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* ''Film/TheTerminator'' was followed by rather plain ''Film/Terminator2JudgmentDay'' and ''Film/Terminator3RiseOfTheMachines''. The fourth drops the numbers entirely (''Film/TerminatorSalvation'') and the fifth follows suit (''Film/TerminatorGenisys'').
** The sixth is called ''Film/TerminatorDarkFate.''

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* ''Film/TheTerminator'' was followed by rather plain ''Film/Terminator2JudgmentDay'' and ''Film/Terminator3RiseOfTheMachines''. The fourth drops the numbers entirely (''Film/TerminatorSalvation'') and (''Film/TerminatorSalvation''), the fifth follows suit (''Film/TerminatorGenisys'').
** The sixth is called ''Film/TerminatorDarkFate.''
(''Film/TerminatorGenisys''), along with sixth, which also ignores movies 3-5 (''Film/TerminatorDarkFate'').


** The second [[Series/MysteryScienceTheater3000 MST3K]] fan convention was called "Conventio-Con Expo-Fest-A-Rama 2: Electric Bugaloo" [sic].
*** At least one episode of ''[=MST3K=]'' has used the "Electric Boogaloo" name as a riff, for instance, the second half of the short ''Film/{{Hired}}'' starts with Tom Servo going "Hired! 2: Electric Boogaloo!"
** Fans were deeply, deeply saddened when no amount of letter writing could convince Creator/MichaelBay to name his sequel ''Film/{{Transformers}} 2: Electric Boogaloo''.
** In an episode of the ''Film/{{Clerks}}'' animated series, Randall described Dante's relationship as "Caitlin and Dante 2: Electric Boogaloo."
** In an episode of ''WebAnimation/TeenGirlSquad'', [[WebAnimation/HomestarRunner Strong Bad]] was about to sic "Arrowed 2: Electric Boogaloo" on The Ugly One before realizing he had drawn her too hot to bump off.
** Also referenced in ''Anime/YuGiOhGX'' of all things, when Chazz plays "Beatron 2: Electric [[{{Pun}} Bug]]aloo, uhhh, what I meant was Beetle Turbo".
** Naturally references in ''WebVideo/YuGiOhTheAbridgedSeries'' when Jean-Claude Magnum ends the list of movies he's starred in with "and ''Devil Ninja 2: '''Electric Boogaloo'''''."
** Used by Kevin Bishop on his Channel 4 sketch show, when spoofing unnecessary sequels: ''Film/SchindlersList 2: Electric Boogaloo''
** One of the tutorials in ''[[VideoGame/WhatDidIDoToDeserveThisMyLord Badman 2]]'' is titled "Demons 2: Electric Boogaloo".
** The English adaptation of the ''Pokémon'' manga ''Manga/TheElectricTaleOfPikachu'' that roughly follows the plot of the TV show's second volume was ''Electric Pikachu Boogaloo''.
** In an episode of ''Series/MrShow'', a director is described as "the best thing to come out of Hollywood since sliced bread, not to mention its sequel, Sliced Bread II: Electric Boogaloo."
** ''WesternAnimation/CloneHigh'''s second episode is titled "Episode Two: Election Blu-Galoo".
** Music/TheGreatLukeSki has a song about bacon, titled [[http://www.thefump.com/fump.php?id=42 “Bacon”]]. Devo Spice wrote a parody about Creator/KevinBacon, titled [[http://www.thefump.com/fump.php?id=1039 “Bacon 2: Electric Boogaloo”]].
** An episode of ''WesternAnimation/PhineasAndFerb'' parodies this with the title "Phineas and Ferb's Quantum Boogaloo". It was the second episode to feature time travel. It was also the second episode to feature Phineas and Ferb's giant roller coaster. For the record, the original title the creators wanted to go with was "Time Machine 2: Quantum Boogaloo".
