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* SadistShow: Not only are the main cast usually all dead at the end of an episode (or have some terrible misfortune befall on them) but even extra characters are not safe from such a fate as well. Strong Bad himself just seems to take delight in coming up with creative and hilarious ways to kill off the girls one-by-one.
-->'''Strong Bad:''' Ah, Teen Girl Squad... which one of you wants to get trampled by stampeding Venus flytraps today?
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[[caption-width-right:349:I mean SO GOOD!]]

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* VisualPun: Scantron in Issue 14 -- the HumongousMecha identity So and So assumes while she takes her final exams -- whose name is a pun on both Anime/Voltron and [[https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Optical_answer_sheet actual scantron sheets]].

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* VisualPun: Scantron in Issue 14 -- the HumongousMecha identity So and So assumes while she takes her final exams -- whose name is a pun on both Anime/Voltron Anime/{{Voltron}} and [[https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Optical_answer_sheet actual scantron sheets]].
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** The [[WebAnimation/StrongBadEmail]] "[[Recap/StrongBadEmailE141DeathMetal death metal]]" has a Teen Girl Squad scene where fictional death metal band Brainkreig is shown to compete in "The Battle of the Crappy High School Bands".

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** The [[WebAnimation/StrongBadEmail]] WebAnimation/StrongBadEmail "[[Recap/StrongBadEmailE141DeathMetal death metal]]" has a Teen Girl Squad scene where fictional death metal band Brainkreig is shown to compete in "The Battle of the Crappy High School Bands".



* BellyFlopCrushing: In Issue 7, while kiddie Cheerleader is trying to convince the others that [[ItMakesJustAsMuchSenseInContext her house has a hundred bafrooms,]] a fat wrestler (who [[{{Expy}} bears a likeness]] to [[ProfessionalWrestling professional wrestler]] King Kong Bundy) appears out of nowhere to squish her.

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* BellyFlopCrushing: In Issue 7, while kiddie Cheerleader is trying to convince the others that [[ItMakesJustAsMuchSenseInContext her house has a hundred bafrooms,]] bafrooms]], a fat wrestler (who [[{{Expy}} bears a likeness]] to [[ProfessionalWrestling professional wrestler]] King Kong Bundy) appears out of nowhere to squish her.



* LeetLingo: The girls talk in leetspeak on occasion, particularly in some of the older issues. Also, the page title of the [[http://www.homestarrunner.com/tgsmenu.html Teen Girl Squad Menu]] is "T33n G1rl Squ4dx0rx!!11".

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* LeetLingo: The girls talk in leetspeak on occasion, particularly in some of the older issues. Also, the page title of the [[http://www.homestarrunner.com/tgsmenu.html Teen Girl Squad Menu]] is "T33n G1rl Squ4dx0rx!!11".[=Squ4dx0rx=]!!11".



* MadLibsCatchPhrase: The "[[OwMyBodyPart Ow! My X!]] and "[SOMETHING]'D!" [[RunningGag Running Gags]].

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* MadLibsCatchPhrase: The "[[OwMyBodyPart Ow! My X!]] X!]]" and "[SOMETHING]'D!" [[RunningGag Running Gags]].



* OrSoIHeard: In episode 8:

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* OrSoIHeard: In episode Issue 8:



* OutOfFocus: Tompkins was introduced for a few cartoons, but gradually stopped appearing. Episode 15 hangs a lampshade on this:

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* OutOfFocus: Tompkins was introduced for a few cartoons, but gradually stopped appearing. Episode Issue 15 hangs a lampshade on this:



* TheyKilledKennyAgain: Some number of the Teen Girl Squad almost always die by the end of almost every episode, the exceptions being episodes 2 and 3 and the Decemberween special. [[LampshadeHanging Lampshaded]] at the end of episode 8 where the girls have all died except for Cheerleader, with the last casualty being What's Her Face, whose upper half had been bitten off by a shark (see below):

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* TheyKilledKennyAgain: Some number of the Teen Girl Squad almost always die by the end of almost every episode, issue, the exceptions being episodes Issues 2 and 3 and the Decemberween special. [[LampshadeHanging Lampshaded]] at the end of episode Issue 8 where the girls have all died except for Cheerleader, with the last casualty being What's Her Face, whose upper half had been bitten off by a shark (see below):



* ThreateningShark: In episode 8, What's Her Face's bass turns into a shark. "My bass feels seaworthy." And then the shark proceeds to eat most of her and take her place in Kissyboots.

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* ThreateningShark: In episode Issue 8, What's Her Face's bass turns into a shark. "My bass feels seaworthy." And then the shark proceeds to eat most of her and take her place in Kissyboots.



