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26th Apr '17 5:04:31 PM patriciovalencia117
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*** Is she as stable as stable as she seems and if she's not, just how unstable is she? "April Fools Rules" indicates that she might not be entirely stable or benign, since she does all of the pranks in the house and doesn't see anything wrong with them.

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*** Is she as stable as stable as she seems and if she's not, just how unstable is she? "April Fools Rules" indicates that she might not be entirely stable or benign, since she does all pulls of the many potentially harmful pranks in the house and doesn't see anything wrong with them.



*** Does she have a split personality that manifests itself through comedic performance with her ventriloquist dummy Mr. Coconuts? Afterall, the dummy does seem to have its own personality like shooting a death glares at Luan even though Luan is controlling and voicing it.

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*** Does she have a split personality that manifests itself through comedic performance with via her ventriloquist dummy Mr. Coconuts? Afterall, After all, the dummy does seem to have a mind of its own personality like shooting as when it shoots Luan a death glares at Luan glare even though Luan when she is controlling and voicing it.
25th Apr '17 5:17:15 PM patriciovalencia117
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25th Apr '17 5:17:11 PM patriciovalencia117
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** Is Luan as stable as she seems? And if she's not, just how unstable is she? "April Fools Rules" indicates that she might not be entirely stable or benign, since she does all of the pranks in the house and doesn't see anything wrong with them.
** Another Luan-related one: Is her cheerful, comedic routine genuine, or is she [[SadClown hiding a sad side to her personality]]? Outside of her mime act in "Ties That Bind", "Funny Business" brings something into question, since Luan says she's dealt with emos like Maggie and her friends before, but doesn't elaborate further than that.
** Exactly how much of Leni's stupidity is genuine and how much is it [[ObfuscatingStupidity a mask]]? The fact that "It's a Loud, Loud, Loud, Loud House" implies not only that she's [[SmarterThanYouLook smarter than she looks]], but implies she ''knows'' she's seen as stupid, certainly brings this into question.
*** Lola's a jerk, no doubt about it--but how much of it is it by her own volition and how much of it is from the stress of regularly competing in beauty pageants?

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** Is Resident prankster and comedian Luan Loud has spawned many theories about her mentality.
*** Is she as stable
as stable as she seems? And seems and if she's not, just how unstable is she? "April Fools Rules" indicates that she might not be entirely stable or benign, since she does all of the pranks in the house and doesn't see anything wrong with them.
** Another Luan-related one:
them.
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Is her cheerful, funny comedic routine genuine, routes genuine or is she a means of [[SadClown hiding a sad side to her personality]]? Outside of personality]]?
*** Does she have a split personality that manifests itself through comedic performance with
her mime act in "Ties That Bind", "Funny Business" brings something into question, since ventriloquist dummy Mr. Coconuts? Afterall, the dummy does seem to have its own personality like shooting a death glares at Luan says she's dealt with emos like Maggie even though Luan is controlling and her friends before, but doesn't elaborate further than that.
voicing it.
** Exactly how much of Leni's stupidity is genuine and how much is it [[ObfuscatingStupidity a mask]]? The fact that "It's a Loud, Loud, Loud, Loud House" implies not only that she's [[SmarterThanYouLook smarter than she looks]], but implies she ''knows'' she's seen as stupid, certainly brings this into question.
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Lola's a jerk, no doubt about it--but how much of it is it by her own volition and how much of it is from the stress of regularly competing in beauty pageants?



** Ms. Frizzle could be seen as a character in the vein of Willy Wonka, using the field trips to find a sucessor (possibly to the [[Series/DoctorWho Time Lord-like]] organization that gave her the bus and taught her how to timetravel). Since there's promotional material with Arnold by her side, she could see the most potential in him and wants to break him from his neuroses to train him. Other candidates could be Ralphie for his eccentricities & DA for her knowledge.