** Parodied [[OverlyLongGag once again]] in ''Fanfic/CalvinAndHobbesTheSeries''; the [[InUniverse in-universe]] sequel to ''Film/TheIncredibleHulk'' has this subtitle.
** Music/FiveIronFrenzy named one album ''Five Iron Frenzy 2: Electric Boogaloo'' after this trope. It was their ''fourth'' full-length studio album, and the only one to be self-titled. By contrast, their ''actual'' second album is called ''[[ArtifactTitle Our Newest Album Ever]]''.
** The Kingdom of Loathing parodies this by naming a skill for the Disco Bandit class "Disco Dance II: Electric Boogaloo"
** ''Webcomic/TheOrderOfTheStick'' references it. Belkar mentions the possibility for Thanh to become [[http://www.giantitp.com/comics/oots0524.html "Miko 2: Electric Bugaloo"]].
** Referenced in ''VideoGame/PokemonBlack2AndWhite2'' of all places. If you finish all the movies in Pokéstar studios, you get access to your own dressing room containing some old scripts one of which is ''[[Literature/GulliversTravels Galvantula's Travels]] 2: Eelektrik Boogaloo''.
** [[Music/DoctorSteel Dr Steel's]] second album was, of course, "Dr Steel II: ''Eclectic'' Boogaloo". The album art, a parody of the poster art for ''Film/Breakin2ElectricBoogaloo'', also [[http://www.toysoldiersunite.com/images/albums/album_drsteeliieclecticboogaloo.jpg has to be seen to be believed.]]
** Minus the Bear's first album, ''Highly Refined Pirates'', contains a song called "Get Me Naked 2: Electric Boogaloo" - the supposed sequel to the song "Hey Wanna Throw Up? Get Me Naked" which appeared on their first EP called ''This is What I Know About Being Gigantic''. Remaining true to the form of this trope, the "sequel" is not related to the original at all, and neither song has any correlation to its title.
** In an issue of the comic book miniseries '''Loners''', Ricochet points out that he's technically the second Ricochet, and refers to himself as "Ricochet 2: Electric Boogaloo."
** One of the considered titles for the sequel of ''Webcomic/EnsignSueMustDie'' was ''Ensign 2: Electric Sue-galoo''. While the final product was titled (probably more appropriate to the subject matter) ''Ensign Two: The Wrath of Sue'', the former was used as a [[http://kevinbolk.deviantart.com/art/Ensign-Two-The-Wrath-of-Sue-FINAL-PROMO-342818817 promotional image]]
** ''[[VideoGame/TeamFortress2 Team Fortress 2]]'' had an update called "Robotic Boogaloo", consisting of mostly robotic-themed items.
** Referenced in ''LetsPlay/TwitchPlaysPokemonRed''. Since the starter was released early on, during most of the run the Mob depended solely on a Pidgeot, who had grown powerful enough to gain the nickname "Bird Jesus". When they captured [[OlympusMons Zapdos]], who was similarly high level and also extremely powerful, one of the most popular nicknames for it was [[http://i0.kym-cdn.com/photos/images/original/000/704/913/c51.png Bird Jesus 2: Electric Boogaloo]]. (Hilariously enough, [[ShockAndAwe Zapdos is actually an Electric type]]).
** The Trollpasta Wiki renamed Sonic.exe Round 2 to [[http://trollpasta.wikia.com/wiki/Sonic.exe/Round_2 Sonic.exe 2: Electric Boogaloo]].
** One of the [[RunningGag many]] fake names OAFE gave for ''Age of Ultron'' was ''[[http://www.oafe.net/blog/2015/09/avengers-2-movie-series-war-machine-review/ Avengers 2: Electric Bugaboo]]''.

