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2nd Jul '17 9:59:55 AM nombretomado
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* ''{{Freakazoid}}'' had an episode where the titular hero [[RefugeInAudacity prevented the attack on Pearl Harbor]].

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* ''{{Freakazoid}}'' ''WesternAnimation/{{Freakazoid}}'' had an episode where the titular hero [[RefugeInAudacity prevented the attack on Pearl Harbor]].
22nd Jun '17 2:11:20 PM MagnusForce
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* ''WesternAnimation/NedsNewt'': "Jurassic Joyride". In the episode, Ned and Newton go back in time to Friday so they can enjoy the weekend again, but instead end up in the dinosaur age, where Ned accidentally changes history by stomping on a fly, resulting in an AlternateUniverse where Newton-like newts are the dominant species and humans are the pets. When they fix it and attempt to get back home, they instead end up at Literature/GilligansIsland, but it [[AllJustADream turns out to be just a dream]]. [[OrWasItADream Or was it?]]

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* ''WesternAnimation/NedsNewt'': "Jurassic Joyride". In the episode, Ned and Newton go back in time to Friday so they can enjoy the weekend again, but instead end up in the dinosaur age, where Ned accidentally changes history by stomping on a fly, resulting in an AlternateUniverse where Newton-like newts are the dominant species and humans are the pets. When they fix it and attempt to get back home, they instead end up at Literature/GilligansIsland, Series/GilligansIsland, but it [[AllJustADream turns out to be just a dream]]. [[OrWasItADream Or was it?]]



* The ''WesternAnimation/AtomicPuppet'' episode "Bucket List" is about Joey and AP trying out a time travel challenge (a la ''Film/SupermanTheMovie'') that Joey made on a list of "things I want to do when I become a superhero". They end up in the Mesozoic, the Middle Ages, Feudal Japan, and the early 2000s, where they meet a younger Joey, the former Captain Atomic, and a pterodactyl-ninja-knight created by a time vortex.

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* The ''WesternAnimation/AtomicPuppet'' episode "Bucket List" is about Joey and AP trying out a time travel challenge (a (done a la ''Film/SupermanTheMovie'') that Joey made on a list of "things I want to do when I become a superhero". They end up in the Mesozoic, the Middle Ages, Feudal Japan, and the early 2000s, where they meet a younger Joey, the former Captain Atomic, and a pterodactyl-ninja-knight created by a time vortex.
16th Jun '17 10:50:41 PM nombretomado
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* ''WesternAnimation/XiaolinShowdown'' had the two-parter "Days Past"/"Citadel of Doom" in which Omi travels to the past to get help from Grand Master Dashi, "The Sands of Time," which features Jack Splicer playing an evil [[BillAndTedsExcellentAdventure Bill and Ted]], and then the series finale "Time After Time" which is chock full of every kind of time hijinks.

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* ''WesternAnimation/XiaolinShowdown'' had the two-parter "Days Past"/"Citadel of Doom" in which Omi travels to the past to get help from Grand Master Dashi, "The Sands of Time," which features Jack Splicer playing an evil [[BillAndTedsExcellentAdventure Bill and Ted]], Film/BillAndTed, and then the series finale "Time After Time" which is chock full of every kind of time hijinks.
9th May '17 10:26:35 PM MagnusForce
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* In the ''WesternAnimation/ThePowerpuffGirls'' episode "Get Back Jojo", Mojo Jojo uses a time portal to travel back to 1959 and kill the young professor Utonium so he can't create the powerpuff girls. The girls follow him and stop him, and witnessing all this turns out to be what inspired Utonium to become a scientist in the first place.

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* In the ''WesternAnimation/ThePowerpuffGirls'' episode "Get Back Jojo", Mojo Jojo uses a time portal to travel back to 1959 and kill the young professor Professor Utonium so he can't create the powerpuff girls.Powerpuff Girls. The girls follow him and stop him, and witnessing all this turns out to be what inspired Utonium to become a scientist in the first place.


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* The ''WesternAnimation/AtomicPuppet'' episode "Bucket List" is about Joey and AP trying out a time travel challenge (a la ''Film/SupermanTheMovie'') that Joey made on a list of "things I want to do when I become a superhero". They end up in the Mesozoic, the Middle Ages, Feudal Japan, and the early 2000s, where they meet a younger Joey, the former Captain Atomic, and a pterodactyl-ninja-knight created by a time vortex.
9th Mar '17 2:54:36 AM Troperinik
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* The cast of ''WesternAnimation/{{Kaeloo}}'' have their own time machine, and they use it in a few episodes: the episodes "Let's Play Time Travel", Episode 75 and Episode 76[[note]]Episodes 75 and 76 are a two-parter[[/note]].
28th Jan '17 12:02:26 PM MagnusForce
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* ''XiaolinShowdown'' had the two-parter "Days Past"/"Citadel of Doom" in which Omi travels to the past to get help from Grand Master Dashi, "The Sands of Time," which features Jack Splicer playing an evil [[BillAndTedsExcellentAdventure Bill and Ted]], and then the series finale "Time After Time" which is chock full of every kind of time hijinks.

