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''Juno'' is a 2007 Independent comedy film. It stars EllenPage and MichaelCera and was directed by Jason Reitman with the screenplay written by Creator/DiabloCody. It was nominated for four AcademyAwards; it won for Original Screenplay.

After having sex with her friend Paulie Bleeker, sixteen year old Juno [=MacGuff=] finds out that she is pregnant. While confronting her parents, and trying to find a solution to her problem, Juno decides to give her baby up for adoption. Looking in the local newspaper, she finds a couple whom she deems to be the perfect parents. Upon meeting them, though they look like they have a rather nice and almost perfect life, she sees the couple may not have it all together. This causes Juno to re-examine the relationships in her own life, and wonder if any kind of love can really last a lifetime.
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!!This movie provides examples of:
* {{Adorkable}}: Paulie Bleeker.
* AlcoholIsPoison: When she first meets the adoptive parents, 16-year-old Juno asks for a Maker's Mark to drink.
--> "She's kidding. June-bug has a wonderful sense of humor--just one of her many genetic gifts."
** To be fair, she was a ''pregnant sixteen year old''.
* AllGuysWantCheerleaders: References the trope, but subverts it (Popular Guy seems to find Juno more attractive even if he chooses to date the cheerleader types).
* AmbiguouslyJewish: A poster of the Hebrew alphabet on Paulie's wall is the only clue.
** Jason Reitman points out a Bar Mitzvah certificate on it in the commentary.
* AnAesop: Not so much "TeenPregnancy sucks" (which pretty much goes without saying) as "A true love will stick with you no matter what happens... including getting pregnant as a teenager."
* AnimatedCreditsOpening
* ArtisticLicenseBiology: Fetuses wouldn't have fingernails that early in the pregnancy. Somewhat [[JustifiedTrope justified]] since Juno and her friends aren't really the type to research that kind of thing, and they believed Su-Chin (who's a bit of a ditz, albeit sympathetically portrayed) and repeated what she told them.
** This could even be an in-universe example. After all, Su-Chin seems to know Juno reasonably well, and Juno's stepmother is a nail technician. What one body part could Su-Chin claim fetuses have developed to humanise it in Juno's eyes? Potential FridgeBrilliance there.
* BookEnds: It began and ended with a chair.
* BrickJoke: In an early sequence Juno opines in voiceover that Steve Rendazo, a popular jock that regularly torments her, secretly wants her. By the end of the movie she's reunited with Bleeker and the two publicly make out. Cut to Steve Rendazo, looking away in shame and jealousy.
** Also the repeated insistence that having sex wasn't Paulie's idea; Even Juno's stepmother states it, and Paulie is thoroughly confused by the notion that it ''wasn't'' his idea.
* BuffySpeak and/or TotallyRadical: ''Much'' of the dialogue in the movie. ''"Honest to blog"'' is the most infamous line.
* ComingOfAgeStory
* CompletelyMissingThePoint: As Juno is telling her parents that she is pregnant:
-->'''Mac''': Who is the kid?
-->'''Juno''': The-the baby? I don't really know much about it other than, I mean, it has fingernails, allegedly.
-->'''Bren''': Nails, really?
-->'''Juno''': Yeah!
-->'''Mac''': No, I mean, who's the father, Juno?
** Also occurs when Juno first meets with the Lorings and their lawyer:
-->'''Gerta Rauss''': So how far along are you?
-->'''Juno''': I'm a junior.
* DatingWhatDaddyHates: Surprisingly averted. Though he's understandably annoyed that he got her pregnant, Juno's dad doesn't seem to have any real qualms about Juno dating Paulie. If anything, he seems impressed that Paulie was virile enough to get ''anyone'' pregnant, though he does still say he wants to punch him "in the wiener" next time he sees him.
** On the other hand Paulie's mother doesn't like Juno.
--> "She's just... different."
* DawsonCasting
* DeadpanSnarker: Juno. And most of the other characters as well.
* TheDitz: Leah comes the closest, though she does help Juno, proving she isn't totally useless, like when she suggests that Juno check the Pennysaver for adoption ads.
** Also Su-Chin, as noted.
* DressHitsFloor: Cherry print boy briefs hit the floor.
* EvilStepmother: Averted. Brenda makes sure Juno is healthy during her pregnancy, defends her against a rude ultrasound technician, and generally supports her along the way (and refers to her as "my kid").
