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1. The Vampire Diaries (2009 TV Series)
Episode: Fade Into You (2014)
Kai shows Bonnie his parental home and falsely promises to let her have his car and go after a dinner. Her magic, transported with Damon in the teddy-bear, makes the difference when he, skeptic Stefano and Alaric visit the Gemini coven home, amazed it was magically cloaked invisible. Jo now must disclose she's Kai's twin sister, who survived the non-general massacre in their home, which is about the coven's tradition to be ruled by the survivor of twins who must fight each-other to the death reaching age 22, as they did and Luke and Liv will soon, but their powerful patriarch is ready to go to bloody extremes, turning on Damon's party, the best possible weapon being the knife Kai hid after slashing most siblings. Jo cleaned the medical records to prevent Liam finding out about the vampires, but he overhears too much at dinner, so Elena compels him into oblivion , intending o dump him.
2. Smallville (2001 TV Series)
Episode: Echo (2009)
Oliver carries on his drinking-into-oblivion in Mexico. Then Tess comes fetch him to address the general assembly of Queen Industries, as the firm has run into troubled water during his absence from the helm. Clark becomes aware that he now disposes of ESP, tells only Chloe about this rather in discrete super-power and questions Jor-El whether it's part of his ultimate testing, only to hear it comes when appropriate. Clark discovers that the toy-man is at large and out for revenge. He traces the inventive fiend to the Queen meeting. There Oliver finds his speech-prompter taken over by Toy-man, who claims Oliver is standing on a bomb and demands outrageous public confessions.
3. Seinfeld (1989 TV Series)
Episode: The Subway (1992)
Jerry, George, Elaine, and Kramer all embark on separate adventures within the New York subway system. Jerry has to go to Coney Island to get his car out of the impound lot. George is on his way to a job interview. Elaine is on her way to be the best man in a lesbian wedding. Kramer is on his way to court to sweet-talk his way out of a number of traffic violations. On the way to Coney Island, Jerry has a hard time finding anyone to go with him, but meets a rather overweight individual who strips down to his waist, and decides to go on the rides with Jerry. George meets an attractive woman who takes him back to his hotel, robs him blind, steals his clothes, and leaves him handcuffed to the bed. Elaine, on her way to the wedding, takes the one train that has the power go out, and curses into oblivion. Kramer, after leaving court, wanders into a betting shop and actually wins lots of money for once. He's on his way back from the betting shop and nearly gets robbed, only to be saved by an undercover cop. Back at the coffee shop, nobody wants to remember their journeys on the subway, except for Jerry and Kramer, and they're all stunned when Kramer actually pays for once.
4. Cheers (1982 TV Series)
Episode: Rebecca's Lover... Not (1992)
Prior to their wedding, Kelly wants to get to know all of Woody's friends. She's been spending quality time with them at the bar. They all have their own reason for liking Kelly around. Sam's beloved Corvette has been stolen, after which he starts a support group for people who have had their high performance cars stolen. The group is beneficial to Sam and to the others in the group, but its usefulness becomes moot for Sam when something more beneficial happens. And something beloved returns to Rebecca's life, namely Mark Newberger, her high school boyfriend and her first real love. Rebecca is excited to see Mark again, even more so after the fact as it supports what she thought she would feel: that Mark is and was the one man for her, the one she shouldn't have let get away and the one she won't let get away now that she has this second chance with him. But what is obvious to the rest of the world isn't obvious to Rebecca in why a Mark/Rebecca coupling is never going to happen. In her oblivion, Rebecca pursues Mark like a banshee.
5. Skins (2007 TV Series)
Episode: Pure: Part 1 (2013)
Cassie is working in a seedy diner in London and regularly phoning her father Marcus, who is going senile. She lives in a noisy house where she keeps herself to herself but befriends another tenant, Maddie, a would-be actress who seems to have a lot of gentleman callers. She has meaningless sex with co-worker Yaniv but is shocked to discover that somebody has been secretly filming her and posting the photos online under the name Oblivion. Hearing that Marcus has had an accident Cassie decides to quit her job but before she can do so another work colleague Jakob admits to taking the photos, admitting that he idolizes her with a pure, asexual love. She responds by hitting him.
6. Zodiac (2007)
Robert Graysmith is a cartoonist who works for the San Francisco Chronicle. His quirky ways irritate Paul Avery, a reporter whose drinking gets in the way of doing his job. The two become friends thanks to a shared interest: the Zodiac killer. Graysmith steadily becomes obsessed with the case, as Avery's life spirals into drunken oblivion. Graysmith's amateur sleuthing puts him onto the path of David Toschi, a police inspector who has thus far failed to catch his man; Sherwood Morrill, a handwriting expert; Linda del Buono, a convict who knew one of the Zodiac's victims; and others. Graysmith's job, his wife and his children all become unimportant next to the one thing that really matters: catching the Zodiac.
