'''Basic Trope''': An event that would change an important part of or end the show is undone by the next episode with no explanation.
* '''Straight''': Alice and Bob lose their jobs at the end of an episode. By the next episode, they have them back with no explanation.
* '''Exaggerated''':
** Alice and Bob die at the end of the episode. By the next episode, they're back with no explanation.
** Alternately, AliceAndBob lose their jobs OnceAnEpisode. Next episode, they have them back with no explanation.
* '''Downplayed''': While there is no explanation, the characters do repeatedly mention the event despite the snap back.
* '''Justified''':
** An in-universe {{God}} has an interest, for whatever reason, in maintaining the Status Quo.
** Or, the episode is a part of a GroundhogDayLoop arc.
* '''Inverted''': Alice and Bob keep their jobs throughout the episode. Next episode, they're inexplicably unemployed.
* '''Subverted''': The next episode is about how Alice and Bob get their jobs back...
* '''Double Subverted''': ...Except that's AllJustADream, and they really do have their jobs back for no reason...
* '''Parodied''': The universe blows up at one point during the episode. Next ''scene'', everything is back to normal with no explanation.
* '''Zig Zagged''': Alice and Bob lose their jobs at the end of an episode, but the next episode is about how they get their jobs back, but that's AllJustADream and they really are now inexplicably employed, only they do explain it, but they were just making that up, and the real way they got their jobs back was completely different.
* '''Averted''': Nothing ever happens that would change the canon of the show.
* '''Enforced''': "We can't end the show like that. We'll just have to revive them without explanation".
* '''Lampshaded''': "Remember that time Alice and Bob lost their jobs?" "Yeah, what happened to that?"
* '''Invoked''': Alice and Bob don't care about their jobs, because everything'll be fine by the next episode.
* '''Exploited''': Alice and Bob snap and go out of their way to destroy their careers, knowing everything will be fine [[BreakingTheFourthWall by the next episode]].
* '''Defied''': Next time, the two quit their jobs because they remember losing them.
* '''Discussed''': "[[ThisIsReality No matter what TV has taught you, in the real world,]] you can't just expect everything to inexplicably be fine by next week".
* '''Conversed''': "Hey! Didn't they lose their jobs in the last episode. Now Bob's going to work? What's up with that?!"
* '''Deconstructed''':
** Everybody develops ComedicSociopathy as a result of their actions having no consequences.
** Same as above... and then for whatever reason there is no SnapBack when somebody [[MoralEventHorizon does something truly horrible]], [[WhatHaveIDone and they get stuck with the consequences.]]
* '''Reconstructed''': This is the premise of the show, and is PlayedForLaughs.
* '''Played For Laughs''': See AmusingInjuries.
* '''Played For Drama''': See GroundHogDayLoop.
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