** In fact, that's later used in the conversation between Juno and her father, about whether or not there are still people in happy relationships. Her dad points out that while his first marriage with Juno's mom didn't turn out well, things with Brenda were still going very good.
* FaceHeelTurn: [[spoiler: Mark, arguably. He spends the first half of the movie as "the cool adult" compared to the more uptight Vanessa, and Juno forms a close friendship with him. Then he leaves Vanessa just as she's about to adopt Juno's baby, and comes off as an irresponsible [[ParentalAbandonment deadbeat dad]]. Or, taken from another point of view, Vanessa, who ''was'' being rather domineering and mean to him.]]
* FakeAmerican: Shot in Canada, starring two Canadian actors, but set in St. Cloud, Minnesota.
* FullNameBasis: Paulie Bleeker is frequently referred to by his full name.
** And it's always Katrina de Voort. Who smells like soup; her whole house smells like soup.
* GoldenMoment: When Juno asks her father if two people can always love each other. [[TropesAreNotBad It works]].
* GoodGirlsAvoidAbortion: Juno changes her mind about getting an abortion. It ''is'' her initial decision, but she drops the idea while in the abortionist's waiting room. After hearing Su-Chin say that the unborn have fingernails (which they don't just yet), she's sitting in the waiting room and sees people doing various things to/with their nails and runs away in a panic. In the commentary, the director mentions that hearing about the fingernails and noticing them for the first time sort of humanized the baby for her.
* GrandRomanticGesture: Juno filling Paulie's mailbox with orange Tic-Tacs.
* HenpeckedHusband: Mark
* HeyItsThatGuy: The movie features [[{{Marvel}} Elektra, Kitty Pryde, and J. Jonah Jameson]] (or [[Series/{{Oz}} Vern Schillinger]]). Along with [[JasonBateman Michael]], [[Series/ArrestedDevelopment and]] [[MichaelCera George Michael]]. And [[RainnWilson Dwight Shrute]]. And [[Series/TheWestWing C.J. Cregg]].
** And [[Film/GingerSnaps Brigitte]] as the abortionist's receptionist.
** And don't forget [[VideoGame/{{Portal 2}} Cave Johnson]].
** [[Main/TheVampireDiaries Caroline Forbes]] as a lab partner
** [[http://www.digitalpimponline.com/strips.php?title=movie&id=339 +100 Pop Culture Points!]]
* {{Hipster}}: Juno, Mark and to a lesser extent, Leah.
* JerkAss: Mark.
* JerkWithAHeartOfGold: Juno.
* InstantBirthJustAddWater: Averted.
* LawOfInverseFertility: Juno has sex with Paulie once and gets pregnant; Vanessa and Mark try for five years without any success.
* LivingInAFurnitureStore: Averted with the [=MacGuff=] household, which has a realistic amount of knickknacks and clutter for a working class family, and with Bleeker's room. Played straight with Mark and Vanessa's house, which except for Mark's room is perfectly arranged and themed in white, beige and glass. After the adoption, Vanessa's night table acquires an appropriate layer of wadded tissues and baby formula.
** Perhaps done on purpose. Vanessa is implied to have an orderly life without much 'clutter'. What better way to symbolize that than to have a house with not too many small objects left lying around? Mark's room full of old records and musical paraphernalia is more messy.
* MacGuffin: Baby location.
* MamaBear: [[spoiler:Surprisingly, Bren turns aggressive when the ultrasound nurse makes a passing comment on teenage pregnancy. It's pretty awesome ''and'' heartwarming.]]
-->[[spoiler:'''Bren''': What is your job title exactly?\\
'''Nurse''': I'm an ultrasound technician, ma'am.\\
'''Bren''': Well, I'm a nail technician and I think we both ought to just stick to what we know.\\
'''Nurse''': Excuse me?\\
'''Bren''': Oh, you think you're so special because you get to play Picture Pages up there? Well, my five year old daughter could do that and let me tell you, she's not the brightest bulb in the tanning bed. ''So why don't you go back to night school in Mantino and learn a real trade?''\\
(Technician shuts up and leaves)]]
* MeaningfulName: Juno was the Roman goddess of childbirth.
* MinnesotaNice: Not as over-the-top as some examples, but Juno and pretty much all of the people who she interacts with are basically nice and understanding. Even when she goes to the abortionist, her protesting classmate doesn't make that big a deal about it.