7. Home and Away (1988 TV Series)
Episode: Episode #1.6293 (2015)
Sensible, responsible Oscar prevents twin Evie and cahoot Maddy covering up her unprotected sex with Tank, even caught boxers)only on the couch by the kids, against her promise to Leah to avoid the dodgy knave, yet ends up the blamed one, ignoring when he confides in Matt it's the worst choice in the gang. Haunted again by murdered Denny's specter, Charlotte seeks oblivion in meaningless sex with an ex, but puzzled Andy turns her down, only weakling teen Matt is easily seduced all the way.
8. Melancholia (2011)
On the night of her wedding to Michael (Alexander Skarsgård), Justine (Kirsten Dunst) struggles with premonitions of a blue planet called Melancholia, on a collision course with the Earth. Ironically, while the ensuing oblivion brings on a condition of depressive, Melancholia, Justine's sister, Claire (Charlotte Gainsbourg), struggles to maintain composure and calm around her as impending disaster unsettles everyone. The extravagant wedding, paid for by Justine's brother-in-law, is shattered as the husband and guests depart and the sisters are left to deal with the impending cataclysm alone.
9. Are You Afraid of the Dark? (1990 TV Series)
Episode: The Tale of Oblivion (1999)
While in Sardo's magic shop, Max buys an eraser and pencil, then discovers they're magical when the isketch of fruit he erases results in the model disappearing. Whatever he draws or writes the name of with the pencil then erases is removed from Earth, so Max begins to use it to his advantage by erasing things he hates, like his piano and mean dog. But when his sister Shelley, who he wishes to get more time away from, threatens to tell and he erases he erases her, he has to erase himself and the tools to find and bring her back. It turns out that what is erased enters Oblivion, a place where a being named Kronos who originally claimed the tools destroys them once they're within his reach...
10. Videodrome (1983)
Max Renn is the President of Channel 83 Civic-TV, a small television station on the UHF dial. He defends his programming of largely X-rated shows - which depict graphic sex and extreme violence - as a pure matter of economic survival as a small station. Behind closed doors in specific company, he would admit that he enjoys such programming, but as President will stay away from associated activities that may be dangerous for him in its purchase. His current girlfriend, radio personality Nicki Brand, who he met on a television talk show, is sexually aroused by light mutilation on her person, that despite or because her radio show is like an open air crisis hotline. On that same talk show, the other guest via video feed was Professor Brian O'Blivion - solely his stage name - who believes that television and video broadcasts will one day overtake the world as reality, which may make Max's programming in combination more dangerous. In Max's search for the next big thing in like programming already on Channel 83, Harlan, his pirater who scans satellite signals, illegally obtains a satellite feed of something called Videodrome, which depicts continual sexualized torture and murder with no storyline of which to speak. The background behind Videodrome is unknown, but believing it is that big thing for which he is looking, Max is determined to find the producers so that he can purchase it for his station. He is concerned for Nicki if she goes ahead against his warnings in wanting to appear on Videodrome, however it does not lessen his desire to purchase it. If Max in turn does not heed the warning of Masha, one of his long time show suppliers, based on what little she discovers about it, Max may discover that Videodrome is just the next but destructive step in O'Blivion's prognostication.
The president of Civic TV Channel 83, Max Renn, is always looking for new cheap and erotic movies for his station. When his employee, Harlan, decodes a pirate video broadcast showing torture, murder, and mutilation called "Videodrome," Max becomes obsessed to get this series for his channel. He contacts his supplier, Masha, and asks her to find the party responsible for the transmission. A couple of days later, Masha tells that "Videodrome" is real snuff movies. Max's sado-masochistic girlfriend Nicki Brand decides to travel to Pittsburgh, where the show is based, to audition. Max investigates further, and through a video by the media prophet Brian O'Blivion, he learns that that TV screens are the retina of the mind's eye, being part of the brain, and "Videodrome" transmissions create a brain tumor in the viewer, changing the reality through video hallucination.
11. Music and Lyrics (2007)
Alex Fletcher was one half of the 1980's British pop duo, PoP. While his PoP partner Colin Thompson has gone onto further fame and fortune in the entertainment business which includes being knighted by the Queen, Alex has faded into oblivion, his only forays into the entertainment world being singing PoP songs at cheesy retrospective gigs. He has the opportunity to make it back into the popular music world when current singing sensation Cora Corman, a huge PoP fan, commissions him to write a duet for the two of them, it needing to have the title "Way Back into Love", and which needs to be completed by the end of the week. There is no guarantee that Cora will actually record the song as she has made arrangement for other retro artists to write back-up material if Alex's song is not to her liking. Alex has a problem in that he was never good at writing lyrics, and is having issues with the lyricist he has chosen for the collaboration. He thinks he has come up with a solution when his temporary plant watering person, Sophie Fisher, starts humming some of her own made up and good lyrics to Alex's tune. Sophie is an unconfident woman and a hypochondriac, who believes that, although she writes, she is not a lyricist who can come up with words to Alex's very specific song. Even if Alex is able to convince Sophie to help him, he will have to help her overcome her emotional problems in life, most specifically around her own current minor notoriety concerning her now love/hate relationship with author, Sloan Cates, who has put his skewed version of their life on paper in the form of a best selling novel. If Sophie does assist him, she may learn the hard way of the compromises that often accompany the creative process, some of those compromises with which she may not be able to live.
