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28th Jul '16 9:10:23 AM Pichu-kun
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* ''Disney/{{Frozen}}'' does a costume-specific variation of this trope. After Elsa runs away, she realize she no longer has to hide her powers, so she does things like swap her [[PimpedOutDress proper coronation dress]] for [[AnIceSuit a slinky dress]] (through GorgeousGarmentGeneration), which she does a SexyWalk in.



** The upcoming ''Series/{{Riverdale}}'' is certainly HotterAndSexier than the normally PG ''Franchise/ArchieComics''. In the comics everyone is either [[ChastityCouple canonically celibate]] or never mentioned. The show has Archie [[HotForTeacher sleeping with his teacher]], Kevin using Grindr, and Veronica liking Archie because she has never bedded a redhead before. Mind you, these characters are ''younger'' than their comic versions (16 instead of 17).

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** The upcoming ''Series/{{Riverdale}}'' is certainly HotterAndSexier than the normally PG ''Franchise/ArchieComics''. In the comics everyone is either [[ChastityCouple canonically celibate]] or never mentioned. The show has Archie [[HotForTeacher [[TeacherStudentRomance sleeping with his teacher]], Kevin using Grindr, and Veronica liking Archie because she has never bedded a redhead before. Mind you, these characters are ''younger'' than their comic versions (16 instead of 17).



* DemiLovato's song "Cool for the Summer" and [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=il9nqWw9W3Y the accompanying music video]] represent a pretty marked upping of the sexuality in her music and image.

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* DemiLovato's Music/DemiLovato's song "Cool for the Summer" and [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=il9nqWw9W3Y the accompanying music video]] represent a pretty marked upping of the sexuality in her music and image.



* They've actually done this to Princess Peach (Daisy too) in some of the Nintendo sports titles, including ''VideoGame/SuperMarioStrikers'' and ''VideoGame/MarioSuperSluggers''. In these games, both Princesses sport athletic outfits with short-shorts, and in one case, a crop top.

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* They've actually done this to Princess Peach (Daisy too) and Princess Daisy in some of the Nintendo sports titles, including ''VideoGame/SuperMarioStrikers'' and ''VideoGame/MarioSuperSluggers''. In these games, both Princesses sport athletic outfits with short-shorts, and in one case, a crop top.



* ''{{Disney/Frozen}}'' does a costume-specific variation of this trope. After Elsa runs away, she realize she no longer has to hide her powers, so she does things like swap her [[PimpedOutDress proper coronation dress]] for [[AnIceSuit a slinky dress]] (through GorgeousGarmentGeneration), which she does a SexyWalk in.


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* Despite its cartoony art-style in comparison to ''WesternAnimation/TeenTitans'''s {{animesque}} one, ''WesternAnimation/TeenTitansGo'' is actually Hotter And Sexier than the original. It contains a lot more fanservicey-esque episodes and [[GettingCrapPastTheRadar innuendo]] than the original.
15th Jul '16 5:47:24 AM pinkdalek
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** While relatively subtle, the Pertwee era as opposed to the Hartnell and Troughton eras. {{UST}} with miniskirted female sidekicks is virtually omnipresent and the Doctor himself goes from being relatively asexual and eccentrically-dressed to a charming SharpDressedMan with a CoolCar and a bit of a TuxedoAndMartini vibe. In the Third Doctor's first story he not only has a ShowerScene as an EstablishingCharacterMoment but gets Liz to stab the Brigadier in the back on his behalf by flirting with her, something that's virtually impossible to imagine the First or Second Doctor doing. He also has a little ImpliedLoveInterest plotline with his companions, subtle as it is compared to what the show would do in the 21st Century. The Tom Baker years remove the suaveness, but carry on with the {{UST}}, and add in a lot more [[GettingCrapPastTheRadar dirty jokes]] than ever before. Baker, at the time, was a very prolifically sexual person, and as the MetaCasting elements of his tenure increased, the Doctor developed more of a sexuality. By the 80s this was all gone, due in part to [[RunningTheAsylum fanboy insistence that the character should be asexual]].

