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Often a show will have a situation that is a repetition of something that happened previously within the show's history. Almost always used as either a Running Gag or tragically.
There are some films where they deal with the world repeating over and over, e.g. Groundhog Day, the similar film 12:01, and the Eternal Recurrence phenomenon. But this trope happens when history repeats itself without a "Groundhog Day" Loop.
Advertisement:propertag.cmd.push(function() { proper_display('tvtropes_mobile_ad_1'); })A common example will be for a show about kids to have the children experience something, and then have the adults in the show respond by reminiscing about when the exact same thing happened to them at that age. Sometimes there is a flashback. If the adults are the main characters and the same thing occurs, this becomes Generation Xerox.
Or it can happen in an adult show where the characters have had flashbacks to show some of the older characters' backstories, and then you have an episode that focuses on the younger characters who experienced the same thing.
Can also be used just with a character repeating the exact same experience as another character did previously (sometimes in an earlier episode). The new victim might have boasted about how much better he would have handled it, expect an Aesop on how we should be less critical of "The Man in The Arena". Or he might just handle it perfectly, making the first victim hate him even more.
Advertisement:propertag.cmd.push(function() { proper_display('tvtropes_mobile_ad_2'); })When it applies only to a Stock Phrase it's probably an Ironic Echo. See also Here We Go Again!.
Should not be confused with His Story Repeats Itself, which is when a character's arc repeats itself in a similar manner to this trope.
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In The Legend of Zelda: A Link Between Worlds, Lorule started to gradually crumble away after they destroyed their Triforce. Ravio kicks Hilda into a Heel Realization after telling her that taking Hyrule's Triforce away from them would simply cause them to go through the same decay that is now affecting Lorule.
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Much of the circumstances surrounding the release and reception of 2011's Ōkamiden would end up paralleling that of 1999's Chrono Cross. Both games were long-awaited sequels to beloved games that were released late into their respective systems' lifespans and commercially underperformed; both sequels were also released on record-breakingly popular systems themselves, with Chrono Cross coming out on the highest-selling home console of its time and Ōkamiden coming out on the highest-selling handheld system of all time (which is also currently the second-best-selling game system overall). Both Ōkamiden and Chrono Cross were critically acclaimed and are considered good games in their own right, but whether or not they were good sequels remains a controversial topic among fans, both due to their predecessors being tough acts to follow and because their attempts to connect themselves to said predecessors were perceived by many as overreaching to the point of invalidating much of the accomplishments made in the first games.
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Adventure Time:
The end of "Lemonhope" implies that the Land of Ooo will eventually destroy itself just like humanity did.
"Evergreen" shows that the time before the mass extinction of the dinosaurs was not unlike "modern"-day Ooo.
This is actually touched upon during Marceline's confrontation with the Vampire King in "Checkmate".
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In Thunder Force V's bad ending, the Guardian begs Cenes to self-destruct her ship, the Vambrace, which is a Sealed Evil in a Can like its predecessor, the Vasteel, warning her that the Vambrace has the potential to cause the same degree of global catastrophe as Vasteel did and that "the tragedy of Vasteel" will repeat. It is implied that this trope happens, as the Vambrace is too crippled to self-destruct.
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In Star Trek Online, the Klingons make the exact same mistake in the lead-up to the Federation-Klingon War that they made in the lead-up to the Dominion War. They unilaterally invade the Gorn, insisting that the Gorn have been infiltrated by shapeshifters (unlike with the Cardassians, the Gorn actually have been), and then when the Federation doesn't believe them, instead of trying to back up their claims they withdraw from the Khitomer Accords. And just like with the Dominion, this resulted in a Federation-Klingon War that only weakened the quadrant for the inevitable bigger fish. Once again, the Klingons' Honor Before Reason tendencies play right into the hands of a Manipulative Bastard adversary.
In-game, this exact scenario repeats itself again on a small scale in the mission "Diplomatic Orders". A Klingon cruiser commander gets information that a Federation diplomat is really an Undine. Does he submit his findings to the Federation? No! He leads a deep-strike into Federation territory to kill the ambassador himself, and instead of coming out firing, he sacrifices the element of surprise to high-handedly demand that the Federation PC hand over the ambassador. The Fed PC reacts surprisingly well to this: instead of just blasting the idiot out of space on sight (remember, the Feds and Klinks have now been at war for four years), he asks to see the Klingon's evidence, and the Klingon instead takes umbrage and attacks, and because he's up against a Plot Armored Player Character he dies completely pointlessly and Starfleet makes the kill against the Undine.
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This is actually one particularly bleak interpretation of the events seen in John Carpenter's The Thing (1982). The theory here is that the alien spaceship that brought the Thing was deliberately crashed in Antarctica in order to keep it from getting out. Fast forward 100,000 years later and a group of Norwegians finds it, examine it, and then it gets out and kills all but two who end up dying in the process of trying to keep it from getting further. Then the remainder of an American expedition destroyed by the Thing destroys their camp in an effort to keep the Thing from being found by a rescue team — whether they succeed is left for the viewer to decide, but an alternate ending shown in some TV broadcasts implied that it escaped.
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In Magic Knight Rayearth, High Priest Zagato fell in love with Emeraude, the Pillar of Cephiro. Zagato's younger (and identical) brother Lantis would also fall in love with the girl who would become the Pillar, Hikaru. The irony is not lost on either.
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A recurring motif in Legend of Galactic Heroes is how despite thousands of years of supposed progress, the past keeps returning. Indeed, one of the taglines is "In every time, in every place, the deeds of men remain the same."
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The Talos Principle: At the entrance of World B, you can find a terminal with a document telling about the Library of Alexandria and the Oxyrhynchus Papyri: many important documents were lost forever when the former was destroyed, while many trivial documents were recovered intact in the latter. The document points out the importance of ensuring our important documents are preserved. Immediately after that, the first terminal you find has a transcription of a song's extremely silly lyrics, and is even completely readable, as opposed to most others documents in the archive, which are either lost to corruption or with missing fragments.
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In The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild, both Mipha and her father were both well aware of the story of the Zora princess who fell in love with a Hylian swordsman (Ruto from Ocarina of Time), citing it as a reason they believed Mipha's love for Link made sense. It ended up being more appropriate to the current situation than they would have liked, as Ruto Did Not Get The Guy either.
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Cosmos: A Spacetime Odyssey
"The Clean Room" devotes a lot of time to Clair Patterson's struggle to have Congress act on the dangers of leaded gasoline, while the oil companies try to cut his funding and discredit him with their scientist-for-hire Robert Kehoe. The subtext to the modern day is very clear.
