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25th Nov '17 12:49:44 PM fruitstripegum
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* ''[[Series/DoctorWho'': In "[[Recap/DoctorWhoS34E1DeepBreath Deep Breath]]", companion Clara is seemingly abandoned in the bowels of a spaceship by a manic and unreliable Doctor undergoing regeneration trauma. She is repeatedly menaced by one particular clockwork android wearing a skinned face resembling the previous actor to play the part of the Doctor, until the suspension has been milked dry, at which point the "android" rips its face off to reveal the new Doctor, with his wits about him for once.

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* ''[[Series/DoctorWho'': ''Series/DoctorWho'': In "[[Recap/DoctorWhoS34E1DeepBreath Deep Breath]]", companion Clara is seemingly abandoned in the bowels of a spaceship by a manic and unreliable Doctor undergoing regeneration trauma. She is repeatedly menaced by one particular clockwork android wearing a skinned face resembling the previous actor to play the part of the Doctor, until the suspension has been milked dry, at which point the "android" rips its face off to reveal the new Doctor, with his wits about him for once.
14th Sep '17 12:31:15 PM Eddy1215
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* In OnePiece, [[WorldsStrongestMan Whitebeard]] is first introduced during a scene in which a new recruit of fellow Yonko Shanks boards his ship to discuss a meeting between the two. The first crew member to speak to the recruit ([[SmallNameBigEgo who had been bragging about his fame]]) is a lazy-looking blonde man who mentions that he's never heard of the recruit before. This crew member only has the one line, and is even drawn in a generic, sloppy way in the anime adaptation (complete with incorrect color palette). Several hundred chapters later, and the crew member is revealed to be Marco "[[RedBaron The Phoenix]]", Whitebeard's first mate, and a pirate strong enough to fight two admirals to a standstill!

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* In OnePiece, ''Manga/OnePiece'', [[WorldsStrongestMan Whitebeard]] is first introduced during a scene in which a new recruit of fellow Yonko Shanks boards his ship to discuss a meeting between the two. The first crew member to speak to the recruit ([[SmallNameBigEgo who had been bragging about his fame]]) is a lazy-looking blonde man who mentions that he's never heard of the recruit before. This crew member only has the one line, and is even drawn in a generic, sloppy way in the anime adaptation (complete with incorrect color palette). Several hundred chapters later, and the crew member is revealed to be Marco "[[RedBaron The Phoenix]]", Whitebeard's first mate, and a pirate strong enough to fight two admirals to a standstill!



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* ''Film/{{Alien}}: Albeit it's [[ItWasHisSled practically common knowledge by now]], Ellen Ripley being the sole survivor and protagonist of the movie must have been a surprise back then considering that she wasn't obviously set up as the main character of the movie (Tom Skerritt would have been a more obvious contender) from the start and that it was Sigourney Weaver's first major role.

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* ''Film/{{Alien}}: ''Film/{{Alien}}'': Albeit it's [[ItWasHisSled practically common knowledge by now]], Ellen Ripley being the sole survivor and protagonist of the movie must have been a surprise back then considering that she wasn't obviously set up as the main character of the movie (Tom Skerritt would have been a more obvious contender) from the start and that it was Sigourney Weaver's first major role.



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* "[[Series/DoctorWho Doctor Who]]": In "[[Recap/DoctorWhoS34E1DeepBreath Deep Breath]]", companion Clara is seemingly abandoned in the bowels of a spaceship by a manic and unreliable Doctor undergoing regeneration trauma. She is repeatedly menaced by one particular clockwork android wearing a skinned face resembling the previous actor to play the part of the Doctor, until the suspension has been milked dry, at which point the "android" rips its face off to reveal the new Doctor, with his wits about him for once.

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* "[[Series/DoctorWho Doctor Who]]": ''[[Series/DoctorWho'': In "[[Recap/DoctorWhoS34E1DeepBreath Deep Breath]]", companion Clara is seemingly abandoned in the bowels of a spaceship by a manic and unreliable Doctor undergoing regeneration trauma. She is repeatedly menaced by one particular clockwork android wearing a skinned face resembling the previous actor to play the part of the Doctor, until the suspension has been milked dry, at which point the "android" rips its face off to reveal the new Doctor, with his wits about him for once.



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19th Aug '17 3:06:31 PM WarriorsGate
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* "[[Series/DoctorWhoS34E1DeepBreath]]": When Clara is lost in the bowels of a clockwork spaceship, seemingly abandoned by a manic and unreliable Doctor undergoing regeneration trauma, she's repeatedly menaced by one particular clockwork android wearing the skinned face of the previous actor to play the role of the Doctor. The suspense is milked until it's run dry, at which point the "android" rips its face off to reveal the new Doctor with his wits about him for once.

