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-->'''Announcer:''' "We ''totally swear'' it's not a Manga/SailorMoon knockoff."\\
'''Momoko:''' [[HypocriticalHumor "So if you don't watch it, in the name of, uh, marriage, I'll punish you!"]]

TheAbridgedSeries of ''Manga/WeddingPeach'' by [[http://www.youtube.com/user/TokuTenshi TokuTenshi]]. Like YuYuHakushoAbridged, this seems to focus a bit more on the characters, with fewer {{Lampshade Hanging}}s than a typical abridged series.

The key to much of Wedding Peach Abridged's charm and humor is the hostile, ambiguous and unstable relationship of its parts to the whole. The show is very sensitive to the multiple genres and source materials co-existing uneasily alongside one another. The series itself is primarily in the genre of the AbridgedSeries (a genre that is by definition derivative), but the original Wedding Peach is imputed to be a second rate Manga/SailorMoon knock-off (as opposed to a ''first'' rate Manga/SailorMoon knock-off); therefore, the show exists precariously as a knock-off of a knock-off. But instead of being weighed down by the anxiety of influence, it is exactly its derivative nature that Wedding Peach Abridged manages to celebrate through incisive self-parodying, fresh writing, and strong characterization.
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!!This show provides examples of:
* AbusiveParents:
** Momoko's father, a professional photographer, while regretting that he did not abort Momoko, is nevertheless proud of all the money he has saved by [[SocialServicesDoesNotExist forcing Momoko to be his unpaid assistant]], a position he has referred to as "camera wench" and "film slave."
** Yuri's mother is a delusional [[RealityTV reality television]] enthusiast and goes as far as rearranging her whole life and the people in it to play out [[WrongGenreSavvy the fantasy of being a participant on a reality television program.]]
** [[ArsonMurderAndJaywalking Hinagiku's parents don't give her an allowance]].
** Yosuke's dad is revealed to have "beat the ever loving cream" out of his son in episode 26.
* AccidentalPervert: Subverted. In the original series this trope is played straight: Yosuke is occasionally put into compromising positions against his will. But in the Abridged series, he is portrayed as being a lovable sexual predator who takes advantage of Momoko when she is unconscious.
* AffectionateParody: Equal parts affection and parody.
* TheAlcoholic: The Love Angels. They'll find any excuse to drink. "Here's to lying! Bottoms up!"
* AlternateCharacterInterpretation: InUniverse. Pluie is gay (or at least extremely [[AmbiguouslyGay sexually ambiguous]]), Raindevella is an old Jewish lady from Brooklyn who is high addicted to her cigarettes, and Yuri is, well, [[SchoolgirlLesbians yuri]] for Momoko.
* AttentionDeficitOohShiny: Momoko who . . . shiny!
* BigSleep: Masami from the Tea Ceremony Club (oops, still too soon?)
* BishieSparkle: Sparkles, oh so many sparkles tend to accompany Captain Yanagiba.
* {{Bishonen}}: Pluie, and he loves doing Bishonen things.
* BreakingTheFourthWall: Often to other shows, especially ''Manga/SailorMoon''.
* BrokenAesop: The moral of episode 7 is all over the place. Finally, the Love Angels give up and admit that the only moral of the story is that they are all a bunch of [[HypocrisyNod hypocrites]].
* BrotherSisterIncest: Akira, Hinagiku's little brother, stalks her and then looks up her insanely short skirt.
* ButLiquorIsQuicker Yuri tries to get Momoko drunk.
* ButtMonkey: Limone, despite being one of the more [[OnlySaneMan competent characters]], is the whipping boy of Aphrodite, the Love Angels, and even Toku Tenshi, who jokes about editing out his scenes. While he is seemingly [[FourthWallObserver aware of being trapped in an Abridged Series]], he is still very sensitive to [[NotSoAboveItAll slights from the others]].
* ByThePowerOfGrayskull: Parodied with, "Bridal Striptease, Go!"
* TheCameo:
** The Love Angels' progenitors, the [[Manga/SailorMoon Sailor Senshi]], occasionally pop up.
** Kero from Manga/CardcaptorSakura appears and commands Momoko to [[WrongGenreSavvy use the Time Card.]]
** The cast of [[YesPrecure5 Yes! Pretty Cure 5]] makes an appearance in episode 20.
* CaptainObvious: When a possessed Yosuke is strangling Momoko, she pleads for her life with, "No, Yosuke. My windpipe. I need that for breathing, and stuff."
* CargoShip: Spoofed InUniverse. Pluie has a tortured relationship with wedding dresses. He believes that they, "[Mock] [him] with their sequence and their intricate bead work." But he also reveals a deep ambivalence when he says that, "those brides think that they're so hot in their frilly, sequenced, glorious wedding dresses."
* CatchPhrase: The series tends not to rely on catch phrases, but a few distinctive phrases have been coined:
** Yuri and Momoko have a penchant for calling out "Gaspzies!" whenever something unexpected and/or plot relevant happens.
** Yuri, Momoko and Pluie share the less commonly heard catch phrase, "Oh snap!"
** Momoko uses a number of variations on "what" to express her chronically perplexed state including, "Hubba wha?" "the what whatey what what?" "the what would have what now?" and "Wha wha what?"
** Momoko's eyes instinctively follow things that are glittery, and she refers to them as "shiny" or "sparkle sparkly."
** Pluie: "Fabulous" as both an adjective and interjection.
** Jamma-Pi uses "Pi" as a suffix as in, "I've leveled up-Pi!"
** Momoko's "Books are for nerds" has a meme-like aura.
* CelebrityEndorsement: For some reason, a soccer player named Kaji endorses a girl's cereal called, "[[MagicalGirl Mahou]] Shouj-Os," a balanced part of your sparkly breakfast.
* CharacterExaggeration:
** Hinagiku, a {{tomboy}} in the original series, is portrayed as [[{{Transsexual}} wanting to be a boy]] in one episode.
** Momoko's ditziness is, somehow, exaggerated.
* ChristmasSpecial: The Love Angels sing, [[ChristmasSongs "Carol of the Bells."]]
* ComedicSociopathy:
** Queen Raindevilla kills Pluie for [[YouHaveFailedMe not being prompt about picking her up smokes]], only she has forgotten about her violent actions by the next episode.
** When Aquelda of the Water Demons dies professing her love to Pluie, Pluie's only reaction is to be disgusted because a Water Demon loving TheDragon of the series before dying is yet another thing ripped off from ''Manga/SailorMoon''.
** When the Love Angels defeat Pajama, a Devil who puts people to sleep, a relieved Jamma-Pi says, "Well, Pajama has been killed, or whatever, and Lady Momoko is safe. Everyone who is important is a-okay." There is an immediate cut to a girl, Masami, who did not wake up after Pajama was killed. Masami's mother begs for her life as she stops breathing. There is a cut back to the Love Angels who cavalierly reaffirm Jamma-Pi's statement by nodding their heads in agreement.
* {{Cloudcuckoolander}}: Momoko, to the Nth degree.
* CoincidentalBroadcast: Lampshaded.
* CovertPervert: Yuri, even though in reality she is an open pervert, but Hinagiku seems to have mastered subconsciously dismissing Yuri's sexual innuendoes, and Momoko is too oblivious to understand them.
* CryIntoChest: Yuri is jealous that Jama-P gets to do that to Momoko.
* DepartmentOfRedundancyDepartment: Episode 26: "I'm just so sad with sadness."
* TheDitz: Noise.
* DoubleStandard: Lampshaded in episode 26 when Tokodo points out how shallow any girl would have to be to fall into his plan.
* EightiesHair: Limone mocks Pluie's devil mullet.
* EvenEvilHasStandards: "Are you ''running with scissors''? We're evil not ''stupid''."
* EverythingsBetterWithSparkles: Spoofed in a few episodes and [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7dKTj9FHgzY a trailer for the show]].
* FollowTheLeader: The series constantly lampoons the source material's imitation of Sailor Moon.
** Defied in episode 18 when the host of a late night radio love show announces that she will not be sending out any "hideous, energy draining brooches," the plot of one Sailor Moon episode.
** Momoko actually justifies using Sailor Moon's tiara attack, because Sailor Moon actually taught her that attack. They go to the same MagicalGirl support group after all.
* FridgeLogic: Freely spoofs the head-scratchers in the show InUniverse. As Hinagiku puts it, "We're magical transforming girls who fight devils with Love Waves and take orders from a mirror" so there is much that the viewer is asked to accept as "within the realm of possibility." Even so, some of the original show's logic does test the viewer's willingness to suspend disbelief, and this logical laziness is what Toku Tenshi satirizes.
** Hinagiku fights Pluie without transforming into a Love Angel first because she could not see through Pluie's PaperThinDisguise.
** Aquelda of the Water Devils wants to make money on Earth even though she would have no use for it in the Devil World.
** Kaji, a masculine, tanned and handsome soccer player, endorses a cereal marketed to little girls called "Mahou Shouj-Os."
** In the commercial for Wedding Peach Abridged, the absurdity and arbitrariness of having a Greek goddess in a series that features battles between angels and devils is lampshaded.
*** Later Momoko, to show off her learning as a classicist, argues that the choice of Aphrodite as the guardian of love and marriage is a laughable concept as Hera would have been a more representative exemplar of these qualities.
** ...why is soccer played at Japanese weddings again?
* FrothyMugsOfWater: When the Love Angels make a toast they tease the audience with, "We swear these are non-alcoholic . . . or are they?!"
* FunWithSubtitles: Hinagiku's father, who can only speak German, can activate the English subtitles if he puts a [[MacGuffin necklace]] around his wife's neck.
* {{GASP}}: Or "Gaspzies!"
* GenreSavvy / GenreBlindness: A considerable amount of the humor is generated by any given character having an inexplicable bout of genre blindness or being spontaneously blessed with genre savviness.
* GiantPoofySleeves: Gives the page quote.
* GilliganCut: The unforgiving Gillian Cut presents in rapid succession Yuri's certainty that her [[TrueLovesKiss kiss]] has the power to break Pajama's sleep spell over Momoko, and then her despair when it fails.
* GoodEyesEvilEyes: Lampshaded
* GratuitousGerman: Mr. Tamano, Hinagiku's father, can only speak German, save for the first two phrases in his German to English phrase book.
* GratuitousLatin
* HostileShowTakeover:
** In episode 16 Limone, irate over being chronically edited out of the abridged series, attempts a hostile show takeover by [[WhosLaughingNow usurping Momoko's position]] as the leader of the Love Angels. Angels Lily and Daisy were positively gleeful over Wedding Peach being deprived of her leadership position. How Wedding Peach regained her position by the next episode is [[SnapBack not explained]], but it may be a logical consequence of Limone being the Butt Monkey of the show.
** In the first episode, Aphrodite perhaps fears a Hostile Show Takeover when Sailor Venus appears in Momoko's Magical Compact.
* HotMom: Sakura Hanasaki, Momoko's mom. Often, the show plays up how Momoko just can't [[ACupAngst measure up]] to her mom's curvalicious hotness.
* HoYay: InUniverse spoofing.
-->"Why can't I get it up, for girls?"
* IncrediblyLamePun: After she receives the magical St. Pendule wrist watch from Aphrodite, Hinagiku tells a villain to "watch" his step. The rest of the cast groans in response.
** Episode 13's infamous "surface tension" pun
* InTheNameOfTheMoon: "I stand for [[PimpedOutDress poofy]] [[FairytaleWeddingDress dresses]], flowers, ribbons, and all that is girlie! Monologue attack!"
* {{Irony}}: The monster making people fat can't run away because she's too fat.
* ItMustBeMine: Those exact words when Pluie tries to steal Momoko's ring.
* {{Jerkass}}: Pluie, who is more of an asshole and a catty diva than evil.
* JustifiedTrope:
** Subverted. Limone tries to give a reason for the two [[TransformationSequence transformations]], but Momoko just stares at him, so he fesses up it was for extra StockFootage.
** Lampshaded when Aphrodite explains to Limone that the Friendship Waves shared between the three girls is what keeps them from being [[ClarkKenting recognized by the Devils]] when the girls are in their civilian form, Limone says, "Sounds like a pretty cheap loophole to me."
* KleptomaniacHero: Anything sparkly is up for grabs in the world of Wedding Peach Abridged.
* LarynxDissonance: [=TokuTenshi's=] brother did the voice of Hinagiku at first. Then Toku took over, but didn't change the voice, just for RuleOfFunny. She writes that when she took over voicing Hinagiku, she had to [[RecursiveCrossdressing "try and mimic a guy mimicking a girl"]].
* LaserGuidedAmnesia: For some reason, Pluie cannot remember that Queen Raindevilla asks him to pick up her ciggys.
* LazyArtist: Lampshaded endlessly, from poorly designed backgrounds, to soccer players who can't move when they are practicing, to stock footage of transformation sequences that is used to pad out a thin script, to a seemingly never-ending mound of potato chips.
** Subverted when Momoko believes that her Magic Compact has lost its color because of lazy animators. Limone has to explain that her Compact has lost its color because the Love Wave shared between the Love Angels is weak.
* LesYay: InUniverse, Yuri starts getting like this around episode 05. Then it turned into outright [[SchoolgirlLesbians yuri]], just with Momoko being unaware.
* LogicalFallacies: InUniverse. In episode 20, when Saori gives her tacky costume jewlery necklace to Hinagiku, she tell her, "Here, take my necklace. [...] You can't keep it, but I'll let you borrow it forever." To which Hinagiku replies, "But isn't that keeping it?" Saori snaps back cordially, "Don't question me. Do you want the freaking necklace or not?"
* LoveBubbles: Subverted. Love bubbles lie to Momoko when they accompany Pluie, leading her to believe that he is a good guy.
* MagicalAbortion: Sort of. When Jamma-Pi was still a Demon Pet, Toku Tenshi parodied his [[DemonicPossession demonic possessions]] as [[PowerPerversionPotential unwanted pregnancies]] because Momoko's [[TheLittleDetecto Magical Compact]] revealed that Jamma-Pi lodged himself in the womb area of his victims' bodies. The radiation from Wedding Peach's Lovely Operation Tempete attack would drive Jamma-Pi from the possessed bodies, thus ending the pregnancies without killing anything.
* MediumAwareness: Although more that they are in an anime than aware that they are in an abridged series.
* MerchandiseDriven: Momoko comments on the "Angel Auto Dialer" being just there to sell a toy. Yuri responds: "Momoko, I'm surprised at you. We're not Bandai."
* MilestoneCelebration: In Episode 19, Momoko celebrates Toku reaching 300 subscribers.
* MissingMom: Sakura, Momoko's mother, ditched her family in a cloud of sparkles.
* MonsterOfTheWeek: Lampshaded by Jamma-P and Momoko. When a Monster of the Week, Noctreen tries to explain her tragic history, Momoko interrupts her and Jamma-P dismisses her with, "No one's listening to you. We all know that you're just going to die in a couple of minutes anyway."
* MoreThanMindControl: When Noise puts Yosuke under her spell, he seems a little too eager submit to her.
** Either that or he's just faking it to pretend nothing naughty he does is his fault.
* MotorMouth: Blitz
* MST3KMantra: [[invoked]] Hinagiku tells a distressed Yuri, "Yuri, really, you have to learn to stop questioning things!"
* NewPowersAsThePlotDemands: Jamma-Pi can do anything once, if the script calls for it. Just don't expect him to ever do it again.
* NoIndoorVoice: Blitz
* OldNewBorrowedAndBlue: Spoofed, like with Momoko thinking a penny in a shoe is the fourth.
* OneeSama: Saori, a phone sex worker, plays the big sister to Hinagiku in episode 20. She reveals to Hinagiku that her now "smexy" voice was once annoying. This gives hope to Hinagiku that one day her voice will also be less obnoxious and duck-like.
* PaintingTheMedium: Momoko must defend the lazy background design of the animators.
** When Momoko compares Captain Yanagiba against Yosuke, she comments that while Yosuke never gets a sparkly background like Yanagiba, he still can attain a faded pastel background,which is still pretty good.
* PantyThief: St. Hanazono's soccer team.
* ParentalIncest: Mr. Hanasaki, Momoko's father, sees a PantyShot opportunity when Momoko gives Yosuke a jump kick.
* PowerPerversionPotential: Not sexual. It's instead assuming the love waves are actually radiation.
* ProductPlacement: "Make sure to buy / The Angel World Auto-Dialer / Tomy!"
* PublicServiceAnnouncement: Wedding Peach Abridged does occasional public service announcements, usually concerning a holiday. For instance, for Halloween Momoko warned her viewers to beware the monsters disguised as children in poorly made costumes who roam freely on Halloween night. For St. Valentine's Day, Momoko and Yuri discussed the pagan and Christian origins of the holiday.
* RagtagBunchOfMisfits: The nominal good guys: The Love Angels, Limone and Aphrodite.
** The members of the Academically Underachieving Magical Girls Support group, or AUMGSP (pronounced "omg-sp").
* RealSongThemeTune: The EarWorm "Boys" by [=SMiLE.dk=]
* RuleOfCool: When Angel Lily questions the safety of Angel Daisy striking a pose on top of one of Aquelda's frozen water dragons, Daisy tell her, "Shut up! It makes me look hardcore!"
* RunningGag: Momoko dreams that a she is attacked by a gaggle of chocolate geese when she tries to pick off one of the flock for consumption.
** Running with scissors is only for the irredeemably depraved or the truly stupid.
* ScrewThisImOuttaHere: Pluie does the bare minimum as a henchman, often running away from a fight even when he has the upper hand.
** "I don't want to be part of this episode!"
* SetRightWhatOnceWentWrong / GroundhogDayLoop: Hinagiku's Saint Pendule allows travel one day into the future, giving her foreknowledge that Captain Yanagiba falls off of the ridiculously tall viewing platform. She is then allowed to (re)live the day but forgets to save Yanagiba.
* ShoutOut: [=TokuTenshi=] apparently has no illusions this show is a FollowTheLeader of Manga/SailorMoon.
** Also, one episode was a load of shout outs to reality shows.
** In Episode 18, Yuri and Hinagiku give a shout out to Furil, the J-Pop band who sang most of the songs for the original series.
* SmokingIsCool: Queen Rain Devilla, who is likely to [[BerserkButton become homicidal]] if she goes into even mild nicotine withdrawal.
* SoBadItsGood: [[invoked]]A large part of the series is basing itself on this.
* StalkingIsLove: Played up more in the earlier episodes where Momoko, Hinagiku and Yuri are portrayed as stalking Captain Yanagiba. They build homemade bombs to blackmail him into dates, watch him in his sleep, and plant hidden cameras in the boy's locker room in order to express their love for him.
* StylisticSuck:
** In the library, Momoko reads TokyoMewMew {{doujinshi}} of questionable quality.
** During a wedding, when an emcee over-hypes his prosaic slide show, he sounds like the description box of a Website/YouTube AMV.
* TalkToTheFist: Pluie overwhelms Wedding Peach's [[InTheNameOfTheMoon Monologue Attack]] with his Devil Sword.
* TentacleRope: But the show pretended they were they hentai kind. They attacked Yosuke and also briefly entangled Yuri and Hinagiku, but a genre savvy Momoko stopped them "before things become too graphic! Sorry, fanboys!".
* TestOfCourage: Ikuko's face.
* ThemeNaming: Spoofed. Yuri becomes a pun for yuri, or GirlLove, and not for the lily, the flower that will bloom and grant love.
* ThereAreNoAdults: At least at the school. And considering what kind of parents the Love Angels have, that might not be a bad thing. When a [[SternTeacher teacher]] finally shows up at school, Momoko suspects that she is a con artist.
* ToiletHumor: Wedding Peach Abridged conspicuously avoids this. And in a show abounding with (soccer) balls to the face, that is no small feat.
* TrueLovesKiss : Subverted. When Momoko is put into a deep sleep by a Demon Pet, she can only be awaken by a kiss from her true love. Firstly, Yuri kisses her, but it doesn't work. Then Yosuke ends up kissing Momoko, waking her from her deep sleep, but only because he was trying to take advantage of her while she was unconscious.
* TwoDecadesBehind: As Pluie points out, that tacky Limone's outfit is so 80s.
* UmbrellaOfTogetherness: '''"UMBRELLA!"'''
** "No homo."
* ValleyGirl: Like, Potamos, fer sure.
* WakeUpGoToSchoolSaveTheWorld: Subverted. The Love Angels almost never go to school unless something plot relevant is happening there, and in any case they never study.
* WhereDoYouThinkYouAre:
-->Yuri: Where did this [[HairMetal Glam Rocker]] come from, TheEighties?
-->Friend: This is Japan.
-->Yuri: Oh, right. Last week, then.
* WhoWritesThisCrap: Jama-P didn't write the script for episode 7, so don't complain about it to him.
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[[caption-width-right:320:Caroling in funny voices.]]