12. Maverick (1957 TV Series)
Episode: Last Stop: Oblivion (1961)
After being run out of town, Bart finds himself on a stagecoach with a group of passengers headed to Oblivion, a transfer station and inn run by the Lyme family. While waiting for the next stagecoach to Denver, Bart discovers that some visitors (especially those carrying large sums of money) check in but they don't necessarily check out.
13. The Black Hole (1979)
The crew of the spaceship Palamino stumbles across the ''lost'' ship U.S.S. Cygnus, hovering on the edge of an immense black hole. Once aboard, they find the ship is manned by robots - it's only human inhabitant, one Dr. Hans Reinhardt; an eminent scientist, missing for the past twenty years. His plan - to enter the Black Hole . . . Whether Dr. Reinhardt is a genius or a mad-man, one thing is for sure, he will not be denied his life's dream. What lies beyond the Black Hole? Immortality . . . or, Oblivion . . . ?
14. My Blueberry Nights (2007)
Elizabeth's heart is broken. For solace, she drops in late at night a few times at Jeremy's diner for blueberry pie a la mode; they talk. Once, he watchers her sleep, her head on the counter. Abruptly, she leaves New York City to get away from her pain. She works a couple of jobs in Memphis. There, a heart-broken cop is drinking himself into oblivion, his ex occasionally showing up where he drinks and Lizzy works. Then, she's in Nevada, working at a casino where she uses her savings (she wants a car) to stake Leslie, a busted gambler, in a high rollers' game. After, Beth drives Leslie to Vegas where Leslie's estranged father lives. Broken relationships. What about Jeremy?
15. American Gothic (1995 TV Series)
Episode: To Hell and Back (1996)
Matt Crower is haunted by the memories of his wife Lily and his daughter Claire, who died because of his drunk-driving crash. The sheriff makes him an enticing offer - the chance to go back and see them and say goodbye. Matt takes the offer, but he wants oblivion, which the sheriff won't grant. Caleb, meanwhile, is intrigued by his elderly neighbor whom he thinks has buried a body in his pumpkin patch.
Sheriff Lucas Black learns that the contract of Dr. Matt Crower with the local hospital will be renewed in a party to raise funds for the hospital. When the drunken Dan has a car accident, the comatose Doreen has a slim chance to survive. Dr. Crower is haunted by recollections of his wife Lily and his daughter Claire due to the similarity of situations. The evil Sheriff Black proposes a deal to Dr. Crower: he would give a chance to him to go back to meet and say goodbye to his beloved wife and daughter. Dr. Crower seeks oblivion and accepts the deal. Meanwhile Caleb suspects that his neighbor has buried a corpse in his pumpkin patch.
16. Aladdin (1994 TV Series)
Episode: Black Sand (1994)
Mozenrath has secretly taken up residence in Jafar's palace room and uses magical black sand which turns everyone who touches it into his slaves, oblivious of their true identity, from the Sultan's guards to Princess Jasmine, even Genie. Aladdin and his animals discover his plan to have the Sultan himself enchanted but find both Jasmine and Genie are replaced by mameluks who are given their appearance to approach His Majesty unnoticed, but fail to prevent his transformation. All seems lost when finally Aladdin is caught and dumped into the pool of oblivion, but Carpet dives after him with a rope fixed to a pillar, if only Abu and Iago can prevent Xerxes and Mozenrath from undoing it...
17. Bright Lights, Big City (1988)
Jamie Conway (Michael J. Fox) is an aspiring writer and yuppie living in New York City who seeks oblivion in cocaine and the glittery nightclub scene as his life falls apart (his wife leaves him, his mother dies, etc.). With his hard-partying friend Tad Allagash (Kiefer Sutherland) tagging along with him during their nights out, Jamie finds it increasingly difficult to show up every day at his unfulfilling job as a fast checker for a literary Manhattan magazine.
18. Red Rock (2015 TV Series)
Episode: Episode #3.38 (2016)
Detective Rory's hunch has led to one the biggest breakthroughs in the murder investigation so far. Blood at the scene confirms it - Brian was killed at a disused warehouse know locally as The Pipes. However, the smile is quickly wiped from Rory's face when confronted by Nikki, who is furious that he went behind her back with the break to score points with Superintendent Dunne. Next time he gets a lead he reports to her first - this is her station and her investigation, not Dunne's!Angered by Rory's subordinance, Nikki decides to take matters into her own hands with her own suspicions. Rachel and Liam have been brought into the station for further questioning and Nikki remains unconvinced that Rachel stayed locked in her room the entire night of Brian's murder. While father and daughter continue to be questioned at the station, Nikki pays a visit to the Reid's determined to make a breakthrough of her own. Bridget's in for a nasty surprise when her boss, loan shark Joe Fallon, makes an early return from his holidays. She can't bear to be under his control any longer and decides enough is enough, she's going to clear her debts by any means possible. Bridget's scraped together every last penny she has, even pawning one of her most precious items to get the money. It breaks Vinnie's heart to see his wife resort to such drastic measures but knows it's their only way to secure freedom from Fallon. They are determined to get the money, pay Fallon off and he will be out of their lives forever. Angela is left fuming when Conor is dragged back into the station for questioning without her being informed. Nikki insists they merely need to rule him out. He had an altercation with Brian in the McGonigle house the night he died, they just need to confirm his further whereabouts following that incident. Unfortunately Conor can't help but draw a complete blank on the events of that night after going on a bender and drinking himself into a state of oblivion.