* VisualPun: Scantron in Issue 14 -- the [[Anime/Voltron Voltron-esque]] identity So and So assumes while she takes her final exams -- whose name is a pun on [[https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Optical_answer_sheet actual scantron sheets]].

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* VisualPun: Scantron in Issue 14 -- the [[Anime/Voltron Voltron-esque]] HumongousMecha identity So and So assumes while she takes her final exams -- whose name is a pun on both Anime/Voltron and [[https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Optical_answer_sheet actual scantron sheets]].



* WickedStepmother: Judith So-and-So-erson (So and So's stepmom), who looks suspiciously similar to the Arrowed Guy. In episode 11, she makes So and So get a summer job at Shirt Folding Store.

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* WickedStepmother: Judith So-and-So-erson (So and So's stepmom), who looks suspiciously similar to the Arrowed Guy. In episode Issue 11, she makes So and So get a summer job at Shirt Folding Store.
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** The [[WebAnimation/StrongBadEmail]] "[[Recap/Strong BadEmailE141DeathMetal death metal]]" has a Teen Girl Squad scene where fictional death metal band Brainkreig is shown to compete in "The Battle of the Crappy High School Bands".

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** The [[WebAnimation/StrongBadEmail]] "[[Recap/Strong BadEmailE141DeathMetal "[[Recap/StrongBadEmailE141DeathMetal death metal]]" has a Teen Girl Squad scene where fictional death metal band Brainkreig is shown to compete in "The Battle of the Crappy High School Bands".



* BellyFlopCrushing: In Issue 7, while kiddie Cheerleader is trying to convince the others that [[ItMakesJustAsMuchSenseInContext her house has a hundred bafrooms,]] a fat wrestler (who [[{{Expy}} bears a likeness]] to [[Professional Wrestling professional wrestler]] King Kong Bundy) appears out of nowhere to squish her.

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* BellyFlopCrushing: In Issue 7, while kiddie Cheerleader is trying to convince the others that [[ItMakesJustAsMuchSenseInContext her house has a hundred bafrooms,]] a fat wrestler (who [[{{Expy}} bears a likeness]] to [[Professional Wrestling [[ProfessionalWrestling professional wrestler]] King Kong Bundy) appears out of nowhere to squish her.
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* TheAllegedCar: In [[VideoGame/StrongBadsCoolGameForAttractivePeople Homestar Ruiner]]'s Teen Girl Squad segment, it's revealed that What's Her Face's real dad bought her a new car because "he felt guilty about all the wrongs he done". Said car looks like something right out of the early 1900s.



* AGoodNameForARockBand: In [[ValentinesDayEpisode Issue 12]], when What's Her Face tries to talk to some boys.
-->'''What's Her Face:''' Uh, hi. I like music. And um... cloth.
-->'''Boy 2:''' Did that dude just tell you she likes cloth?
-->'''Boy 1:''' "She likes cloth" -- that's a good band name.



* ArmedWithCanon: In-universe. The MindScrew ending of "4 Gregs", where the girls and the Gregs have each been drawing each others' comics. The scene cuts back and forth between them arguing over the accuracy of the preceding shot.



* ArtisticLicenseSports:

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* ArtisticLicenseSports: ArtisticLicense:



** In Issue 6, So and So does a triple salchow into the lion's mouth. However, a triple salchow is actually a figure skating jump; not a dive, as So and So implies.



* BearyFunny: In Issue 11, What's Her Face and The Ugly One join Counselor Shortshorts in singing "a warbly campfire song" about a "Chumbly Wumbly Bear".



* BabysittingEpisode: Issue 13 is about So and So trying to babysit Timkins while the other girls' crazy antics cause things to [[GoneHorriblyWrong go horribly wrong]].



* BattleOfTheBands: Shows up twice.
** Issue 8 sees the girls forming a band called "Kissyboots" to perform in their school's Battle of the Bands in an effort to become "worldwide starlets" and earn "much boys". [[KillEmAll It doesn't work out very well.]]
** The [[WebAnimation/StrongBadEmail]] "[[Recap/Strong BadEmailE141DeathMetal death metal]]" has a Teen Girl Squad scene where fictional death metal band Brainkreig is shown to compete in "The Battle of the Crappy High School Bands".
* BearyFunny: In Issue 11, What's Her Face and The Ugly One join Counselor Shortshorts in singing "a warbly campfire song" about a "Chumbly Wumbly Bear".



* BellyFlopCrushing: In Issue 7, while kiddie Cheerleader is trying to convince the others that [[ItMakesJustAsMuchSenseInContext her house has a hundred bafrooms,]] a fat wrestler (who [[{{Expy}} bears a likeness]] to [[Professional Wrestling professional wrestler]] King Kong Bundy) appears out of nowhere to squish her.



