History WhatHappenedToTheMouse / WesternAnimation

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.
12th Jun '17 7:07:27 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.
13th May '17 5:49:55 AM tmustard
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* The ''WesternAnimation/AmericanDad'' episode "Hurricane!" has news reporter Greg get sucked up into the sky by the titular 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 titular 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.



** [[Recap/StarWarsRebelsS3E06IronSquadron "Iron Squadron"]] introduces the titular group of [[NaiveNewcomer naïve newcomers]], three teenagers and their astromech droid. The group was led by [[CommandingCoolness Commander Sato's]] nephew, his only living relative, and they were [[TheScrappy unpopular]]. They joined Phoenix Squadron at the end of the episode, and aren't seen or mentioned for the rest of season 3, which becomes ''especially'' jarring when [[spoiler:Sato ''[[HeroicSacrifice died]]'']] in the season 3 finale.

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** [[Recap/StarWarsRebelsS3E06IronSquadron "Iron Squadron"]] introduces the titular eponymous group of [[NaiveNewcomer naïve newcomers]], three teenagers and their astromech droid. The group was led by [[CommandingCoolness Commander Sato's]] nephew, his only living relative, and they were [[TheScrappy unpopular]]. They joined Phoenix Squadron at the end of the episode, and aren't seen or mentioned for the rest of season 3, which becomes ''especially'' jarring when [[spoiler:Sato ''[[HeroicSacrifice died]]'']] in the season 3 finale.
9th May '17 9:37:11 PM AthenaBlue
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** Separatist leaders Wat Tambor and Poggle the Lesser were last seen in Republic custody, despite the fact that they were free in ''Film/RevengeOfTheSith''. Poggle's case was answered in the novel ''[[Literature/StarWarsCatalyst Catalyst]]'', while Tambor appeared in the "Bad Batch" story reel out of Republic custody without explanation. WordOfGod was that [[BigBad Palpatine]] had Tambor transferred to a prison where the Separatists could break him out.
28th Apr '17 11:57:45 AM AthenaBlue
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** There's also the [[Recap/StarWarsTheCloneWarsS2E18TheZilloBeast Zillo]] [[Recap/StarWarsTheCloneWarsS2E19TheZilloBeastStrikesBack Beast]]. At the end of the two-parter in which it appears and is killed, [[BigBad Palpatine]] gives scientist Dr. Boll a datapad with orders to clone the Beast. The Season 2 DVD commentary stated that the creators were thinking of following up on this in season 7 or thereabouts, but the show was cancelled before it could get that far. And none of the stories the creators have revealed they had planned that were never made involve the Beast.

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** There's also the [[Recap/StarWarsTheCloneWarsS2E18TheZilloBeast Zillo]] [[Recap/StarWarsTheCloneWarsS2E19TheZilloBeastStrikesBack Beast]]. At the end of the two-parter in which it appears and is killed, [[BigBad Palpatine]] gives scientist Dr. Boll a datapad with orders to clone the Beast. The Season 2 DVD commentary stated that the creators were thinking of following up on this in season 7 or thereabouts, but the show was cancelled before it could get that far. And none of the stories the creators have far.
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revealed they had that the planned that were never made involve story where Ahsoka teamed up with Anakin and Obi-Wan to investigate a Sith temple far under the Beast.Jedi Temple on Coruscant would have involved the Zillo Beast, or possibly its clone, fighting monsters.
11th Apr '17 12:37:11 AM AthenaBlue
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** [[Recap/StarWarsRebelsS3E06IronSquadron "Iron Squadron"]] introduces the titular group of [[NaiveNewcomer naïve newcomers]], three teenagers and their astromech droid. The group was led by [[CommandingCoolness Commander Sato's]] nephew, his only living relative. They were [[TheScrappy unpopular]]. They joined Phoenix Squadron at the end of the episode, and don't appear for the rest of season 3. Their absence became especially jarring when [[spoiler:Sato ''[[HeroicSacrifice died]]'']] in the season 3 finale.

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** [[Recap/StarWarsRebelsS3E06IronSquadron "Iron Squadron"]] introduces the titular group of [[NaiveNewcomer naïve newcomers]], three teenagers and their astromech droid. The group was led by [[CommandingCoolness Commander Sato's]] nephew, his only living relative. They relative, and they were [[TheScrappy unpopular]]. They joined Phoenix Squadron at the end of the episode, and don't appear aren't seen or mentioned for the rest of season 3. Their absence became especially 3, which becomes ''especially'' jarring when [[spoiler:Sato ''[[HeroicSacrifice died]]'']] in the season 3 finale.


