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14th Apr '18 4:41:12 PM Eddy1215
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* Glossaryck from ''WesternAnimation/StarVsTheForcesOfEvil'' was originally voiced by Jeffrey Tambor. Following being destroyed in "By The Book" and revived in "Rest In Pudding", it's revealed he is now voiced by Keith David in "Conquer". Lampshaded by Star in the episode this was revealed "Is his voice different?".

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* Glossaryck from ''WesternAnimation/StarVsTheForcesOfEvil'' was originally voiced by Jeffrey Tambor. Following being destroyed in "By The Book" "Book Be Gone" and revived in "Rest In Pudding", it's revealed he is now voiced by Keith David in "Conquer". Lampshaded by Star in the episode this was revealed "Is his voice different?".
14th Apr '18 4:39:51 PM Eddy1215
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* Glossaryck from ''WesternAnimation/StarVsTheForcesOfEvil'' was originally voiced by Jeffrey Tambor. Following being destroyed in "By The Book" and revived in "Rest In Pudding", it's revealed he is now voiced by Keith David in "Conquer". Lampshaded by Star in the episode this was revealed "Is his voice different?".
13th Apr '18 1:56:56 PM RacattackForce
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* A minor example from ''WesternAnimation/StevenUniverse'', in the episode "Jungle Moon". During a dream sequence where Stevonnie and Dr. Maheswaran slowly morph into [[spoiler:Pink and Yellow Diamond, respectively]], the voice actresses for the former start doing impressions of the latter.
21st Mar '18 9:28:00 PM nombretomado
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** Alpha 6's voice chip was damaged when the Power Chamber was destroyed at the end of ''PowerRangersTurbo'', necessitating a repair that gave it a new personality, a new voice and familiar mannerisms (from TotallyRadical {{Scrappy}} to Alpha 5 {{Expy}}), also explaining away the voice actor switch from Katerina Luciani to Wendee Lee. Alpha 6 would get Other Darrined without explanation in ''Power Rangers Operation Overdrive'', where it is voiced by New Zealand-based American actor Campbell Cooley with a deeper voice than ''any'' Alpha has had before, with a flanging effect that makes him sound more like he's going for Alpha 5.

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** Alpha 6's voice chip was damaged when the Power Chamber was destroyed at the end of ''PowerRangersTurbo'', ''Series/PowerRangersTurbo'', necessitating a repair that gave it a new personality, a new voice and familiar mannerisms (from TotallyRadical {{Scrappy}} to Alpha 5 {{Expy}}), also explaining away the voice actor switch from Katerina Luciani to Wendee Lee. Alpha 6 would get Other Darrined without explanation in ''Power Rangers Operation Overdrive'', where it is voiced by New Zealand-based American actor Campbell Cooley with a deeper voice than ''any'' Alpha has had before, with a flanging effect that makes him sound more like he's going for Alpha 5.
16th Mar '18 4:36:08 AM Anicomicgeek
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* The ''WesternAnimation/Ben10Omniverse'' episode "Universe Vs. Tennyson" establishes Celestialsapiens, the source species of Alien X and a species of {{Reality Warper}}s, [[CosmicRetcon as the cause of the various redesigns]] and {{The Other Darrin}}s throughout [[Franchise/{{Ben 10}} the franchise]], with Azmuth cited as an example (going from [[Series/{{CSI}} Robert David Hall]] in [[WesternAnimation/{{Ben 10}} the original series]] and ''[[WesternAnimation/Ben10DestroyAllAliens Destroy All Aliens]]'', to Creator/JeffBennett doing an Creator/ReneAuberjonois impression in the ''[[WesternAnimation/Ben10AlienForce Alien Force]]''/''[[WesternAnimation/Ben10UltimateAlien Ultimate Alien]]'' era, to Auberjonois himself voicing Azmuth in ''Omniverse'').

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* The ''WesternAnimation/Ben10Omniverse'' episode "Universe Vs. Tennyson" establishes Celestialsapiens, the source species of Alien X and a species of {{Reality Warper}}s, [[CosmicRetcon as the cause of the various redesigns]] and {{The Other Darrin}}s throughout [[Franchise/{{Ben 10}} the franchise]], with Azmuth cited as an example (going from [[Series/{{CSI}} Robert David Hall]] in [[WesternAnimation/{{Ben 10}} ''[[WesternAnimation/Ben10SecretOfTheOmnitrix Secret of the original series]] Omnitrix]]'' and ''[[WesternAnimation/Ben10DestroyAllAliens Destroy All Aliens]]'', to Creator/JeffBennett doing an a Creator/ReneAuberjonois impression in the ''[[WesternAnimation/Ben10AlienForce Alien Force]]''/''[[WesternAnimation/Ben10UltimateAlien Ultimate Alien]]'' era, to Auberjonois himself voicing Azmuth in ''Omniverse'').
13th Mar '18 8:37:43 PM RacattackForce
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* A minor example from ''WesternAnimation/StevenUniverse'', in the episode "Jungle Moon". During a dream sequence where Stevonnie and Dr. Maheswaran slowly morph into [[spoiler:Pink and Yellow Diamond, respectively]], the voice actresses for the former start doing impressions of the latter.
13th Mar '18 8:31:56 PM RacattackForce
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* Creator/{{Toonami}}, an action block originally on Creator/CartoonNetwork, now on Creator/AdultSwim, had robotic show host TOM 1.0, voiced by Creator/SonnyStrait, get destroyed by a massive alien blob... thing, and was replaced by TOM 2.0, voiced by Creator/SteveBlum. Subsequent versions of TOM, who's currently at version 5, and all voiced by Creator/SteveBlum, have not been explained however.