* BottomlessPit: The girls' school has a bottomless pit (named after its sports team, of course). So-and-So falls in and gets stuck.

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* BottomlessPit: The girls' school has a bottomless pit (named after its sports team, of course). So-and-So So and So falls in and gets stuck.



%%* CoolLoser: What's Her Face was once the page image for that trope.

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%%* * CoolLoser: What's Her Face Face. Her [[DeadpanSnarker sense of snark]], [[OnlySaneMan common sense]], and {{Woobie}} status have made her [[UnpopularPopularCharacter the most popular of the Squad within the fandom]]. Hell, she was once the page image for that trope.the CoolLoser page at one point. Given these traits, you start to wonder why she isn't popular in-universe as well.



* EatTheEvidence: Towards the end of Issue 10, Strong Bad is caught trying to make out with a drawing of the "[[SheCleansUpNicely Hotgly One]]", and tries to save face by claiming the picture is a piece of pizza and stuffing it into his mouth. Strong Sad isn't fooled for a moment.
-->'''Strong Sad:''' Uh, Strong Bad, were you just first-basin' it with that piece of loose-leaf?



* ExternalCombustion: In [[VideoGame/StrongBadsCoolGameForAttractivePeople Homestar Ruiner]]'s Teen Girl Squad segment, using the car on What's Her Face at the right time, it will reveal that her dad bought her a new car "at a guh'ment auction" that turns out to be rigged with a car bomb. "A SPLODE!"



* FirstNameUltimatum: In Issue 11, So and So refers to her stepmom, Judith So-and-So-erson, as "''Judith''" in a very sneering tone.
* ForceFeeding: In Issue 13, after Tompkins tries to convince his mother that he doesn't need a babysitter, she admonishes him that he can't even take care of his virtual pet. Cut to Tompkins' Game Boy, where a cartoonishly bloated blob (next to an indicator saying "Food: 600%") is begs Tompkins to stop feeding him. Tompkins just laughs and keeps pushing buttons.
* ForeignCultureFetish: Japanese Culture Greg, who is [[ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin exactly who you'd]] [[OccidentalOtaku think he'd be]].



* GarageBand: Brainkrieg, who play out of a garage in "[[HalloweenEpisode Decomposing Pumpkins]]".
* GeekPhysiques: Of the Gregs, Open Source Greg is fat while the other three are skinny.



* GiverOfLameNames:
** Strong Bad, [[Recap/StrongBadEmailE53Comic rather than use the names of Brittany's friends that were included in her email]], he instead opted to give the girls their [[UnfortunateName woefully generic names]] while writing the first issue.
** In [[VideoGame/StrongBadsCoolGameForAttractivePeople Strong Badia the Free]]'s ''Cave Girl Squad'', you can have a member of the Squad attempt to name a cat "Miss Jumblepuddins". Then the cat's mother -- a saber-toothed tiger -- appears and eats the girl for giving her cub a lame name.



* [[SheIsNotMyGirlfriend He is Not My Boyfriend]]: After Cheerleader's death in Issue 9, [[AndThereWasMuchRejoicing What's Her Face expresses joy]] over how she can date Sci-Fi Greg again now that Cheerleader's gone. [[RelationshipRevolvingDoor However]], come "4 Gregs"...
-->'''What's Her Face:''' ''[laughing]'' Those Gregs are such losers!
-->''[cut to the Gregs]''
-->'''Sci-Fi Greg:''' Hey! No way! What's Her Face would totally come to my defense!
-->''[cut back to the girls]''
-->'''What's Her Face:''' Eww! Don't put that! No I wouldn't!
* HelicopterBlender: In ''[[StrongBadsCoolGameForAttractivePeople Teen Girl Squad Meets Limozeen]]'', this happens to What's Her Face after Perry kicks her out of the stadium and into the air.



* HoldUpYourScore: In Issue 6, the Arrow'd Guy and two others hold up signs with scores on them as each of the girls jump into the lion's mouth.



* HormoneAddledTeenager: All four girls qualify, but Cheerleader in particular is an example, perhaps to the point of parody. Her desperate attempts to get "several boys" almost always result in disaster.
* HumanPincushion: The Ugly One becomes this in Issue 1 after getting ARROW'D by the Arrow'd Guy.



* ILied: Inverted in Issue 15: Manolios Ugly One warns D'n'D Greg not to lay a finger on his daughter or he will "gut [him] like sheep." A sheep, with its innards removed, appears to say, "It's not so bad!" In the end, Manolios makes good on his threat, after which D n' D Greg exclaims, "Sheep, you lied!"