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** * The second [[Series/MysteryScienceTheater3000 MST3K]] fan convention was called "Conventio-Con Expo-Fest-A-Rama 2: Electric Bugaloo" [sic].
*** ** At least one episode of ''[=MST3K=]'' has used the "Electric Boogaloo" name as a riff, for instance, the second half of the short ''Film/{{Hired}}'' starts with Tom Servo going "Hired! 2: Electric Boogaloo!"
** * Fans were deeply, deeply saddened when no amount of letter writing could convince Creator/MichaelBay to name his sequel ''Film/{{Transformers}} 2: Electric Boogaloo''.
** * In an episode of the ''Film/{{Clerks}}'' animated series, Randall described Dante's relationship as "Caitlin and Dante 2: Electric Boogaloo."
** * In an episode of ''WebAnimation/TeenGirlSquad'', [[WebAnimation/HomestarRunner Strong Bad]] was about to sic "Arrowed 2: Electric Boogaloo" on The Ugly One before realizing he had drawn her too hot to bump off.
** * Also referenced in ''Anime/YuGiOhGX'' of all things, when Chazz plays "Beatron 2: Electric [[{{Pun}} Bug]]aloo, uhhh, what I meant was Beetle Turbo".
** * Naturally references in ''WebVideo/YuGiOhTheAbridgedSeries'' when Jean-Claude Magnum ends the list of movies he's starred in with "and ''Devil Ninja 2: '''Electric Boogaloo'''''."
** * Used by Kevin Bishop on his Channel 4 sketch show, when spoofing unnecessary sequels: ''Film/SchindlersList 2: Electric Boogaloo''
** * One of the tutorials in ''[[VideoGame/WhatDidIDoToDeserveThisMyLord Badman 2]]'' is titled "Demons 2: Electric Boogaloo".
** * The English adaptation of the ''Pokémon'' manga ''Manga/TheElectricTaleOfPikachu'' that roughly follows the plot of the TV show's second volume was ''Electric Pikachu Boogaloo''.
** * In an episode of ''Series/MrShow'', a director is described as "the best thing to come out of Hollywood since sliced bread, not to mention its sequel, Sliced Bread II: Electric Boogaloo."
** * ''WesternAnimation/CloneHigh'''s second episode is titled "Episode Two: Election Blu-Galoo".
** * Music/TheGreatLukeSki has a song about bacon, titled [[http://www.thefump.com/fump.php?id=42 “Bacon”]]. Devo Spice wrote a parody about Creator/KevinBacon, titled [[http://www.thefump.com/fump.php?id=1039 “Bacon 2: Electric Boogaloo”]].
** * An episode of ''WesternAnimation/PhineasAndFerb'' parodies this with the title "Phineas and Ferb's Quantum Boogaloo". It was the second episode to feature time travel. It was also the second episode to feature Phineas and Ferb's giant roller coaster. For the record, the original title the creators wanted to go with was "Time Machine 2: Quantum Boogaloo".
** * Parodied [[OverlyLongGag once again]] in ''Fanfic/CalvinAndHobbesTheSeries''; the [[InUniverse in-universe]] sequel to ''Film/TheIncredibleHulk'' has this subtitle.
** * Music/FiveIronFrenzy named one album ''Five Iron Frenzy 2: Electric Boogaloo'' after this trope. It was their ''fourth'' full-length studio album, and the only one to be self-titled. By contrast, their ''actual'' second album is called ''[[ArtifactTitle Our Newest Album Ever]]''.
** * The Kingdom of Loathing parodies this by naming a skill for the Disco Bandit class "Disco Dance II: Electric Boogaloo"
** * ''Webcomic/TheOrderOfTheStick'' references it. Belkar mentions the possibility for Thanh to become [[http://www.giantitp.com/comics/oots0524.html "Miko 2: Electric Bugaloo"]].
** * Referenced in ''VideoGame/PokemonBlack2AndWhite2'' of all places. If you finish all the movies in Pokéstar studios, you get access to your own dressing room containing some old scripts one of which is ''[[Literature/GulliversTravels Galvantula's Travels]] 2: Eelektrik Boogaloo''.
** * [[Music/DoctorSteel Dr Steel's]] second album was, of course, "Dr Steel II: ''Eclectic'' Boogaloo". The album art, a parody of the poster art for ''Film/Breakin2ElectricBoogaloo'', also [[http://www.toysoldiersunite.com/images/albums/album_drsteeliieclecticboogaloo.jpg has to be seen to be believed.]]
** * Minus the Bear's first album, ''Highly Refined Pirates'', contains a song called "Get Me Naked 2: Electric Boogaloo" - the supposed sequel to the song "Hey Wanna Throw Up? Get Me Naked" which appeared on their first EP called ''This is What I Know About Being Gigantic''. Remaining true to the form of this trope, the "sequel" is not related to the original at all, and neither song has any correlation to its title.
** * In an issue of the comic book miniseries '''Loners''', Ricochet points out that he's technically the second Ricochet, and refers to himself as "Ricochet 2: Electric Boogaloo."
** * One of the considered titles for the sequel of ''Webcomic/EnsignSueMustDie'' was ''Ensign 2: Electric Sue-galoo''. While the final product was titled (probably more appropriate to the subject matter) ''Ensign Two: The Wrath of Sue'', the former was used as a [[http://kevinbolk.deviantart.com/art/Ensign-Two-The-Wrath-of-Sue-FINAL-PROMO-342818817 promotional image]]
** * ''[[VideoGame/TeamFortress2 Team Fortress 2]]'' had an update called "Robotic Boogaloo", consisting of mostly robotic-themed items.
** * Referenced in ''LetsPlay/TwitchPlaysPokemonRed''. Since the starter was released early on, during most of the run the Mob depended solely on a Pidgeot, who had grown powerful enough to gain the nickname "Bird Jesus". When they captured [[OlympusMons Zapdos]], who was similarly high level and also extremely powerful, one of the most popular nicknames for it was [[http://i0.kym-cdn.com/photos/images/original/000/704/913/c51.png Bird Jesus 2: Electric Boogaloo]]. (Hilariously enough, [[ShockAndAwe Zapdos is actually an Electric type]]).
** * The Trollpasta Wiki renamed Sonic.exe Round 2 to [[http://trollpasta.wikia.com/wiki/Sonic.exe/Round_2 Sonic.exe 2: Electric Boogaloo]].
** * One of the [[RunningGag many]] fake names OAFE gave for ''Age of Ultron'' was ''[[http://www.oafe.net/blog/2015/09/avengers-2-movie-series-war-machine-review/ Avengers 2: Electric Bugaboo]]''.