A heartening example in "The Electric Boy". Young Michael Faraday got the attention of Humphry Davy by sending a book of notes he'd made on Davy's scientific demonstrations to the Royal Institute. Decades later, Faraday remembers standing in Davy's office, which now belongs to him, as he's about to open a dissertation by his own young fan: James Clerk Maxwell, who's developed mathematical evidence for Faraday's ideas.
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In Winter Thorns Of Highgarden, Lyarra Snow very much emulates Lyanna Stark when her decision to compete in a tourney leads a Southern heir to take an interest in her, which ends up in an elopement. Fortunately for Westeros, everything was carefully arranged to avoid another Civil War.
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In The Trial of the Flash, Reverse-Flash invokes this by planning to kill Fiona in the same way he killed Iris.
Wally West got his powers from a repeat of the Flash's Freak Lab Accident. Wally's uncle Barry arranged the chemicals that empowered him in the shelf as a demonstration for Wally, but there also happens to be a lightning storm outside, so...
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Post-Avengers vs. X-Men Marvel tried to replicate the old Professor X/Magneto dynamic with Wolverine and Cyclops, with “Professor Wolverine” running a school for mutants, and Scott as a Well-Intentioned Extremist supervillain. Fans did not respond to the new status quo and eventually, the pair were killed off and resurrected to wipe the slate clean.
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Naruto has this due to the Cycle of Revenge, primarily between the Uchiha and Senju/Uzumaki clans.
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In Fullmetal Alchemist, different regions of Amestris seems to keep experiencing the same series of events throughout the country’s history; a controversial leader gains influence in a region and stokes tensions, which quickly explode due to military incompetence and result in large-casualty military conflicts. This keeps happening because Father and his followers keep arranging for it to happen. It’s their way of acquiring sacrifices for the production of Philosopher Stones. Their Evil Plan is to make another bit of history (the destruction of Xerxes in a massive-scale human sacrifice) repeat by using Amestris as a giant transmutation circle.
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This trope is a central theme of Scooby-Doo! Mystery Incorporated, with the Arc Words of the first season being "This has all happened before." It's revealed that the current Mystery Incorporated are just the latest in a long line of mystery-solvers with an animal mascot, and every single one of their predecessors was driven mad by the Artifact of Doom that they're hunting.
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In Mega Man Reawakened, both Protoman and Roll run away because they don't want Dr. Light to fix them at first, though Roll later relents.
Robert points this out to Quentin Emerald, who's a terrorist like his father.
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Yandere Simulator appears to have this going on: Yandere-chan's mother is said to also be a yandere. Tapes from a former journalist found scattered across the school reveal that a yandere had committed murder at Akademi High while stalking her senpai in the '80s, but managed to escape justice. The basement tape reveals that after the murder trial, the yandere (who shares the same family name as Yandere-chan) kidnapped her senpai and tied him to a chair in her basement, claiming that it was the same chair her mother used for her father...
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Attack on Titan: Discussed by Eren and Armin when Eren sees children who remind him of himself, Armin, and Mikasa, and notes that the kids will probably see what they saw when the Colossal Titan broke the wall. It's then averted, as Armin says that this time there are soldiers on the wall who are ready to fight and that those soldiers are them, and they succeed in stopping the Titan and saving the people inside the wall.
The Season 2 finale has Hannes getting eaten by the very same titan that ate Eren's mother years before, in the same manner, while again Eren and Mikasa are Forced to Watch. Eren can only laugh in despair at the cruel irony.
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Dragon Ball Z: Resurrection ‘F’: Upon being revived, Frieza decides to train himself so he can exact his revenge on Goku, making a beeline for Earth after achieving his new Golden Super Mode. However, just like on Namek, he ends up running out of stamina before Goku since, just like before, he didn't master his new form and learn how to regulate his energy output. Goku shows him mercy and, just like before, Frieza throws it back in his face (this time more successfully, with the help of an underling). When Vegeta steps in to fight Frieza, Frieza destroys the Earth, just like before on Namek, but thanks to Whis's ability to reverse time, Goku kills him before he can destroy the Earth and sends Frieza right back to hell.
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The Ninja Warriors Again: The game's ending explicitly says that because history repeats, the new government you were fighting for will eventually become as bad as the one you overthrew.
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Beast Wars: Uprising:
The story begins with a Cybertronian becoming dissatisfied with the status-quo, forming a rebellion that breaks out into full-blown war, three centuries after the end of the last one. Several characters make note that it's another war, with the supercomputer The Oracle quoting the Battlestar Galactica example.
In the backstory, the inhabitants of the planet Rebirth fled Cybertron to get away from the war. Over time, a trio calling themselves the Optimus took control, and became utterly fascistic, stamping down on any dissent, leading to the rise of a violent rebellion identified as the Malignus. Then, during the 21st century the Decepticons showed up, and the planet got involved in the war again. The end result was the entire population of Master were forced off their world by humans, and made to live on Cybertron, under the thumb of a different autocratic, oppressive regime.
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Used so often in Homestuck that the concept is almost weaponized by the various textual and visual callbacks. Many of these instances, such as stairs, are subject to memery both in-story and out.
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In My Huntsman Academia, Glynda can't help but think of the days where she'd be patching up Toshinori after a stupid training accident when she's busy bandaging up Izuku's arms while he learns to use One For All.
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The Tales of Phantasia and Tales of Symphonia timeline has this going on. Periodically, mankind invents magitechnology, culminating in a Mana Cannon, the use of which kills large numbers of people and depletes so much mana as to threaten the life of the Mana Tree. Things progress too far, the Mana Cannon causes too much destruction, and civilization is cast back into the Dark Ages for a while. Then somebody starts exploring ruins and finding out about this thing called "magitechnology"...
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In Fate Ingens Cor, Artoria has a moment of utter horror when she thinks Lancelot has been reduced to The Berserker when she lays eyes upon him. Thankfully, he has not been summoned as a mindless killing machine this time.
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Those well versed in wrestling history note that the problems that plague TNA today are what killed WCW. Nonsensical storylines, younger, homegrown talent being pushed down the card for older, more recognizable names, a money mark for a boss — those problems were always there, but the fan base didn't take any note of them because the talent was having great matches and doing great segments. The shortcomings weren't as strongly pronounced. Then, due to a Love Triangle of all things, Jeff Jarrett lost control of the company to Dixie Carter who, evidently having not read The Death of WCW, brought in two of the guys on the cover: Hulk Hogan and Eric Bischoff. Practically overnight, TNA went from "a growing promotion with some similarities to WCW", to "WCW-lite". The Death of WCW discussed this throughout its tenth-anniversary edition, including an epilogue which lists the utterly boneheaded decisions the company has made since the original publication.
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Schlock Mercenary: various groups, including the Oafaan Freehold, have figured out that Galactic Civilization rises and falls on an almost regular schedule; but even ordinary characters (such as Landon) have wondered "where is everyone?" Book 19 is starting to answer that question.