19. Police Woman (1974 TV Series)
Episode: The Chasers (1975)
Ian McShane plays an insurance scammer and Ida Lupino is his partner. They fake and contrive accidents to collect the dough. Pepper "foils" a purse-snatching by getting knocked-down in a parking lot, falling in a pool and getting hit by a truck within a matter of a few seconds. In the hospital with a rag on her head, Pepper overhears the ambulance chasers pressuring the other patients on the ward. Pepper intuits a plot and once Bill finds her, they scheme to scam the scammers. Pepper charms McShane instantly into telling her all their secrets and, just as fast, a security guard quite unconvincingly blows her cover by insisting he hadn't seen her since he retired from the police force - all within earshot of Lupino. Exposed but unawares, Pepper still thinks she's undercover despite being told by an aging and suicidal lawyer in this "firm" that they're onto her. And, the revelation that she's got a badge doesn't guide them to get out of town but instead to kill her with a vat of gasoline in the trunk of a car. So when she tells the driver they're being set up for death, he just pushes her out the door onto the street and then angrily drives into oblivion. Conflagrations ensue on the highway. Pepper then goes to the apartment of the wife of the now-dead driver (one of the firm's partner/victims) and promptly gets shoved in a closet and the room is set on fire. Crowley arrives just in time, shooting the arsonist, and breaking Pepper out of the closet in the back of the smoke filled room. They meet Lupino in a darkened mall who starts shooting at them. Pepper being Pepper, she has no gun. An unconscious person on the floor literally trips Lupino and she falls, and is promptly arrested - By Crowley. Pepper and Crowley show up at a "fancy" restaurant and arrest McShane.
20. I Am Not a Bird (2018)
Margaret is doing everything in her power to forget home, and Tokyo's exotic nightlife-teeming with drink, drugs, and three-hour love hotels-enables her to keep her demons at bay. Working as an English specialist at Air-Pro Stewardess Training Institute by day and losing herself in a sex- and drug-addled oblivion by night, Margaret represses memories of her painful childhood in Canada and her older brother Frank's descent into madness.
21. Hiroshima Mon Amour (1959)
1959. A French young woman has spent the night with a Japanese man, at Hiroshima where she went for the shooting of a film about peace. He reminds her of the first man she loved. It was during World War II, and he was a German soldier. The main themes of this film are memory and oblivion.
22. The Swimmer (1968)
Merrill is clearly driven by inner forces. His friends are baffled by his determination to complete this quest, "swimming home", which we immediately intuitively understand. His passion is monumental, as are his oblivion and decades of neglect of those he holds most dear. His odyssey leads from love and power to despair and ruin.
23. The Anniversary Party (2001)
Celebrity couple Joe and Sally Therrian are going through yet another rough stage in their six-year marriage: while Joe's novels have been climbing higher and higher on the best-seller lists, Sally's film career has been steadily sinking into oblivion. Joe's been given the rights to cast and direct the screenplay of his latest book, but rather than resurrect Sally's career by casting her in the lead role, he's given it to Sally's rival, Skye Davidson. Even worse, he's invited Skye to their anniversary bash. Will the marriage, or anything else for that matter, survive the party?
24. Minecraft: Story Mode - A Telltale Games Series (2015 Video Game)
Jesse and his/her group of friends who slayed the Ender Dragon. When they are at EnderCon, they discover something weird... and dreadful. They must set out on a journey to find The Order of the Stone if they are able to save their world from oblivion.
25. 12 O'Clock High (1964 TV Series)
Episode: Grant Me No Favor (1965)
The 918th is being chewed to pieces while attempting to bomb a target in Norway so secret, even Joe Gallagher doesn't know what it is or why it's so important. In fact, in it's latest try, the mission commander, Col. Christie, decides to abort and turn back only 4 minutes from the target after losing 8 out of 21 bombers, with 4 more heavily damaged including his own. Infuriated by the excessive losses and secrecy surrounding the missions, Joe alienates his superiors when he aggressively defends Christie against a looming court martial. To the rescue, possibly, rides his father, Lt. General Gallagher, who is hellbent on getting his son his first general's star. But Joe is in no mood to discuss promotion with his friend and the reputation of the 918th teetering on the edge of oblivion.
26. The Elder Scrolls IV: Oblivion (2006 Video Game)
The Player is in the Imperial Prison when the Emperor and his bodyguards need to go through his cell to escape from the Imperial City. The Emperors sons are asassinated. The Player goes to Kvatch where he finds the last heir of the Septim Bloodline. The emperor has been killed while escaping from the City. The Player must help the heir Martin Septim to save the world from the Oblivion Crisis. And joining the Blades, Save Kvatch from Oblivion, Save Bruma, and be the Champion Of Cyrodiil.
