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* This happens to the [[WesternAnimation/TheAddamsFamily 1992 animated version of The Addams Family]] where half hour episodes mostly ends with one of the family members decides to conduct a ‘Family dance’ for resolving the problem of the week, When one member thought of a song which the other rejects and then comes up with another one which they fully agree and then dance.

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* This happens to the [[WesternAnimation/TheAddamsFamily 1992 animated version of The Addams Family]] in ''WesternAnimation/TheAddamsFamily1992'', where half hour episodes mostly ends end with one of the family members decides deciding to conduct a ‘Family dance’ family dance for resolving the problem of the week, When one member thought of week. One proposes a song which the other rejects and then comes up with dance that another one which they fully agree family member dismisses because of [[NoodleImplements some requirement not being met]], leading to another dance being suggested and then dance.the family agreeing to groove to that one.





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* ''Series/WithoutATrace'' concluded every episode with a blurb on a ''real'' missing persons case, narrated by a cast member, [[http://www.thefutoncritic.com/news/2006/08/08/missing-18-year-old-woman-is-found-after-being-featured-in-a-public-service-announcement-during-the-june-1-broadcast-of-without-a-trace--21990/20060808cbs03/ resulting in at least five people being found]]. (Episodes that aired in foreign countries--Australia, Hong Kong, etc.--featured [[TransatlanticEquivalent their own cases]]).
** In one episode, where it turned out that the VictimOfTheWeek had committed suicide, viewers were directed to a suicide hotline.


* Every episode of ''WesternAnimation/CoolMcCool"" ends with [=McCool=] getting ejected through the sunroof of Number One's office after doing something inept or disastrous following a case.

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* Every episode of ''WesternAnimation/CoolMcCool"" ''WesternAnimation/CoolMcCool'' ends with [=McCool=] getting ejected through the sunroof of Number One's office after doing something inept or disastrous following a case.

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* Every episode of ''WesternAnimation/CoolMcCool"" ends with [=McCool=] getting ejected through the sunroof of Number One's office after doing something inept or disastrous following a case.


* Every episode of ''WesternAnimation/DoraTheExplorer'' ends with Dora and Boots (and sometimes a friend who accompanies them) telling the viewer what their favorite parts of the episode were.



* The first three seasons of ''WesternAnimation/MyLittlePonyFriendshipIsMagic'': "[[AnAesop Dear Princess Celestia...]]" With that said, the show started to phase out of this ending in Season 3. In season 4, the letters to Celestia were replaced with a journal that the main characters all wrote in. From season 5 onward this device was dropped completely.

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* The first three seasons of ''WesternAnimation/MyLittlePonyFriendshipIsMagic'': "[[AnAesop Dear Every episode ends with the episode's featured character announcing the [[AnAesop moral]] of the episode. The first three seasons have Twilight write Celestia a letter beginning with "Dear Princess Celestia...]]" " With that said, the show started to phase out of this ending in Season 3. In season 4, the letters to Celestia were replaced with a journal that the main characters all wrote in. From season 5 onward this device was dropped completely.


A SuperTrope to SoOnceAgainTheDayIsSaved. Shows, especially aimed at young children, often end with a WrapUpSong.

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A SubTrope to OncePerEpisode and SuperTrope to SoOnceAgainTheDayIsSaved. Shows, especially aimed at young children, often end with a WrapUpSong.


* [[Series/TheMickeyMouseClub Now it's time to say goodbye]] [[SolemnEndingTheme to all our company]] [[SpellingSong M-I-C...]] [[SugarWiki/HeartwarmingMoments see ya real soon!]] [[BittersweetEnding K-E-Y...]] [[CatchPhrase Why? Because we like you!]] [[TearJerker M-O-U-S-E.]]

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* [[Series/TheMickeyMouseClub Series/TheMickeyMouseClub: [[SolemnEndingTheme Now it's time to say goodbye]] [[SolemnEndingTheme goodbye to all our company]] [[SpellingSong M-I-C...]] [[SugarWiki/HeartwarmingMoments see ya real soon!]] soon! [[BittersweetEnding K-E-Y...]] [[CatchPhrase Why? Because we like you!]] [[TearJerker M-O-U-S-E.]]



* ''Every'' mission in ''VideoGame/MassEffect2'' ends with an after action report from the Illusive Man and a snippet of his [[SugarWiki/AwesomeMusic theme]].

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* ''Every'' mission in ''VideoGame/MassEffect2'' ends with an after action report from the Illusive Man and a snippet of his [[SugarWiki/AwesomeMusic theme]].theme.


* For the Genesis ''SonicTheHedgehog'' games, the non-final acts of each zone would be concluded by whizzing past a revolving sign that changes from Robotnik/Eggman's face to Sonic's (or another character if Sonic's not the one being used). ''VideoGame/Sonic3AndKnuckles'' maintained this tradition, even when there was a miniboss at the end of these zones, by having the sign fall from the sky after you defeat the miniboss.

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* For the Genesis ''SonicTheHedgehog'' ''VideoGame/SonicTheHedgehog'' games, the non-final acts of each zone would be concluded by whizzing past a revolving sign that changes from Robotnik/Eggman's face to Sonic's (or another character if Sonic's not the one being used). ''VideoGame/Sonic3AndKnuckles'' maintained this tradition, even when there was a miniboss at the end of these zones, by having the sign fall from the sky after you defeat the miniboss.


* ''Series/TheTwilightZone'' always ended with a epilogue by series creator Rod Serling concluding with the words "...in the Twilight Zone." or something similar. Rod actually started appearing on screen after the first season finale, in which a character broke the fourth wall to talk to Rod.

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* ''Series/TheTwilightZone'' ''Series/TheTwilightZone1959'' always ended with a an epilogue by series creator Rod Serling concluding with the words "...in the Twilight Zone." or something similar. Rod Serling actually started appearing on screen after the first season finale, finale "[[Recap/TheTwilightZoneS1E36AWorldOfHisOwn A World of His Own]]", in which a the character Gregory West broke the fourth wall to talk to Rod.him.


A SuperTrope to SoOnceAgainTheDayIsSaved.

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A SuperTrope to SoOnceAgainTheDayIsSaved. Shows, especially aimed at young children, often end with a WrapUpSong.

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* ''WebVideo/WorldWarTwo'': Every episode ends with Indy thanking their supporters, [[PleaseSubscribeToOurChannel asking for more support]], and pointing at the camera, finishing with "[[SigningOffCatchPhrase See ya next time.]]"

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* Every ''Creator/MorecambeAndWise'' show ended with the duo doing a (straight and non-comedic) song-and-dance routine to the standard "Bring Me Sunshine" with the credits rolled over them.


* ''Series/{{Charmed}}'': every season ended with a door, mostly that of the Halliwells' house, being telekinetically closed by Prue, by a ghost of a dead Halliwell, like Prue, or just closing.

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* ''Series/{{Charmed}}'': ''Series/{{Charmed|1998}}'': every season ended with a door, mostly that of the Halliwells' house, being telekinetically closed by Prue, by a ghost of a dead Halliwell, like Prue, or just closing.


* In ''Manga/KaguyaSamaLoveIsWar'', chapters normally end with the narration giving the results of the current BattleOfWits (MultiPartEpisodes usually save it until the last one). The anime kept this format, though it happens multiple times per episode due to each one adapting several chapters.

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* In ''Manga/KaguyaSamaLoveIsWar'', chapters normally end with the narration giving the results of the current BattleOfWits (MultiPartEpisodes ([[MultiPartEpisode plots that span multiple chapters]] usually save it until the last one). The anime kept this format, though it happens multiple times per episode due to each one adapting several chapters.

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