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24th Jun '16 3:11:38 AM Morgenthaler
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* RockyAndBullwinkle had the story arcs "Moosylvania" and the series finale "Moosylvania Saved."

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* RockyAndBullwinkle ''WesternAnimation/RockyAndBullwinkle'' had the story arcs "Moosylvania" and the series finale "Moosylvania Saved."



* On ''HongKongPhooey'', there was always something connecting the two 11-minute segments.

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* On ''HongKongPhooey'', ''WesternAnimation/HongKongPhooey'', there was always something connecting the two 11-minute segments.
9th Jun '16 2:42:22 AM PaulA
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* In ''Series/EnemyAtTheDoor'', the first-season episode "The Jerrybag" (in which a woman gets pregnant to a German soldier and has to decide whether to keep the baby after he's reassigned and killed in action) was followed up in the second-season episode "The Right Blood" (in which the soldier's family learns about the boy and tries to convince her to give him over to them).
20th May '16 6:30:26 PM KidDynamite
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* Music/{{Queensryche}} broke through with their 1988 ConceptAlbum, ''Opertaion: Mindcrime''. They made a sequel album in 2006, ''Operation: Mindcrime II'' and performed both albums back-to-back while on tour that year, chronicled on the DVD, ''Mindcrime At The Moore''.
18th May '16 2:11:46 PM nombretomado
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* ''{{CSI NY}}'' had a similar thing with Shane Casey, seemingly ending his case in season 3, then having him escape and start another arc in season 6.

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* ''{{CSI NY}}'' ''Series/{{CSINY}}'' had a similar thing with Shane Casey, seemingly ending his case in season 3, then having him escape and start another arc in season 6.
16th May '16 4:13:02 PM TheOneWhoTropes
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* ''TazMania'' had "Here, Kitty, Kitty, Kitty," and its follow up "Here, Kitty, Kitty, Kitty Part II," which saw an evil housecat owned by Taz's sister Molly try to kill Taz, and every single time Molly saw the two the cat would [[WoundedGazelleGambit pretend to be the victim]].

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* ''TazMania'' ''WesternAnimation/TazMania'' had "Here, Kitty, Kitty, Kitty," and its follow up "Here, Kitty, Kitty, Kitty Part II," which saw an evil housecat owned by Taz's sister Molly try to kill Taz, and every single time Molly saw the two the cat would [[WoundedGazelleGambit pretend to be the victim]].
25th Mar '16 10:43:56 AM DreadedDuck500
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** "The Awkwardness" is a sequel to "The Hug", both of which are about the [[CringeComedy relentlessly awkward meetings]] between Gumball and someone he doesn't know.
20th Mar '16 10:44:11 AM nombretomado
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* ''TheAngryBeavers'', the episodes "Up All Night" and "Up All Night 2: Up All Day. The Reckoning". The first one concerns the beavers trying to stay up until morning, and eventually staying up until TheFuture. In the second one, they get back via a DeusExMachina and decide to go to sleep, eventually [[spoiler:falling asleep for so long that they wake up in TheFuture again]]. Also, the "Muscular Beaver" episode managed to have ''four'' {{Numbered Sequel}}s.

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* ''TheAngryBeavers'', ''WesternAnimation/TheAngryBeavers'', the episodes "Up All Night" and "Up All Night 2: Up All Day. The Reckoning". The first one concerns the beavers trying to stay up until morning, and eventually staying up until TheFuture. In the second one, they get back via a DeusExMachina and decide to go to sleep, eventually [[spoiler:falling asleep for so long that they wake up in TheFuture again]]. Also, the "Muscular Beaver" episode managed to have ''four'' {{Numbered Sequel}}s.
12th Mar '16 6:26:43 AM SteveMB
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** "Return to Wannaweep" is a sequel to the 1st season ep "Sink or Swim", in which Gill, a mutated former camper "buddy" of Ron's wreaks havoc. In the sequel episode, Wannaweep has been re-opened, and Gill has reutrned to his human form.
** In the 4th season, "Oh No, Yono!" follows up on the introduction of Hana, Ron's [[{{Tykebomb}} adoptive baby sister]] in "Big Bother", with plotlines set up in the "Big Bother" coming to fruition in "Oh No, Yono!".

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** The second season episode "Return to Wannaweep" is a sequel to the 1st first season ep "Sink or Swim", in which Gill, a mutated former camper "buddy" of Ron's wreaks havoc. In the sequel episode, Wannaweep has been re-opened, and Gill has reutrned returned to his human form.
** In the 4th fourth season, "Oh No, Yono!" follows up on the introduction of Hana, Ron's [[{{Tykebomb}} adoptive baby sister]] in "Big Bother", with plotlines set up in the "Big Bother" coming to fruition in "Oh No, Yono!".
12th Mar '16 6:25:42 AM SteveMB
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** In the 4th season, the introduction of Hana, Ron's [[{{Tykebomb}} adoptive baby sister]] was a clear case of this. There are more than five episodes between ''Big brother'' and ''Oh no, Yono!'' but they are clearly meant to follow each other with plots-lines being started in ''Big brother'' coming to fruition in ''Oh no, Yono!''.

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** In the 4th season, "Oh No, Yono!" follows up on the introduction of Hana, Ron's [[{{Tykebomb}} adoptive baby sister]] was a clear case of this. There are more than five episodes between ''Big brother'' and ''Oh no, Yono!'' but they are clearly meant to follow each other in "Big Bother", with plots-lines being started plotlines set up in ''Big brother'' the "Big Bother" coming to fruition in ''Oh no, Yono!''."Oh No, Yono!".
12th Mar '16 6:23:24 AM SteveMB
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* The 2nd season ''WesternAnimation/KimPossible'' ep "Return to Wannaweep" is a sequel to the 1st season ep "Sink or Swim", in which Gill, a mutated former camper "buddy" of Ron's wreaks havoc. In the sequel episode, Wannaweep has been re-opened, and Gill has reutrned to his human form. In the 4th season, the introduction of Hana, Ron's [[{{Tykebomb}} adoptive baby sister]] was a clear case of this. There are more than five episodes between ''Big brother'' and ''Oh no, Yono!'' but they are clearly meant to follow each other with plots-lines being started in ''Big brother'' coming to fruition in ''Oh no, Yono!''.

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* The 2nd season ''WesternAnimation/KimPossible'' ep ''WesternAnimation/KimPossible'':
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"Return to Wannaweep" is a sequel to the 1st season ep "Sink or Swim", in which Gill, a mutated former camper "buddy" of Ron's wreaks havoc. In the sequel episode, Wannaweep has been re-opened, and Gill has reutrned to his human form. form.
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In the 4th season, the introduction of Hana, Ron's [[{{Tykebomb}} adoptive baby sister]] was a clear case of this. There are more than five episodes between ''Big brother'' and ''Oh no, Yono!'' but they are clearly meant to follow each other with plots-lines being started in ''Big brother'' coming to fruition in ''Oh no, Yono!''.Yono!''.
** The events of the GrandFinale "Graduation" are triggered by Warmonga (and her mate Warhok) returning to Earth to get revenge on Kim and Drakken for defeating and making a fool of [[ThirdPersonPerson Warmonga]] in "Mad Dogs and Aliens".
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