History Anime / OnegaiMyMelody

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* CanonImmigrant / {{Cameo}: HelloKitty (Sadly, in the eyecatches) herself in Onegai My Melody and Kuru Kuru Shuffle and both [[{{Cinnamoroll}} Berry and Cherry]] in Kirara.

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* CanonImmigrant / {{Cameo}: {{Cameo}}: HelloKitty (Sadly, in the eyecatches) herself in Onegai My Melody and Kuru Kuru Shuffle and both [[{{Cinnamoroll}} Berry and Cherry]] Cherry of ''Cinnamoroll'' fame in Kirara.
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* ActionGirl -- Mana, of the KickChick variety.
* AliensStealCable -- The King of Mari Land has a TV that receives programs from Earth. It causes him to make a lot of pop culture references.
* AloofBigBrother -- Keiichi Hiiragi is a textbook example
* AmbiguouslyGay -- the music tutor.
* AndNowForSomethingCompletelyDifferent -- ''Sukkuri'' in general, which distills the formula of the previous series so that every episode is half-length. While the formula is similar, there are many inherent differences, such as how Kuromi doesn't actually use nightmare magic on other people this time.

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* ActionGirl -- ActionGirl: Mana, of the KickChick variety.
* AliensStealCable -- AliensStealCable: The King of Mari Land has a TV that receives programs from Earth. It causes him to make a lot of pop culture references.
* AloofBigBrother -- AloofBigBrother: Keiichi Hiiragi is a textbook example
* AmbiguouslyGay -- AmbiguouslyGay: the music tutor.
* AndNowForSomethingCompletelyDifferent -- AndNowForSomethingCompletelyDifferent: ''Sukkuri'' in general, which distills the formula of the previous series so that every episode is half-length. While the formula is similar, there are many inherent differences, such as how Kuromi doesn't actually use nightmare magic on other people this time.



* AntiVillain -- Baku.
* AwLookTheyReallyDoLoveEachOther -- Kakeru and Uta.

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* AntiVillain -- AntiVillain: Baku.
* AwLookTheyReallyDoLoveEachOther -- AwLookTheyReallyDoLoveEachOther: Kakeru and Uta.



* BalloonBelly -- Uta in Episode 26 of ''Sukkuri''
* BattleAura -- Parodied. "Baku-kun is on fire."
* BeachEpisode -- doubles as RecapEpisode
* BeautyIsBad -- Baku comes to realise that during his stint in the Hiiragi household.
* BeCarefulWhatYouWishFor -- Kuromi's magic can make your wish come true, but usually in a way that you never expect.

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* BalloonBelly -- BalloonBelly: Uta in Episode 26 of ''Sukkuri''
* BattleAura -- BattleAura: Parodied. "Baku-kun is on fire."
* BeachEpisode -- doubles BeachEpisode: Doubles as RecapEpisode
* BeautyIsBad -- BeautyIsBad: Baku comes to realise that during his stint in the Hiiragi household.
* BeCarefulWhatYouWishFor -- BeCarefulWhatYouWishFor: Kuromi's magic can make your wish come true, but usually in a way that you never expect.



* BettyAndVeronica -- for Uta, the plain, clumsy but faithful Kakeru is Betty; the unattainable bishonen Keiichi Hiiragi is Veronica.
* BigBad -- Spirit of the Dark Power
* {{Bishonen}} -- The Hiiragi brothers
* {{Breast Expansion}} -- One episode features a girl who uses magic to make her chest bigger by "stealing" size from other girls, including their [[GagBoobs incredibly buxom tennis teacher]]. But it backfires spectacularly on her when she gets, shall we say, greedy. HilarityEnsues.
* ButtMonkey -- Baku
* CantCatchUp -- Jun Hiiragi resents how his brother is better than him in every aspect.
* CatchPhrase -- "Onegai!" My Melody says this.
* CanonImmigrant / {{Cameo}} -- HelloKitty (Sadly, in the eyecatches) herself in Onegai My Melody and Kuru Kuru Shuffle and both [[{{Cinnamoroll}} Berry and Cherry]] in Kirara.
* TheChessmaster -- Spirit of the Dark Power
* ChristmasEpisode -- Santa lets Uta's dead mother visit the family as Koto's Christmas present.

