History WhamEpisode / WesternAnimation

21st Sep '17 3:43:33 PM Spanks
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** ''[[Recap/MyLittlePonyFriendshipIsMAgicS7E13ThePerfectPear The Perfect Pear]]'': The existence of Applejack's, Big Mac's, and Apple Bloom's long-missing parents is revealed! As close can the show can go to saying it (without ''[[NeverSayDie outright saying it]]): [[spoiler: They're Dead.]]

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** ''[[Recap/MyLittlePonyFriendshipIsMAgicS7E13ThePerfectPear The Perfect Pear]]'': The existence of Applejack's, Big Mac's, and Apple Bloom's long-missing parents is revealed! As close can the show can go to saying it (without ''[[NeverSayDie [[NeverSayDie outright saying it]]): [[spoiler: They're Dead.]]
21st Sep '17 3:42:34 PM Spanks
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** ''[[The Perfect Pear]]'': The existence Applejack's, Big Mac's, and Apple Bloom's Parents is revealed! As close can the show can go to implication without ''outright'' saying it: [[spoiler: They're Dead.]]

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** ''[[The ''[[Recap/MyLittlePonyFriendshipIsMAgicS7E13ThePerfectPear The Perfect Pear]]'': The existence existence of Applejack's, Big Mac's, and Apple Bloom's Parents long-missing parents is revealed! As close can the show can go to implication without ''outright'' saying it: it (without ''[[NeverSayDie outright saying it]]): [[spoiler: They're Dead.]]
21st Sep '17 3:38:05 PM Spanks
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**''[[The Perfect Pear]]'': The existence Applejack's, Big Mac's, and Apple Bloom's Parents is revealed! As close can the show can go to implication without ''outright'' saying it: [[spoiler: They're Dead.]]
11th Sep '17 8:10:56 AM Rabbidking
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** "The Rickshank Rickdemption" manages to resolve the previous episode's CliffHanger in a stupendous way. [[spoiler: Rick manages to escape the Galactic Federation, destroying both them and the Council of Ricks in the process. Morty and Summer view the ruined dimension from "Rick Potion #9", and Beth divorces Jerry. Rick also reveals that he used the rescue of Summer and Morty as leverage to prevent Beth from kicking him out and getting her to divorce Jerry, leading to him having total freedom to do whatever he wants... though how serious he is about this is up for debate. Oh, and under Tammy's supervision, Birdperson is rebuilt as Phoenixperson.]] To top it all off, the episode was aired without warning on AprilFoolsDay.
** "The Ricklantis Mixup": [[spoiler: A Morty becomes the first democratically-elected president of the Citadel, rebuilding from its destruction back in "The Rickshank Rickdemption". Unbeknownst to all but one Morty (who is thrown out of an airlock before he can warn anybody), it's actually [[TheBusCameBack Evil Morty]] who has seized control of the Citadel.]]
30th Jul '17 8:19:14 PM GamerSlyRatchet
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** "For Whom the Bell Gods Toll" has three major events in it: King Julien dies and is later put on trial to get another shot at living, [[spoiler: the Bell Gods rescue Maurice from his fall and reveal themselves to be merely snails, and Mort's multiple personas and voices inside of his head are revealed to be versions of himself from across the multiverse that he has absorbed, making him stronger and being able to live longer.]]
10th Jun '17 6:34:50 PM mariofan1000
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** "Gramercy, Halberd!": Said murderer turns out to be Mother.
5th Jun '17 4:47:05 AM AlienCreator799
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** 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 wood. (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 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 wood.would. (Meaning, it was ''meant'' to be a Wham Episode with a ''huge'' Wham.)
29th May '17 12:20:40 PM BlackSpyro2000
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* Episode 22, "Simon Says", begins with a subtle one: while it never actually confirms anything, it '''strongly''' hints towards the popular fan theory that [[spoiler:[[BigBad Hawk Moth]] is actually Adrien's father, Gabriel Agreste]].