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In 2009, Warner Bros. reissued The Dark Knight in theaters so the DC Comics adaptation could get the final millions that would make the total gross break a billion dollars. In 2019, Disney reissued Avengers: Endgame in theaters so the Marvel Comics adaptation could get the final millions that would make the total gross break the $2,788 billion made by Avatar.
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One of the core concepts of Sire. The Binding is a mystical force which forces characters descended from characters from classic literature into following their Sire/Dam's fate, complete with consequences set up for those who try to run away from their story. The conflict of the comic is not about avoiding the fates handed to their forebears, but learning from their mistakes and being prepared for when history swoops back around again.
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The episode of Spider-Man: The Animated Series that explained the Kingpin's Start of Darkness showed how young Willie took the heat for his father's crimes, and, after amassing enough resources to become a powerful crime boss, killed his father out of vengeance. At the end of the episode, Wilson's own son takes the fall for his father's crimes, leaving him to wonder if history will repeat.
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Fire Emblem Fates has a case. Corrin's step-father Sumeragi first met and fell in Love at First Sight with his/her mother Mikoto by a lake. Corrin him/herself meets his/her best friend Azura by a lake, and if male and romancing her, is also suggested to have fallen in Love at First Sight with her.
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Pretty much the entire moral of Anthony Burgess' The Wanting Seed.
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Batman Beyond: "Inqueling" is similar to "Ascension" because each episode features a villain being double-crossed by their own offspring; said offspring justifying this by how the villain treated them; and Batman telling the offspring not to be sure the villain is really dead. "Ascension" features Paxton Powers betraying his father Derek to become the new CEO of Wayne-Powers and "Inqueling" features Deanna killing her mother Inque to steal her money. Inque survives but it's not known what happens to Deanna as a consequence of this.
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In A Brother's Price this is used as a source for drama. There was a civil war between two branches of the royal family not so long ago, and the royal family is genre-savvy enough not to risk a repetition by splitting the family again. This means that all the princesses have to marry one husband. However, there is the additional problem that their now deceased ex-husband was evil, and they married him against the warnings of Princess Trini. They do not want that one to repeat itself either, but Trini, who was hurt most, is understandably reluctant to marry anyone.
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Dwarf Fortress being its darkly humorous self, its Video Game Cruelty Potential is very, very high and usually combined with exploits. So here's probably the best fan theory on the origin of the Hidden Fun Stuff.
The gist of the argument goes like this: if you start with a bunch of emotionally-numb dwarves, burrow them underground, invoke Body Horror, and cover the whole complex in lava... wouldn't the logical end result count as Physical Hell?
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The Sandman when Morpheus first met Hob Gadling in 1389 the other people in the tavern were grumbling about the poll tax, seeing signs of the apocalypse, discussing whether Black Death was judgement from God, and making dirty jokes about the clergy. When they meet again in 1989 discussion topics include the poll tax, signs of the apocalypse, AIDS as divine punishment, and dirty jokes about clergy.
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In The Changeling Sequence, Jason is brutally reminded of Bruce's Death by Origin Story when a punk with a gun threatens him in a dark alley right in front of Bruce's eight-year-old son.
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Of Quirks and Magic:
Dr. Strange sees himself in Izuku when seeing the boy despair over his crippled hands. This, along with Izuku's earnest wish to become a hero to help others, is what inspires Strange to take Izuku under his wing.
Power Loader chastises Hatsume for trying to produce an AI based on Izuku's brain patterns, listing Ultron as an example of the potential danger such a thing could cause and forces her to dismantle it. His worry is based on experience: he helped create Ultron.
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The Legend of Zelda:
In The Legend of Zelda: A Link Between Worlds, Lorule started to gradually crumble away after they destroyed their Triforce. Ravio kicks Hilda into a Heel Realization after telling her that taking Hyrule's Triforce away from them would simply cause them to go through the same decay that is now affecting Lorule.
In The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild, both Mipha and her father were both well aware of the story of the Zora princess who fell in love with a Hylian swordsman (Ruto from Ocarina of Time), citing it as a reason they believed Mipha's love for Link made sense. It ended up being more appropriate to the current situation than they would have liked, as Ruto Did Not Get The Guy either.
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In the past, Chrono of Chrono Crusade (the manga version) was in love with a woman called Mary Magdalene, who was possessed by Pandaemonium, the demon's Hive Queen. This kicked off the events which led to her death. When Rosette is placed in a frighteningly similar situation, Aion feels the need to point out that history is repeating itself.
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Castle in the Sky's opening credits show this wordlessly: it begins with a shot of the wind powering a simple fan-based forge, through an industrial revolution and humans taking to the skies in ever-more complex machines and culminating in the creation of floating continents. Then, after a great war, humans leave the fallen cities and we see the same shot of the wind powering the fan, this time in a water pump. (The rest of the movie shows that humans have once again created Those Magnificent Flying Machines and is about preventing them from making the same mistakes as last time.)
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In the Sly Cooper games, at least two generations of Cooper Gang members had one of them turn rouge and back-stabbed them. For Sly's father, that would be Dr. M, who wanted to steal the contents of the Cooper Vault as revenge, and is implied to have sold out his former friend to Clockwerk and the Fiendish Five. For Sly himself, that would be Penelope, who went insane from greed and power and plotted to murder Sly out of envy.
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This is also specifically the point of the ideological debate in Mobile Suit Gundam Wing's movie, Endless Waltz. The villainess argues that war is an inevitable part of human nature (the titular "endless waltz" of war, peace, and revolution), while the female lead says that lasting peace can happen if people are willing to put forth the effort to end the Vicious Cycle. Needless to say, at least in the ∀ Gundam version of events, she does't succeed in spreading that idea.
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Maison Ikkoku has an example where Kyoko romantically pursued her teacher, and when Godai gets a teaching job at her old school not only is he also romantically pursed by a student, but the several of the methods used are very similar. (Tagging the teacher with a heart on the back when he's not looking).
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Fate Parallel Fantasia:
Caster's original Master attempts to betray her for the younger and prettier False Caster, just like how Jason of the Argonauts betrayed her original self, Medea, for a younger and prettier princess. She gets so pissed off at this happening again that she kills him and then tries to kill False Caster until she escapes.
In his original timeline, back when True Archer was Shirou Emiya, he foolishly risked his life to try to save Saber from Berserker. In the final battle, he ends up doing it again, sacrificing himself to save her and help her defeat Berserker. He comments on it, but dies without regrets, admitting he would choose to save her every time.
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A very subtle instance occurs in A Man of Iron when Oberyn Martell gives his eldest daughter as a bride to Antony Stark's ward Jon. Unbeknownst to him, he arranged a wedding between a daughter of House Martell to a Targaryen prince, recreating Prince Rhaegar and Elia Martell's union.
