History Characters / StrawberryShortcake

21st Apr '17 4:25:44 PM Golondrina
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-->Voiced by: Diana [=McCannon=] (1981); CreeSummer (1984); Dejare Barfield (2003-2009); Janyse Jaud (2009-present)

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-->Voiced by: Diana [=McCannon=] (1981); CreeSummer Creator/CreeSummer (1984); Dejare Barfield (2003-2009); Janyse Jaud (2009-present)
15th Feb '17 8:42:38 PM malias
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* BrownEyes: In her 2003 incarnation.
17th Jan '17 2:02:04 PM Xtifr
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-->Voiced by NicoleOliver

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-->Voiced by NicoleOliver
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5th Dec '16 5:00:48 PM watchfullkittycat32
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** TomboyWithAGirlyStreak: She has no problem wearing a dress or having tea parties.
28th Oct '16 9:56:57 AM Sapphirea2
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* TalkingAnimal: Only in the 2003 version.
* {{Tsundere}}: a bit of tsun-tsun in the early episodes towards pupcake in the 2003 series.

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* TalkingAnimal: Only Is only this on a regular basis in the 2003 version.
version. She does speak to Souffle the Skunk in one scene of 1982's ''Pets on Parade''.
* {{Tsundere}}: a A bit of tsun-tsun in the early episodes towards pupcake Pupcake in the 2003 series.



The only recurring male character of the series, the original 1980's version had him live down the road from where Strawberry lives, and enjoyed fishing. His 2003 version had skateboarding as his main hobby, lives in a tree fort in Huckleberry Briar and often used his skateboard to get around Strawberryland. His pet was Pupcake in the 1980's series, but since 2003, has Shoofly frog as his pet. After two seasons of being absent, he shows up again in the 2009 series working a dog rescue and keeps a hound for himself and names him Tom Tom (Originally named Biscuit).

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The only recurring male character of the series, the original 1980's 1980s version had him live down the road from where Strawberry lives, and enjoyed fishing. His 2003 version had skateboarding as his main hobby, lives in a tree fort in Huckleberry Briar and often used his skateboard to get around Strawberryland. His pet was Pupcake in the 1980's series, but since 2003, has Shoofly frog as his pet. After two seasons of being absent, he shows up again in the 2009 series working a dog rescue and keeps a hound for himself and names him Tom Tom (Originally named Biscuit).



Strawberry first meets her in "Pets on Parade" in the 1980s specials, where she gets a pet skunk named Souffle Skunk. She's also known for being very polite. In the 2003 version, she's a cake decorator who lives on Cakewalk though she tends to be a perfectionist at times. Her pet in this version is a lamb known as Vanilla Icing.

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Strawberry first meets her in "Pets ''Pets on Parade" Parade'' in the 1980s specials, where she gets she's new to Strawberryland and the only kid who doesn't have a pet pet. She ends up adopting a skunk named Souffle Skunk.she names Souffle. She's also known for being very polite. In the 2003 version, she's a cake decorator who lives on Cakewalk though Cakewalk; she tends to be a perfectionist at times. Her pet in this version is a lamb known as Vanilla Icing.



* ChuckCunninghamSyndrome: She was one of the casualties of Hasbro's ''"healthy snacks"'' policy that was in place for the 2009 reboot- despite being one of the core characters in the past iterations of the show, she's not coming back in the 2009 reboot as far as Hasbro's concerned.

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* ChuckCunninghamSyndrome: She was one of the casualties of Hasbro's ''"healthy snacks"'' policy that was in place for the 2009 reboot- reboot -- despite being one of the core characters in the past iterations of the show, she's not coming back in the 2009 reboot as far as Hasbro's concerned.



* HairOfGoldHeartOfGold: In the 2003 series for the first 3 seasons. Subverted, in season 4 due to her change in personality.

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* HairOfGoldHeartOfGold: In the 2003 series for the first 3 three seasons. Subverted, in season Season 4 due to her change in personality.



