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Zairex
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08:59:12 PM Jan 6th 2012
I had an idea for a better(?) title. In literature, the period known as the "epilogue" is normally described as the denouement of the story. It is the period between the resolution of the conflict and the actual end of the plot.

"Denouemontage" (Denouement + montage)

I don't know if *this* is the place for this type of discussion, but I couldn't think of a better one and I'm not about to go around changing it.
R.G.
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03:48:35 PM May 30th 2011
edited by R.G.
Will there ever be a "Where were they then" prologue?
putnamehere3145
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12:49:41 PM Dec 22nd 2010
edited by putnamehere3145
The image doesn't appear to represent the trope at all; it's just someone walking away with a caption saying "thanks for stopping by" and a further caption saying "life goes on".

Some might say that it does, but coming from someone who's never even heard about the series this image is from, it doesn't seem to be related. I'm 100% sure this is from a "where are they now" epilogue, but the picture, by itself, cannot represent that.

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