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18th Jul '17 4:52:40 PM nmn3r3
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** [[VisualNovel/NewDanganRonpaV3 The third game]] reveals that this killing game is a TrumanShowPlot that's been going on for 53 seasons, the characters willingly signed up for it, and their [[FakeMemories memories]] and [[TomatoSurprise personalities]] have been rewritten to fill the role of standard ''Dangan Ronpa'' characters.

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** [[VisualNovel/NewDanganRonpaV3 The third game]] reveals that this killing game is [[spoiler: a TrumanShowPlot that's been going on for 53 seasons, the characters willingly signed up for it, and their [[FakeMemories memories]] and [[TomatoSurprise personalities]] have been rewritten to fill the role of standard ''Dangan Ronpa'' characters.]]
18th Jul '17 4:51:52 PM nmn3r3
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* Both ''VisualNovel/DanganRonpa'' and ''VisualNovel/SuperDanganRonpa2'' save some earth-shattering revelations about both the game and the state of the world for the very last chapter and trial. The first reveals that the game takes place AfterTheEnd, where the BigBad caused [[TheEndOfTheWorldAsWeKnowIt The World's Most Despair-Inducing Event]], which reduced the entire world into a violent, anarchic hellhole, and the School Life Of Mutual Killing that the cast was forced into is meant to crush any last traces of hope left in the world. The second game reveals that not only has everything in the game taken place in a LotusEaterMachine VR simulation program, but the cast are actually [[TheRemnant The Remnants of Despair]], brainwashed followers of the BigBad from the previous game, who the survivors from the first game were trying to rehabilitate before the main character of the second game snuck a virus modeled after the BigBad into the program, whereupon she hijacked it to fulfill her own goals.

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* Both ''VisualNovel/DanganRonpa'' and ''VisualNovel/SuperDanganRonpa2'' It's standard practice for a ''Franchise/DanganRonpa'' game to save some earth-shattering revelations about both the game itself and the state of the world for the very last chapter and trial. trial.
** [[VisualNovel/DanganRonpa
The first game]] reveals that the game takes place AfterTheEnd, where the BigBad caused [[TheEndOfTheWorldAsWeKnowIt The World's Most Despair-Inducing Event]], which reduced the entire world into a violent, anarchic hellhole, and the School Life Of Mutual Killing that the cast was forced into is meant to crush any last traces of hope left in the world. world.
** [[VisualNovel/SuperDanganRonpa2
The second game game]] reveals that not only has everything in the game taken place in a LotusEaterMachine VR simulation program, but the cast are actually [[TheRemnant The Remnants of Despair]], brainwashed followers of the BigBad from the previous game, who the survivors from the first game were trying to rehabilitate before the SuperpoweredEvilSide of the main character of the second game snuck a virus modeled after the BigBad into the program, whereupon she hijacked it to fulfill her own goals.goals.
** [[VisualNovel/NewDanganRonpaV3 The third game]] reveals that this killing game is a TrumanShowPlot that's been going on for 53 seasons, the characters willingly signed up for it, and their [[FakeMemories memories]] and [[TomatoSurprise personalities]] have been rewritten to fill the role of standard ''Dangan Ronpa'' characters.
13th Jul '17 6:48:43 AM moloch
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* Almost every episode of ''Series/{{Hustle}}'' ends with the revelation that the main characters were in complete control of the situation, even though it seemed that they were completely doomed. The best example was the episode in which ''they'' were being conned, which revealed at the end that not only were they aware they were being conned, they had been aware ''before the episode had even started''.

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* Almost every episode of ''Series/{{Hustle}}'' ends with the revelation that the main characters were in complete control of the situation, even though it seemed that they were completely doomed. The best example was the episode in which ''they'' were being conned, which revealed at the end that not only were they aware they were being conned, they had been aware ''before the episode had even started''. Of course, being a show about conmen, very, ''very'' occasionally, the exact opposite would happen, and the team would never even realise ''they'' were the ones who'd been played.
9th Jul '17 6:35:46 PM PrincessGwen
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* ''[[http://archiveofourown.org/works/2555438 Of a similar disposition]]'' starts as a [[{{WAFF}} W.A.F.F.-indcuing]] recorded memoir by [[Film/CaptainAmericaTheFirstAvenger Falsworth]] to be kept confined to the highest levels of SHIELD's security, in which he discusses his experiences as part of a version of the Howling Commandoes where EveryoneIsGay and Steve and Bucky were a couple. [[MoodWhiplash Then comes the]] WhamLine: [[spoiler:The interviewer is [[Film/CaptainAmericaTheWinterSoldier Alexander Pierce]], and he's going to use this information in 'managing [his] current operations'...]]