* Then came the eighth overall film in the franchise, 2017's ''Film/{{Jigsaw}}'', set ten years after John Kramer's death(!)

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* ** Then came the eighth overall film in the franchise, 2017's ''Film/{{Jigsaw}}'', set ten years after John Kramer's death(!)

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* Then came the eighth overall film in the franchise, 2017's ''Film/{{Jigsaw}}'', set ten years after John Kramer's death(!)


** The prequels had the episode number in the title. The eventual third trilogy only use the number in the opening scroll - the official titles are ''Star Wars: Film/TheForceAwakens'' and ''Star Wars: Film/TheLastJedi''.

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** The prequels had the episode number in the title. The eventual third trilogy only use the number in the opening scroll - the official titles are ''Star Wars: Film/TheForceAwakens'' Film/TheForceAwakens'', ''Star Wars: Film/TheLastJedi'' and ''Star Wars: Film/TheLastJedi''.Film/TheRiseOfSkywalker.''

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** The sixth is called ''Film/TerminatorDarkFate.''


* The forum roleplay ''Roleplay/AShockToTheSystem'' uses these as attack names during battle sequences when the players suggest the same attack several times. Attacking a spider with a [[LaserBlade Fiber-Optic Cutlass]] three times? "Laser Sword", "Laser Sword II: Electric Boogaloo'' and "Laser Sword III: Revenge of Laser Sword". Shooting an [[spoiler:UndeadChild]] in the head four times? "BoomHeadshot", "Boom Headshot II: Moar Headshots!", "Boom Headshot III: Revelations", and "Headshots IV: We Have Run out of Sequel Names".

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* The forum roleplay ''Roleplay/AShockToTheSystem'' ''Roleplay/{{A Shock to the System|Roleplay}}'' uses these as attack names during battle sequences when the players suggest the same attack several times. Attacking a spider with a [[LaserBlade Fiber-Optic Cutlass]] three times? "Laser Sword", "Laser Sword II: Electric Boogaloo'' and "Laser Sword III: Revenge of Laser Sword". Shooting an [[spoiler:UndeadChild]] in the head four times? "BoomHeadshot", "Boom Headshot II: Moar Headshots!", "Boom Headshot III: Revelations", and "Headshots IV: We Have Run out of Sequel Names".


* The sequel to the VideoGame/DevilMayCry and VideoGame/FiveNightsAtFreddys crossover DantesNightAtFreddys has been confirmed to be named "Dante's Night at Freddy's 2: Animatronic Boogaloo" in reference to this trope.

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* The sequel to the VideoGame/DevilMayCry ''VideoGame/DevilMayCry'' and VideoGame/FiveNightsAtFreddys ''VideoGame/FiveNightsAtFreddys'' crossover DantesNightAtFreddys ''Fanfic/DantesNightAtFreddys'' has been confirmed to be named "Dante's ''Dante's Night at Freddy's 2: Animatronic Boogaloo" Boogaloo'' in reference to this trope.



* ''Disney/WreckItRalph''[='=]s sequel was initally titled ''Ralph Breaks the Internet: Wreck-It Ralph 2'', which was not only {{long|Title}}, but it made the phrase "Wreck-It Ralph 2" the subtitle. [[SubvertedTrope However,]] Creator/{{Disney}} decided months before its release to just drop the subtitle altogether, making the film's final name just ''Disney/RalphBreaksTheInternet''.

