Season six of LOST had an alternate timeline with a gentle relationship between the nefarious Ben Linus and his father. Thus proving it's never too late to make peace with someone, even after you've murdered them.
Actress Joann Kelly got into the makeup chair to play an aging version of her Warehouse 13 character. While premature aging is far-too-common on soap operas, it still makes an enthralling science fiction plot.
In the Doctor Who episode, "The Girl Who Waited," Karen Gillian's character must be rescued from decades into her future. Our past selves are always trying to do this, but we still end up as Blastr article writers no matter what.
Playing a witch named Valerie in The Princess Bride, she uses her power to bring Westley back to life. She went on to star in a Broadway production of Wicked, which just goes to show what can happen when someone embraces their hag side.
Amy Pond isn't the only aging woman in the Doctor Who universe. Agyeman plays Martha Jones, who ages rapidly after being attacked by a "resurrection gauntlet." We assume "resurrection gauntlet" is code for "face burning fire."
This Twin Peaks protagonist finds himself in the Dark Lodge in a dream where he is 25 years older. It might not make sense, but at least it makes more sense than the rest of the Laura Palmer case.