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20th Jan '17 6:19:02 AM dannylightninglightner
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** Possibly intentional example from "Cheer Up Pops." The joke of Pops being horrified when his friends cut into a cake (which oozes red filling) that resembles his head? Darkly humorous upon watching initially. After watching the finale, though? Quite possibly the most morbid joke in the series.
20th Jan '17 5:30:44 AM dannylightninglightner
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** In an incredibly creepy example of foreshadowing, or just one heck of a coincidence, Pops, in the fourth Halloween special, is [[spoiler: sacrificed to a giant hole in his own scary story]]. In addition to this, in his segment, he's dressed as [[spoiler: the sun. In the finale, he dies via incineration by a star]].


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* TheWoobie: Pops. Easily the most sensitive and vulnerable character in the show, and the one who is the most easily provoked to tears. Especially after the finale, in which he [[spoiler: dies to save all of his friends]]. Someone give that man a hug.
19th Jan '17 9:53:54 PM notShemp
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** Same for Eileen in season 8. She goes into space and joins the main cast, yet she retains her SatelliteCharacter status and practically has no purpose in the plot which gets lampshaded in "Meet the Seer". WordOfGod revealed that she originally wasn't going to go to space at first, but they adore her so much that they added her and wanted to see where her relationship with Rigby would go.

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** Same for Eileen in season 8. She goes into space and joins the main cast, yet she retains her SatelliteCharacter status and practically has no purpose in the plot plot, which gets lampshaded in "Meet the Seer". WordOfGod revealed that she originally wasn't going to go to space at first, but they adore her so much that they added her and wanted to see where her relationship with Rigby would go.
19th Jan '17 9:53:27 PM notShemp
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** Same for Eileen in season 8. She goes into space and joins the main cast, yet she retains her SatelliteCharacter status and practically has no purpose in the plot.

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** Same for Eileen in season 8. She goes into space and joins the main cast, yet she retains her SatelliteCharacter status and practically has no purpose in the plot.plot which gets lampshaded in "Meet the Seer". WordOfGod revealed that she originally wasn't going to go to space at first, but they adore her so much that they added her and wanted to see where her relationship with Rigby would go.
18th Jan '17 8:15:48 PM Lionheart0
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** The ending to Recap/RegularShowS06E28DumpedAtTheAlter takes an even more bitter turn when you realize [[spoiler: that's literally CJ's last major appearance in the show. While she still makes a couple of cameos afterwards, she seemingly never actually makes up with Mordecai.]]
18th Jan '17 5:25:08 PM cartoonfan945
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** The recent deaths of Carrie Fisher and Debbie Reynolds can be seen as this, as [[spoiler: both Pops and his adoptive father died at the end]].
17th Jan '17 6:46:07 PM thetoonamirose
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*** Techmo; for his cool design and the one-and-only Steve Blum providing his voice.

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*** Techmo; ** Techmo for his cool design and the one-and-only Steve Blum providing his voice.
17th Jan '17 6:39:40 PM thetoonamirose
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*** Techmo; for his cool design and the one-and-only Steve Blum providing his voice.



** Watching [[spoiler: the parts of the montage where Pops' birth and childhood are depicted can come off as pretty chilling]] once you see the finale, since it gives off the vibe that [[spoiler: we've seen his entire life all the way to his death]].
**Speaking of the finale, Muscle Man [[spoiler: thinking he almost killed Pops]] in "Prankless" is even more heartbreaking.



* RonTheDeathEater: CJ is a perfectly nice girl who has a lot in common with Mordecai and only gets angry when she either fears for Mordecai or has had her heart broken by him inadvertently. Unfortunately people tend to dislike her due to her fiery temper even if she did nothing to deserve what's been done to her.

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* RonTheDeathEater: CJ RonTheDeathEater:
**CJ
is a perfectly nice girl who has a lot in common with Mordecai and only gets angry when she either fears for Mordecai or has had her heart broken by him inadvertently. Unfortunately people tend to dislike her due to her fiery temper even if she did nothing to deserve what's been done to her.her.
** On the flip side of the shipping coin, Margret gets demonized as a siren who dares threaten CJ and Mordecai's relationship.
17th Jan '17 8:22:02 AM MyLittleXero
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* TheyWastedAPerfectlyGoodPlot: Near the end of season 7 a sub plot formed of Mordecai wanting to either become a pilot or open an airport but by season 8(the final season) nothing comes of that.
17th Jan '17 7:42:54 AM smalltime
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* FunnyAneurysmMoment: "Don" bears some similarities to the series finale. [[spoiler: Just like Pops, Rigby has to hug his brother to prevent everything from being erased.]]
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