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* ''Disney/WreckItRalph''[='=]s sequel was initally initially titled ''Ralph Breaks the Internet: Wreck-It Ralph 2'', which was not only {{long|Title}}, but it made the phrase "Wreck-It Ralph 2" the subtitle. [[SubvertedTrope However,]] Creator/{{Disney}} decided months before its release to just drop the subtitle altogether, making the film's final name just ''Disney/RalphBreaksTheInternet''.


** Microsoft Windows 7 is an oddly numbered release. Since Windows 3.x, Microsoft abandoned the numbering system but released more than four iterations of Windows, including Windows 95, NT, 98, 2000, Millennium Edition, XP, Server 2003, Vista before returning to the numbering system with Windows 7. Even if we are selective in which editions we count as actual significant releases, the latest Windows should still be higher than the 7th major release.
*** Although if you ask Windows 7 what version it is, (by typing "ver" at the command line), it will tell you "Version 6.1"
** Windows 95, 98, and ME were all [[OneGameForThePriceOfTwo technically the same operating system]]. 98 and ME just being feature added versions (95 = 4.0, 98=4.10, ME = 4.90). Also, NT isn't a single release. NT 4.0 was concurrent with Win95. Windows 2000 is NT 5.0. XP is NT 5.1. Server 2003 is 5.2. Vista is NT 6.0. None of this is clear from the labelling, as the release names are driven by Marketing and not technical concerns. Still counts as Oddly Named Sequels of course.

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** Microsoft Windows 7 is an oddly numbered release. Since Windows 3.x, Microsoft abandoned the numbering system but released more than four iterations of Windows, including Windows 95, NT, 98, 2000, Millennium Edition, XP, Server 2003, Vista before returning to the numbering system with Windows 7. Even if we are selective in which editions we count as actual significant releases, the latest Windows it should still be have been higher than the 7th major release.
*** Although if you ask Windows 7 what version it is, (by typing "ver" at the command line), it will tell you "Version 6.1"
** Windows 95, 98, and ME were all [[OneGameForThePriceOfTwo technically the same operating system]]. 98 and ME just being feature added versions (95 = 4.0, 98=4.10, ME = 4.90). Also, NT isn't a single release. NT 4.0 was concurrent with Win95. Windows 2000 is NT 5.0. XP is NT 5.1. Server 2003 is 5.2. Vista is NT 6.0. Windows 7 is NT 6.1. None of this is clear from the labelling, as the release names are driven by Marketing and not technical concerns. Still counts as Oddly Named Sequels of course.



** Microsoft has announced that Windows 8.1 would now be followed by Windows 10, thus bypassing 9 altogether. This was actually done somewhat pragmatically to avoid conflicts with legacy programs designed for older versions that would identify 95 and 98 with strings such as if(version.[=StartsWith=]("Windows9")). The name "Windows One" was floated to provide consistent branding with their many other products with "One" in the name such as UsefulNotes/XboxOne, [=OneDrive=], [=OneNote=], etc. but decided against because of confusion with Windows 1.0 and likely based on the response to the Xbox One name.

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** Microsoft has announced that Windows 8.1 would now be followed by Windows 10, thus bypassing 9 altogether. This was actually done somewhat pragmatically to avoid conflicts with legacy programs designed for older versions that would identify 95 and 98 with strings such as if(version.[=StartsWith=]("Windows9")).[=if(version.StartsWith("Windows 9"))=]. The name "Windows One" was floated to provide consistent branding with their many other products with "One" in the name such as UsefulNotes/XboxOne, [=OneDrive=], [=OneNote=], etc. but decided against because of confusion with Windows 1.0 and likely based on the response to the Xbox One name.



* The UsefulNotes/{{Xbox}}, followed by the UsefulNotes/Xbox360, probably to suggest equivalence to the UsefulNotes/PlayStation3 and UsefulNotes/{{Wii}} (at the time still known by its code name, Revolution). Microsoft's third console followed the trend with the UsefulNotes/XboxOne. Which was followed up by the Xbox One X, also known by its acronym... X.B.O.X.

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* The UsefulNotes/{{Xbox}}, followed by the UsefulNotes/Xbox360, probably to suggest equivalence to the UsefulNotes/PlayStation3 and UsefulNotes/{{Wii}} (at the time still known by its code name, Revolution). Microsoft's third console followed the trend with the UsefulNotes/XboxOne. Which was followed up by the Xbox One X, also known by its acronym... X.B.O.X.


