History WMG / SweetValleyHigh

30th Jul '13 9:23:45 PM Waterlily
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Ken's car accident in "That Fateful Night" wasn't actually an accident. The mastermind warned Faux-Amy to stay away from Real-Amy's middle school boyfriend because he might get suspicious. She couldn't resist the hunky football star so the mastermind arranged for him to get into a car accident in hopes of getting him out of the way. It worked when Faux-Amy lost interest in Ken as a result of his blindness. The scheme is discovered after Sweet Valley High. Faux-Amy is sent to jail while the real Amy is freed and decides to stay far, far away from Sweet Valley and the Wakefield twins.

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Ken's car accident in "That Fateful Night" wasn't actually an accident. The mastermind warned Faux-Amy to stay away from Real-Amy's middle school boyfriend because he might get suspicious. She couldn't resist the hunky football star so the mastermind arranged for him to get into a car accident in hopes of getting him out of the way. It worked when Faux-Amy lost interest in Ken as a result of his blindness. The scheme is discovered after Sweet Valley High. Faux-Amy is sent to jail while the real Amy is freed and decides to stay far, far away from Sweet Valley and the Wakefield twins. twins (explaining why she wasn't in Sweet Valley Confidential).
30th Jul '13 9:23:19 PM Waterlily
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* The books have a lot of girls that look just like the Wakefield Twins and pretend to be them on occasion (Margo being the most notable example). Who says that only Elizabeth and Jessica get doppelgangers? That could explain why Amy underwent such a drastic change between the two series. In Sweet Valley Twins, she's a smart and lovable tomboy and the loyal best friend to Elizabeth. In Sweet Valley High, she's a shallow, boy crazy bitch. Maybe somebody (Margo?) found a girl who looked like Amy and sent her to Sweet Valley to spy on and take down the Wakefield twins. It didn't work because the replacement wasn't very smart and was more interested in hooking up with hot Sweet Valley guys.

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* The books have a lot of girls that look just like the Wakefield Twins and pretend to be them on occasion (Margo being the most notable example). Who says that only Elizabeth and Jessica get doppelgangers? That could explain why Amy underwent such a drastic change between the two series. In Sweet Valley Twins, she's a smart and lovable tomboy and the loyal best friend to Elizabeth. In Sweet Valley High, she's a shallow, boy crazy bitch. Maybe somebody (Margo?) found a girl who looked like Amy and sent her to Sweet Valley to spy on and take down the Wakefield twins. It didn't work because the replacement wasn't very smart and was more interested in hooking up with hot Sweet Valley guys.
30th Jul '13 9:23:01 PM Waterlily
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* The books have a lot of girls that look just like the Wakefield Twins and pretend to be them on occasion (Margo being the most notable example). Who says that only Elizabeth and Jessica get doppelgangers? That could explain why Amy underwent such a drastic change between the two series. In Sweet Valley Twins, she's a smart and lovable tomboy and the loyal best friend to Elizabeth. In Sweet Valley High, she's a shallow, boy crazy bitch. Maybe somebody (Margo?) found a girl who looked like Amy and sent her to Sweet Valley to spy on and take down the Wakefield twins. It didn't work because the replacement wasn't very smart and was more interested in hooking up with hot Sweet Valley guys.

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* The books have a lot of girls that look just like the Wakefield Twins and pretend to be them on occasion (Margo being the most notable example). Who says that only Elizabeth and Jessica get doppelgangers? That could explain why Amy underwent such a drastic change between the two series. In Sweet Valley Twins, she's a smart and lovable tomboy and the loyal best friend to Elizabeth. In Sweet Valley High, she's a shallow, boy crazy bitch. Maybe somebody (Margo?) found a girl who looked like Amy and sent her to Sweet Valley to spy on and take down the Wakefield twins. It didn't work because the replacement wasn't very smart and was more interested in hooking up with hot Sweet Valley guys.guys.

Ken's car accident in "That Fateful Night" wasn't actually an accident. The mastermind warned Faux-Amy to stay away from Real-Amy's middle school boyfriend because he might get suspicious. She couldn't resist the hunky football star so the mastermind arranged for him to get into a car accident in hopes of getting him out of the way. It worked when Faux-Amy lost interest in Ken as a result of his blindness. The scheme is discovered after Sweet Valley High. Faux-Amy is sent to jail while the real Amy is freed and decides to stay far, far away from Sweet Valley and the Wakefield twins.
30th Jul '13 9:20:44 PM Waterlily
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30th Jul '13 9:20:15 PM Waterlily
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*** You're missing the point of WildMassGuessing.

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*** You're missing the point of WildMassGuessing.WildMassGuessing.

[[WMG: The current Sweet Valley High series "The Sweet Life" is a massive attempt at damage control after the backlash over "Sweet Valley Confidential"]]
* The endgame will be to restore the status quo by the end of the run. Winston will turn out to have faked his death and come back, having learned the error of his ways and become a nice guy again. His return will probably coincide with Jessica and Todd divorcing, as Jessica and Winston will finally hook up and find happiness. Todd will in turn save Elizabeth from Bruce, who will revert to his evil ways and may even turn out to have been been holding Winston prisoner and the one who actually faked his death so he could steal his fortune.
29th Jul '13 8:26:47 PM Zsuzsa
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** Something similar was done with Todd; Todd was written out of the main series when Twins were launched, as he was prominently featured in the Twins series. However, he eventually came back in the main book.

