History Characters / LittlestPetShop2012

19th May '18 5:21:18 AM MarkLungo
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* DoingItForTheArt: Due to her freespirited personality, she paints largely for fun and gets frustrated when others try to compromise and mold her into something she's not.

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* DoingItForTheArt: InvokedTrope. Due to her freespirited free-spirited personality, she paints largely for fun and gets frustrated when others try to compromise and mold her into something she's not.
19th May '18 5:18:16 AM MarkLungo
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** In "Paint a Picture, It Lasts Longer", she can also replicated the styles of famous painters. But they're just not her.

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** In "Paint a Picture, It Lasts Longer", she can also replicated replicate the styles of famous painters. But they're just not her.
19th May '18 2:50:02 AM TitoMosquito
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* HiddenDepths: "Go Figure!" shows she ''can'' stay still if she's focused.

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* HiddenDepths: HiddenDepths:
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"Go Figure!" shows that she ''can'' stay still to meditate if she's focused.focused.
** In "Paint a Picture, It Lasts Longer", she can also replicated the styles of famous painters. But they're just not her.
16th Apr '18 12:29:36 PM Isaac_Heller
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* FriendlyEnemy: The show's promos even call them Blythe's "freaky frenemies".

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* FriendlyEnemy: The show's promos even call them Blythe's "freaky frenemies". This trope is especially in effect in the fourth season, where the majority of their appearances are non-antagonistic and several have them as even outright helpful toward Blythe.
18th Mar '18 4:42:19 AM elenaisabel722
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* RomanticTwoGirlFriendship: With Youngmee. Of her friends, she's the one with the most heartfelt moments, and who she spends the most time with.



* DemotedToExtra: In the series finale, they make a silent cameo despite being the StarterVillain to the whole series.

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* DemotedToExtra: In the series finale, they make a silent cameo despite being the StarterVillain to the whole series. Presumably, they would've gotten a bigger role if season 5 was made.


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* RomanticTwoGirlFriendship: With Blythe. She has the most heartfelt moments with her, and spends the most time with her
12th Mar '18 11:37:36 AM Isaac_Heller
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* [[SpoiledBrat Spoiled Brats]]: While their father is a somewhat decent, if amoral person and is trying to teach them a degree of morals and business ethics, they're too caught up in their luxury (and flaunting it) to really pay attention. When they're forced into a business venture, they put the barest minimum of work into it (i.e: no quality control, using shoddy products, etc). The only time they really seem to want to work at anything is only if it inconveniences Blythe. This is especially telling when we finally meet their mother and she's ''nothing'' like her daughters (i.e kind and sweet), meaning they take way too much after their father.

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* [[SpoiledBrat Spoiled Brats]]: While their father is a somewhat decent, if amoral person and is trying to teach them a degree of morals and business ethics, they're too caught up in their luxury (and flaunting it) to really pay attention. When they're forced into a business venture, they put the barest minimum of work into it (i.e: no quality control, using shoddy products, etc). The only time they really seem to want to work at anything is only if it inconveniences Blythe. This is especially telling when we finally meet their mother and she's ''nothing'' like her daughters (i.e kind and sweet), meaning they take way too much after their father.father, something he woefully lampshades in "Two Peas in a Podcast".



* {{Tsundere}}: Toward Blythe, on occasion. The ending of "Snipmates" is one of the best examples.



** Fisher sings one in "A Night At The Pawza" teaching his daughters what it truly means to be a Corrupt Corporate Executive. He uses lines like "Embrace your inner villainy" and "Do not let your conscience make you nice".

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** Fisher sings one in "A Night At The Pawza" teaching his daughters what it truly means to be a Corrupt Corporate Executive.CorruptCorporateExecutive. He uses lines like "Embrace your inner villainy" and "Do not let your conscience make you nice".



* DarkShepherd: A villainous example. He repeatedly creates {{Secret Test}}s for his daughters in a constant effort to turn them into better people. [[StatusQuoIsGod It never works.]]
* EveryoneHasStandards: He's usually against his daughters' bullying behavior.

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* DarkShepherd: A villainous example. He repeatedly creates {{Secret Test}}s for his daughters in a constant effort to turn them into better people.people, since he would rather they not grow up like him. [[StatusQuoIsGod It never works.]]
* EveryoneHasStandards: He's usually against his daughters' bullying behavior.bad behavior. He even brings up in "Two Peas in a Podcast" that they remind him of himself at that age...and that he was ''insufferable'' at that age and thus wants his daughters to be better than that.
18th Jan '18 7:51:46 PM Isaac_Heller
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* PetTheDog: They clearly love each other, their father, mother and grandmother, and on occasion are even friendly with Blythe. "Senior Day" probably shows this the most.
14th Jan '18 9:34:26 AM Isaac_Heller
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* JerkWithAHeartOfGold: He, of all people, actually ''knows'' that Christmas is about kindness.

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* JerkWithAHeartOfGold: He knows he's a bad guy but wants better for his daughters, and is always trying to encourage them to improve their behavior.
* PetTheDog:
He, of all people, actually ''knows'' that Christmas is about kindness.kindness, and for all his corporate villainy the rest of the year, he makes it a point to be charitable to the less fortunate at Christmas time.
4th Jan '18 1:23:25 PM MarkLungo
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* DarkShepherd: A villainous example. He repeatedly creates {{Secret Test}}s for his daughters in a constant effort to turn them into better people. [[StatusQuoIsGod It never worsks.]]

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* DarkShepherd: A villainous example. He repeatedly creates {{Secret Test}}s for his daughters in a constant effort to turn them into better people. [[StatusQuoIsGod It never worsks.works.]]
4th Jan '18 1:21:36 PM MarkLungo
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* DarkShepherd: A villainous example. He repeatedly creates {{Secret Test}}s for his daughters in a constant effort to turn them into better people. [[StatusQuoIsGod It never worsks.]]
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