The story begins with the player's character in prison in The Imperial City. Emperor Uriel Septim VII, accompanied by his bodyguards, is fleeing from assassins who have killed his sons. By chance, Septim's escape route goes through the player's cell and you are able to follow them and escape yourself. During the escape, the Emperor tells you that he has seen you in his dreams and gives you The Amulet of Kings, an important heirloom. He tells you to find the monk Jauffre and give him the Amulet. The emperor is then assassinated. After finding Jauffre, you are told that Septim had an illegitimate son named Martin who is working as a monk in the city of Kvatch. As the only remaining heir to the throne, Martin must use the Amulet to light the Dragonfires that protect Cyrodiil from Daedra, inhabitants of the Daedric realm of Oblivion. Upon reaching Kvatch, you find that it is under attack by the Deadra. You enter the Oblivion gate, a portal between Tamriel and Oblivion, and remove the Sigil Stone that holds the gate in place, thus closing it from the inside. Upon returning to Kvatch, you help the soldiers fight off the remaining invasion force and meet Martin. The player must then escort Martin back to Jauffre, whose Priory is under attack by The Mythic Dawn cult, the assassins who killed Emperor Uriel Septim earlier. After saving the Priory, you find that the Amulet has been stolen, and you must escort Martin and Jauffre to Cloud Ruler Temple, a hidden fortress in the mountains, and headquarters to The Blades (the Emperor's elite bodyguard). As Martin trains to be the next Emperor, the player must attempt to retrieve the Amulet by infiltrating the Mythic Dawn. It transpires that their leader, Mankar Camaron, is in league with the Daedric Lord of Destruction, Mehrunes Dagon. Dagon wishes to invade the world by opening Oblivion Gates near major cities with the help of The Mythic Dawn who worship him. The player witnesses Camaron enter a portal into his own world, "Paradise" and take the Amulet with him. However, he leaves his book, The Mysterium Xarxes behind and the player steals it and returns it to Martin. The future Emperor must then unlock the mysteries behind the book whilst the Player helps the cities of Cyrodiil close more Oblivion Gates. A major battle for control of Bruma ensues, but the Daedric forces are stopped before reaching the city. The player then enters Paradise and kills Camaron and his kin. Upon returning Martin to the Imperial City, you find it under attack by the Daedra, with Mehrunes Dagon himself leading the army. Martin rushes to relight the fires with the retrieved Amulet while Dagon destroys the city. Reaching the Temple of the One, Martin thanks the player, and smashes the amulet of kings to transform himself into the avatar of the Great Dragon God of Time, Akatosh. He battles Dagon, and eventually banishes him to Oblivon, saving Cyrodiil, and possibly Tamriel, in the process. But in doing so, he sacrifices his own life; the cost of borrowing the power of Akatosh. Peace is finally restored to the world but no Emperor sits on the throne...
27. Gun Crazy (1950)
Since he was a child, Bart Tare has always loved guns. After leaving the army, his friends take him to a carnival, where he meets the perfect girl; Annie, a sharp-shooting sideshow performer who loves guns as much as he. The 2 run off and marry, but Annie isn't happy with their financial situation, so at her behest the couple begins a cross-country string of daring robberies. Never one to use guns for killing, Bart's dragged down into oblivion by the greedy and violent nature of the woman he loves.
28. Beyblade (2001 TV Series)
Episode: Building the Perfect Beast! (2002)
We start off in the middle of a heated battle between Kane and Tyson. Kane's losing control of his Cyber Dragoon as his energy is being drained by his Bit Beast. Kane almost passes out from expending so much of his strength. As Cyber Dragoon grows, it looks more and more like Tyson is about to lose, when Kai tells him the only way to get rid of the Cyber Bit Beast is for Tyson to destroy it. Tyson musters up all his power and in one fell swoop, Dragoon destroys its doppelganger. However, as Cyber Dragoon is blown to oblivion, so is the building they are in and it starts collapsing all around them. Our heroes make a mad dash for the exits when, Max realizes his Draciel is still being held captive in the lab. Max races back inside followed closely by Tyson. Once inside the lab, they meet up with Ozuma and his gang who free Draciel for Max using their blades. Now it's a race to try and get out of the building safely!!
29. Beyblade (2001 TV Series)
Episode: Squeeze Play (2002)
We start off in the middle of a heated battle between Kane and Tyson. Kane's losing control of his Cyber Dragoon as his energy is being drained by his Bit Beast. Kane almost passes out from expending so much of his strength. As Cyber Dragoon grows, it looks more and more like Tyson is about to lose, when Kai tells him the only way to get rid of the Cyber Bit Beast is for Tyson to destroy it. Tyson musters up all his power and in one fell swoop, Dragoon destroys its doppelganger. However, as Cyber Dragoon is blown to oblivion, so is the building they are in and it starts collapsing all around them. Our heroes make a mad dash for the exits when, Max realizes his Draciel is still being held captive in the lab. Max races back inside followed closely by Tyson. Once inside the lab, they meet up with Ozuma and his gang who free Draciel for Max using their blades. Now it's a race to try and get out of the building safely!!
