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Events that didn't happen.


  • 1964

  • 1970

    • October

      • October 4, 1970
        • On the vampire world, hippie rock musician Janis Joplin does not die young, she lives at least into her 50s. (Season 3 episode Stoker)

  • 1972

    • October

      • October 4, 1972
        • Frank Lowell born, the nephew of the owner of the car that's been following machine number Tommy Clay's Grayling Armored Services truck. (Season 1 episode Matsya Nyaya)

  • 1986

    • October

      • October 4, 1986
        • While writing a check to Sunset Foods on their City Trust and Savings Bank account, Kristy feels a contraction - it's baby time! Later, Kristy has her baby. It's a boy!

  • 1991

  • 2003

    • October

      • October 4, 2003
        • Issued Date on Bridgette Crosby's New York State driver license, discovered when her body is found on the grounds of Lex’s mansion. (Season 4 episode Spirit)

  • 2005

    • October

      • October 4, 2005
        • Date of calls to the dead stripper from the exclusive Windgate Club on Senator Jennings’ cell phone records. (Season 5 episode Exposed)

  • 2006

    • October

      • October 4, 2006
        • Date on painting of Peter on subway - that future Hiro believes is the precise moment he needs to go back to change the future. "Save the cheerleader, save the world." Also the day Mohinder Suresh received his father's ashes. (Season 1 episode Five Years Gone)

  • 2007

    • October

      • October 4, 2007
        • Date of Writer's Retreat on Jordan Chase's list of scheduled events, one that coincides with the disappearance of one of the barrel girls. (Season 5 episode Hop a Freighter)

  • 2008

    • October

      • October 4, 2008
        • Expiration Date on Bridgette Crosby's New York State driver license, discovered when her body is found on the grounds of Lex’s mansion. (Season 4 episode Spirit)

  • 2009

    • October

      • October 4, 2009
        • When negotiating his deal with the government, Jimmy mentions October 4, 2009 - the day that Walter White had ten men in three prisons killed in the space of two minutes. (Season 6 episode Saul Gone)

  • 2010

    • October

      • October 4, 2010
        • Shirley described as "Argumentative bitchy" on Abed's menstrual cycle chart. Aware that he has trouble reading people and says the wrong things sometimes, Abed notices fluctuating patterns and starts graphing them, inadvertently documenting the female study group members' menstrual cycles. (Season 2 episode Cooperative Calligraphy)

  • 2011

    • October

  • 2012

  • 2013

    • October

      • October 4, 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)

  • 2015

  • 2017

    • October

      • October 4, 2017
        • Date Modified of the worksheets titled qtRbck and EZfashN, files on the flash drive that Adi gave Michael that proves McKenna's precinct's involvement in the drug trafficking scheme.

  • 2033

    • October

      • October 4, 2033
        • Weyland Industries hires its one-millionth employee. (Weyland Industries promotional website - Corporate Timeline)

  • 2138

    • October

      • October 4, 2138
        • Date of the Test Subject #456 video that Dr. Hogeveen shows a young Ty-Anne to show her what a literal monster her father Stu is. (Season 2 episode Exes and OS)

  • Annual Event or Year Unknown
        • Wednesday, October the 4th, that's when we got our day in court. That lady destroyed my case when she came in a wheelchair and a neck brace. (Song: You Saw My Blinker / Album Homebase)


  • 2023

      • New record added 11/24/2022
      • Countdown to the long-awaited arrival of time-traveling, multiversal adversary Kang the Conqueror, an alternate-timeline variant of the character He Who Remains, the creator of the Time Variance Authority.
Not satisfied with the way Dexter wrapped up in the series finale?
Take a page from another show and pick a new ending.
In the distant future, an immortal Dexter holds a snow globe containing a model of the Miami Metro Police Station. Behind him, flying cars zoom past his office window. (30 Rock)
Dexter is captured by the Alien Task Force and prepped for dissection. (ALF)
It is revealed that Dexter’s reality is fictitious, created by the onboard computer of a spacecraft on the first ever manned mission to the planet Mars in 2035. The policemen he worked with were just virtual reality versions of his fellow spaceship crew members. (Life on Mars)
Still attached to his earthly concerns, Dexter makes contact with all of the criminals that he killed in some sort of purgatory world in a church. With a greater understanding of himself, he is ready to move on to the next phase of existence... or something like that. (Lost)
Dexter wakes up to find he’s not really Dexter Morgan at all, but David Fisher from Six Feet Under; he was just dreaming of another life as a forensics expert / serial killer. (Newhart)
Dexter goes to jail, but not for being a serial killer. While in Latham, Massachusetts, he witnesses a crime but doesn't intervene and gets arrested for violating a good samaritan law. (Seinfeld)
Dexter goes out to lunch with his family, and then... fade to black. (The Sopranos)
Commander William Riker, First Officer of the Enterprise-D, Uses the Holodeck to Revisit Dexter’s Final Kill. (Star Trek: The Next Generation)

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