Created By: LoonyForMoony on October 7, 2011 Last Edited By: Arivne on April 23, 2013
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Married In The Future

Alternate universe/Flashforward trope denoting that two characters are now married.

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You've all seen it. It's the Alternate Universe episode, there's a flashforward, or we're rejoining the characters after a sizable amount of time has passed. Two characters who were previously only dating, were just friends, or hadn't met yet are now happily settled. For one reason or another it's not enough to demonstrate that they're involved in a stable relationship; the fact needs to be established that they are married. This is almost always achieved through an awkward aside, which generally goes along the lines of "That's why I / you married you / me", "You shouldn't have married me", etc. Very occasionally used without dialogue by including an otherwise gratuitous shot of a wedding photo.

This is a spoiler-heavy trope. Expect unmarked spoilers ahead.

Examples

Anime and Manga
  • Part of the point of the story Until Death Do Us Part is that the heroine, who is precognizant, saw a future where she was married to our main Anti-Hero, and she really wants that to come true.
  • In Tengen Toppa Gurren Lagann, the Anti-Spiral traps Team Dai-Gurren in a Lotus-Eater Machine called the "Alternate Space Labyrinth," in which they live out their hearts' inner desires (for example, Simon's fantasy is getting to tag along with with the already-Killed Off for Real Kamina much like they did in the beginning of the series, whereas Viral gets to realize his dream of having a family, which is impossible due to him being effectively immortal and Beastmen can't reproduce). One of these what-if scenarios (shown on a TV screen in this case) depicts Yoko and Kittan on their wedding day. What makes this so poignant is that, by that time in the series, Kittan had just died one or two episodes ago after giving a Last Kiss to Yoko. The implication is that, had Kittan not knowingly sacrificed himself to help the group escape from the Sea of Despair and things turned out differently in the battle against the Anti-Spiral, they might have become a couple for real. And then, in Kung-Fu Jesus Messianic Archetype fashion, the spirit of Kamina shows up to help all of the heroes break free. In Yoko's case, he's seen turning off the TV display of her and Kittan.

Comic Book
  • X-Factor
    • At one point, Layla Miller and Jamie Madrox]] had a conversation in which Layla (who is, more or less, a Seer) offhandedly said that they would be married in the future. Keep in mind that, at this point, Layla was eleven years old. Jamie laughed it off as a joke, but later, when Jamie visits the future...
    • It's later confirmed, when a grown-up Layla returns from the future, begins a romance with Jamie, and sure enough, they elope in Vegas.
  • The Legion of Super Heroes had an infamous "Adult Legion" story in 1967 showing that some characters were married in the future. The first pair married for real in 1974 and the second in 1978.
  • In Avengers Academy, a version of Reptyl travels back from a future where he and Finesse are married and have a daughter.
  • X-Men
    • In "Days of Future Past", Wolverine and Storm are a married couple.
    • In "The End", Beast and Cecilia Reyes are a married couple. So are Sam Guthrie and Lila Cheney.
  • In the final issue of the Extant saga in Justice Society of America, the narration is provided by a future Stargirl who implies she has married with Atom Smasher.
  • Archie Comics' Sonic the Hedgehog. In the "25 Years Later" arc, Tails is married to Mina Mongoose, Sonic is married to Sally Acorn, and Knuckles is unofficially married to Julie-Su. Other characters like Espio and Vector are shown with children, but the mothers are never mentioned.

Film
  • Back to the Future, Part II has Doc taking Marty and Jennifer into the future where she sees their future home and kids, but everything else sucks. In Part III, however, Marty manages to avert the event that lead to that timeline.

