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22nd Jul '17 1:34:15 PM Piterpicher
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** In the finale, it was explained that the final season (and various other parts) of the show was [[AllJustADream just a story]] that RoseAnne had written. Among other things, it is revealed that in reality, Darlene got married and dropped out of school while Becky was successful

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** In the finale, it was explained that the final season (and various other parts) of the show was [[AllJustADream just a story]] that RoseAnne Series/{{Roseanne}} had written. Among other things, it is revealed that in reality, Darlene got married and dropped out of school while Becky was successful
21st Apr '17 11:43:54 AM ObsequiousEscargot
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** In the ''{{Finale}}'', it was explained that the final season (and various other parts) of the show was [[AllJustADream just a story]] that RoseAnne had written. Among other things, it is revealed that in reality, Darlene got married and dropped out of school while Becky was successful

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** In the ''{{Finale}}'', finale, it was explained that the final season (and various other parts) of the show was [[AllJustADream just a story]] that RoseAnne had written. Among other things, it is revealed that in reality, Darlene got married and dropped out of school while Becky was successful
21st Apr '17 11:43:13 AM ObsequiousEscargot
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** In the {{Finale}}, it was explained that the final season (and various other parts) of the show was [[AllJustADream just a story]] that RoseAnne had written. Among other things, it is revealed that in reality, Darlene got married and dropped out of school while Becky was successful

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** In the {{Finale}}, ''{{Finale}}'', it was explained that the final season (and various other parts) of the show was [[AllJustADream just a story]] that RoseAnne had written. Among other things, it is revealed that in reality, Darlene got married and dropped out of school while Becky was successful
21st Apr '17 11:42:32 AM ObsequiousEscargot
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** In the {{Finale finale}}, it was explained that the final season (and various other parts) of the show was [[AllJustADream just a story]] that RoseAnne had written. Among other things, it is revealed that in reality, Darlene got married and dropped out of school while Becky was successful

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** In the {{Finale finale}}, {{Finale}}, it was explained that the final season (and various other parts) of the show was [[AllJustADream just a story]] that RoseAnne had written. Among other things, it is revealed that in reality, Darlene got married and dropped out of school while Becky was successful
21st Apr '17 11:41:46 AM ObsequiousEscargot
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** In the [[{{Finale finale}}]], it was explained that the final season (and various other parts) of the show was [[AllJustADream just a story]] that RoseAnne had written. Among other things, it is revealed that in reality, Darlene got married and dropped out of school while Becky was successful

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** In the [[{{Finale finale}}]], {{Finale finale}}, it was explained that the final season (and various other parts) of the show was [[AllJustADream just a story]] that RoseAnne had written. Among other things, it is revealed that in reality, Darlene got married and dropped out of school while Becky was successful
21st Apr '17 11:40:56 AM ObsequiousEscargot
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** In the [[Finale finale]], it was explained that the final season (and various other parts) of the show was [[AllJustADream just a story]] that RoseAnne had written. Among other things, it is revealed that in reality, Darlene got married and dropped out of school while Becky was successful

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** In the [[Finale finale]], [[{{Finale finale}}]], it was explained that the final season (and various other parts) of the show was [[AllJustADream just a story]] that RoseAnne had written. Among other things, it is revealed that in reality, Darlene got married and dropped out of school while Becky was successful
21st Apr '17 11:39:44 AM ObsequiousEscargot
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** In the [[Finale finale]], it was explained that the final season (and various other parts) of the show was [[AllJustADream just a story]] that RoseAnne had written. Among other things, it is revealed that in reality, Darlene got married and dropped out of school while Becky was successful
14th Mar '17 10:44:49 PM Karxrida
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* One [[TheBronzeAgeOfComicBooks Bronze Age]] ''ComicBook/{{Batman}}'' story begins with Batman unsuccessfully trying to convince the parole board not to let Penguin out of prison. When Penguin gets out, Batman keeps a close eye on him, convinced that his apparently innocent activities are [[CivilianVillain a front for some new criminal scheme]]. Sure enough, he exposes Penguin's plan... to give legitimate jobs to ex-cons, which he had to do secretly because associating with them at all was a parole violation. The story [[BookEnds ends]] with Batman unsuccessfully trying to convince the parole board not to send Penguin back to prison.

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* One [[TheBronzeAgeOfComicBooks Bronze Age]] ''ComicBook/{{Batman}}'' story begins with Batman unsuccessfully trying to convince the parole board not to let Penguin out of prison. When Penguin gets out, Batman keeps a close eye on him, convinced that his apparently innocent activities are [[CivilianVillain [[FalselyReformedVillain a front for some new criminal scheme]]. Sure enough, he exposes Penguin's plan... to give legitimate jobs to ex-cons, which he had to do secretly because associating with them at all was a parole violation. The story [[BookEnds ends]] with Batman unsuccessfully trying to convince the parole board not to send Penguin back to prison.
8th Feb '17 6:17:26 PM kquinn0830
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* A variation occurs on ''Series/{{Friends}}''. After Rachel and Phoebe's apartment is destroyed in a fire, they must live with their friends with one living with Monica and Chandler and the other living with Joey. Monica's is seen as the better option due to its cleanliness and her tendency to spoil guests while Joey's is an unkempt pigsty. Eventually it's decide that Phoebe will stay at Monica's and Rachel with Joey. However, Phoebe gets frustrated by Monica's rules for keeping the apartment clean and the constant attention. Meanwhile, Rachel actually enjoys living with Joey because she can be as untidy as she wants and has fun playing games with him that make the apartment messier.
17th Dec '16 1:01:03 AM Furienna
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* ''Series/DrQuinnMedicineWoman'' seems to have a case of this at first glance. Sully is generally much more progressive than most of the other men in town about almost every issue: ethnical minorities, women's rights, controversial books in the new town library, the theory of evolution, homosexuality... But when it comes to the railway and other building projects, Sully is the one fighting "progress" and the other men are supporting it. It becomes a [[SubvertedTrope subverted]] case though: Sully has good reasons to dislike ''that'' kind of "progress", because he knows how this would affect the local Cheyennes, all the animals in the nearby forrest and the nature scenes. Which would have been a radical viewpoint in the 1860s/1870s. The other men on the other hand will only want to make a quick profit, and will not care too much about if other values could be lost. So it means that Sully ''still'' is the progressive one and the other men the more conservative ones.

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* ''Series/DrQuinnMedicineWoman'' seems to have a case an example of this at first glance. Sully is generally much more progressive than most of the other men in town about almost every issue: ethnical minorities, women's rights, controversial books in the new town library, the theory of evolution, homosexuality... But when it comes to the railway and other building projects, Sully is the one fighting "progress" and the other men are supporting it. It becomes a [[SubvertedTrope subverted]] case though: Sully has good reasons to dislike ''that'' kind of "progress", because he knows how this would affect the local Cheyennes, all the animals in the nearby forrest forest and the nature scenes. Which would have been a radical viewpoint in the 1860s/1870s. The other men on the other hand will only want to make a quick profit, and will not care too much about if other values could be lost. So it means that Sully ''still'' is the progressive one and the other men the more conservative ones.
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