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By Malady on 07/18/18 03:50 PM
Reason: Wrong namespace.

By Malady on 07/18/18 03:47 PM

By Mishmash on 07/18/18 03:47 PM
Reason: Added two more tropes

By Plasma Talon on 07/18/18 03:46 PM
Reason: put an example for Batman Beyond in western animation, describing the episode "Payback" where the villain is the son of Terry's counselor

By Karxrida on 07/18/18 03:46 PM
Reason: Dub names are the rule.

By Argonian Lorekeeper on 07/18/18 03:46 PM
Reason: Moments pages are Spoilers Off.

By Wyldchyld on 07/18/18 03:46 PM
Reason: No example should be fully spoiler tagged, it defeats the purpose of spoiler tagging.

By Malady on 07/18/18 03:45 PM

By rva 98014 on 07/18/18 03:44 PM
Reason: Trimming down example.

By Wyldchyld on 07/18/18 03:43 PM
Reason: She's not this trope.

By Arawn 999 on 07/18/18 03:42 PM
Reason: The film just has Metaphies tell Haruo of Ghidorah's existence.

By rva 98014 on 07/18/18 03:40 PM
Reason: These three bullet items contain a lot of Natter, consolidating into a single example and rewording to focus on what's shown/talked about in the movie.

By P Strider Fan on 07/18/18 03:39 PM
Reason: Sam is not evil, so itís technically this trope.

By Derpyhooves 1 on 07/18/18 03:39 PM
Reason: Roaming Millenial is largely connected to the Alt-Right and dishes out xenophobia, free speech absolutism, whataboutism, useless centrism and self-misogny

By Argonian Lorekeeper on 07/18/18 03:33 PM
Reason: Removing This Troper; Moments pages are Spoilers Off.

By Demetrios on 07/18/18 03:32 PM
Reason: Removing YMMV tab

By mlsmithca on 07/18/18 03:30 PM
Reason: The word "the" does not begin with a capital letter unless it's the first word of a sentence or a work title. Not if it's part of a Spell My Name With A The in the middle of a sentence.

By costanton 11 on 07/18/18 03:29 PM
Reason: Misuse, as the example isn't about species

By keyblade 333 on 07/18/18 03:29 PM
Reason: Removing a Justfying Edit. The previous film purposely had a Sequel Hook about Hydra, than didn't mention it or use it at all, but still used S.H.I.E.L.D as a plot point. By all accounts Hydra was not used despite it being set up for them to be a part of the movie. Also, unless you watch the shows, you'll not know Hydra lost a lot of leadership.

By Incredible Fulk 1 on 07/18/18 03:28 PM
Reason: Kyle Chandler is top billed

By costanton 11 on 07/18/18 03:28 PM
Reason: Flame Bait

By rva 98014 on 07/18/18 03:28 PM
Reason: adjusted wording

By costanton 11 on 07/18/18 03:27 PM
Reason: Flame Bait

By mlsmithca on 07/18/18 03:26 PM
Reason: This is listed twice.

By costanton 11 on 07/18/18 03:26 PM
Reason: Flame Bait

By costanton 11 on 07/18/18 03:25 PM
Reason: Flame Bait

By streakson 22 on 07/18/18 03:25 PM
Reason: This seems to have been removed by accident.

By costanton 11 on 07/18/18 03:25 PM
Reason: Flame Bait

By costanton 11 on 07/18/18 03:24 PM
Reason: Flame Bait

By rva 98014 on 07/18/18 03:23 PM
Reason: mis-use. Getting Crap Past The Radar is when the creators sneak inappropriate content through clever dialogue, background activity, etc. Given that one needs to the freeze the globe, study the phrases, translate/decode the characters to get to the F-strike, this is more a case of Freeze Frame Bonus.

By arctichigh on 07/18/18 03:20 PM
Reason: The Nora Allen in "Legacy" is the daughter of Barry Allen and Jessica Cruz in an alternate reality that never happens. Barry's daughter with Iris is named Dawn.

By arctichigh on 07/18/18 03:17 PM
Reason: The casting call for Iris West wasn't "open ethnicity" because the Wests were always supposed to be Black on the show; it was a deliberate choice by Greg Berlanti. Candice Patton wasn't chosen despite not being a white redhead, she was considered specifically because she wasn't.

By Ghilz on 07/18/18 03:15 PM
Reason: By definition. it's not a special effect, since it's the software starting.

By rva 98014 on 07/18/18 03:13 PM
Reason: This example makes an assumption that is unfounded, unsupported and ultimately too speculative to be a main page trope.

By costanton 11 on 07/18/18 03:08 PM

By rva 98014 on 07/18/18 03:08 PM
Reason: this is a trivia trope, moving to triva pae.

By costanton 11 on 07/18/18 03:07 PM

By rva 98014 on 07/18/18 03:07 PM
Reason: natter

By costanton 11 on 07/18/18 03:07 PM

By costanton 11 on 07/18/18 03:06 PM

By rva 98014 on 07/18/18 03:06 PM
Reason: adjusted wording

By costanton 11 on 07/18/18 03:05 PM

By costanton 11 on 07/18/18 03:04 PM

By costanton 11 on 07/18/18 03:03 PM

By costanton 11 on 07/18/18 03:03 PM

By costanton 11 on 07/18/18 03:02 PM

By costanton 11 on 07/18/18 03:01 PM

By Cortez on 07/18/18 03:00 PM
Reason: They aren't clones, since they have different moves and fighting style. Also Goku Black and Bardock are different characters all together.

By Octoya on 07/18/18 02:59 PM
Reason: Useful Notes are not tropes

By tropower on 07/18/18 02:56 PM
Reason: Despite all of that, she's still pretty loyal, especially to her sister Jerrica.

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