* SweetTooth: Her 1980's version had a weakness for sweets.

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* SweetTooth: Her 1980's version had 1980s incarnation has a weakness for sweets.sweets. In fact, in ''Pets on Parade'' she claims to be on a diet...it's just that when her mind is preoccupied with something else calories don't affect her (she says), so she can still have sweets ''then''.



A major recurring character. In the 1980s series, she lives in Big Apple City when Strawberry came to visit her. Her 2003 version lives in Orange Blossom Acres and lives in an orange tree. She appears in Berry Bitty Adventures where she manages the Orange Mart general store. She has a pet butterfly named Marmalade in the first two series, but adopts a Cocker Spaniel she names Marmalade in Season three of Berry Bitty Adventures.

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A major recurring character. In the 1980s series, she series she's a painter who initially lives in Big Apple City when City, but she and her other friends in Spinach Village decide to move to Strawberryland once they've befriended and helped Strawberry came to visit her.Shortcake win the bake-off. Her 2003 version lives in Orange Blossom Acres and lives in an orange tree. She appears in Berry Bitty Adventures where she manages the Orange Mart general store. She has a pet butterfly named Marmalade in the first two series, but adopts a Cocker Spaniel she names Marmalade in Season three of Berry Bitty Adventures.



* UsefulNotes/AmericanAccents: Her 1980's version had a southern accent.

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* UsefulNotes/AmericanAccents: Her 1980's 1980s version had a southern accent.



One of the many baby characters to appear in the series. She's smaller and less independent than the others, but is capable of taking care of herself when the situation desires. She becomes Strawberry's younger sister in the 2003 series. Her pet in the 1980s series is Tea Time Turtle and Apple Duckling in the 2003 series.

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One First of the many baby characters to appear in the series. She's smaller and less independent than the others, but is capable of taking care of herself when the situation desires. She becomes Strawberry's younger sister in the 2003 series. Her pet in the 1980s series is Tea Time Turtle and Apple Duckling in the 2003 series.



* AddedAlliterativeAppeal: Her pet in the 1980's series.

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* AddedAlliterativeAppeal: Her pet in the 1980's 1980s series.



* HiddenDepths: She has good penmanship in the 80's specials.

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* HiddenDepths: She has good penmanship in the 80's 1980s specials.



True to her name, she has a mean streak, but eventually becomes nicer as the series progressed. Her pet is a monkey named Rhubarb in this version. She returns in the 2003 series as a tomboy and is very brash, but not to the extent of Peppermint Fizz, and has a close friend in Lemon Meringue. Her pet has the same name Rhubarb, but this time it's a raccoon. In the 2009 series, she runs the Fresh Fashion's Boutique where she designs, makes and sells her own merchandise, though she tends to be competitive when it comes to fashion with Lemon Meringue. She adopts a Chihuahua and names it Chiffon in season 3.

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True to her name, she has a mean streak, but eventually becomes nicer as the 1980s series progressed. progresses. Her pet is a monkey named Rhubarb in this version.Rhubarb. She returns in the 2003 series as a tomboy and is very brash, but not to the extent of Peppermint Fizz, and has a close friend in Lemon Meringue. Her pet has the same name Rhubarb, but this time it's a raccoon. In the 2009 series, she runs the Fresh Fashion's Boutique where she designs, makes and sells her own merchandise, though she tends to be competitive when it comes to fashion with Lemon Meringue. She adopts a Chihuahua and names it Chiffon in season 3.



While this character has been around since the beginning, he first appeared as a boy, disappeared, then came back as a girl. She's really intelligent and has a pet owl named Elderberry in the 1980's version. She returns in the 2003 version, but she comes off a clumsy sometimes. She returns as a main character in the 2009 version with her clumsiness gone but her intelligence intact. However, she now runs a The Sweet Steps Studio, a dance studio in Berry Bitty City. She adopts a German Shepard puppy and names her Pitterpatch in season 3.

