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27th Apr '16 2:37:10 PM Monolaf317
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* In ''UruseiYatsura'', young Ten is persecuted by kindergarten {{Yandere}} Mako, who wants him as her boyfriend. In one instance, she tells him about her imminent journey to someplace far away for a long time, which sends Ten into giddy happiness. However, being in kindergarten, Mako simply meant that she would be going to school. A few hours later, she's back and Ten is in shock and despair.

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* In ''UruseiYatsura'', young Ten is persecuted by kindergarten kindergartener {{Yandere}} Mako, who wants him as her boyfriend. In one instance, she tells him about her imminent journey to someplace far away for a long time, [[AndThereWasMuchRejoicing which sends Ten into giddy happiness.happiness]]. However, being in kindergarten, Mako simply meant that she would be going to school. A few hours later, she's back and Ten is in shock and despair.
27th Apr '16 12:46:40 PM Monolaf317
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* ''WesternAnimation/{{Rugrats}}'' had Angelica's family moving after her mom got a promotion at work. At first the babies are thrilled that Angelica won't be around to bully them anymore until Tommy mentions that it was because of Angelica's bullying that they all became friends in the first place. After a {{Whole Episode Flashback}} of their first meeting, the babies becomed saddened by Angelica leaving, including Angelica herself (who overheard the whole thing) and [[JerkWithAHeartofGold wishes she could've been nicer to them.]] The episode ends with Charlotte being passed over for the promotion, and the babies happy that Angelica won't be moving after all...much to Angelica's dismay.

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* ''WesternAnimation/{{Rugrats}}'' had Angelica's family moving after her mom got a promotion at work. At first [[AndThereWasMuchRejoicing the babies are thrilled that Angelica won't be around to bully them anymore anymore]] until Tommy mentions that it was because of Angelica's bullying that they all became friends in the first place. After a {{Whole Episode Flashback}} of their first meeting, the babies becomed saddened by Angelica leaving, including Angelica herself (who overheard the whole thing) and [[JerkWithAHeartofGold wishes she could've been nicer to them.]] The episode ends with Charlotte being passed over for the promotion, and the babies happy that Angelica won't be moving after all...much to Angelica's dismay.
27th Apr '16 5:38:29 AM Monolaf317
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A plotline, seen in some children's cartoons, where the main character's best buddy overhears his parents saying that he's moving, thinking that he or she is actually moving to another town. As a result, the subject says goodbye to everyone and makes everyone miss the subject (don't expect anyone ''not'' to miss them and/or [[AndThereWasMuchRejoicing actually celebrate the departure.]]). Sometimes the subject even runs away from home to stay with his friends. However, the person actually finds out that he or she's actually moving to another room, resulting in a happy SnapBack ending. Alternatively, they may just be moving across the street or may not actually be moving anywhere at all, but the point is that the characters get the idea in their heads that someone is moving to another town, but they're not.

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A plotline, seen in some children's cartoons, where the main character's best buddy overhears his parents saying that he's moving, thinking that he or she is actually moving to another town. As a result, the subject says goodbye to everyone and makes everyone miss the subject (don't expect anyone ''not'' to miss them and/or [[AndThereWasMuchRejoicing actually celebrate celebrate]] [[SoLongSuckers the departure.]]).departure]]). Sometimes the subject even runs away from home to stay with his friends. However, the person actually finds out that he or she's actually moving to another room, resulting in a happy SnapBack ending. Alternatively, they may just be moving across the street or may not actually be moving anywhere at all, but the point is that the characters get the idea in their heads that someone is moving to another town, but they're not.
26th Apr '16 2:21:15 PM Monolaf317
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A plotline, seen in some children's cartoons, where the main character's best buddy overhears his parents saying that he's moving, thinking that he or she is actually moving to another town. As a result, the subject says goodbye to everyone and makes everyone miss the subject. Sometimes the subject even runs away from home to stay with his friends. However, the person actually finds out that he or she's actually moving to another room, resulting in a happy SnapBack ending. Alternatively, they may just be moving across the street or may not actually be moving anywhere at all, but the point is that the characters get the idea in their heads that someone is moving to another town, but they're not.

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A plotline, seen in some children's cartoons, where the main character's best buddy overhears his parents saying that he's moving, thinking that he or she is actually moving to another town. As a result, the subject says goodbye to everyone and makes everyone miss the subject.subject (don't expect anyone ''not'' to miss them and/or [[AndThereWasMuchRejoicing actually celebrate the departure.]]). Sometimes the subject even runs away from home to stay with his friends. However, the person actually finds out that he or she's actually moving to another room, resulting in a happy SnapBack ending. Alternatively, they may just be moving across the street or may not actually be moving anywhere at all, but the point is that the characters get the idea in their heads that someone is moving to another town, but they're not.
4th Apr '16 7:58:32 PM JMQwilleran
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* "Tiki's Moving Day" on ''WesternAnimation/EllaTheElephant'' - Ella overhears Tiki talking about having to move and how different things are going to be, so she and friends put on a parade, get her a butterfly house she's always wanted as well as books for her own library, all to try to get her to stay. It turns out Tiki's monkey is moving to another room in her house.
20th Mar '16 5:31:40 PM nombretomado
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* The ''WesternAnimation/AngryBeavers'' episode 'Pack Your Dags' where Norbert claims his beaver instincts are going to force him and Daggett to move away. After all of Dag's protesting and attempts to stop the supposedly inevitable, the episode ends with Norbert deconstructing the whole dam, only to rebuild it a mere inch to one side from where it was.