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* BettyAndVeronica -- BettyAndVeronica: for Uta, the plain, clumsy but faithful Kakeru is Betty; the unattainable bishonen Keiichi Hiiragi is Veronica.
* BigBad -- BigBad: Spirit of the Dark Power
* {{Bishonen}} -- {{Bishonen}}: The Hiiragi brothers
* {{Breast Expansion}} -- BreastExpansion: One episode features a girl who uses magic to make her chest bigger by "stealing" size from other girls, including their [[GagBoobs incredibly buxom tennis teacher]]. But it backfires spectacularly on her when she gets, shall we say, greedy. HilarityEnsues.
* ButtMonkey -- ButtMonkey: Baku
* CantCatchUp -- CantCatchUp: Jun Hiiragi resents how his brother is better than him in every aspect.
* CatchPhrase -- CatchPhrase: "Onegai!" My Melody says this.
* CanonImmigrant / {{Cameo}} -- {{Cameo}: HelloKitty (Sadly, in the eyecatches) herself in Onegai My Melody and Kuru Kuru Shuffle and both [[{{Cinnamoroll}} Berry and Cherry]] in Kirara.
* TheChessmaster -- TheChessmaster: Spirit of the Dark Power
* ChristmasEpisode -- ChristmasEpisode: Santa lets Uta's dead mother visit the family as Koto's Christmas present.



* {{Cute Witch}} -- My Melody, with emphasis on the cute.

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* {{Cute Witch}} -- Witch}}: My Melody, with emphasis on the cute.



* DarkMagicalGirl -- Kuromi
* DartboardOfHate -- The only means through which Jun Hiiragi vents his resentments towards his brother.
* {{Delinquents}} -- Kuromi's 5.
* DemonicPossession -- The BigBad, Spirit of the Dark Power, has no physical form, and must possess other beings to further its goal.
* DisproportionateRetribution -- Arguably the root cause of the entire series. My Melo has apparently been accidentally embarrassing Kuromi for years, and messing up her life. She has done this literally thousands of times, and most of them are the result of My Melo trying to ''help'' Kuromi.
* TheDitz -- My Melody, and some inhabitants of Mari Land, in particular the elephant King.

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* DarkMagicalGirl -- DarkMagicalGirl: Kuromi
* DartboardOfHate -- DartboardOfHate: The only means through which Jun Hiiragi vents his resentments towards his brother.
* {{Delinquents}} -- {{Delinquents}}: Kuromi's 5.
* DemonicPossession -- DemonicPossession: The BigBad, Spirit of the Dark Power, has no physical form, and must possess other beings to further its goal.
* DisproportionateRetribution -- DisproportionateRetribution: Arguably the root cause of the entire series. My Melo has apparently been accidentally embarrassing Kuromi for years, and messing up her life. She has done this literally thousands of times, and most of them are the result of My Melo trying to ''help'' Kuromi.
* TheDitz -- TheDitz: My Melody, and some inhabitants of Mari Land, in particular the elephant King.



* DoubleStandardAbuseFemaleOnMale -- Kuromi to Baku.
* EasyAmnesia -- so that the magical shenanigans won't scar the fragile psyche of innocent bystanders.
** [[spoiler:At the end of ''Shuffle'', it stops working on the residents of Uta's hometown. In ''Sukkiri'', he doesn't even bother trying.]]
* EarWings -- Baku can extend his ears and use them to fly.
* ExpressiveShirt -- the skull on Kuromi's hat.
* {{Fanservice}} -- Kuromi's magic sequence features a shirtless Keiichi in Season 1; a Jun in a latex devil suit in Season 2.
** FanDisservice -- ... but in the Christmas episodes, it becomes a ''shirtless Santa Claus''
* ForgottenBirthday -- in a show full of teenage girls (and girlish bunnies), you pretty much expect this.
* GottaCatchEmAll -- Both My Melo and Kuromi are trying to collect a specific number of Pink and Black Notes respectively.
* GroinAttack -- In Episode 2, the MonsterOfTheWeek is defeated by having a mouse bite his crotch. The girls are rather amused, while the boys all [[ShareTheMalePain cringe]] and protest that it's no laughing matter.
* HonorAmongThieves -- Shows up just about every time Kuromi's 5 do.
* HostileShowTakeover -- Referenced when My Melo is about to be cooked by the MonsterOfTheWeek, and Kuromi exults that "Starting next week, 'Pretty Lil' Devil Girl Kuromi-chan' will air in this timeslot!"
* HowDoIShotWeb -- Kuromi loses the instruction manual for the Melody Key, and has to figure out how to work it.