Literature

Live-Action TV
  • Star Trek: The Next Generation
    • In the Distant Finale portion it's revealed that Jean-Luc Picard and Beverly Crusher got married...and divorced.
    • When Worf visited an alternate universe he discovered that he had formed a relationship with Deanna there. When he returned to his universe he decided to pursue it.
  • Eureka
    • One episode has the cast thrown into an alternate universe, where Henry finds himself married to a woman he only knew for 3 minutes in the original universe,. Inverted, sort of, with Lupo, who was engaged to Zane in the original universe, but now completely uninvolved with him.
    • There was another instance where a future Eureka was threatened by Henry's actions in the past (yay Time Travel Tense Trouble) and Jack had to go back and fix it. In the future, he was married to Allison. Thanks to the fix, it now never happened.
  • Stargate Universe features an alternate universe video log where multiple characters find out who they marry and have kids with.
  • Between seasons two and three of Battlestar Galactica (Reimagined), the narrative skips a year, and we return to find that the complex Love Dodecahedron of seasons past has resolved itself into four marriages: Tyrol and Cally, Lee and Dualla, Kara and Sam, and Helo and Sharon. Only one makes it through two more seasons to the series finale.
  • Doctor Who
    • In a rather inexplicable example, the Doctor uses the final moments before his regeneration to visit various past companions, and finds Martha and Mickey years after their travels with the Doctor, fighting a Sontaran together - and married. This came across to some viewers as an uncomfortable instance of Pair the Spares, since Martha and Mickey were the only two dark-skinned companions in the revived series, and had never shown any noticeable interest in one another before. It is especially strange considering the fact that Martha had been established as having a fiance in one of her earlier appearances, and his disappearance from the narrative is never explained.
    • Amy and Rory are married in the fictional future of "Amy's Choice", several episodes before they get married for real.
    • River Song makes a comment like this about herself and the Doctor. Unlike most examples, we later actually see the wedding.
    • In the episode, "Hide", the Doctor meets a scientist and a psychic who are investigating a haunting, and discovers the "ghost" to actually be a time traveler stuck in a pocket universe. They rescue the girl, and at the end of the episode, the Doctor reveals the time traveler to be one of the scientist and psychic's descendants, even though they aren't married yet.
  • Supernatural
    • In an alternate timeline in one episode, Bobby is married to the long-dead Ellen. They're cute together.
    • "The French Mistake" uses the "wedding photo" method to demonstrate that Jared Padalecki is married to Genevieve Cortese, the actress who played Ruby 2.0
  • Fringe
    • Peter Bishop spends a week in the future, where he is married to his long-time Love Interest Olivia Dunham. It does not end well for Olivia, unfortunately. Come to think of it, it doesn't end well for anyone.
    • In the penultimate hour, when Olivia makes one last trip to the red-verse after being ambered for over 20 years and not aging, she reunites with Bolivia and Lincoln, who have aged normally and are now middle-aged, married, and have a son, going by their wedding rings and the family picture glimpsed on Bolivia's desk.
  • A Christmas-themed episode in Power Rangers Zeo, "A Season to Remember", involved a flash forward showing Tommy and Kat being married. Some shippers were not accepting of this development and tend to ignore it, although Word of God states that the event does happen. In fact, Catherine Sutherland (Kat's actor) has verified that she was in talks to appear in both Wild Force's "Forever Red" and Dino Thunder as Mrs. Oliver (the former was scrapped during rewrites while the latter fell through due to Sutherand's pregnancy at the time).
  • Charmed. In a Season 2 episode, the sisters travel ten years into the future where they discover that Piper and Leo had been married, had a daughter together, and then divorced during the ten intervening years. After returning to their own time, Piper and Leo do get married in Season 3, but the daughter and divorce never happen. Instead, they have two sons and are shown to still be happily married 30-40 years later in the series finale's Distant Future.
  • Heroes
    • In one of the futures that Peter Petrelli visits he finds Syler & Elle have hooked up & started a family. And Syler's a good guy.
    • Matt Parkman learns that in the future he and Daphne have gotten married, so he starts to pursue a relationship with her when he returns to the present for no other reason than he saw them together in the future.
  • Stargate SG-1. In "There But For the Grace of God" and "Point of View", Alt!Jack and Alt!Sam are engaged and married respectively. In "The Road Not Taken", Alt!Sam married Rodney McKay at one point but they divorced.
  • An episode of Star Trek: Voyager had Kes witness a future where she and Tom Paris were married and had children following "The Year of Hell" but ultimately it didn't happen this way partly because Kes retained her knowledge of the future and was able to warn the crew. By the time the "Year of Hell" actually happened Kes had left the ship and Tom later ended up marring B'lanna who had been killed in the original timeline.
  • In How I Met Your Mother ("Single Stamina"), Barney's brother James announces he's going to marry his boyfriend Tom. There's a flashforward to the future where the wedding takes place. In this flashforward, Marshall refers to Lily as to his wife, revealing to the viewers that they got married. (Not a big surprise, though.)
  • Babylon 5. Sheridan's temporal flash-forward in the season 3 two-part episode "War Without End" shows that, 17 years later, Sheridan had been married to Delenn, and they had a son named David. At the end of season 4 (about a year later), the two do get married.
  • Bones has Brennen and Booth as married nightclub owners in the Alternate Reality of the Season 4 finale. The episode has ALL of the characters from the show in vastly different roles from the norm.

