Sometimes this even involves bringing back former villains to fight against the current Big Bad, because Even Evil Has Standards.If the returning character suddenly has a new personality or a new actor from the one showcased before, it's respectively either a case of Not as You Know Them or The Other Darrin.
If, on the other hand, a character comes back even though it'd be easy for the character to return for at least one episode, then it's a Long Bus Trip.
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After a main character gets explicitly written out of a story, we often never see them again.
This trope is about when they return once again, to work with the current main characters.