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After a car accident that kills his girlfriend and disfigures his face, the protagonist is haunted by increasingly bizarre occurrences. The ending explains that everything that has occurred after the car accident has been a dream. In real life, after the car accident, he signed a contract with a company that preserves its clients' bodies after death and keeps their brain waves active in lifelike virtual reality dreams, and then committed suicide.
The bizarre occurrences are explained as glitches in the program. In the end, he decides to wake up from the dream program. The entirety of The Wizard of Gore is implied to be a brief dream of Montag's as he's starting his routine. The Wizard of Oz is the most famous film example, though there is a wee bit of room for alternate interpretation. In the book it is definite that Oz was real and Dorothy returns there several times in other books; Oz was changed to an elaborate dream in the film because producers felt that the s audience was too sophisticated to accept a straight-on fantasy like that.
In The Wolfman , Lawrence has quite a few hallucinations while recovering from his nasty little bite, as well as hallucinations in the asylum. Fritz Lang 's noir The Woman in the Window , complete with recognizing the people from his dream after waking up. Many sources report that The Hays Code compelled Lang to use this ending, but Lang insisted that it was his idea. Halfway into the poem, Aeneas visits the underworld to be instructed by his dead father in the foundation of Rome, after which he is confronted with two possible gates to exit back up, "one said to be of horn, whereby the true shades pass with ease, the other all white ivory agleam without a flaw, and yet false dreams are sent through".
His father then sends him up through the ivory gate. This would imply that all of Aeneas' subsequent adventures leading up to and including the foundation of glorious Rome are all but a "false dream", contrary to Octavian's wish. In its sequel Through the Looking Glass though, she is assured that she is just the Red King's dream. The most famous anecdote by Chinese Daoist philosopher Zhuangzi has him relating how he dreamed that he was a butterfly, and upon waking was unsure whether or not he was a man who dreamed he was a butterfly, or a butterfly who dreamed it was a man.
He lived around the 3rd century BC. The Futurological Congress features its narrator accosted by powerful mood-altering drugs that cause powerful hallucinations while he sleeps perhaps they could just be called dreams? He awakens from hallucination within hallucination, sometimes by degrees and sometimes suddenly, with such frequency that less than halfway through the book it becomes virtually impossible to tell whether he is really awake one of the major themes of the book.
The protagonist tries to wake from the dream - explicitly mentioning his wakings up during the Congress. He fails, because his observation on the spot was not his dream. Also, in Tales of Pirx the Pilot , the first story features this. Pirx's first spaceflight was just a simulation, he didn't know that though.
Towards the end, Neil Gaiman 's Coraline very briefly appears to pull this Most of Space Marine Battles ' Veil of Darkness turns out to be a nightmare Sicarius is suffering when in medical coma. The dream, however, turns out to be prophetic and enables Cato to stop a chain of catastrophic events before they even start.
In The Queen and I by Sue Townsend, the election of the British People's Republican Party and subsequent banishing of the Royal family to a council estate turns out to be an election night nightmare by the Queen. Subverted in the original The Chronicles of Thomas Covenant ; Covenant starts out by believing that everything happening to him is a dream, and is then made to doubt this over the course of the trilogy.
The question is deliberately left unresolved, although the Creator's intervention to save Covenant's life at the end strongly implies that the Land was real, as do the passages from the points of view of Hile Troy and Lord Mhoram. Unless it was all just a dream, and Covenant merely hallucinated the Creator offering to help save him.
In that, his "miraculous recovery" in the hospital would simply have been because he had essentially regained his will to live as established in his conversation with the Creator. This is even more implicit when you realize that Covenant is a writer and thus, is a Creator himself , so both the Creator and the Despiser may simply be embodiments of his own personality. The Hile Troy and Mhoram POVs don't necessarily negate this, since Covenant never manages to prove that Troy was "real", and it's possible to passively dream things happening that the dreamer wouldn't necessarily be aware of.
But as Covenant himself suggests, it doesn't matter whether it's a dream or not, because either way, it's important. The later books tend to make a much better argument for everything being real, but the original trilogy does a very good job, even right up to the very end, of keeping the paradox. Subverted in Maximum Ride. A group of scientists unsuccessfully attempt to convince the protagonist that the events of the entire past three books were all a dream.
In Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone Harry wakes up the night after Hagrid's visit and thinks the visit with all the talk of magic and a school he gets to go to away from the Dursleys was all only a dream, and then Hagrid offers him some breakfast. In Horus Heresy novel Vulkan Lives , Corvus comes to free Vulkan, but after the two are cornered by Curze's mooks and the Raven is killed, it turns out the entire rescue attempt was just a dream inflicted on Vulkan by Konrad's psykers as part of his torture.
In the short story " An Occurrence at Owl Creek Bridge " by Ambrose Bierce , the protagonist a Confederate sympathizer lured into a Union trap makes a daring escape from his hanging when the rope breaks! He swims to safety, evades pursuit from Union soldiers, runs odd miles to his home, finally embraces his beloved family — only for him to suddenly die of a broken neck, where it's revealed that the whole escape was just a hallucination between the moments of him being dropped and the noose snapping his neck.
It turns out to have been a stockbroker's dream. He wakes up and promptly betrays a friend of his for financial gain, repeating the phrase "Bolivar cannot carry double". The main character, Toby Veck, discovers he's fallen from a bell tower to his death, and spends the next two chapters watching all kinds of disasters befall his loved ones because of their poverty. Just as his daughter is about to drown herself and her baby, and you think the only way to fix the situation is for it all to have been a dream, it turns out that it was all a dream.
After a short happy scene, Dickens brings the mood down again by pointing out that even though he'd made his story turn out to be a dream, for many people the miserable parts were real life. An in-story example occurs in one of the Henry Huggins books where Henry has to play the lead in the school Christmas program about a boy going to the North Pole to visit Santa.
He hates the role—a six-year-old boy, the costume—footy pajamas, and the ending—where it turns out he dreamed the whole thing. Beverly Cleary didn't seem to like this trope, either. You can't say he didn't warn you — and he woke very oddly. Mark Twain 's The Mysterious Stranger plays with this. Chris van Allsburg's Just a Dream , obviously. Although whether or not the author intended the dreams to be actual premonitions of potential futures is debatable.
Lewis ' The Great Divorce , the narrator meets with George MacDonald — who solemnly warns him that it is All Just a Dream and he must make it clear when he tells the story in Real Life , so that people don't take his visions of Heaven and Hell and take them as religious doctrine. The narrative switches between two characters, one of which is a boy in a hospital, and the other a man about to be sacrificed by Aztecs.
The ending reveals that the boy's life is actually a dream of the man, who keeps falling unconscious. Happens in-story in The Sigh of Haruhi Suzumiya. They're making a movie, and events have unfolded that require the title character to in some way admit that the film is fictional.
Koizumi suggests to end the movie with an All Just a Dream ending, thus forcing Haruhi to admit that the movie is impossible. Deliberately invoked in John Varley 's Steel Beach and Justin Lieber's Beyond Rejection when both protagonists discover they've been subjected to artificially induced "All Just A Dream" scenarios for therapeutic purposes.
Lieber's protagonist is grateful for the intervention but Varley's is not. Discworld story The Wee Free Men: An Eternal Golden Braid has a dialogue "Contrafactus" in which the protagonists win a raffle. The prize is a "Subjunc-TV", which has the ability to show them what would happen under various hypothetical circumstances. In the end, it turns out that they never actually won the raffle; the entire dialogue was itself a Subjunc-TV broadcast of what would have happened if they had.
Chapter 39 of Atlanta Nights reveals that the rest of the book was all a dream, and the main character is on death row. There are 41 chapters, and the last two follow the same plotline as the first 38 chapters. The Pilgrim's Progress by John Bunyan subverts this: The very first sentence is: And as I slept I dreamed a Dream. Dream frames were a common medieval trope to explain that "I made this all up.
He turned back uncertainly, to stare at the cryptic tower he had just left. Was he bewitched and enchanted? Had he dreamed all that had seemed to have passed? As he looked he saw the gleaming tower sway against the crimson dawn, its jewel-crusted rim sparkling in the growing light, and crash into shining shards. In book four of Tales from the House of Bunnicula , Howie attempts to end the story this way after he inadvertently writes the protagonists into a situation they can't get out of.