* MissingMom: Juno's parents are divorced and she lives with her father. Mostly averted, though, because of her step-mother, who is far from being an EvilStepmother.
* TheRedStapler: ''Juno'' caused what was, by all accounts, a staggering demand for hamburger-shaped phones. According to a New York Post article just after the film's release, burgerphone had a huge rise of 759% in a month.
* PosterGalleryBedroom: Both Juno and Leah's bedrooms.
* RuleOfCool: Why did Juno spend the night moving and setting up an entire living room set on Paulie's front yard? Because it's simply more dramatic!
* RunningGag: Fetuses have ''fingernails!'' Fingernails also feature into the film in other ways; Brenda, Juno's stepmother, owns a nail salon, for example. There's also [[IncrediblyLamePun a literal one]] in the form of the Dancing Elk track team [[{{Motifs}} running through the seasons]].
** "Sexually active"
* SexEqualsLove: Almost averted. Before the film's start, Juno has broken it with Paulie, though they're still good friends. However, after several misadventures and a disillusionment about the possibility of TrueLove, Juno comes to realize that Bleeker is her number one. Juno herself remarks that [[InvertedTrope usually it's "fall in love, ''then'' reproduce."]]
* ShoutOut: Albeit a very minor one, but when Juno is asked about whether her band is getting back together, she replies [[MySoCalledLife "Once Tino gets a new drumhead, we should be ready to rock."]].
** THUNDERCATS ARE GOOOOOOOOOOOO!
* SkirtOverSlacks: Juno. At one point, she takes off the skirt when she goes to see Paulie, which WordOfGod says he knows her well enough to give her a hard time about.
* SlidingScaleOfIdealismVsCynicism: The attitude ''Juno'' takes toward teen pregnancy is ''very'' idealistic, albeit not altogether positive. (Juno's complaining about being called the "Cautionary Whale" is PlayedForLaughs, for instance.)
* SmokingIsCool: Juno holds an empty pipe during her initial confrontation with Paulie. It's empty, but it looks cool.
* SnarkKnight: Juno's snarkiness grows along with the baby.
* StealthPun: Juno's namesake is the Roman goddess of, among other things, fertility and childbirth. The protagonist even says that she was named after the goddess.
* StepfordSmiler: Mark [[spoiler: though his smile does indeed break before long.]]
** Vanessa as well. Toward the end [[spoiler: all her issues with Mark continuing to chase his rock star dreams come spilling out.]]
* TeenPregnancy: Obviously.
* TheirFirstTime: "''It all started with a chair.''"
* TomboyAndGirlyGirl: Juno and Leah.
* TotallyRadical: About half the lines, to the point where it's very unclear whether or not it's actually a parody of people who talk this way. Rainn Wilson's character is particularly bad with it.
* WhatCouldHaveBeen: Diablo Cody's script originally called for Juno to say nothing and just burst into gut-wrenching sobs upon seeing Bleeker for the first time after she gives birth. Some think this would have been more emotional for the audience, as we fully see the reality of the situation crash down upon Juno. However, this might have been ''too'' emotional, and may have made the audience want to see Juno keep the baby instead of Vanessa. Or feel less like a resolution as we get much less of the feeling that Juno's going to be alright, which may have been why it was replaced with a more upbeat scene ("nice legs").

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''Juno'' is a 2007 Independent comedy film. It stars EllenPage and MichaelCera and was directed by Jason Reitman with the screenplay written by Creator/DiabloCody. It was nominated for four AcademyAwards; it won for Original Screenplay.

After having sex with her friend Paulie Bleeker, sixteen year old Juno [=MacGuff=] finds out that she is pregnant. While confronting her parents, and trying to find a solution to her problem, Juno decides to give her baby up for adoption. Looking in the local newspaper, she finds a couple whom she deems to be the perfect parents. Upon meeting them, though they look like they have a rather nice and almost perfect life, she sees the couple may not have it all together. This causes Juno to re-examine the relationships in her own life, and wonder if any kind of love can really last a lifetime.
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!!This movie provides examples of:
* {{Adorkable}}: Paulie Bleeker.
* AlcoholIsPoison: When she first meets the adoptive parents, 16-year-old Juno asks for a Maker's Mark to drink.