Video Games
  • In Rival Schools, if you play through the ending where Roy becomes President of the USA, Tiffany is his future First Lady.

Webcomics
  • Girl Genius has this:
    Der Kestle: She was your ancetress, you know. So obviously it all worked out rather well.
  • In the final arc of the original Umlaut House Volair and Saundra's happily married future selves went back in time and resolved the UST between the present-day pair. Earlier their son had showed up but back then Saundra hadn't known that the timeline was fixed.

Western Animation
  • Futurama had an episode where Fry and Leela were married in an alternate universe.
  • In the Justice League, Hawkgirl and John Stewart briefly date and break up in the second season finale. Later, however, John travels into the future to discover that he and Hawkgirl apparently will have had a son, Rex "Warhawk" Steward (previously seen in Batman Beyond).
  • In a episode of The Adventures of Jimmy Neutron, Jimmy, Carl, and Sheen travel to a Bad Future where Libby becomes a tyrannical despot and rules over all of the world due to Carl accidentally giving her a megalomania-inducing perfume developed by Jimmy as a present for her birthday party. In this era, they meet an older Jimmy who is a Future Loser and married to Cindy, who doesn't seem all too thrilled by this and pretty much treats her hubby as harshly as she did in the past. Although Jimmy has his fair share of (depending on the episode) Ship Tease, Slap-Slap-Kiss, Belligerent Sexual Tension, and Unresolved Sexual Tension with Cindy, he does not take this development well. Eventually, the two hook up for real in the present, during the series finale.
  • Played with when the kids from Phineas and Ferb travel to the future, where Candace's daughter refers to Isabella as "Aunt Isabella." Isabella takes this to mean she marries Phineas (her long-time crush) in the future... until it's mentioned that she also could have married Ferb.
  • While we never actually see them married, in one episode of Captain Planet that involved Time Travel, Wheeler notes that some of the future planeteers look an awful lot like him and Linka. Linka is quick to pick up on the implication and dismisses it as impossible.
  • Once in DuckTales when Magicka deSpell sent Scrooge into the future he encountered a shapely Webigale and a slimmed down Doofus who tell him they've gotten married. When he gets back to his own time, he tells Doofus to take care of Webby, which causes her to have a disgusted reaction.
  • The Arthur PBS series sometimes shows glimpses into the future where it's hinted certain characters may be married. Arthur is shown being married to Francine. Then again, as the future hasn't happened yet, this could be speculation.
  • In an Imagine Spot on The Simpsons Lisa, despondent over the "Simpson gene" which will make her stupid, imagines herself in the future as trailer trash married to The Ditz.
  • In an episode of Alvin and the Chipmunks, Simon uses a video time machine to see what the outcome would be if Alvin accepts either a cash prize, or a mystery prize; in both sequences, each of The Chipmunks and their respective Chipette counterpart are married. In fact, Alvin and Brittany are also shown having two sons, both of whom are named, Alvin, Jr.

Community Feedback Replies: 60
  • October 7, 2011
    randomsurfer
    In the Star Trek The Next Generation Distant Finale portion it's revealed that Jean-Luc Picard and Beverly Crusher got married...and divorced.

    Needs a name that won't get cut. All "dialogy" trope names are in danger, and that goes double for ykttws.
  • October 7, 2011
    nman
    Is this related to any other tropes? Is there a trope where people are married in an AU or after a Time Skip? Does it have to be dialogue only

    Eureka has the cast thrown into an alternate universe, where Henry finds himself married to a woman he only knew for 3 minutes in the original universe,. Inverted, sort of, with Lupo, who was engaged to Zane in the original universe, but now completely uninvolved with him. Stargate Universe features an alternate universe video log where multiple characters find out who they marry and have kids with.
  • October 7, 2011
    Fanra
    • Futurama had an episode where Fry and Leela were married in an alternate universe.
    • Star Trek The Next Generation. When Worf visited an alternate universe he discovered that he had formed a relationship with Deanna there. When he returned to his universe he decided to pursue it.
  • October 7, 2011
    KingZeal
    • At one point, Layla Miller and Jamie Madrox had a conversation in which Layla (who is, more or less, a Seer) offhandedly said that they would be married in the future. Keep in mind that, at this point, Layla was eleven years old. Jamie laughed it off as a joke, but later, when Jamie visits the future...
      • It's later confirmed, when a grown-up Layla returns from the future, begins a romance with Jamie, and sure enough, they elope in Vegas.
  • October 7, 2011
    Koveras
    • In the Justice League, Hawkgirl and John Steward briefly date and break up in the second season finale. Later, however, John travels into the future to discover that he and Hawkgirl apparently will have had a son, Rex "Warhawk" Steward (previously seen in Batman Beyond).
  • October 7, 2011
    NoirGrimoir
    Don't know if this counts, but:

