History WhatHappenedToTheMouse / WesternAnimation

4th Mar '17 1:20:29 PM DKW001
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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 is never seen again.

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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 is never seen showed up again.
4th Mar '17 3:47:15 AM DKW001
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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.") The daughter is never seen again, and, aside from a brief appearance in an out-of-sequence Superman crossover episode, neither is Inque.

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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.") The daughter is never seen again, and, aside Aside from a brief appearance in an out-of-sequence Superman crossover episode, neither Inque is Inque.never seen again.
4th Mar '17 3:46:24 AM DKW001
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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 ending, an unfriendly confrontation between Batman and the daughter '''very''' strongly hints that Inque will someday return and seek vengeance. ("Why should I care? She's dead." "She's been dead before.") The daughter is never seen again, and, aside from a brief appearance in an out-of-sequence Superman crossover episode, neither is Inque.

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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 ending, 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.") The daughter is never seen again, and, aside from a brief appearance in an out-of-sequence Superman crossover episode, neither is Inque.
4th Mar '17 3:45:52 AM DKW001
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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 ending, an unfriendly confrontation between Batman and the daughter '''very''' strongly hints that Inque will someday return and have her vengeance. ("Why should I care? She's dead." "She's been dead before.") The daughter is never seen again, and, aside from a brief appearance in an out-of-sequence Superman crossover episode, neither is Inque.

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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 ending, an unfriendly confrontation between Batman and the daughter '''very''' strongly hints that Inque will someday return and have her seek vengeance. ("Why should I care? She's dead." "She's been dead before.") The daughter is never seen again, and, aside from a brief appearance in an out-of-sequence Superman crossover episode, neither is Inque.
4th Mar '17 3:45:15 AM DKW001
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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 ending, an unfriendly confrontation between Batman and the daughter '''very''' strongly hints that Inque will someday return and have her vengeance. ("Why should I care? She's dead." "She's been dead before.") The daughter is never seen again, and, aside from a brief appearance in an out-of-sequence Superman crossover episode, neither is Inque.
19th Feb '17 8:31:50 PM Unicorndance
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* ''WesternAnimation/NinaNeedsToGo''
** In "Play", Nina is about to rehearse her line, but is distracted by a PottyEmergency. At the end, she cannot remember her line and [[ThrowItIn ad-libs]] by saying her CatchPhrase instead. We never find out what her actual line was.
** In "Train", the main characters are on a train. We never find out what their destination is.
** In "Library", we only hear the beginning and end of the story the librarian reads. Never the middle.
** In "D.I.Y.", Nina's dad is looking for paint in the hardware store. He finds some in the right colour but it spills all over him. We never find out if he got more paint.
19th Feb '17 8:23:41 PM Unicorndance
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* ''WesternAnimation/MarthaSpeaks''
** In the episode "Martha's Dirty Habit", [[TalkingAnimal Martha]] and Helen's dad Daniel Lorraine make a deal: if she gives up digging, he will give up snacking. The episode ends with Daniel still trying not to snack but wanting to, and in the next episode he's acting normally again. We never find out what became of Daniel and his plans to give up snacking.
** At the end of "There Goes the Neighbourhood", [[CuteKitten Kitten]] gets adopted. We never find out who adopted him, although we do know they live in the neighbourhood.
15th Feb '17 2:26:11 AM InfiniXtive
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** Played for laughs in "Stan's Night Out." Stan counts on an intelligent mouse named 'Cheesers' to rescue him from the bad guys, but the mouse runs away, apparently abandoning him. The scene ends with Stan presumably losing a leg because of that. Next time we see Stan, he is back at work and just fine. When his coworkers ask how he escaped, Stan reveals the mouse in his pocket. "Cheesers came back."
20th Jan '17 7:54:47 PM SteveMB
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** Many fans were curious what happened to Ron's short-lived interest Zita after only two appearances. She comes back in the finale without so much as a line, as a couple with fellow B-character Felix.

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** Many fans were curious what happened to Ron's short-lived interest Zita after only two appearances. She comes back in the finale without so much as a line, [[PairTheSpares as a couple with fellow B-character Felix.Felix]].
20th Dec '16 6:17:15 PM Demetrios
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** In "[[Recap/MyLittlePonyFriendshipIsMagicS2E21DragonQuest Dragon Quest]]," after her stubborn (and also hilarious) refusal to watch the dragon migration, Fluttershy [[OutOfFocus disappears from the episode entirely]], and is not seen or heard from again until [[Recap/MyLittlePonyFriendshipIsMagicS2E22HurricaneFluttershy the next one]] (considering she's the star of it).
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