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* DoubleStandardAbuseFemaleOnMale -- DoubleStandardAbuseFemaleOnMale: Kuromi to Baku.
* EasyAmnesia -- so EasyAmnesia: So that the magical shenanigans won't scar the fragile psyche of innocent bystanders.
**
bystanders. [[spoiler:At the end of ''Shuffle'', it stops working on the residents of Uta's hometown. In ''Sukkiri'', he doesn't even bother trying.]]
* EarWings -- EarWings: Baku can extend his ears and use them to fly.
* ExpressiveShirt -- the ExpressiveShirt: The skull on Kuromi's hat.
* {{Fanservice}} -- {{Fanservice}}: Kuromi's magic sequence features a shirtless Keiichi in Season 1; a Jun in a latex devil suit in Season 2.
** FanDisservice -- ... but * FanDisservice: ...But in the Christmas episodes, it becomes a ''shirtless Santa Claus''
* ForgottenBirthday -- ForgottenBirthday: in a show full of teenage girls (and girlish bunnies), you pretty much expect this.
* GottaCatchEmAll -- GottaCatchEmAll: Both My Melo and Kuromi are trying to collect a specific number of Pink and Black Notes respectively.
* GroinAttack -- GroinAttack: In Episode 2, the MonsterOfTheWeek is defeated by having a mouse bite his crotch. The girls are rather amused, while the boys all [[ShareTheMalePain cringe]] and protest that it's no laughing matter.
* HonorAmongThieves -- HonorAmongThieves: Shows up just about every time Kuromi's 5 do.
* HostileShowTakeover -- HostileShowTakeover: Referenced when My Melo is about to be cooked by the MonsterOfTheWeek, and Kuromi exults that "Starting next week, 'Pretty Lil' Devil Girl Kuromi-chan' will air in this timeslot!"
* HowDoIShotWeb -- HowDoIShotWeb: Kuromi loses the instruction manual for the Melody Key, and has to figure out how to work it.



* HurricaneOfPuns -- Any episode focusing on Uta's father.
* IAmNotWeasel -- Baku the tapir is constantly mistaken for an eggplant, since he's purple.
* IdiotBall -- Uta and My Melody seem to be tossing it back and forth.
* IncrediblyLamePun -- Uta's father is the master of these.

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* HurricaneOfPuns -- HurricaneOfPuns: Any episode focusing on Uta's father.
* IAmNotWeasel -- IAmNotWeasel: Baku the tapir is constantly mistaken for an eggplant, since he's purple.
purple. Sometimes, he's also mistaken for a flying pig.
* IdiotBall -- Uta and My Melody seem to be tossing it back and forth.
* IncrediblyLamePun --
IncrediblyLamePun: Uta's father is the master of these.



* TheJeeves -- the twin brother valets of the Hiiragi household.
* JerkWithAHeartOfGold -- Kakeru to Uta multiple times, and Mana to My Melody.
* JunglePrincess -- Mana's favorite movie follows this trope and Kuromi's nightmare magic inserts her into the main character role.
* JustifiedCriminal -- Kuromi steals bread to feed Baku's large family. She faces the punishment without the benefit of this justification.
* LeaningOnTheFourthWall -- all the time; the finale in Season one has a heart-warming BreakingTheFourthWall moment.
* LivingToys -- the Mari Land denizens may be sentient, but they are still dolls.
* LonelyAtTheTop -- Keiichi Hiiragi: dreamily handsome, incredibly rich, a world-class violinist, capable in the martial arts. He has no friends and no dreams.

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* TheJeeves -- TheJeeves: the twin brother valets of the Hiiragi household.
* JerkWithAHeartOfGold -- JerkWithAHeartOfGold: Kakeru to Uta multiple times, and Mana to My Melody.
* JunglePrincess -- JunglePrincess: Mana's favorite movie follows this trope and Kuromi's nightmare magic inserts her into the main character role.
* JustifiedCriminal -- JustifiedCriminal: Kuromi steals bread to feed Baku's large family. She faces the punishment without the benefit of this justification.
* LeaningOnTheFourthWall -- all LeaningOnTheFourthWall: All the time; the finale in Season one has a heart-warming BreakingTheFourthWall moment.
* LivingToys -- LimitedWardrobe: In one episode, we are shown a collection of My Melody's pink hoods. While My Melody does own a pair of red colored hoods, only the pink ones are seen in the anime.
* LivingToys: The
Mari Land denizens may be sentient, but they are still dolls.
* LonelyAtTheTop -- LonelyAtTheTop: Keiichi Hiiragi: dreamily handsome, incredibly rich, a world-class violinist, capable in the martial arts. He has no friends and no dreams.
* LoveConfession: [[spoiler:Kakeru finally spits it out to Uta in [=KuruKuru=] Shuffle Episode 41.]]