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* "[[Series/DoctorWhoS34E1DeepBreath]]": When "[[Series/DoctorWho Doctor Who]]": In "[[Recap/DoctorWhoS34E1DeepBreath Deep Breath]]", companion Clara is lost in the bowels of a clockwork spaceship, seemingly abandoned in the bowels of a spaceship by a manic and unreliable Doctor undergoing regeneration trauma, she's trauma. She is repeatedly menaced by one particular clockwork android wearing the a skinned face of resembling the previous actor to play the role part of the Doctor. The suspense is Doctor, until the suspension has been milked until it's run dry, at which point the "android" rips its face off to reveal the new Doctor Doctor, with his wits about him for once.
19th Aug '17 3:03:16 PM WarriorsGate
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* "[[Series/DoctorWhoS34E1DeepBreath]]": When Clara is lost in the bowels of a clockwork spaceship, seemingly abandoned by a manic and unreliable Doctor undergoing regeneration trauma, she's repeatedly menaced by one particular clockwork android wearing the skinned face of the previous actor to play the role of the Doctor. The suspense is milked until it's run dry, at which point the "android" rips its face off to reveal the new Doctor with his wits about him for once.
9th Aug '17 10:34:18 AM ruthlesstyrant
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* ''Film/{{Alien'': Albeit it's [[ItWasHisSled practically common knowledge by now]], Ellen Ripley being the sole survivor and protagonist of the movie must have been a surprise back then considering that she wasn't obviously set up as the main character of the movie (Tom Skerritt would have been a more obvious contender) from the start and that it was Sigourney Weaver's first major role.

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* ''Film/{{Alien'': ''Film/{{Alien}}: Albeit it's [[ItWasHisSled practically common knowledge by now]], Ellen Ripley being the sole survivor and protagonist of the movie must have been a surprise back then considering that she wasn't obviously set up as the main character of the movie (Tom Skerritt would have been a more obvious contender) from the start and that it was Sigourney Weaver's first major role.
9th Aug '17 10:33:45 AM ruthlesstyrant
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* ''Film/Alien'': Albeit it's ''ItWasHisSled/{{practically common knowledge by now}}'', Ellen Ripley being the sole survivor and protagonist of the movie must have been a surprise back then considering that he wasn't obviously set up as the main character of the movie from the start and that it was Sigourney Weaver's first major role.

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* ''Film/Alien'': ''Film/{{Alien'': Albeit it's ''ItWasHisSled/{{practically [[ItWasHisSled practically common knowledge by now}}'', now]], Ellen Ripley being the sole survivor and protagonist of the movie must have been a surprise back then considering that he she wasn't obviously set up as the main character of the movie (Tom Skerritt would have been a more obvious contender) from the start and that it was Sigourney Weaver's first major role.
9th Aug '17 10:31:57 AM ruthlesstyrant
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* ''Film/Alien'': Albeit it's ''ItWasHisSled/{{practically common knowledge by now}}'', Ellen Ripley being the sole survivor and protagonist of the movie must have been a surprise back then considering that he wasn't obviously set up as the main character of the movie from the start and that it was Sigourney Weaver's first major role.
4th Jun '17 12:54:26 PM Ferot_Dreadnaught
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* ''Film/TheDarkKnight'' begins with a bank robbery in which disposable thugs kill each other one after another. Finally just two are left, and one is GenreSavvy enough to realize the other guy probably has orders to kill him, so he tries to strike first. Unfortunately for him, this other mook is SelfDemonstrating/TheJoker, and he was already expecting it and planning to kill the NEXT guy who was coming to kill this guy for him.

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* ''Film/TheDarkKnight'' begins with a bank robbery in which disposable thugs kill each other one after another. Finally just two are left, and one is GenreSavvy enough to realize realizes the other guy probably has orders to kill him, so he tries to strike first. Unfortunately for him, this other mook is SelfDemonstrating/TheJoker, and he was already expecting it and planning to kill the NEXT guy who was coming to kill this guy for him.
16th Apr '17 5:51:15 PM 3_D_S
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* ''Podcast/TheAdventureZone'' has Barry Bluejeans: first encountered as an irrelevant mercenary hired by [[AdaptationalVillainy Gundren]] and presumed dead in the destruction of Phandalin by the end of the first arc. Over fifty episodes later, he is revealed to be one of the most important characters in the entire show, having traveled to the current universe aboard the same IPRE ship as the protagonists.
22nd Mar '17 5:01:59 PM Linwe
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* In ''Film/StarTrekIntoDarkness'', Chekov has to put on a red shirt to take the resigned Scotty's place as Chief Engineer. He's even [[LeaningOnTheFourthWall visibly distressed]] when ordered to do so. Fortunately, he lives. In addition, Kirk orders two unnamed crewmen to take off their red shirts and don more casual clothing for their undercover mission to capture John Harrison. In the film, they live. In the novelization, they don't. It does help that one of the redshirts is in fact the previously-established "Cupcake" who partook in Kirk's "Epic Beating" in [[Film/StarTrek the first film]] and later threw him off the ship on Spock's orders.

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* In ''Film/StarTrekIntoDarkness'', Chekov has to put on a red shirt to take ''Film/TerminatorGenisys'', [[spoiler:Alex/Skynet]] can be seen standing among the resigned Scotty's place watching Resistance fighters as Chief Engineer. He's even [[LeaningOnTheFourthWall visibly distressed]] when ordered to do so. Fortunately, he lives. In addition, Kirk orders two unnamed crewmen to take off their red shirts and don more casual clothing Kyle Reese approaches the time machine. The camera does linger on him for their undercover mission a moment, but there's no reason to capture think anything of it. [[spoiler:Until he attacks John Harrison. In the film, they live. In the novelization, they don't. It does help that one of the redshirts is in fact the previously-established "Cupcake" who partook in Kirk's "Epic Beating" in [[Film/StarTrek the first film]] and later threw him off the ship on Spock's orders.Connor...]]
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