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9th Dec '17 4:07:55 PM Kelothan
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* ''Disney/LiloAndStitch'': The "Lilo feeding her pet fish a sandwich because she thinks he can control the weather" bit takes a much darker tone once you learn that [[spoiler:it was raining the day her parents died]].
8th Dec '17 12:25:16 PM ThestralDawn
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* At the end of the original ''Anime/LittleWitchAcademia'' OVA, it's all but stated that Diana is a {{Closet|Geek}}ed Shiny Chariot fangirl. Rewatching the beginning reveals that not only did she attend the same show as Akko, she's the very first character on screen.

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At the end of the original ''Anime/LittleWitchAcademia'' OVA, it's all but stated that Diana is a {{Closet|Geek}}ed Shiny Chariot fangirl. Rewatching the beginning reveals that not only did she attend the same show as Akko, she's the very first character on screen.screen.
** In the series itself, Croix's existence and relevance to the plot is hinted at a couple of times before she makes her official introduction halfway through the show.
*** A picture of her can be seen among the other winners of the broom relay race in the display case, indicating her status as one of the most talented students during her time at Luna Nova.
*** [[spoiler: Her magitek cubes appear in the Shiny Chariot show Akko attends in episode one. This is the show that we learn Chariot used the Dream Fuel Spirit for, the one that Croix had been helping her out with, and the one that ultimately marked the end of their friendship.]]
*** Her voice is heard in the the flashback Akko sees [[spoiler: in the Polaris fountain, as the one Chariot is performing her Moonlit Witch routine for, indicating just how close the two friends used to be before their falling out.]]
29th Nov '17 2:52:09 AM FoxBluereaver
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** Sirius's actions during [[Literature/HarryPotterAndThePrisonerOfAzkaban Book Three]] make a lot more sense when you already know [[spoiler: that he's innocent of the crimes he supposedly committed,]] and several of them actually serve as foreshadowing.
25th Nov '17 10:35:19 PM DrOO7
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* ''Literature/MySweetAudrina''. Readers who don't figure out the book's secret until near the end, [[spoiler: when Audrina's father finally tells Audrina that there was no older sister who was raped and murdered and that ''she's'' the only Audrina will reread it and kick themselves for not noticing the various clues to this effect. For starters, Audrina flashes back to the First Audrina staggering home after the rape, which would be impossible if she'd been killed. Later, when she has another flashback about the rape, she recalls her boyfriend/husband Arden being there, also impossible if the First Audrina was nine years older than she was.
24th Nov '17 5:46:40 PM lalalei2001
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* Pretty much ''every'' [[TheReveal reveal]] about in the Anime/YuGiOhArcV series has been hinted one way or another through pasts episodes, and there much that is realized after a rewatch that there's no way we could fit all in one entry, but the fact that it has it's own folder in the {{Foreshadowing}} page '''especially''' after episodes 126 and 127 (which act as a MetaOrigin for the series as a whole) should be telling enough.



* Many Creator/{{Pixar}} movies have something from an ''upcoming'' movie worked in. It'd take the likes of Franchise/SherlockHolmes to recognize Nemo from ''WesternAnimation/FindingNemo'' as the toy fish Boo handed to Sully in ''WesternAnimation/MonstersInc,'' but you'll definitely notice these things on your next viewing of the earlier film.
** Also from ''WesternAnimation/MonstersInc'', the scene where Sulley accidentally scares Boo has Mike in the background convincing Mr Waternoose that Boo isn't toxic. [[spoiler: His reactions during that scene include a cartoonish gasp and pantomime raising of hands when he first sees her, a calculating shiftiness of his eyes once Mike starts talking, being so willing to discard a lifetime of teaching during the course of a minute-long speech from Mike that he willingly picks Boo up (which Mike is still hesitant to do after a full day in her company), a different sort of anger during his "how could this happen?" question than would be expected from someone who's just been told a murderous psychopath is using his factory to kidnap children and asking who else knows about Boo. Assuming the viewer wasn't distracted by the heartbreaking way Boo cowers away from Sulley, it would be implausible for even the most ReasonableAuthorityFigure to react as calmly as Waternoose does. Rewatching the scene after discovering that he's behind the whole scheme makes all the subtleties of his reaction make perfect sense]].