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11th Apr '17 12:33:35 AM AthenaBlue
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** [[Recap/StarWarsRebelsS2E17TheForgottenDroid "The Forgotten Droid"]]: The {{jerkass}} captain of the Imperial freighter Chopper and AP-5 steal is last seen being knocked out by Chopper on the ship. What happened to the freighter itself, as well as the captain, is unknown, although it's possible that he may be in rebel custody.
10th Apr '17 6:12:43 PM nombretomado
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** In the episode where the Griffin house gets possessed by poltergeists, Herbert the Pedophile fights back against a tree demon who is about to eat Chris and the two (Herbert and the tree) fall to their dooms after the tree splits the ground open. On the TV version, this counts as a "What Happened to the Mouse" moment because we never see Herbert or the tree for the rest of the episode. On the season four DVD, however, [[spoiler:there's an extra scene where, after Peter ditches the cursed skull in the trash as The Griffins drive away, Herbert and the tree come out of the hole and apologize to each other for fighting. Herb then invites the tree over to his house and asks him if he's a "giving tree" or a "receiving tree"]]. Apparently, [[MoralGuardians The FOX censors]] turned this BrickJoke into a WhatHappenedToTheMouse moment all because [[spoiler:they didn't approve of the anal sex joke implied in the "giving/receiving tree" line]], which is odd, because FOX let SethMacFarlane and co. get away with pedophilia jokes centered around him (and some that aren't), though according to DVD commentary, the FOX censors have always been wary about Herbert the Pedophile [[note]](particularly on the episode where Chris has to work for Herbert to pay off a broken window. There were a lot of scenes and lines of dialogue that the FOX censors asked [=MacFarlane=] and company to tone down or eliminate[[/note]]). This (from the episode "Petergeist") is just one of the many examples of how wary FOX is about him.

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** In the episode where the Griffin house gets possessed by poltergeists, Herbert the Pedophile fights back against a tree demon who is about to eat Chris and the two (Herbert and the tree) fall to their dooms after the tree splits the ground open. On the TV version, this counts as a "What Happened to the Mouse" moment because we never see Herbert or the tree for the rest of the episode. On the season four DVD, however, [[spoiler:there's an extra scene where, after Peter ditches the cursed skull in the trash as The Griffins drive away, Herbert and the tree come out of the hole and apologize to each other for fighting. Herb then invites the tree over to his house and asks him if he's a "giving tree" or a "receiving tree"]]. Apparently, [[MoralGuardians The FOX censors]] turned this BrickJoke into a WhatHappenedToTheMouse moment all because [[spoiler:they didn't approve of the anal sex joke implied in the "giving/receiving tree" line]], which is odd, because FOX let SethMacFarlane Creator/SethMacFarlane and co. get away with pedophilia jokes centered around him (and some that aren't), though according to DVD commentary, the FOX censors have always been wary about Herbert the Pedophile [[note]](particularly on the episode where Chris has to work for Herbert to pay off a broken window. There were a lot of scenes and lines of dialogue that the FOX censors asked [=MacFarlane=] and company to tone down or eliminate[[/note]]). This (from the episode "Petergeist") is just one of the many examples of how wary FOX is about him.
4th Apr '17 5:03:49 PM AthenaBlue
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* ''WesternAnimation/StarWarsTheCloneWars'' has Ahsoka Tano, who's a combination of this and "what ''will'' happen?" She's theoretically DoomedByCanon, but as of the season 5 finale she's alive, though she [[spoiler:leaves the Jedi Order]]. Her only season six appearance is in a dream.

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* ''WesternAnimation/StarWarsTheCloneWars'' has ''WesternAnimation/StarWarsTheCloneWars'':
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Ahsoka Tano, who's Tano is a combination of this and "what ''will'' happen?" She's theoretically DoomedByCanon, but as of the season 5 finale she's alive, though she [[spoiler:leaves the Jedi Order]]. Her only season six appearance is in a dream.



** Both questions are answered in the then-unplanned SequelSeries, ''WesternAnimation/StarWarsRebels''. [[spoiler:Ahsoka is revealed as the mysterious Fulcrum at the end of season 1, and goes MIA at the end of season 2. Maul appears at the end of season 2, and is KilledOffForReal by Obi-Wan Kenobi in the penultimate episode of season 3.]]



** Both questions are answered in the then-unplanned SequelSeries, ''WesternAnimation/StarWarsRebels''. [[spoiler:Ahsoka is revealed as the mysterious Fulcrum at the end of season 1, and goes MIA at the end of season 2. Maul appears at the end of season 2, and is KilledOffForReal by Obi-Wan Kenobi in the penultimate episode of season 3.]]
4th Apr '17 11:10:38 AM AthenaBlue
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** There's also the [[Recap/StarWarsTheCloneWarsS2E18TheZilloBeast Zillo]] [[Recap/StarWarsTheCloneWarsS2E19TheZilloBeastStrikesBack Beast]]. At the end of the two-parter in which it appears and is killed, [[BigBag Palpatine]] gives scientist Dr. Boll a datapad with orders to clone the Beast. The Season 2 DVD commentary stated that the creators were thinking of following up on this in season 7 or thereabouts, but the show was cancelled before it could get that far. And none of the stories the creators have revealed they had planned that were never made involve the Beast.

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** There's also the [[Recap/StarWarsTheCloneWarsS2E18TheZilloBeast Zillo]] [[Recap/StarWarsTheCloneWarsS2E19TheZilloBeastStrikesBack Beast]]. At the end of the two-parter in which it appears and is killed, [[BigBag [[BigBad Palpatine]] gives scientist Dr. Boll a datapad with orders to clone the Beast. The Season 2 DVD commentary stated that the creators were thinking of following up on this in season 7 or thereabouts, but the show was cancelled before it could get that far. And none of the stories the creators have revealed they had planned that were never made involve the Beast.
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