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We said goodbye to True Detective, even though it was still on the air.
Andy Samberg, at the 2015 Emmys.

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    Anime and Manga 

Keroro: Now, do you have any questions?
Tamama: I don't know... this sounds a lot like that Wet-traman operation from the other day...
(Keroro gets an weird look on his face and pauses whilst an image of Wet-traman appears in the background)
Keroro: Okay!! Men... let's go recruit some beasts!!...
Tamama: I knew it... he's going to pretend it didn't happen...
Sgt. Frog, Encounter 67 — The Charge of The Animal Brigade


    Film — Animated 

— Graffiti on an alley wall, Wreck-It Ralph


"Dimensions in Time... we don't like to talk about that."


"Gwen Stacy isn't dead, she's only sleeping,
And Elektra isn't evil or insane.
And those bastards in the Pentagon can't really kill Sue Dibny,
No more than they could kill off Lois Lane"
Four-Color Love Story by the Metasciences

    Web Animation 

Yahtzee: Bioshock Infinite is a retread, but it's the good kind of retread that uses a formula that works to explore new ideas, and it's a worthy sequel to the original!
Viewer: Don't you mean second sequel, Yahtzee?
Yahtzee: GET OUT.


Gabe: Alright! Avatar. Last Airbender. Book three. Last episode. What do you guys think?
Gabriel: Isn't there a live action version of this?
Gabe: No.
Gabriel: I'm sure there is. I thought...
Gabe: There isn't.
Gabriel: No, look! There's a trailer for it on YouTube!
Gabe: Son, I'm your father. It's my job to protect you.


    Web Original 

"You will believe a man can fly after watching the first movie. You will enjoy Kryptonian villainy in the second movie. You will shrug at everything in the third movie except the toothsome Annette O'Toole as Lana Lang. They didn't make a fourth one. No, they didn't. No, that was a dream. (I like Batman better anyway.)"
Truth & Justice bibliography entry, by Chad Underkoffler.

"Just like Rocky V, Another 48 Hrs., Caddyshack II, Another Midnight Run, Fletch 2, Made, Slap Shot II: Breaking the Ice, the final season of 90210 and everything else, The Next Karate Kid never happened."

At this point, it'd be best to pretend that the series died out for a while shortly after the release of this game. We all know that's not true, of course, but when you look at the truth, with its convouluted plot, lame characters, and kart racing, who can blame somebody for wanting to stretch the truth a little?
Hardcore Gaming 101, on the direction the Mortal Kombat franchise took after Mortal Kombat Trilogy

The Beast is an abomination that we like to pretend doesn't exist

    Web Video 

Cashier: Okay, that's the Rocky giftset. That's going to be $49.99.
Sports Guy: Uh, we have a question. I don't want to pay for Rocky V. I like to pretend that Rocky V never happened.

You'll have to cut my balls with rusty shears drenched in vinegar before I'd admit that the fourth movie is part of the saga!
Joueur du Grenier on Indiana Jones

Wolverine: What about Onslaught?
Beast: We just pretend that never happened... for the Professor's sake.

Ugh, I'm going to pretend this never happened, alongside most of GX, some of 5D's and ALL of ZEXAL.

Wait, no, I don't remember that season happening. Selective amnesia!

Meninist: You know the second film doesn't count, right?
Fangirl: Oh, you want the orthodox denomination. They don't believe in the second film either.
Ghostbusters priest: Now that's not true. We believe it was made. We believe it said some good things. But we do not believe it's the word of the ghostbusters.

"HOLY SHIT A GHOST! La la la, I can't hear you, you're supposed to be dead! [...] Maybe I will review "Christmas Guy", maybe I won't. Seth MacFarlane may have brought Brian back, but he's still dead to me.
The Mysterious Mr. Enter, on Brian Griffin's appearance in "Fresh Heir" and riffing on the fact he was brought back to life after only two episodes of being Killed Off for Real.


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