However, Harold tells Howie that ending the story like that is a cop-out, and tells him to try again. So Howie lets Delilah write the final chapter, ending the story on a much happier note. Reversed in The Lathe of Heaven. His psychiatrist tries to use this ability to improve life on earth, but when he suggests that George dream of an end to international strife, George dreams of an alien invasion!
In Metro , Artyom is put on trial to be hanged by the Fourth Reich but is saved by Hunter, when the latter massacres everyone in the station. Aaand then Artyom wakes up only to find himself leaning against a door in one of the Fourth Reich's cells. An Elegy for the Still-living implies that this is the case without ever openly stating it, and the ending is left rather open ended on the subject.
Justified in Frederik Pohl 's short story "The Hated", in which the protagonist plots to murder a former co-worker, but before he can, he's awakened by a psychiatrist from an induced dream. The protagonist and his co-workers were astronauts on a lengthy voyage during which they developed a profound, murderous hatred for each other. The psychiatrist was working with all of them to enable them to control their rage. It's made clear at the end that at least in the protagonist's case, it wasn't working.
This is played with in the TV ending to "Awesome Ants". Just before he gets killed by one, he wakes up at home and all seems fine. Then he gradually remembers the reality of the situation: In the book the ants just grew that big rather than always having been so. Unlike your standard use of this trope, each time makes things more confusing and dreamlike. The Box Of Delights ends this way. The action supposedly takes place during Kay Harker's school holidays, but at the end he wakes up still on the train home from school.
In Degrees F , Shelby falls into a trap-door and crawls through the wet cave looking for her trainer, getting angrier and angrier that her trainer brought her to the tunnel. Just as she is about to curse her out, something wet and slimy, which turns out to actually be her trainer's true form, wraps itself around her and starts choking her, then she wakes up in her classroom and finds out she dreamed the whole incident. However, she doesn't find out her trainer is actually an alien from Mercury until another dream she has when she's about to die from heat-stroke towards the end.
If main characters are randomly killed by vampires, expect to soon read "Abe awoke with a start. City of the Dead. Zak Arranda dreams that he's home in his room on Alderaan, and thinks for a moment that the last six months of traveling with his sister and distant uncle since Alderaan was destroyed were all a dream!
But of course this dream quickly becomes much worse. In his essay " On Fairy-Stories ," J. Tolkien says that the "All Just a Dream" device automatically rules out any story that uses it, even an otherwise good one, from serious consideration as a Fairy Tale , likening it to "a good picture in a disfiguring frame.
What Were They Thinking? Elsewhere and Dallas examples see below at number 27 and 2, respectively. A planet of aliens have been controlling Earth so they can watch us as a soap opera. Meddling executives decide that allowing World War III was a mistake and try to reboot the series by having Elvis wake up and discover it was all a dream of what would happen if he joined the army instead of lending his voice to the anti-war movement. In minutes, the whole story turns into an Anachronism Stew.
The story is framed as an Author Avatar 's dream and is written in Purple Prose , with heavy use of flashbacks and flashforwards. But the story itself is not dreamlike, it's completely realistic and evidently based on real events. Eric fears this is the case when he wakes up in his apartment and not a second has passed during his stay in Tariatla.
In the utopian novel News from Nowhere , the narrator goes to bed and wakes up in an Arcadian future, which he proceeds to describe at length; at the end of the novel, things start going strangely, and he wakes up again, back in his own bed in the present.
But was it just a dream? Zig-zagged by The Girl from the Miracles District when it turns out that Nikita's entire visit to Asgard happened while she was in a magically-induced coma, but because Astral Projection and Talking in Your Dreams are both a thing in this universe, all of her interactions with gods, giants and so on are real. Most of the novella A Taste of Honey is, more accurately, a dream-vision of the life Aqib would have lived if he had ended up making one very different choice.
