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23rd Jan '16 5:26:32 PM Vir
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* ''WesternAnimation/TheSimpsons'': "Who Shot Mr Burns?" features a significant number of subtle hints towards the TheReveal of the shooter which the viewer won't pick up on until future viewings when they start paying attention to the character's actions throughout both episodes.
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* ''WesternAnimation/TheSimpsons'': "Who Shot Mr Mr. Burns?" features a significant number of subtle hints towards the TheReveal of the shooter which the viewer won't pick up on until future viewings when they start paying attention to the character's actions throughout both episodes.
23rd Jan '16 5:26:23 PM Vir
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Congratulations, you've discovered this work's RewatchBonus! This is where the creators show off just how much work they put into writing the story! You just happened to miss it the first time through because there were bigger things drawing your attention.
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Congratulations, you've discovered this work's RewatchBonus! Rewatch Bonus! This is where the creators show off just how much work they put into writing the story! You just happened to miss it the first time through because there were bigger things drawing your attention.

* ''WesternAnimation/MyLittlePonyFriendshipIsMagic'' has a very strong, yet subtle continuity, and the RewatchBonus especially comes into play with the season 3 finale and season 4. After Twilight becomes an alicorn and eventually becomes [[spoiler:the Princess of Friendship]], much of the actions that her mentor Princess Celestia took gain new perspective as she had to ensure that Twilight would grow into a kind, yet headstrong princess that was able to think for herself without getting the ponies of Equestria into trouble.
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* ''WesternAnimation/MyLittlePonyFriendshipIsMagic'' has a very strong, yet subtle continuity, and the RewatchBonus Rewatch Bonus especially comes into play with the season 3 finale and season 4. After Twilight becomes an alicorn and eventually becomes [[spoiler:the Princess of Friendship]], much of the actions that her mentor Princess Celestia took gain new perspective as she had to ensure that Twilight would grow into a kind, yet headstrong princess that was able to think for herself without getting the ponies of Equestria into trouble.
23rd Jan '16 4:34:49 AM KeithM
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** The second season arc with the Inhumans and the apparent overreaction by some of them to being discovered by SHIELD take on a different context when season three reveals the true origin of HYDRA and its connection to them.
23rd Jan '16 3:14:00 AM Overlord_A
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** Observant viewers will notice that during the scene where Hans "saves" Elsa from being shot by a crossbow bolt, which brings an enormous chandelier down on her, that he both glances up to make note that the chandelier is above Elsa, ''and'' has compleatly wrested control of the crossbow from its owner when the arrow is fired.
22nd Jan '16 5:29:30 PM AshlynNyx
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*** Later in the film when Kylo is interrogating Rey, he probes her mind and says that she dreams of an island and an ocean. At the end of the film, [[spoiler:after the heroes complete the map to Luke Skywalker's location, Rey travels to meet him... and it turns out he's been hiding on an island]].
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*** Later in the film when When Kylo Ren is interrogating Rey, he probes her mind and says that she dreams of an island and an ocean. At the end of the film, [[spoiler:after the heroes complete the map to Luke Skywalker's location, Rey travels to meet him... and it turns out he's been hiding on an island]].
22nd Jan '16 3:22:15 PM MyFinalEdits
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* Quite a bit in ''ComicBook/UltimateSpiderMan'' due to the large number of [[ChekhovsGun Chekhov's Guns]] and [[ChekhovsGunman Gunmen]] seeded through out the story's earlier points. For instance, the scene where Norman Osborn becomes the Green Goblin becomes even more important when you notice that [[EarlyBirdCameo some major characters are present in the background]] long before they become important, such as Dr. Octopus and Conrad Marcus.
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* Quite a bit in ''ComicBook/UltimateSpiderMan'' due to the large number of [[ChekhovsGun Chekhov's Guns]] and [[ChekhovsGunman Gunmen]] seeded through out the story's earlier points. points. ** For instance, the scene where Norman Osborn becomes the Green Goblin becomes even more important when you notice that [[EarlyBirdCameo some major characters are present in the background]] long before they become important, such as Dr. Octopus and Conrad Marcus.