-->'''Announcer:''' "We ''totally swear'' it's not a Manga/SailorMoon knockoff."\\
'''Momoko:''' [[HypocriticalHumor "So if you don't watch it, in the name of, uh, marriage, I'll punish you!"]]

TheAbridgedSeries of ''Manga/WeddingPeach'' by [[http://www.youtube.com/user/TokuTenshi TokuTenshi]]. Like YuYuHakushoAbridged, this seems to focus a bit more on the characters, with fewer {{Lampshade Hanging}}s than a typical abridged series.

The key to much of Wedding Peach Abridged's charm and humor is the hostile, ambiguous and unstable relationship of its parts to the whole. The show is very sensitive to the multiple genres and source materials co-existing uneasily alongside one another. The series itself is primarily in the genre of the AbridgedSeries (a genre that is by definition derivative), but the original Wedding Peach is imputed to be a second rate Manga/SailorMoon knock-off (as opposed to a ''first'' rate Manga/SailorMoon knock-off); therefore, the show exists precariously as a knock-off of a knock-off. But instead of being weighed down by the anxiety of influence, it is exactly its derivative nature that Wedding Peach Abridged manages to celebrate through incisive self-parodying, fresh writing, and strong characterization.
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!!This show provides examples of:
* AbusiveParents:
** Momoko's father, a professional photographer, while regretting that he did not abort Momoko, is nevertheless proud of all the money he has saved by [[SocialServicesDoesNotExist forcing Momoko to be his unpaid assistant]], a position he has referred to as "camera wench" and "film slave."
** Yuri's mother is a delusional [[RealityTV reality television]] enthusiast and goes as far as rearranging her whole life and the people in it to play out [[WrongGenreSavvy the fantasy of being a participant on a reality television program.]]
** [[ArsonMurderAndJaywalking Hinagiku's parents don't give her an allowance]].
** Yosuke's dad is revealed to have "beat the ever loving cream" out of his son in episode 26.
* AccidentalPervert: Subverted. In the original series this trope is played straight: Yosuke is occasionally put into compromising positions against his will. But in the Abridged series, he is portrayed as being a lovable sexual predator who takes advantage of Momoko when she is unconscious.
* AffectionateParody: Equal parts affection and parody.
* TheAlcoholic: The Love Angels. They'll find any excuse to drink. "Here's to lying! Bottoms up!"
* AlternateCharacterInterpretation: InUniverse. Pluie is gay (or at least extremely [[AmbiguouslyGay sexually ambiguous]]), Raindevella is an old Jewish lady from Brooklyn who is high addicted to her cigarettes, and Yuri is, well, [[SchoolgirlLesbians yuri]] for Momoko.
* AttentionDeficitOohShiny: Momoko who . . . shiny!
* BigSleep: Masami from the Tea Ceremony Club (oops, still too soon?)
* BishieSparkle: Sparkles, oh so many sparkles tend to accompany Captain Yanagiba.
* {{Bishonen}}: Pluie, and he loves doing Bishonen things.
* BreakingTheFourthWall: Often to other shows, especially ''Manga/SailorMoon''.
* BrokenAesop: The moral of episode 7 is all over the place. Finally, the Love Angels give up and admit that the only moral of the story is that they are all a bunch of [[HypocrisyNod hypocrites]].
* BrotherSisterIncest: Akira, Hinagiku's little brother, stalks her and then looks up her insanely short skirt.
* ButLiquorIsQuicker Yuri tries to get Momoko drunk.
* ButtMonkey: Limone, despite being one of the more [[OnlySaneMan competent characters]], is the whipping boy of Aphrodite, the Love Angels, and even Toku Tenshi, who jokes about editing out his scenes. While he is seemingly [[FourthWallObserver aware of being trapped in an Abridged Series]], he is still very sensitive to [[NotSoAboveItAll slights from the others]].
* ByThePowerOfGrayskull: Parodied with, "Bridal Striptease, Go!"
* TheCameo:
** The Love Angels' progenitors, the [[Manga/SailorMoon Sailor Senshi]], occasionally pop up.
** Kero from Manga/CardcaptorSakura appears and commands Momoko to [[WrongGenreSavvy use the Time Card.]]
** The cast of [[YesPrecure5 Yes! Pretty Cure 5]] makes an appearance in episode 20.
* CaptainObvious: When a possessed Yosuke is strangling Momoko, she pleads for her life with, "No, Yosuke. My windpipe. I need that for breathing, and stuff."
* CargoShip: Spoofed InUniverse. Pluie has a tortured relationship with wedding dresses. He believes that they, "[Mock] [him] with their sequence and their intricate bead work." But he also reveals a deep ambivalence when he says that, "those brides think that they're so hot in their frilly, sequenced, glorious wedding dresses."
* CatchPhrase: The series tends not to rely on catch phrases, but a few distinctive phrases have been coined:
** Yuri and Momoko have a penchant for calling out "Gaspzies!" whenever something unexpected and/or plot relevant happens.
** Yuri, Momoko and Pluie share the less commonly heard catch phrase, "Oh snap!"
** Momoko uses a number of variations on "what" to express her chronically perplexed state including, "Hubba wha?" "the what whatey what what?" "the what would have what now?" and "Wha wha what?"
** Momoko's eyes instinctively follow things that are glittery, and she refers to them as "shiny" or "sparkle sparkly."
** Pluie: "Fabulous" as both an adjective and interjection.
** Jamma-Pi uses "Pi" as a suffix as in, "I've leveled up-Pi!"
** Momoko's "Books are for nerds" has a meme-like aura.
* CelebrityEndorsement: For some reason, a soccer player named Kaji endorses a girl's cereal called, "[[MagicalGirl Mahou]] Shouj-Os," a balanced part of your sparkly breakfast.
* CharacterExaggeration:
** Hinagiku, a {{tomboy}} in the original series, is portrayed as [[{{Transsexual}} wanting to be a boy]] in one episode.
** Momoko's ditziness is, somehow, exaggerated.
* ChristmasSpecial: The Love Angels sing, [[ChristmasSongs "Carol of the Bells."]]
* ComedicSociopathy:
** Queen Raindevilla kills Pluie for [[YouHaveFailedMe not being prompt about picking her up smokes]], only she has forgotten about her violent actions by the next episode.
** When Aquelda of the Water Demons dies professing her love to Pluie, Pluie's only reaction is to be disgusted because a Water Demon loving TheDragon of the series before dying is yet another thing ripped off from ''Manga/SailorMoon''.
** When the Love Angels defeat Pajama, a Devil who puts people to sleep, a relieved Jamma-Pi says, "Well, Pajama has been killed, or whatever, and Lady Momoko is safe. Everyone who is important is a-okay." There is an immediate cut to a girl, Masami, who did not wake up after Pajama was killed. Masami's mother begs for her life as she stops breathing. There is a cut back to the Love Angels who cavalierly reaffirm Jamma-Pi's statement by nodding their heads in agreement.
* {{Cloudcuckoolander}}: Momoko, to the Nth degree.
* CoincidentalBroadcast: Lampshaded.
* CovertPervert: Yuri, even though in reality she is an open pervert, but Hinagiku seems to have mastered subconsciously dismissing Yuri's sexual innuendoes, and Momoko is too oblivious to understand them.