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* The ''WesternAnimation/AngryBeavers'' ''WesternAnimation/TheAngryBeavers'' episode 'Pack Your Dags' where Norbert claims his beaver instincts are going to force him and Daggett to move away. After all of Dag's protesting and attempts to stop the supposedly inevitable, the episode ends with Norbert deconstructing the whole dam, only to rebuild it a mere inch to one side from where it was.
4th Jan '16 6:56:17 AM SeptimusHeap
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* The TropeNamer is a ''LittleLulu'' cartoon that had this premise.

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* The TropeNamer is a ''LittleLulu'' ''ComicStrip/LittleLulu'' cartoon that had this premise.



* The ''{{Angry Beavers}}'' episode 'Pack Your Dags' where Norbert claims his beaver instincts are going to force him and Daggett to move away. After all of Dag's protesting and attempts to stop the supposedly inevitable, the episode ends with Norbert deconstructing the whole dam, only to rebuild it a mere inch to one side from where it was.

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* The ''{{Angry Beavers}}'' ''WesternAnimation/AngryBeavers'' episode 'Pack Your Dags' where Norbert claims his beaver instincts are going to force him and Daggett to move away. After all of Dag's protesting and attempts to stop the supposedly inevitable, the episode ends with Norbert deconstructing the whole dam, only to rebuild it a mere inch to one side from where it was.
16th Nov '15 5:48:06 PM nombretomado
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* ''{{Rugrats}}'' had Angelica's family moving after her mom got a promotion at work. At first the babies are thrilled that Angelica won't be around to bully them anymore until Tommy mentions that it was because of Angelica's bullying that they all became friends in the first place. After a {{Whole Episode Flashback}} of their first meeting, the babies becomed saddened by Angelica leaving, including Angelica herself (who overheard the whole thing) and [[JerkWithAHeartofGold wishes she could've been nicer to them.]] The episode ends with Charlotte being passed over for the promotion, and the babies happy that Angelica won't be moving after all...much to Angelica's dismay.

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* ''{{Rugrats}}'' ''WesternAnimation/{{Rugrats}}'' had Angelica's family moving after her mom got a promotion at work. At first the babies are thrilled that Angelica won't be around to bully them anymore until Tommy mentions that it was because of Angelica's bullying that they all became friends in the first place. After a {{Whole Episode Flashback}} of their first meeting, the babies becomed saddened by Angelica leaving, including Angelica herself (who overheard the whole thing) and [[JerkWithAHeartofGold wishes she could've been nicer to them.]] The episode ends with Charlotte being passed over for the promotion, and the babies happy that Angelica won't be moving after all...much to Angelica's dismay.
10th May '15 7:20:26 AM rjung
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* This trope forms part of the plot for the ''WesternAnimation/FatAlbertAndTheCosbyKids'' episode "Moving." After the gang loses a game because Fat Albert was sick, his friends vote to kick him out of the gang, but have a change of heart when they learn he's moving. Everyone makes amends, then learn that he's moving to another place at the end of the block.
18th Mar '15 8:52:58 PM nombretomado
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* In an episode of ''RocketPower'', it was Twister's older brother intentionally making him think he was being forced to move.
* In the pilot of ''EekTheCat'', Eek finds out, to his dismay, that his new girlfriend is moving. After being sad for a short time, he turns the letter over to read "P.S. I'm moving across the street."
* Was the focus in the final episode of ''{{Fosters Home For Imaginary Friends}}''.
* In ''TheWeekenders'', Tish didn't even change rooms; nor was she, herself, confused by this. However, the other main characters ''thought'' Tish was moving because Carver found a novel she'd been writing (confusingly titled "Diary"), in which the main character moves to another country at one point.
* One episode of ''BobbysWorld'' has the Generic family packing up and moving... to the other side of their cul-de-sac. Bobby even asks "AreWeThereYet" right after they depart, which his father happily affirms.
* Used ''twice'' in ''PBAndJOtter''. In the premiere story, "Bye Bye, PB&J," everyone thought that the title characters were moving, but it turned out they were just getting a new bed in their room. Then, in "Pinkie Pledge" from the final season, everyone thought that Pinch Raccoon and her family were going to move, but it turned out that it was only that her father was going to be commuting to a different town at night for his job.

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* In an episode of ''RocketPower'', ''WesternAnimation/RocketPower'', it was Twister's older brother intentionally making him think he was being forced to move.
* In the pilot of ''EekTheCat'', ''WesternAnimation/EekTheCat'', Eek finds out, to his dismay, that his new girlfriend is moving. After being sad for a short time, he turns the letter over to read "P.S. I'm moving across the street."
* Was the focus in the final episode of ''{{Fosters ''WesternAnimation/{{Fosters Home For Imaginary Friends}}''.
* In ''TheWeekenders'', ''WesternAnimation/TheWeekenders'', Tish didn't even change rooms; nor was she, herself, confused by this. However, the other main characters ''thought'' Tish was moving because Carver found a novel she'd been writing (confusingly titled "Diary"), in which the main character moves to another country at one point.
* One episode of ''BobbysWorld'' ''WesternAnimation/BobbysWorld'' has the Generic family packing up and moving... to the other side of their cul-de-sac. Bobby even asks "AreWeThereYet" right after they depart, which his father happily affirms.
* Used ''twice'' in ''PBAndJOtter''.''WesternAnimation/PBAndJOtter''. In the premiere story, "Bye Bye, PB&J," everyone thought that the title characters were moving, but it turned out they were just getting a new bed in their room. Then, in "Pinkie Pledge" from the final season, everyone thought that Pinch Raccoon and her family were going to move, but it turned out that it was only that her father was going to be commuting to a different town at night for his job.
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