* {{Meido}} -- Natalie from ''Kirara''.

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* {{Meido}} -- {{Meido}}: Natalie from ''Kirara''.



* MagicalGirlQueenlinessTest -- The premise of Season 3.
* MagicMusic -- The magical doohickeys of My Melody and Kuromi require music to charge up.
* MassiveNumberedSiblings -- Baku's family.
* MidBattleTeaBreak -- [[RunningGag On occasion,]] My Melody literally has one.

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* MagicalGirlQueenlinessTest -- MagicalGirlQueenlinessTest: The premise of Season 3.
* MagicMusic -- MagicMusic: The magical doohickeys of My Melody and Kuromi require music to charge up.
* MassiveNumberedSiblings -- MassiveNumberedSiblings: Baku's family.
* MidBattleTeaBreak -- MidBattleTeaBreak: [[RunningGag On occasion,]] My Melody literally has one.



* MissingMom -- Uta's mother died long enough ago that Koto can't remember her, thus supplying an episode's worth of plot.
* MonsterOfTheWeek -- Kuromi's Melody Key turns people into these.
* MuggleBestFriend -- Uta to My Melo.
* MyGodWhatHaveIDone -- Kuromi does not realize her nightmare magic is bringing about the end of the world until late in the series.

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* MissingMom -- MissingMom: Uta's mother died long enough ago that Koto can't remember her, thus supplying an episode's worth of plot.
* MonsterOfTheWeek -- MonsterOfTheWeek: Kuromi's Melody Key turns people into these.
* MuggleBestFriend -- MuggleBestFriend: Uta to My Melo.
* MyGodWhatHaveIDone -- MyGodWhatHaveIDone: Kuromi does not realize her nightmare magic is bringing about the end of the world until late in the series.



* {{Nobody Poops}} -- Aversion: Kuromi has to go to the bathroom in episode 9 and has a hard time going poop.
* NeverBareheaded: My Melody is never seen withour wearing her pink hood. Even one episode had her putting on another pare of pink hoods when she is waking up. But only her hands and are visible when putting it on.bun
* NoSell -- Keiichi is resistant to Kuromi's magic through sheer willpower -- and through visualizing himself being kissed by Baku.

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* {{Nobody Poops}} -- NobodyPoops: Aversion: Kuromi has to go to the bathroom in episode 9 and has a hard time going poop.
* NeverBareheaded: My Melody is never seen withour without wearing her pink hood. Even one episode had her putting on another pare of pink hoods when she is waking up. But only her hands and are visible when putting it on.bun
on.
* NoSell -- NoSell: Keiichi is resistant to Kuromi's magic through sheer willpower -- and through visualizing himself being kissed by Baku.



* ObliviousToLove: Uta is totally oblivious to Kakeru's feelings. [[spoiler: Until he finally spits it out in KuruKuru Shuffle Episode 41.]]
* OddJobGods -- The God of Eggplants. He's an amazingly local god.
* TheOneGuy -- Kakeru Kogure, if you count just the main hero cast.

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* ObliviousToLove: Uta is totally oblivious to Kakeru's feelings. [[spoiler: Until he finally spits it out in KuruKuru [=KuruKuru=] Shuffle Episode 41.]]
* OddJobGods -- OddJobGods: The God of Eggplants. He's an amazingly local god.
* TheOneGuy -- TheOneGuy: Kakeru Kogure, if you count just the main hero cast.



* OneWingedAngel [[spoiler: Hiiragi Keichi gets one of these after he is possessed by the spirit of Dark Power near the end of the first series.]]

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* OneWingedAngel OneWingedAngel: [[spoiler: Hiiragi Keichi gets one of these after he is possessed by the spirit of Dark Power near the end of the first series.]]