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** Ms. Frizzle could be seen as a character in the vein of Willy Wonka, using the field trips to find a sucessor successor (possibly to the [[Series/DoctorWho Time Lord-like]] organization that gave her the bus and taught her how to timetravel). Since there's promotional material with Arnold by her side, she could see the most potential in him and wants to break him from his neuroses to train him. Other candidates could be Ralphie for his eccentricities & DA for her knowledge.
25th Apr '17 5:17:09 PM patriciovalencia117
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** Is Luan as stable as she seems? And if she's not, just how unstable is she? "April Fools Rules" indicates that she might not be entirely stable or benign, since she does all of the pranks in the house and doesn't see anything wrong with them.
** Another Luan-related one: Is her cheerful, comedic routine genuine, or is she [[SadClown hiding a sad side to her personality]]? Outside of her mime act in "Ties That Bind", "Funny Business" brings something into question, since Luan says she's dealt with emos like Maggie and her friends before, but doesn't elaborate further than that.
** Exactly how much of Leni's stupidity is genuine and how much is it [[ObfuscatingStupidity a mask]]? The fact that "It's a Loud, Loud, Loud, Loud House" implies not only that she's [[SmarterThanYouLook smarter than she looks]], but implies she ''knows'' she's seen as stupid, certainly brings this into question.
*** Lola's a jerk, no doubt about it--but how much of it is it by her own volition and how much of it is from the stress of regularly competing in beauty pageants?

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** Is Resident prankster and comedian Luan Loud has spawned many theories about her mentality.
*** Is she as stable
as stable as she seems? And seems and if she's not, just how unstable is she? "April Fools Rules" indicates that she might not be entirely stable or benign, since she does all of the pranks in the house and doesn't see anything wrong with them.
** Another Luan-related one:
them.
***
Is her cheerful, funny comedic routine genuine, routes genuine or is she a means of [[SadClown hiding a sad side to her personality]]? Outside of personality]]?
*** Does she have a split personality that manifests itself through comedic performance with
her mime act in "Ties That Bind", "Funny Business" brings something into question, since ventriloquist dummy Mr. Coconuts? Afterall, the dummy does seem to have its own personality like shooting a death glares at Luan says she's dealt with emos like Maggie even though Luan is controlling and her friends before, but doesn't elaborate further than that.
voicing it.
** Exactly how much of Leni's stupidity is genuine and how much is it [[ObfuscatingStupidity a mask]]? The fact that "It's a Loud, Loud, Loud, Loud House" implies not only that she's [[SmarterThanYouLook smarter than she looks]], but implies she ''knows'' she's seen as stupid, certainly brings this into question.
***
Lola's a jerk, no doubt about it--but how much of it is it by her own volition and how much of it is from the stress of regularly competing in beauty pageants?



** Ms. Frizzle could be seen as a character in the vein of Willy Wonka, using the field trips to find a sucessor (possibly to the [[Series/DoctorWho Time Lord-like]] organization that gave her the bus and taught her how to timetravel). Since there's promotional material with Arnold by her side, she could see the most potential in him and wants to break him from his neuroses to train him. Other candidates could be Ralphie for his eccentricities & DA for her knowledge.

to:

** Ms. Frizzle could be seen as a character in the vein of Willy Wonka, using the field trips to find a sucessor successor (possibly to the [[Series/DoctorWho Time Lord-like]] organization that gave her the bus and taught her how to timetravel). Since there's promotional material with Arnold by her side, she could see the most potential in him and wants to break him from his neuroses to train him. Other candidates could be Ralphie for his eccentricities & DA for her knowledge.
23rd Apr '17 5:35:56 PM patriciovalencia117
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* ''WesternAnimation/TheLoudHouse''
** Are the Loud sisters' extreme and quirky personalities [[NatureVersusNurture what they were born with or a conscious effort on their parts to stand out in a crowd of eleven siblings]]?
** Is Luan as stable as she seems? And if she's not, just how unstable is she? "April Fools Rules" indicates that she might not be entirely stable or benign, since she does all of the pranks in the house and doesn't see anything wrong with them.
** Another Luan-related one: Is her cheerful, comedic routine genuine, or is she [[SadClown hiding a sad side to her personality]]? Outside of her mime act in "Ties That Bind", "Funny Business" brings something into question, since Luan says she's dealt with emos like Maggie and her friends before, but doesn't elaborate further than that.
** Exactly how much of Leni's stupidity is genuine and how much is it [[ObfuscatingStupidity a mask]]? The fact that "It's a Loud, Loud, Loud, Loud House" implies not only that she's [[SmarterThanYouLook smarter than she looks]], but implies she ''knows'' she's seen as stupid, certainly brings this into question.
*** Lola's a jerk, no doubt about it--but how much of it is it by her own volition and how much of it is from the stress of regularly competing in beauty pageants?
10th Apr '17 11:05:40 AM nombretomado
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* Captain Murphy of ''{{Sealab 2021}}'':

