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2nd Feb '18 3:01:04 PM Excelsior123
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** "Holidays in Boxwood Terrace" is a '''huge''' one. It reveals [[spoiler: that Mitchell is really a lonely kid who has trouble making friends and hides behind a JerkassFacade due to his insecurities, confirming the fan theories. The other kids realize this and assure Mitchell that they're his friends at the end of the episode.]]
2nd Feb '18 12:02:08 AM NeoTerraKnight
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** The 200th episode "The Vegging" was thought to be a simple episode about Gumball and Darwin lounging for the whole day until crazy things happen but they persist until their family was put in danger. After the day is saved, [[spoiler:an ominous message appeared before them claiming that it is from the future and that everything that happened in the episode was the work of... who is still a mystery because Gumball and Darwin ends up being focused on couch candy instead of who is behind all this or the messenger from the future.]]
24th Jan '18 2:51:23 AM EricW
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* ''WhamEpisode/StarVsTheForcesOfEvil''
22nd Jan '18 7:17:29 PM infernape612
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* WhamEpisode/AdventureTime
* WhamEpisode/AvatarTheLastAirbender
* WhamEpisode/BoJackHorseman
* WhamEpisode/GravityFalls
* WhamEpisode/TheLegendOfKorra
* WhamEpisode/ScoobyDooMysteryIncorporated
* WhamEpisode/StevenUniverse
* WhamEpisode/SouthPark
* WhamEpisode/TotalDrama
* [[WhamEpisode/TheVentureBrothers The Venture Bros.]]
* WhamEpisode/YoungJustice

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* WhamEpisode/AdventureTime
''WhamEpisode/AdventureTime''
* WhamEpisode/AvatarTheLastAirbender
''WhamEpisode/AvatarTheLastAirbender''
* WhamEpisode/BoJackHorseman
''WhamEpisode/BoJackHorseman''
* WhamEpisode/GravityFalls
''WhamEpisode/GravityFalls''
* WhamEpisode/TheLegendOfKorra
''WhamEpisode/TheLegendOfKorra''
* WhamEpisode/ScoobyDooMysteryIncorporated
''WhamEpisode/ScoobyDooMysteryIncorporated''
* WhamEpisode/StevenUniverse
''WhamEpisode/StevenUniverse''
* WhamEpisode/SouthPark
''WhamEpisode/SouthPark''
* WhamEpisode/TotalDrama
''WhamEpisode/TotalDrama''
* [[WhamEpisode/TheVentureBrothers The Venture Bros.]]
''WhamEpisode/TheVentureBrothers''
* WhamEpisode/YoungJustice''WhamEpisode/YoungJustice''



** "Glaciator" begins to untangle the show's infamous [[TwoPersonLoveTriangle love square]], with Marinette becoming aware of Chat Noir's feeling for Ladybug, and Chat becoming aware that Ladybug likes someone else (although he does not realize it's himself yet).

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** "Glaciator" begins to untangle the show's infamous [[TwoPersonLoveTriangle love square]], with Marinette becoming aware of Chat Noir's feeling feelings for Ladybug, and Chat becoming aware that Ladybug likes someone else (although he does not realize it's himself yet).
21st Jan '18 10:28:18 AM mattthelurker
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** "Sapotis": [[spoiler:Alya receives the Fox Miraculous.]]

