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1st Jun '16 3:33:52 AM DaibhidC
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** The plot of the season two finale is [[spoiler: the villain wants Flash to power his multiverse-destroying machine, and in the end, (a temporal duplicate of) Flash deactivates it by pushing himself so far he crumbles into dust. Apart from the identity of the villain and the fact it was the real Barry Allen who died, this is #8 of ''Comicbook/CrisisOnInfiniteEarths''.

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** The plot of the season two finale is [[spoiler: the villain wants Flash to power his multiverse-destroying machine, and in the end, (a temporal duplicate of) Flash deactivates it by pushing himself so far he crumbles into dust. Apart from the identity of the villain and the fact it was the real Barry Allen who died, this is #8 of ''Comicbook/CrisisOnInfiniteEarths''.''Comicbook/CrisisOnInfiniteEarths'']].
1st Jun '16 3:33:41 AM DaibhidC
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** The plot of the season two finale is [[spoiler: the villain wants Flash to power his multiverse-destroying machine, and in the end, (a temporal duplicate of) Flash deactivates it by pushing himself so far he crumbles into dust. Apart from the identity of the villain and the fact it was the real Barry Allen who died, this is #8 of ''Comicbook/CrisisOnInfiniteEarths''.
22nd Apr '16 1:14:40 AM TheOneWhoTropes
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* The ''Series/StarTrekDeepSpaceNine'' episode "Far Beyond the Stars". Full stop. The entire thing is one long mythology gag for the entire ''Franchise/StarTrek'' franchise, combined with constant HeyItsThatGuy ''in universe'' (since so many of the ''Deep Space Nine'' regulars usually appear in very heavy makeup), except that it isn't a humorous episode -- all the humor is meta, while the plot is serious.

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* The ''Series/StarTrekDeepSpaceNine'' episode "Far Beyond the Stars". Full stop. The entire thing is one long mythology gag for the entire ''Franchise/StarTrek'' franchise, combined with constant HeyItsThatGuy ''in universe'' (since so many of the ''Deep Space Nine'' regulars usually appear in very heavy makeup), except that it isn't a humorous episode -- all the humor is meta, while the plot is serious.
20th Apr '16 8:35:50 AM Unityd3v
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* ''MythologyGag/{{Arrow}}''
* ''MythologyGag/KaizokuSentaiGokaiger''
* ''MythologyGag/KamenRiderDrive''
* ''MythologyGag/KamenRiderGaim''
* ''MythologyGag/{{Sherlock}}''
* ''MythologyGag/ShurikenSentaiNinninger''
* ''MythologyGag/Supergirl2015''

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* ** ''MythologyGag/{{Arrow}}''
* ** ''MythologyGag/{{Elementary}}''
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''MythologyGag/KaizokuSentaiGokaiger''
* ** ''MythologyGag/KamenRiderDrive''
* ** ''MythologyGag/KamenRiderGaim''
* ** ''MythologyGag/{{Sherlock}}''
* ** ''MythologyGag/ShurikenSentaiNinninger''
* ** ''MythologyGag/Supergirl2015''
2nd Apr '16 5:56:53 AM Anddrix
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** In the episode "This World Inverted", alternate universe Luke says in a SoBadItsGood commercial that Magnus helped him realize the police force wasn't his calling but running an antique bookshop. In [[Literature/TheMortalInstruments the books]], Luke is a bookseller rather than an officer.

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** In the episode "This World Inverted", alternate universe Inverted":
*** Alternate-universe
Luke says in a SoBadItsGood commercial that Magnus helped him realize the police force wasn't his calling but running an antique bookshop. In [[Literature/TheMortalInstruments the books]], Luke is a bookseller rather than an officer.officer.
*** Alternate-universe Magnus has two cats named Chairman Meow and Church. In the books, Chairman Meow is Magnus's kitten, whose birthday party gets crashed by the main characters[[note]]Yes, the ''kitten's'' birthday party, not Magnus's[[/note]], and Church is the resident cat at the New York Institute.
31st Mar '16 12:05:02 AM Anddrix
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* In the ''Series/{{Shadowhunters}}'' episode "This World Inverted", alternate universe Luke says in a SoBadItsGood commercial that Magnus helped him realize the police force wasn't his calling but running an antique bookshop. In [[Literature/TheMortalInstruments the books]], Luke is a bookseller rather than an officer.