[[WhatTheHeckIsAnAglet And just in case you're wondering]]: ''Film/Breakin2ElectricBoogaloo''

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[[WhatTheHeckIsAnAglet And just in case you're wondering]]: ''Film/Breakin2ElectricBoogaloo''
''Film/Breakin2ElectricBoogaloo''.


** Referenced in ''TwitchPlaysPokemonRed''. Since the starter was released early on, during most of the run the Mob depended solely on a Pidgeot, who had grown powerful enough to gain the nickname "Bird Jesus". When they captured [[OlympusMons Zapdos]], who was similarly high level and also extremely powerful, one of the most popular nicknames for it was [[http://i0.kym-cdn.com/photos/images/original/000/704/913/c51.png Bird Jesus 2: Electric Boogaloo]]. (Hilariously enough, [[ShockAndAwe Zapdos is actually an Electric type]]).

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** Referenced in ''TwitchPlaysPokemonRed''.''LetsPlay/TwitchPlaysPokemonRed''. Since the starter was released early on, during most of the run the Mob depended solely on a Pidgeot, who had grown powerful enough to gain the nickname "Bird Jesus". When they captured [[OlympusMons Zapdos]], who was similarly high level and also extremely powerful, one of the most popular nicknames for it was [[http://i0.kym-cdn.com/photos/images/original/000/704/913/c51.png Bird Jesus 2: Electric Boogaloo]]. (Hilariously enough, [[ShockAndAwe Zapdos is actually an Electric type]]).


** [[GratuitousGerman "2wei" is a play on the German zwei]], meaning two, and a reference to Illya's family's German origins. Hertz is German for hearts, and is used because 2rei Herz, despite being the third season of the anime, continues to adapt the second part of the original manga that 2rei also covered. The third part of the manga is called 3rei, from the German drei, meaning three, and that is presumably what a season of the anime adapting it would be called.

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** [[GratuitousGerman "2wei" is a play on the German zwei]], meaning two, and a reference to Illya's family's German origins. Hertz is German for hearts, and is used because 2rei 2wei Herz, despite being the third season of the anime, continues to adapt the second part of the original manga that 2rei 2wei also covered. The third part of the manga is called 3rei, from the German drei, meaning three, and that is presumably what a season of the anime adapting it would be is called.


** Following [=WrestleMania=] XXX, the event logos stopped using numbers altogether (elsewhere they are distinguished using Arabic numerals) and instead used symbols, resulting in fans calling the events "[=WrestleMania=] Play Button" (31), "[=WrestleMania=] Star" (32), "[=WrestleMania=] Sun" (33), "[=WrestleMania=] Fleur-de-lis" (34) and "[=WrestleMania=] Liberty Crown" (35).

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** Following [=WrestleMania=] XXX, the event logos stopped using numbers altogether (elsewhere they are distinguished using Arabic numerals) and instead used symbols, resulting in fans calling the events "[=WrestleMania=] Play Button" (31), "[=WrestleMania=] Star" (32), "[=WrestleMania=] Sun" (33), "[=WrestleMania=] Fleur-de-lis" (34) and (34), "[=WrestleMania=] Liberty Crown" (35).(35) and "[=WrestleMania=] [[{{Pirate}} Pirate Flag]]" (36).


* ''Series/AshesToAshes'' is a sequel series to ''Series/{{Life On Mars|2006}}'' set in London, eight years later. Both are Music/DavidBowie song titles. The ironic thing is that the song "Ashes to Ashes" is a sequel to the song "Space Oddity," which is not the name of a TV show. Yet.

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* ''Series/AshesToAshes'' ''Series/AshesToAshes2008'' is a sequel series to ''Series/{{Life On Mars|2006}}'' set in London, eight years later. Both are Music/DavidBowie song titles. The ironic thing is that the song "Ashes to Ashes" is a sequel to the song "Space Oddity," which is not the name of a TV show. Yet.

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* ''WesternAnimation/PhineasAndFerb'': InUniverse, Doof lists a sequence of popular horror movies: ''The Grievance'', ''Grievance 2; The Gripe'', ''Grievance 3; Bone to Pick'', and ''Grievance 4; Revenge of the Italian Jug Band''.

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