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8th Apr '17 3:22:57 AM HaplessCrocodilian
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* ''Perfect complexions.'' Skin conditions are much better in the TV world than they are in the real world. This one grates a bit, when the character is supposed to be suffering a crisis of confidence related to a pimple that the audience cannot quite make out.

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* ''Perfect complexions.'' Skin conditions are much better in the TV world than they are in the real world. This one grates a bit, when the character is supposed to be suffering a crisis of confidence related to a pimple that the audience cannot quite make out.out, or the idea of having bad acne is a single pimple.




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* Teens are often seen wearing the "latest" and "trendy" clothes that look like they were very expensive.
* Whenever they are seen at school they are often seen in the hallways, lunch room, and rarely in class.
21st Mar '17 4:15:43 PM nombretomado
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* Pick ANY [[Franchise/DisneyChannelLiveActionUniverse live action Disney Channel sitcom]], chances are that just one of 'em will feature at least 50%-75% of the rules of being a TV Teen. Averted sometimes with the recent {{Nickelodeon}} sitcoms, they at least [[GettingCrapPastTheRadar try to take risks]].

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* Pick ANY [[Franchise/DisneyChannelLiveActionUniverse live action Disney Channel sitcom]], chances are that just one of 'em will feature at least 50%-75% of the rules of being a TV Teen. Averted sometimes with the recent {{Nickelodeon}} {{Creator/Nickelodeon}} sitcoms, they at least [[GettingCrapPastTheRadar try to take risks]].
30th Dec '16 8:05:33 PM nombretomado
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* Pick ANY [[{{DCLAU}} live action Disney Channel sitcom]], chances are that just one of 'em will feature at least 50%-75% of the rules of being a TV Teen. Averted sometimes with the recent {{Nickelodeon}} sitcoms, they at least [[GettingCrapPastTheRadar try to take risks]].

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* Pick ANY [[{{DCLAU}} [[Franchise/DisneyChannelLiveActionUniverse live action Disney Channel sitcom]], chances are that just one of 'em will feature at least 50%-75% of the rules of being a TV Teen. Averted sometimes with the recent {{Nickelodeon}} sitcoms, they at least [[GettingCrapPastTheRadar try to take risks]].
28th Jul '16 9:09:16 PM PaulA
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** Creator/JudyBlume's novels for teenagers in the 1970s were among the first to tackle such controversial matters as racism (''Literature/IggiesHouse''), menstruation (''Literature/AreYouThereGodItsMeMargaret''), divorce (''It's Not the End of the World'', ''Literature/JustAsLongAsWereTogether''), bullying (''Literature/{{Blubber}}''), masturbation (''Deenie''; ''Then Again, Maybe I Won't'') and teen sex (''Forever''), and as such have been the source of controversy over the appropriateness of such topics for her middle school audience. They have been banned often.

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** Creator/JudyBlume's novels for teenagers in the 1970s were among the first to tackle such controversial matters as racism (''Literature/IggiesHouse''), menstruation (''Literature/AreYouThereGodItsMeMargaret''), divorce (''It's Not the End of the World'', ''Literature/JustAsLongAsWereTogether''), bullying (''Literature/{{Blubber}}''), masturbation (''Deenie''; ''Then Again, Maybe I Won't'') ''Literature/ThenAgainMaybeIWont'') and teen sex (''Forever''), and as such have been the source of controversy over the appropriateness of such topics for her middle school audience. They have been banned often.
28th Jul '16 8:11:57 PM PaulA
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* All books which are in the category of "juvenile literature" in the United States until the 1970s, with a few (very controversial) exceptions such as ''TheCatcherInTheRye''.
** JudyBlume's novels for teenagers in the 1970s were among the first to tackle such controversial matters as racism (''Iggie's House''), menstruation (''Literature/AreYouThereGodItsMeMargaret''), divorce (''It's Not the End of the World, Just As Long As We're Together''), bullying (''Literature/{{Blubber}}''), masturbation (''Deenie''; ''Then Again, Maybe I Won't'') and teen sex (''Forever''), and as such have been the source of controversy over the appropriateness of such topics for her middle school audience. They have been banned often.

