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6th Dec '16 2:33:39 AM Chabal2
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** In book one, Harry gets the feeling that Snape can read his mind. In book five, Dumbledore assigns Snape to teach him how to ''stop'' people from, basically, reading his mind.

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** In book one, Harry gets the feeling that Snape can read his mind. In book five, Dumbledore assigns Snape to teach him how to ''stop'' people from, basically, reading his mind.mind, being very good at both reading minds and preventing his mind being read.



** Snape's mutual hatred of Sirius seems to be solely based on Sirius bullying Snape in their teens, hence a lot of characters wondering why he can't simply let it go. Re-read book 3 with the knowledge that [[spoiler:everything Snape did was in revenge for Lily's death, since everyone thought it was Sirius who betrayed the Potters. Even if Snape learned Pettigrew was the traitor, it was still Sirius' idea to make Pettigrew the Secret Keeper, and in a way his fault they were murdered.]]



** In something of a montage sequence in Book 5, it is offhandedly mentioned that the characters find, among other junk, "a heavy locket none of them could open". Re-reading after learning about the Horcruxes in Books 6 & 7 cause the reader to realize that they had a horcrux in their possession the whole time.

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** In something of a montage sequence in Book 5, it is offhandedly mentioned that the characters find, among other junk, "a heavy locket none of them could open". Re-reading after learning about the Horcruxes in Books 6 & 7 cause the reader to realize that they had a horcrux Horcrux in their possession the whole time.
30th Nov '16 3:09:32 PM Pseudoname
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** Maybe something like, oh I don't know, an online database of recurring motifs and themes in media [[TvTropesWillRuinYourLife that makes it impossible to not notice them]].
19th Nov '16 8:25:53 PM ShamusAran
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* In TheMovie of WesternAnimation/DextersLaboratory, ''Ego Trip,'' Dexter is assaulted by [[HumongousMecha giant time-traveling robots]] sent to "destroy the one who saved the future." This is the inciting incident for the movie's entire plot. As it turns out, [[spoiler:the one who saved the future was ''Dee Dee'', and Dexter ends up collaborating with his three [[MyFutureSelfAndMe future selves]] to build the mechs in the first place and send them to destroy her. If you rewatch the scene in which Dexter first fights the robots, you'll notice they ''don't actually do anything,'' because Dee Dee vacated the premises a few seconds before they arrived.]]
17th Nov '16 8:02:05 AM Romancechina999
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* Fanfic/CodeGeassColorlessMemories many of the lines and {{Foreshadowing}} in the earlier chapters. Take on this once you know that Rai is [[spoiler: Half Sumeragi]] and that it was [[spoiler: C.C]] whom took his memories in the first place.
15th Nov '16 9:47:44 AM kuchiki222
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** Of course Zoom knew how to catch and return Barry's lightning!! [[spoiler: When he was the one who taught it to Barry in the first place.]]
9th Nov '16 2:03:52 PM Willbyr
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* Pretty much everything in episode 1 of ''SteinsGate'' where Okabe and Mayuri visit the time travel lecture counts as foreshadowing and gains more significance in episode 23 when [[spoiler: Okabe revisits the conference using the improved time machine.]]

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* Pretty much everything in episode 1 of ''SteinsGate'' ''VisualNovel/SteinsGate'' where Okabe and Mayuri visit the time travel lecture counts as foreshadowing and gains more significance in episode 23 when [[spoiler: Okabe revisits the conference using the improved time machine.]]
4th Oct '16 7:53:29 AM MrItty
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** In something of a montage sequence in Book 5, it is offhandedly mentioned that the characters find, among other junk, "a heavy locket none of them could open". Re-reading after learning about the Horcruxes in Books 6 & 7 cause the reader to realize that they had a horcrux in their possession the whole time.
2nd Oct '16 1:16:48 AM The_Biologist
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* Biscoe and Norton play a major role near the end ''Anime/{{Gungrave}}'', to the point that their appearance seems too sudden, except for Biscoe, who has a brief scene in episode 15. But then, in a rewatch, [[EarlyBirdCameo Biscoe and Norton actually first appear in episode 6 as nameless characters in a blink-and-you-miss-it shot of Big Daddy's conference.]]
** Similarly, Alzac Tino, [[spoiler:whom Big Daddy later chooses to lead Millennion after his retirement]]. Alzac first appears in the same shot as Biscoe and Norton.
** The piano tune in episode 6 is a variant of the OST Bitter Ending that plays more often in the latter part of the anime as everything slowly goes to hell. The tune plays as Brandon dances with Maria, Big Daddy having a conference with his business associates and Harry eliminating the Lightning goons, which drops a hint that the happy times won't last long. [[spoiler:Much later in the series, Brandon breaks up with Maria, Harry murders Brandon and Big Daddy and has Maria killed, and Millennion becomes a corrupt organization under Harry's reign]].
** Mika's family speech at the finale makes more sense (and is a bit of a FridgeHorror, [[spoiler:as a variant of BodyguardBetrayal has just happened to her and she isn't aware of it]]) if one pays more attention to Gary's and Widge's speech in episode 21. Gary and Widge define family as a special bond that exists between people as long as they don't betray each other.
*** That definition of family is also why Mika, in episode 24, believes that Brandon/Grave will return to her right after they acknowledge their bond as a family.
29th Sep '16 5:20:43 AM GeneralSpecific
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** In Part I, there's a scene where someone in the background rides by on a bicycle while Marty and Doc are talking. In Part II, it's revealed that the bicyclist was Doc, who winds up having a short discussion with himself.
*** WordOfGod: It wasn't. More RewatchBonus: the bicyclist in Part I was going the opposite direction from Doc in Part II.

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** %%** In Part I, there's a scene where someone in the background rides by on a bicycle while Marty and Doc are talking. In Part II, it's revealed that the bicyclist was Doc, who winds up having a short discussion with himself.
*** %%*** WordOfGod: It wasn't. More RewatchBonus: the bicyclist in Part I was going the opposite direction from Doc in Part II.
21st Sep '16 11:06:51 PM KeithM
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* ''Series/{{Blindspot}}'' explicitly shows how Jane's apparently trivial and innocuous missions for Oscar over a number of episodes [[spoiler: were used to frame Mayfair for murder]], but a more subtle one is the reveal that Orion [[spoiler: had been a black ops squad working for the CIA, likely under the direction of Carter, and Jane had been a member of the unit]]. All of a sudden Carter's fixation on killing Jane makes a great deal more sense than simply being an overreaction to her being connected to someone who knew about Operation Daylight.
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