The ending reveals that Aqib did, in fact, leave Olorum with Lucrio and the story the book presents is the alternate life he could have lived had he remained, presented to him by the Sybil at Terra-de-Luce. Well, obviously The Divine Comedy is a dream. Or perhaps it was. Dante scholars still argue about whether readers are supposed to consider the poem one big, complicated dream; or if Dante wanted us to "believe" that he went to Hell, Purgatory, and Heaven and then came back suspending our disbelief , of course — we're obviously not supposed to believe that he actually did those things, just to approach the text like he physically went rather than went there in a dream ; or if he intended us to interpret the whole thing as a prophetic dream i.
One character is convinced the events of the story are a dream, and suffers a mental breakdown as a result since it becomes a full on psychological delusion. Was is a Darker and Edgier take on Land of Oz mythos. Frank Baum was the substitute teacher of a troubled child named Dorothy Gael in the s. Dorothy created Oz as a way of escaping her unfortunate home life.
Years later Baum wrote a book inspired by Dorothy's life and stories. As it turns out at the end, the "dream" was actually a power of one of the , whose alternate reality powers allowed him to have an eight-year relationship with her in an extremely short time, allowing them to know everything about each other despite only meeting once. Spoofed in the final episode of Ace of Cakes after building a giant cake replica of the BTTF Delorean, the final scene has Duff noticing the lights in the flux capacitor are on the fritz so he opens it up and messes with the wires, next scene he wakes up at his job at a factory, turns to Geoff and tells him about the weird dream he had "where you and I worked at a cake shop making all sorts of weird cakes".
It had host Toby Amies interviewing Damon and Alex in a fancy car, with a skit added at the end revealing everything to be Toby's dream. An episode of A. Farm features a past version of Zoltan Grundy traveling to the present day causing both the present Zoltan and the boarding school to fade out of existence.
Chyna was forced to be the young Zoltan's prom date to save her friends from non-existence. Fortunately, it is revealed that the entire episode was Chyna's dream. Steven's initial thoughts when he wakes up in his room at the end of the experiment. It was only after he meets Derren in the living room that he was told the truth about the experiment. The first season finale of Army Wives has a crazed man setting off a bomb in a bar that includes Claudia Joy and daughter Amanda.
Much of the second season premiere shows the women at Amanda's college, both okay. It turns out that Amanda died and this is Claudia Joy's mind giving her a chance to say goodbye as she recovers in her own hospital bed.
Fortunately, it turns out Dez dreamt the entire episode. Fortunately, this was all Austin's dream. Awake mixes this with Or Was It a Dream? Baltar that they forgive his actions on New Caprica. It's only when Roslin adds that she finds him desirable that a suddenly terrified Baltar realizes he's still in deep shit.
Sure enough, he then wakes up on a Cylon baseship. As he expresses relief at the revelation, the Sixes start scratching around his throat upon which it he regains consciousness to a marine performing CPR or him. It's debatable that the events of "When Shelby Met Cyd" may have not actually happened because the epilogue shows Barry being surrounded by Shelby and Cyd and their younger selves as they keep chanting "Thankyou Barry". He then wakes up and sees Naldo again with Shelby and Cyd's younger selves.
It then appears to be Naldo's dream as he wakes up in the yard. In Blackadder season 3, 2nd episode Blackadder dreams that he overslept and Dr. Johnson is arriving, whose dictionary has been burned. Johnson suddenly confesses that he never liked the dictionary anyways, then things get really surreal as his aunt suddenly appears, Baldrick shows up in a dog's mask, and everybody starts dancing.
Blackadder then realizes that that "it's a bloody dream! The Season 4 finale seemed to take place in an alternate universe where everyone worked in a nightclub called "The Lab" and Booth and Bones were married. Then, at the end of the episode, it turns out that it was just a dream Booth was having while he was in a coma. And this was after weeks of promotions that they were actually going to have sex. The Boy Meets World episode where the characters get trapped in a slasher movie scenario is actually a dream Shawn has while sleeping through detention.
In it, Walter White's death plays out the same as it does in the actual finale, but then Hal from Malcolm in the Middle wakes up, having dreamed the whole series. He then tells Lois about his terrifying dream where he was a world-class meth cook with a shaved head to which Lois laughs at the idea of him cooking anything , he was married to a beautiful blonde which causes Lois to laugh even harder , there was this guy who "was my brother or something.