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** While relatively subtle, the Pertwee era as opposed to the Hartnell and Troughton eras. {{UST}} with miniskirted female sidekicks is virtually omnipresent and the Doctor himself goes from being relatively asexual and eccentrically-dressed to a charming SharpDressedMan with a CoolCar and a bit of a TuxedoAndMartini vibe. In the Third Doctor's first story he not only has a ShowerScene as an EstablishingCharacterMoment but gets Liz to stab the Brigadier in the back on his behalf by flirting with her, something that's virtually impossible to imagine the First or Second Doctor doing. He also has a little ImpliedLoveInterest plotline with his companions, subtle as it is compared to what the show would do in the 21st Century. The Tom Baker years remove the suaveness, but carry on with the {{UST}}, and add in a lot more [[GettingCrapPastTheRadar dirty jokes]] than ever before. Baker, at the time, was a very prolifically sexual person, and as the MetaCasting elements of his tenure increased, the Doctor developed more of a sexuality.sexuality to the point where it was normal for him to sniff Sarah Jane's hair, stroke Leela's thighs or furious masturbate a ship console as a FunnyBackgroundEvent. By the 80s this was all gone, due in part to [[RunningTheAsylum fanboy insistence that the character should be asexual]].


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** Leela was promoted to a certain extent as being "[[ParentService for the dads]]" and the sexiest companion yet. She comes from a culture with mild FetishFuelFuture elements and wears {{Stripperific}} leather clothing. {{Justified}} somewhat as she comes from a culture that was specifically bred to reflect the opposite of a sexually-repressed cult. At the time, it was heavily criticised as [[WhatDoYouMeanItsForKids inappropriate in a children's show]], but in hindsight she comes across as fairly tame.
15th Jul '16 5:38:23 AM pinkdalek
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** While relatively subtle, the Pertwee era as opposed to the Hartnell and Troughton eras. {{UST}} with miniskirted female sidekicks is virtually omnipresent and the Doctor himself goes from being relatively asexual and eccentrically-dressed to a charming SharpDressedMan with a CoolCar and a bit of a TuxedoAndMartini vibe. In the Third Doctor's first story he not only has a ShowerScene as an EstablishingCharacterMoment but gets Liz to stab the Brigadier in the back on his behalf by flirting with her, something that's virtually impossible to imagine the First or Second Doctor doing. He also has a little ImpliedLoveInterest plotline with his companions, subtle as it is compared to what the show would do in the 21st Century. The Tom Baker years remove the suaveness but keep the companion love interests - between the obligatory sexual subtext to the GothicHorror genre elements of his era, the GettingCrapPastTheRadar and ShipTease of the comedy episodes, and a MetaCasting performance by an actor who was an extremely and prolifically sexual person in real life, you got set-pieces like very sexual MindRape sequences or the Doctor flirting with a giant green [[UnfortunateCharacterDesign cock monster]] and so on. All gone by the 80s, of course.

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** While relatively subtle, the Pertwee era as opposed to the Hartnell and Troughton eras. {{UST}} with miniskirted female sidekicks is virtually omnipresent and the Doctor himself goes from being relatively asexual and eccentrically-dressed to a charming SharpDressedMan with a CoolCar and a bit of a TuxedoAndMartini vibe. In the Third Doctor's first story he not only has a ShowerScene as an EstablishingCharacterMoment but gets Liz to stab the Brigadier in the back on his behalf by flirting with her, something that's virtually impossible to imagine the First or Second Doctor doing. He also has a little ImpliedLoveInterest plotline with his companions, subtle as it is compared to what the show would do in the 21st Century. The Tom Baker years remove the suaveness suaveness, but keep carry on with the companion love interests - between {{UST}}, and add in a lot more [[GettingCrapPastTheRadar dirty jokes]] than ever before. Baker, at the obligatory sexual subtext to the GothicHorror genre elements of his era, the GettingCrapPastTheRadar and ShipTease of the comedy episodes, and a MetaCasting performance by an actor who time, was an extremely and a very prolifically sexual person in real life, you got set-pieces like very sexual MindRape sequences or person, and as the MetaCasting elements of his tenure increased, the Doctor flirting with developed more of a giant green [[UnfortunateCharacterDesign cock monster]] and so on. All gone by sexuality. By the 80s, of course.80s this was all gone, due in part to [[RunningTheAsylum fanboy insistence that the character should be asexual]].
12th Jul '16 8:29:47 PM MayumiTsuji
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* The ''Manga/SchoolLive'' anime managed to have a BeachEpisode despite being set in a ZombieApocalypse. It was a BreatherEpisode and an excuse to see the girls in swimsuits. The manga had no such chapter, though the inspiration likely came from promotional artwork depicting the girls in swimwear.