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Geo-Force tries this gambit against Deathstroke in Final Crisis: Last Will and Testament by luring him to the location where Deathstroke's son had his throat slit. Deathstroke claims that Brion isn't the first one to try this, but Brion is the first to slit his own throat for full effect.
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In the Star vs. the Forces of Evil fan comic Echo Creek A Tale Of Two Butterflies, the friendship between main characters Meteora and Mariposa is very similar to the one Star and Marco had years before them, with Meteora as the thrill-seeking princess and Mariposa as the more cautious human.
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The Gundam series, according to ∀ Gundam, is all one timeline with this going on. Mankind keeps making space colonies, having a civil war with them, getting a bit too violent and inventing gundams that are too powerful, and destroying said colonies, forgetting about it, then sending out new colonies, only to have a civil war with them. Then gundams get too powerful... and each time, they progress a little further, with the destruction and casting back of mankind going further each time. By the time of ∀ Gundam, they're at an early-1900s level of technology. And history repeats again anyway, using Lost Technology.
This is also specifically the point of the ideological debate in Mobile Suit Gundam Wing's movie, Endless Waltz. The villainess argues that war is an inevitable part of human nature (the titular "endless waltz" of war, peace, and revolution), while the female lead says that lasting peace can happen if people are willing to put forth the effort to end the Vicious Cycle. Needless to say, at least in the ∀ Gundam version of events, she does't succeed in spreading that idea.
Mobile Suit Gundam Unicorn applies this to the Universal Century in general. Despite all the lofty aspirations made by humanity, from uniting Earth under the Federation to the space colonies and even the Newtype ideal, the same mistakes they've supposedly overcome keep getting repeated...albeit on a much larger scale as shown by the One Year War and subsequent conflicts. Audrey wonders at one point whether an answer to that age-old question even exists.
Gundam: Reconguista in G meanwhile, taking place in the same timeline as the Universal Century albeit long after the calendar itself was abolished, has the Capital and SU-Cordists and their Spacenoid masters attempting to keep the UC's events from happening again. While this has in the process led to mankind becoming reminiscent of the pre-Earth Federation days, it'll all be for naught given that the anime also takes place in the same continuity as ∀ Gundam.
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The Empire blew up the planet of Alderaan with the Death Star in A New Hope. Years later, the First Order uses a similar superweapon to destroy the entire Hosnian system.
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Lost starting in the season 5 finale. It's implied that people have been coming to the island only to be wiped out over and over again as part of Jacob and the Man in Black's grand morality test. Taken to an extreme in "Across the Sea" where it's revealed that Jacob isn't even the original protector of the island and that there had probably been many previous protectors before he was born.
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Back to the Future, anyone? Just one example — the skateboard chase in 1955 in Part I, the Hover Board chase in 2015 in Part II, and the horseback chase in 1885 in Part III. All involving Marty McFly being chased by a Tannen.
Notably, though, they all work out entirely differently. The first time, Marty easily beats them because he's the only one with a skateboard. The second time, they've all got hoverboards, in fact, they've got better hoverboards, and he narrowly escapes them. The third time, they're all on horseback, and he's on foot, and they catch him easily.
Lampshaded by old Biff in 2015: "There's something very familiar about all this."
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Mobile Suit Gundam Unicorn applies this to the Universal Century in general. Despite all the lofty aspirations made by humanity, from uniting Earth under the Federation to the space colonies and even the Newtype ideal, the same mistakes they've supposedly overcome keep getting repeated...albeit on a much larger scale as shown by the One Year War and subsequent conflicts. Audrey wonders at one point whether an answer to that age-old question even exists.
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In 1972, Benjamin Bradlee was the editor-in-chief of The Washington Post, and oversaw the investigative reporting by Bob Woodward and Carl Bernstein into the Watergate burglary, triggering the biggest scandal in American history. Thirty years later, his son, Ben Bradlee Jr., was an editor at The Boston Globe and oversaw the investigation into another major American scandal: that of sexual abuse by the Catholic Church. Both stories got film adaptations, too: Watergate got All the President's Men, and the Catholic sex abuse scandal got Spotlight.
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Mahou Sensei Negima! is shaping up to be this, with Negi and his Generation Xerox crew facing more or less the same scenario and villains that the last generation did.
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Crimson And Emerald, both Todoroki Touya and Shouto were physically and emotionally abused by their physically and socially powerful father with an abused mother powerless to stop him before they eventually rebelled. It turns out Endeavor was also abused in the same by his own father, Todoroki Ryu before he ultimately rebelled and refused to listen to his father or anyone else.
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In Cars 3, Lightning McQueen ends up experiencing the same problems that had happened with his late crew chief and mentor, Doc Hudson. He is outmatched by a rookie and suffers a horrible crash that puts the future of his career in doubt, and he worries that he might have to retire as Doc did. Unlike Doc, however, he doesn’t but still becomes a mentor to rookie Cruz Ramirez, who just started her racing career, and like what happened with Strip “The King” Weathers, a former legend from his rookie season, she helps him finish the race.
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The first game has this happen twice:
Case 3 has a rather ironic example: While working on a movie, action star Jack Hammer kills note and whether or not it was accidental is never specified, the lover of his director, Dee Vasquez, by impaling him on a nearby fence. Five years later, Hammer is found dead - Vasquez had been blackmailing him over the incident for half a decade, and so Hammer plotted to murder Vasquez, dressing up as his co-star, Will Powers, to frame him. Unfortunately for Hammer, Vasquez fought back and ended up impaling Hammer on the very same fence.
One of the most prominent factors present in case 4 is the DL-6 Incident; the murder of Miles Edgeworth's father, defense attorney Gregory Edgeworth in an earthquake-stricken elevator - a murder that Miles witnessed. The prime suspect is the other man in the elevator, bailiff Yanni Yogi, who is testified by Miles to have been fighting Gregory before the attorney's death. However, he is acquitted by his lawyer, Robert Hammond, by reason of insanity. This ruins Yogi's life - he is made a laughingstock, fired from his job, and his fiance, Polly, commits suicide. He exiles himself at a boat shop, with only his parrot to keep him company. 15 years later, Hammond is murdered, and Edgeworth is arrested and prosecuted by his mentor, legendary prosecutor Manfred von Karma, who has not lost a case for 40 years. Phoenix defends his rival, and discovers that Yogi was the true culprit, having discovered the boat shop near the crime scene, and deducing his identity by the name of his parrot: Polly.