  • October 7, 2011
    LoonyForMoony
    Between Seasons Two and Three of the re-imagined Battlestar Galactica, the narrative skips a year, and we return to find that the complex Love Dodecahedron of seasons past has resolved itself into four marriages: Tyrol and Cally, Lee and Dualla, Kara and Sam, and Helo and Sharon. Only one makes it through two more seasons to the series finale.
  • October 7, 2011
    LoonyForMoony
    A rather inexplicable example from Doctor Who; the Doctor uses the final moments before his regeneration to visit various past companions, and finds Martha and Mickey years after their travels with the Doctor, fighting a Sontaran together - and married. This came across to some viewers as an uncomfortable instance of Pair The Spares, since Martha and Mickey were the only two dark-skinned companions in the revived series, and had never shown any noticeable interest in one another before. It is especially strange considering the fact that Martha had been established as having a fiance in one of her earlier appearances, and his disappearance from the narrative is never explained.
  • October 7, 2011
    LoonyForMoony
    In an alternate timeline in an episode of Supernatural, Bobby is married to the long-dead Ellen. They're cute together.

    The French Mistake uses the "wedding photo" method to demonstrate that Jared Padalecki is married to Genevieve Cortese, the actress who played Ruby 2.0
  • October 7, 2011
    KingZeal
    Nitpick: It's "John Stewart", not "Steward".
  • October 7, 2011
    elwoz
    Famously used in Cheers although, argh, I can't actually remember the characters' names or what the deal was.
  • October 7, 2011
    LuxExterior
    ^ Here's a wild guess: it was probably Sam Malone and Diane Something-Or-Other.

    For Live-Action TV:
    • On Fringe, Peter Bishop spends a week in the future, where he is married to his long-time Love Interest Olivia Dunham. It does not end well for Olivia, unfortunately. Come to think of it, it doesn't end well for anyone.
  • October 7, 2011
    randomsurfer
    ^Chambers.

    EDIT: In The Stinger of the episode where Diane leaves to write a book (when Shelley Long left the show) we see Sam & Diane many years later as an old married couple.
  • October 7, 2011
    Micah
    • Also in Doctor Who, Amy and Rory are married in the fictional future of "Amy's Choice", several episodes before they get married for real.
  • October 7, 2011
    arromdee
    The Legion Of Super Heroes had an infamous "Adult Legion" story in 1967 showing that some characters were married in the future. The first pair married for real in 1974 and the second in 1978.
  • October 8, 2011
    X2X
    Anime and Manga
    • In Tengen Toppa Gurren Lagann, the Anti-Spiral traps Team Dai-Gurren in a Lotus Eater Machine called the "Alternate Space Labyrinth," in which they live out their hearts' inner desires (for example, Simon's fantasy is getting to tag along with with the already-Killed Off For Real Kamina much like they did in the beginning of the series, whereas Viral gets to realize his dream of having a family, which is impossible due to him being effectively immortal and Beastmen can't reproduce). One of these what-if scenarios (shown on a TV screen in this case) depicts Yoko and Kittan on their wedding day. What makes this so poignant is that, by that time in the series, Kittan had just died one or two episodes ago after giving a Last Kiss to Yoko. The implication is that, had Kittan not knowingly sacrificed himself to help the group escape from the Sea of Despair and things turned out differently in the battle against the Anti-Spiral, they might have become a couple for real. And then, in Kung Fu Jesus Messianic Archetype fashion, the spirit of Kamina shows up to help all of the heroes break free. In Yoko's case, he's seen turning off the TV display of her and Kittan.