--> "She's kidding. June-bug has a wonderful sense of humor--just one of her many genetic gifts."
** To be fair, she was a ''pregnant sixteen year old''.
* AllGuysWantCheerleaders: References the trope, but subverts it (Popular Guy seems to find Juno more attractive even if he chooses to date the cheerleader types).
* AmbiguouslyJewish: A poster of the Hebrew alphabet on Paulie's wall is the only clue.
** Jason Reitman points out a Bar Mitzvah certificate on it in the commentary.
* AnAesop: Not so much "TeenPregnancy sucks" (which pretty much goes without saying) as "A true love will stick with you no matter what happens... including getting pregnant as a teenager."
* AnimatedCreditsOpening
* ArtisticLicenseBiology: Fetuses wouldn't have fingernails that early in the pregnancy. Somewhat [[JustifiedTrope justified]] since Juno and her friends aren't really the type to research that kind of thing, and they believed Su-Chin (who's a bit of a ditz, albeit sympathetically portrayed) and repeated what she told them.
** This could even be an in-universe example. After all, Su-Chin seems to know Juno reasonably well, and Juno's stepmother is a nail technician. What one body part could Su-Chin claim fetuses have developed to humanise it in Juno's eyes? Potential FridgeBrilliance there.
* BookEnds: It began and ended with a chair.
* BrickJoke: In an early sequence Juno opines in voiceover that Steve Rendazo, a popular jock that regularly torments her, secretly wants her. By the end of the movie she's reunited with Bleeker and the two publicly make out. Cut to Steve Rendazo, looking away in shame and jealousy.
** Also the repeated insistence that having sex wasn't Paulie's idea; Even Juno's stepmother states it, and Paulie is thoroughly confused by the notion that it ''wasn't'' his idea.
* BuffySpeak and/or TotallyRadical: ''Much'' of the dialogue in the movie. ''"Honest to blog"'' is the most infamous line.
* ComingOfAgeStory
* CompletelyMissingThePoint: As Juno is telling her parents that she is pregnant:
-->'''Mac''': Who is the kid?
-->'''Juno''': The-the baby? I don't really know much about it other than, I mean, it has fingernails, allegedly.
-->'''Bren''': Nails, really?
-->'''Juno''': Yeah!
-->'''Mac''': No, I mean, who's the father, Juno?
** Also occurs when Juno first meets with the Lorings and their lawyer:
-->'''Gerta Rauss''': So how far along are you?
-->'''Juno''': I'm a junior.
* DatingWhatDaddyHates: Surprisingly averted. Though he's understandably annoyed that he got her pregnant, Juno's dad doesn't seem to have any real qualms about Juno dating Paulie. If anything, he seems impressed that Paulie was virile enough to get ''anyone'' pregnant, though he does still say he wants to punch him "in the wiener" next time he sees him.
** On the other hand Paulie's mother doesn't like Juno.
--> "She's just... different."
* DawsonCasting
* DeadpanSnarker: Juno. And most of the other characters as well.
* TheDitz: Leah comes the closest, though she does help Juno, proving she isn't totally useless, like when she suggests that Juno check the Pennysaver for adoption ads.
** Also Su-Chin, as noted.
* DressHitsFloor: Cherry print boy briefs hit the floor.
* EvilStepmother: Averted. Brenda makes sure Juno is healthy during her pregnancy, defends her against a rude ultrasound technician, and generally supports her along the way (and refers to her as "my kid").
** In fact, that's later used in the conversation between Juno and her father, about whether or not there are still people in happy relationships. Her dad points out that while his first marriage with Juno's mom didn't turn out well, things with Brenda were still going very good.
* FaceHeelTurn: [[spoiler: Mark, arguably. He spends the first half of the movie as "the cool adult" compared to the more uptight Vanessa, and Juno forms a close friendship with him. Then he leaves Vanessa just as she's about to adopt Juno's baby, and comes off as an irresponsible [[ParentalAbandonment deadbeat dad]]. Or, taken from another point of view, Vanessa, who ''was'' being rather domineering and mean to him.]]
* FakeAmerican: Shot in Canada, starring two Canadian actors, but set in St. Cloud, Minnesota.
* FullNameBasis: Paulie Bleeker is frequently referred to by his full name.
** And it's always Katrina de Voort. Who smells like soup; her whole house smells like soup.
* GoldenMoment: When Juno asks her father if two people can always love each other. [[TropesAreNotBad It works]].