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* ''[[http://archiveofourown.org/works/2555438 Of a similar disposition]]'' starts as a [[{{WAFF}} W.A.F.F.-indcuing]] -inducing]] recorded memoir by [[Film/CaptainAmericaTheFirstAvenger Falsworth]] to be kept confined to the highest levels of SHIELD's security, in which he discusses his experiences as part of a version of the Howling Commandoes where EveryoneIsGay and Steve and Bucky were a couple. [[MoodWhiplash Then comes the]] WhamLine: [[spoiler:The interviewer is [[Film/CaptainAmericaTheWinterSoldier Alexander Pierce]], and he's going to use this information in 'managing [his] current operations'...]]



* In the online game ''[[http://www.athleticarcade.com/stripemall/ Strip 'Em All]]'', the [[http://www.athleticarcade.com/stripemall/walkthru-pragmatikern.html fifth puzzle/comic strip]] initially appears to be about a fat blond girl and her dark-haired PoisonousFriend who secretly loathes her and callously goads her into overdosing on her medication for no conceivable reason other than her sheer disgust of the blond girl. Then the final set of panels reveals that this "friend" [[ImaginaryFriend existed only in the mind of the blond girl]], which adds a whole new dimension to their interactions.

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* In the online game ''[[http://www.athleticarcade.com/stripemall/ Strip 'Em All]]'', the [[http://www.athleticarcade.com/stripemall/walkthru-pragmatikern.html fifth puzzle/comic strip]] initially appears to be about a fat blond girl and her dark-haired PoisonousFriend who secretly loathes her and callously goads her into overdosing on her medication for no conceivable reason other than her sheer disgust of the blond girl. Then the final set of panels reveals that this "friend" [[ImaginaryFriend existed only in the mind of the blond blonde girl]], which adds a whole new dimension to their interactions.



* The GrandFinale of ''WesternAnimation/SamuraiJack'' [[spoiler: does this to the ''first'' episode, where the battle concluded with Aku flinging the hero through a time portal into a BadFuture "where my evil is law." Aku said, at the end of that episode, "We will meet again, Samurai, but next time you will not be so fortunate". Well, he was only ''too'' right on that first claim, but dead wrong on the second. The events of the Finale cause Jack to return only ''seconds'' later, and Aku can only shout that, [[{{Irony}} "you're back]] ''[[{{Irony}} already??"]]'' and with Jack having ''fifty years'' [[VillainForgotToLevelGrind more experience]] under his belt [[YearOutsideHourInside due to the difference in time]], the villain is crushed.]]

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* The GrandFinale of ''WesternAnimation/SamuraiJack'' [[spoiler: does [[spoiler:does this to the ''first'' episode, where the battle concluded with Aku flinging the hero through a time portal into a BadFuture "where my evil is law." Aku said, at the end of that episode, "We will meet again, Samurai, but next time you will not be so fortunate". Well, he was only ''too'' right on that first claim, but dead wrong on the second. The events of the Finale cause Jack to return only ''seconds'' later, and Aku can only shout that, [[{{Irony}} "you're back]] ''[[{{Irony}} already??"]]'' and with Jack having ''fifty years'' [[VillainForgotToLevelGrind more experience]] under his belt [[YearOutsideHourInside due to the difference in time]], the villain is crushed.]]
9th Jun '17 11:02:12 AM Mineboot45
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* ''WesternAnimation/PoohsGrandAdventure'', is the revelation that not only did the Skullasaurus not exist, but much of the movie was actually ThroughTheEyesOfMadness, not a trope you would associate with ''Franchise/WinnieThePooh''. After Christopher Robin finds them, they panic when they hear the [[HellIsThatNoise unearthly sound of the Skullasaurus]] which had been stalking them throughout the movie. Christopher Robin just laughs and reveals that the only thing that makes a sound like that is Pooh's Stomach. After they exit the skull shaped cavern, they notice that the cave looks entirely different than it did when they entered it. Christopher Robin explains that things can seem bigger and scarier when you're alone, or afraid, or someone's hurt. In the following song, [[OnceMoreWithClarity we get to see what several of the scary locations they had been through really look like.]] And of course, there is also the revelation that Christopher Robin had just gone to school for viewers who are not literate enough know what S C H O O L actually spells.

