According to TV Tropes, fanon discontinuity is when a fanbase ignores something that factually happened within a fiction's universe. A significant group of fans can collectively agree on it or just something you individually cannot tolerate. Fanon discontinuity can create plot holes by ignoring important events or it can solve plot holes by ignoring stupid events. It can range from "only counting the first film" to acknowledging the overall narrative whilst excluding only certain scenes. Examples: The Simpsons It is almost universally true that The Simpsons episode Principal & The Pauper, the one with the real Seymour Skinner, "doesn't count" and its events are considered non-canon. Even show creator Matt Groening thinks this. Star Wars Lots. Some thing the prequels never happened, the Ewoks never existed, fans of the original expanded universe don't accept the new sequels and of course... Han shot first. The Terminator Nothing happened after Terminator 2. Nothing. Scrubs The last season with all the new interns? What are you talking about? --- What examples are there for you in films, TV or even video game narratives?