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While this character has been around since the beginning, he first appeared as a boy, disappeared, then came back as a girl. She's really intelligent and has a pet owl named Elderberry in the 1980's 1980s version. She returns in the 2003 version, but she comes off a as clumsy sometimes. She returns as a main character in the 2009 version with her clumsiness gone but her intelligence intact. However, she now runs a The Sweet Steps Studio, a dance studio in Berry Bitty City. She adopts a German Shepard puppy and names her Pitterpatch in season 3.



In the 1980's series, she comes from Big Apple city, the same place as Orange Blossom, and is a famous model there. She has a pet frog named Frappé. The 2003 version has her running a beauty salon in Lemon Lane and her pet in that version is now a skunk named Sourball. She personality remains unchanged in Berry Bitty Adventures, and in season 3, she adopts American Cocker Spaniel named Henna.

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In the 1980's 1980s series, she comes from Big Apple city, City, the same place as Orange Blossom, and is a famous model there. She has a pet frog named Frappé. The 2003 version has her running a beauty salon in Lemon Lane and her pet in that version is now a skunk named Sourball. She personality remains unchanged in Berry Bitty Adventures, and in season 3, she adopts American Cocker Spaniel named Henna.



One of the many international friends Strawberry Shortcake met in the 1983 special. She lives in China Cup and is said to have PsychicPowers to see into the future. She has a pet named Marza Panda who does the same thing, but in reverse with flashbacks. When she returned in the 2003 series, her home was changed to the Plum Blossom Province near the Great Wall of Chocolate, and her name was changed to Tea Blossom.

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One of the many international friends Strawberry Shortcake met in the 1983 special.special ''Strawberry Shortcake's Housewarming Surprise''. She lives in China Cup and is said to have PsychicPowers to see into the future. She has a pet named Marza Panda who does the same thing, thing -- but in reverse reverse, with flashbacks. When she returned in the 2003 series, her home was changed to the Plum Blossom Province near the Great Wall of Chocolate, and her name was changed to Tea Blossom.



The narrator in the 1980's specials who keeps a watchful eye over the residents of Strawberryland.

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The narrator in the 1980's specials 1980s specials, who keeps a watchful eye over the residents of Strawberryland.



The main villain of the series. In the original 1980's specials, he's known for having an "evil conscience", and having berry birds which steal berries. He returns in the 2003 series as Sour Grapes brother.

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The main villain of the series. In the original 1980's 1980s specials, he's known for having an "evil conscience", and having berry birds Berry Birds which steal berries. He returns in the 2003 series as Sour Grapes Grapes' brother.



* BreakoutVillain: In the original 1980's series.
* CharacterTic: In the 1980's version, he does a tap dance while going "Yah-tah-tah-tah-tah-tah-tah-tah, tah-tah-tah-tah! Cha!"
* HeelFaceRevolvingDoor
* LethalChef: This is a big plot point in ''Big Apple City'', in which he and Strawberry are pitted against each other in a Bake-Off -- since he knows he can't ''honestly'' win, he comes up with plan after plan to keep things from getting to that point.
* LiteralMinded: With the exception of the three examples listed below, it's usually subtle. It's also not consistent, so while it is used for humor and/or drama of plot when it does occur, his literal mindedness was realistically written.
** Is a chocolate mousse a moose? Do berries actually grow right before ones eyes in Strawberryland? Is literally stealing dreams a logical course of action?
* RevengeBeforeReason: Purple Pieman never had dreams. For this, and for his literal thinking causing him to actually try to literally snatch Strawberry Shortcake's dream away from her, he storms the Land of Dreams, deceives its inhabitants, basically boots out the Sandman, takes over the dream factory, holds the main Dream Builder hostage ''in a cage dangling over a black hole'' to blackmail the other dream factory workers, announces that dreams will no longer be shipped out, and ''then'' mentions that he never dreamed. After all of this, he continues ruining everything for the Land of Dreams, but he sure finished up a lot of revenge before explaining himself.