30. Love Liza (2002)
Wilson Joel is a man in trouble. There's a searing pain in his gut that he can't tolerate and a dazed quietness to his struggle as he tries to maintain his equilibrium. Wilson is attempting to move on from the sudden and inexplicable suicide of his wife. His mother-in-law is there for him, but her sympathies turn quickly. He has an employer that seems to want to help him, and a workmate who wants him for herself. But nothing and no one can give Wilson solace; so, he seeks oblivion. It is not the usual alcohol or drugs. Wilson inhales fumes from gasoline cans and model airplane fuel and finds temporary salvation in the company of remote-control model enthusiasts. However, nothing that provides him relief really lasts.
31. Parts Per Billion (2014)
PARTS PER BILLION tells the interwoven stories of three couples as a final, terrible war forces them to choose between survival and oblivion, hope and fear, life and death. Inspired and sometimes blinded by their love, Len, Mia, Andy, Esther, Anna and Erik are as flawed and beautiful as any of the billions who are facing this human-made disaster.
32. Phantasm IV: Oblivion (1998)
Phantasm: Oblivion is the 4th installment of the series. The cast from the orginal Phantasm returns as Mike attempts to find how the tall man came to be. Mike, along with Cody and some help from Reggie, travels through various dimensions of time and space to find the source of the tall man.
33. Buzz Lightyear of Star Command (2000 TV Series)
Episode: Star Smasher (2000)
The Rangers are at an LGM invention review when Zurg's Hornets attack. At first the attack seems random and easily repulsed when they discover one of the LGMs is missing. Zurg has kidnapped the LGM with independent thought. He extracts the information for the Flux Gravity Capacitor which is essentially a large trash compactor. He uses it to attack Capital Planet's sun and create a Black Hole which will suck Space Command and the planet into oblivion.
34. Half in the Bag (2011 TV Series)
Episode: Oblivion and the Lords of Salem (2013)
After burying the body of Mailman Tommy, Mike and Jay discuss the sci fi action film Oblivion, directed by the guy responsible for everyone's favorite movie, Tron: Legacy. They then discuss the horror film The Lords of Salem, directed by the guy responsible for everyone's OTHER favorite movie, the Halloween remake.
35. The Scooby-Doo/Dynomutt Hour (1976 TV Series)
Episode: The Ghost That Sacked the Quarterback (1976)
A 1930s football player named the Rambling Ghost placed a curse on his football team. Now it seems he really is a ghost who is back from the grave to send his ex-team's star quarterback into oblivion. It's up to Scooby and the gang to solve this mystery. . . . Blue Falcon and his inept mechanical sidekick, Dynomutt the Dog Wonder, face their deadliest threat yet. Six of their arch-foes - The Gimmick, Lowbrow, Queen Hornet, The Worm, Fishface and Superthug - have formed the Injustice League of America. Their main goal: wipe out Blue Falcon and Dynomutt. The super-heroic duo's only chance is to use a bit of psychology to undermine this terrible team.
36. Oblivion (1994)
Zack Stone must return to Oblivion after his father is killed by the evil Red Eye. Zack is a pacifist but Oblivion needs a new sheriff to foil Red Eye and his gang of hellions.
37. Earthtastrophe (2016 TV Movie)
One new years eve a wormhole suddenly appears sucking Earth and it's inhabitants to another solar system. Nearly a year later Colin Prite CEO of Prite Industries(a new energy company) awakes in a makeshift hospital. Confused by flashing images of possible memories he is desperate to find his wife and child, but with most of the population wiped out by conditions in the new system there is little hope for them or mankind as they head toward total oblivion.
38. Maalaala mo kaya (1991 TV Series)
Episode: Strawberries (1993)
Life is a picnic for the family until the death of young Gelli, which disrupts their idyll and makes Marianne lose interest in everything-including her husband Jude and her other son Sydney. Can a mother ever let go of her beloved child's memory and let the pain fade into oblivion? Will Marianne's grief for her lost daughter weigh more than her love for the living and permanently wound them with her indifference?
39. Oblivion 2: Backlash (1996)
In the alien-western world of Oblivion, a suave, yet lethal bounty hunter named Sweeney arrives to arrest the seductive outlaw Lash on multiple charges, including murder. Lash, who just "inherited" a mine of Derconium (the most valuable mineral in the universe) from Crowley in a game of cards, meets up with Redeye's brother, Jaggar, who wants the mine for himself to rule the galaxy. It's a fight over Lash between the sheriff of Oblivion, Jaggar, and Sweeney. But who will emerge victorious?
40. Under the Skin (1997)
Although married and pregnant Rose has always been Mother's favorite, it is younger sister Iris whose life is shaken up by Mother's death. Suffocating, Iris spirals out of control and copes by losing herself in sexual oblivion. She leaves her steady, Gary, for a steady stream of one night stands in the arms of mysterious strangers, alienating Gary, Rose, her friends, and her employers in the process. Will this go on until she loses everything that is meaningful to her?