    Live Action TV

    Western Animation
  • October 8, 2011
    UglyShirts
  • October 8, 2011
    Arivne
    ^ @Ugly Shirts: According to our Handling Spoilers policy:

    "Spoiler tagging the name of the work is worse than useless."
  • October 8, 2011
    fulltimeD
    Fringe: Olivia and Peter are married in the future that Peter visits in the Season 3 Finale.
  • October 8, 2011
    Sackett
    This should be a trope with the standard "spoilers below" warning. No point in spoiling the entire example page.
  • October 8, 2011
    stupac85
    Charmed: In a Season 2 episode, the sisters travel ten years into the future where they discover that Piper and Leo had been married, had a daughter together, and then divorced during the ten intervening years. After returning to their own time, Piper and Leo do get married in Season 3, but the daugther and divorce never happen. Instead, they have two sons and are shown to still be happily married 30-40 years later in the series finale's Distant Future.
  • October 11, 2011
    UglyShirts
    @Arivne Apologies. It's just a fairly recent thing, so I didn't want to pee in the punch.
  • October 11, 2011
    TBeholder
    They Got Married Later? I remember it mostly as un-flashbacks.

    • Girl Genius has this:
      Der Kestle: She was your ancetress, you know. So obviously it all worked out rather well.
  • October 11, 2011
    nman
    Did the sponsor jump ship?
  • October 11, 2011
    randomsurfer
    • Heroes.
      • In one of the futures that Peter Petrelli visits he finds Syler & Elle have hooked up & started a family. And Syler's a good guy.
      • Matt Parkman learns that in the future he and Daphne have gotten married, so he starts to pursue a relationship with her when he returns to the present for no other reason than he saw them together in the future.
  • October 12, 2011
    Arivne
    ^^ The OP Loony For Moony last posted on October 7th, 5 days ago, so they may not have given up on it yet.

    Our Up For Grabs page says that a YKTTW can be considered abandoned after two months of inactivity.
  • October 12, 2011
    TooBah
    Played with when the kids from Phineas And Ferb travel to the future, where Candace's daughter refers to Isabella as "Aunt Isabella." Isabella takes this to mean she marries Phineas (her long-time crush) in the future... until it's mentioned that she also could have married Ferb.
  • October 12, 2011
    GreenMachine
    It's time travel, but does Back To The Future Part 2 count? It could technically be an alternate universe (and indeed, it is one by the end of the third part).
  • October 12, 2011
    Zsuzsa
    While we never actually see them married, in one episode of Captain Planet that involved time travel, Wheeler notes that some of the future planeteers look an awful lot like him and Linka. Linka is quick to pick up on the implication and dismisses it as impossible.
  • January 16, 2012
    Synchronicity
    • In Rival Schools, if you play through the ending where Roy becomes President of the USA, Tiffany is his future First Lady.
    • Fullmetal Alchemist has Winry and Ed get married in the end.
  • January 16, 2012
    Koveras
    Just Launch It Already, whoever is out there.
  • January 16, 2012
    NateTheGreat
    We need to differentiate between "alternate timelines have marriages that don't exist in the prime timeline" and "a possible future has marriages that could be results of events in the prime timeline." In this case, Picard and Crusher count because the scenes of them being ex-spouses in the future are interspersed with scenes of them being romantically friendly in the present. With Worf and Troi, there was an alternate event in the past that led to this alternate present.
  • January 16, 2012
    foxley
    In Avengers Academy, a version of Reptyl travels back from a future where he and Finesse are married and have a daughter.
  • January 16, 2012
    ParadiscaCorbasi
    • In X-Men, Days of Future Past, Wolverine and Storm are a married couple.
      • In X-Men The End, Beast and Cecilia Reyes are a married couple. So are Sam Guthrie and Lila Cheney.
  • February 14, 2013
    elwoz
    I am discarding this because, despite a great many examples, it has made no forward progress since January 2012, which is over a year ago now. If you bring it back, please consider rolling up the examples and taking responsibility for seeing it through to a launch.
  • February 15, 2013
    FantasyLiver
    I've decided to restore this because it seems like a decent trope.
  • February 15, 2013
    StarSword
    TV:
    • Stargate SG 1: In "There But For the Grace of God" and "Point of View", Alt!Jack and Alt!Sam are engaged and married respectively. In "The Road Not Taken", Alt!Sam married Rodney McKay at one point but they divorced.
  • February 15, 2013
    Waterlily
    I've never seen it but I've heard that this happens with Tommy and Kat on Mighty Morphin Power Rangers (to the neverending anger of Tommy/Kimberly shippers).