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** "Sapotis": [[spoiler:Alya receives is recruited to wield the Fox Miraculous.Miraculous as Rena Rouge, although she gives it back at the end of the episode. Furthermore, there are at least twelve Miraculouses in existence aside from the seven previously known, and Rena's presence inadvertently tips Hawk Moth off to the presence of the Great Guardian.]]
19th Jan '18 5:13:37 PM mattthelurker
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** "Sapotis": [[spoiler:Alya receives the Fox Miraculous.]]
18th Jan '18 3:47:23 PM mattthelurker
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** The second season premiere, "The Collector", [[spoiler:confirms that Gabriel is, in fact, Hawk Moth, and further reveals that his assistant Nathalie is his SecretKeeper.]]
** "Robostus" reveals part of the reason why Hawk Moth wants the Miraculouses: [[spoiler:when combined with a certain incantation, they will allow him to make a wish come true, [[EquivalentExchange but at a cost]].]]
** "Dark Owl": [[spoiler:Hawk Moth wants to erase something that happened in the past, and the kwamis become aware of who each other's masters are, even though they keep it secret from their own masters.]]
** "Glaciator" begins to untangle the show's infamous [[TwoPersonLoveTriangle love square]], with Marinette becoming aware of Chat Noir's feeling for Ladybug, and Chat becoming aware that Ladybug likes someone else (although he does not realize it's himself yet).
23rd Dec '17 12:44:57 PM PicmeRulz123
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** "Thirst" is probably the biggest wham episode of the third season: [[spoiler: Knock Out and Starscream's experiments with Dark and synthetic Energon turn Cylas into a vampiric Terrorcon, whose resulting rampage costs the Decepticons more than half of the Vehicons thus Megatron punishing Knock Out by giving Shockwave all his work and Starscream another beating , and the entire Insecticon horde once Airachnid is freed and banished to one of Cybertron's moons. Cylas is finally killed, and Project Predacon is sped up as well. This leads to a chain of events which ultimately cost the Decepticons victory in the war by the series finale.]]

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** "Thirst" is probably the biggest wham episode of the third season: [[spoiler: Knock Out and Starscream's experiments with Dark and synthetic Energon turn Cylas into a vampiric Terrorcon, whose resulting rampage costs the Decepticons more than half of the Vehicons thus Megatron punishing Knock Out by giving Shockwave all his work and Starscream another beating , beating, and the entire Insecticon horde once Airachnid is freed by Cylas and banished Soundwave banishing them to one of Cybertron's moons. Cylas is finally killed, and Project Predacon is sped up as well. This leads to a chain of events which ultimately cost the Decepticons victory in the war by the series finale.]]
23rd Dec '17 12:43:32 PM PicmeRulz123
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** "Thirst" is probably the biggest wham episode of the third season: [[spoiler: Knock Out and Starscream's experiments with Dark and synthetic Energon turn Cylas into a vampiric Terrorcon, whose resulting rampage costs the Decepticons more than half of the Vehicons, and the entire Insecticon horde once Airachnid is freed and banished to one of Cybertron's moons. Cylas is finally killed, and Project Predacon is sped up as well. This leads to a chain of events which ultimately cost the Decepticons victory in the war by the series finale.]]

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** "Thirst" is probably the biggest wham episode of the third season: [[spoiler: Knock Out and Starscream's experiments with Dark and synthetic Energon turn Cylas into a vampiric Terrorcon, whose resulting rampage costs the Decepticons more than half of the Vehicons, Vehicons thus Megatron punishing Knock Out by giving Shockwave all his work and Starscream another beating , and the entire Insecticon horde once Airachnid is freed and banished to one of Cybertron's moons. Cylas is finally killed, and Project Predacon is sped up as well. This leads to a chain of events which ultimately cost the Decepticons victory in the war by the series finale.]]
6th Dec '17 2:25:31 PM RedScharlach
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** The season finale ([[ScrewedByTheNetwork Which also doubles as the series finale]]), "Alone" features [[spoiler: Katana recruiting all of Batman's previous allies as the "Outsiders" against Deathstroke in a final battle. Deathstroke loses his eye and becomes amnisiac, Batman forms a team, Anarky is ready to continue his dangerous game, and Harvey Dent has new plans for Gotham as Two-Face.]]

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** The season finale ([[ScrewedByTheNetwork Which also doubles as the series finale]]), "Alone" features [[spoiler: Katana recruiting all of Batman's previous allies as the "Outsiders" against Deathstroke in a final battle. Deathstroke loses his eye and becomes amnisiac, amnesiac, Batman forms a team, Anarky is ready to continue his dangerous game, and Harvey Dent has new plans for Gotham as Two-Face.]]



* ''WesternAnimation/DragonBooster'''s plot changed significantly when Armaggedon showed up in talking amulet form, promising power for Moordryd, the antagonist, which led to him becoming the Shadow Booster and ultimately rebelling against his father. This had far more impact than Mortis revealing that he is Connor, Artha and Lance's dad, and not as dead as they thought. The lack of impact for the latter event was because the fandom had assumed that for months.