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* ''WesternAnimation/PoohsGrandAdventure'', is the revelation that not only did the Skullasaurus not exist, but much of the movie was actually ThroughTheEyesOfMadness, not a trope you would associate with ''Franchise/WinnieThePooh''. After Christopher Robin finds them, they panic when they hear the [[HellIsThatNoise unearthly sound of the Skullasaurus]] which had been stalking them throughout the movie. Christopher Robin just laughs and reveals that the only thing that makes a sound like that is Pooh's Stomach.stomach. After they exit the skull shaped cavern, they notice that the cave looks entirely different than it did when they entered it. Christopher Robin explains that things can seem bigger and scarier when you're alone, or afraid, or someone's hurt. In the following song, [[OnceMoreWithClarity we get to see what several of the scary locations they had been through really look like.]] And of course, there is also the revelation that Christopher Robin had just gone to school for viewers who are not literate enough know what S C H O O L actually spells.
2nd Jun '17 1:05:46 PM Weirdguy149
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* The GrandFinale of ''WesternAnimation/SamuraiJack'' [[spoiler: does this to the ''first'' episode, where the battle concluded with Aku flinging the hero through a time portal into a BadFuture "where my evil is law." Aku said, at the end of that episode, "We will meet again, Samurai, but next time you will not be so lucky". Well, he was only ''too'' right on that first claim, but dead wrong on the second. The events of the Finale cause Jack to return only ''seconds'' later, and Aku can only shout that, [[{{Irony}} "you're back]] ''[[{{Irony}} this]]'' [[{{Irony}} soon??"]] and with Jack having ''fifty years'' [[VillainForgotToLevelGrind more experience]] under his belt [[YearOutsideHourInside due to the difference in time]], the villain is crushed.]]

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* The GrandFinale of ''WesternAnimation/SamuraiJack'' [[spoiler: does this to the ''first'' episode, where the battle concluded with Aku flinging the hero through a time portal into a BadFuture "where my evil is law." Aku said, at the end of that episode, "We will meet again, Samurai, but next time you will not be so lucky".fortunate". Well, he was only ''too'' right on that first claim, but dead wrong on the second. The events of the Finale cause Jack to return only ''seconds'' later, and Aku can only shout that, [[{{Irony}} "you're back]] ''[[{{Irony}} this]]'' [[{{Irony}} soon??"]] already??"]]'' and with Jack having ''fifty years'' [[VillainForgotToLevelGrind more experience]] under his belt [[YearOutsideHourInside due to the difference in time]], the villain is crushed.]]
27th May '17 9:51:49 AM AdelePotter
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* ''Literature/EverythingEverything'': [[spoiler:Madeline doesn't really have SCID]]. Once you know ''that'', previous events suddenly seem much, much worse. [[spoiler:It's especially hard not to question everything Dr. Whittier has said or done up until that point once you realize she was lying about basically everything]].
26th May '17 4:51:04 AM LadyJaneGrey
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* The GrandFinale of ''WesternAnimation/SamuraiJack'' [[spoiler: does this to the ''first'' episode, where the battle concluded with Aku flinging the hero through a time portal into a BadFuture "where my evil is law." Aku said, at the end of that episode, "We will meet again, Samurai, but next time you will not be so lucky". Well, he was only ''too'' right on that first claim, because the events of the Finale cause Jack to return only ''seconds'' later, and Aku can only shout that, [[{{Irony}} "you're back ''this'' soon??"]] and with Jack having ''fifty years'' more experience under his belt [[YearOutsideHourInside due to the difference in time]], the villain is crushed.]]

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* The GrandFinale of ''WesternAnimation/SamuraiJack'' [[spoiler: does this to the ''first'' episode, where the battle concluded with Aku flinging the hero through a time portal into a BadFuture "where my evil is law." Aku said, at the end of that episode, "We will meet again, Samurai, but next time you will not be so lucky". Well, he was only ''too'' right on that first claim, because but dead wrong on the second. The events of the Finale cause Jack to return only ''seconds'' later, and Aku can only shout that, [[{{Irony}} "you're back ''this'' back]] ''[[{{Irony}} this]]'' [[{{Irony}} soon??"]] and with Jack having ''fifty years'' [[VillainForgotToLevelGrind more experience experience]] under his belt [[YearOutsideHourInside due to the difference in time]], the villain is crushed.]]
21st May '17 9:05:03 AM LadyJaneGrey
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* The GrandFinale of ''WesternAnimation/SamuraiJack'' [[spoiler: does this to the ''first'' episode, where the battle concluded with Aku flinging the hero through a time portal into a BadFuture "where my evil is law." Aku said, at the end of that episode, "We will meet again, Samurai, but next time you will not be so lucky". Well, he was only ''too'' right on that first claim, because the events of the Finale cause Jack to return only ''seconds'' later, and Aku can only shout that, [[{{Irony}} "you're back ''this'' soon??"]] and with Jack having ''fifty years'' more experience under his belt [[YearOutsideHourInside due to the difference in time]], the villain is crushed.]]
17th May '17 3:52:15 AM Slothgirl
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* ''[[http://archiveofourown.org/works/2555438 Of a similar disposition]]'' starts as a [[{{WAFF}} W.A.F.F.-indcuing]] recorded memoir by [[Film/CaptainAmericaTheFirstAvenger Falsworth]] to be kept confined to the highest levels of SHIELD's security, in which he discusses his experiences as part of a version of the Howling Commandoes where EveryoneIsGay and Steve and Bucky were a couple. [[MoodWhiplash Then comes the]] WhamLine: [[spoiler:The interviewer is [[Film/CaptainAmericaTheWinterSoldier Alexander Pierce]], and he's going to use this information in 'managing [his] current operations'...]]
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