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  • Due to the ambiguous ending of the episode Tweek X Craig, fans were left debating whether or not the two really got together for real or were just faking like they were earlier that episode. The Season 19 Bluray commentary, Matt and Trey have addressed Craig and Tweek as a gay couple , which is moreso present in Put it Down.
  • On Tumblr, when responding to a photo post involving Kyle saying “But the point is, there?s nothing about it that means Tweek and Craig are actually gay at all.”, the Official South Park blog responded, “Are you SURE?” , implying that they actually do feel for each other. The blog also posted a gif from “Tweek x Craig” and tagged it with “creek is canon”.

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  • Tama and Tojo both went to heaven after dying, despite their sinister actions.

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  • Pan’s Labyrinth left it ambiguous whether the fairy tale stuff was real or all in Ophelia’s head, as if it was intentionally open XPickup opinie to interpretation and left for the viewer to decide. However in the DVD commentary, the director Guilermo Del Toro says that it was real, or at least that he believes it is.
  • During the dubbing process of Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen Soundwave’s English voice actor (Frank Welker) was brought on to dub the character for the French and Italian versions (amongst others, sans Japanese and German *Considered to be sub-standard*), he described the process as very hard and that “Soundwave in French is not to be believed” .
  • In weekly podcasts, the producers of Lost have occasionally clarified plot points, such as confirming Jae Lee’s death in “The Glass Ballerina” was a suicide. However, they are not always to be taken at their word: before season 3, in a long list of things we wouldn’t see, they named “Desmond running naked through the jungle.” Which did show up.
  • D.C. Fontana is also considered a Trek creator. She wrote much of the continuity for TOS including Spock’s background, plus several episodes. Her animated-series episode Yesteryear is generally regarded as canon (reinforced by the fact that some of the events of Yesteryear are directly referenced in TNG episode “Unification, Part 1”, and later the city of ShiKahr is seen in both Star Trek: Enterprise and the CGI-remastered version of the TOS episode “Amok Time”). Her novel Vulcan’s Glory, is accepted as canon by many fans, but officially it is not.
  • Game of Thrones: While Lyanna Stark is revealed to be Jon Snow’s mother, Rhaegar Targaryen is implied to be Jon’s father. HBO’s blog confirms Rhaegar is his father.
  • The card Time Vault. For many years, Wizards of the Coast had evoked errata to curb card power and keep what were considered the ‘functional intent’ cards in place. After sweeping cleanup of power controlling errata on other cards, Time Vault continued to suffer with such errata under the claim that it was the functional intent of the card. Eventually, a player was able to address Richard Garfield, creator of Magic, about the card. Garfield confirmed the card was supposed to function as it was originally printed. The errata was fully undone shortly afterwards.

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