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* ''Series/{{Shadowhunters}}'':
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In the ''Series/{{Shadowhunters}}'' episode "This World Inverted", alternate universe Luke says in a SoBadItsGood commercial that Magnus helped him realize the police force wasn't his calling but running an antique bookshop. In [[Literature/TheMortalInstruments the books]], Luke is a bookseller rather than an officer.officer.
** When looking at profiles of warlocks around the world in "Malec", one of the profiles that can be seen is Theresa Gray. Tessa Gray was the protagonist of ''Literature/TheMortalInstruments'' spinoff ''Literature/TheInfernalDevices''.
27th Mar '16 10:53:51 PM Anddrix
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** ''Mentally Divergent'' itself references a mental patient explaining he's this, and then asking if Cole is as well.

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** ''Mentally Divergent'' itself references a mental patient explaining he's this, and then asking if Cole is as well.well.
* In the ''Series/{{Shadowhunters}}'' episode "This World Inverted", alternate universe Luke says in a SoBadItsGood commercial that Magnus helped him realize the police force wasn't his calling but running an antique bookshop. In [[Literature/TheMortalInstruments the books]], Luke is a bookseller rather than an officer.
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23rd Mar '16 4:46:05 AM DaibhidC
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** Leonard Snart briefly wears a blue parka with a fur hood as a disguise, looking a lot like his Captain Cold costume in the comics.

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** Leonard Snart briefly wears a blue parka with a fur hood as a disguise, looking a lot like his Captain Cold costume in the comics. (It becomes his standard outfit in later appearances.)
** On Earth-2, the motto of the CCPD is "A Fair and Just Society", with "Society" in bigger letters. This is a reference to the original Earth-Two Comicbook/JusticeSocietyOfAmerica, and the Comicbook/{{New 52}}'s ''Comicbook/{{Earth 2}}: Society'' book.
** Also on Earth-2, Ronnie Raymond's counterpart is called Deathstorm, which is the name of Firestorm's Earth-3 counterpart in ''Comicbook/ForeverEvil''. Cisco's counterpart is called Reverb, which was the name taken by Vibe's brother Armando in post-Crisis comics.
19th Mar '16 2:33:36 AM Morgenthaler
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* In ''{{Series/Merlin}}'' Camelot's court genealogist is Geoffrey of Monmouth. In reality, Monmouth wrote ''History of British Kings'', one of the earliest Arthurian sources.

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* In ''{{Series/Merlin}}'' ''{{Series/Merlin 2008}}'':
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Camelot's court genealogist is Geoffrey of Monmouth. In reality, Monmouth wrote ''History of British Kings'', one of the earliest Arthurian sources.



** The dragon living under the castle in ''{{Series/Merlin}}'' is most likely a nod to the story of Vortigern's castle, which couldn't be built because there were two dragons fighting in a cave beneath it.

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** The dragon living under the castle in ''{{Series/Merlin}}'' is most likely a nod to the story of Vortigern's castle, which couldn't be built because there were two dragons fighting in a cave beneath it.



* In ''Terminator: TheSarahConnorChronicles,'' one episode revolved around a terminator attempting to assassinate the governor of California. In real life, of course, that job is filled by Arnold Schwarzenegger, the original star of the franchise.

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* In ''Terminator: TheSarahConnorChronicles,'' one ''Series/TerminatorTheSarahConnorChronicles'':
** One
episode revolved around a terminator attempting to assassinate the governor of California. In real life, of course, that job is filled by Arnold Schwarzenegger, the original star of the franchise.
14th Mar '16 10:55:11 PM CalaverX11
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[[index]]



* ''MythologyGag/KaizokuSentaiGokaiger''
* ''MythologyGag/KamenRiderDrive''
* ''MythologyGag/KamenRiderGaim''
* ''MythologyGag/{{Sherlock}}''
* ''MythologyGag/ShurikenSentaiNinninger''




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[[/index]]



* ''Series/{{Supergirl 2015}}'': The show takes place in National City, which is a reference to DC Comics' original name, National Periodical Publications.
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