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* ''XiaolinShowdown'' ''WesternAnimation/TheSimpsons'': "WesternAnimation/TreehouseOfHorror [[Recap/TheSimpsonsS6E6TreehouseOfHorrorV V]]"'s second short "Time and Punishment", in which Homer somehow turns a toaster into a time machine and ends up in the Mesozoic, where [[ButterflyOfDoom he messes up the present by his actions there]]. Naturally, HilarityEnsues when he attempts to fix it.
* ''WesternAnimation/XiaolinShowdown''
had the two-parter "Days Past"/"Citadel of Doom" in which Omi travels to the past to get help from Grand Master Dashi, "The Sands of Time," which features Jack Splicer playing an evil [[BillAndTedsExcellentAdventure Bill and Ted]], and then the series finale "Time After Time" which is chock full of every kind of time hijinks.
12th Dec '16 8:21:24 AM ZimFan89
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* ''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]]]].

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* ''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 [[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]]]].



* ''Series/AshVsEvilDead'': The season episode "Home Again" involves Ash and co. going back in time to 1982 to prevent his younger version from ever using the Necronomicon at the cabin to summon the Kandarian demons.

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* ''Series/AshVsEvilDead'': The season penultimate episode of Season 2, "Home Again" Again", involves Ash and co. going back in time to 1982 to prevent his younger version from ever using the Necronomicon at the cabin to summon the Kandarian demons. The following episode, "[[SeasonFinale Second Coming]]", continues this plot.



** The season 5 finale, "[[Recap/MyLittlePonyFriendshipIsMagicS5E25TheCutieRemarkPart1 The Cutie]] [[Recap/MyLittlePonyFriendshipIsMagicS5E26TheCutieRemarkPart2 Remark]]" features season BigBad [[TheEvilsOfFreeWill Starlight Glimmer]] heading back in time to try and [[MakeWrongWhatOnceWentRight prevent the events that brought the Mane Six together]]. Twilight gets trapped in a cycle of trying to stop Starlight, failing and getting transported to worse and worse {{Bad Future}}s, until [[spoiler: showing Starlight the results of her actions, inducing a HeelRealization]].



* ''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.

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* ''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.[=McGinnis=].


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** Before that was the three-parter "The Savage Time", wherein immortal villain Vandal Savage sends advanced knowledge and technology to his past self, allowing him to take over Nazi Germany and win UsefulNotes/WorldWarII, going on to conquer the world. The Justice League (minus Batman, who wasn't present) are protected from the changes to the timeline by Green Lantern's ring, and travel back to the war to defeat Savage and restore history.
6th Dec '16 11:36:41 AM Morgenthaler
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* ''Series/AshVsEvilDead'': The season episode "Home Again" involves Ash and co. going back in time to 1982 to prevent his younger version from ever using the Necronomicon at the cabin to summon the Kandarian demons.
29th Sep '16 10:57:02 AM BoukenDutch
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* In the ''WesternAnimation/ThePowerpuffGirls'' episode "Get Back Jojo", Mojo Jojo uses a time portal to travel back to 1959 and kill the young professor Utonium so he can't create the powerpuff girls. The girls follow him and stop him, and witnessing all this turns out to be what inspired Utonium to become a scientist in the first place.
10th Aug '16 10:57:25 AM Morgenthaler
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* These are very common in the various ''Franchise/StarTrek'' shows and movies:
** ''Series/StarTrekTheOriginalSeries'': There's the episode "City On the Edge Of Forever", in which Bones accidentally steps through a time portal that takes him back to the 1930s, where he inadvertently changes the timeline so humans never went into space. It's up to Kirk and Spock to follow him and repair the damage.
** ''Series/StarTrekTheNextGeneration'': There's "Time's Arrow", where the Enterprise find Data's centuries-old head lying in a cave in San Francisco in the 24th century. It turns out Data went back in time to the 19th century to follow two aliens and became TrappedInThePast.
* ''Series/StargateSG1'': In the episode "1969", SG-1 ends up in the 1960s when a solar flare intercepts with an active wormhole.
* ''Series/{{Supernatural}}'':
** In the episodes "In the Beginning" and "The Song Remains the Same", Dean is sent back in time by the Angels to meet his parents before either he or Sam were born.
** In "Frontierland", Sam and Dean [[CowboyEpisode travel to the Old West]] to find an AchillesHeel they need to kill one of that season's villains.
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