He looked like the guy from The Shield ", and there was this kid who said " the b-word " a lot. British surreal comedy series The Brittas Empire concluded with the revelation that the entirety of the program, all 53 episodes, had been a dream. The title character had fallen asleep while on the train to the interview for the job that he'd had throughout the series.
The other people in the dream apart from his wife, who was the same in the dream and in real life were actually people on the train with him, and he projected them into the dream. In the Buffy the Vampire Slayer season 6 episode " Normal Again ", it is suggested that the entire series is a hallucination of the main character , who is living in a mental institution and has power fantasies of saving the world with her imaginary friends.
The episode's end leaves room for interpretation as to which existence Buffy's life as a vampire slayer, or her life as a mental patient is really All Just a Dream. Joss Whedon has outright stated that either one is a definite possibility. In season 4 of Angel , early in one episode they hire a shaman to help unleash Angel's Enemy Within , but at the last moment instead of casting the spell he betrays them and attacks.
The events that follow during the episode actually solve all the problems of the season's arc, right down to a soapy heroic happy ending. The episode reveals to the viewers that it was all "just a dream" when it climaxes with Angel experiencing a moment of perfect happiness , causing him to lose his soul, waking up as the evil Angelus still chained down to the table at the beginning of the episode.
The dream was an illusion created by the shaman, to do exactly what they hired him for. El Chavo del ocho: Most events of the China Beach season 3 finale episode "Strange Brew" may have been a shared dream after Colleen McMurphy and KC Koloski fall asleep on the helipad , a dream within a dream as Colleen wakes up on the helipad at the end The entire premise of Choukou Senshi Changerion is this trope, which sparked a number of angry letters to Toei!
In a fake clip-show episode, the group takes Abed to a psychiatrist who eventually reveals that Greendale, the community college they were recently expelled from, was actually a shared delusion they all had in an insane asylum, and the fact that they think it's real means they're all relapsing. There were even clips of them in the asylum playing out scenes from the show.
It doesn't take long for them to realize he's lying, and when cornered he admits to being an actor hired by Chang to keep them from trying to go back to the college. How long did you expect this to work? I'm wearing a Greendale backpack! Played again in the fourth season finale when Abed reveals to Jeff that the battle with their darkest timeline counterparts took place entirely within his imagination. The Cosby Show did a number of these, normally precipitated by Cliff's consumption of a large sandwich near bedtime.
Whether the first resurrection was just a dream as well is up to viewer interpretation. The closing scenes show a number of characters who made their debut in the first resurrection also working in the supermarket Maybe the first resurrection was one of the other workers' dreams, explaining why none of the cliffhangers were resolved?
And just as you're getting your head around that, a customer at the supermarket, who looks like another character who's been around since the first resurrection, is identified as "Tracey from Crossroads " by the staff. Crime Scene Investigation episode "Working Stiffs" ends with a scene of the culprit blowing up a safe, collecting its contents, and successfully slipping past the encircling cops through a basement tunnel A segment on The Daily Show featured Steve Carell 's greatest fears including Stephen Colbert taking over the show , leading to him waking up in terror — next to Jon Stewart.
Dallas infamously undid a season this way. Patrick Duffy left the show, and they had his character Bobby hit by a car and killed. After the ratings started to sink, and Duffy came back, the writers retconned the entire season as a dream by Pam, causing several continuity snarls and messing up the Spin-Off , Knots Landing , where it referenced Bobby's death in the story line.
There's even more to this: Producer Leonard Katzman was kicked off the show at the same time Patrick Duffy left, only to be brought back at the cast's demand. Katzman hated a lot of stuff that was done to the show in his absence primarily making the women much stronger characters , and so thought of a way to ensure they never happened. The Halloween Episode started fairly normal, then became progressively more wacky until the end revealed it was All Just a Dream. In the season 1 finale, Max dreams that she and Logan finally get it on.
But in the middle of it all, a crow caws and blood appears on Logan's hand. Max asks desperately what's happening, then it's revealed the young clone of her who shot at her earlier didn't miss and instead shot her in the heart, leading her to die, until Zack shoots his own brains out to donate a heart for her. Day By Day has a variation: Ross gets an F on a history paper as a result of watching a The Brady Bunch marathon; he falls asleep while writing a new paper, and dreams he is Chuck Brady, their long-lost son.
