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15th Apr '16 5:43:44 AM Clare
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* ''WesternAnimation/DefendersOfTheEarth'' has "Terror in Time", in which Ming manipulates all but two of the Defenders into a time warp and sends them back to the days of King Arthur. While there, they meet Prince Valiant and help him to rescue his wife from an evil sorcerer. However, Ming's motive for sending his enemies back in time is far more nefarious than simple getting them out of the way; he has developed a [[TheSymbiote parasitic mutant life-form]] - and he has used the Defenders as pawns in his plan to send the organism back in time and destroy all life on Earth.

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* ''WesternAnimation/DefendersOfTheEarth'' has "Terror in Time", in which Ming manipulates all but two of the Defenders into a time warp and sends them back to the days of King Arthur. While there, they meet Prince Valiant and help him to rescue his wife from an evil sorcerer. However, Ming's motive for sending his enemies back in time is far more nefarious than simple simply getting them out of the way; he has developed a [[TheSymbiote parasitic mutant life-form]] - and he has used the Defenders as pawns in his plan to send the organism back in time and destroy all life on Earth.
29th Mar '16 11:49:39 AM 69BookWorM69
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* ''Series/MurdochMysteries'': The plot of "Twentieth Century Murdoch" revolves around a time machine. A man gets involved in a couple of incidents (a suicide attempt and a shooting) and claims he went to the future, saw the events and went back to intervene. He also wants to save a boy from being trampled by horses, and Constables Crabtree and Higgins later go to the street intersection and witness events unfold just as the man said they would. Soon word gets around, and people are lining up and paying for trips to the future. Murdoch is initially skeptical despite the testimony of other paying travelers, but when the scientist suggests he try the device, Murdoch takes him up on the offer. What Murdoch sees (including himself married to Julia in 1912 and an eight year old boy who introduces himself as "William Murdoch Junior") changes his mind, and he's soon closeted in his office with the scientist, with his blackboard covered in equations. It turns out [[spoiler: the machine uses electricity to make people more suggestible and they have "visions" of the future based on what the scientist tells them they're seeing]] and [[spoiler: the scientist is using the money to finance a cryogenic chamber for his half-brother Dr. Roberts, who has Huntington's disease]].
27th Jan '16 6:23:26 PM IAmNotAFunguy
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* ''WesternAnimation/TheFairlyOddParents'' had two episodes where Timmy went back in time, first to [[JerkAss keep his dad from winning a trophy]], and next to make Mr. Crocker less miserable. Both backfired horribly.

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* ''WesternAnimation/TheFairlyOddParents'' had two three episodes where Timmy went back in time, first to [[JerkAss keep his dad from winning a trophy]], and next to make Mr. Crocker less miserable. Both backfired horribly. Later on Timmy goes back in time with Cosmo and Wanda to meet some of their past god kids and messes up every kid's plan to invent something new.


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* SpongeBob and Patrick accidentally get sent back in time with Mermaid Man & Barnacle Boy and Patrick foils their plan to capture Man Ray and stop him from taking over Bikini Bottom. When they go back in time to fix things, they eed to stop Patrick from messingg it up like the first time.
23rd Jan '16 12:51:23 PM rafi
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23rd Jan '16 12:30:34 PM katrinahood
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Basically, [[ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin an episode whose plot revolves around]] [[TimeTravel time travel]]. Maybe the villain wants to [[RetGone remove the hero from history]]. Maybe the resident GadgeteerGenius wants to see the tech of the future.

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Basically, [[ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin an episode whose plot revolves around]] [[TimeTravel time travel]].travel]], whether it's to the future or to the past. Maybe the villain wants to [[RetGone remove the hero from history]]. Maybe the resident GadgeteerGenius wants to see the tech of the future.
23rd Jan '16 12:20:58 PM katrinahood
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* In the ''WesternAnimation/ThreeTwoOnePenguins'' episode "Wise Guys", the Rockhopper crew gets sent 75 years into the future via time machine malfunction. Zidgel, Midgel, and Fidgel encounter their future selves, although Zidgel is frightened by his future self.
9th Oct '15 2:02:29 AM Morgenthaler
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* ''FirstWave'' has two. Both involve the BadFuture. One has a member of post-AlienInvasion LaResistance use a time machine to save Cade's life. She succeeds and returns to her own time, hoping to find it changed for the better. In another, Cade is the one who travels to the future, where he finds his own future self, who has become an embittered man regretting his decision to [[spoiler:let Jordan die]] in order to get the [[spoiler:MacGuffin Hammer]], especially since this somehow rendered the Hammer insert. In the end, Cade [[TakeAThirdOption Takes a Third Option]]: he gets the Hammer and uses it to [[spoiler:free Jordan from Mabus's [[GrandTheftMe control]]]].