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* The ''Manga/SchoolLive'' anime managed to have a BeachEpisode despite being set in a ZombieApocalypse. It was a BreatherEpisode and an excuse to see the girls in swimsuits. The manga had no such has a similar chapter, though in which [[spoiler:after being forced out of the inspiration likely came from promotional artwork depicting school]], the girls in swimwear.characters stop at a river to wash their clothes, and Yuki and Kurumi take advantage of the situation by putting on swimsuits and jumping into the water.
12th Jul '16 11:40:02 AM Josef5678
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** ComicBook/HarleyQuinn was always a bit fanservicey considering she was a PerkyFemaleMinion however most of the time she was completely covered up. She rarely appeared without her baggy harlequin costume, her face coated in makeup, or even her hat off. ''VideoGame/BatmanArkhamSeries'' started the trend of Harley without the hat and in skimpy outfits. The New 52 embraced this and got rid of her traditional outfit for GirlishPigtails 100% of the time and casual clothing (often with a [[BareYourMidriff midriff baring]] shirt and [[WhoWearsShortShorts short shorts]]) instead of a costume. Adaptations such as ''Film/SuicideSquad'', ''VideoGame/InjusticeGodsAmongUs'', and ''WebAnimation/DCSuperheroGirls'' use the more fanservicey outfit however ''WesternAnimation/JusticeLeagueAction'' uses her classic clothes.

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** ComicBook/HarleyQuinn was always a bit fanservicey considering she was a PerkyFemaleMinion however PerkyFemaleMinion; however, most of the time she was completely covered up. She rarely appeared without her baggy harlequin costume, her face coated in makeup, or even her hat off. ''VideoGame/BatmanArkhamSeries'' started the trend of Harley without the hat and in skimpy outfits. The New 52 embraced this and got rid of her traditional outfit for GirlishPigtails 100% of the time and casual clothing (often with a [[BareYourMidriff midriff baring]] shirt and [[WhoWearsShortShorts short shorts]]) instead of a costume. Adaptations such as ''Film/SuicideSquad'', ''VideoGame/InjusticeGodsAmongUs'', and ''WebAnimation/DCSuperheroGirls'' use the more fanservicey outfit however ''WesternAnimation/JusticeLeagueAction'' uses her classic clothes.
12th Jul '16 9:55:19 AM Pichu-kun
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* The ''Manga/SchoolLive'' anime managed to have a BeachEpisode despite being set in a ZombieApocalypse. It was a BreatherEpisode and an excuse to see the girls in swimsuits. The manga had no such chapter, though the inspiration likely came from promotional artwork depicting the girls in swimwear.



** ComicBook/HarleyQuinn was always a bit fanservicey considering she was a PerkyFemaleMinion however most of the time she was completely covered up. She rarely appeared without her baggy harlequin costume, her face coated in makeup, or even her hat off. ''VideoGame/BatmanArkhamSeries'' started the trend of Harley without the hat and in skimpy outfits. The New 52 embraced this and got rid of her traditional outfit for GirlishPigtails 100% of the time and casual clothing (often with a [[BareYourMidriff midriff baring]] shirt]] and [[WhoWearsShortShorts short shorts]]) instead of a costume. Adaptations such as ''Film/SuicideSquad'', ''VideoGame/InjusticeGodsAmongUs'', and ''WebAnimation/DCSuperheroGirls'' use the more fanservicey outfit however ''WesternAnimation/JusticeLeagueAction'' uses her classic clothes.

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** ComicBook/HarleyQuinn was always a bit fanservicey considering she was a PerkyFemaleMinion however most of the time she was completely covered up. She rarely appeared without her baggy harlequin costume, her face coated in makeup, or even her hat off. ''VideoGame/BatmanArkhamSeries'' started the trend of Harley without the hat and in skimpy outfits. The New 52 embraced this and got rid of her traditional outfit for GirlishPigtails 100% of the time and casual clothing (often with a [[BareYourMidriff midriff baring]] shirt]] shirt and [[WhoWearsShortShorts short shorts]]) instead of a costume. Adaptations such as ''Film/SuicideSquad'', ''VideoGame/InjusticeGodsAmongUs'', and ''WebAnimation/DCSuperheroGirls'' use the more fanservicey outfit however ''WesternAnimation/JusticeLeagueAction'' uses her classic clothes.
12th Jul '16 9:51:34 AM Pichu-kun
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** ComicBook/HarleyQuinn was always a bit fanservicey considering she was a CuteMinionGirl however most of the time she was completely covered up. She rarely appeared without her baggy harlequin costume, her face coated in makeup, or even her hat off. ''VideoGame/BatmanArkham'' started the trend of Harley without the hat and in skimpy outfits. The New 52 embraced this and got rid of her traditional outfit for GirlishPigtails 100% of the time and casual clothing (often with a [[BareYourMidriff midriff baring]] shirt]] and [[WhoWearsShortShorts short shorts]]) instead of a costume. Adaptations such as ''Film/SuicideSquad'', ''VideoGame/InjusticeGodsAmongUs'', and ''WebAnimation/DCSuperheroGirls'' use the more fanservicey outfit however ''WesternAnimation/JusticeLeagueAction'' uses her classic clothes.

