History Main / WhereAreTheyNowEpilogue

22nd Apr '18 1:13:19 AM jormis29
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* ''Series/TheWestWing'' ''opens'' its final season with this. The cold opening for episode 7x1 depicts most mains meeting up for the dedication of Bartlet's presidential library three years after Santos wins the nomination. Turns out CJ [[spoiler: marries Danny, moves to Santa Monica and has a baby]], Toby [[spoiler:does not end up in federal prison but at Columbia]], Will [[spoiler:joins congress]], Kate [[spoiler:writes a book]]... They try ''not'' to spoil who wins the election by deliberately not showing the current president when he arrives, although [[spoiler:the fact that Josh is his chief of staff]] kind of gives it away. Eerily, the epilogue does ''not'' feature Leo, even though John Spencer was still alive at the time of shooting the episode and his character's untimely death [[TheCharacterDiedWithHim was written in due to Spencer's sudden passing]].

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* ''Series/TheWestWing'' ''opens'' its final season with this. The cold opening for episode 7x1 depicts most mains meeting up for the dedication of Bartlet's presidential library three years after Santos wins the nomination. Turns out CJ [[spoiler: marries Danny, moves to Santa Monica and has a baby]], Toby [[spoiler:does not end up in federal prison but at Columbia]], Will [[spoiler:joins congress]], Kate [[spoiler:writes a book]]... They try ''not'' to spoil who wins the election by deliberately not showing the current president when he arrives, although [[spoiler:the fact that Josh is his chief of staff]] kind of gives it away. Eerily, the epilogue does ''not'' feature Leo, even though John Spencer Creator/JohnSpencer was still alive at the time of shooting the episode and his character's untimely death [[TheCharacterDiedWithHim was written in due to Spencer's sudden passing]].
18th Apr '18 2:12:56 AM PaulA
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* ''Theatre/SaintJoan'' by Creator/GeorgeBernardShaw has one, a kind of dream sequence set in the year when Joan of Arc was officially rehabilitated. It also features a visitor from the 20th century who brings the news of Joan's canonization.
18th Apr '18 2:12:25 AM PaulA
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* ''Saint Joan'' by Creator/GeorgeBernardShaw has one, a kind of dream sequence set in the year when Joan of Arc was officially rehabilitated. It also features a visitor from the 20th century who brings the news of Joan's canonization.

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* ''Saint Joan'' ''Theatre/SaintJoan'' by Creator/GeorgeBernardShaw has one, a kind of dream sequence set in the year when Joan of Arc was officially rehabilitated. It also features a visitor from the 20th century who brings the news of Joan's canonization.
18th Apr '18 2:10:21 AM PaulA
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* Creator/JohnMasefield:
** ''Literature/TheMidnightFolk'' doesn't have chapter divisions, so there's no explicit epilogue, but the last couple of pages consist of a series of descriptions of what happened to various characters after the events of the novel.
** ''Literature/{{Odtaa}}'' ends with a section headed "Appendices and Notes", a collection of oddments and in-universe documents (including a letter from the protagonist to the author commenting on the manuscript of the novel) that collectively serve to show what became of the characters.



* ''[[Series/AfterschoolSpecial CBS Schoolbreak Special]]'': The epilogue of the episode "15 and Getting Straight," which dramatized two newcomer teen drug addicts (Creator/DrewBarrymore and CoreyFeldman) to a 12 step-type counseling program. A teen named Rick seems to have made tremendous progress and has taken to mentoring the teens as he is at the end of the 28-day inpatient program, but most of the other teens believe they don't belong in the program and don't have a problem. David Birney plays the lead counselor, himself an ex-druggie. The irony follows at the end, where Birney's character tells the group that Rick had overdosed; he had run into some old friends who tried to get him to try a new drug, Rick refused at first but when they followed him home and kept hounding him, Rick took the drug and immediately had a seizure. Then follows the epilogue, zooming in on an empty chair. All of the teens that seemed that they weren't going to make it do ... and Rick (whose post-script is saved for last) is dead.