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* All books which are in the category of "juvenile literature" in the United States until the 1970s, with a few (very controversial) exceptions such as ''TheCatcherInTheRye''.
''Literature/TheCatcherInTheRye''.
** JudyBlume's Creator/JudyBlume's novels for teenagers in the 1970s were among the first to tackle such controversial matters as racism (''Iggie's House''), (''Literature/IggiesHouse''), menstruation (''Literature/AreYouThereGodItsMeMargaret''), divorce (''It's Not the End of the World, Just As Long As We're Together''), World'', ''Literature/JustAsLongAsWereTogether''), bullying (''Literature/{{Blubber}}''), masturbation (''Deenie''; ''Then Again, Maybe I Won't'') and teen sex (''Forever''), and as such have been the source of controversy over the appropriateness of such topics for her middle school audience. They have been banned often.
21st Mar '16 4:29:26 PM nombretomado
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* Mostly averted on ''FreaksAndGeeks'', barring some occasional DawsonCasting and slightly less swearing than normal.

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* Mostly averted on ''FreaksAndGeeks'', ''Series/FreaksAndGeeks'', barring some occasional DawsonCasting and slightly less swearing than normal.



* While ''BoyMeetsWorld'' followed about half of the rules of the family-friendly model of a TVTeen, it came up with a few creative ways to {{Lampshade}} and justify them in-universe. Most of the plots revolving around teens' emotional impulsiveness/stupid decisions went to the character of Shawn, who was noted in the show to have delinquent tendencies and an impressively terrible home life with tangible effects, and the other characters were mostly exempt from these issues. Also, while Cory and Topanga didn't have sex until they got married, their relationship was also remarked upon by the characters themselves as being ''highly'' atypical (they first started crushing on each other around the age of six, and dated steadily since age 13).

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* While ''BoyMeetsWorld'' ''Series/BoyMeetsWorld'' followed about half of the rules of the family-friendly model of a TVTeen, it came up with a few creative ways to {{Lampshade}} and justify them in-universe. Most of the plots revolving around teens' emotional impulsiveness/stupid decisions went to the character of Shawn, who was noted in the show to have delinquent tendencies and an impressively terrible home life with tangible effects, and the other characters were mostly exempt from these issues. Also, while Cory and Topanga didn't have sex until they got married, their relationship was also remarked upon by the characters themselves as being ''highly'' atypical (they first started crushing on each other around the age of six, and dated steadily since age 13).
18th Mar '16 8:52:23 PM Hossmeister
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4th Jan '16 9:34:18 AM atmostheaddict
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* [[WebVideo/TheAsylum The Asylum]] is an inverted version of this, with them, nevertheless being dark and brooding, being sophisticated, yet spout foul language and dark comedy.

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* [[WebVideo/TheAsylum [[WebVideo/TheAsylumPictures The Asylum]] is an inverted version of this, with them, nevertheless being dark and brooding, being sophisticated, yet spout foul language and dark comedy.
4th Jan '16 9:33:07 AM atmostheaddict
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* [[WebVideo/TheAsylum The Asylum]] is an inverted version of this, with them, nevertheless being dark and brooding, being sophisticated, yet spout foul language and dark comedy.
3rd Oct '15 1:02:12 AM WillBGood
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* [[TotallyRadical Rebellious, with black ripped T-shirts (with skulls on them) and jeans with holes in the knees, dyed hair, braces, and a love for]] [[ThePowerOfRock rock music]].

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* Rebellious, with [[TotallyRadical Rebellious, with black ripped T-shirts (with skulls on them) them)]] and jeans with holes in the knees, dyed hair, braces, and a love for]] for [[ThePowerOfRock rock music]].
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