* CryIntoChest: Yuri is jealous that Jama-P gets to do that to Momoko.
* DepartmentOfRedundancyDepartment: Episode 26: "I'm just so sad with sadness."
* TheDitz: Noise.
* DoubleStandard: Lampshaded in episode 26 when Tokodo points out how shallow any girl would have to be to fall into his plan.
* EightiesHair: Limone mocks Pluie's devil mullet.
* EvenEvilHasStandards: "Are you ''running with scissors''? We're evil not ''stupid''."
* EverythingsBetterWithSparkles: Spoofed in a few episodes and [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7dKTj9FHgzY a trailer for the show]].
* FollowTheLeader: The series constantly lampoons the source material's imitation of Sailor Moon.
** Defied in episode 18 when the host of a late night radio love show announces that she will not be sending out any "hideous, energy draining brooches," the plot of one Sailor Moon episode.
** Momoko actually justifies using Sailor Moon's tiara attack, because Sailor Moon actually taught her that attack. They go to the same MagicalGirl support group after all.
* FridgeLogic: Freely spoofs the head-scratchers in the show InUniverse. As Hinagiku puts it, "We're magical transforming girls who fight devils with Love Waves and take orders from a mirror" so there is much that the viewer is asked to accept as "within the realm of possibility." Even so, some of the original show's logic does test the viewer's willingness to suspend disbelief, and this logical laziness is what Toku Tenshi satirizes.
** Hinagiku fights Pluie without transforming into a Love Angel first because she could not see through Pluie's PaperThinDisguise.
** Aquelda of the Water Devils wants to make money on Earth even though she would have no use for it in the Devil World.
** Kaji, a masculine, tanned and handsome soccer player, endorses a cereal marketed to little girls called "Mahou Shouj-Os."
** In the commercial for Wedding Peach Abridged, the absurdity and arbitrariness of having a Greek goddess in a series that features battles between angels and devils is lampshaded.
*** Later Momoko, to show off her learning as a classicist, argues that the choice of Aphrodite as the guardian of love and marriage is a laughable concept as Hera would have been a more representative exemplar of these qualities.
** ...why is soccer played at Japanese weddings again?
* FrothyMugsOfWater: When the Love Angels make a toast they tease the audience with, "We swear these are non-alcoholic . . . or are they?!"
* FunWithSubtitles: Hinagiku's father, who can only speak German, can activate the English subtitles if he puts a [[MacGuffin necklace]] around his wife's neck.
* {{GASP}}: Or "Gaspzies!"
* GenreSavvy / GenreBlindness: A considerable amount of the humor is generated by any given character having an inexplicable bout of genre blindness or being spontaneously blessed with genre savviness.
* GiantPoofySleeves: Gives the page quote.
* GilliganCut: The unforgiving Gillian Cut presents in rapid succession Yuri's certainty that her [[TrueLovesKiss kiss]] has the power to break Pajama's sleep spell over Momoko, and then her despair when it fails.
* GoodEyesEvilEyes: Lampshaded
* GratuitousGerman: Mr. Tamano, Hinagiku's father, can only speak German, save for the first two phrases in his German to English phrase book.
* GratuitousLatin
* HostileShowTakeover:
** In episode 16 Limone, irate over being chronically edited out of the abridged series, attempts a hostile show takeover by [[WhosLaughingNow usurping Momoko's position]] as the leader of the Love Angels. Angels Lily and Daisy were positively gleeful over Wedding Peach being deprived of her leadership position. How Wedding Peach regained her position by the next episode is [[SnapBack not explained]], but it may be a logical consequence of Limone being the Butt Monkey of the show.
** In the first episode, Aphrodite perhaps fears a Hostile Show Takeover when Sailor Venus appears in Momoko's Magical Compact.
* HotMom: Sakura Hanasaki, Momoko's mom. Often, the show plays up how Momoko just can't [[ACupAngst measure up]] to her mom's curvalicious hotness.
* HoYay: InUniverse spoofing.
-->"Why can't I get it up, for girls?"
* IncrediblyLamePun: After she receives the magical St. Pendule wrist watch from Aphrodite, Hinagiku tells a villain to "watch" his step. The rest of the cast groans in response.
** Episode 13's infamous "surface tension" pun
* InTheNameOfTheMoon: "I stand for [[PimpedOutDress poofy]] [[FairytaleWeddingDress dresses]], flowers, ribbons, and all that is girlie! Monologue attack!"
* {{Irony}}: The monster making people fat can't run away because she's too fat.
* ItMustBeMine: Those exact words when Pluie tries to steal Momoko's ring.
* {{Jerkass}}: Pluie, who is more of an asshole and a catty diva than evil.
* JustifiedTrope:
** Subverted. Limone tries to give a reason for the two [[TransformationSequence transformations]], but Momoko just stares at him, so he fesses up it was for extra StockFootage.
** Lampshaded when Aphrodite explains to Limone that the Friendship Waves shared between the three girls is what keeps them from being [[ClarkKenting recognized by the Devils]] when the girls are in their civilian form, Limone says, "Sounds like a pretty cheap loophole to me."
* KleptomaniacHero: Anything sparkly is up for grabs in the world of Wedding Peach Abridged.
* LarynxDissonance: [=TokuTenshi's=] brother did the voice of Hinagiku at first. Then Toku took over, but didn't change the voice, just for RuleOfFunny. She writes that when she took over voicing Hinagiku, she had to [[RecursiveCrossdressing "try and mimic a guy mimicking a girl"]].
* LaserGuidedAmnesia: For some reason, Pluie cannot remember that Queen Raindevilla asks him to pick up her ciggys.
* LazyArtist: Lampshaded endlessly, from poorly designed backgrounds, to soccer players who can't move when they are practicing, to stock footage of transformation sequences that is used to pad out a thin script, to a seemingly never-ending mound of potato chips.
** Subverted when Momoko believes that her Magic Compact has lost its color because of lazy animators. Limone has to explain that her Compact has lost its color because the Love Wave shared between the Love Angels is weak.
* LesYay: InUniverse, Yuri starts getting like this around episode 05. Then it turned into outright [[SchoolgirlLesbians yuri]], just with Momoko being unaware.
* LogicalFallacies: InUniverse. In episode 20, when Saori gives her tacky costume jewlery necklace to Hinagiku, she tell her, "Here, take my necklace. [...] You can't keep it, but I'll let you borrow it forever." To which Hinagiku replies, "But isn't that keeping it?" Saori snaps back cordially, "Don't question me. Do you want the freaking necklace or not?"
* LoveBubbles: Subverted. Love bubbles lie to Momoko when they accompany Pluie, leading her to believe that he is a good guy.