However, it doesn't end there: For fifteen years, Edgeworth had believed that he was the one who killed his father, and so he confesses it to the court moments after his acquittal for Hammond's murder. Another trial is held, during which it is revealed that von Karma was the one who murdered Edgeworth's father - before his death, Gregory Edgeworth had been the defense attorney for a trial prosecuted by von Karma. Though he lost the case, he managed to blemish von Karma's perfect record by exposing his corrupt ways. After the trial and ensuing earthquake, von Karma found the elevator in which Edgeworth senior had passed out, and was shot in the shoulder by Miles, who had fired Yogi's gun in defense of his father. Understandably pissed off from being shot in the shoulder, he terminated Edgeworth, and took a several-month-long holiday because he refused to have the bullet taken outnote  after all, having it removed would create an evidence trail. Ironically, this led to his downfall, as Phoenix reasons that the bullet that hit von Karma is still in his shoulder, and uses a metal detector he acquired earlier to confirm his theory. Thus, after 15 years, the DL-6 Incident finally concluded.
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Daredevil (2015): In seasons 1 and 3, Wilson Fisk is taken down because Nelson & Murdock flip a corrupt cop that Fisk ordered to do dirty acts that said cop drew a line at doing. In season 1, it's Carl Hoffman, a corrupt NYPD detective who Fisk threatened into killing his own partner and best friend Christian Blake. In season 3, the honor goes to Ray Nadeem, an FBI agent who has been manipulated by Fisk into releasing him from prison and later harassing Nelson & Murdock after Fisk "accuses" Matt of being an accomplice of his, and then gets strongarmed into being Dex's getaway driver as he tries to go public with what he know. In both cases, Fisk makes efforts to kill the cop in question. His efforts to get rid of Hoffman fail as Matt shows up right as other corrupt cops are about to finish off Hoffman. Fisk makes a similar attempt to get rid of Nadeem in season 3 by having men ambush him while Matt is escorting him to the courthouse to testify before a grand jury, but Matt and Nadeem fight off the assassins, prompting Fisk to pull a backup plan and intimidate the grand jury. Then Vanessa makes the decision for Nadeem to be killed, which is carried out by Dex but not before Ray makes a confession video that is admissible as evidence against Fisk due to a loophole.
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Wakfu: When Adamai is horrified by Qilby's plan to drain the World of Twelve of its wakfu to power up the Zinit for another trip to the cosmos, Qilby is not surprised. He claims that Adamai and Yugo have not changed since their previous incarnations. As much as he wishes things would be different this time, his long immortal existence has taught him that history repeats endlessly.
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The French Revolution of 1830 (the one that Les Misérables revolves around). Many of the revolutionaries were looking back at recent French history, and the sequence of events involved: To begin with, an all-powerful King. An attempt is made to limit his power but this gets radicalised to the extent that they commit regicide and proclaim a republic. The republic is unable to settle on a stable system of government until a leading military figure stages a coup and seizes power. After initial success, this regime also collapses and the monarchy is restored. The new king rules with success but is succeeded by a brother who badly mishandles his inheritance, which was the situation in 1830. The solution, the revolutionaries decided, was to overthrow the new king and replace him with another from a cadet branch of the royal family. Why? Well, at least in part, because this was what the English had done in 1688, at the end of exactly the same sequence of events.
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In Beautiful Losers, F. says that the British did to the French what the French did to the Indians back in the 1600s, creating a cycle of oppression and cultural dissociation.
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In The Murder on the Links, the crime that Poirot and Hastings encounter is very similar to the Beroldy Scandal which took place 20 years before.
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In Code Geass, Lelouch lost his mother to an assassin, which shattered his cozy, comfortable worldview and inspired him to change the world with Well Intentioned Extremism in order to give his beloved sister a better life. His father the Emperor, who is the biggest obstacle on his quest, went through pretty much the exact same thing in his lifetime and is himself trying to change the world — along with his wife, who's Not Quite Dead. You can imagine Lelouch's shock when he learns all this...
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In "Me and the Cockroach" by Hobo Johnson, humanity evolves, discovers it's going to die, invents religion and government, and conflict accellerates until humanity destroys itself in a nuclear war. The cockroaches survive, become intelligent, and the whole cycle repeats itself.
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Five Nights at Freddy's and Five Nights at Freddy's 2. Night guard fends off killer robots, something happens to shut down the pizzeria, then management tries to revive the pizzeria, starting the cycle again. However, FNAF 2 came first.
The third game deconstructs this, as by now everyone knows the horrible atrocities that happened at the pizzerias. But From a Certain Point of View, this trope is still in play, as they reopen it as a horror attraction, with another killer animatronic in it. There's also one more thing that also keeps happening: The Murderer, or Purple Guy as he is depicted in cutscenes, always comes back to the pizzeria if only to kill more kids. And, true to form, he's come to Fazbear's Fright...as ''Springtrap", the aforementioned animatronic.
The fifth and sixth games invoke this to a degree: in Sister Location Circus Baby is revealed to be a product of the Murderer's actions, and the animatronics themselves were going to use the place as a murder house, while in Pizzeria Simulator, Cassette Man deliberately set the pizza place up to lure the killer animatronics in, including the aforementioned Springtrap, then starts his own "accident" to kill them all and free their souls (or in Springtrap's case, give him a taste of Hell).
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At the end of Fatal Fury, Geese Howard dies when he is defeated by Terry Bogard and falls from the top of his tower...or so it seems. In truth, Geese had a magic scroll, one of three that was said to grant immortality, that allowed him to survive the fall. He arranges another tournament later in Real Bout: Fatal Fury after finding and destroying the scrolls so that their power could never be used against him. Once more, Terry and Geese square off at the top of Geese's tower, and once again, Terry defeats Geese. This time, however, Terry tries to save Geese from falling, only for Geese to defiantly refuse and allow himself to fall.
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Your Name: When Sayaka says that a meteorite splitting off from comet Tiamat and striking Itomori is just a what-if, Tessie points out that Lake Itomori is not only also a meteor crater, but was formed 1,200 years ago — the orbital period of comet Tiamat...
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Game of Thrones:
Jon Snow points out that multiple times in the past Wildlings have raised an army under a chosen King Beyond The Wall, in an attempt to make their way south past the wall. They always crumbled when face with a proper army though, due to their lack of organized cooperation and military discipline. Jon's insistence that they will meet the same fate despite their passion and numbers is flippantly dismissed. Completing the cycle, Stannis utterly crushes the Wildling Army with a surprise cavalry attack.
Ned promising to take care of the dying Robert's children. He did the same for his sister Lyanna.
Subverted in how Littlefinger tries to play Sansa and Arya against each other just as he manipulated their mother, Catelyn and her own sister Lysa. Littlefinger fails to understand Sansa and Arya's dynamic is much different than their mother and aunt and pays for it with his life.
Aerys Targaryen's first Hand of the King was Tywin Lannister. Before departing for Westeros, Aerys' daughter chooses Tywin's son as her Hand, in what constitutes his second stint at the post. Coincidentally, both Tyrion and Dany are the youngest children of their families and were bullied by Smug Snake older siblings who were spiteful that they lost their mothers due to their births.
