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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...
Keroro Gunsou, Encounter 67 -- The Charge of The Animal Brigade

Wolverine: What about Onslaught?

Beast: We just pretend that never happened ...for the Professor's sake.
"Dimensions in Time"...we don't like to talk about that.

Cashier: Okay, that's the Rocky giftset. That's going to be $49.99.

Sports Guy: Uh...we have a question.

Cashier: Sure.

Sports Guy: I don't want to pay for Rocky V. I like to pretend that Rocky V never happened.

Superman (1978), and sequels. (Warner Bros.) 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.
Highlander 2 never happened. Don't make us hurt you.

Miss Cackle: Now come along Miss Harbroom, I've declared this an afternoon out, and you know what that means.

Miss Hardbroom: A holiday?

Miss Cackle: More than that. Tomorrow, we will forget that we were here together. An afternoon that never happened!
The Worst Witch, Season 1, Episode 11 -- Let Them Eat Cake
Swank had a brief run on Beverly Hills, 90210 and starred in Karate Kid Pt. 4, a film that we're pretty sure doesn't actually exist. (Except that there's evidence.)

Person #1: I forgot how good that movie was.

Person #2: Wanna put on the other two?

(#2 is beaten offscren)

Person #1: I forgot how great that movie was.

Person #3: Too bad they never made any sequels.

Alt Text: I actually remember being entertained by both the sequels while in the theatre. They just don't hold up nearly as well in later comparison.
Xkcd, "Matrix"

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.

Which brings us to the Karate Kid trilogy. Sure, there was allegedly a fourth installment ("The Next Karate Kid," featuring Hillary Swank as Mr. Miyagi's new student), but as far as I'm concerned, that movie never happened. You hear me? Just like "Rocky V," "48 Hrs.," "Caddyshack 2," "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.
"It's a movie so shitty that it's not even considered to be in canon with the rest of the series."
The Spoony One on Pumpkinhead 2: Bloodwings
"Also Hermione and Ginny were both 25 years old and NOT married to Ron and Harry because the epilogue at the end of the last book is STUPID and NEVER HAPPENED."
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