* OriginStory -- The fourth series Kirara★ sets before the events of the three anime itself. Explaing more about Kuromi's hatred to My Melody and the origins of the spirit of Dark Power.
* {{Parasol Parachute}} -- Trasportation in Mary Land
* {{Parental Abandonment}} -- "Our mother [[MissingMom left us long ago]], and our [[DisappearedDad father's on a business trip]]," Uta's younger sister tells My Melody.

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* OriginStory -- OriginStory: The fourth series Kirara★ sets before the events of the three anime itself. Explaing more about Kuromi's hatred to My Melody and the origins of the spirit of Dark Power.
* {{Parasol Parachute}} -- ParasolParachute: Trasportation in Mary Land
* {{Parental Abandonment}} -- ParentalAbandonment: "Our mother [[MissingMom left us long ago]], and our [[DisappearedDad father's on a business trip]]," Uta's younger sister tells My Melody.



* {{Prequel}} -- ''Kirara''. It also takes place almost entirely in Mari Land.
* {{Prince Charmless}} -- Prince Sorara from ''Kirara''. While beautiful and popular with every girl on his home planet, Sorara's cocky, narcissistic, and cowardly. [[spoiler: Kuromi is hopelessly infatuated with him throughout the entire season, but eventually gives up on him on the last episode.]]
* PrimaDonnaDirector -- an obvious target for Kuromi.
* QuirkyMinibossSquad -- The wicked, hard-edged tricycle gang Kuromi's 5.
* RedStringOfFate -- Uta is linked to My Melody by one of these, non-romantically of course.
** Technically it's a rainbow-colored string, but [[EverythingsBetterWithRainbows that just makes it cooler]].
* RedundantRomanceAttempt -- Jun Hiiragi to Uta
* RefusalOfTheCall -- [[spoiler:This is Keiichi Hiiragi's whole shtick in the second series, being forced to become a super hero as penance for his actions in the first.]]
* RevengeBeforeReason -- Kuromi is motivated by the imagined slights and grievances, often very minor, she has suffered thanks to My Melody - she keeps a thick notebook on these. Given Melody is such a clueless [[TheDitz Ditz]], most of the grievances are better off laughed away.
* RidiculouslyCuteCritter -- My Melody and all the inhabitants of Mary Land. Not surprising since My Melody was created by [[{{Creator/Sanrio}} Sanrio]].
* RunningGag -- Baku's resemblance to an eggplant is commented on by several characters, much to his indignation.
* ShapeshiftingLover -- Kuromi assumes human form to romance Keiichi Hiiragi.
* SheIsNotMyGirlfriend -- Kakeru to Uta.
* ShelteredAristocrat -- Keiichi behaves awkwardly when Uta brings him to a greasy spoon; he even tries to pay the bill with a Black American Express Card.
* ShipperOnDeck -- basically every friend of Uta and Kakeru wants to ship them, including Jun Hiiragi, who has the hots for Uta himself.
* ShirtlessScene -- Whenever Kuromi opens a Dream Door in the first series, we see shots of Keiichi playing the violin while shirtless.

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* {{Prequel}} -- {{Prequel}}: ''Kirara''. It also takes place almost entirely in Mari Land.
* {{Prince Charmless}} -- Charmless}}: Prince Sorara from ''Kirara''. While beautiful and popular with every girl on his home planet, Sorara's cocky, narcissistic, and cowardly. [[spoiler: Kuromi is hopelessly infatuated with him throughout the entire season, but eventually gives up on him on the last episode.]]
* PrimaDonnaDirector -- an PrimaDonnaDirector: An obvious target for Kuromi.
* QuirkyMinibossSquad -- QuirkyMinibossSquad: The wicked, hard-edged tricycle gang Kuromi's 5.
* RedStringOfFate -- RedStringOfFate: Uta is linked to My Melody by one of these, non-romantically of course.
**
course. Technically it's a rainbow-colored string, but [[EverythingsBetterWithRainbows that just makes it cooler]].
* RedundantRomanceAttempt -- RedundantRomanceAttempt: Jun Hiiragi to Uta
Uta.
* RefusalOfTheCall -- RefusalOfTheCall: [[spoiler:This is Keiichi Hiiragi's whole shtick in the second series, being forced to become a super hero as penance for his actions in the first.]]
* RevengeBeforeReason -- RevengeBeforeReason: Kuromi is motivated by the imagined slights and grievances, often very minor, she has suffered thanks to My Melody - she keeps a thick notebook on these. Given Melody is such a clueless [[TheDitz Ditz]], most of the grievances are better off laughed away.
* RidiculouslyCuteCritter -- RidiculouslyCuteCritter: My Melody and all the inhabitants of Mary Land. Not surprising since My Melody was created by [[{{Creator/Sanrio}} Sanrio]].
* RunningGag -- RunningGag: Baku's resemblance to an eggplant is commented on by several characters, much to his indignation.
* ShapeshiftingLover -- ShapeshiftingLover: Kuromi assumes human form to romance Keiichi Hiiragi.
* SheIsNotMyGirlfriend -- SheIsNotMyGirlfriend: Kakeru to Uta.
* ShelteredAristocrat -- ShelteredAristocrat: Keiichi behaves awkwardly when Uta brings him to a greasy spoon; he even tries to pay the bill with a Black American Express Card.
* ShipperOnDeck -- basically ShipperOnDeck: Basically every friend of Uta and Kakeru wants to ship them, including Jun Hiiragi, who has the hots for Uta himself.
* ShirtlessScene -- ShirtlessScene: Whenever Kuromi opens a Dream Door in the first series, we see shots of Keiichi playing the violin while shirtless.