* MagicalAbortion: Sort of. When Jamma-Pi was still a Demon Pet, Toku Tenshi parodied his [[DemonicPossession demonic possessions]] as [[PowerPerversionPotential unwanted pregnancies]] because Momoko's [[TheLittleDetecto Magical Compact]] revealed that Jamma-Pi lodged himself in the womb area of his victims' bodies. The radiation from Wedding Peach's Lovely Operation Tempete attack would drive Jamma-Pi from the possessed bodies, thus ending the pregnancies without killing anything.
* MediumAwareness: Although more that they are in an anime than aware that they are in an abridged series.
* MerchandiseDriven: Momoko comments on the "Angel Auto Dialer" being just there to sell a toy. Yuri responds: "Momoko, I'm surprised at you. We're not Bandai."
* MilestoneCelebration: In Episode 19, Momoko celebrates Toku reaching 300 subscribers.
* MissingMom: Sakura, Momoko's mother, ditched her family in a cloud of sparkles.
* MonsterOfTheWeek: Lampshaded by Jamma-P and Momoko. When a Monster of the Week, Noctreen tries to explain her tragic history, Momoko interrupts her and Jamma-P dismisses her with, "No one's listening to you. We all know that you're just going to die in a couple of minutes anyway."
* MoreThanMindControl: When Noise puts Yosuke under her spell, he seems a little too eager submit to her.
** Either that or he's just faking it to pretend nothing naughty he does is his fault.
* MotorMouth: Blitz
* MST3KMantra: [[invoked]] Hinagiku tells a distressed Yuri, "Yuri, really, you have to learn to stop questioning things!"
* NewPowersAsThePlotDemands: Jamma-Pi can do anything once, if the script calls for it. Just don't expect him to ever do it again.
* NoIndoorVoice: Blitz
* OldNewBorrowedAndBlue: Spoofed, like with Momoko thinking a penny in a shoe is the fourth.
* OneeSama: Saori, a phone sex worker, plays the big sister to Hinagiku in episode 20. She reveals to Hinagiku that her now "smexy" voice was once annoying. This gives hope to Hinagiku that one day her voice will also be less obnoxious and duck-like.
* PaintingTheMedium: Momoko must defend the lazy background design of the animators.
** When Momoko compares Captain Yanagiba against Yosuke, she comments that while Yosuke never gets a sparkly background like Yanagiba, he still can attain a faded pastel background,which is still pretty good.
* PantyThief: St. Hanazono's soccer team.
* ParentalIncest: Mr. Hanasaki, Momoko's father, sees a PantyShot opportunity when Momoko gives Yosuke a jump kick.
* PowerPerversionPotential: Not sexual. It's instead assuming the love waves are actually radiation.
* ProductPlacement: "Make sure to buy / The Angel World Auto-Dialer / Tomy!"
* PublicServiceAnnouncement: Wedding Peach Abridged does occasional public service announcements, usually concerning a holiday. For instance, for Halloween Momoko warned her viewers to beware the monsters disguised as children in poorly made costumes who roam freely on Halloween night. For St. Valentine's Day, Momoko and Yuri discussed the pagan and Christian origins of the holiday.
* RagtagBunchOfMisfits: The nominal good guys: The Love Angels, Limone and Aphrodite.
** The members of the Academically Underachieving Magical Girls Support group, or AUMGSP (pronounced "omg-sp").
* RealSongThemeTune: The EarWorm "Boys" by [=SMiLE.dk=]
* RuleOfCool: When Angel Lily questions the safety of Angel Daisy striking a pose on top of one of Aquelda's frozen water dragons, Daisy tell her, "Shut up! It makes me look hardcore!"
* RunningGag: Momoko dreams that a she is attacked by a gaggle of chocolate geese when she tries to pick off one of the flock for consumption.
** Running with scissors is only for the irredeemably depraved or the truly stupid.
* ScrewThisImOuttaHere: Pluie does the bare minimum as a henchman, often running away from a fight even when he has the upper hand.
** "I don't want to be part of this episode!"
* SetRightWhatOnceWentWrong / GroundhogDayLoop: Hinagiku's Saint Pendule allows travel one day into the future, giving her foreknowledge that Captain Yanagiba falls off of the ridiculously tall viewing platform. She is then allowed to (re)live the day but forgets to save Yanagiba.
* ShoutOut: [=TokuTenshi=] apparently has no illusions this show is a FollowTheLeader of Manga/SailorMoon.
** Also, one episode was a load of shout outs to reality shows.
** In Episode 18, Yuri and Hinagiku give a shout out to Furil, the J-Pop band who sang most of the songs for the original series.
* SmokingIsCool: Queen Rain Devilla, who is likely to [[BerserkButton become homicidal]] if she goes into even mild nicotine withdrawal.
* SoBadItsGood: [[invoked]]A large part of the series is basing itself on this.
* StalkingIsLove: Played up more in the earlier episodes where Momoko, Hinagiku and Yuri are portrayed as stalking Captain Yanagiba. They build homemade bombs to blackmail him into dates, watch him in his sleep, and plant hidden cameras in the boy's locker room in order to express their love for him.
* StylisticSuck:
** In the library, Momoko reads TokyoMewMew {{doujinshi}} of questionable quality.
** During a wedding, when an emcee over-hypes his prosaic slide show, he sounds like the description box of a Website/YouTube AMV.
* TalkToTheFist: Pluie overwhelms Wedding Peach's [[InTheNameOfTheMoon Monologue Attack]] with his Devil Sword.
* TentacleRope: But the show pretended they were they hentai kind. They attacked Yosuke and also briefly entangled Yuri and Hinagiku, but a genre savvy Momoko stopped them "before things become too graphic! Sorry, fanboys!".
* TestOfCourage: Ikuko's face.
* ThemeNaming: Spoofed. Yuri becomes a pun for yuri, or GirlLove, and not for the lily, the flower that will bloom and grant love.
* ThereAreNoAdults: At least at the school. And considering what kind of parents the Love Angels have, that might not be a bad thing. When a [[SternTeacher teacher]] finally shows up at school, Momoko suspects that she is a con artist.
* ToiletHumor: Wedding Peach Abridged conspicuously avoids this. And in a show abounding with (soccer) balls to the face, that is no small feat.
* TrueLovesKiss : Subverted. When Momoko is put into a deep sleep by a Demon Pet, she can only be awaken by a kiss from her true love. Firstly, Yuri kisses her, but it doesn't work. Then Yosuke ends up kissing Momoko, waking her from her deep sleep, but only because he was trying to take advantage of her while she was unconscious.
* TwoDecadesBehind: As Pluie points out, that tacky Limone's outfit is so 80s.
* UmbrellaOfTogetherness: '''"UMBRELLA!"'''
** "No homo."
* ValleyGirl: Like, Potamos, fer sure.
* WakeUpGoToSchoolSaveTheWorld: Subverted. The Love Angels almost never go to school unless something plot relevant is happening there, and in any case they never study.
* WhereDoYouThinkYouAre:
-->Yuri: Where did this [[HairMetal Glam Rocker]] come from, TheEighties?
-->Friend: This is Japan.
-->Yuri: Oh, right. Last week, then.
* WhoWritesThisCrap: Jama-P didn't write the script for episode 7, so don't complain about it to him.
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* PaintingTheFourthWall: Momoko must defend the lazy background design of the animators.

