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OCTOBER 1
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  • 1873
    • October
      • October 1, 1873
        • Date of entry in Dr. Wilson's casebook: For the past fortnight, I have labored until dawn in the laboratory preparing a new potion. Her recent activity has reinvigorated my research. I discovered last night, quite by accident really, that the smallest infusion of prussic acid and strychnine brings about a curious reaction. At least it seems to work well on the rats. Too much of either ingredient could prove quite lethal of course. (Dr. Heironymous Q. Wilson's Rutledge Private Clinic and Asylum Casebook)

  • 1955
    • October
      • October 1, 1955
        • New record added 9/6/2022
        • After watching the film East of Eden alone in a theater the night before, At football practice, college student Jimmy J. hears that James Dean, the star of the film East of Eden, was killed in a road accident in California around the same time that Jimmy J. was viewing the film the night before. He runs to the local radio station, desperate to learn the details.

  • 1969
  • 1973
    • October
      • October 1, 1973
        • Dexter and his older brother Brian witness their mother's brutal murder at the hands of three drug dealers. (Season 1 episode Truth Be Told)

  • 1980
  • 1986
  • 1987
  • 1989
    • October
      • October 1, 1989
        • Revised timeline: On the twelfth hour of the first day of October 1989, 16 women around the world gave birth. This was unusual only in the fact that none of these women had been pregnant when the day first began. Sir Reginald Hargreeves, eccentric billionaire and adventurer resolved to locate and adopt as many of the children as possible. He got seven of them.

        • Date of dedication on a bust of Sir Reginald Hargreeves in Obsidian Memorial Park that the Umbrella Academy discovers upon returning from oblivion to a new world. (Season 3 episode Oblivion)

          • Original timeline: Forty-three women around the world that were not pregnant when the day began, give birth. Eccentric billionaire Sir Reginald Hargreeves adopts seven of them, raising six of them as superheroes, calling them the Umbrella Academy. (Season 1 episode We Only See Each Other at Weddings and Funerals)

          • Harold Jenkins born, though his birth was unusual in no way whatsoever. The culmination of a normal, average pregnancy. The child was average in every way. Unfortunately for the world, the circumstances of his raising were anything but. (Season 1 episode The Day that Was)

    • 1990
    • 1992
    • 1996
    • 1998
    • 1999
    • 2001
    • 2004
      • October
    • 2005
      • October
        • October 1, 2005
          • New record added 9/23/2022
          • Date of calls to the dead stripper from the exclusive Windgate Club on Senator Jennings’ cell phone records. (Season 5 episode Exposed)

    • 2009
      • October
    • 2010
    • 2011
    • 2012
      • October
        • October 1, 2012
          • Trade date of stock short sale for Oliver Veldt's company that machine number and accountant Leon Tao finds in Veldt Corp blue sheets. (Season 2 episode Critical)

    • 2013
          • Date of a storage unit rental at Store-It-4Ever on the list of rental agreements when Finch searches for another unit rented by John Glover - the name that machine number and estate investigator Timothy Sloan's foster brother and former Vigilance member Jason Greenfield's storage unit was rented under. (Season 3 episode Mors Praematura)

          • Date of a wire transfer in the company Great Eastern's financial records on the memory stick that Robert McCall obtains from crooked detective Frank Masters that is loaded with information about powerful Russian mafia kingpin Vladimir Pushkin's illegal activities, which McCall emails to the FBI.

    • 2015
      • October
        • October 1, 2015
          • New record added 9/6/2022
          • Date of machine number and international businessman James Ko's Zephyr Airlines ticket from Hong Kong to Los Angeles. (Season 5 episode Reassortment)

          • New record added 9/6/2022
          • Finch and Reese follow machine number and international businessman James Ko to Saint Teresa's Hospital, which gets locked down to prevent the spread of a deadly virus.

          • New record added 9/6/2022
          • Date of transaction on Jennifer Kent's Saints International Bank account statement - the actress posing as machine number and locksmith Terry Easton's kidnapped wife. (Season 5 episode Sotto Voce)

    • 2017
      • 2019
        • October
          • October 1, 2019
            • Date of memo to the Anti-Vigilante Task Force from Deputy Director Farragut regarding Dale Petey no longer being an FBI agent. (episode Peteypedia)

      • 2021
      • 9999
        • October
          • October 1, 9999
            • Oh buy the corned beef if you must, the pickled herring you can trust, and the lox puts you in orbit AOK. But that big hunk of liverwurst has been there since October First, and today is the Twenty-Third of May. (Song: "Shticks of One and a Half a Dozen of the Other" / Album: My Son, the Celebrity)

            • Cigarettes and innocence are scattered on the floor. It's the first of October and the summer is gone. You can't walk away and try claim that none of this was real. Sometimes autumn is confusing and I know exactly how you feel. (Song: Summer Is Gone)

      "FIGHT CLUB: CENTRAL PERK EDITION"
      It's your first night at Fight Club. You have to fight one of the characters from Friends.
      Who are you going to fight?
      Monica
      Joey
      Gunther
      Ross
      Phoebe
      Chandler
      Rachel
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