* GoodGirlsAvoidAbortion: Juno changes her mind about getting an abortion. It ''is'' her initial decision, but she drops the idea while in the abortionist's waiting room. After hearing Su-Chin say that the unborn have fingernails (which they don't just yet), she's sitting in the waiting room and sees people doing various things to/with their nails and runs away in a panic. In the commentary, the director mentions that hearing about the fingernails and noticing them for the first time sort of humanized the baby for her.
* GrandRomanticGesture: Juno filling Paulie's mailbox with orange Tic-Tacs.
* HenpeckedHusband: Mark
* HeyItsThatGuy: The movie features [[{{Marvel}} Elektra, Kitty Pryde, and J. Jonah Jameson]] (or [[Series/{{Oz}} Vern Schillinger]]). Along with [[JasonBateman Michael]], [[Series/ArrestedDevelopment and]] [[MichaelCera George Michael]]. And [[RainnWilson Dwight Shrute]]. And [[Series/TheWestWing C.J. Cregg]].
** And [[Film/GingerSnaps Brigitte]] as the abortionist's receptionist.
** And don't forget [[VideoGame/{{Portal 2}} Cave Johnson]].
** [[Main/TheVampireDiaries Caroline Forbes]] as a lab partner
** [[http://www.digitalpimponline.com/strips.php?title=movie&id=339 +100 Pop Culture Points!]]
* {{Hipster}}: Juno, Mark and to a lesser extent, Leah.
* JerkAss: Mark.
* JerkWithAHeartOfGold: Juno.
* InstantBirthJustAddWater: Averted.
* LawOfInverseFertility: Juno has sex with Paulie once and gets pregnant; Vanessa and Mark try for five years without any success.
* LivingInAFurnitureStore: Averted with the [=MacGuff=] household, which has a realistic amount of knickknacks and clutter for a working class family, and with Bleeker's room. Played straight with Mark and Vanessa's house, which except for Mark's room is perfectly arranged and themed in white, beige and glass. After the adoption, Vanessa's night table acquires an appropriate layer of wadded tissues and baby formula.
** Perhaps done on purpose. Vanessa is implied to have an orderly life without much 'clutter'. What better way to symbolize that than to have a house with not too many small objects left lying around? Mark's room full of old records and musical paraphernalia is more messy.
* MacGuffin: Baby location.
* MamaBear: [[spoiler:Surprisingly, Bren turns aggressive when the ultrasound nurse makes a passing comment on teenage pregnancy. It's pretty awesome ''and'' heartwarming.]]
-->[[spoiler:'''Bren''': What is your job title exactly?\\
'''Nurse''': I'm an ultrasound technician, ma'am.\\
'''Bren''': Well, I'm a nail technician and I think we both ought to just stick to what we know.\\
'''Nurse''': Excuse me?\\
'''Bren''': Oh, you think you're so special because you get to play Picture Pages up there? Well, my five year old daughter could do that and let me tell you, she's not the brightest bulb in the tanning bed. ''So why don't you go back to night school in Mantino and learn a real trade?''\\
(Technician shuts up and leaves)]]
* MeaningfulName: Juno was the Roman goddess of childbirth.
* MinnesotaNice: Not as over-the-top as some examples, but Juno and pretty much all of the people who she interacts with are basically nice and understanding. Even when she goes to the abortionist, her protesting classmate doesn't make that big a deal about it.
* MissingMom: Juno's parents are divorced and she lives with her father. Mostly averted, though, because of her step-mother, who is far from being an EvilStepmother.
* TheRedStapler: ''Juno'' caused what was, by all accounts, a staggering demand for hamburger-shaped phones. According to a New York Post article just after the film's release, burgerphone had a huge rise of 759% in a month.
* PosterGalleryBedroom: Both Juno and Leah's bedrooms.
* RuleOfCool: Why did Juno spend the night moving and setting up an entire living room set on Paulie's front yard? Because it's simply more dramatic!
* RunningGag: Fetuses have ''fingernails!'' Fingernails also feature into the film in other ways; Brenda, Juno's stepmother, owns a nail salon, for example. There's also [[IncrediblyLamePun a literal one]] in the form of the Dancing Elk track team [[{{Motifs}} running through the seasons]].
