first season confirms that Renly and Loras are in a homosexual relationship, the second season reveals how Melisandre and Stannis conceived a shadow assassin, and that Joffrey sent Mandon Moore to kill Tyrion, the third season confirms that Ramsay castrated Theon, the fourth season reveals that Craster's sons are turned into new White Walkers, the fifth season reveals the fate of Hardhome and existence of Night King, the sixth season confirms that Balon Greyjoy was murder murdered by his brother Euron, and that Melisandre is actually centuries old and hides her true form under a magical glamour. From the sixth season onward it remains to be seen if revelations will be included in the books eventually.
9th May '17 2:29:47 PM jharrison3051
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** Every season includes at least one scene that reveals new information from the books that, due to being told from the limited perspective of point-of-view characters, were unable to portray or could only hint at. The first season confirms that Renly and Loras are in a homosexual relationship, the second season reveals how Melisandre and Stannis conceived a shadow assassin, and that Joffrey sent Mandon Moore to kill Tyrion, the third season confirms that Ramsay castrated Theon, the fourth season reveals that Craster's sons are turned into new White Walkers, and the fifth season revealed the fate of Hardhome and existence of Night King. From the sixth season onward it remains to be seen if revelations will be included in the books eventually.

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** Every season includes at least one scene that reveals new information from the books that, due to being told from the limited perspective of point-of-view characters, were unable to portray or could only hint at. The first season confirms that Renly and Loras are in a homosexual relationship, the second season reveals how Melisandre and Stannis conceived a shadow assassin, and that Joffrey sent Mandon Moore to kill Tyrion, the third season confirms that Ramsay castrated Theon, the fourth season reveals that Craster's sons are turned into new White Walkers, and the fifth season revealed reveals the fate of Hardhome and existence of Night King.King, the sixth season confirms that Balon Greyjoy was murder by his brother Euron, and that Melisandre is actually centuries old and hides her true form under a magical glamour. From the sixth season onward it remains to be seen if revelations will be included in the books eventually.
9th May '17 2:27:25 PM jharrison3051
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** The White Walkers have appeared in one episode every season, though their undead minions ("wights") have appeared more often.

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** The White Walkers have appeared in one episode every season, episode[[note]](Season two had two episodes featuring a White Walker, though their 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. often.
** Every season includes at least one scene that reveals new information from the books that, due to being told from the limited perspective of point-of-view characters, were unable to portray or could only hint at. The first season confirms that Renly and Loras are in a homosexual relationship, the second season reveals how Melisandre and Stannis conceived a shadow assassin, and that Joffrey sent Mandon Moore to kill Tyrion, the third season confirms that Ramsay castrated Theon, the fourth season reveals that Craster's sons are turned into new White Walkers, and the fifth season revealed the fate of Hardhome and existence of Night King. From the sixth season onward it remains to be seen if revelations will be included in the books eventually.
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