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* PaintingTheFourthWall: PaintingTheMedium: Momoko must defend the lazy background design of the animators.
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* HotMom: Sakura Hanasaki, Momoko's mom. Often, the show plays up how Momoko just can't [[{{Pettanko}} measure up]] to her mom's curvalicious hotness.

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* HotMom: Sakura Hanasaki, Momoko's mom. Often, the show plays up how Momoko just can't [[{{Pettanko}} [[ACupAngst measure up]] to her mom's curvalicious hotness.
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-->'''Announcer:''' "We ''totally swear'' it's not a SailorMoon knockoff."\\

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-->'''Announcer:''' "We ''totally swear'' it's not a SailorMoon Manga/SailorMoon knockoff."\\



The key to much of Wedding Peach Abridged's charm and humor is the hostile, ambiguous and unstable relationship of its parts to the whole. The show is very sensitive to the multiple genres and source materials co-existing uneasily alongside one another. The series itself is primarily in the genre of the AbridgedSeries (a genre that is by definition derivative), but the original Wedding Peach is imputed to be a second rate SailorMoon knock-off (as opposed to a ''first'' rate SailorMoon knock-off); therefore, the show exists precariously as a knock-off of a knock-off. But instead of being weighed down by the anxiety of influence, it is exactly its derivative nature that Wedding Peach Abridged manages to celebrate through incisive self-parodying, fresh writing, and strong characterization.

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The key to much of Wedding Peach Abridged's charm and humor is the hostile, ambiguous and unstable relationship of its parts to the whole. The show is very sensitive to the multiple genres and source materials co-existing uneasily alongside one another. The series itself is primarily in the genre of the AbridgedSeries (a genre that is by definition derivative), but the original Wedding Peach is imputed to be a second rate SailorMoon Manga/SailorMoon knock-off (as opposed to a ''first'' rate SailorMoon Manga/SailorMoon knock-off); therefore, the show exists precariously as a knock-off of a knock-off. But instead of being weighed down by the anxiety of influence, it is exactly its derivative nature that Wedding Peach Abridged manages to celebrate through incisive self-parodying, fresh writing, and strong characterization.



* AbusiveParents:

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* AbusiveParents: AbusiveParents:



* AttentionDeficitOohShiny: Momoko who . . . shiny!
* BigSleep: Masami from the Tea Ceremony Club (oops, still too soon?)
* BishieSparkle: Sparkles, oh so many sparkles tend to accompany Captain Yanagiba.

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* AttentionDeficitOohShiny: Momoko who . . . shiny!
shiny!
* BigSleep: Masami from the Tea Ceremony Club (oops, still too soon?)
soon?)
* BishieSparkle: Sparkles, oh so many sparkles tend to accompany Captain Yanagiba.



* BreakingTheFourthWall: Often to other shows, especially ''SailorMoon''.

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* BreakingTheFourthWall: Often to other shows, especially ''SailorMoon''.''Manga/SailorMoon''.