Soon he gets advice from Mike and Carol and repeats their dialog, which causes him to wake up; upon waking up he hears his parents come down and finds that they are Carol and Mike Brady. Then he wakes up again, only to find that his parents are back to normal, making this a case of a dream within a dream. The entirety of Season 23 is revealed in "The Ultimate Foe" to have been an inaccurate reconstruction of what really happened.
Of particular note, it turns out that the death of the Doctor's companion Peri in "Mindwarp" never really happened and instead she is happily living with King Yrcanos despite the fact that he seems to be violently insane, though that may just be more Matrix tampering. Similarly, "A Fix with Sontarans" is retconned as a nightmare the Doctor had—that in retrospect , Freud would have had a field day with.
A little girl on what looks like present-day Earth dreams of a futuristic library in which several people including the Doctor and Donna are in danger. Her psychiatrist tells her confidentially in a complete reversal of expectations that her dream is real and that the people in danger need her help. While it's obvious from the very beginning that at least one of the worlds is a dream, both turn out to be dreams and the last scene is the only one that actually happens.
The monster of the hour fed on minds and created dream states — plunging Clara, the Doctor, and the rest of the people that were in the episode into multiple dreams within dreams within dreams. In Dollhouse , the events in the Attic. That does not make it any better. You'll forever be trapped in an endless loop of your worst fear, unlikely to ever wake up.
All the while the Rossum Corporation is using your mind as a giant computer for their own ends. Everwood 's first season ends with a cliffhanger: Andy operates on Colin, and the very last scene is him entering the waiting room and everybody standing up to learn if the surgery was successful or not.
Season two begins with everybody having fun at the pool including Colin , giving the impression things had been fine. Suddenly, we realize it was only Amy's day-dreaming during Colin's funeral. Played twice in one episode. The first one has Frasier return to his radio show after an illness where Niles filled in for him. The dream ends when he's killed by an exploding control panel. The second one has him trying to take over the show while dazed on cold medication and making a fool of himself.
After he wakes up, Martin and Daphne comfort him by invoking the trope. On their way out, they subvert the trope when Martin whispers to Daphne "When are we going to tell him it actually happened? Freddy's Nightmares overused this to the point of inverting it.
Phoebe gets pissed off at one of her friends for something that is eventually revealed to have happened in her dream. There's a sequence of Rachel asking Joey to kiss her, which turns out to be just a dream to the surprise [and in some cases relief] of both the character and the audience. Curiously, that marked the beginning of her crush on him, which would be a key plot in the late 9th and early 10th seasons.
A similar case happened with Gilmore Girls: Luke and Lorelai had a lot of UST but nothing had happened between them during the first years of the show. The first episode of season three begins with them already in a relationship and expecting a child; then she wakes up. Throughout the season, nothing happens between them, until at the very end when he's packing to go on a trip with his girlfriend and Lorelai comes in and asks him not to go.
The Golden Girls ' "Mrs. George Devereaux", wherein Blanche's husband George comes Back from the Dead , confesses that he faked his death to escape being framed for embezzling from his company and begs Blanche for another chance, and Dorothy is wooed by Lyle Waggoner and Sonny Bono. Blanche apparently has this same dream, or variations on it, periodically , mentioning that every time it happened before, she always woke up before she could hug him.
The opening episode of Season 5 of Grey's Anatomy: Meredith, who finally concluded that she definitely wanted to be with Derek in the last season's finale, learns that Derek is severely injured in a car accident, and arrives at the hospital just in time to see him die. But come on, nobody actually believed that the second most important character or the third, depending on your view of the show would be killed off minutes into the beginning of a new season, did they?
Growing Pains had two episodes featuring this. In "This is Your Life" season 3, episode 10 , Ben is afraid to get a tonsillectomy. So, he sneaks out after getting anesthesia, only to find that he's been replaced, since he didn't get the procedure done. Luckily, this was an anesthesia-induced dream. In "Meet the Seavers" season 6, episode 21 , Ben gets in trouble, and wishes that he lived in a TV show, because then he wouldn't be in trouble.
