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17th Jun '18 8:50:21 PM PaulA
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* ''Twenty Years After'', the sequel to ''Literature/TheThreeMusketeers'', is both an example and a subversion. Cardinal Mazarin asks d'Artagnan to find his three old friends, who have left the service long ago, and convince them to join back and help the Cardinal against his enemies. But only Porthos JumpedAtTheCall; Athos and Aramis excuse themselves... [[spoiler:and we find out several chapters later that the reason is that they are already involved with the other side.]]

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* ''Twenty Years After'', ''Literature/TwentyYearsAfter'', the sequel to ''Literature/TheThreeMusketeers'', is both an example and a subversion. Cardinal Mazarin asks d'Artagnan to find his three old friends, who have left the service long ago, and convince them to join back and help the Cardinal against his enemies. But only Porthos JumpedAtTheCall; Athos and Aramis excuse themselves... [[spoiler:and we find out several chapters later that the reason is that they are already involved with the other side.]]side]].
8th Jun '18 8:10:38 AM Katkiller-V
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* ''Fanfic/OfSheepAndBattleChicken'': Played straight and subverted in the third story. While Shepard is playing this trope straight in her actions of reassembling her old team, due to the fact that several of them are operating under assumed identities she is unaware that this is what she is doing until after she finds them.
15th Apr '18 8:03:34 PM Generality
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* ''Film/TheWorldsEnd'': This is said nearly word for word when Gary is gathering everyone up.

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* ''Film/TheWorldsEnd'': This is said nearly word for word when Gary is gathering everyone up.up. He even has to specify that he isn't being literal after Stephen pointed out he sold his guitar to buy drugs.
27th Mar '18 7:34:31 AM amateragi
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* In ''Film/TheMuppets'', Muppets fans Walter, Gary, and Mary try to get Kermit to get the Muppets back together after learning that Muppet Studios is going to be bought by an oil magnate, in hopes that they can organize a telethon to buy it back. [[spoiler:The telethon is unsuccessful, but the group decides to stick together, and they end up getting the Studio back anyways.]]
18th Feb '18 6:14:46 PM jormis29
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* This trope is said word for word in [[ComicBook/BrightestDay Generation Lost]]. [[Characters/JusticeLeagueOfAmerica Maxwell Lord]] decides to bring ComicBook/BoosterGold, Ice, Fire, ComicBook/CaptainAtom and the new ComicBook/BlueBeetle and Rocket Red back together to reform the Justice League International. Of course, Max Lord is a villain this time around, and none of the heroes are too happy about being reunited against their will.

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* This trope is said word for word in [[ComicBook/BrightestDay Generation Lost]].''ComicBook/JusticeLeagueGenerationLost''. [[Characters/JusticeLeagueOfAmerica Maxwell Lord]] decides to bring ComicBook/BoosterGold, Ice, Fire, ComicBook/CaptainAtom and the new ComicBook/BlueBeetle and Rocket Red back together to reform the Justice League International. Of course, Max Lord is a villain this time around, and none of the heroes are too happy about being reunited against their will.
16th Feb '18 10:43:26 PM nombretomado
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* The second season of ''PhoenixNights'' begins this way.

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* The second season of ''PhoenixNights'' ''Series/PhoenixNights'' begins this way.
16th Jan '18 11:11:47 AM Lyssa
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** Similarly, in the ''Series/StarTrekDeepSpaceNine'' episode "The Visitor", another possible future has an elderly Jake Sisko seeking the former DS9 crew to help him.

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** Similarly, in the ''Series/StarTrekDeepSpaceNine'' episode "The Visitor", another possible future has an elderly Jake Sisko seeking the former DS9 Deep Space 9 crew to help him.
5th Jan '18 8:26:38 PM nombretomado
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* The whole point of the Creator/DisneyXD show ''ImInTheBand''.

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* The whole point of the Creator/DisneyXD show ''ImInTheBand''.''Series/ImInTheBand''.
1st Jan '18 2:22:43 AM Piterpicher
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* The podcast, This Week In Tech, was started by Leo Laporte in 2005, getting some the crew of TechTV's The Screen Savers back together. In fact the first few episodes were unofficially called the Revenge of the Screen Savers, until they formally named the podcast, as G4 (the new identity of the TechTV network) held onto the trademark. Over a decade later, the podcast network that grew around This Week In Tech, TWiT, acquired the Screen Savers trademark and launched a video podcast, The New Screen Savers.

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* The podcast, This Week In Tech, was started by Leo Laporte in 2005, getting some the crew of TechTV's Creator/TechTV's The Screen Savers back together. In fact the first few episodes were unofficially called the Revenge of the Screen Savers, until they formally named the podcast, as G4 (the new identity of the TechTV Creator/TechTV network) held onto the trademark. Over a decade later, the podcast network that grew around This Week In Tech, TWiT, acquired the Screen Savers trademark and launched a video podcast, The New Screen Savers.
24th Dec '17 9:46:57 AM nombretomado
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* The quartet of EltonJohn, guitarist Davey Johnstone, bassist Dee Murray and drummer Nigel Olsson, along with lyricist Bernie Taupin and producer Gus Dudgeon, helped create Elton's most critically and commercially successful period (''Honky Chateau'', ''Don't Shoot Me I'm Only The Piano Player'', ''Goodbye Yellow Brick Road'', ''Caribou'', ''Captain Fantastic And The Brown Dirt Cowboy''). Elton broke the band up in 1975, which led to a DorkAge in Elton's career which was only halted when Elton rehired Johnstone, Murray and Olsson in the band, hired Taupin full-time and made the ''Too Low for Zero'' album in 1983. The album was critically and commercially successful, and thanks to Creator/{{MTV}} videos like "I'm Still Standing" and "I Guess That's Why The Call It The Blues", led to a CareerResurrection in the mid-eighties.

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* The quartet of EltonJohn, Music/EltonJohn, guitarist Davey Johnstone, bassist Dee Murray and drummer Nigel Olsson, along with lyricist Bernie Taupin and producer Gus Dudgeon, helped create Elton's most critically and commercially successful period (''Honky Chateau'', ''Don't Shoot Me I'm Only The Piano Player'', ''Goodbye Yellow Brick Road'', ''Caribou'', ''Captain Fantastic And The Brown Dirt Cowboy''). Elton broke the band up in 1975, which led to a DorkAge in Elton's career which was only halted when Elton rehired Johnstone, Murray and Olsson in the band, hired Taupin full-time and made the ''Too Low for Zero'' album in 1983. The album was critically and commercially successful, and thanks to Creator/{{MTV}} videos like "I'm Still Standing" and "I Guess That's Why The Call It The Blues", led to a CareerResurrection in the mid-eighties.
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