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** ComicBook/HarleyQuinn was always a bit fanservicey considering she was a CuteMinionGirl PerkyFemaleMinion however most of the time she was completely covered up. She rarely appeared without her baggy harlequin costume, her face coated in makeup, or even her hat off. ''VideoGame/BatmanArkham'' ''VideoGame/BatmanArkhamSeries'' started the trend of Harley without the hat and in skimpy outfits. The New 52 embraced this and got rid of her traditional outfit for GirlishPigtails 100% of the time and casual clothing (often with a [[BareYourMidriff midriff baring]] shirt]] and [[WhoWearsShortShorts short shorts]]) instead of a costume. Adaptations such as ''Film/SuicideSquad'', ''VideoGame/InjusticeGodsAmongUs'', and ''WebAnimation/DCSuperheroGirls'' use the more fanservicey outfit however ''WesternAnimation/JusticeLeagueAction'' uses her classic clothes.
12th Jul '16 9:48:57 AM Pichu-kun
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* Poor ''Anime/{{Dog Days}}''. Sweet, innocent little ''Dog Days''...while it always had some fanservice in it, it really jumped up a large bit in the second season. by the way, everyone's 13-16 years old (mostly 14 and a possible 12).

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* Poor ''Anime/{{Dog Days}}''. Sweet, innocent little ''Dog Days''...while it always had some fanservice in it, it really jumped up a large bit in the second season. by By the way, everyone's 13-16 years old (mostly 14 and a possible 12).



* ''Franchise/LyricalNanoha''

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** The sexuality of traditional {{Ms Fanservice}}s ''ComicBook/{{Catwoman}}'' and Starfire (in [[ComicBook/RedHoodAndTheOutlaws ''Red Hood'']]) have been ramped up significantly. Notably, [[IronLady Amanda Waller]] also had a major redesign to slim her down when she has ''never'' been a particularly attractive woman (in either looks or personality).

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** The sexuality of traditional {{Ms Fanservice}}s ''ComicBook/{{Catwoman}}'' ComicBook/{{Catwoman}} and Starfire ComicBook/{{Starfire}} (in [[ComicBook/RedHoodAndTheOutlaws ''Red Hood'']]) have been ramped up significantly. Notably, [[IronLady Amanda Waller]] also had a major redesign to slim her down when she has ''never'' been a particularly attractive woman (in either looks or personality).


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** ComicBook/HarleyQuinn was always a bit fanservicey considering she was a CuteMinionGirl however most of the time she was completely covered up. She rarely appeared without her baggy harlequin costume, her face coated in makeup, or even her hat off. ''VideoGame/BatmanArkham'' started the trend of Harley without the hat and in skimpy outfits. The New 52 embraced this and got rid of her traditional outfit for GirlishPigtails 100% of the time and casual clothing (often with a [[BareYourMidriff midriff baring]] shirt]] and [[WhoWearsShortShorts short shorts]]) instead of a costume. Adaptations such as ''Film/SuicideSquad'', ''VideoGame/InjusticeGodsAmongUs'', and ''WebAnimation/DCSuperheroGirls'' use the more fanservicey outfit however ''WesternAnimation/JusticeLeagueAction'' uses her classic clothes.
10th Jul '16 8:43:34 AM Morgenthaler
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* The spinoff/AlternateContinuity ''Manga/{{Slayers}}'' manga, ''The Hourglass of Falces'', is probably the closest the series gets to this trope (even if it isn't the series proper). Basically, there's actually a decent plot that makes sense, and two major characters who didn't appear outside the novels (Luke and Milina) appear, but it usually falls under the shadow of the sheer amount of BOOBIES. The canonically-busty [[GenkiGirl Princess Amelia]] gets an outfit switch that includes a short skirt flaunting a pair of panties and has the BoobsOfSteel trope taken UpToEleven, [[DeadpanSnarker Milina's]] outfit changes entirely into a skimpy ensemble, and [[RedHeadedHeroine Lina]] makes up her flat-chested status for {{panty shot}}s. Also, the TagalongKid for this manga, Noa, is a living stack of Fetish Fuel (enormous breasts, short skirt, and [[BringMyBrownPants wets herself in fear in one scene]]). Add a lot of SkinshipGrope, and you've got one hell of a racy spinoff...

