History WhatHappenedToTheMouse / LiveActionTV

25th Feb '17 10:38:45 PM LinTaylor
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** The official sequel novel ''Kamen Rider Fourze: Ama High Graduation'' reveals that Fourze used [[SuperMode Cosmic States]] to rescue everyone left in the Dark Nebula shortly after the events of the TV series.
19th Feb '17 8:38:04 PM Unicorndance
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* Many DomCom programs featuring teenaged characters will sometimes be placed in "dating" episodes ... where the character and the boy/girlfriend seem to hit it off, and are still dating at the end of the episode. But come the next episode, the new boyfriend or girlfriend is nowhere to be seen. This is especially true in shows without a continuing story arc.

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* Many DomCom programs featuring teenaged characters will sometimes be placed in "dating" episodes ... where the character and the boy/girlfriend seem to hit it off, off and are still dating at the end of the episode. But come the next episode, the new boyfriend or girlfriend is nowhere to be seen. This is especially true in shows without a continuing story arc.arc.
* ''Series/TheAddamsFamily'' has the AmnesiaEpisode episode "Amnesia in the Addams Family", in which Gomez acquires amnesia from accidentally hitting himself on the head with a club. He is cured by [[spoiler: being chased by Fester, who ends up accidentally being hit on the head, being knocked out and in the process, knocking out Gomez and curing him. At the end, Uncle Fester can be heard saying, "Who's Fester?". He identifies as Fester in the next episode, so it's unknown how he got better, or if he was joking.]]
25th Jan '17 7:19:50 AM moloch
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* The main page quote refers to the fate of the Doctor's granddaughter Susan, his very first companion and ''only depicted blood relative'', whom he never does return to despite his promise to do so one day at the end of "[[Recap/DoctorWhoS2E2TheDalekInvasionOfEarth The Dalek Invasion of Earth]]". While various ExpandedUniverse stories have explored this issue over the decades, no ''canonical'' return has happened in the television series, so what became of her, whether she was affected by the Last Great Time War, etc. may forever be a mystery -- along with why audiences still haven't met ''other'' members of his family, in particular his first wife. While some of the questions below are also brought up/answered in the show's extensive ExpandedUniverse, aside from the telvision spinoffs next to none of those works are regarded as hard canon and many contradict each other, so they don't count.

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* The main page quote refers to the fate of the Doctor's granddaughter Susan, his very first companion and ''only depicted blood relative'', whom he never does return to despite his promise to do so one day at the end of "[[Recap/DoctorWhoS2E2TheDalekInvasionOfEarth The Dalek Invasion of Earth]]". While various ExpandedUniverse stories have explored this issue over she [[TheBusCameBack came back]] and met the decades, no ''canonical'' return has happened Eighth Doctor in the television series, BigFinishDoctorWho, she hasn't reappeared later in his life, so what became of her, her after that, whether she was affected by the Last Great Time War, etc. may forever be a mystery -- along with why audiences still haven't met ''other'' members of his family, in particular his first wife. While some of the questions below are also brought up/answered in the show's extensive ExpandedUniverse, aside from the telvision spinoffs next to none of those works are regarded as hard canon and many contradict each other, so they don't count.
20th Jan '17 1:32:35 PM LtFedora
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*** The last episode in which Carey appeared was "State of Flux," where he was being investigated for leaking technology to the Kazon. He was last seen being confined to his quarters for the duration of the investigation, inadvertently creating the impression that he was locked in his quarters the whole time.

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*** The last episode in which Carey appeared was "State of Flux," where he was being investigated for leaking technology to the Kazon. He was last seen being confined to his quarters for the duration of the investigation, inadvertently creating the impression that he was locked in his quarters for the whole time.last six years.
13th Jan '17 8:11:26 AM dangerdan97
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** The Goa'uld named Lord Zippacna, a minor noble working for the System Lords, shows up in two episodes. In his first appearance (remembered for the [[FashionVictimVillain atrocious costume]] he was wearing consisting of a hawaiian shirt and straw hat), he works for Apophis and his son Klorel. He tries to destroy the Tollan and fails. He's seen a few seasons later, working for Anubis, where he recruits Osiris to be [[TheDragon Anubis' Dragon]] and kills 90% of [[LaResistance the Tok'ra]], and after that, he's never seen again. A poison is unleashed on his troops on the planet, but as Zippacna was aboard his ship in orbit, even inferring his death seems to be unwarranted.

