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17th Jul '17 4:51:30 AM Nazetrime
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* ''ComicBook/{{Noob}}'': In comic 5, Sparadrap turns out be a GeniusDitz at fluxball, the FictionalSport that has been added to the setting of the fictional {{MMORPG}} everyone is playing. This results in the titular guild winning a tournament of the sport that had been organized to promote the new activity. Starting Comic 6, the story turns to its own retelling of the franchise's, MythArc, in which fluxball plays absolutely no role. In Comic 12, that happens during a time period other media of the franchise skipped over, the Noob guild goes to Japan to participate in an international fluxball tournament due to technically being the top team in France after the events of comic 5.

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* ''ComicBook/{{Noob}}'': In comic Comic 5, Sparadrap turns out be a GeniusDitz at fluxball, the FictionalSport that has been added to the setting of the fictional {{MMORPG}} everyone is playing. This results in the titular guild winning a tournament of the sport that had has been organized to promote the new activity. Starting Comic 6, the story turns to into its own retelling of the franchise's, franchise's MythArc, in which fluxball plays absolutely no role. In Comic 12, that which happens during a time period other media of the franchise skipped over, the Noob guild goes to Japan to participate in an international fluxball tournament due to technically being the top team in France after the events of comic Comic 5.
17th Jul '17 4:49:39 AM Nazetrime
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* Creator/DonRosa wrote several stories in the ComicBook/DisneyDucksComicUniverse that serve as sequels to stories by Creator/CarlBarks (Rosa was [[PromotedFanboy a big fan of Carl's works growing up]]). "The Money Pit" is a sequel to "The Trouble With Dimes", "Return to Plain Awful" is a sequel to "Lost in the Andes", and so on.[[/folder]]

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* Creator/DonRosa wrote several stories in the ComicBook/DisneyDucksComicUniverse that serve as sequels to stories by Creator/CarlBarks (Rosa was [[PromotedFanboy a big fan of Carl's works growing up]]). "The Money Pit" is a sequel to "The Trouble With Dimes", "Return to Plain Awful" is a sequel to "Lost in the Andes", and so on.[[/folder]]




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17th Jul '17 4:48:53 AM Nazetrime
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* ''ComicBook/{{Noob}}'': In comic 5, Sparadrap turns out be a GeniusDitz at fluxball, the FictionalSport that has been added to the setting of the fictional {{MMORPG}} everyone is playing. This results in the titular guild winning a tournament of the sport that had been organized to promote the new activity. Starting Comic 6, the story turns to its own retelling of the franchise's, MythArc, in which fluxball plays absolutely no role. In Comic 12, that happens during a time period other media of the franchise skipped over, the Noob guild goes to Japan to participate in an international fluxball tournament due to technically being the top team in France after the events of comic 5.
26th Jun '17 5:43:36 AM CaptainTedium
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* ''WesternAnimation/BuzzLightyearOfStarCommand'' had an episode called "Strange Invasion", which had Team Lightyear end up on Roswell, a planet inhabited by [[LittleGreenMen stereotypical green-skinned and large-headed aliens]] who mistook them for a threat. The episode had a sequel in "Stranger Invasion", where the heroes returned to Roswell and had to help the inhabitants fight back against the invading forces of Evil Emperor Zurg.
19th Jun '17 1:27:02 AM NESBoy
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* ''20 Ways to Lose Your Man Card'' by [[WebVideo/MatthewSantoro Matt Santoro]] lists 20 ways to lose your man card, a symbolic representation of one's manliness. ''20 MORE Ways to Lose Your Man Card'' lists 20 more ways to lose it.