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* Many Creator/{{Pixar}} movies have something from an ''upcoming'' movie worked in.in, doubling as ProductionForeshadowing. It'd take the likes of Franchise/SherlockHolmes to recognize Nemo from ''WesternAnimation/FindingNemo'' as the toy fish Boo handed to Sully in ''WesternAnimation/MonstersInc,'' but you'll definitely notice these things on your next viewing of the earlier film.
** Also from * From ''WesternAnimation/MonstersInc'', the scene where Sulley accidentally scares Boo has Mike in the background convincing Mr Waternoose that Boo isn't toxic. [[spoiler: His reactions during that scene include a cartoonish gasp and pantomime raising of hands when he first sees her, a calculating shiftiness of his eyes once Mike starts talking, being so willing to discard a lifetime of teaching during the course of a minute-long speech from Mike that he willingly picks Boo up (which Mike is still hesitant to do after a full day in her company), a different sort of anger during his "how could this happen?" question than would be expected from someone who's just been told a murderous psychopath is using his factory to kidnap children and asking who else knows about Boo. Assuming the viewer wasn't distracted by the heartbreaking way Boo cowers away from Sulley, it would be implausible for even the most ReasonableAuthorityFigure to react as calmly as Waternoose does. Rewatching the scene after discovering that he's behind the whole scheme makes all the subtleties of his reaction make perfect sense]].



** Seemingly innocent lines from Prince Hans can be re-interpreted as disguising his true nature in later viewings. For example, during his duet with Anna, some of his lines ("We finish each other's-" "Sandwiches!" "That's what ''I'' was gonna say!") are suddenly less {{Narm}}, more signs of tailoring himself to make Anna fall for him. In particular, in the same duet, he has a line about having waited his whole life to "find my own place". While he says this, he isn't looking at Anna - he's turned away from her to gesture at her kingdom. On one's first viewing, it's difficult to notice that he's essentially admitting to being more interested in the kingdom than the girl here, but it's glaringly obvious on a rewatch.
** 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.

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** Seemingly innocent lines from Prince Hans can be re-interpreted as disguising his true nature in later viewings. For example, during his duet with Anna, some of his lines ("We finish each other's-" "Sandwiches!" "That's what ''I'' was gonna say!") are suddenly less {{Narm}}, more signs of tailoring himself to make Anna fall for him. In particular, in the same duet, he has a line about having waited his whole life to "find my own place". While he says this, he isn't looking at Anna - he's turned away from her to gesture at her kingdom. On one's first viewing, it's difficult to notice that he's essentially admitting to being more interested in the kingdom than the girl here, but it's glaringly obvious on a rewatch.
** 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 completely wrested control of the crossbow from its owner when the arrow is fired.


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* Rereading the ''Literature/StarDarlings'' books while knowing [[spoiler:Lady Cordial's a disguise for the villain]] makes the twist pretty obvious in hindsight.
24th Nov '17 4:48:42 PM Lemia
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* The entire first season of ''Series/TheGoodPlace'' becomes this after the reveal that [[spoiler:the "Good Place" is actually the Bad Place]]. Rewatching it allows you to realize just how many clues there were leading to the reveal, especially how [[spoiler:Michael's efforts to help the four humans were actually him mercilessly preying on their deep insecurities -- telling Chidi that his life's work is worthless and forcing [[TheDitherer him]] to make multiple decisions under great pressure, asking Tahani to help him with parties that he knows in advance will fail and make her feel miserable, having Eleanor become his assistant and bonding with her to make her feel even guiltier about pretending to be someone else, etc]].
20th Nov '17 8:43:40 PM Robotech_Master
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** Also in the Yellow Trailer, a black bird launches itself from a telephone wire as Yang dismounts from her bike and heads into the club. [[spoiler:It isn't until the *fifth season* that we learn her mother Raven Branwen *can shapeshift into a raven*--so even as Yang was beating the streets looking for clues to her mother's whereabouts, her mother was right there watching her all along.]]
** Once you know what Pyrrha's Semblance is, you can see her using it in every little fight earlier on.