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** The Goa'uld named Lord Zippacna, a minor noble working for the System Lords, shows up in two episodes. In his first appearance (remembered for the [[FashionVictimVillain atrocious costume]] he was wearing consisting of a hawaiian shirt and straw hat), he works for Apophis and his son Klorel. He tries to destroy the Tollan and fails. He's seen a few seasons later, working for Anubis, where he recruits Osiris to be [[TheDragon Anubis' Dragon]] and kills 90% of [[LaResistance the Tok'ra]], and after that, he's never seen again. A poison is unleashed on his troops on the planet, but as Zippacna was aboard his ship in orbit, even inferring his death seems to be unwarranted. The only major long-term effect was to introduce the fan community to Creator/KevinDurand.
13th Jan '17 8:09:10 AM dangerdan97
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* In [[Recap/DoctorWhoS32E8LetsKillHitler "Let's Kill Hitler"]], the TARDIS team accidentally saves Hitler's life, and when he proves too annoying, is shoved into a cupboard and promptly forgotten. The rest of the episode is about River Song being badass.

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* In [[Recap/DoctorWhoS32E8LetsKillHitler "Let's Kill Hitler"]], the TARDIS team accidentally saves Hitler's life, and when he proves too annoying, is shoved into a cupboard and promptly forgotten. The rest of the episode is about River Song being badass. It's possible this is an intentional invocation of this trope, subverting expectations that the story would be yet another HitlersTimeTravelExemptionAct affair.
13th Jan '17 12:35:53 AM LtFedora
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*** The last episode in which Carey appeared was "State of Flux," where he was being investigated for leaking technology to the Kazon. He was last seen being confined to his quarters for the duration of the investigation, inadvertently creating the impression that he was locked in his quarters the whole time.
27th Dec '16 3:57:10 PM nombretomado
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** Considering the whole universe that the series and [[AshesToAshes its sequel]] is set in, Frank Morgan probably ended up [[FridgeLogic taking on a new face and calling himself Jim Keats]].

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** Considering the whole universe that the series and [[AshesToAshes [[Series/AshesToAshes its sequel]] is set in, Frank Morgan probably ended up [[FridgeLogic taking on a new face and calling himself Jim Keats]].
23rd Dec '16 2:33:28 AM ACW
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** In "[[Recap/MysteryScienceTheater3000S08E20SpaceMutiny Space Mutiny]]," Brain Guy brings CPA Mike Down to [[UsefulNotes/RomanEmpire Roman Times]]. He's not killed or even seriously hurt, but he's never seen again after the host segment he appears in. Presumably he's trapped in AncientGrome with no way back to the modern era, since [[CompleteMonster Pearl]] isn't exactly known for her helpfulness.

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** In "[[Recap/MysteryScienceTheater3000S08E20SpaceMutiny Space Mutiny]]," Brain Guy brings CPA Mike Down to [[UsefulNotes/RomanEmpire Roman Times]]. He's not killed or even seriously hurt, but he's never seen again after the host segment he appears in. Presumably he's trapped in AncientGrome with no way back to the modern era, since [[CompleteMonster Pearl]] Pearl isn't exactly known for her helpfulness.
18th Dec '16 6:01:41 PM WiddershinsDaughter
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** A minor one in season 2's "The Royale": The away team is trapped in the artificial reality of a 20th Century hotel from a pulp novel about a mobster, a copy of which they find in one of the rooms. Riker mentions that mobster Mickey D shows up towards the end and murders a bellboy, and sure enough, they actually witness that happen later on. He also mentions a subplot about a woman and her lover plotting to kill her husband, but that one never comes up again.

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** A minor one in season 2's "The Royale": The away team is trapped in the artificial reality of a 20th Century hotel from a pulp novel about a mobster, a copy of which they find in one of the rooms. Riker mentions that mobster Mickey D shows up towards the end and murders a bellboy, and sure enough, they actually witness that happen later on. He also mentions a subplot about a woman and her lover plotting to kill her husband, but that one never comes up again. Since the novel is supposed to be horrible (so horrible that the dead astronaut whose belongings it was found among felt that his survival in the novel's simulation was AFateWorseThanDeath), this is likely an example of StylisticSuck.
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