He wakes up the next morning to find that he is Jeremy Miller on a show called Meet the Seavers. This is a nightmare for him, as his family isn't a family anymore, and his house isn't his home. He wakes up to find that it was all just a dream. Jackson and Lilly end up dating after Miley tries to sabotage it. At the very end, despite it being a fairly normal story line and not all that much changing, it still turns out to be a dream.
The road trip episode where Miley and Jack were zapped back to the past and created a Grandfather Paradox was dreamt up by Miley when she nearly got hit by a bolt of lightning and was out cold. An alternate ending to the show revealed that the entire show was all just the fantasy world of year-old Miley Cyrus played by a different actor. Though That Was Not a Dream as shown by Mork's presence at the end of the episode, where he told his contact on Ork that he tricked "the human Richie Cunningham " to think he had been dreaming.
Mork also visited in a subsequent episode during the run of Mork and Mindy to tell Richie that he was living on Earth in "the future" i. There's nearly always a quick way to tell that House is dreaming. If he limps, then it's sad reality. If he doesn't, then it's a dream or a hallucination. In Season 1 there's a scene where House told Vogler, whose whole role was making House miserable, that he had Princesse and was going to die soon.
The fact that Vogler calmly and gratefully accepted the news, even when House made a crack about jumbo-sized coffins, as well as the fact that House was walking without a limp, quickly revealed the scene to be a dream. An episode the season two finale "No Reason" was "All Just A Hallucination", and the episode ends minutes after its beginning. Still, the fact that it was a hallucination meant that it served as an exploration of House's mental state rather than an excuse to kick the audience in the teeth at the end , which may be why this episode is not derided in the way that so many All Just a Dream episodes are.
Also, House discovering it was a hallucination was an important part of the plot and set up moments into the hallucination, so it was in accordance with the rules of fair play. Furthermore, House uses an idea from his hallucination in real life that shows its effects throughout the next few episodes.
Similarly, the end of the season five finale "Both Sides Now" reveals that the sequence in the previous episode where Cuddy helped House detox and then has sex with him was also just a hallucination. It's a nice one. Too bad it isn't true. Another episode has House trying to kill a mosquito, but accidentally knocks off the valve to a propane tank and lights the stove.
Cue explosion, cut to House waking up. This happened in the final episode of I Dream of Jeannie. Luckily, it's all a dream. The series has the titular character dream a Ghostbusters parody episode. In another episode, Ravi faints after being offered a trip to space on his birthday leading him to dream the entire adventure. Kibbling also has a dream about the entire Ross family switching bodies. Not exactly a dream, but the Bad Future episode "Jessie The Governator" was entirely made up by Ravi in an attempt to dissuade Luke from pulling his latest prank.
With those outlandish concepts, how could it not be a dream? His entire time hosting the show was all just a dream Drew calms Wick down and they both go back to sleep. Then the camera pans over to the end table on Wick's side of the bed, showing a snow globe containing the talk show's set with said robot skeleton and fake horse.
Also, since no All Just A Dream ending would be complete without a Newhart reference, the dream first started to unravel when Craig decided to ask who was actually in the horse costume, only to discover that it was Bob Newhart himself. The last episode, "Home", of The Legend of Dick and Dom starts this way- the heroes return home in triumph from their quest, to acclaim and cheering crowds Life on Mars makes use of this, both as seemingly the circumstances of the main character in a coma, dreaming the entire thing , and side instances where Sam wakes up in bed after being harangued by the Evil Test Card Girl.
In the end Sam's adventures in the past turn out to be just a dream. One Sam commits suicide to get back to Something very similar occurs in Ashes to Ashes. The finale of the American version implies the entire series, including the sequences in the first episode, being the dream of an astronaut in hibernation on his way to Mars.
Allegedly to teach Boone a lesson. An episode of MacGyver in which the title character dreams of his lookalike ancestor ends with an Or Was It a Dream? Also done on MADtv. It begins with the children of an elderly couple shocked by their parents' dirty dancing and ends with Stephnie Weir waking up from a dream "about a skit that has no ending". There are quite a few in Married Nearly half of an entire season was made "just a dream", though justified as a case of Real Life Writes the Plot.
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