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14th Apr '17 3:59:50 PM Az_Tech341
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* ''Webcomic/CtrlAltDel'' had a mini-arc in which the female lead Lihah becomes pregnant [[ConvenientMiscarriage only to have a miscarriage]]. Yes, this is the same comic in which the main character built a wacky human-hating robot out of an Xbox and who was once crowned the King of Gaming after an evil company that wanted to exploit the fictional gamer holiday of "Winter-een-mas". As a result, readers found it [[{{Narm}} hard to take the comic in which the miscarriage happened seriously]], and it is now a [[MemeticMutation full-blown meme]].

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* ''Webcomic/CtrlAltDel'' had a mini-arc in which the female lead Lihah becomes pregnant [[ConvenientMiscarriage only to have a miscarriage]]. Yes, this is the same comic in which the main character built a wacky human-hating robot out of an Xbox and who was once crowned the King of Gaming after an evil company that wanted to exploit the fictional gamer holiday of "Winter-een-mas". As a result, readers found it [[{{Narm}} hard to take the comic in which the miscarriage happened seriously]], and it is now a [[MemeticMutation full-blown meme]].
14th Apr '17 6:16:27 AM pointycatears
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* ''Webcomic/CtrlAltDel'' had a mini-arc in which the female lead Lihah becomes pregnant [[ConvenientMiscarriage only to have a miscarriage]]. Yes, this is the same comic in which the main character built a wacky human-hating robot out of an Xbox and who was once crowned the King of Gaming after an evil company that wanted to exploit the fictional gamer holiday of "Winter-een-mas".

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* ''Webcomic/CtrlAltDel'' had a mini-arc in which the female lead Lihah becomes pregnant [[ConvenientMiscarriage only to have a miscarriage]]. Yes, this is the same comic in which the main character built a wacky human-hating robot out of an Xbox and who was once crowned the King of Gaming after an evil company that wanted to exploit the fictional gamer holiday of "Winter-een-mas". As a result, readers found it [[{{Narm}} hard to take the comic in which the miscarriage happened seriously]], and it is now a [[MemeticMutation full-blown meme]].
28th Mar '17 3:39:52 PM Az_Tech341
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* ''VideoGame/CrushCrush'' is an over the top parody of dating sims full of humor, slapstick and romance. Then, out of nowhere, [[spoiler:an EldritchAbomination invades and begins destroying the world bit by bit. The only way to stop it is for either you or one of the girls you've romanced to essentially commit suicide.]]
28th Mar '17 12:53:09 PM SomeNewGuy
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* ''VideoGame/CrushCrush'' is an over the top parody of dating sims full of humor, slapstick and romance. Then, out of nowhere, [[spoiler:an EldritchAbomination invades and begins destroying the world bit by bit. The only way to stop it is for either you or one of the girls you've romanced to essentially commit suicide.]]
22nd Mar '17 11:23:20 PM Az_Tech341
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* ''Literature/TheWinterQueen'' has an ending that may or may not have been stolen from ''Literature/OnHerMajestysSecretService''. Lady Astair lets Fandorin escape from her suicide bomb after Fandorin promises not to hunt down the members of her Azazel secret society. But the Moscow police start hunting down Azazel members, with Fandorin being involved against his will. The book seems to be ending happily, with Fandorin having solved the mystery and getting married to his beloved Elizaveta. However, the remnants of the Azazel group get their revenge in the last two pages, via a bomb that fails to kill Fandorin but does kill his wife.

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* ''Literature/TheWinterQueen'' has an ending that may or may not have been stolen from ''Literature/OnHerMajestysSecretService''. Lady Astair lets letting Fandorin escape from her suicide bomb after Fandorin promises not to hunt down the members of her Azazel secret society. But the Moscow police start hunting down Azazel members, with Fandorin being involved against his will. The book seems to be ending happily, with Fandorin having solved the mystery and getting married to his beloved Elizaveta. However, the remnants of the Azazel group get their revenge in the last two pages, via a bomb that fails to kill Fandorin but does kill his wife.
22nd Mar '17 5:57:12 PM jamespolk
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* ''Literature/TheWinterQueen'' has an ending that may or may not have been stolen from ''Literature/OnHerMajestysSecretService''. Lady Astair lets Fandorin escape from her suicide bomb after Fandorin promises not to hunt down the members of her Azazel secret society. But the Moscow police start hunting down Azazel members, with Fandorin being involved against his will. The book seems to be ending happily, with Fandorin having solved the mystery and getting married to his beloved Elizaveta. However, the remnants of the Azazel group get their revenge in the last two pages, via a bomb that fails to kill Fandorin but does kill his wife.
11th Mar '17 10:06:59 PM 64SuperNintendo
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* If any episode of ''WesternAnimation/TheSimpsons'' has any character change in a positive way or gain something nice, and they keep it near the end of the episode -- [[YankTheDogsChain expect it be suddenly yanked away]] soon afterward. [[StatusQuoIsGod The Status Quo]] ''must be preserved''. That being said, there were only a few notable exceptions: [[spoiler:Barney recovering from his alcoholism (although the writers eventually undid this), Lisa telling Homer that she'll never be happy with her body image (though the whole thing about Lisa being insecure with her body hasn't been mentioned since that episode), and Milhouse's parents staying divorced (though they did get remarried in "Little Orphan Millie,")]].
* ''WesternAnimation/DrawnTogether'' ends with [[spoiler:one of the main characters dying a brutal, [[TearJerker tragic]] death, and then ''reality itself'' being {{Retgone}}d due to Spanky's idiocy.]]