41. Gunshy (1998)
When the New York journalist Jake Bridges catches his girlfriend with another guy, he goes to Atlantic City to drink himself to oblivion. He is saved from a bar brawl by a small-time mobster Frankie, and Jake falls in love with Frankie's girlfriend Melissa. Jake soon also joins Frankie in his money-collecting duties.
42. Sworn Virgin (2015)
Hana Doda, still a girl, escapes from her destiny of being wife and servant which is imposed on the women in the inhospitable mountains in Albania. She appeals to the old law of the Kanun and swears her eternal virginity thus becoming a "sworn virgin". She turns into a man, takes up a rifle and becomes Mark, Mark Doda. It is in exchange for this sacrifice that Hana is allowed to be considered at the same level as other men. Her battle does not only mean that she must rebel against what destiny has been writing on her body for centuries, but she must also reject, in name of this rebellion, every form of love. A refusal that becomes her prison. After more than ten years spent in solitude in the mountains as a man, she becomes brutish and she transforms to survive the hardship, the cold and misery, until something returns to awaken her again... Hana decides to change life and painstakingly regain her body. She knows that leaving the mountains is the price she will have to pay to be able to go back to living. A journey drags her away from her arid land, a journey that will mean she will have to revisit her past and exhume memories and feelings that she was made to bury in oblivion. Following a path that is a continuous and subtle crossing of two different and distant worlds, of the past and the future. In a modern Milan metropolis, she struggles to leave her man's clothes and learns to be woman. She experiences the heady sensation of physical contact with others, and she finds dear and beloved people that life had taken from her and there opens an unexpected and forbidden possibility of love. Mark not only returns to being Hana, but she is also able to piece the two souls back together that for years have lived inside her body and she is reborn as a new, free and complete.
43. The Beckoning Silence (2007 TV Movie)
Joe Simpson, whose battle for survival featured in Touching the Void, travels to the Eiger to tell the story of one of mountaineering's most epic tragedies. The Beckoning Silence tells of Kurz's heroic battle for survival, but also forces Simpson to confront some fundamental questions of his own - why continue climbing when you have come so close to oblivion?
44. I Will Follow You Into the Dark (2012)
Story follows Sophia, who is severely depressed after the deaths of both her parents within six months. Convinced that the Afterlife is mere oblivion, and that this life is meaningless, she retreats within herself, only to be drawn out of her depressive funk by an unexpected romance with a man named Adam. After Adam disappears mysteriously into the depths of a haunted apartment building, Sophia vows to pursue him, even if it means walking over the threshold into the realm of death.
45. Hospital Central (2000 TV Series)
Episode: Estado de shock (2005)
Aimé attends Martin, a gentleman who seems to be interested only for the paperwork that transports the death of his wife in spite of the fact that they seem to be them very close. Later, he attends to a grumpy old man called Fernando who only is interested for the purse of his wife Leonor still when the life of this one hangs of a thread. The marriage had a traffic accident. Fernando clashed with another car in which another couple was traveling with their daughter Elena. The father dies forthwith and the girl remains in state of shock. Javier and Laura attend Luisa, the mother, who is in critical state. Another singular case is that of Lola, a very superstitious lady, committed to that her pains produce to themselves because of a 'evil eye'. Javier, who lately spend a lot of time together with Laura, detects in a patient called Reme another irregularity of the Doctor Adrados. Dávila will verify what happens. On the other hand, they approach a few days of bridge and the personnel of urgencies checks the guards to take advantage of the vacations. Esther obtains a hollow to go away with Maca to Paris but the pediatrician continues disillusioned. It is possible that the end of a relation approaches. Héctor deceived with the arrival of his daughter from Argentina, will have to fight to demonstrate that the distance not always is the oblivion.
46. Youngblood Hawke (1964)
Arthur Hawke works as a coal truck driver in Kentucky, he in the process trying to protect his widowed mother Sarah Hawke's property rights against his wealthy and cutthroat paternal uncles' mineral rights. Sarah, however, may be more astute in the matters of business than her son. In his spare time, Arthur is writing a novel under the pen name Youngblood Hawke, it, his first, which he is able to sell to a New York publishing house. As such, Arthur moves to New York City while he works on the necessary rewrites and contemplates his next novel, which he knows can and will pour out of him. Even before that first novel, Alms of Oblivion, is published, Arthur is the toast of certain literary circles in New York. Naive to the ways of the business, he gets caught up in this new life, in having to deal with the publishers, agents, managers, lawyers, critics, theater people who want him to translate the work into a play, and movie types who want to purchase the movie rights. He has to decide whose advice to follow in these matters, he potentially being overextended in he wanting to do and have it all. He does not realize until he is ensconced within this life that there was a latent passion associated with his work, the women around him who can smell it ooze off of him. The feminine advances for who he ultimately falls is that of Frieda Winter, a wealthy, married socialite and a frequent patron of the arts. In his affair with Frieda which needs to be hidden at every turn, Arthur may not yet realize that what he feels for his story editor, Jeanne Green, who initially discovered his unsolicited manuscript, is more than just professional gratitude. Through it all, Arthur may eventually come to the understanding that his standing in this world is solely judged on the success or failure of his latest work.
