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14th Feb '16 12:38:29 AM peash
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** Spinoff Series/NCISLosAngeles is an inversion, having very few recurring characters that aren't in the main credits.
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** Spinoff Series/NCISLosAngeles is an inversion, aversion, having very few recurring characters that aren't in the main credits.
12th Feb '16 12:47:55 AM peash
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** Spinoff "Series/NCISLosAngeles" is an inversion, having very few recurring characters that aren't in the main credits.
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** Spinoff "Series/NCISLosAngeles" Series/NCISLosAngeles is an inversion, having very few recurring characters that aren't in the main credits.
12th Feb '16 12:28:53 AM peash
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** Spinoff "Series/NCISLosAngeles" is an inversion, having very few recurring characters that aren't in the main credits.
23rd Jan '16 11:22:12 AM nombretomado
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-->-- ''{{Friends}}''
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-->-- ''{{Friends}}'' ''Series/{{Friends}}''

* ''Series/SaturdayNightLive'', while not necessarily "characters", have had several Hosts that could almost be considered as such. This was highlighted during Tom Hanks' fifth time hosting the show, where his opening monologue included his being inducted in the "5-Timer's Club" with other hosts that hit that milestone, with another such club being referenced, and SteveMartin making an appearance in a club by himself. ** And just to give an idea - in the earliest days of SNL, SteveMartin hosted the show so often that people mistakenly thought that he was a full-time cast member.
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* ''Series/SaturdayNightLive'', while not necessarily "characters", have had several Hosts that could almost be considered as such. This was highlighted during Tom Hanks' fifth time hosting the show, where his opening monologue included his being inducted in the "5-Timer's Club" with other hosts that hit that milestone, with another such club being referenced, and SteveMartin Creator/SteveMartin making an appearance in a club by himself. ** And just to give an idea - in the earliest days of SNL, SteveMartin Creator/SteveMartin hosted the show so often that people mistakenly thought that he was a full-time cast member.
7th Dec '15 3:53:45 PM MisterCPC
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If they are popular enough to become a regular, they get a PromotionToOpeningTitles. For a character who starts out as a regular but becomes recurring over time, see CommutingOnTheBus. If they appear in most (or all, in some cases) episodes and get more appearances than even some of the show's regular characters yet continue to be recurring, then they'll wind up being a FakeGuestStar.
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If they are popular enough to become a regular, they get a PromotionToOpeningTitles. For a character who starts out as a regular but becomes recurring over time, see CommutingOnTheBus.CommutingOnABus. If they appear in most (or all, in some cases) episodes and get more appearances than even some of the show's regular characters yet continue to be recurring, then they'll wind up being a FakeGuestStar.
4th Dec '15 11:53:41 AM MisterCPC
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If they are popular enough to become a regular, they get a PromotionToOpeningTitles.
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If they are popular enough to become a regular, they get a PromotionToOpeningTitles. PromotionToOpeningTitles. For a character who starts out as a regular but becomes recurring over time, see CommutingOnTheBus. If they appear in most (or all, in some cases) episodes and get more appearances than even some of the show's regular characters yet continue to be recurring, then they'll wind up being a FakeGuestStar.
14th Nov '15 5:50:55 PM nombretomado
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* ''TheRockfordFiles'' had several, including sleazy con man Angel Martin, haples bodyguard Charles Martel, annoying super-detective Lance White, earnest young P.I. Richie Brockleman, and hardass Lieutenant Chapman. Weirdest were the idiot duo of small-time crooks Mickey Long and Ernest Conigliaro, who turned up in two episodes, with the same names, personalities, and actors, but were apparently different people.
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* ''TheRockfordFiles'' ''Series/TheRockfordFiles'' had several, including sleazy con man Angel Martin, haples bodyguard Charles Martel, annoying super-detective Lance White, earnest young P.I. Richie Brockleman, and hardass Lieutenant Chapman. Weirdest were the idiot duo of small-time crooks Mickey Long and Ernest Conigliaro, who turned up in two episodes, with the same names, personalities, and actors, but were apparently different people.
13th Sep '15 8:50:30 PM nombretomado
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* ''TheOC'' tended to introduce a wave of new characters each season; a couple like Anna or Theresa appeared in later seasons and EnsembleDarkHorse Taylor Townsend actually managed to get a PromotionToOpeningTitles. Most of them only existed for individual arcs and then vanished, often pretty abruptly, [[BrotherChuck never to be mentioned again]].
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* ''TheOC'' ''Series/TheOC'' tended to introduce a wave of new characters each season; a couple like Anna or Theresa appeared in later seasons and EnsembleDarkHorse Taylor Townsend actually managed to get a PromotionToOpeningTitles. Most of them only existed for individual arcs and then vanished, often pretty abruptly, [[BrotherChuck never to be mentioned again]].
17th Jul '15 12:17:14 AM Stormtroper
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[[AC:WebOriginal]] * The NewsParody ''[[ElChiguireBipolar Chigüire Bipolar]]'' will bring up the underpaid intern whenever they need someone from the agency to do something (such as holding an interview or time travel), and the poll analyst Erwe Von Esse when they need somebody to speak about statistics.
15th Jul '15 4:36:59 PM Adept
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'''Chandler:''' And yet I never run into {{Beyonce}}.
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'''Chandler:''' And yet I never run into {{Beyonce}}.Music/{{Beyonce}}.

* ''RanmaOneHalf'' has a large cast of recurring characters. The only character who shows up in every story is the [=titular=] character. His romantic foil and fiancee Akane shows up in every story except one.
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* ''RanmaOneHalf'' ''Manga/RanmaOneHalf'' has a large cast of recurring characters. The only character who shows up in every story is the [=titular=] character. His romantic foil and fiancee Akane shows up in every story except one.

* ''GetBackers'' has a nice habit of switching up which characters appear from arc to arc, meaning that pretty much everyone besides Ban, Ginji, and their 'support staff' at the Honky Tonk is one of these. The most frequently-recurring characters are Himiko, Kazuki, Shido, and Akabane; once they were introduced, at least one of them appeared in every story line, and they all have some kind of connection to the MythArc.
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* ''GetBackers'' ''Manga/GetBackers'' has a nice habit of switching up which characters appear from arc to arc, meaning that pretty much everyone besides Ban, Ginji, and their 'support staff' at the Honky Tonk is one of these. The most frequently-recurring characters are Himiko, Kazuki, Shido, and Akabane; once they were introduced, at least one of them appeared in every story line, and they all have some kind of connection to the MythArc.
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