Stannis Baratheon:
A king who gets advice from both a woman with Black and White Insanity who uses sex as a weapon and his rational best friend, while more often than not ignoring the latter. Yup, Stannis is Robert's brother alright. In addition, Stannis shares with Robert the hardships of controlling the North, even with a Stark by his side, as he points out to Jon Snow, whom he tries to legitimize to help win the North over, but Jon refuses out of a sense of duty.
Though he would likely bristle at the comparison, his burning of dissenters is remarkably similar to Aerys Targaryen at the end.
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Cartoon Planet's original '90s incarnation was cancelled after 22 episodes. A modern version of Cartoon Planet was brought back early in the year of what would be Cartoon Network's 20th anniversary, only to once again be removed from the schedule after 22 episodes. However, it came back a month afterward, just in time for the actual month of the anniversary, and ran for another two years with a total of 124 episodes.
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Love Hina has parallel scenes at the beginning of the series and the beginning of the epilogue.
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In Debt of Honor, quite a few parts of the military side of the plan mirror similar events from back in World War II, all the way up to starting the violence by using the same code phrase that started the attack on Pearl Harbor. This does not go unnoticed.
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In The Wave, a High School history teacher is trying to show his class just how easily the Nazis came to power, only to be met with disbelief by students who think that "it can't happen here." So he shows them otherwise by starting a fascist movement in the class.
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My Next Life as a Villainess: All Routes Lead to Doom!: In Katarina's previous life, she first met her best friend Atsuko after falling out of a tree and the two would end up bonding over their shared love of otaku culture. Her first interaction with Atsuko's reincarnation Sophia happened after she jumped down from a tree and the two would bond over their shared love of romance novels.
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In Our Blades Are Sharp, a knight wearing black armor wrought with rubies wins a tournament and crowns a Stark girl as his Queen of Love and Beauty. Ned knows the guy is actually Domeric Bolton — his daughter Sansa's betrothed — but the resemblance is not lost on him, nor Robert. In fact, Robert mistook Domeric for Rhaegar and nearly charges the tournament field in a rage before Ned points out that it's really Domeric.
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Doctor Who:
In-universe, humanity can't seem to resist the lure of slave labor, no matter how much it corrupts and backfires.
The Daleks likewise are trapped in an eternal cycle of evolving to improve their situation and then turning on themselves for failing to remain pure.
Meta-example with the Time War and destruction of Gallifrey: Elements of this story had been bouncing around since the early 1980s, usually with the intention of curing the series of a lot of its Continuity Lockout. However, none of the attempts to actually depict it ever got off the ground. The 4D War intended by Alan Moore in the Doctor Who Magazine strips never made it fully to print, as he left early. "Gallifrey" was a proposed Sixth Doctor story to be written by Pip and Jane Baker rumoured to destroy the titular planet and shake up the status quo, but it was part of a cancelled season. "Doctor Who: The Last of the Time Lords" was the title for one draft of what eventually became the TV Movie. The Eighth Doctor Adventures range of BBC Books came closest with a story arc about "The War", a time-active conflict in the future, which was eventually prevented from happening by Gallifrey's premature destruction. In fact, from 1981's 4-D War to 2013's "The Day of the Doctor", no Time War was ever actually depicted, and given the setting of the aforementioned anniversary special, that arguably still remains the case.
Series 8 was essentially a variation on this: an elderly Doctor in his fifties, his two first companions being teachers from Coal Hill School (kinda), and a new regeneration cycle were all elements from the very beginning.
Another meta-example is the various incarnations of the Doctor in Classic and New Who. The most popular Doctor in their respective eras (Four and Ten) get replaced by the youngest actor to play the role at the time (Five and Eleven) and their replacement is a Doctor designed to hark back to the earlier, darker side of the Doctor; played by an actor who appeared on the show before being cast in the role (Six and Twelve). They are then succeeded by a Doctor who uses a British accent that the Doctor has never used before (Seven, Scottish; and Thirteen, Yorkshire).
"Spyfall" resets the Doctor's situation back to the way things were at the beginning of the new series with The Reveal that Gallifrey has been destroyed (apparently by the Master), leaving the Doctor and the Master as the Last of Their Kind again.
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In A Canticle for Leibowitz, the readers know the world had had a great nuclear war sometime in the past (our present). Then there's The Simplification, which is another world-wide war, and a third war (nuclear again) in the third part. The book ends with what's left of humanity moving on to a new planet, probably to keep the cycle of stupidity going.
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In the series finale of The Wire, several characters end up in situations that harken back to the beginning of the show (in tandem with call backs). The "Where Are They Now?" Epilogue insinuates that Baltimore is a cyclical place and that characters will always end up in certain roles.
Leander Sydnor goes to Judge Phelan and asks his help investigating a major case, like Jimmy McNulty did, in a conversation with the exact same character, five seasons prior).
Bodie's fate is quite reminiscent of Wallace's. He also becomes disillusioned by The Game's casual violence and decides to talk to the cops, only to be killed before he can cooperate.
Namond takes elements from two figures. First, he comes from a family noted for their connection with the drug trade and it's assumed that he will take up that mantle as well despite having no heart for the game. Sounds like D'Angelo, but he gets a rare happy ending because Wee-Bey realizes the drug trade isn't right for him and allows Namond to be adopted by Colvin instead. On the other hand, he uses the exact same line as Clay Davis "I'll take any motherfucker's money if he's giving it away!" and shows an interest in politics and debate after being adopted by Colvin.
Randy loses his mother figure early in life, his talents go mostly overlooked and unappreciated, is repeatedly screwed over by the system, and winds up adopting a thug attitude. Sounds like Bodie, although we don't see if he ends up the same way.
In Homicide, Kima Greggs becomes the new McNulty
On a more positive note, the formerly irresponsible Ellis Carver is implied to be on his way to becoming the new Cedric Daniels.
Michael Lee becomes the new Omar Little. In fact, the last thing we see him do is shooting someone in the knee during a robbery, just like we saw Omar do during Omar's first robbery in Season 1.
Dukie Weems becomes the new Bubbles.
Kenard shows the text-book signs of being a sociopath. Has dreams of becoming a great street legend like Omar. Sounds like Marlo Stanfield, who himself, is a sociopath that had dreams of becoming a street legend and saw his chance to act on it after the Barksdale crew was brought down. Kenard saw his chance by killing Omar Little, knowing the Stanfield crew was looking for him. It's suggested Crutchfield arrests him for Omar's murder, but it's not known if he'll get charged as an adult and convicted. Given that he's very young, there's a chance he might just get sent to a behavior correctional center, which in a way is a Karma Houdini example, just like Marlo.
