History Literature / PippiLongstocking

17th Aug '16 7:35:31 PM Ryan37352
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*** Past incarnations of Bengt were usually just limited to annoying, making fun of, and bothering potential bully victims, but the 1997!Bengt is not above taking/breaking other kids' stuff (e.g. a kid's basketball in episode 1, Willie's glasses and Anna's backpack in episode 16, and a piece of blubber that Willie brought to show to the class in episode 19), or being a sore loser and planning a sabotage against Pippi during a ski race (e.g. giving tips for the already {{Jerkass}} registrant who thinks little girls can't ski and refuses to register Pippi into the race, to delay Pippi, and when that fails, he resorts to attempting to bury Pippi in an avalanche).

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*** Past incarnations of Bengt were usually just limited to annoying, making fun of, and bothering potential bully victims, but the 1997!Bengt is not above taking/breaking other kids' stuff (e.g. a kid's basketball in episode 1, Willie's glasses and Anna's backpack in episode 16, and a piece of blubber that Willie brought to show to the class in episode 19), or being a sore loser and planning a sabotage against Pippi during a ski race (e.g. giving tips for the already {{Jerkass}} registrant registrar who thinks little girls can't ski and refuses to register Pippi into the race, to delay Pippi, and when that fails, he resorts to attempting to bury Pippi in an avalanche).
15th Aug '16 6:58:24 PM Ryan37352
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* SurroundedByIdiots: Generally every adults feel this towards Kling and Klang in the 1997 film and animated series, with the most prominent being Mrs. Prysselius.
13th Aug '16 1:30:32 AM Ryan37352
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*** Past incarnations of Bengt were usually just limited to annoying, making fun of, and bothering potential bully victims, but the 1997!Bengt is not above taking/breaking other kids' stuff (e.g. a kid's basketball in episode 1, Willie's glasses and Anna's backpack in episode 16, and a piece of blubber that Willie brought to show to the class in episode 19), or being a sore loser and planning a sabotage against Pippi during a ski race (e.g. giving tips for the already {{Jerkass}} entry man who thinks little girls can't ski, to humiliate/delay Pippi, and even resorting to bury Pippi in an avalanche).

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*** Past incarnations of Bengt were usually just limited to annoying, making fun of, and bothering potential bully victims, but the 1997!Bengt is not above taking/breaking other kids' stuff (e.g. a kid's basketball in episode 1, Willie's glasses and Anna's backpack in episode 16, and a piece of blubber that Willie brought to show to the class in episode 19), or being a sore loser and planning a sabotage against Pippi during a ski race (e.g. giving tips for the already {{Jerkass}} entry man registrant who thinks little girls can't ski, ski and refuses to humiliate/delay register Pippi into the race, to delay Pippi, and even resorting when that fails, he resorts to attempting to bury Pippi in an avalanche).
6th Aug '16 7:13:38 PM Ryan37352
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*** Past incarnations of Bengt were usually just limited to annoying, making fun of, and bothering potential bully victims, but the 1997!Bengt is not above taking/breaking other kids' stuff (e.g. a kid's basketball in episode 1, Willie's glasses and Anna's backpack in episode 16, and a piece of blubber that Willie brought to show to the class in episode 19), or being a sore loser and planning a sabotage against Pippi during a ski race (e.g. giving tips for the already Jerkass entry man who thinks little girls can't ski, to humiliate/delay Pippi, and even resorting to bury Pippi in an avalanche).

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*** Past incarnations of Bengt were usually just limited to annoying, making fun of, and bothering potential bully victims, but the 1997!Bengt is not above taking/breaking other kids' stuff (e.g. a kid's basketball in episode 1, Willie's glasses and Anna's backpack in episode 16, and a piece of blubber that Willie brought to show to the class in episode 19), or being a sore loser and planning a sabotage against Pippi during a ski race (e.g. giving tips for the already Jerkass {{Jerkass}} entry man who thinks little girls can't ski, to humiliate/delay Pippi, and even resorting to bury Pippi in an avalanche).
5th Aug '16 3:24:30 PM Ryan37352
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** Played with for Bengt the bully in the 1997 TV series, Bengt may already be a bully, but in the animated TV series, he's a worse of a bully than his past incarnations were.
*** Past incarnations of Bengt were usually just limited to annoying, making fun of, and bothering potential bully victims, but the 1997!Bengt is not above taking/breaking other kids' stuff (e.g. a kid's basketball in episode 1, Willie's glasses and Anna's backpack in episode 16, and a piece of blubber that Willie brought to show to the class in episode 19), or being a sore loser and planning a sabotage against Pippi during a ski race (e.g. giving tips for the already Jerkass entry man who thinks little girls can't ski, to humiliate/delay Pippi, and even resorting to bury Pippi in an avalanche).
29th Jul '16 5:26:24 PM Ryan37352
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* AscendedExtra: The two burglars, Blom and Dunder-Karlsson, only appear in one chapter in the original books, but go on to become major recourring characters in the 1969 TV series and later adaptations. Likewise, Kling and Klang, the two police officers were nameless minor characters in the books and got names and larger roles in the TV series.

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* AscendedExtra: The two burglars, Blom and Dunder-Karlsson, only appear in one chapter in the original books, but go on to become major recourring recurring characters in the 1969 TV series and later adaptations. Likewise, Kling and Klang, the two police officers were nameless minor characters in the books and got names and larger roles in the TV series.
23rd Jul '16 10:25:51 PM Ryan37352
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* TheCloudcuckoolanderWasRight: Pippi about his father.

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* TheCloudcuckoolanderWasRight: Pippi about his her father.
13th Jul '16 2:01:00 AM Morgenthaler
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* RedHeadedHero: Pippi, of course.
30th May '16 6:36:06 AM TheOneWhoTropes
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* SeinfeldianConversation: Despite certain {{Seinfeld}} characters having no idea who she is and think she's got something to do with Hitler, she actually provided examples of this trope long before any of them were ever on TV.

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* SeinfeldianConversation: Despite certain {{Seinfeld}} Series/{{Seinfeld}} characters having no idea who she is and think she's got something to do with Hitler, she actually provided examples of this trope long before any of them were ever on TV.
13th Apr '16 3:04:42 AM Baeraad555
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** Ephraim has SuperStrength of his own, but is still only as strong (and perhaps even a little bit weaker) than Pippi despite being physically larger than her.
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