* ShoutOut -- When the King is sending My Melo off on her quest, he refers to her as "[[Franchise/SailorMoon Pretty Bunny Soldier]] My Melo" and "[[Anime/MaoChan Earth Defense Bunny]] My Melo." My Melo later remarks that the King had been watching a lot of Earth TV shows at the time.
* SiblingRivalry -- among Keiichi and Jun Hiiragi, and among their respective valets.
* SickeninglySweethearts -- one downright creepy, unnamed pair appear occasionally in the series. They always fall victim to Kuromi's mischief.
* StockFootage -- ''Kirara'' has a completely different animation style, but that doesn't stop them from reusing the shot of My Melo's "Onegai" from previous seasons anyway.
* TarotMotifs -- The cards in the Melody Compact in ''Shuffle'' feature the summonable residents of Mari Land in different tarot poses. Notable is Rhythm as "TheFool," the King as "The Hanged Man," and My Melo herself as "The Magician." A few are even minor arcana - Bako is the "Four of Swords" and SantaClaus the "Ace of Pentacles."

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* ShoutOut -- ShoutOut: When the King is sending My Melo off on her quest, he refers to her as "[[Franchise/SailorMoon Pretty Bunny Soldier]] My Melo" and "[[Anime/MaoChan Earth Defense Bunny]] My Melo." My Melo later remarks that the King had been watching a lot of Earth TV shows at the time.
* SiblingRivalry -- among SiblingRivalry: Among Keiichi and Jun Hiiragi, and among their respective valets.
* SickeninglySweethearts -- one SickeninglySweethearts: One downright creepy, unnamed pair appear occasionally in the series. They always fall victim to Kuromi's mischief.
* StockFootage -- StockFootage: ''Kirara'' has a completely different animation style, but that doesn't stop them from reusing the shot of My Melo's "Onegai" from previous seasons anyway.
* TarotMotifs -- TarotMotifs: The cards in the Melody Compact in ''Shuffle'' feature the summonable residents of Mari Land in different tarot poses. Notable is Rhythm as "TheFool," the King as "The Hanged Man," and My Melo herself as "The Magician." A few are even minor arcana - Bako is the "Four of Swords" and SantaClaus the "Ace of Pentacles."



* TooSpicyForYogSothoth -- Dar-chan can't possess My Melody.

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* TooSpicyForYogSothoth -- TooSpicyForYogSothoth: Dar-chan can't possess My Melody.