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* Creator/{{Toonami}}, an action block originally on Creator/CartoonNetwork, now on Creator/AdultSwim, had robotic show host TOM 1.0, voiced by Creator/SonnyStrait, get destroyed by a massive alien blob... thing, blob-thing during a special event, and was replaced by TOM 2.0, voiced by Creator/SteveBlum. Subsequent versions of TOM, who's currently TOM (currently at version 5, 5 and all voiced by Creator/SteveBlum, Creator/SteveBlum), have not been explained however.had their own explanations via similar on-air events and comics.
9th Mar '18 4:42:52 PM thatother1dude
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*** Though even less of an "explanation" than previous cases, Darwin's voice changing again in the sixth season occurs right when Darwin clears his throat.
6th Mar '18 11:09:27 AM VanHohenheimOfXerxes
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** Bond himself is generally not thought of as an example since the films don't explain his change in appearance. However, in the first movie where Bond's actor changed, the film begins with Bond being rejected by a woman. He then remarks "this never happened to the other fellow!" Some fans have taken this as evidence for the theory that "James Bond" is an alias passed from one 007 agent to the next. The producers of ''Film/OnHerMajestysSecretService'' did briefly consider the plastic surgery idea for Bond, but (wisely for the long run) dropped the idea. ''Film/DieAnotherDay'' was supposed to make this theory canon, but ExecutiveMeddling stopped that plan. As was ''Film/{{Skyfall}}'' until further ExecutiveMeddling nixed that idea (Creator/DanielCraig's Bond has Creator/SeanConnery's Bond car, all other agents use pseudonyms except 007). [[MindScrew Which raises more questions than it answers, really...]]

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** Bond himself is generally not thought of as considered more an example of TheOtherDarrin, since the films don't explain his change in appearance. However, in the first movie where Bond's actor changed, the film begins with Bond being rejected by a woman. He then remarks "this never happened to the other fellow!" Some fans have taken this as evidence for the theory that "James Bond" is an alias passed from one 007 agent to the next. The producers of ''Film/OnHerMajestysSecretService'' did briefly consider the plastic surgery idea for Bond, but (wisely for the long run) dropped the idea. ''Film/DieAnotherDay'' was supposed to make this theory canon, but ExecutiveMeddling stopped that plan. As was ''Film/{{Skyfall}}'' until further ExecutiveMeddling nixed that idea (Creator/DanielCraig's Bond has Creator/SeanConnery's Bond car, all other agents use pseudonyms except 007). [[MindScrew Which raises more questions than it answers, really...]]
5th Mar '18 8:35:59 PM Ferot_Dreadnaught
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* In ''Series/{{Gotham}},'' Poison Ivy is onto actor number three as of mid-season four. First, she was a teenager played by the 12-to-13-at-the-time Clare Foley, until a villain who drains people's LifeEnergy and causes RapidAging got a hand on her, not long enough to leave her as the usual ancient-looking corpse but long enough to turn her into the 28-year-old Maggie Geha.[[note]]The writers admit it's because the sex appeal that Poison Ivy is known for in the comics would be {{Squick}}y if they did it with someone so young. The {{Squick}} is not avoided for viewers, who pretty universally say that her merely ''looking'' older makes no difference![[/note]] After a season and a half as Geha, Ivy gets tired of not being taken seriously (she's pretty {{Badass}} but nowhere near the league of those who control the city's underworld) and concocts a potion to amp up her powers. It causes her to go into a giant pod, and she emerges with a power set more akin to her comics self... and yet a third face, that of Peyton List. (No, she didn't get back the years the earlier villain stole; she's not DisneyChannel's Peyton List, but an unrelated 31-year-old actress who's a familiar face at TheCW. Fans of comic adaptations will recognize her as ''Series/TheFlash2014''ís Lisa Snart/Golden Glider and ''Series/{{Smallville}}''ís Lucy Lane.)

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* In ''Series/{{Gotham}},'' Poison Ivy is onto actor number three as of mid-season four. First, she was a teenager played by the 12-to-13-at-the-time Clare Foley, until a villain who drains people's LifeEnergy and causes RapidAging got a hand on her, not long enough to leave her as the usual ancient-looking corpse but long enough to turn her into the 28-year-old Maggie Geha.[[note]]The writers admit it's because the sex appeal that Poison Ivy is known for in the comics would be {{Squick}}y if they did it with someone so young. The {{Squick}} is not avoided for viewers, who pretty universally say that her merely ''looking'' older makes no difference![[/note]] After a season and a half as Geha, Ivy gets tired of not being taken seriously (she's pretty {{Badass}} badass but nowhere near the league of those who control the city's underworld) and concocts a potion to amp up her powers. It causes her to go into a giant pod, and she emerges with a power set more akin to her comics self... and yet a third face, that of Peyton List. (No, she didn't get back the years the earlier villain stole; she's not DisneyChannel's Peyton List, but an unrelated 31-year-old actress who's a familiar face at TheCW. Fans of comic adaptations will recognize her as ''Series/TheFlash2014''ís Lisa Snart/Golden Glider and ''Series/{{Smallville}}''ís Lucy Lane.)
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