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* ''WesternAnimation/DragonBooster'''s plot changed significantly when Armaggedon Armageddon showed up in talking amulet form, promising power for Moordryd, the antagonist, which led to him becoming the Shadow Booster and ultimately rebelling against his father. This had far more impact than Mortis revealing that he is Connor, Artha and Lance's dad, and not as dead as they thought. The lack of impact for the latter event was because the fandom had assumed that for months.



** It's not the only ''WesternAnimation/FamilyGuy'' episode to be a Wham Episode. It's simply titled "Brian and Stewie". The ColdOpening and lack of cutaway gags is a giveaway that something is going to go down. Basically it's about Brian and Stewie locked in a bank vault over a weekend. It had the usual ''Family Guy'' antics, including Brian eating Stewie's poop, Stewie drunkenly piercing his ear, and a gun from Brian's safety deposit box ricocheting around the room. It eventually dies down and we're wondering what's about to happen next, then Stewie asks why Brian has a gun. He tells him that it's in case he ever decided to commit suicide as he cannot find a purpose in life, the alcohol meant to be his last drink. Stewie is horrified and admits that Brian is his best friend, and sometimes making another person happy is enough.

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** It's not the only ''WesternAnimation/FamilyGuy'' episode to be a Wham Episode. It's simply titled "Brian and Stewie". The ColdOpening and lack of cutaway gags is a giveaway that something is going to go down. Basically it's about Brian and Stewie locked in a bank vault over a weekend. It had the usual ''Family Guy'' antics, including Brian eating Stewie's poop, Stewie drunkenly piercing his ear, and a gun from Brian's safety deposit box ricocheting around the room. It eventually dies down and we're wondering what's about to happen next, then Stewie asks why Brian has a gun. He tells him that it's in case he ever decided decides to commit suicide as he cannot find a purpose in life, life; the alcohol is meant to be his last drink. Stewie is horrified and admits that Brian is his best friend, and sometimes making another person happy is enough.



** And then the ChristmasEpisode [[spoiler: a mere three weeks later ended with Stewie preventing Brian's death, and retconing it all off.]] [[WordOfGod Seth Macfarlane]] later claimed the whole thing was done for shock value, to remind all the viewers it was a show where anything could happen and likely would. (Meaning, it was ''meant'' to be a Wham Episode with a ''huge'' Wham.)

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** And then the ChristmasEpisode [[spoiler: a mere three weeks later ended with Stewie preventing Brian's death, and retconing retconning it all off.away.]] [[WordOfGod Seth Macfarlane]] later claimed the whole thing was done for shock value, to remind all the viewers it was a show where anything could happen and likely would. (Meaning, it was ''meant'' to be a Wham Episode with a ''huge'' Wham.)



** "Metrognome" ends with Corey and Laney accidently kissing and judging on the look on Corey's face, it's when he finally realizes he has feelings for Laney.

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** "Metrognome" ends with Corey and Laney accidently accidentally kissing and judging on the look on Corey's face, it's when he finally realizes he has feelings for Laney.



* The ''WesternAnimation/{{Recess}}'' episode "The Biggest Trouble Ever", which is about the gang accidentally breaking a statue of the town's founder, are branded criminals and are nearly transferred to six seperate schools.

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* The ''WesternAnimation/{{Recess}}'' episode "The Biggest Trouble Ever", which is about the gang accidentally breaking a statue of the town's founder, are branded criminals and are nearly transferred to six seperate separate schools.



