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8th Jul '17 3:23:48 PM Tambry161
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[[WMG: Trixie is a closeted transboy.]]
In ''Boy Who Would Be Queen'', it's revealed that she dresses like a boy to buy comics because she doesn't want to be seen doing something boyish. However, she generally seems more pleasant and relaxed in that episode when she is allowed to do "boyish" things. Let's look at that - for all we care, Trixie could have just wore a loose hoodie if she wanted to disguise herself. I think that Trixie always felt more like a boy, decided to experiment by pretending to be boy in some situations, around some people who don't know her as Trixie and ran with it. I think it's quite obvious why she never told it to anyone, [[HeteronormativeCrusader considering she lives in a world where she is expected to act certain way.]]
And this brings me to the next point of this theory - the in-universe reason why [[DemotedToExtra she doesn't appear much anymore in the show]]. She is no longer a popular kid because she ( or he ), accidently or not, came out and we know that the other popular kids in the show ( mostly Tad and Chad ) are giant jerks. And as for Timmy, I don't know how he would react - he is a nice kid, but little shallow and possibly close-minded. He likely got over him, considering that he is straight. So he is now neither a popular kid or Timmy's crush.
4th Jul '17 12:15:49 AM IvanovTroping97
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[[WMG: If Trixie Tang returns as a prominent character, she'll [[TheOtherDarrin have a new voice actor.]]]]
* Possible choices for a new Trixie voice:
** Creator/LaurenTom (her voice would be similar to [[WesternAnimation/{{Futurama}} Amy Wong]])
** Creator/KellyHu (her voice would be similar to [[WesternAnimation/PhineasAndFerb Stacy Hirano]], albeit in a higher tone)
** Creator/GreyDeLisle (she'll try to closely imitate Dionne Quan's voice)
** Jessie Flower (her voice would be similar to [[WesternAnimation/AvatarTheLastAirbender Toph]])
27th Jun '17 10:01:26 AM Dr_Wrecker
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[[WMG: Chloe's Mom, Connie Carmichael, is Actually Doombringer (from "No Substitute For Crazy!") in disguise.]]

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[[WMG: Chloe's Mom, Connie Carmichael, is Actually Doombringer (from "No Substitute For Crazy!") [[{{EnsembleDarkhorse}} Doombringer]] in disguise.]]
26th Jun '17 10:04:55 PM IvanovTroping97
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[[WMG: Catman (NOT Adam West) is Veronica's dad.]]
26th Jun '17 6:09:45 PM Dr_Wrecker
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[[WMG: Connie Carmichael (Chloe's Mom) is Actually Doombringer (from "No Substitute For Crazy!") in disguise.]]

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[[WMG: Chloe's Mom, Connie Carmichael (Chloe's Mom) Carmichael, is Actually Doombringer (from "No Substitute For Crazy!") in disguise.]]
26th Jun '17 6:08:37 PM Dr_Wrecker
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[[WMG: Connie Carmichael (Chloe's Mom) is Actually Doombringer in disguise.]]

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[[WMG: Connie Carmichael (Chloe's Mom) is Actually Doombringer (from "No Substitute For Crazy!") in disguise.]]
26th Jun '17 5:59:14 PM Dr_Wrecker
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[[WMG: Connie Carmichael (Chloe's Mom) is Actually Doombringer in disguise.]]
15th Jun '17 4:58:11 AM Piterpicher
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[[WMG: Doug Dimmadome's hat is [[LolCats Longcat]].]]

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[[WMG: Doug Dimmadome's hat is [[LolCats [[WebOriginal/LolCats Longcat]].]]
14th Jun '17 7:05:17 AM Julia1984
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Just as the Tooth Fairy has sole jurisdiction over teeth, Cupid has sole jurisdiction over love. Fairies aren't allowed to grant wishes involving "true love" in any way because that's Cupid's job, for the same reason they aren't allowed to grant teeth-related wishes -- because, as the Tooth Fairy says, "Tooth magic is my job!" and hers only. It has nothing to do with any inherent PowerOfLove or a strong respect or value for love; it's just that Cupid has sole authority over love-related magic. this is why what the show considers "true love" doesn't seem to fit what we would call "true love" at all, just like someone being magically induced to fall in love with someone by being shot with a magic arrow seems far more morally questionable to us than it obviously does to fairies, or at least to Cupid -- fairies aren't allowed to interfere with what ''he'' considers "true love." Yes, we've seen this rule applies to more than just romantic love, but maybe that was an unintended or unavoidable side-effect of instituting the rule (when they removed fairies' ability to interfere with romantic love, they removed or had to remove their ability to interfere with ''any'' type of love).

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Just as the Tooth Fairy has sole jurisdiction over teeth, Cupid has sole jurisdiction over love. Fairies aren't allowed to grant wishes involving "true love" in any way because that's Cupid's job, for the same reason they aren't allowed to grant teeth-related wishes -- because, as the Tooth Fairy says, "Tooth magic is my job!" and hers only. It has nothing to do with any inherent PowerOfLove or a strong respect or value for love; it's just that Cupid has sole authority over love-related magic. this This is why what the show considers "true love" doesn't seem to fit what we would call "true love" at all, just like someone being magically induced to fall in love with someone by being shot with a magic arrow seems far more morally questionable to us than it obviously does to fairies, or at least to Cupid -- fairies aren't allowed to interfere with what ''he'' considers "true love." Yes, we've seen this rule applies to more than just romantic love, but maybe that was an unintended or unavoidable side-effect of instituting the rule (when they removed fairies' ability to interfere with romantic love, they removed or had to remove their ability to interfere with ''any'' type of love).
14th Jun '17 7:04:13 AM Julia1984
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[[WMG: The rule against using magic to interfere with "true love" is strictly a jurisdictional thing.]]
Just as the Tooth Fairy has sole jurisdiction over teeth, Cupid has sole jurisdiction over love. Fairies aren't allowed to grant wishes involving "true love" in any way because that's Cupid's job, for the same reason they aren't allowed to grant teeth-related wishes -- because, as the Tooth Fairy says, "Tooth magic is my job!" and hers only. It has nothing to do with any inherent PowerOfLove or a strong respect or value for love; it's just that Cupid has sole authority over love-related magic. this is why what the show considers "true love" doesn't seem to fit what we would call "true love" at all, just like someone being magically induced to fall in love with someone by being shot with a magic arrow seems far more morally questionable to us than it obviously does to fairies, or at least to Cupid -- fairies aren't allowed to interfere with what ''he'' considers "true love." Yes, we've seen this rule applies to more than just romantic love, but maybe that was an unintended or unavoidable side-effect of instituting the rule (when they removed fairies' ability to interfere with romantic love, they removed or had to remove their ability to interfere with ''any'' type of love).
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