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13th Jan '16 7:59:28 PM Doug86
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** The episode "The Snuke" is a parody of ''TwentyFour,'' with part of the plot involving Hilary Clinton having a nuke implanted in her body. While the other characters manage to stop the terrorists who planned to detonate it, the plotline of her having it removed doesn't get resolved. This may be intentional, given how much ''24'' used this trope themselves.
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** The episode "The Snuke" is a parody of ''TwentyFour,'' ''Series/TwentyFour,'' with part of the plot involving Hilary Clinton having a nuke implanted in her body. While the other characters manage to stop the terrorists who planned to detonate it, the plotline of her having it removed doesn't get resolved. This may be intentional, given how much ''24'' used this trope themselves.
20th Dec '15 1:22:12 PM luiz4200
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* ''WesternAnimation/DastardlyAndMuttleyInTheirFlyingMachines'': At the beginning of "A Plain Shortage of Planes", Dastardly's and Klunk's planes are destroyed when Muttley makes Zilly's crash into them and it kickstarts a plot about the lack of available planes for the Vulture Squadron. However, Muttley's plane wasn't damaged and it's never been confirmed Zilly's was. Neither plane has even been mentioned for the rest of the episode.
9th Dec '15 2:23:04 PM CutieTabootie
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* At the end of the ''[[WesternAnimation/KaBlam Life With Loopy]]'' short "Larry's Girl", Larry starts dating a girl at his school, Stacey, [[BirdsOfAFeather from their mutual interest in]] [[ShowWithinAShow The Charlie Chicken Show]]. She is never seen nor mentioned again for the remainder of the series. **At the end of "Goldfish Ghost", [[ItMakesSenseInContext a stray cat finds the ghost of Loopy's goldfish and starts chasing after him.]] After the fish gets away, Loopy notices how hungry the cat was, feeds it, and appears to take it in as her new pet. The cat is never seen after the episode, nor is it mentioned. However in the final episode, "Rock 'N Roll Loopy", a litterbox can be seen briefly in one scene which may imply they still own the cat.
1st Dec '15 5:36:56 PM PurrElise
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* In ''WesternAnimation/ThePrinceAndThePauper1995'' Tom's father vanishes halfway through the film and is never mentioned again, making him this and a KarmaHoudini.
9th Nov '15 12:06:31 AM JoeMerl
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** The episode "Coon vs. Coon and Friends" was really bad about this. The two previous episodes featured Tony Hayward and Captain Hindsight playing significant roles, but they don't appear in the finale or are even mentioned. There were also interdimensional beings besides Cthluthu who appeared in the first episode but were simply forgotten. *** Captain Hindsight removed his own powers in the previous episode. Not much of a reason for him to be around after that. ** Tweek becomes the "new Kenny" (translation: fourth main character) for the second part of season six. At the start of the third part, the Boys were inexplicably back to 3, despite the fact that an entire episode was dedicated to removing the previous fourth friend (who is still the fourth most important character to this day) and finding a replacement. Not only that, but Tweek is reduced to a LivingProp by the end of the season, made even weirder by the fact that some of the tertiary boys (or one-off in the case of Jimmy) became secondary characters afterwards. ** "The Poor Kid" begins with Kenny and his rarely-seen siblings, Kevin and Karen, being taken into foster care. We follow Kenny and Karen throughout the rest of the episode, but Kevin disappears--they don't even throw in a line about him going to a different foster home or anything. ** The episode "The Snuke" is a parody of ''TwentyFour'' where Cartman believes that some Muslim neighbors are terrorists, and his quest to prove them as such leads him discovering ''real'' terrorists who have planted a suitcase nuke inside Hilary Clinton (the titular "snuke"). When the rest of the government discovers it they send an expert to diffuse the bomb, but he is killed and the last we see of Hilary Clinton in the episode the bomb is still inside her with no resolution as to whether it was removed/disamred or not. Given how ''24'' was infamous for pulling this trope all the time, the use here was more than likely an intentional part of the parody.
