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18th Aug '16 5:25:25 PM thatguythatguy
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** In "Historical Friction", the characters [[ShowWithinAShow put one a play]] about the founding of Beach City. "Buddy's Book" picks up where the play's story left off. However, it stars the play's {{Deuteragonist}}, which makes it more of a SpinOff Sequel Episode.
27th Jul '16 5:27:17 PM thatguythatguy
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** "Monster Reunion" is a direct sequel to "Monster Buddies"
23rd Jul '16 2:14:02 PM thatguythatguy
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** "Open Book" is one to "Rose's Room". Both are set in the eponymous room, and both have a similar plot where Steven has to deal with the room's strange effects.
23rd Jul '16 1:52:13 PM thatguythatguy
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** "Beach City Drift" is one to "Alone Together". The plot of the former is kicked off when a character from the latter reappears, causing other characters to remember him.
23rd Jul '16 8:42:40 AM thatguythatguy
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** The first episode of season 2, "Full Disclosure", picks up directly from the ending of the season 1 finale, "The Return"/"Jail Break", as Steven tries to cope in the aftermath of the latter.

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** The first episode of season 2, "Full Disclosure", picks up directly from the ending of the season 1 finale, "The Return"/"Jail Break", as Steven tries to cope in the aftermath of the latter.w


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** "Super Watermelon Island" is not only a sequel to "Watermelon Steven", it is also part of the resolution of two separate {{Story Arc}}s. (The arcs in question are [[spoiler: Malachite and the Cluster/Peridot's redemption]].)
8th Jul '16 10:46:53 AM cookiefonster
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* In ''WesternAnimation/{{Futurama}}'' the episode "The Cryogenic Woman" is essentially a sequel to the pilot episode (showing how far Fry's come, reminding us of what his life was like before he was frozen and showing how someone might suffer for being a FishOutOfWater in his situation). They even pointed this out in the DVD commentary.

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* In ''WesternAnimation/{{Futurama}}'' the episode "The Cryogenic Cryonic Woman" is essentially a sequel to the pilot episode (showing how far Fry's come, reminding us of what his life was like before he was frozen and showing how someone might suffer for being a FishOutOfWater in his situation). They even pointed this out in the DVD commentary.
8th Jul '16 8:51:04 AM Sapphirea2
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** ''The End of Time'' picks up from [[spoiler:The Master's death]] at the end of "Last of the Time Lords".

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** ''The "The End of Time'' Time" picks up from [[spoiler:The Master's death]] at the end of "Last of the Time Lords".Lords".
** The 50th anniversary special "The Day of the Doctor" has two sequel multi-part episodes in Series 9 (which aired two years later):
*** "The Zygon Invasion"/"The Zygon Inversion" is a sequel to the B-plot, revealing what happened to the Zygons after the Doctor foiled their scheme.
*** The finale three-parter "Face the Raven"/"Heaven Sent"/"Hell Bent" is a sequel to the A-plot as [[spoiler: the Doctor returns to Gallifrey at last]]. "Face the Raven" itself doubles as a sequel to both Series 8's "Flatline", as Rigsy needs Clara and the Doctor's help once more, and "The Girl Who Died"/"The Woman Who Lived" from earlier in this season, as [[spoiler: Ashildr/Me returns]].
** Series 9 also
6th Jul '16 2:25:54 AM Adept
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* The ''{{Redwall}}'' series currently consists of several vaguely related stories that take place in the same universe. However, there are a few cases of Direct Sequels. Mattimeo was sequel to the Original book; Mossflower has a sequel in ''Legend of Luke'' and a prequel in ''Martin the Warrior'', and ''The Bellmaker'' is a direct sequel to ''Mariel of Redwall''.

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* The ''{{Redwall}}'' ''Literature/{{Redwall}}'' series currently consists of several vaguely related stories that take place in the same universe. However, there are a few cases of Direct Sequels. Mattimeo was sequel to the Original book; Mossflower has a sequel in ''Legend of Luke'' and a prequel in ''Martin the Warrior'', and ''The Bellmaker'' is a direct sequel to ''Mariel of Redwall''.



* Inverted in Creator/AgathaChristie's novels ''MurderOnTheOrientExpress'' (published 1934), ''Murder in Mesopotamia'' (published 1936) and ''DeathOnTheNile'' (published 1937), all of which take place on the holiday that Poirot takes in the Near East. The inversion is due to the fact that the stories are ''prequels'' to each other, for in Poirot's chronology, he goes down the Nile, visits Mesopotamia, and then travels on the Orient Express, the events occurring in ''reverse'' publishing order.

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* Inverted in Creator/AgathaChristie's novels ''MurderOnTheOrientExpress'' ''Literature/MurderOnTheOrientExpress'' (published 1934), ''Murder in Mesopotamia'' (published 1936) and ''DeathOnTheNile'' ''Literature/DeathOnTheNile'' (published 1937), all of which take place on the holiday that Poirot takes in the Near East. The inversion is due to the fact that the stories are ''prequels'' to each other, for in Poirot's chronology, he goes down the Nile, visits Mesopotamia, and then travels on the Orient Express, the events occurring in ''reverse'' publishing order.
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).
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