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4th May '17 8:09:40 PM JJHIL325
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** In a hilarious moment, just before the final fight with Tai Lung, Po is given a pep talk from his adoptive father -- and just when it seems Mr. Ping is about to admit that the panda is not his biological son (presumably to suggest he doesn't have to limit himself to a future in noodle-making), he instead reveals the secret ingredient of his special recipe. To clarify: the ''panda'''s adoptive father is a ''goose''. It's played for drama in [[WesternAnimation/KungFuPanda2 the sequel]], becoming one of the twin engines driving the story.
** From the same movie we have the Wu-Shi finger hold. When it's first demonstrated, we don't find out what happens when the user flexes their pinkie; all we know is that Po is ''terrified'' of the move. In the movie's climax Po uses the move on Tai-Lung (who, despite being a formerly unstoppable badass, is similarly frightened of the move and claims it is impossible for Po to pull off), and it looks like we're going to be getting answers...then the camera cuts away into the distance and all we see is a massive pulse of golden...something. When next we cut back, Tai Lung is nowhere to be seen. The move is later explained in the third movie. [[spoiler: It sends someone to the spirit realm.]]

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** In a hilarious moment, just before the final fight with Tai Lung, Po is given a pep talk from his adoptive father -- and just when it seems Mr. Ping is about to admit that the panda is not his biological son (presumably to suggest he doesn't have to limit himself to a future in noodle-making), he instead reveals the secret ingredient of his special recipe. To clarify: the ''panda'''s adoptive father is a ''goose''. It's played for drama However, in [[WesternAnimation/KungFuPanda2 the sequel]], becoming Po trying to figure out [[OrphansOrdeal how and why his birth parents abandoned him]] becomes one of the twin engines driving the story.
** From the same movie we have the Wu-Shi finger hold. When it's first demonstrated, we don't find out what happens when the user flexes their pinkie; all we know is that Po is ''terrified'' of the move. In the movie's climax Po uses the move on Tai-Lung (who, despite being a formerly unstoppable badass, is similarly frightened of the move and claims it is impossible for Po to pull off), and it looks like we're going to be getting answers...then the camera cuts away into the distance and all we see is a massive pulse of golden...something. When next we cut back, Tai Lung is nowhere to be seen. The move is later explained in In [[WesternAnimation/KungFuPanda3 the third movie. movie]], it turns out that [[spoiler: It it sends someone to the spirit realm.]]
1st May '17 6:10:39 AM ChronoLegion
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* ''Series/TheFlash2014'' episode "[[Recap/TheFlash2014S3E19TheOnceAndFutureFlash The Once and Future Flash]]" ends with Savitar removing his armor in front of [[spoiler:Killer Frost]] in order to convince [[spoiler:her]] to ally with him. We are shown the armor segments coming apart and someone stepping out, except all we see are the legs and [[spoiler:Frost]]'s reaction. Then again, a promo for the next episode implies that Barry will figure out Savitar's identity anyway, at which point Savitar will show himself to him.
17th Apr '17 7:25:55 PM meanmetalmario
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-->'''Drakken:''' Glad you asked! Funny story, not funny "ha ha", but it was a Tuesday...

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-->'''Drakken:''' Glad you asked! Funny story, story -- not funny "ha ha", but ha" -- but, it was a Tuesday...
17th Apr '17 7:23:50 PM meanmetalmario
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* Throughout ''WesternAnimation/KimPossible'', the BigBad Dr. Drakken has had blue skin and never offered an explanation. Finally, in the tag for the GrandFinale, someone asks him about his blue skin. His reply? "Funny story. Not funny 'ha-ha,' but it was Tuesday..." and then the [[UpToEleven series ends]].

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* Throughout ''WesternAnimation/KimPossible'', the BigBad no information was ever given about why Dr. Drakken has had blue Drakken's [[AmazingTechnicolorPopulation skin and never offered an explanation. Finally, in is blue]], except for a few flashbacks showing that it wasn't always that way. In TheTag at the tag for end of the GrandFinale, someone he's sitting in a [[BadGuyBar Bad Guy Coffee Shop]], where Professor Dementor asks him about how his blue skin. His reply? "Funny story. Not funny 'ha-ha,' skin turned blue. He starts to explain, but it was Tuesday..." and then the is cut off by [[UpToEleven series ends]].the entire show ending forever]].
-->'''Drakken:''' Glad you asked! Funny story, not funny "ha ha", but it was a Tuesday...
17th Apr '17 8:52:26 AM Antronach
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* In ''VideoGame/JakAndDaxterThePrecursorLegacy'' getting every Power Cell before or after you defeat the BigBadDuumvirate lets you watch a cutscene where the gang unlock a giant Precursor vault, but all we see are their awestruck reactions and the game cuts to the credits before we see what's behind it.