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** Also in the Yellow Trailer, a black bird launches itself from a telephone wire as Yang dismounts from her bike and heads into the club. [[spoiler:It isn't until the *fifth season* ''fifth season'' that we learn her mother Raven Branwen *can ''can shapeshift into a raven*--so raven''--so even as Yang was beating the streets looking for clues to her mother's whereabouts, her mother was right there watching her all along.]]
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20th Nov '17 8:42:10 PM Robotech_Master
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* Given the immense amount of planning that went into ''WebAnimation/{{RWBY}}'''s story concept, and the way the late Monty Oum plotted out the entire series well ahead of time, the show is larded with many little details that seem insignificant at the time, but take on greater significance on subsequent rewatches. For example:
** In the Yellow Trailer, Roman Torchwick appears for a split second, hiring the red-sunglasses-wearing thugs who show up in the first episode of the show.
** Also in the Yellow Trailer, a black bird launches itself from a telephone wire as Yang dismounts from her bike and heads into the club. [[spoiler:It isn't until the *fifth season* that we learn her mother Raven Branwen *can shapeshift into a raven*--so even as Yang was beating the streets looking for clues to her mother's whereabouts, her mother was right there watching her all along.]]
** Once you know what Pyrrha's Semblance is, you can see her using it in every little fight earlier on.
** The moments when Blake's bow seems to twitch by itself make more sense when you know [[spoiler:she has cat ears underneath]].
5th Nov '17 9:10:26 PM ZerroDefex
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* The interview scenes in ''Film/TheUsualSuspects'' are like this on the second viewing once you know [[spoiler: that Verbal Kint was free-associating while making up parts of his story on the spot. For example just before he mentions the lawyer Kobiashi you can see him glancing up at the underside of the detective's coffee mug, which at the end of the film is revealed to be the brand name printed on the bottom.]]
2nd Nov '17 1:53:38 PM 1810072342
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* Some of the nihilist comments (or even tirades) in ''Franchise/BlazBlue'' make a surprising amount of sense after [[VideoGame/BlazBlueCentralFiction the fourth game]] reveals that [[spoiler: the world is based on Mater Unit Amaterasu's dream, and keeps coming back to that shape because her will overrides everything else - so a lot of the characters' actions genuinely are pointless and lacking consequence]]. This works [[FridgeBrilliance especially well]] when done by Arakune ('In the end, you and I... are pointlesspointlesspointless!') and Hazama (eg. his 'World of lies' speech in ''Continuum Shift'''), because [[spoiler: Arakune is directly connected to The Boundary, Amaterasu's resting place, and Hazama is effectively Amaterasu's sister]] - they know the truth much better than everyone else.

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* Some of the nihilist comments (or even tirades) in ''Franchise/BlazBlue'' make a surprising amount of sense after [[VideoGame/BlazBlueCentralFiction the fourth game]] reveals that [[spoiler: the world is based on Mater Unit Amaterasu's dream, and keeps coming back to that shape because her will overrides everything else - so a lot of the characters' actions genuinely are pointless and lacking consequence]]. This works [[FridgeBrilliance especially well]] when done by Arakune ('In the end, you and I... are pointlesspointlesspointless!') and Hazama Terumi (eg. his 'World of lies' speech in ''Continuum Shift'''), because [[spoiler: Arakune is directly connected to The Boundary, Amaterasu's resting place, and Hazama Terumi is effectively Amaterasu's sister]] brother]] - they know the truth much better than everyone else.
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