"The one about Bojack Horseman just being a long setup to a horse walks into a bar joke. Everyone he loves will die and then in the final episode he will walk into the bar he always goes to and then the guy will ask why the long face? It will then go into the outro music which perfectly explains why he would have a long face if you listen to it" (Source).
"The Dursleys were so cruel to Harry because they were under the influence of the Horcrux in his head. We've seen that even short exposure to the locket Horcrux messed with your head, so why couldn't the piece of Voldemort's soul in Harry be affecting the way the Dursleys perceived him? Especially since they were exposed to it over the course of years. This can also be used to explain; why the entire school/ wizarding world turned their back on their hero several times (heir of Slytherin/ Voldemort isn't back). And why Ron was so quick to abandon him in Goblet of fire. And basically any other time anyone is unnecessarily mean to Harry; the Horcrux did it" (Source).
"Bender from Futurama wasn't a criminal until he met Fry. When we first meet Bender, he's ready to commit suicide because he found out he was helping to make suicide booths. This doesn't tally with the Bender that we get to know throughout the course of the series. In fact, nothing he says before they run from Leela in the first series suggests that he's nearly as bad as the Bender we love. When they try and escape from Leela in the head museum, Bender gets shocked via an old light fitting. My theory is thus; in doing so, it caused Bender to reboot. In the penguin episode, we see that Bender resets into a mode relevant to his surroundings - he sees penguins, he boots into penguin mode. Therefore, since he rebooted in the hall of criminals, the first thing he sees is the heads of famous criminals, and therefore reboots into the lovable but highly-illegal rogue" (Source).
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