** The Season 2 premiere, [[Recap/StarWarsRebelsTheSiegeOfLothal "The Siege of Lothal"]], is no less brutal -- and follows hot on the heels of the aforementioned finale! [[spoiler: Darth Vader sets a trap for the rebels which results in the citizens of Lothal turning against them. They are forced to leave, but find that the Empire has cut off their escape. Sneaking into a nearby Imperial base, they try to steal a shuttle, but find Vader waiting for them. He [[CurbStompBattle curbstomps them]], and they escape only because ''he lets them''. ''Then'' they go to Tarkintown, only to find it burned and its citizens arrested. They finally make their escape back to their fleet -- only to find that their shuttle was rigged with a tracking device. Vader shows up moments later, and [[OneManArmy personally tears their fleet in half]], killing nearly all their pilots and destroying their command ship. Only Hera's [[AcePilot amazing pilot skills]] enable them to escape. Even worse, Ahsoka and Vader become aware of each other. Ahsoka is so shaken by the revelation that Anakin is alive -- not to mention [[FaceHeelTurn that he is a Sith Lord]] -- that she ''faints'', and when she wakes up, she denies any knowledge of who or what he is. Vader, meanwhile, ''lets the survivors escape again'', because he wants to use Ahsoka for his own ends, and sends another Inquisitor after the rebels.]] Oh BABY ...

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** The Season 2 premiere, [[Recap/StarWarsRebelsTheSiegeOfLothal "The Siege of Lothal"]], is no less brutal -- and follows hot on the heels of the aforementioned finale! [[spoiler: Darth Vader sets a trap for the rebels which results in the citizens of Lothal turning against them. They are forced to leave, but find that the Empire has cut off their escape. Sneaking into a nearby Imperial base, they try to steal a shuttle, but find Vader waiting for them. He [[CurbStompBattle curbstomps them]], and they escape only because ''he lets them''. ''Then'' they go to Tarkintown, only to find it burned and its citizens arrested. They finally make their escape back to their fleet -- only to find that their shuttle was rigged with a tracking device. Vader shows up moments later, and [[OneManArmy personally tears their fleet in half]], killing nearly all their pilots and destroying their command ship. Only Hera's [[AcePilot amazing pilot skills]] enable them to escape. Even worse, Ahsoka and Vader become aware of each other. Ahsoka is so shaken by the revelation that Anakin is alive -- not to mention [[FaceHeelTurn that he is a Sith Lord]] -- that she ''faints'', and when she wakes up, she denies any knowledge of who or what he is. Vader, meanwhile, ''lets the survivors escape again'', because he wants to use Ahsoka for his own ends, and sends another Inquisitor after the rebels.]] Oh BABY ...BABY...



*** Its sequel, ''WesternAnimation/TheIntruderII'' has managed to outdo it: not only has the Intruder came back, it took over TOM 1's body, [[spoiler: assimilate SARA and TOM 4 (albeit the latter [[KilledOffscreen offscreen]]), TOM 5 rips his arm off, and the ''Absolution'' is destroyed when TOM 5 triggers a nuclear explosion on the ship the Intruder used to lure the ship there. However, they're also [[EarnYourHappyEnding earned their happy ending]] as TOM managed to back up SARA and upload her onto the new base and SARA building him a new arm.]]

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*** Its sequel, ''WesternAnimation/TheIntruderII'' has managed to outdo it: not only has did the Intruder came come back, it took over TOM 1's body, [[spoiler: assimilate assimilated SARA and TOM 4 (albeit the latter [[KilledOffscreen offscreen]]), TOM 5 rips his arm off, and the ''Absolution'' is destroyed when TOM 5 triggers a nuclear explosion on the ship the Intruder used to lure the ship there. However, they're they also [[EarnYourHappyEnding earned earn their happy ending]] as TOM managed manages to back up SARA and upload her onto the new base and SARA building builds him a new arm.]]



** "The Sinister Six" to a lesser extent. The Sinister Six is created, which test Peter's strength as a leader. In the end, the team does manage to work together and Spidey gets some CharacterDevelopment. However, the real WHAM is that, although Spider-Man and his team bring in five of the six, [[spoiler: Curt Connors fully becomes The Lizard and runs away, leaving Peter feeling helpless after he tried to save him]].

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** "The Sinister Six" to a lesser extent. The Sinister Six is created, which test testing Peter's strength as a leader. In the end, the team does manage to work together and Spidey gets some CharacterDevelopment. However, the real WHAM is that, although Spider-Man and his team bring in five of the six, [[spoiler: Curt Connors fully becomes The Lizard and runs away, leaving Peter feeling helpless after he tried to save him]].
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