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* ''20 Ways to Lose Your Man Card'' by [[WebVideo/MatthewSantoro Matt Santoro]] lists 20 ways to lose your man card, details a symbolic representation of one's manliness. It recieved a followup called ''20 MORE Ways to Lose Your Man Card'' lists 20 more ways Card''.
* [[Music/GiIvaSunner SiIvaGunner]]'s high quality "[[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kKKOsq-SglU Main Theme - Ubisoft E3 Conference 2016]]" rip is mostly him ranting about the lack of ''VideoGame/BeyondGoodAndEvil2'' in Creator/{{Ubisoft}}'s [[UsefulNotes/ElectronicEntertainmentExpo E3]] conference that year. The following year, his "[[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0MzGCXpXUn0 Main Theme - Ubisoft E3 Conference 2017]]" rip has him travel
to lose it.2017 (when [[VideoGame/KirbyPlanetRobobot Max Profitt Haltmann]] [[ItsALongStory has taken over his channel while he's asleep]]) to discover that Ubisoft is indeed making the game.
14th Jun '17 8:46:53 PM MagnusForce
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* The ''WesternAnimation/MyLifeAsATeenageRobot'' episode "Raggedy Android" is about Dr. Wakeman making a suit that could disguise [[RidiculouslyHumanRobot Jenny]] as a human, but [[FlawedPrototype doing such a rushed job]] that people were far more scared of it than Jenny. "Return of Raggedy Android" centered on a newer version of the Exo-Suit that actually worked [[GoneHorriblyRight and far too well]]. The latter had a SequelHook for ''another'' possible SequelEpisode (the Exo-Suit was still alive and took Mr. Mesmer as a new host) [[WhatHappenedToTheMouse which was never resolved on-screen]] (though Mr. Mesmer was later shown to be fine, implying it was dealt with offscreen)[[note]]there actually was a plan for a third episode, in which the Exo-Suit kidnaps Brad and threatens to kill him if Jenny does not surrender herself to its control,
but Nickelodeon excutives rejected it for being too disturbing[[/note]].

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* The ''WesternAnimation/MyLifeAsATeenageRobot'' episode "Raggedy Android" is about Dr. Wakeman making a suit that could disguise [[RidiculouslyHumanRobot Jenny]] as a human, but [[FlawedPrototype doing such a rushed job]] that people were far more scared of it than Jenny. "Return of Raggedy Android" centered on a newer version of the Exo-Suit that actually worked [[GoneHorriblyRight and far too well]]. The latter had a SequelHook for ''another'' possible SequelEpisode (the Exo-Suit was still alive and took Mr. Mesmer as a new host) [[WhatHappenedToTheMouse which was never resolved on-screen]] (though Mr. Mesmer was later shown to be fine, implying it was dealt with offscreen)[[note]]there actually was a plan for a third episode, in which the Exo-Suit kidnaps Brad and threatens to kill him if Jenny does not surrender herself to its control,
control but Nickelodeon excutives executives rejected it for being too disturbing[[/note]].
14th Jun '17 8:45:23 PM MagnusForce
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* The ''WesternAnimation/MyLifeAsATeenageRobot'' episode "Raggedy Android" is about Dr. Wakeman making a suit that could disguise [[RidiculouslyHumanRobot Jenny]] as a human, but [[FlawedPrototype doing such a rushed job]] that people were far more scared of it than Jenny. "Return of Raggedy Android" centered on a newer version of the Exo-Suit that actually worked [[GoneHorriblyRight and far too well]]. The latter had a SequelHook for ''another'' possible SequelEpisode (the Exo-Suit was still alive and took Mr. Mesmer as a new host) [[WhatHappenedToTheMouse which was never resolved on-screen]] (though Mr. Mesmer was later shown to be fine, implying it was dealt with offscreen).

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* The ''WesternAnimation/MyLifeAsATeenageRobot'' episode "Raggedy Android" is about Dr. Wakeman making a suit that could disguise [[RidiculouslyHumanRobot Jenny]] as a human, but [[FlawedPrototype doing such a rushed job]] that people were far more scared of it than Jenny. "Return of Raggedy Android" centered on a newer version of the Exo-Suit that actually worked [[GoneHorriblyRight and far too well]]. The latter had a SequelHook for ''another'' possible SequelEpisode (the Exo-Suit was still alive and took Mr. Mesmer as a new host) [[WhatHappenedToTheMouse which was never resolved on-screen]] (though Mr. Mesmer was later shown to be fine, implying it was dealt with offscreen).offscreen)[[note]]there actually was a plan for a third episode, in which the Exo-Suit kidnaps Brad and threatens to kill him if Jenny does not surrender herself to its control,
but Nickelodeon excutives rejected it for being too disturbing[[/note]].