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* If any episode of ''WesternAnimation/TheSimpsons'' has any character change in a positive way or gain something nice, and they keep it near the end of the episode -- [[YankTheDogsChain expect it be suddenly yanked away]] soon afterward. [[StatusQuoIsGod The Status Quo]] ''must be preserved''. That being said, there were only a few notable exceptions: [[spoiler:Barney recovering from his alcoholism (although the writers eventually undid this), Lisa telling Homer that she'll never be happy with her body image (though the whole thing about Lisa being insecure with her body hasn't been mentioned since that episode), and Milhouse's parents staying divorced (though they did get remarried in "Little Orphan Millie,")]].
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* ''WesternAnimation/DrawnTogether'' ends with [[spoiler:one of the main characters dying a brutal, [[TearJerker tragic]] death, and then ''reality itself'' being {{Retgone}}d {{RetGone}}d due to Spanky's idiocy.]]
11th Mar '17 10:06:03 PM 64SuperNintendo
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* ''VideoGame/FantasyZone'' is a weird and silly CuteEmUp that involves a sentient space ship called Opa-Opa who has to stop the planet Menon from stealing other planet's money to build a giant army and find out who is responsible by shooting cute, bizarre looking enemies. In the end, it turns out that [[spoiler: [[LukeIAmYourFather Opa-Opa's long lost dad is responsible]], and Opa kills him and saves the Fantasy Zone, but wonders if it was worth it.]] The end, [[NewGamePlus begin a new loop.]]

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* ''VideoGame/FantasyZone'' is a weird and silly CuteEmUp that involves a sentient space ship called Opa-Opa who has to stop the planet Menon from stealing other planet's money to build a giant army and find out who is responsible by shooting cute, bizarre looking enemies. In the end, it turns out that [[spoiler: [[LukeIAmYourFather Opa-Opa's long lost long-lost dad is responsible]], and Opa kills him and saves the Fantasy Zone, but wonders if it was worth it.]] The end, [[NewGamePlus begin a new loop.]]
4th Feb '17 1:23:11 PM Eddy1215
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* Publicity for the last ever episode of largely light-hearted series ''Series/{{Lovejoy}}'' focused on the return of WillTheyOrWontThey love interest Lady Jane and Lovejoy's wedding to ReplacementLoveInterest Charlotte. Instead, the VillainOfTheWeek kidnaps Lovejoy on the way to the wedding as revenge for foiling his plot and Charlotte refuses to believe it, thinks she's been jilted, and takes a job away from the area. What's more, Lovejoy's other two friends also take jobs away from the area and he's effectively evicted from his home/shop. The final scene of him packing his things into the back of his truck and driving off alone is actually quite depressing.

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* Publicity for the last ever episode of largely light-hearted series ''Series/{{Lovejoy}}'' focused on the return of WillTheyOrWontThey love interest Lady Jane and Lovejoy's wedding to ReplacementLoveInterest Charlotte. Instead, the VillainOfTheWeek kidnaps Lovejoy on the way to the wedding as revenge for foiling his plot and [[CassandraTruth Charlotte refuses refuses]] [[YouHaveToBelieveMe to believe it, it]], [[RunawayBride thinks she's been jilted, jilted]], and takes a job away from the area. What's more, Lovejoy's other two friends also take jobs away from the area and he's effectively evicted from his home/shop. The final scene of him packing his things into the back of his truck and driving off alone is actually quite depressing.
31st Jan '17 12:30:00 AM Az_Tech341
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* ''File/PayItForward'': The "pay it forward" movement is taking off, the bitter teacher is reaching out to people, the mother is starting to become happy, and in the final scene, [[spoiler:the kid dies after being beaten up by some bullies]].
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