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* ''FirstWave'' ''Series/FirstWave'' has two. Both involve the BadFuture. One has a member of post-AlienInvasion LaResistance use a time machine to save Cade's life. She succeeds and returns to her own time, hoping to find it changed for the better. In another, Cade is the one who travels to the future, where he finds his own future self, who has become an embittered man regretting his decision to [[spoiler:let Jordan die]] in order to get the [[spoiler:MacGuffin Hammer]], especially since this somehow rendered the Hammer insert. In the end, Cade [[TakeAThirdOption Takes a Third Option]]: he gets the Hammer and uses it to [[spoiler:free Jordan from Mabus's [[GrandTheftMe control]]]].
3rd Aug '15 5:17:32 AM Clare
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* ''WesternAnimation/DefendersOfTheEarth'' has "Terror in Time", in which Ming manipulates all but two of the Defenders into a time warp and sends them back to the days of King Arthur. While there, they meet Prince Valiant and help him to rescue his wife from an evil sorcerer. Of course, Ming's motive for sending his enemies back in time is far more nefarious than simple getting them out of the way; he has developed a [[TheSymbiote parasitic mutant life-form]] whose sole purpose is to wipe out all life on Earth - and he has used the Defenders as pawns in his plan.

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* ''WesternAnimation/DefendersOfTheEarth'' has "Terror in Time", in which Ming manipulates all but two of the Defenders into a time warp and sends them back to the days of King Arthur. While there, they meet Prince Valiant and help him to rescue his wife from an evil sorcerer. Of course, However, Ming's motive for sending his enemies back in time is far more nefarious than simple getting them out of the way; he has developed a [[TheSymbiote parasitic mutant life-form]] whose sole purpose is to wipe out all life on Earth - and he has used the Defenders as pawns in his plan.plan to send the organism back in time and destroy all life on Earth.
1st Aug '15 5:48:48 AM Clare
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* ''WesternAnimation/DefendersOfTheEarth'' has "Terror in Time", in which Ming manipulates all but two of the Defenders into a time warp and sends them back to the days of King Arthur. While there, they meet Prince Valiant and help him to rescue his wife from an evil sorcerer. Of course, Ming's motive for sending his enemies back in time is far more nefarious than simple getting them out of the way; he has developed a [[TheSymbiote parasitic mutant life-form]] whose sole purpose is to wipe out all life on Earth - and he has used the Defenders as pawns in his plan.
16th May '15 8:31:03 AM ShinyTsukkomi
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* PhineasAndFerb has had two-"It's About Time" and "Phineas And Ferb's Quantum Boogaloo".

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* PhineasAndFerb ''WesternAnimation/PhineasAndFerb'' has had two-"It's About Time" and "Phineas And Ferb's Quantum Boogaloo".



* ''GravityFalls'' has [[Recap/GravityFallsS1E9TheTimeTravelersPig "The Time Traveler's Pig"]], when Dipper "borrows" a time-traveler's device in order to get a "do-over" after he beans his PrecociousCrush with a baseball.
* ''StaticShock'' had two--Season Three's "Flashback," where Static and Gear team up with a Bang Baby with time-traveling powers and travel back to the night Virgil's mom died, and Season Four's "Future Shock", a crossover with ''WesternAnimation/BatmanBeyond'', in which Static traveled to that era and teamed up with Terry McGinnis.
* ''JackieChanAdventures'' three, all revolving around Jade: "Through the Rabbit Hole," in which Jade travels back to San Francisco in the 70s, meeting younger versions of Jackie, Uncle, and Valmont, "J2," in which a FutureBadass version of Jade travels back to stop an criminal who escaped from her time, and "J2 Revisited", in which young Jade travels to the future to team up with her FutureBadass self.

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* ''GravityFalls'' has ''WesternAnimation/GravityFalls'':
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[[Recap/GravityFallsS1E9TheTimeTravelersPig "The Time Traveler's Pig"]], when Dipper "borrows" a time-traveler's device in order to get a "do-over" after he beans his PrecociousCrush with a baseball.
** In a later episode, Dipper and Mabel end up ten years in the past after another run-in with the time-traveler. They use the opportunity to figure out why Soos never enjoys his own birthday parties.
* ''StaticShock'' ''WesternAnimation/StaticShock'' had two--Season Three's "Flashback," where Static and Gear team up with a Bang Baby with time-traveling powers and travel back to the night Virgil's mom died, and Season Four's "Future Shock", a crossover with ''WesternAnimation/BatmanBeyond'', in which Static traveled to that era and teamed up with Terry McGinnis.
* ''JackieChanAdventures'' ''WesternAnimation/JackieChanAdventures'' three, all revolving around Jade: "Through the Rabbit Hole," in which Jade travels back to San Francisco in the 70s, meeting younger versions of Jackie, Uncle, and Valmont, "J2," in which a FutureBadass version of Jade travels back to stop an criminal who escaped from her time, and "J2 Revisited", in which young Jade travels to the future to team up with her FutureBadass self.
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