History WhatHappenedToTheMouse / WesternAnimation

29th Aug '17 2:27:42 AM ImpudentInfidel
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** [[Recap/StarWarsRebelsS3E09VisionsAndVoices "Visions and Voices"]]: [[spoiler:Maul]] tracks Kanan and Ezra back to Atollon, the site of the rebels' base, and avoids being killed by stating he's placed a beacon with a DeadManSwitch somewhere on the planet to alert the Empire if he's killed or injured. This beacon is never brought up for the rest of the season, not even to say it had been removed.

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** [[Recap/StarWarsRebelsS3E09VisionsAndVoices "Visions and Voices"]]: [[spoiler:Maul]] tracks Kanan and Ezra back to Atollon, the site of the rebels' base, and avoids being killed by stating he's placed a beacon with a DeadManSwitch somewhere on the planet to alert the Empire if he's killed or injured. This beacon is never brought up for the rest of the season, not even to say it had been removed. [[spoiler: It's rendered irrelevant at the end of the season when the Empire finds them by other means.]]
24th Aug '17 6:52:15 PM Kapow
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** An unimportant, yet notable one occurs in the episode ''Boyz Crazy'', [[spoiler:where Wendy suffers a nasty breakup with Robbie [[RealityEnsues and becomes mad at Dipper for asking her out for bowling shortly after]]]]. While the ending implies that [[spoiler:She'll]] eventually forgive Dipper, such is never shown, mentioned, or even explained how as the two are immediately back on good terms in the episodes that followed.

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** An unimportant, yet notable one occurs in the episode ''Boyz Crazy'', [[spoiler:where Wendy suffers a nasty breakup with Robbie [[RealityEnsues and becomes mad at Dipper for asking her out for bowling shortly after]]]]. While the ending implies that [[spoiler:She'll]] [[spoiler:she'll eventually forgive Dipper, Dipper]], such is never shown, mentioned, or even explained how as the two are immediately back on good terms in the episodes that followed.
23rd Aug '17 12:37:44 PM Nadim
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** We never find out whether or not Chad was transformed into a Senior Citizombie in ''WesternAnimation/{{Operation ZERO}}'', although it is implied that this happened to him eventually.
12th Jul '17 5:50:02 PM Qaweldon
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** Another occurs in the season one episode ''Boyz Crazy'', [[spoiler:where Wendy suffers a nasty breakup with Robbie [[RealityEnsues and becomes mad at Dipper for asking her out to bowling shortly after]].]] While the ending implies that [[spoiler:She'll]] eventually forgive Dipper, such is never shown, explained, or even mentioned since the two are on good terms again in the episodes that followed.

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** Another An unimportant, yet notable one occurs in the season one episode ''Boyz Crazy'', [[spoiler:where Wendy suffers a nasty breakup with Robbie [[RealityEnsues and becomes mad at Dipper for asking her out to for bowling shortly after]].]] after]]]]. While the ending implies that [[spoiler:She'll]] eventually forgive Dipper, such is never shown, explained, mentioned, or even mentioned since explained how as the two are immediately back on good terms again in the episodes that followed.
11th Jul '17 4:55:59 PM Qaweldon
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* ''WesternAnimation/GravityFalls'', as a mystery series, has surprisingly few of these.
** We also never find out what happened to Blendin. He is last seen escaping from Bill Cipher and then just disappears. He doesn't even appear in the background in the final episode. Presumably he just escaped to the future.