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* The spinoff/AlternateContinuity ''Manga/{{Slayers}}'' manga, ''The Hourglass of Falces'', is probably the closest the series gets to this trope (even if it isn't the series proper). Basically, there's actually a decent plot that makes sense, and two major characters who didn't appear outside the novels (Luke and Milina) appear, but it usually falls under the shadow of the sheer amount of BOOBIES. The canonically-busty [[GenkiGirl Princess Amelia]] gets an outfit switch that includes a short skirt flaunting a pair of panties and has the BoobsOfSteel trope taken UpToEleven, [[DeadpanSnarker Milina's]] outfit changes entirely into a skimpy ensemble, and [[RedHeadedHeroine Lina]] Lina makes up her flat-chested status for {{panty shot}}s. Also, the TagalongKid for this manga, Noa, is a living stack of Fetish Fuel (enormous breasts, short skirt, and [[BringMyBrownPants wets herself in fear in one scene]]). Add a lot of SkinshipGrope, and you've got one hell of a racy spinoff...
10th Jul '16 7:31:31 AM Pichu-kun
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* Hinata of all characters gets this treatment in ''Anime/NarutoTheMovieRoadToNinja''.

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* Hinata of all characters gets this treatment in ''Anime/NarutoTheMovieRoadToNinja''. She is more self-confident than she was in the past and ditched her baggy hoodie for a sleeveless sweater.



* ''Manga/OnePiece'', where every adult female is either a {{gonk}} or a sex goddess in her own right. It didn't start out that way though. The most blatant example is Nami, as illustrated ''[[https://lh4.googleusercontent.com/-uIMsESqk5qg/U58XAwZ7S7I/AAAAAAAAAaQ/uojx-P8xayc/w719-h334-no/Nami%2527s+progression.png here]]''.
** Part of this can be attributed to ArtEvolution. Earlier in the series, everyone who wasn't explicitly fat or otherwise especially bulky was very gangly instead. As Oda's style changed, all characters got a little meatier, whether it meant more muscle definition for the men or more curves for the ladies. Additionally, though the incidents of fan service also increase, even as long-running female characters themselves get hotter, there are also more of them. For instance, by the Loguetown arc (end of the first saga), there were only five living female characters: Nami, Tashigi, Alvida, Kaya, and Nami's sister Nojiko, with only Alvida being fanservice-y, and amongst the men, only Sanji had ladykiller qualities. Contrast that to arcs like Fishman Island or Dressrosa, both of which have oodles of sexy ladies as background characters and as important secondary characters (Caimie, Shirahoshi, Sharley, Baby 5, Violet) and the introduction of many Bishonen-type characters, like Law or Cavendish.
* While the ''Anime/{{Pokemon}}'' anime can come off as this, the Pokémon manga ''Manga/TheElectricTaleOfPikachu'' on the other hand is a ''definite'' example of this trope, giving most of the female characters large breasts and tight, revealing outfits.

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* ''Manga/OnePiece'', where every adult female is either a {{gonk}} or a sex goddess in her own right. It didn't start out that way though. The most blatant example is Nami, as illustrated ''[[https://lh4.googleusercontent.com/-uIMsESqk5qg/U58XAwZ7S7I/AAAAAAAAAaQ/uojx-P8xayc/w719-h334-no/Nami%2527s+progression.png here]]''.
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* While the ''Anime/{{Pokemon}}'' anime can come off as this, the Pokémon ''Pokémon'' manga ''Manga/TheElectricTaleOfPikachu'' on the other hand is a ''definite'' example of this trope, giving most of the female characters large breasts and tight, revealing outfits.


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* Between the leap from the [[WhatCouldHaveBeen canceled]] UsefulNotes/Nintendo64 game ''Dinosaur Planet'' and the ''VideoGame/StarFox'' DolledUpInstallment ''VideoGame/StarFoxAdventures'', this happened to Krystal. The original design for Krystal was a FunnyAnimal cat with no hair wearing a simple brown dress and boots. She was fully clothed and was actually one of the two protagonists. In the final product she was DemotedToExtra and had been changed into MsFanservice. She wore a {{stripperific}} bikini, no shoes, gained a FurryFemaleMane, and her eyes became TsurimeEyes.


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* The Chipettes from ''Franchise/AlvinAndTheChipmunks'' are an odd example. They're eight year old FunnyAnimal chipmunks yet managed to become this over time. Their first appearances were more on par with their {{Spear Counterpart}}s but eventually they began engaging in AgeInappropriateDress often and singing rather inappropriate songs (one is even a thinly veiled IntercourseWithYou song). This began being toned down starting with the ''Film/AlvinAndTheChipmunks'' movies. They were made more chipmunk looking and wear more appropriate clothes. Even in ''WesternAnimation/AlvinnnAndTheChipmunks'' (where they look humanoid again) they're still not as fanservicey as they were in the 80s.
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