* {{Thinks like a Romance Novel}} -- Kuromi, often fading into fantasy sequences involving Keiichi (sometimes Jun) and in ''Kirara'', Sorara.
* {{Tsundere}} -- Kakeru.
* ATwinkleInTheSky -- Happens to Kuromi and Baku occasionally when they both get defeated.
* TwoTeacherSchool -- the only teachers who appear with any regularity are Uta's class teacher, the female teacher he has a secret crush on, and the flamboyantly fruity music tutor.
* UnderdogsNeverLose -- In at least four instances, a bottom-tier athlete/team wins against all the odds (The "Tiger" baseball team; a girl soccer team; a pro wrestler; and Kakeru)
* UndyingLoyalty -- Baku and Kuromi's 5, both to Kuromi.
* TheUnintelligible -- the lamb Piano, said to be the greatest poet ever.
* UnwittingPawn -- Kuromi, Jun in season 2.
* {{Urine Trouble}} -- Baku's baby sister Bako pees on Kuromi in one episode.
* VerbalTic -- Baku adds "zona" to the ends of all his sentences. The [[MonsterOfTheWeek Monsters Of The Week]] also sometimes have a VerbalTic relating to whatever their theme is.
** Why the Spirit of the Dark Power is known as "Dar-chan."
* VitriolicBestBuds -- Mana to My Melody, Kuromi to My Melody.
* [[WhyDidItHaveToBeSnakes Why Did It Have To Be Cute Things?]] -- Mana has a severe phobia to cute things, which puts her in some unpleasant situations with My Melody.
* {{Yandere}} -- Kuromi, for both Keiichi and quite possibly My Melody. In almost every episode, she says she will gather Black Notes for Keiichi, something that involves turning the dreams of the depressed, the hopeful, and the occasional kindergartner into horrific nightmares, and at the end of season 1 seems quite willing to let the world be destroyed if it means Keiichi will like her. The only reason she joins up with My Melo is to save him. As for My Melo, she apparently wanted to be friends with her when they where little, then made it her life's mission to destroy her. The judge of Mari Land even states that her obsession is one of the main reasons she's being locked up.
* YearInsideHourOutside -- {{Invoked}} in Season 1 finale, when My Melody needs a whole year of training to avert TheEndOfTheWorldAsWeKnowIt.
* {{You Gotta Have Blue Hair}} -- Every human character in the anime has a natural hair color (aside from the Hiiragi brothers and Mana) but Prince Sorara, who has seafoam colored hair. It could have to do with the fact that he's [[HumanAliens from outer space.]]
* LimitedWardrobe: In one episode, we are shown a collection of My Melody's pink hoods. While My Melody does own a pair of red colored hoods, only the pink ones are seen in the anime.

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* {{Thinks like a Romance Novel}} -- ThinksLikeARomanceNovel: Kuromi, often fading into fantasy sequences involving Keiichi (sometimes Jun) and in ''Kirara'', Sorara.
* {{Tsundere}} -- {{Tsundere}}: Kakeru.
* ATwinkleInTheSky -- ATwinkleInTheSky: Happens to Kuromi and Baku occasionally when they both get defeated.
* TwoTeacherSchool -- TwoTeacherSchool: the only teachers who appear with any regularity are Uta's class teacher, the female teacher he has a secret crush on, and the flamboyantly fruity music tutor.
* UnderdogsNeverLose -- UnderdogsNeverLose: In at least four instances, a bottom-tier athlete/team wins against all the odds (The "Tiger" baseball team; a girl soccer team; a pro wrestler; and Kakeru)
* UndyingLoyalty -- UndyingLoyalty: Baku and Kuromi's 5, both to Kuromi.
* TheUnintelligible -- TheUnintelligible: the lamb Piano, said to be the greatest poet ever.
* UnwittingPawn -- UnwittingPawn: Kuromi, Jun in season 2.
* {{Urine Trouble}} -- UrineTrouble: Baku's baby sister Bako pees on Kuromi in one episode.
* VerbalTic -- VerbalTic: Baku adds "zona" to the ends of all his sentences. The [[MonsterOfTheWeek Monsters Of The Week]] also sometimes have a VerbalTic relating to whatever their theme is.
** Why
is. This is why the Spirit of the Dark Power is known as "Dar-chan."
* VitriolicBestBuds -- VitriolicBestBuds: Mana to My Melody, Kuromi to My Melody.
* [[WhyDidItHaveToBeSnakes Why Did It Have To Be Cute Things?]] -- Things?]]: Mana has a severe phobia to cute things, which puts her in some unpleasant situations with My Melody.
* {{Yandere}} -- {{Yandere}}: Kuromi, for both Keiichi and quite possibly My Melody. In almost every episode, she says she will gather Black Notes for Keiichi, something that involves turning the dreams of the depressed, the hopeful, and the occasional kindergartner into horrific nightmares, and at the end of season 1 seems quite willing to let the world be destroyed if it means Keiichi will like her. The only reason she joins up with My Melo is to save him. As for My Melo, she apparently wanted to be friends with her when they where little, then made it her life's mission to destroy her. The judge of Mari Land even states that her obsession is one of the main reasons she's being locked up.
* YearInsideHourOutside -- YearInsideHourOutside: {{Invoked}} in Season 1 finale, when My Melody needs a whole year of training to avert TheEndOfTheWorldAsWeKnowIt.
* {{You Gotta Have Blue Hair}} -- YouGottaHaveBlueHair: Every human character in the anime has a natural hair color (aside from the Hiiragi brothers and Mana) but Prince Sorara, who has seafoam colored hair. It could have to do with the fact that he's [[HumanAliens from outer space.]]
* LimitedWardrobe: In one episode, we are shown a collection of My Melody's pink hoods. While My Melody does own a pair of red colored hoods, only the pink ones are seen in the anime.
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12th Nov '16 6:17:39 PM TacitTermite
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* ATwinkleInTheSky -- Happens to Kuromi and Baku occasionally when they both get defeated