    I always thought that the Cheers scene was Sam's imagination. Would that count?
  • February 15, 2013
    IsaacSapphire
    Doctor Who: River Song makes a comment like this about herself and the Doctor. Unlike most examples, we later actually see the wedding.
  • February 16, 2013
    Darthcaliber
    An episode of Star Trek Voyager had Kes witness a future where she and Tom Paris were married and had children following "The Year of Hell" but ultimately it didn't happen this way partly because Kes retained her knowledge of the future and was able to warn the crew. By the time the "Year of Hell" actually happened Kes had left the ship and Tom later ended up marring B'elanna who had been killed in the original timeline.
  • February 16, 2013
    Tallens
    • Once in Duck Tales when Magicka deSpell sent Scrooge into the future he encountered a shapely Webigale and a slimmed down Doofus who tell him they've gotten married. When he gets back to his own time, he tells Doofus to take care of Webby, which causes her to have a disgusted reaction.
  • February 16, 2013
    FantasyLiver
    I'm a little busy now but I'll add all those examples soon.
  • February 16, 2013
    bwayrose7
    In the penultimate hour of Fringe, when Olivia makes one last trip to the red-verse after being ambered for over 20 years and not aging, she reunites with Bolivia and Lincoln, who have aged normally and are now middle-aged, married, and have a son, going by their wedding rings and the family picture glimpsed on Bolivia's desk.
  • February 16, 2013
    zarpaulus
    Webcomics
    • In the final arc of the original Umlaut House Volair and Saundra's happily married future selves went back in time and resolved the UST between the present-day pair. Earlier their son had showed up but back then Saundra hadn't known that the timeline was fixed.
  • February 16, 2013
    MaxWest
    The Arthur PBS series sometimes shows glimpses into the future where it's hinted certain characters may be married. Arthur is shown being married to Francine. Then again, as the future hasn't happened yet, this could be speculation.
  • February 16, 2013
    randomsurfer
    In an Imagine Spot on The Simpsons Lisa, despondent over the "Simpson gene" which will make her stupid, imagines herself in the future as trailer trash married to Ralph Wiggum.
  • April 21, 2013
    Tallens
    Is anyone looking after this?
  • April 21, 2013
    StarSword
    The OP hasn't been here since 2011 and the only edit since then was by Arivne. Unless he wants it, help yourself.
  • April 21, 2013
    surgoshan
    In addition to the twist with Eureka, there was another instance where a future Eureka was threatened by Henry's actions in the past (yay Time Travel Tense Trouble) and Jack had to go back and fix it. In the future, he was married to Allison. Thanks to the fix, it now never happened.
  • April 21, 2013
    DAMartin
    In the final issue of the Extant saga in Justice Society Of America, the narration is provided by a future Stargirl who implies she has married with Atom Smasher.
  • April 22, 2013
    jokerisland
    In How I Met Your Mother (S 02 E 10: Single Stamina), Barney's brother James announces he's going to marry his boyfriend Tom. There's a flashforward to the future where the wedding takes place. In this flashforward, Marshall refers to Lily as to his wife, revealing to the viewers that they got married. (Not a big surprise, though.)
  • April 22, 2013
    JonnyB
    In the Doctor Who episode, "Hide", the Doctor meets a scientist and a psychic who are investigating a haunting, and discovers the "ghost" to actually be a time traveler stuck in a pocket universe. They rescue the girl, and at the end of the episode, the Doctor reveals the time traveler to be one of the scientist and psychic's descendants, even though they aren't married yet.
  • April 22, 2013
    justanotherrandomlurker
    Western Animation
    • In an episode of Alvin And The Chipmunks, Simon uses a video time machine to see what the outcome would be if Alvin accepts either a cash prize, or a mystery prize; in both sequences, each of The Chipmunks and their respective Chipette counterpart are married. In fact, Alvin and Brittany are also shown having two sons, both of whom are named, Alvin, Jr.
  • April 22, 2013
    Tallens
    Alright, then. tonight I'll start putting examples in the draft and see how it looks.
  • April 22, 2013
    WeAreAllKosh
    Live-Action TV

    Sheridan's temporal flash-forward in the Babylon 5 season 3 two-part episode "War Without End" shows that, 17 years later, Sheridan had been married to Delenn, and they had a son named David. At the end of season 4 (about a year later), the two do get married.
  • April 22, 2013
    Tallens
    Alright. Got them up there. If there are are no concerns we might actually be go for launch.
  • April 22, 2013
    robybang
  • April 22, 2013
    Rhania506
    No concerns, but another example.

    Bones has Brennen and Booth as married nightclub owners in the Alternate Reality of the Season 4 finale. The episode has ALL of the characters from the show in vastly different roles from the norm.
  • April 22, 2013
    Tallens
    Ok, then. I'll see about launching it tomorrow night.
  • April 23, 2013
    Arivne
    Added Namespaces and italicization to work titles and corrected some improper Example Indentation.
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