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** The episode "Coon vs. Coon and Friends" was really bad about this. The two previous episodes featured Tony Hayward and Captain Hindsight playing significant roles, but they don't appear in the finale or are even mentioned. (Hindsight removed his superpowers, but the last scene with him implies he regrets that decision, which seemed like it would lead to him getting them back.) There were also interdimensional beings besides Cthluthu who appeared in the first episode but were simply forgotten. *** Captain Hindsight removed his own powers in the previous episode. Not much of a reason for him to be around after that. ** Tweek becomes the "new Kenny" (translation: fourth main character) for the second part of season six. At the start of the third part, the Boys were inexplicably back to 3, despite the fact that an entire three. Somewhat justified since Cartman said they were thinking about firing him in his last episode as "the new Kenny," but there was dedicated a whole episode devoted to removing the previous fourth friend (who is still the fourth most important firing Butters, who continued to be a main character to this day) and finding a replacement. Not only that, but while Tweek is reduced to a LivingProp by the end of the season, made even weirder by the fact that some of the tertiary boys (or one-off in the case of Jimmy) became secondary characters afterwards. was DemotedToExtra. ** "The Poor Kid" begins with Kenny and his rarely-seen siblings, Kevin and Karen, being taken into foster care. We follow Kenny and Karen throughout the rest of the episode, but Kevin disappears--they don't even throw in a line about him going to a different foster home family or anything. ** The episode "The Snuke" is a parody of ''TwentyFour'' where Cartman believes that some Muslim neighbors are terrorists, and his quest ''TwentyFour,'' with part of the plot involving Hilary Clinton having a nuke implanted in her body. While the other characters manage to prove them as such leads him discovering ''real'' stop the terrorists who have planted a suitcase nuke inside Hilary Clinton (the titular "snuke"). When planned to detonate it, the rest plotline of the government discovers it they send an expert to diffuse the bomb, but he is killed and the last we see of Hilary Clinton in the episode the bomb is still inside her with no resolution as to whether having it was removed/disamred or not. Given removed doesn't get resolved. This may be intentional, given how much ''24'' was infamous for pulling used this trope all the time, the use here was more than likely an intentional part of the parody.themselves.
23rd Oct '15 7:59:17 AM Landis
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Whatever happened to those clones of June's friends? We see Ophelia's clone shopping at the same music store as the original but what happened to the others? * ''WesternAnimation/TheLifeAndTimesOfJuniperLee'': Whatever happened to those clones of June's friends? We see Ophelia's clone shopping at the same music store as the original but what happened to the ** Whatever happened to those clones of June's friends? We see Ophelia's clone shopping at the same music store as the original but what happened to the others?
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Whatever happened to those clones of June's friends? We see Ophelia's clone shopping at the same music store as the original but what happened to the others? * ''WesternAnimation/TheLifeAndTimesOfJuniperLee'': Whatever happened to those clones of June's friends? We see Ophelia's clone shopping at the same music store as the original but what happened to the ** Whatever happened to those clones of June's friends? We see Ophelia's clone shopping at the same music store as the original but what happened to the others?
2nd Oct '15 11:13:09 PM OffTheDeepEnd
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* ''WesternAnimation/SagwaTheChineseSiameseCat'': Ping-Wing the pigeon, the magistrate's pet, completely vanished after her first appearence.
30th Sep '15 4:37:55 PM Shadoboy
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** At the end of "Two Bad Neighbors" former President Gerald Ford becomes Homer's new neighbor and they discover that they have a lot in common. He is never seen again afterwards.
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** At the end of "Two Bad Neighbors" former President Gerald Ford becomes Homer's new neighbor and they discover that they have a lot in common. He Other than a picture of them together that Homer shows [[CosmicPlaything Frank Grimes]], he is never seen again afterwards.
30th Sep '15 4:34:42 PM Shadoboy
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** On a similar, but minor vein, the half-greyhound half-poodle puppy Krusty gets from the Simpsons has yet to be seen again.
22nd Aug '15 7:33:53 AM Silverblade2
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resolved in "Do Princesses Dream of Magic Sheep?"
*** Where did Owlowicious go after he flew away before Twilight started fighting Tirek? Did he go back to live in Twilight's castle or did he just fly away?
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