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  • 1963
    • The Simpsons 1989 Animated Series | Source Timeline
      Homer's daydream: Homer and Abraham Lincoln beat up Lee Harvey Oswald in the Texas book depository building before he can assassinate JFK. (Season 15 episode Today I am a Clown)
    • 11/22/63 2011 Literature | Source Timeline
      Jake stops Lee Harvey Oswald from shooting President Kennedy, but Oswald shoots and kills Sadie. United States Secret Service and police shoot and kill Oswald.
    • 11.22.63 2016 TV Series | Source Timeline
      Jake stops Lee Harvey Oswald from shooting President Kennedy, but Oswald shoots and kills Sadie. United States Secret Service and police shoot and kill Oswald.
    • Mermaids 1990 Film | Source Timeline
      After hearing of President Kennedy's assassination, Charlotte Flax kisses Joe Peretti in the belltower of the local convent.
    • The 4400 2004 TV Series | Source Timeline
      Ex-Marine Robert Shaftoe assassinates President Kennedy in Dallas, Texas - according to 4400 returnee movie director Curtis Peck. (Season 4 episode The Marked)
    • X-Men: Days Of Future Past 2014 Film | Source Timeline
      Erik Lehnsherr, a.k.a. Magneto, fails to prevent fellow mutant President John F. Kennedy's assassination, and is later convicted of first degree murder and conspiracy to kill the president of the United States for allegedly altering the trajectory of Oswald's second bullet.
    • Timescape 1980 Literature | Source Timeline
      Kennedy's assassination is averted by a high school student who interrupts Lee Harvey Oswald at the Texas School Book Depository, attacking the shooter. Although seriously injured, Kennedy survives.
    • The Cold Six Thousand 2001 Literature | Source Timeline
      Former FBI agent turned high-powered Mafia lawyer Ward Littell arrives in Dallas following JFK's assassination, with J. Edgar Hoover's blessing to manage the investigation and ensure a consensus: Lee Harvey Oswald acted alone.
    • Doctor Who: Who Killed Kennedy 1996 Literature | Source Timeline
      Renegade alien Time Lord The Master sends UNIT soldier Private Francis Cleary to prevent JFK's assassination as part of his plan to destabilize the time-space continuum by changing history in unpredictable ways. Using The Doctor's time ring, Journalist James Stevens travels to Dallas, finding Cleary fighting with Lee Harvey Oswald, and the two are knocked out. James, to his horror, realizes that to ensure the assassination of Kennedy, he must do it himself. He lines up at the window and takes the shot, catching site of the Master and fires, but misses, however, a shot, fired from elsewhere, succeeds and the assassination prevails. James sets up Oswald to look as if he took the shot for when he is inevitably found.
    • Libra 1988 Literature | Source Timeline
      As President Kennedy's motorcade is passing through Dealey Plaza in downtown Dallas, Oswald shoots at him from the Texas School Book Depository, while a small group of Cuban exiles fires from behind the grassy knoll.
    • American Tabloid 1995 Literature | Source Timeline
      Former LASD deputy Pete Bondurant, his new wife Barb Jahelka, and several mob associates, converge on Dallas. The book ends at 12:30 PM, as Kennedy's motorcade drives through Dealey Plaza, with Bondurant closing his eyes, awaiting the shots and screams.
    • Sliders 1995 TV Series | Source Timeline
      JFK is not assassinated. In the Seer world, the sliders find a stack of magazines, including News Monthly, Viewpoint and Tempo. The cover of the copy of News Monthly reads Magazine with cover story: JFK DEAD at 78. Here, after being saved from assassination himself, Abraham Lincoln created a special cabinet post - Prime Oracle, with the responsibility to foresee potential disasters. The rest of the country soon came to believe in psychic powers. (Season 2 episode Obsession)
  • 1971
    • Bid Time Return 1975 Literature | Source Timeline
      TV writer Richard Collier returns to his original present of 1971, following his trip to the past of 1896, leaving the love of his life, famous American theater actress Elise McKenna behind.
  • 1983
  • 1995
    • Smallville 2001 TV Series | Source Timeline
      Date Resolved for an issue in the LutherCorp spreadsheet that Lex reviews: "AP Transactio Report by System Date can't find the invoice". (Season 1 episode Tempest)
  • 2003
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  • 2017
    • 21 Bridges 2019 Film | Source Timeline
      Date Modified of the worksheet titled SUBtSteve, a file on the flash drive that Adi gave Michael that proves McKenna's precinct's involvement in the drug trafficking scheme.
  • 2142
    • Future Man 2017 TV Series | Source Timeline
      Date of the successful upload trial with Test Subject #4891 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)
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  • The Princess Bride 1987 Film | Source Quotes
    Buttercup: You can't hurt me. Westley and I are joined by the bonds of love. And you cannot track that, not with a thousand bloodhounds, and you cannot break it, not with a thousand swords.

Friends 1994 TV Series | Source Trivia
Musical instrument that Chandler played in high school.

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