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22nd Apr '17 6:17:02 PM RisefromYourGrave
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* Enchanted Tiki Room: Under New Management. A classic attraction "taken over" by Iago and Zazu (from Disney/{{Aladdin}} and Disney/TheLionKing, respectively). Hilarity (supposedly) ensues. That didn't last long, and now it's back to the original version.

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* [[Ride/DisneyThemeParks The Enchanted Tiki Room: Under Room (Under New Management. Management)]]. A classic attraction "taken over" by Iago and Zazu (from Disney/{{Aladdin}} ''Disney/{{Aladdin}}'' and Disney/TheLionKing, ''Disney/TheLionKing'', respectively). Hilarity (supposedly) ensues. That didn't last long, Only lasted for about eleven years, and now it's back to the original version.
13th Aug '16 6:15:07 PM nombretomado
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** Virtually the whole of the ''{{Discworld}}'' series could be viewed as ''an entire city-state'' coming under new management - ie, that of Lord Vetinari, whose different manner of thinking reinvigorates a previously moribund city. Whose course then takes a radically different trajectory to that of a typical fantasy-world city. We are given glimpses of the alternative - an Ankh-Morpork ''not'' run by Vetinari but by the ''other'' sort of Patrician - in books like ''Literature/TheColour OfMagic'' and ''Discworld/NightWatch''.

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** Virtually the whole of the ''{{Discworld}}'' ''Literature/{{Discworld}}'' series could be viewed as ''an entire city-state'' coming under new management - ie, that of Lord Vetinari, whose different manner of thinking reinvigorates a previously moribund city. Whose course then takes a radically different trajectory to that of a typical fantasy-world city. We are given glimpses of the alternative - an Ankh-Morpork ''not'' run by Vetinari but by the ''other'' sort of Patrician - in books like ''Literature/TheColour OfMagic'' and ''Discworld/NightWatch''.
7th Aug '16 4:53:00 AM Morgenthaler
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29th Jul '16 6:28:40 PM lentilsoup
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There are a lot of shows that focus on a place of business, and many of them get StrictlyFormula after a while and need a {{Retool}}. Sometimes a change of management can bring life back into an old show, or at least add conflict for awhile. Sometimes this is an excuse to stage a TyrantTakesTheHelm story. Sometimes this is an excuse to stick the heroes in charge.

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There are a lot of shows that focus on a place of business, and many of them get StrictlyFormula after a while and need a {{Retool}}. Sometimes a change of management can bring life back into an old show, or at least add conflict for awhile.a while. Sometimes this is an excuse to stage a TyrantTakesTheHelm story. Sometimes this is an excuse to stick the heroes in charge.
13th Feb '16 6:04:20 AM gallium
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* Between ''Series/{{Cheers}}'' seasons 5 and 6, Sam sold the bar and left to live on a boat. He came back in the first episode of season 6 and took a job as a bartender at the bar he used to own.

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* Between ''Series/{{Cheers}}'' seasons 5 and 6, Sam sold the bar and left to live on a boat. He came back in the first episode of season 6 and took a job as a bartender at the bar he used to own. Then when the corporation which bought Cheers gave it back to Sam at the beginning of Season 9, Sam hung a sign saying "Under New Old Management".
19th Dec '15 7:53:15 PM nombretomado
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* ''TheShield'' switched out the captain of The Barn several times over the course of the series, which often had a major impact on the way Vic worked.
* Between ''{{Cheers}}'' seasons 5 and 6, Sam sold the bar and left to live on a boat. He came back in the first episode of season 6 and took a job as a bartender at the bar he used to own.

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* ''TheShield'' ''Series/TheShield'' switched out the captain of The Barn several times over the course of the series, which often had a major impact on the way Vic worked.
* Between ''{{Cheers}}'' ''Series/{{Cheers}}'' seasons 5 and 6, Sam sold the bar and left to live on a boat. He came back in the first episode of season 6 and took a job as a bartender at the bar he used to own.
21st Oct '15 4:18:25 AM AgProv
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** Virtually the whole of the ''{{Discworld}}'' series could be viewed as ''an entire city-state'' coming under new management - ie, that of Lord Vetinari, whose different manner of thinking reinvigorates a previously moribund city. Whose course then takes a radically different trajectory to that of a typical fantasy-world city. We are given glimpses of the alternative - an Ankh-Morpork ''not'' run by Vetinari but by the ''other'' sort of Patrician - in books like ''Literature/TheColour OfMagic'' and ''Discworld/NightWatch''.
31st May '15 7:28:45 PM Odacon_Spy
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** After Micheal's departure, the Scranton office goes through a number of managers until [[spoiler: Andy]] gets the position When he gets fired, he engineers for a former Dunder Mifflin executive to buy back the company from Sabre and gets rehired as regional manager. He then quits right before the series finale and is replaced by [[spoiler: Dwight]] who to everyone's surprise ends up being the best and most competent manager the Scranton office ever had.

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** After Micheal's departure, the Scranton office goes through a number of managers until [[spoiler: Andy]] gets the position position. When he gets fired, he engineers arranges for a former Dunder Mifflin executive to buy back the company from Sabre and gets rehired as regional manager. He then quits right before the series finale and is replaced by [[spoiler: Dwight]] who to everyone's surprise ends up being the best and most competent manager the Scranton office ever had.
17th Apr '15 9:10:23 PM nombretomado
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31st Jul '14 11:30:28 AM Wackd
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* ''{{Cheers}}'' between seasons 5 & 6 Sam sold the bar and left to live on a boat. He came back in the first episode of season 6 and took a job as a bartender at the bar he used to own.

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* Between ''{{Cheers}}'' between seasons 5 & 6 and 6, Sam sold the bar and left to live on a boat. He came back in the first episode of season 6 and took a job as a bartender at the bar he used to own.
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