* ButtMonkey: Limone, despite being one of the more [[OnlySaneMan competent characters]], is the whipping boy of Aphrodite, the Love Angels, and even Toku Tenshi, who jokes about editing out his scenes. While he is seemingly [[FourthWallObserver aware of being trapped in an Abridged Series]], he is still very sensitive to [[NotSoAboveItAll slights from the others]].

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* ButtMonkey: Limone, despite being one of the more [[OnlySaneMan competent characters]], is the whipping boy of Aphrodite, the Love Angels, and even Toku Tenshi, who jokes about editing out his scenes. While he is seemingly [[FourthWallObserver aware of being trapped in an Abridged Series]], he is still very sensitive to [[NotSoAboveItAll slights from the others]].



* TheCameo:
** The Love Angels' progenitors, the [[SailorMoon Sailor Senshi]], occasionally pop up.

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* TheCameo:
TheCameo:
** The Love Angels' progenitors, the [[SailorMoon [[Manga/SailorMoon Sailor Senshi]], occasionally pop up.



** Jamma-Pi uses "Pi" as a suffix as in, "I've leveled up-Pi!"

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** Jamma-Pi uses "Pi" as a suffix as in, "I've leveled up-Pi!" up-Pi!"



** Hinagiku, a {{tomboy}} in the original series, is portrayed as [[{{Transsexual}} wanting to be a boy]] in one episode.

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** Hinagiku, a {{tomboy}} in the original series, is portrayed as [[{{Transsexual}} wanting to be a boy]] in one episode.



* ComedicSociopathy:

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* ComedicSociopathy: ComedicSociopathy:



** When Aquelda of the Water Demons dies professing her love to Pluie, Pluie's only reaction is to be disgusted because a Water Demon loving TheDragon of the series before dying is yet another thing ripped off from ''SailorMoon''.
** When the Love Angels defeat Pajama, a Devil who puts people to sleep, a relieved Jamma-Pi says, "Well, Pajama has been killed, or whatever, and Lady Momoko is safe. Everyone who is important is a-okay." There is an immediate cut to a girl, Masami, who did not wake up after Pajama was killed. Masami's mother begs for her life as she stops breathing. There is a cut back to the Love Angels who cavalierly reaffirm Jamma-Pi's statement by nodding their heads in agreement.

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** When Aquelda of the Water Demons dies professing her love to Pluie, Pluie's only reaction is to be disgusted because a Water Demon loving TheDragon of the series before dying is yet another thing ripped off from ''SailorMoon''.
''Manga/SailorMoon''.
** When the Love Angels defeat Pajama, a Devil who puts people to sleep, a relieved Jamma-Pi says, "Well, Pajama has been killed, or whatever, and Lady Momoko is safe. Everyone who is important is a-okay." There is an immediate cut to a girl, Masami, who did not wake up after Pajama was killed. Masami's mother begs for her life as she stops breathing. There is a cut back to the Love Angels who cavalierly reaffirm Jamma-Pi's statement by nodding their heads in agreement.



* FridgeLogic: Freely spoofs the head-scratchers in the show InUniverse. As Hinagiku puts it, "We're magical transforming girls who fight devils with Love Waves and take orders from a mirror" so there is much that the viewer is asked to accept as "within the realm of possibility." Even so, some of the original show's logic does test the viewer's willingness to suspend disbelief, and this logical laziness is what Toku Tenshi satirizes.

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* FridgeLogic: Freely spoofs the head-scratchers in the show InUniverse. As Hinagiku puts it, "We're magical transforming girls who fight devils with Love Waves and take orders from a mirror" so there is much that the viewer is asked to accept as "within the realm of possibility." Even so, some of the original show's logic does test the viewer's willingness to suspend disbelief, and this logical laziness is what Toku Tenshi satirizes.



* FrothyMugsOfWater: When the Love Angels make a toast they tease the audience with, "We swear these are non-alcoholic . . . or are they?!"

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* FrothyMugsOfWater: When the Love Angels make a toast they tease the audience with, "We swear these are non-alcoholic . . . or are they?!" they?!"



* GenreSavvy / GenreBlindness: A considerable amount of the humor is generated by any given character having an inexplicable bout of genre blindness or being spontaneously blessed with genre savviness.

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* GenreSavvy / GenreBlindness: A considerable amount of the humor is generated by any given character having an inexplicable bout of genre blindness or being spontaneously blessed with genre savviness.



* GratuitousGerman: Mr. Tamano, Hinagiku's father, can only speak German, save for the first two phrases in his German to English phrase book.

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* GratuitousGerman: Mr. Tamano, Hinagiku's father, can only speak German, save for the first two phrases in his German to English phrase book.



* HostileShowTakeover:
** In episode 16 Limone, irate over being chronically edited out of the abridged series, attempts a hostile show takeover by [[WhosLaughingNow usurping Momoko's position]] as the leader of the Love Angels. Angels Lily and Daisy were positively gleeful over Wedding Peach being deprived of her leadership position. How Wedding Peach regained her position by the next episode is [[SnapBack not explained]], but it may be a logical consequence of Limone being the Butt Monkey of the show.

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* HostileShowTakeover:
HostileShowTakeover:
** In episode 16 Limone, irate over being chronically edited out of the abridged series, attempts a hostile show takeover by [[WhosLaughingNow usurping Momoko's position]] as the leader of the Love Angels. Angels Lily and Daisy were positively gleeful over Wedding Peach being deprived of her leadership position. How Wedding Peach regained her position by the next episode is [[SnapBack not explained]], but it may be a logical consequence of Limone being the Butt Monkey of the show.



* JustifiedTrope:

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* JustifiedTrope: JustifiedTrope:



* KleptomaniacHero: Anything sparkly is up for grabs in the world of Wedding Peach Abridged.

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* KleptomaniacHero: Anything sparkly is up for grabs in the world of Wedding Peach Abridged.



* LaserGuidedAmnesia: For some reason, Pluie cannot remember that Queen Raindevilla asks him to pick up her ciggys.

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* LaserGuidedAmnesia: For some reason, Pluie cannot remember that Queen Raindevilla asks him to pick up her ciggys.



* MilestoneCelebration: In Episode 19, Momoko celebrates Toku reaching 300 subscribers.

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* MilestoneCelebration: In Episode 19, Momoko celebrates Toku reaching 300 subscribers.



* MonsterOfTheWeek: Lampshaded by Jamma-P and Momoko. When a Monster of the Week, Noctreen tries to explain her tragic history, Momoko interrupts her and Jamma-P dismisses her with, "No one's listening to you. We all know that you're just going to die in a couple of minutes anyway."

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* MonsterOfTheWeek: Lampshaded by Jamma-P and Momoko. When a Monster of the Week, Noctreen tries to explain her tragic history, Momoko interrupts her and Jamma-P dismisses her with, "No one's listening to you. We all know that you're just going to die in a couple of minutes anyway." "



* NewPowersAsThePlotDemands: Jamma-Pi can do anything once, if the script calls for it. Just don't expect him to ever do it again.

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* NewPowersAsThePlotDemands: Jamma-Pi can do anything once, if the script calls for it. Just don't expect him to ever do it again.



* OneeSama: Saori, a phone sex worker, plays the big sister to Hinagiku in episode 20. She reveals to Hinagiku that her now "smexy" voice was once annoying. This gives hope to Hinagiku that one day her voice will also be less obnoxious and duck-like.