Valchek becomes the new Burrell/Frazier after being promoted to Commissioner.
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Scarily, the more Vince McMahon continues to be at the helm of the WWE, the more its ongoing problems are starting to mirror the problems that killed its chief rival. An over-reliance on past stars, a heel faction at the top that many feel has long exhausted its welcome, neglecting everything else in favor of the main event, either involving the world title or past stars (or both), and what seems to be an outright refusal to make a new star. The one new star he's trying to make isn't allowed to play to his strengths and get over that way, with Vince doing everything in his power to mold him into HIS star, to an almost stubborn degree. It's begun to alienate fans, with the WWE having lost a million viewers over the span of one year. The parallels are becoming obvious to everyone, especially to those who read the aforementioned book (which might as well be nearly every hardcore fan in the last decade), that fans are either demanding his retirement or wishing he'd keel over and die already before the damage gets any worse.
The career of Roman Reigns parallels The Rock's career in the sense that they're both trying to get over as white meat babyfaces only to be completely rejected by fans. The fact that they're cousins is just icing on the cake. In fact, the parallels are so eerily strong that many are beginning to wonder if fate is trying to tell Vince something.
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The Criminal Minds episode "Birthright" ends with the villain being killed by his pregnant wife, just like his father (also a serial killer) was.
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In Ikki Tousen, the fighters (who are reincarnations of the various generals of Romance of the Three Kingdoms) are destined to fight and die in the same battles, in similar ways.
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In Amazing Fantasy, Peter decides to become Izuku's mentor after watching him jump out of traffic the way he had as a teenager.
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In season 13 of The Amazing Race Toni & Dallas got their passports stolen in Moscow when their cab driver drove off with their bags. They were given a Mercy Kill. The same thing happened to James & Abba in season 21 but they were allowed to run another leg because they weren't leaving Russia. The show hasn't been back since (season 21 was filmed in 2012) presumably for this reason.
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In 2099: Manifest Destiny, we find out Captain America's fate: he once again ended up in a block of ice at the end of the Heroic Age as he'd done at the end of World War II and is revived in the 2099 time period. Amusingly, during the "One Nation Under Doom" event, a clone of Steve Rogers created to be a puppet had this as a cover story.
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Battlestar Galactica (2003): "All of this has happened before. And all of it will happen again." The series ends on an uncertain note as to whether or not humanity is destined to fight yet another Robot War.
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In Harry Potter and the Nightmares of Futures Past, while this concept literally applies as Harry is re-doing his time at Hogwarts, from Dumbledore's perspective this is happening with Harry; a young boy, with both parents dead from a young age and raised in a loveless household, showing tremendous aptitude and skill, with a clique of devoted young friends, most of whom seem to have little regard for the rules; put it all together and Dumbledore is disturbingly reminded of Tom Riddle. When he admits his concerns, Professor McGonagall calls him on this view by pointing out that Harry and his friends are True Companions, something the Death Eaters and Voldemort most assuredly aren't, with Harry showing equal concern for his friends as they would for him as opposed to Voldemort dismissing anyone who can't keep up.
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In the South Park episode "Fingerbang," Stan gets a nasty reaction from his father Randy when he and his friends decide to start a boy band, and Randy opposes it vehemently throughout the whole episode. It turns out Randy was afraid that this trope would happen—he has previously been in a boy band, and while they enjoyed success at first, his life, and those of his bandmates', spiraled into total despair when the fad for them had passed. Luckily, Stan and the others bailed out before anything bad could happen.
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Gundam: Reconguista in G meanwhile, taking place in the same timeline as the Universal Century albeit long after the calendar itself was abolished, has the Capital and SU-Cordists and their Spacenoid masters attempting to keep the UC's events from happening again. While this has in the process led to mankind becoming reminiscent of the pre-Earth Federation days, it'll all be for naught given that the anime also takes place in the same continuity as ∀ Gundam.
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Buffy the Vampire Slayer: a rather dark example comes from Consequences, where Faith had accidentally killed a human, tries to dispose of the body, then becomes a rapist (damn near enough in Xander's case, then using Buffy's body to seduce Riley.) In Dead Things Buffy has essentially raped Spike, then she thinks she killed a human and Spike tries to dispose of the evidence (although she was genuinely planning to turn herself in before she learned the identity of her 'victim' and realised what had really happened). The way she's acting bothers her so much she looks into whether she Came Back Wrong, then she finds out she didn't.
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Happens all the time in the Ace Attorney franchise, usually with events resembling an incident from several years before the setting of the game.
The first game has this happen twice:
Case 3 has a rather ironic example: While working on a movie, action star Jack Hammer kills note and whether or not it was accidental is never specified, the lover of his director, Dee Vasquez, by impaling him on a nearby fence. Five years later, Hammer is found dead - Vasquez had been blackmailing him over the incident for half a decade, and so Hammer plotted to murder Vasquez, dressing up as his co-star, Will Powers, to frame him. Unfortunately for Hammer, Vasquez fought back and ended up impaling Hammer on the very same fence.
One of the most prominent factors present in case 4 is the DL-6 Incident; the murder of Miles Edgeworth's father, defense attorney Gregory Edgeworth in an earthquake-stricken elevator - a murder that Miles witnessed. The prime suspect is the other man in the elevator, bailiff Yanni Yogi, who is testified by Miles to have been fighting Gregory before the attorney's death. However, he is acquitted by his lawyer, Robert Hammond, by reason of insanity. This ruins Yogi's life - he is made a laughingstock, fired from his job, and his fiance, Polly, commits suicide. He exiles himself at a boat shop, with only his parrot to keep him company. 15 years later, Hammond is murdered, and Edgeworth is arrested and prosecuted by his mentor, legendary prosecutor Manfred von Karma, who has not lost a case for 40 years. Phoenix defends his rival, and discovers that Yogi was the true culprit, having discovered the boat shop near the crime scene, and deducing his identity by the name of his parrot: Polly.
However, it doesn't end there: For fifteen years, Edgeworth had believed that he was the one who killed his father, and so he confesses it to the court moments after his acquittal for Hammond's murder. Another trial is held, during which it is revealed that von Karma was the one who murdered Edgeworth's father - before his death, Gregory Edgeworth had been the defense attorney for a trial prosecuted by von Karma. Though he lost the case, he managed to blemish von Karma's perfect record by exposing his corrupt ways. After the trial and ensuing earthquake, von Karma found the elevator in which Edgeworth senior had passed out, and was shot in the shoulder by Miles, who had fired Yogi's gun in defense of his father. Understandably pissed off from being shot in the shoulder, he terminated Edgeworth, and took a several-month-long holiday because he refused to have the bullet taken outnote  after all, having it removed would create an evidence trail. Ironically, this led to his downfall, as Phoenix reasons that the bullet that hit von Karma is still in his shoulder, and uses a metal detector he acquired earlier to confirm his theory. Thus, after 15 years, the DL-6 Incident finally concluded.