47. Jack to a King - The Swansea Story (2014 Documentary)
Jack to a King. The remarkable true story of a rag tag group of football fans who saved their club from oblivion and took them to the richest game in World Football. The Championship Play Off Final, with the ultimate prize being a place in the Premier League.
48. Challenge of the GoBots (1984 TV Series)
Episode: Flight to Earth: Part 4 (1985)
The episode begins with Crasher and Fitor walking in on the Guardians just after Leader-1 was reassembled. Leader-1 tries to defend the others but finds that he's not yet strong enough to take on Crasher and Fitor. Leader-1 ends up collapsing on the floor as the others look on in horror. The Last Engineer then has one last trick up his sleeve to get everyone out safely. The room the Leader-1 and Small Foot were in was in actuality one of the Last Engineer's latest inventions his ship Courageous. He pulls a lever and everyone jumps aboard the ship. Crasher and Fitor plan not to let Leader-1 and the others escape and fly out after the Guardians in their Thruster with Tank and Cop-Tur hot on the trail. Unbeknownst to Tank and Cop-Tur Turbo has stowed away on board the Renegade Thruster and lets off a few shots at Tank which causes the ship to fire its weapons at another Thruster piloted by Fitor and Crasher which manages to knock Turbo out cold. Tank decides to put Turbo in a cell before he comes around. Sparky and Scooter are still running from Jeeper Creeper and Buggyman. It isn't until Scooter kicks an old muffler that the two cohorts are discovered. Sparky and Scooter discover a ship that's not being used and they decide to hide inside. Buggyman wants to get inside the ship and start looking for Sparky and Scooter but Jeeper Creeper has other ideas so they launch the ship that the two guardians are hiding in. Scooter then discovers that the ship is heading for Gobotron's sun. Sparky says "it happened again." Scooter then tells Sparky that she couldn't have known that the Renegades were going to launch them into oblivion. Then Sparky explains that the "wrong place wrong time" scenario always happens to her. Then Scooter and Sparky discover their salvation in a stationary Command Center but soon the pair make a horrible discovery finding Pathfinder, Rest-Q, Wrong Way, Flip Top, Good Knight, Vangaurd are all prisoners who are no doubt going to be sent to the prison moon to be disassembled. They watch helplessly as Turbo is pushed on board the Command Center. Scooter gets an idea on how to trick the two Renegades who are guarding their comrades and that's to go below decks and trick them into believing that the Command Center is going to explode. The plan works and the two Renegades are seen fleeing the ship. Scooter and Sparky head up to the control room quickly, Scooter tells her that it's only a matter of time before the two Renegade guards discover that they've been tricked, to take control of their ship and to free the prisoners. The Guardians who are prisoners all look forward in astonishment not knowing who set them free? Turbo calls out to the two Renegades only to discover that it wasn't the Renegades that set them free but it was Sparky and Scooter who set them free. Turbo and Scooter take control of the ship and flee for their lives to Earth. Screwhead is monitoring Guardian activity aboard Rougestar and thinks that it's strange that the Guardian ship is fleeing. Scooter and Turbo are trying desperately to get all of the Gobotronian refugees safely to earth. Scooter and Turbo discover just how badly in shape their ship was as they try and out-run three Renegade Thrusters. Scooter asks Turbo if they can go into hyperspace but Turbo tells Scooter that the ship doesn't have enough of its own power for them to make the leap into hyperspace. Turbo discovers an opened hyperspace gate and they just narrowly escape after the Renegades try to collapse the gate in front of them. Turbo and Scooter and relieved to have gotten through the hyperspace gate and are on their way to earth.
49. Time Lapse (2001 Video)
Clayton Pierce is an agent working under deep cover. Although he is a top agent, he is questioning his loyalty after twenty years of service. His devotion has already cost him his wife, family and personal life. During a de-briefing from his last assignment, he is unknowingly administered the drug Oblivion, which destroys brain cells causing permanent memory loss. Within a few days of injection, the drug's effects become irreversible. Clayton will not only lose his memory, he will lose his identity as well. He realizes he can no longer rely on anyone at the agency to help him, not even his boss, Agent LaNova. With nowhere left to go, he appeals to his ex-wife, Kate, for help. Clayton and Kate must locate the antidote before it's too late.
50. 72 Dangerous Places to Live (2016 TV Series)
Episode: Time & Tide (2016)
Profiles of some of the most dangerous places to live: #31 Centralia, Pennsylvania (sitting atop an underground fire that's been burning since 1962); #20 The Rocky Mountains, specifically Big White, British Columbia (where injuries and death occur every season); #57 Pitcairn Island (one of the most isolated islands in the world); #25 Beijing, China (where the air can literally kill you); #2 Kiribati Islands (decades away from oblivion); #19 Nepal (mountain landslides); #17 The Ganges River, India (6th most polluted river in the world); #40 Malawi (decimated by flash floods, drought, earthquakes and a cyclone); #67 Skardu, Pakistan, & The Karakoram Highway (treacherous roadway); #71 Venice, Italy (a city slowly but surely sinking); #47 Guinea (ebola outbreak); #37 Maralinga, Ausralia (multiple nuclear test site).
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