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* OneeSama: Saori, a phone sex worker, plays the big sister to Hinagiku in episode 20. She reveals to Hinagiku that her now "smexy" voice was once annoying. This gives hope to Hinagiku that one day her voice will also be less obnoxious and duck-like.



* PantyThief: St. Hanazono's soccer team.
* ParentalIncest: Mr. Hanasaki, Momoko's father, sees a PantyShot opportunity when Momoko gives Yosuke a jump kick.

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* PantyThief: St. Hanazono's soccer team.
team.
* ParentalIncest: Mr. Hanasaki, Momoko's father, sees a PantyShot opportunity when Momoko gives Yosuke a jump kick.



* RagtagBunchOfMisfits: The nominal good guys: The Love Angels, Limone and Aphrodite.

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* RagtagBunchOfMisfits: The nominal good guys: The Love Angels, Limone and Aphrodite.



* RuleOfCool: When Angel Lily questions the safety of Angel Daisy striking a pose on top of one of Aquelda's frozen water dragons, Daisy tell her, "Shut up! It makes me look hardcore!"
* RunningGag: Momoko dreams that a she is attacked by a gaggle of chocolate geese when she tries to pick off one of the flock for consumption.

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* RuleOfCool: When Angel Lily questions the safety of Angel Daisy striking a pose on top of one of Aquelda's frozen water dragons, Daisy tell her, "Shut up! It makes me look hardcore!"
hardcore!"
* RunningGag: Momoko dreams that a she is attacked by a gaggle of chocolate geese when she tries to pick off one of the flock for consumption.



* ShoutOut: [=TokuTenshi=] apparently has no illusions this show is a FollowTheLeader of SailorMoon.

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* ShoutOut: [=TokuTenshi=] apparently has no illusions this show is a FollowTheLeader of SailorMoon.Manga/SailorMoon.



* SoBadItsGood: [[invoked]]A large part of the series is basing itself on this.
* StalkingIsLove: Played up more in the earlier episodes where Momoko, Hinagiku and Yuri are portrayed as stalking Captain Yanagiba. They build homemade bombs to blackmail him into dates, watch him in his sleep, and plant hidden cameras in the boy's locker room in order to express their love for him.
* StylisticSuck:

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* SoBadItsGood: [[invoked]]A large part of the series is basing itself on this.
this.
* StalkingIsLove: Played up more in the earlier episodes where Momoko, Hinagiku and Yuri are portrayed as stalking Captain Yanagiba. They build homemade bombs to blackmail him into dates, watch him in his sleep, and plant hidden cameras in the boy's locker room in order to express their love for him.
him.
* StylisticSuck: StylisticSuck:



** During a wedding, when an emcee over-hypes his prosaic slide show, he sounds like the description box of a YouTube AMV.

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** During a wedding, when an emcee over-hypes his prosaic slide show, he sounds like the description box of a YouTube Website/YouTube AMV.



* TentacleRope: But the show pretended they were they hentai kind. They attacked Yosuke and also briefly entangled Yuri and Hinagiku, but a genre savvy Momoko stopped them "before things become too graphic! Sorry, fanboys!".

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* TentacleRope: But the show pretended they were they hentai kind. They attacked Yosuke and also briefly entangled Yuri and Hinagiku, but a genre savvy Momoko stopped them "before things become too graphic! Sorry, fanboys!".



* TrueLovesKiss : Subverted. When Momoko is put into a deep sleep by a Demon Pet, she can only be awaken by a kiss from her true love. Firstly, Yuri kisses her, but it doesn't work. Then Yosuke ends up kissing Momoko, waking her from her deep sleep, but only because he was trying to take advantage of her while she was unconscious.

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* TrueLovesKiss : Subverted. When Momoko is put into a deep sleep by a Demon Pet, she can only be awaken by a kiss from her true love. Firstly, Yuri kisses her, but it doesn't work. Then Yosuke ends up kissing Momoko, waking her from her deep sleep, but only because he was trying to take advantage of her while she was unconscious.
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* ItMustBeMine: Those exact words.

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* ItMustBeMine: Those exact words.words when Pluie tries to steal Momoko's ring.



* LogicalFallacies: InUniverse. In episode 20, when Saori gives her tacky costume jewlery necklace to Hinagiku, she tell her, "Here, take my necklace. [...] You can't keep it, but I'll let you borrow it forever." To which Hinagiku replies, "But isn't that keeping it?" Saori snaps back cordially, "Don't question me. Do you want the freaking necklace or not?"



* NaughtyTentacles: They attacked Yosuke and also briefly entangled Yuri and Hinagiku, but a genre savvy Momoko stopped them "before things become too graphic! Sorry, fanboys!".



* TentacleRope: But the show pretended they were they hentai kind. They attacked Yosuke and also briefly entangled Yuri and Hinagiku, but a genre savvy Momoko stopped them "before things become too graphic! Sorry, fanboys!".



-->Yuri: Where did this [[HairMetal Glam Rocker]] come from, TheEighties"

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-->Yuri: Where did this [[HairMetal Glam Rocker]] come from, TheEighties"TheEighties?



* YouFailLogicForever: In episode 20, when Saori gives her tacky costume jewlery necklace to Hinagiku, she tell her, "Here, take my necklace. [...] You can't keep it, but I'll let you borrow it forever." To which Hinagiku replies, "But isn't that keeping it?" Saori snaps back cordially, "Don't question me. Do you want the freaking necklace or not?"
5th Jun '12 7:33:58 PM Nocturna
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** The members of the Academically Underachieving Magical Girls Support group, or AUMGSP (pronounced "omg-sp").
* RapeAsComedy: Yuri tries to get Momoko drunk at a slumber party.

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** The members of the Academically Underachieving Magical Girls Support group, or AUMGSP (pronounced "omg-sp"). \n* RapeAsComedy: Yuri tries to get Momoko drunk at a slumber party.
4th Jun '12 11:45:11 AM DarkConfidant
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* [=~Attention Deficit... Ooh, shiny!~=]: Momoko who . . . shiny!

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* [=~Attention Deficit... Ooh, shiny!~=]: AttentionDeficitOohShiny: Momoko who . . . shiny!
28th May '12 9:00:31 AM FELH2
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** Kero from CardcaptorSakura appears and commands Momoko to [[WrongGenreSavvy use the Time Card.]]

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** Kero from CardcaptorSakura Manga/CardcaptorSakura appears and commands Momoko to [[WrongGenreSavvy use the Time Card.]]
17th Jan '12 10:54:16 PM DragonQuestZ
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* LesYay: Yuri starts getting like this around episode 05. Then it turned into outright [[SchoolgirlLesbians yuri]], just with Momoko being unaware.

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* LesYay: InUniverse, Yuri starts getting like this around episode 05. Then it turned into outright [[SchoolgirlLesbians yuri]], just with Momoko being unaware.
17th Jan '12 10:50:43 PM DragonQuestZ
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* FridgeLogic: Freely spoofs the head-scratchers in the show. As Hinagiku puts it, "We're magical transforming girls who fight devils with Love Waves and take orders from a mirror" so there is much that the viewer is asked to accept as "within the realm of possibility." Even so, some of the original show's logic does test the viewer's willingness to suspend disbelief, and this logical laziness is what Toku Tenshi satirizes.

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* FridgeLogic: Freely spoofs the head-scratchers in the show.show InUniverse. As Hinagiku puts it, "We're magical transforming girls who fight devils with Love Waves and take orders from a mirror" so there is much that the viewer is asked to accept as "within the realm of possibility." Even so, some of the original show's logic does test the viewer's willingness to suspend disbelief, and this logical laziness is what Toku Tenshi satirizes.
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