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* BreakoutVillain: In the original 1980's 1980s series.
* CharacterTic: In the 1980's 1980s version, he does a tap dance while going "Yah-tah-tah-tah-tah-tah-tah-tah, tah-tah-tah-tah! Cha!"
* HeelFaceRevolvingDoor
HeelFaceRevolvingDoor: Actually agreed to become a good guy at the end of the first special when Strawberry and her friends extended their friendship to him after they'd defeated him, but by the time of the second his "evil conscience" causes him to return to villainy.
* LethalChef: This is a big plot point in ''Big Apple City'', in which he and Strawberry are pitted against each other in a the Bake-Off -- since he knows he can't ''honestly'' win, he comes up with plan after plan to keep things from getting to that point.
* LiteralMinded: With the exception of the three examples listed below, it's usually subtle. It's also not consistent, so while it is used for humor and/or drama of plot when it does occur, his literal mindedness literal-mindedness was realistically written.
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written. (Is a chocolate mousse a moose? Do berries actually grow right before ones one's eyes in Strawberryland? Is literally stealing dreams a logical course of action?
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* RevengeBeforeReason: In his second generation incarnation, Purple Pieman never had dreams. For this, and for his literal thinking causing him to actually try to literally snatch Strawberry Shortcake's dream away from her, he storms the Land of Dreams, deceives its inhabitants, basically boots out the Sandman, takes over the dream factory, holds the main Dream Builder hostage ''in a cage dangling over a black hole'' to blackmail the other dream factory workers, announces that dreams will no longer be shipped out, and ''then'' mentions that he never dreamed. After all of this, he continues ruining everything for the Land of Dreams, but he sure finished up a lot of revenge before explaining himself.



* VerbalTic: When the Pie Man mentions himself, he always says it as dramatically as possible, then follows with a quick song and dance. According to the movie he even includes this ''in his signature''.

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* VerbalTic: When the Pie Man mentions himself, he always says it as dramatically as possible, then follows with a quick song and dance. According to the movie ''The Sweet Dreams Movie'' he even includes this ''in his signature''.



* WeaksauceWeakness: In the 1980's specials, berry talk.

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* WeaksauceWeakness: In the 1980's 1980s specials, berry talk.talk, which undoes his plans in two specials in a row.
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* {{Red Headed Hero}}ine
29th Mar '16 5:51:46 PM watchfullkittycat32
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* GirlinessUpgrade: Zig-zagged. Her first design had a round cupcake country-cottage look, then she became a cute tomboy in the 2003 series then became slightly more feminine looking in her 2007 redesign, and the 2009 series has her as a long haired strawberry blond girly-girl.
* GirlyGirl: In the 1980s and 2009 versions.


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* TomboyWithAGirlyStreak: In the 2003 series. She has a more gender-neutral outfit and is great at playing sports and doing other boyish things. However, she also enjoys playing dress-up, having tea parties, and other feminine things. She also becomes sightly more feminine in her 2007 design.
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* TheReasonYouSuckSpeech: She gives out a few of these to Strawberry in "The Costume Party" expressing her thoughts of Rainbow Sherbert being different.
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* AntiHero

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* AntiHeroAntiHero: She serves as one in her introductory episodes. She drops this after her redesign.
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-->Voiced by Rebecca Noodle (2003-2009)

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-->Voiced by Rebecca Noodle Noddle (2003-2009)



* FiveStagesOfGrief: She hits all five stages throughout "The Costume Party" in accordance to her negative reaction toward Rainbow Sherbert - She is unwelcome towards her arrival in Strawberryland (denial), repeatedly lashes out at everyone because she's not like them (anger), her words hurt Rainbow and she considers moving away (bargaining), she attends a costume party held by Strawberry where everything's the same and breaks down when she doesn't get what she wants (depression), and apologizes to Rainbow and finally accepts her as a friend, even though she's different (acceptance).



* NoIndoorVoice: Tends to have this when she gets mad.




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* TomboyishPonytail: She gains this in her 2008 redesign.
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