** The reveal that Vader is Luke's father is so acclaimed because it caused this. Uncle Owen's comments about worrying that Luke will end up like his father, the vague ways Obi-Wan describes Anakin Skywalker, Vader being able to sense Luke's presence so well, etc.. ** In the opening scene of ''The Force Awakens'', Lor San Tekka gives a brief, desperate speech to Kylo Ren about the Light Side of the Force and his heritage. This speech takes on a whole new meaning when it's revealed [[spoiler: Kylo is Han and Leia's son and Luke's former protégé gone bad]]. There's also a lot of subtle foreshadowing towards what happens in the film's climax, such as Han and Chewbacca arguing about whether Han can talk his way out of trouble or not and Kylo Ren wondering if he's really willing to [[MoralEventHorizon cross the line]] like Darth Vader did.
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** The reveal that Vader is Luke's father is so acclaimed because it caused this. Uncle Owen's comments about worrying that Luke will end up like his father, the vague ways Obi-Wan describes Anakin Skywalker, Vader being able to sense Luke's presence so well, etc..etc. ** ''Film/TheForceAwakens'': *** In the opening scene of ''The Force Awakens'', scene, Lor San Tekka gives a brief, desperate speech to Kylo Ren about the Light Side of the Force and his heritage. This speech takes on a whole new meaning when it's revealed [[spoiler: Kylo is Han and Leia's son and Luke's former protégé gone bad]]. There's also a lot of subtle foreshadowing towards what happens in the film's climax, such as Han and Chewbacca arguing about whether Han can talk his way out of trouble or not and Kylo Ren wondering if he's really willing to [[MoralEventHorizon cross the line]] like Darth Vader did.

* ''Literature/TheLordOfTheRings'', simply because it's impossible to absorb a thousand pages of information in one sitting. ** Specially the Prologue, which makes little sense when read before anything else on the books. ** The whole trilogy gains one of these once you've read ''Literature/TheSilmarillion'' - suddenly all those name-drops and random songs make sense.
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* ''Literature/TheLordOfTheRings'', simply because it's impossible to absorb a thousand pages of information in one sitting. ** Specially sitting. Especially the Prologue, which makes little sense when read before anything else on the books. ** books. The whole trilogy also gains one of these once you've read ''Literature/TheSilmarillion'' - suddenly all those name-drops and random songs make sense.
22nd Jan '16 11:27:51 AM PlasmaTalon
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* ''Anime/LupinFamilyAllStars'' is completely different the second time around. [[spoiler:No wonder everyone seemed ''off''. They're all another member of the gang in disguise! Lupin is Fujiko, Fujiko is Jigen, and Jigen plays Goemon, who is the helmeted guy in the corner. The Lupin impersonator? Why Zenigata of course!]]
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* ''Anime/LupinFamilyAllStars'' is completely different the second time around. [[spoiler:No wonder everyone seemed ''off''. They're [[spoiler:Everyone's dialogue and demeanor make a lot more sense when you know they're all another member of the gang character in disguise! Lupin is Fujiko, Fujiko is Jigen, and Jigen plays Goemon, who is the helmeted guy in the corner. The Lupin impersonator? Why Zenigata of course!]]disguise.]]
21st Jan '16 7:46:28 PM PlasmaTalon
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* ''Anime/LupinFamilyAllStars'' is completely different the second time around. [[spoiler:No wonder everyone seemed ''off''. They're all another member of the gang in disguise! Lupin is Fujiko, Fujiko is Jigen, and Jigen plays Goemon, who is the helmeted guy in the corner. The Lupin impersonator? Why Zenigata of course!]]
10th Jan '16 9:17:38 AM AshlynNyx
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*** Later in the film when Kylo is interrogating Rey, he probes her mind and says that she dreams of an island and an ocean. At the end of the film, [[spoiler:after the heroes complete the map to Luke Skywalker's location, Rey travels to meet him... and it turns out he's been hiding on an island]].
8th Jan '16 2:54:31 PM chopshop
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* Quite a bit in ''ComicBook/UltimateSpiderMan'' due to the large number of [[ChekhovsGun Chekhov's Guns]] and [[ChekhovsGunman Gunmen]] seeded through out the story's earlier points. For instance, the scene where Norman Osborn becomes the Green Goblin becomes even more important when you notice that [[EarlyBirdCameo some major characters are present in the background]] long before they become important, such as Dr. Octopus and Conrad Marcus. ** There's also all the subtle build-up to Spider-Man's eventual battles with [[BiggerBad the Roxxon Corporation]]. On reread you'll notice more that ''a lot'' of Spidey's enemies and problems were being caused by Roxxon indirectly even before he knew about them; Beetle being hired by them, Killer Shrike attacking their labs, Spot and Sandman being experimented on by them...

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* ''Franchise/StarWars'': ** The reveal that Vader is Luke's father is so acclaimed because it caused this. Uncle Owen's comments about worrying that Luke will end up like his father, the vague ways Obi-Wan describes Anakin Skywalker, Vader being able to sense Luke's presence so well, etc.. ** In the opening scene of ''The Force Awakens'', Lor San Tekka gives a brief, desperate speech to Kylo Ren about the Light Side of the Force and his heritage. This speech takes on a whole new meaning when it's revealed [[spoiler: Kylo is Han and Leia's son and Luke's former protégé gone bad]]. There's also a lot of subtle foreshadowing towards what happens in the film's climax, such as Han and Chewbacca arguing about whether Han can talk his way out of trouble or not and Kylo Ren wondering if he's really willing to [[MoralEventHorizon cross the line]] like Darth Vader did.
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