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* ATwinkleInTheSky -- Happens to Kuromi and Baku occasionally when they both get defeateddefeated.
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* ATwinkleInTheSky -- Happens to Kuromi and Baku occasionally when they both get defeated
22nd Jul '16 12:38:57 PM Morgenthaler
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* DangerouslyGenreSavvy -- [[spoiler:When Hedgehog-kun, who is shown to be the one that [[EasyAmnesia restores normalcy]] after My Melo's battles, tries to roll back after Hiiragi starts playing the Song of the Dark Power, DAR-chan zaps him. He doesn't recover until after the world's been saved.]]
** [[spoiler:DAR-chan gets even more savvy the second time around.]]
** Hiraagi Keiichi in general.
18th Jul '16 6:47:59 PM valar55
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As each season of the series progresses, newer tasks fall to My Melody and her friends. In ~Kuru Kuru Shuffle!~, My Melody must collect Pink Notes while Kuromi must collect the Black Notes so they can fulfill their wishes. In Sukkiri♪, both My Melody and Kuromi are [[MagicalGirlQueenlinessTest candidates to become the new Princess]] of Mary Land. Kirara★ however is a prequel story, taking place before the events of the three anime series. This series revolves around Kirara collecting the missing pieces of the Wishing Star so that she can return to the human world.

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As each season of the series progresses, newer tasks fall to My Melody and her friends. In ~Kuru Kuru Shuffle!~, My Melody must collect Pink Notes while Kuromi must collect the Black Notes so they can fulfill their wishes. In Sukkiri♪, both My Melody and Kuromi are [[MagicalGirlQueenlinessTest candidates to become the new Princess]] of Mary Mari Land. Kirara★ however is a prequel story, taking place before the events of the three anime series. This series revolves around Kirara collecting the missing pieces of the Wishing Star so that she can return to the human world.
11th Jun '16 3:57:44 PM Monolaf317
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* JerkWithAHeartOfGold -- Kakeru to Uta multiple times.
** How about Mana to My Melody?

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* JerkWithAHeartOfGold -- Kakeru to Uta multiple times.
** How about
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* OpeningTheFloodgates: A variant; in Episode 50, when Uta opens the door to her house, a flood of crumpled papers pour out and bury her.



* SheIsNotMyGirlfriend -- Kakeru to Uta

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* SheIsNotMyGirlfriend -- Kakeru to UtaUta.



* {{Toilet Humor}} -- Kuromi is a big fan of it.

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* {{Toilet Humor}} -- Toilet Humor: Kuromi is a big fan of it.
28th May '16 5:58:09 PM brb1006
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* BunniesForCuteness: My Melody and the rest of her family are all cute bunnies.


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* NeverBareheaded: My Melody is never seen withour wearing her pink hood. Even one episode had her putting on another pare of pink hoods when she is waking up. But only her hands and are visible when putting it on.bun


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* LimitedWardrobe: In one episode, we are shown a collection of My Melody's pink hoods. While My Melody does own a pair of red colored hoods, only the pink ones are seen in the anime.
7th May '16 7:01:22 AM Monolaf317
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* MilestoneCelebration: The anime series debuted in 2005, the same year the titular character celebrated her 30th anniversary.
17th Jan '16 2:11:45 PM Monolaf317
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* ObliviousToLove: Uta is totally oblivious to Kakeru's feelings. [[spoiler: Until he finally spits it out in KuruKuru Shuffle Episode 41.]]
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