By the time you read this, Punxsutawney Phil has probably already paraded in and out of his home, either seeing his shadow or not.
That's right, it's Groundhog Day!
It's Groundhog Day!
You get the point. While The Vampire Diaries Season 7 Episode 10 just examined Damon's life using time loops, all of the following episodes did, as well, with pretty great effect.
Scroll through and have a great spring (or long winter), depending upon that pesky, Punxy shadow!
Supernatural - "Mystery Spot"
On Supernatural, Sam got to listen to Asia's Heat of the Moment and see Dean killed over and over until he tracked down the Trickster, who is preparing Sam for the inevitable. Thankfully, it's a comical episode depsite the dark territory.
Tru Calling - Entire Series
The entire purpose of Tru Calling was that Tru had to wake up and relive every day over and over until she figured out how to save someone's life that she had seen previously in the morgue where she worked.
Angel - "Time Bomb"
An unconventional time loop, Illryia is tossed around in time, blowing up at the end of every day for punishment after saving Gunn from another dimension. Angel finally gets sent back and is able to stop the madness.
Xena: Warrior Princess - "Been There, Done That"
In this episode of Xena, she and her friends get caught in a local Romeo and Juliet's time loop after Romeo struck some sort of deal with Cupid. Xena has to fix the houses or be stuck, stuck, stuck!
Erueka - "I Do Over"
Poor Carter is stuck in a loop watching Allison marry Stark over and over. The only thing that stops the loop is Stark playing hero, by sacrificing himself!
The X-Files - "Monday"
When Mulder winds up at a bank robbery at his local bank, it always ends poorly with the bank exploding and everyone dying. Only when the robber accidentally shoots his girlfriend is her time loop stopped and Mulder and Scully able to diffuse the bomb.
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