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* ''[[Series/AfterschoolSpecial CBS Schoolbreak Special]]'': The epilogue of the episode "15 and Getting Straight," which dramatized two newcomer teen drug addicts (Creator/DrewBarrymore and CoreyFeldman) Creator/CoreyFeldman) to a 12 step-type counseling program. A teen named Rick seems to have made tremendous progress and has taken to mentoring the teens as he is at the end of the 28-day inpatient program, but most of the other teens believe they don't belong in the program and don't have a problem. David Birney plays the lead counselor, himself an ex-druggie. The irony follows at the end, where Birney's character tells the group that Rick had overdosed; he had run into some old friends who tried to get him to try a new drug, Rick refused at first but when they followed him home and kept hounding him, Rick took the drug and immediately had a seizure. Then follows the epilogue, zooming in on an empty chair. All of the teens that seemed that they weren't going to make it do ... and Rick (whose post-script is saved for last) is dead.
14th Apr '18 8:43:48 PM costanton11
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* ''Film/WakkosWish'', the GrandFinale of ''WesternAnimation/{{Animaniacs}}'', has one where all characters get a happy ending. Except [[ButtMonkey the Mime.]]

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* ''Film/WakkosWish'', ''WesternAnimation/WakkosWish'', the GrandFinale of ''WesternAnimation/{{Animaniacs}}'', has one where all characters get a happy ending. Except [[ButtMonkey the Mime.]]
14th Apr '18 7:50:06 PM QuaintFlick
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[[folder:Radio -- we'll, he's an unknown, having disappeared into the wild, blue yonder.]]

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[[folder:Radio -- we'll, well, he's an unknown, having disappeared into the wild, blue yonder.]]
14th Apr '18 7:47:02 PM QuaintFlick
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[[folder:Visual Novels is now a philosopher. He expresses his deepest thoughts with pictures.]]

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[[folder:Visual Novels is now a philosopher. He expresses his deepest thoughts with pictures.lives on the same shelf as Video Games above. They get along really well, and have even begun to share each other's interests.]]
22nd Mar '18 11:27:27 PM lakingsif
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* ''Film/BadEducation'' ends with a text screen describing the life of the three main characters after the film: Enrique releases his film and becomes successful, [[spoiler:Juan ends up becoming successful as well]], but eventually loses his fame on the silver screen and ends up on TV, and Sr Berenguer [[spoiler:is killed in a hit-and-run accident that Juan caused]].

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* ''Film/BadEducation'' ''Film/BadEducation2004'' ends with a text screen describing the life of the three main characters after the film: Enrique releases his film and becomes successful, [[spoiler:Juan ends up becoming successful as well]], but eventually loses his fame on the silver screen and ends up on TV, and Sr Berenguer [[spoiler:is killed in a hit-and-run accident that Juan caused]].
18th Mar '18 7:29:58 PM nombretomado
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* The end of WebVideo/TheMysteriousMrEnter and PieGuyRulz's review of the ''WesternAnimation/SpongeBobSquarePants'' episode "Truth or Square" ends with one of these. "Life in Bikini Bottom" becomes a hit with three seasons and counting, Patrick is arrested for farting in people's faces, Squidward finds spiritual enlightenment in Tibet, Mr. Krabs gets a new fashion sense, SpongeBob learns he's actually married to Sandy and now pays her annual alimony, Plankton creates a hair-growth serum and becomes a millionaire, the demonic hell puppet is turned into firewood, WebVideo/PieGuyRulz creates a five times platinum rap album, and [[HumbleHero Mr. Enter orders a pizza and gets a refund because it's cold when it arrives]].

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* The end of WebVideo/TheMysteriousMrEnter and PieGuyRulz's review of the ''WesternAnimation/SpongeBobSquarePants'' episode "Truth or Square" ends with one of these. "Life in Bikini Bottom" becomes a hit with three seasons and counting, Patrick is arrested for farting in people's faces, Squidward finds spiritual enlightenment in Tibet, Mr. Krabs gets a new fashion sense, SpongeBob [=SpongeBob=] learns he's actually married to Sandy and now pays her annual alimony, Plankton creates a hair-growth serum and becomes a millionaire, the demonic hell puppet is turned into firewood, WebVideo/PieGuyRulz creates a five times platinum rap album, and [[HumbleHero Mr. Enter orders a pizza and gets a refund because it's cold when it arrives]].
20th Feb '18 11:56:52 PM jormis29
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* The first issue of the ''Super Buddies'' mini-series showed what happened to the members of the ComicBook/JusticeLeagueInternational after their book was cancelled in the 90's. Most of the heroes were in dire straits, such as Fire, who was now running a softcore porn website.

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* The first issue of the ''Super Buddies'' ''ComicBook/SuperBuddies'' mini-series showed what happened to the members of the ComicBook/JusticeLeagueInternational after their book was cancelled in the 90's. Most of the heroes were in dire straits, such as Fire, who was now running a softcore porn website.
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