** "Sexually active"
* SexEqualsLove: Almost averted. Before the film's start, Juno has broken it with Paulie, though they're still good friends. However, after several misadventures and a disillusionment about the possibility of TrueLove, Juno comes to realize that Bleeker is her number one. Juno herself remarks that [[InvertedTrope usually it's "fall in love, ''then'' reproduce."]]
* ShoutOut: Albeit a very minor one, but when Juno is asked about whether her band is getting back together, she replies [[MySoCalledLife "Once Tino gets a new drumhead, we should be ready to rock."]].
** THUNDERCATS ARE GOOOOOOOOOOOO!
* SkirtOverSlacks: Juno. At one point, she takes off the skirt when she goes to see Paulie, which WordOfGod says he knows her well enough to give her a hard time about.
* SlidingScaleOfIdealismVsCynicism: The attitude ''Juno'' takes toward teen pregnancy is ''very'' idealistic, albeit not altogether positive. (Juno's complaining about being called the "Cautionary Whale" is PlayedForLaughs, for instance.)
* SmokingIsCool: Juno holds an empty pipe during her initial confrontation with Paulie. It's empty, but it looks cool.
* SnarkKnight: Juno's snarkiness grows along with the baby.
* StealthPun: Juno's namesake is the Roman goddess of, among other things, fertility and childbirth. The protagonist even says that she was named after the goddess.
* StepfordSmiler: Mark [[spoiler: though his smile does indeed break before long.]]
** Vanessa as well. Toward the end [[spoiler: all her issues with Mark continuing to chase his rock star dreams come spilling out.]]
* TeenPregnancy: Obviously.
* TheirFirstTime: "''It all started with a chair.''"
* TomboyAndGirlyGirl: Juno and Leah.
* TotallyRadical: About half the lines, to the point where it's very unclear whether or not it's actually a parody of people who talk this way. Rainn Wilson's character is particularly bad with it.
* WhatCouldHaveBeen: Diablo Cody's script originally called for Juno to say nothing and just burst into gut-wrenching sobs upon seeing Bleeker for the first time after she gives birth. Some think this would have been more emotional for the audience, as we fully see the reality of the situation crash down upon Juno. However, this might have been ''too'' emotional, and may have made the audience want to see Juno keep the baby instead of Vanessa. Or feel less like a resolution as we get much less of the feeling that Juno's going to be alright, which may have been why it was replaced with a more upbeat scene ("nice legs").

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21st Oct '12 11:30:14 AM Lyra
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* GrandRomanticGesture: Juno filling Paulie's mailbox with orange Tic-Tacs.
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** Also occurs when Juno first meets with the Lorings and their lawyer:
-->'''Gerta Rauss''': So how far along are you?
-->'''Juno''': I'm a junior.
19th Oct '12 11:39:16 PM nombretomado
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''Juno'' is a 2007 Independent comedy film. It stars EllenPage and MichaelCera and was directed by Jason Reitman with the screenplay written by DiabloCody. It was nominated for four AcademyAwards; it won for Original Screenplay.

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''Juno'' is a 2007 Independent comedy film. It stars EllenPage and MichaelCera and was directed by Jason Reitman with the screenplay written by DiabloCody.Creator/DiabloCody. It was nominated for four AcademyAwards; it won for Original Screenplay.
8th Oct '12 7:52:50 AM Eegah
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* TotallyRadical: About half the lines, to the point where it's very unclear whether or not it's actually a parody of people who talk this way. Rainn Wilson's character is particularly bad with it.
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** Also the repeated insistence that having sex wasn't Paulie's idea; Even Juno's stepmother states it, and Paulie is thoroughly confused by the notion that it ''wasn't'' his idea.
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** And [[GingerSnaps Brigitte]] as the abortionist's receptionist.

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** And [[GingerSnaps [[Film/GingerSnaps Brigitte]] as the abortionist's receptionist.
11th Sep '12 5:20:28 PM MagBas
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* ManipulativeBitch: Some feel this way about Vanessa
7th Sep '12 12:23:14 AM crowbers
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* Hipster: Juno, Mark and to a lesser extent, Leah.

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* Hipster: {{Hipster}}: Juno, Mark and to a lesser extent, Leah.
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* Jerkass: Mark.

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* Jerkass: Hipster: Juno, Mark and to a lesser extent, Leah.
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