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* In ''VideoGame/JakAndDaxterThePrecursorLegacy'' getting every Power Cell before or after you defeat the BigBadDuumvirate lets you watch a cutscene where the gang unlock unlocks a giant Precursor vault, but all we see are their awestruck reactions and the game cuts to the credits before we see what's behind it.it.
* The Kalm flashback in ''VideoGame/FinalFantasyVII'' ends this way. It's set up as [[TheReveal]], especially after what happened at Shinra tower, but the story ends on a cliffhanger right before Cloud attacks Sephiroth. This actually upsets Barret and Aerith with them demanding an actual ending, only for Cloud to say that he doesn't remember what happened afterward.
11th Apr '17 1:29:22 PM Gosicrystal
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** The ''VideoGame/{{Halo 3}}'' Starry Night trailer features a first-person view of an unmasked Chief reaching for his helmet. Fans went over stills with a fine-toothed comb, hoping to catch the Chief's face reflected in the visor, [[TheDevTeamThinksOfEverything but the helmet is tilted at just the wrong angle to see anything]].

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** The ''VideoGame/{{Halo 3}}'' Starry Night trailer features a first-person view of an unmasked Chief reaching for his helmet. Fans went over stills with a fine-toothed comb, hoping to catch the Chief's face reflected in the visor, [[TheDevTeamThinksOfEverything [[DevelopersForesight but the helmet is tilted at just the wrong angle to see anything]].
11th Apr '17 12:50:28 PM Gosicrystal
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** [[TheFaceless Master Chief]] takes off his helmet at the end of ''VideoGame/HaloCombatEvolved'' just in time for the cockpit of his ship to obscure his face as the camera pans upwards. However, in the PC version it's possible to take control of the camera. Leaving it in the ship results in MC revealing [[spoiler:[[TheDevTeamThinksOfEverything his head to be graphically represented with another helmet]]]], like [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EAOo8nE8_Jg this]].

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** [[TheFaceless Master Chief]] takes off his helmet at the end of ''VideoGame/HaloCombatEvolved'' just in time for the cockpit of his ship to obscure his face as the camera pans upwards. However, in the PC version it's possible to take control of the camera. Leaving it in the ship results in MC revealing [[spoiler:[[TheDevTeamThinksOfEverything [[spoiler:[[DevelopersForesight his head to be graphically represented with another helmet]]]], like [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EAOo8nE8_Jg this]].
9th Apr '17 11:42:41 AM Divra
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** Is the PlayerCharacter ''really'' the reincarnation of Nerevar and TheChosenOne of prophecy? Or is he/she merely a convenient pawn of Azura? Again, no definitive answer is ever given.

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** Is the PlayerCharacter ''really'' the reincarnation of Nerevar and TheChosenOne of prophecy? Or is he/she merely a convenient pawn of Azura? Or has the PlayerCharacter, by fulfilling the conditions in the prophecy, ''become'' the Nerevarine? Again, no definitive answer is ever given.
5th Apr '17 2:26:05 PM vifetoile
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** The very first episode picks up where [[WesternAnimation/TheLegendOfAang the last series]] left off, with Jinora asking Katara "What happened to Zuko's mom?" Katara slowly tells her granddaughter that that's a ''fascinating'' story, and it involves... and then Ikki interrupts, and viewers have to wait for a comic for the answers.

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** The very first episode picks up where [[WesternAnimation/TheLegendOfAang [[WesternAnimation/AvatarTheLastAirbender the last series]] left off, with Jinora asking Katara "What happened to Zuko's mom?" Katara slowly tells her granddaughter that that's a ''fascinating'' story, and it involves... and then Ikki interrupts, and viewers have to wait for a comic for the answers.
5th Apr '17 1:30:22 PM vifetoile
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** The very first episode picks up where [[WesternAnimation/TheLegendOfAang the last series]] left off, with Jinora asking Katara "What happened to Zuko's mom?" Katara slowly tells her granddaughter that that's a ''fascinating'' story, and it involves... and then Ikki interrupts, and viewers have to wait for a comic for the answers.
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