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Yuri Is My Job: When Hime and Mitsuki are in elementary school, Hime agreed to play alongside Mitsuki in a piano recital, which resulted in students spreading rumors that the very unpopular Mitsuki bullied Hime into doing it. In response, Hime quits the recital to spare Mitsuki, causing Mitsuki to believe that Hime betrayed her, and resulting in their friendship falling apart. Years later, Hime ends up working at the same salon as Mitsuki (whom she doesn't recognize), in which both girls roleplay as students at an all-girl school, with Hime becoming Mitsuki's "schwester." When Mitsuki reveals herself to Hime, the resulting tensions between them result in people claiming that Mitsuki forced Hime to be her schwester. This time, Hime makes an emotional outburst saying that she is Mitsuki's schwester because she wants to be.
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In Third Watch, Ty's father is murdered years before the series starts. His partner Sully finds out the truth behind the murder (that the murderer was paid by a corrupt cop, CT Finney) but says nothing in order to protect Ty's family's police pension. Fast forward to 2004, where CT Finney is exposed and commits suicide. Ty ends up helping Finney's son to make it look like an accident-so that Mrs. Finney can still get her police pension.
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Revenge of the Sith features the rise of the Galactic Empire and the near-total genocide of the Jedi with Anakin Skywalker/Darth Vader's assistance. In the thirty years between their defeat and The Force Awakens, Luke Skywalker's efforts to rebuild the Jedi Order are undone by Kylo Ren's massacre, who allies himself with the fledgling First Order. Even worse, Kylo Ren is Anakin's grandson.
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In Babylon 5, the various incarnations of the Shadow/Vorlon War, up until the point where Sheridan punches History in the face and throws it out of the galaxy.
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The Moon and Earth Kingdoms from Sailor Moon were originally destroyed by Princess Serenity and Prince Endymion's forbidden love. When they are resurrected (as Usagi and Mamoru respectively), they fall in love again and history is doomed to repeat unless they take actions about it. This is taken further in the live action adaptation.
Quite fittingly, in the manga Queen Beryl, responsible for summoning the Eldritch Abomination that destroyed the Silver Millennium, dies Gutted Like a Fish by Sailor Venus both in the Silver Millennium and the modern day.
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As pointed out on the Fridge page of Dexter's Laboratory: Ego Trip, the four Dexters are an excellent case of "those who don't remember history are doomed to repeat it" in one person. None of the older Dexters will ever remember that Dee Dee was actually the one to save the world because their egos will not let them remember that, and will insist that they were the ones to save the world, thus dooming themselves into repeating the actions they did in the movie. The 'main' Dexter is excused because this is his first time experiencing it, and technically the oldest one can be excused on the grounds of senility.
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 Fire Emblem: Three Houses (Video Game) / int_e003c829
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 Five Nights at Candy's (Video Game) / int_e003c829
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 Five Nights at Candy's 2 (Video Game) / int_e003c829
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 Five Nights at Freddy's 2 (Video Game) / int_e003c829
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 Homefront (Video Game) / int_e003c829
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 Medabots (Video Game) / int_e003c829
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 Persona 2 (Video Game) / int_e003c829
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 Pokémon Ruby and Sapphire (Video Game) / int_e003c829
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 Pokémon Super Mystery Dungeon (Video Game) / int_e003c829
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 Rise of the Reds (Video Game) / int_e003c829
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 SiN (Video Game) / int_e003c829
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 Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice (Video Game) / int_e003c829
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 Shenmue III (Video Game) / int_e003c829
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 Shin Sakura Wars (Video Game) / int_e003c829
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 Sonic the Hedgehog 4 (Video Game) / int_e003c829
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 Star Control (Video Game) / int_e003c829
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 Video Game: Still Life 2
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 Surviving High School (Video Game) / int_e003c829
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 The Fourth Age: Total War (Video Game) / int_e003c829
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 The Ninja Warriors Again (Video Game) / int_e003c829
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 The World Ends with You (Video Game) / int_e003c829
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 Tomb Raider Chronicles (Video Game) / int_e003c829
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 Warriors Orochi (Video Game) / int_e003c829
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 Video Games: Paladins Quest
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 Videogame: Five Nights at Freddy's 2 / int_33c0d0ac
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 NieR: Automata / Videogame / int_e003c829
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 Analogue: A Hate Story (Visual Novel) / int_e003c829
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 Visual Novel: Corpse Party: Cross Fear / int_33c0d0ac
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 Dai Gyakuten Saiban: Naruhodou Ryuunosuke no Bouken (Visual Novel) / int_e003c829
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 Echo (Visual Novel) / int_e003c829
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 It Lives (Visual Novel) / int_e003c829
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 BrainScratch Commentaries (Web Video) / int_e003c829
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 Escape the Night (Web Video) / int_e003c829
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 Web Video: Riley Rewind / int_33c0d0ac
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 The Eleven Little Roosters / int_33c0d0ac
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 Webcomic: A Fairytale for the Demon Lord / int_33c0d0ac
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 Webcomic: Jack / int_33c0d0ac
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 Webcomic: La Mouette Noire / int_33c0d0ac
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 Nerf NOW!! (Webcomic) / int_e003c829
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 The Descended (Webcomic) / int_e003c829
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 The Savage Sword of Sharona (Webcomic) / int_e003c829
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 Reaction & Review / Webvideo / int_e003c829
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 Frisky Dingo / int_e003c829
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 Gargoyles / int_e003c829
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 Ninjago / int_e003c829
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 ParaNorman / int_e003c829
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 Ralph Breaks the Internet / int_e003c829
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 She-Ra and the Princesses of Power / int_e003c829
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 Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse / int_e003c829
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 Spider-Man: The Animated Series / int_e003c829
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 Steven Universe: The Movie / int_e003c829
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 The Crumpets / int_e003c829
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 The Lion Guard / int_e003c829
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 Total Drama Presents: The Ridonculous Race / int_e003c829
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 Becky Lynch (Wrestling) / int_e003c829
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 Bryan Danielson (Wrestling) / int_e003c829
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 Dwayne Johnson (Wrestling) / int_e003c829
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 Hell in a Cell (Wrestling) / int_e003c829
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 Kofi Kingston (Wrestling) / int_e003c829
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 WWE (Wrestling) / int_e003c829
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 Mobile Suit Gundam AGE / int_e003c829
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 Mobile Suit Victory Gundam / int_e003c829
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 The Searchers / int_e003c829
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 Chrono Crusade (Manga) / int_e003c829
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 Magic Knight Rayearth (Manga) / int_e003c829
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