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** Something similar was done with Todd; Todd was written out of *** You're missing the main series when Twins were launched, as he was prominently featured in the Twins series. However, he eventually came back in the main book.point of WildMassGuessing.
7th May '13 6:29:51 PM MirrorNoir
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** Not really. Amy was introduced because the writers wanted to create a link between the main high school series and the middle-school Twins series. The idea of her being a bitch in the Sweet Valley High but a good girl in Sweet Valley Twins, was due to the writers wanting to play around with the trope of the long lost friend by having Amy be the type of person who was your BFF as a kid but when they moved away for a period of time, morphed into a complete and total asshole and come back into your life irreversibly changed and now your mortal enemy.
[[WMG: The current Sweet Valley High series "The Sweet Life" is a massive attempt at damage control after the backlash over "Sweet Valley Confidential"]]
* The endgame will be to restore the status quo by the end of the run. Winston will turn out to have faked his death and come back, having learned the error of his ways and become a nice guy again. His return will probably coincide with Jessica and Todd divorcing, as Jessica and Winston will finally hook up and find happiness. Todd will in turn save Elizabeth from Bruce, who will revert to his evil ways and may even turn out to have been been holding Winston prisoner and the one who actually faked his death so he could steal his fortune.

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** Not really. Amy was introduced because the writers wanted to create a link between the main high school series and the middle-school Twins series. series, which was launching at the same time Amy was being introduced. The idea of her being a bitch in the Sweet Valley High but a good girl in Sweet Valley Twins, was due to the writers wanting to play around with the trope of the long lost friend by having Amy be the type of person who was your BFF as a kid but when they moved away for a period of time, morphed into a complete and total asshole and come back into your life irreversibly changed and now your mortal enemy.
[[WMG: The current Sweet Valley High
enemy.
** Something similar was done with Todd; Todd was written out of the main
series "The Sweet Life" is a massive attempt at damage control after when Twins were launched, as he was prominently featured in the backlash over "Sweet Valley Confidential"]]
* The endgame will be to restore
Twins series. However, he eventually came back in the status quo by the end of the run. Winston will turn out to have faked his death and come back, having learned the error of his ways and become a nice guy again. His return will probably coincide with Jessica and Todd divorcing, as Jessica and Winston will finally hook up and find happiness. Todd will in turn save Elizabeth from Bruce, who will revert to his evil ways and may even turn out to have been been holding Winston prisoner and the one who actually faked his death so he could steal his fortune.main book.
7th May '13 2:46:54 AM MirrorNoir
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** Not really. Amy was introduced because the writers wanted to create a link between the main high school series and the middle-school Twins series. The idea of her being a bitch in the Sweet Valley High but a good girl in Sweet Valley Twins, was due to the writers wanting to play around with the trope of the long lost friend by having Amy be the type of person who was your BFF as a kid but when they moved away for a period of time, morphed into a complete and total asshole and come back into your life irreversibly changed and now your mortal enemy.

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** Not really. Amy was introduced because the writers wanted to create a link between the main high school series and the middle-school Twins series. The idea of her being a bitch in the Sweet Valley High but a good girl in Sweet Valley Twins, was due to the writers wanting to play around with the trope of the long lost friend by having Amy be the type of person who was your BFF as a kid but when they moved away for a period of time, morphed into a complete and total asshole and come back into your life irreversibly changed and now your mortal enemy.enemy.
[[WMG: The current Sweet Valley High series "The Sweet Life" is a massive attempt at damage control after the backlash over "Sweet Valley Confidential"]]
*The endgame will be to restore the status quo by the end of the run. Winston will turn out to have faked his death and come back, having learned the error of his ways and become a nice guy again. His return will probably coincide with Jessica and Todd divorcing, as Jessica and Winston will finally hook up and find happiness. Todd will in turn save Elizabeth from Bruce, who will revert to his evil ways and may even turn out to have been been holding Winston prisoner and the one who actually faked his death so he could steal his fortune.
7th May '13 2:24:56 AM MirrorNoir
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** This would make perfect sense when you think about why we haven't seen Amy in Sweet Valley Confidential or The Sweet Life.
*** The scheme is discovered after Sweet Valley High. Faux-Amy is sent to jail while the real Amy is freed and decides to stay far, far away from Sweet Valley and the Wakefield twins.
** Ken's car accident in "That Fateful Night" wasn't actually an accident. The mastermind warned Faux-Amy to stay away from Real-Amy's middle school boyfriend because he might get suspicious. She couldn't resist the hunky football star so the mastermind arranged for him to get into a car accident in hopes of getting him out of the way. It worked when Faux-Amy lost interest in Ken as a result of his blindness.

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** This would make perfect sense when you think about why we haven't seen Not really. Amy was introduced because the writers wanted to create a link between the main high school series and the middle-school Twins series. The idea of her being a bitch in the Sweet Valley High but a good girl in Sweet Valley Confidential or The Sweet Life.
*** The scheme is discovered after Sweet Valley High. Faux-Amy is sent
Twins, was due to jail while the real writers wanting to play around with the trope of the long lost friend by having Amy is freed and decides to stay far, far be the type of person who was your BFF as a kid but when they moved away from Sweet Valley and the Wakefield twins.
** Ken's car accident in "That Fateful Night" wasn't actually an accident. The mastermind warned Faux-Amy to stay away from Real-Amy's middle school boyfriend because he might get suspicious. She couldn't resist the hunky football star so the mastermind arranged
for him to get a period of time, morphed into a car accident in hopes of getting him out of the way. It worked when Faux-Amy lost interest in Ken as a result of his blindness.complete and total asshole and come back into your life irreversibly changed and now your mortal enemy.
13th Apr '13 10:39:28 PM Waterlily
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