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* ''WesternAnimation/GravityFalls'', as despite being a mystery series, has surprisingly has a few of these.
** We also never find out what happened to Blendin. He is last seen escaping from Bill Cipher and then just disappears. He doesn't even appear in the background in the final episode. Presumably he just escaped to the future.
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** We also never find out what happened to Blendin. He is last seen escaping from Bill Cipher and then just disappears. He doesn't even appear in the background in the final episode. Presumably he just escaped to the future.
** In fact, Weirdmageddon was directly caused by Mabel being tricked by Bill Cipher possessing Blendin. None of the other characters ever find this out and it's never brought up again. Not even Journal 3 addresses this.
** Another occurs in the season one episode ''Boyz Crazy'', [[spoiler:where Wendy suffers a nasty breakup with Robbie [[RealityEnsues and becomes mad at Dipper for asking her out to bowling shortly after]].]] While the ending implies that [[spoiler:She'll]] eventually forgive Dipper, such is never shown, explained, or even mentioned since the two are on good terms again in the episodes that followed.
11th Jul '17 9:01:35 AM JoeMerl
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** "Returning Japanese" had a subplot where Luanne, watching over Ladybird while the rest of the Hills were out in Japan, thinks that she had died and gets a new, identical bloodhound. However, upon attempting to transfer Ladybird's collar to the new bloodhound, she jumps up and Luanne soon gets confused as to which one was the original Ladybird. The closest thing this got to any resolution was Luanne walking both of the dogs (using color-coded collars) and thinking of using the excuse that she learned cloning. The other bloodhound is not mentioned in any later episodes.
** In the season 12 episode "Untitled Blake [=McCormack=] Project," Joseph meets a new girl named Kate and starts to find her attractive, only to learn that she is his half-sister (though both, along with Dale, remain in the dark about John Redcorn being the father). At the end of the episode, Kate and her mother move in with John Redcorn, but neither make a subsequent appearance.

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** "Returning Japanese" had a subplot where Luanne, watching over Ladybird while the rest of the Hills were out in Japan, thinks that she had died and gets [[ReplacementGoldfish a new, identical bloodhound. bloodhound]]. However, upon attempting to transfer Ladybird's collar to the new bloodhound, she Ladybird jumps up and Luanne soon gets confused as to which one was the original Ladybird. is which. The closest thing this got to any resolution was Luanne walking both of the dogs (using color-coded collars) and thinking of using the excuse that she learned cloning.cloning at community college. The other bloodhound is not mentioned in any later episodes.
** In the The season 12 episode "Untitled Blake [=McCormack=] Project," Joseph meets a new girl named Kate and starts to find her attractive, only to learn Project" reveals that she is his half-sister (though both, along with Dale, remain in the dark about John Redcorn being the father). At the end of the episode, Kate has another child with an old fling, who developed a friendship ([[SurpriseIncest and her mother move in budding romance]]) with Joseph. The episode ends with John Redcorn, Redcorn and the mom moving in together, but neither make a subsequent appearance.these characters are never seen again.
11th Jul '17 8:55:21 AM JoeMerl
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* ''WesternAnimation/GravityFalls'', as a mystery series, has surprisingly few of these, as most remaining plot threads were addressed in the GrandFinale in some fashion or covered in supplementary materials. However, [[OnlyKnownbyTheirNickname Dipper's real name is still unknown]], as is the reason why certain characters have their respective symbols (such as Pacifica Northwest being the Llama). The former was later revealed in the {{Defictionalization}} of Journal 3.
** We also never find out what happened to Blendin. He is last seen escaping from Bill Cipher and then just disappears. He doesn't even appear in the background in the final episode.
*** FridgeBrilliance: Who do you think taught the ancient cavemen about the prophecy in the first place?
** The Weirdmageddon was directly caused by Mabel being tricked by Bill Cipher possessing Blendin. None of the other characters ever find this out and it's never brought up again. Not even Journal 3 addresses this.
** Another occurs in the season one episode ''Boyz Crazy'', [[spoiler:where Wendy suffers a nasty breakup with Robbie [[RealityEnsues and becomes mad at Dipper for asking her out to bowling shortly after]].]] While the ending implies that [[spoiler:She'll]] eventually forgive Dipper, such is never shown, explained, or even mentioned since the two are on good terms again in the episodes that followed.