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* ** Episode 22, "Simon Says", begins with a subtle one: while it never actually confirms anything, it '''strongly''' hints towards the popular fan theory that [[spoiler:[[BigBad Hawk Moth]] is actually Adrien's father, Gabriel Agreste]].
29th May '17 12:12:38 PM BlackSpyro2000
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** Episode 22, "Princess Fragrance", starts off slowly by introducing the existence of a mysterious "healer" who is able to cure Tikki's mysterious sickness. This initially seems downplayed, since he seems to be in the dark about what's actually going on...until the end of his scene, in which he reveals that [[spoiler:he knows Marinette is Ladybug]]. And he shows up in the endcard, just in case we didn't realize he was important.
** Episode 23, "Simon Says", has a subtle one: while it never actually confirms anything, it '''strongly''' hints towards the popular fan theory that [[spoiler:[[BigBad Hawk Moth]] is actually Adrian's father, Gabriel Agreste]].
** Episode 24, "Volpina", blows all both previous examples out of the water. [[spoiler:We (and Adrian) find out that Gabriel is researching the Miraculouses (and in fact ''has'' one- the Peacock Miraculous in his safe); we get several intriguing hints about the lore surrounding the Miraculouses (including the never-before-seen Fox Miraculous, whose existence is only now being revealed); the Akuma victim, Lila, storms off without forgiving Ladybug, with Hawk Moth ominously hinting that Ladybug and Cat Noir haven't seen the last of her; and the episode ends with Marinette going off to the same old man from Episode 22 (now revealed to be the "Great Guardian", whatever that means) to learn the secrets of the Miraculouses.]]
** And this is finally topped off with Episodes 25 and 26, "Origins": a WholeEpisodeFlashback to when Marinette and Adrian first got their Miraculouses. It gives too much new lore about the Miraculouses and Akuma to list here; suffice it to say, it shook up a LOT of headcanons.

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* Episode 22, "Simon Says", begins with a subtle one: while it never actually confirms anything, it '''strongly''' hints towards the popular fan theory that [[spoiler:[[BigBad Hawk Moth]] is actually Adrien's father, Gabriel Agreste]].
** Episode 22, 23, "Princess Fragrance", starts off continues slowly by introducing the existence of a mysterious "healer" who is able to cure Tikki's mysterious sickness. This initially seems downplayed, since he seems to be in the dark about what's actually going on...until the end of his scene, in which he reveals that [[spoiler:he knows Marinette is Ladybug]]. And he shows up in the endcard, just in case we didn't realize he was important.
** Episode 23, "Simon Says", has a subtle one: while it never actually confirms anything, it '''strongly''' hints towards the popular fan theory that [[spoiler:[[BigBad Hawk Moth]] is actually Adrian's father, Gabriel Agreste]].
** Episode 24, "Volpina", blows all both previous examples out of the water. [[spoiler:We (and Adrian) Adrien) find out that Gabriel is researching the Miraculouses (and in fact ''has'' one- the Peacock Miraculous in his safe); we get several intriguing hints about the lore surrounding the Miraculouses (including the never-before-seen Fox Miraculous, whose existence is only now being revealed); the Akuma victim, Lila, storms off without forgiving Ladybug, with Hawk Moth ominously hinting that Ladybug and Cat Noir haven't seen the last of her; and the episode ends with Marinette going off to the same old man from Episode 22 (now revealed to be the "Great Guardian", whatever that means) Guardian") to learn the secrets of the Miraculouses.]]
** And this is finally topped off with Episodes 25 and 26, "Origins": a WholeEpisodeFlashback to when Marinette and Adrian Adrien first got their Miraculouses. It gives too much new lore about the Miraculouses and Akuma to list here; suffice it to say, it shook up a LOT of headcanons.
18th May '17 1:36:04 AM mariofan1000
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** "No Good Deed": Woodhouse is revealed to be dead, and while Archer survived the previous episode, it put him in a coma. The rest of the season follows his [[AdventuresInComaland coma dream]] that he's a 1940's FilmNoir detective.

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** "No Good Deed": Woodhouse is revealed to be dead, and while Archer survived the previous episode, it put him in a coma. The rest of the season follows his [[AdventuresInComaland coma dream]] that he's a 1940's FilmNoir detective.detective, trying to investigate the murder of Woodhouse.
** "Gramercy, Halberd!": Said murderer turns out to be Mother.
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