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* Captain Murphy of ''{{Sealab ''WesternAnimation/{{Sealab 2021}}'':
8th Apr '17 6:40:18 PM NightShade96
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* ''AlternativeCharacterInterpretation/GravityFalls''
22nd Mar '17 3:26:27 PM DrPsyche
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* X-23 of ''WesternAnimation/XMenEvolution'':
** Sympathetic anti-hero trying to live her own life despite being raised as a weapon, or mentally ill mutant held back for the good of the general public? The answer depends on the fan, but her mood whiplash and the randomly placed {{flashback}}s in her premiere episode may be evidence that she isn't stable enough to function outside the military. Even as a child, when they tried to socialize her, she would end up breaking things and having to be forcibly removed from the area. Perhaps HYDRA's holding her prisoner was a good thing.
** Her instability could very likely be a ''result'' of HYDRA's treatment of her for her entire life (as a weapon, that is). Attempts to bring her outdoors were clearly more about making her blend in with society that genuinely trying to socialise her. To further this point, the doctor who gave Wolverine this information in X-23's first appearance seemed to lean towards this point and felt terrible about the way HYDRA treated her; and their attempts to recapture her in her second appearance. Add Wolverine's disgust with their treatment of her, and the episode largely implies that if she'd been raised as a normal child she would be more stable (her ''existence'' was about creating a weapon based on Weapon X, so ...)

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* X-23 of ''WesternAnimation/XMenEvolution'':
** X-23
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Sympathetic anti-hero trying to live her own life despite being raised as a weapon, or mentally ill mutant held back for the good of the general public? The answer depends on the fan, but her mood whiplash and the randomly placed {{flashback}}s in her premiere episode may be evidence that she isn't stable enough to function outside the military. Even as a child, when they tried to socialize her, she would end up breaking things and having to be forcibly removed from the area. Perhaps HYDRA's holding her prisoner was a good thing.
** *** Her instability could very likely be a ''result'' of HYDRA's treatment of her for her entire life (as a weapon, that is). Attempts to bring her outdoors were clearly more about making her blend in with society that genuinely trying to socialise her. To further this point, the doctor who gave Wolverine this information in X-23's first appearance seemed to lean towards this point and felt terrible about the way HYDRA treated her; and their attempts to recapture her in her second appearance. Add Wolverine's disgust with their treatment of her, and the episode largely implies that if she'd been raised as a normal child she would be more stable (her ''existence'' was about creating a weapon based on Weapon X, so ...)
19th Mar '17 5:22:06 AM NightShade96
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* ''AlternateCharacterInterpretation/StevenUniverse''



* ''WesternAnimation/StevenUniverse'':
** The ending theme, "Love Like You", has stumped fans. It's so ambiguous that it can be about almost any character singing to another character. Just ''who'' is singing the song and to ''who'' they are singing it to has created a multitude of theories. Some of the most popular include: [[spoiler: Lapis singing to Steven]] and [[spoiler: Rose singing to Greg]].
** Pearl is the most obviously maternal of the gems towards Steven however her affections have been called into question by some. Does she truly love him or is she protecting him because he reminds her of Rose?
*** Episodes that portray a darker side of her psyche like "Cry for Help", "Rose's Scabbard" and "Sworn to the Sword" has made some people see Pearl as a bitch who throws her pain in everyone else selfishly, while others argue that she is a victim of Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder after Rose's death.
** Rose is a PosthumousCharacter who we've only seen through the eyes of people who deeply love her and often put her on a pedestal. Whether she truly was as sweet as she seems has been discussed by fans to bits. Some think she secretly had a dark side while others think she had a DarkAndTroubledPast and [[TheAtoner tried to atone]] for it by being a FriendToAllLivingThings.
** Fans are split into two bases: Was Amethyst jealous of ''Greg'' or of ''Rose''? People who support the idea she was jealous of Greg believe she was mad that he was stealing Rose's (who is seen as a mother figure to Amethyst by fans) attention from her and she feared Rose liked Greg more than her. Those who think Amethyst was jealous of Rose tend to believe Amethyst has feelings for Greg and was jealous that Greg was in love with Rose.
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