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* ''WesternAnimation/GravityFalls'', as a mystery series, has surprisingly few of these, as most remaining plot threads were addressed in the GrandFinale in some fashion or covered in supplementary materials. However, [[OnlyKnownbyTheirNickname Dipper's real name is still unknown]], as is the reason why certain characters have their respective symbols (such as Pacifica Northwest being the Llama). The former was later revealed in the {{Defictionalization}} of Journal 3.
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** We also never find out what happened to Blendin. He is last seen escaping from Bill Cipher and then just disappears. He doesn't even appear in the background in the final episode.
*** FridgeBrilliance: Who do you think taught
episode. Presumably he just escaped to the ancient cavemen about the prophecy in the first place?
** The Weirdmageddon was directly caused by Mabel being tricked by Bill Cipher possessing Blendin. None of the other characters ever find this out and it's never brought up again. Not even Journal 3 addresses this.
** Another occurs in the season one episode ''Boyz Crazy'', [[spoiler:where Wendy suffers a nasty breakup with Robbie [[RealityEnsues and becomes mad at Dipper for asking her out to bowling shortly after]].]] While the ending implies that [[spoiler:She'll]] eventually forgive Dipper, such is never shown, explained, or even mentioned since the two are on good terms again in the episodes that followed.
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11th Jul '17 8:50:50 AM JoeMerl
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** In "Double Dipper," Dipper makes numerous clones of himself to pull off a [[ObsessiveAreTheListMakers circuitous plan]] to dance with Wendy. Naturally, the clones eventually rebel and Dipper [[ExpendableClone destroys them]] [[KillItWithWater with water]]. However, the plan involved Clones #3 and #4 going into the woods, so they actually weren't there when the others died. This goes unaddressed until [[spoiler:the WhereAreTheyNowEpilogue in the GrandFinale, which shows them living happily in the woods, wearing raincoats for protection from a storm]].

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** In "Double Dipper," Dipper makes numerous clones of himself to pull off a [[ObsessiveAreTheListMakers [[ObsessedAreTheListMakers circuitous plan]] to dance with Wendy. Naturally, the clones eventually rebel and Dipper [[ExpendableClone destroys them]] [[KillItWithWater with water]]. However, the plan involved Clones #3 and #4 going into the woods, so they actually weren't there when the others died. This goes unaddressed until [[spoiler:the WhereAreTheyNowEpilogue in the GrandFinale, which shows them living happily in the woods, wearing raincoats for protection from a storm]].
11th Jul '17 8:50:07 AM JoeMerl
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** In "Double Dipper," Dipper makes numerous clones of himself to pull off a [[ObsessiveAreTheListMakers circuitous plan]] to dance with Wendy. Naturally, the clones eventually rebel and Dipper [[ExpendableClone destroys them]] [[KillItWithWater with water]]. However, the plan involved Clones #3 and #4 going into the woods, so they actually weren't there when the others died. This goes unaddressed until [[spoiler:the WhereAreTheyNowEpilogue in the GrandFinale, which shows them living happily in the woods, wearing raincoats for protection from a storm]].
12th Jun '17 7:09:32 PM Qaweldon
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** Another occurs in the season one episode ''Boyz Crazy'', [[spoiler:where Wendy suffers a nasty breakup with Robbie and becomes mad at Dipper for asking her out to bowling shortly after.]] While the ending implies that [[spoiler:She'll]] eventually forgive Dipper, such is never shown, explained, or even mentioned since the two are on good terms again in the episodes following.

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** Another occurs in the season one episode ''Boyz Crazy'', [[spoiler:where Wendy suffers a nasty breakup with Robbie [[RealityEnsues and becomes mad at Dipper for asking her out to bowling shortly after.after]].]] While the ending implies that [[spoiler:She'll]] eventually forgive Dipper, such is never shown, explained, or even mentioned since the two are on good terms again in the episodes following.that followed.
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