** "Atomic Detention" ends with Joey and AP accidentally driving Joey's [[Apathetic ApatheticTeacher]] SadistTeacher Ms. Erlenmeyer into madness and supervillainy [[ItMakesSenseInContext and she ascends a portal into another dimension.]] It was seemingly forgotten for the next while, until "Erlenmeyer's Revenge", where Ms. Erlenmeyer returns to Joey's school, revealing that she has been transformed into the psychic Queen Mindbender by a malevolent alien entity from the dimension she entered.

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** "Atomic Detention" ends with Joey and AP accidentally driving Joey's [[Apathetic ApatheticTeacher]] [[ApatheticTeacher Apathetic]] SadistTeacher Ms. Erlenmeyer into madness and supervillainy [[ItMakesSenseInContext into madness and supervillainy, and she ascends a portal into another dimension.]] It was seemingly forgotten for the next while, until "Erlenmeyer's Revenge", where Ms. Erlenmeyer returns to Joey's school, revealing that she has been transformed into the psychic Queen Mindbender by a malevolent alien entity from the dimension she entered.



** "Lacer Takes Over" is a sequel to "These Shoes", as it turns out the malicious A.I. of the [[TrickedOutShoes Lacer Hypertops]] has survived the destruction of its body to continue its scheme to lead machinekind in overthrowing humanity by finding a new body.

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** "Lacer Takes Over" is a sequel to "These Shoes", as it turns out the malicious A.I. of the [[TrickedOutShoes Lacer Hypertops]] has survived the destruction of its body to continue its scheme to lead machinekind in overthrowing humanity by finding and find itself a new body.
14th Jun '17 8:39:39 PM MagnusForce
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* ''WesternAnimation/AtomicPuppet'' does this a fair bit.
** "Atomic Detention" ends with Joey and AP accidentally driving Joey's [[Apathetic ApatheticTeacher]] SadistTeacher Ms. Erlenmeyer into madness and supervillainy [[ItMakesSenseInContext and she ascends a portal into another dimension.]] It was seemingly forgotten for the next while, until "Erlenmeyer's Revenge", where Ms. Erlenmeyer returns to Joey's school, revealing that she has been transformed into the psychic Queen Mindbender by a malevolent alien entity from the dimension she entered.
** "Tick'D Off" picks up immediately after "Survival of the Feltest" with Joey, his dad, and AP coming back home from their camping trip, and Joey finding that a tick from the campsite has embedded into his neck and it becomes sentient when Joey and AP power up.
** "Monster Truck Invasion" sees the return of Zorp, the leader of the aliens from "Pizza Planet", in a new scheme ToServeMan. Then the episode ends with Zorp finding an astronaut chimp, which leads to the plot of "Buck Monkey".
** "Lacer Takes Over" is a sequel to "These Shoes", as it turns out the malicious A.I. of the [[TrickedOutShoes Lacer Hypertops]] has survived the destruction of its body to continue its scheme to lead machinekind in overthrowing humanity by finding a new body.
9th Jun '17 7:02:19 AM CaptainTedium
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* ''WesternAnimation/BumpInTheNight'' featured some episodes that were continuations of older episodes.
** "It Sang from Beyond the Stars" and "Comfort Schmumfort" are both follow-ups to "Not of This Boy's Room", as they both featured the return of the alien duo Sleemoth and Gloog and alluded to Mr. Bumpy's first encounter with them.
** "Made in Japan II" serves as a sequel to the episode "Made in Japan" and focuses on the return of Little Robot.
14th May '17 5:02:29 PM MarkLungo
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* In ''WesternAnimation/TheSimpsons'' episode "[[Recap/TheSimpsonsS10E10VivaNedFlanders Viva Ned Flanders]]", Homer and Ned get married to two floozies while drunk in Las Vegas. The episode ends with Homer and Ned leaving town and their second wives behind. Three seasons later in "[[Recap/TheSimpsonsS13E7BrawlInTheFamily Brawl in the Family]]", the two women reappear, having tracked them to Springfield.

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* In ''WesternAnimation/TheSimpsons'' episode "[[Recap/TheSimpsonsS10E10VivaNedFlanders Viva Ned Flanders]]", Homer and Ned get married to two floozies while drunk in Las Vegas.UsefulNotes/LasVegas. The episode ends with Homer and Ned leaving town and their second wives behind. Three seasons later in "[[Recap/TheSimpsonsS13E7BrawlInTheFamily Brawl in the Family]]", the two women reappear, having tracked them to Springfield.
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