History WhatHappenedToTheMouse / WesternAnimation

27th Jan '18 9:20:59 AM SeizureFerret
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* In the U.S. Acres segment "An Egg-citing Story" of ''WesternAnimation/GarfieldAndFriends'' in the flashback to Booker and Sheldon's origin story three other chicks are shown with them, two of which are initially bullies to Sheldon but learn to except him after he saves them from the Weasel, those chicks are never seen again outside of the flashback.

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* In the U.S. Acres segment "An Egg-citing Story" of ''WesternAnimation/GarfieldAndFriends'' in the flashback to Booker and Sheldon's origin story three other chicks are shown with them, two of which are initially bullies to Sheldon but learn to except accept him after he saves them from the Weasel, those chicks are never seen again outside of the flashback.
27th Jan '18 8:40:23 AM SeizureFerret
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* The original Chipette from ''Franchise/AlvinAndTheChipmunks''. Charlene was introduced one year before the others in 1982. She has a resemblance to Brittany and sung a duet with Alvin in "You're The One That I Want". She was phased out when the other Chipette's were introduced. An unnamed chipmunk in the ''Rockin' Through The Decades'' special greatly resembles Charlene but has never been officially identified as her.

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* The original Chipette from ''Franchise/AlvinAndTheChipmunks''. Charlene was introduced one year before the others in 1982. She has a resemblance to Brittany and sung a duet with Alvin in "You're The One That I Want". She was phased out when the other Chipette's Chipettes were introduced. An unnamed chipmunk in the ''Rockin' Through The Decades'' special greatly resembles Charlene but has never been officially identified as her.
30th Nov '17 12:32:58 AM Arivne
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** Speaking of "Revved Up", after the race for Robin's special suitcase, he opens it for his friends just before the end of the episode(the content's of the suitcase remain a mystery to the audience).

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** Speaking of "Revved Up", after the race for Robin's special suitcase, he opens it for his friends just before the end of the episode(the episode (the content's of the suitcase remain a mystery to the audience).
30th Nov '17 12:24:10 AM Arivne
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** In the episode Disappearing Inque, Inque is betrayed by one of her customers and severely wounded, enlists the aid of her spendthrift daughter to steal the mutagen required for her to heal, then in turn is betrayed by ''her'', this time fatally, so she could get at Inque's massive bank account. The episode ends with an unfriendly confrontation between Batman and the daughter which '''very''' strongly hints that Inque will someday return and seek vengeance. ("Why should I care? She's dead." "She's been dead before.") Aside from a brief appearance in an out-of-sequence Superman crossover episode, Inque never showed up again.

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** In the episode Disappearing Inque, "Disappearing Inque", Inque is betrayed by one of her customers and severely wounded, enlists the aid of her spendthrift daughter to steal the mutagen required for her to heal, then in turn is betrayed by ''her'', this time fatally, so she could get at Inque's massive bank account. The episode ends with an unfriendly confrontation between Batman and the daughter which '''very''' strongly hints that Inque will someday return and seek vengeance. ("Why should I care? She's dead." "She's been dead before.") Aside from a brief appearance in an out-of-sequence Superman crossover episode, Inque never showed up again.
30th Nov '17 12:21:28 AM Arivne
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* The ''WesternAnimation/AmericanDad'' episode "Hurricane!" has news reporter Greg get sucked up into the sky by the eponymous hurricane. A later scene has his boyfriend asking people if they've seen him, but it's not revealed whether he survived or if the storm killed him. Seeing as how he appears in the following episodes, he has in fact survived.

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The ''WesternAnimation/AmericanDad'' episode "Hurricane!" has news reporter Greg get sucked up into the sky by the eponymous hurricane. A later scene has his boyfriend asking people if they've seen him, but it's not revealed whether he survived or if the storm killed him. Seeing as how he appears in the following episodes, he has in fact survived.
21st Nov '17 3:24:34 AM HeroicJay
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** The reason? Until the [[UnCanceled fourth]] [[PostScriptSeason season]], the producers said the show only had "continuity by accident". Despite the odd ContinuityNod, [[NegativeContinuity the board was reset for every episode]] -- [[CollapsingLair evil lairs destroyed]], [[CardboardPrison villains sent to jail]], [[AesopAmnesia lessons learnt]]: all undone for the next time they were needed. One episode ends with a army of monkey ninjas pledging their loyalty to Ron, never to be seen again.

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** The reason? Until the [[UnCanceled fourth]] [[PostScriptSeason season]], the producers said the show only had "continuity by accident". Despite the odd ContinuityNod, [[NegativeContinuity the board was reset for every episode]] -- [[CollapsingLair evil lairs destroyed]], [[CardboardPrison villains sent to jail]], [[AesopAmnesia lessons learnt]]: all undone for the next time they were needed. needed.
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One episode ends with a army of monkey ninjas pledging their loyalty to Ron, never to be seen again.again. Amazingly, the reason ''why'' they pledged their loyalty to Ron (which, at the time, was treated as a one-off joke) turned out to be a significant recurring plot element that even played a major role in the finale, but Ron still doesn't have the loyal monkey flunkies.
13th Nov '17 3:34:53 PM Excelsior123
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* In the ''WesternAnimation/ReadyJetGo'' episode "Beep and Boop's Game", the DSA scientists want to know if a mountain on Mars is really a volcano. By the end of the episode, we never do find out if it was a volcano or not.
29th Sep '17 5:08:28 PM Sonofstranger
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*** Chit Sang, the prisoner from "The Boiling Rock", never reappears after the same bus ride in "The Southern Raiders", unlike the previous three, who came BackForTheFinale. It's equally probable that he got thrown back in prison, or that he [[ScrewThisImOuttaHere made himself scarce]].


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*** Toph's father mentions in ''The Rift'' that they returned without her, implying that they somehow escaped.


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*** She returns as the main antagonist of ''Smoke and Shadows'', but manages to escape again.
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.
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