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* IJustLikeSayingTheWord: In Issue 14.
-->'''Cheerleader:''' Oh boy, girls! Boys!
-->'''What's Her Face:''' Uh, what about them?
-->'''Cheerleader:''' Nothing, really. I just like to say the word. ''[[[WingdingEyes making a]] [[ManiacTongue weird face]]]'' ...Boys.
* IJustWantToBeYou: The Ugly One's title card description in Issue 6 is "Wants to be Cheerleader".
* ILied: Inverted in Issue 15: Manolios Ugly One warns D'n'D D n' D Greg not to lay a finger on his daughter or he will "gut [him] like sheep." A sheep, with its innards removed, appears to say, "It's not so bad!" In the end, Manolios makes good on his threat, after which D n' D Greg exclaims, "Sheep, you lied!"lied!"
* IMissMom: One of the Olda Boys in Issue 5. However, in this case it seems that she's alive and well; the guy is just on vacation.


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* LeetLingo: The girls talk in leetspeak on occasion, particularly in some of the older issues. Also, the page title of the [[http://www.homestarrunner.com/tgsmenu.html Teen Girl Squad Menu]] is "T33n G1rl Squ4dx0rx!!11".


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* MadLibsCatchPhrase: The "[[OwMyBodyPart Ow! My X!]] and "[SOMETHING]'D!" [[RunningGag Running Gags]].


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* MeaningfulName: Each of the Gregs are named after what their nerdy obsession happens to be.


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* NonIndicativeName: Despite her name, whether Cheerleader actually ''is'' a cheerleader is inconsistent. In "4 Gregs", she explains that she's more a cheerleader in they way she dresses and treats other girls. However, in Issue 15, after being thrown into the air by Cheerleader Brian, she claims that she's "off-duty"; and in [[VideoGame/StrongBadsCoolGameForAttractivePeople Homestar Ruiner]]'s Teen Girl Squad segment, if you give her the megaphone at the right moment, she will actually lead a cheer.


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* OstrichHeadHiding: In Issue 5, [[{{Cloudcuckoolander}} The Ugly One]] burrows her head into the sand because she's too nervous to go up and talk to the Olda Boys.


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* PerfectlyCromulentWord: The name of Peacey P's album, "[[{{Portmanteau}} Deliberance]]".


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* PictureDay: In Issue 14, it's revealed that the school picture day was scheduled on the same day as Tape-a-Dead-Thing-to-Your-Face-Day.


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* RebusBubble: Keeping in line with her DitzyGenius characterization, So and So has one in the Decemberween special while deciding whether or not to jump into the lion's mouth.
-->"Let's see... Lion's mouth + Decemberween present ÷ peer pressure × height, equals... TRIPLE SALCHOW!"


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* SeverelySpecializedStore: In Issue 13, So and So gets a summer job at a place called Shirt Folding Store, which is located in a mall. We later get a glimpse of the rest of the mall, which contains other stores such as Jean Folding Store and [[GettingCrapPastTheRadar Thong Folding Store]].


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* SpeakingLikeTotallyTeen: In Issue 11, Camp Counselor Shortshorts tries to convince The Ugly One and What's Her Face that he's hip and cool -- and fails miserably.
-->'''Camp Counselor Shortshorts:''' Okay, girls. I'm Camp Counselor Shortshorts. Now, before you ask, "Who's this square?", listen to this: SCHA-WING! {{NOT}}!!! WHO LET THE DOGS OUT!!
-->'''The Ugly One:''' Buh--
-->'''What's Her Face:''' --arf.


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* StickFigureAnimation


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* ThemeTuneRollCall: OncePerEpisode.
-->"Cheerleader! So and So! What's Her Face! The Ugly One!"


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* TotallyRadical: Done deliberately in Issue 10 with the girls' title card descriptions. "Radacious Bodadical Raspberry Blue!"


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* UnexplainedRecovery: Most (if not all) of the girls are either dead or have sustained serious injury by the end of each issue. However, as noted above, [[StatusQuoIsGod they're always back]] [[ResetButton for the next one]], as if nothing had ever happened.


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* VerbalTic: Japanese Culture Greg has a habit of inserting lots of GratuitousJapanese into his sentences.
* VisualPun: Scantron in Issue 14 -- the [[Anime/Voltron Voltron-esque]] identity So and So assumes while she takes her final exams -- whose name is a pun on [[https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Optical_answer_sheet actual scantron sheets]].


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* WeirdSun: The sun randomly turns into a buzzsaw in Issue 3 to [[RunningGag kill some birds]] that were part of the background.
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-->''Narrator Strong Bad:'' ROADIE MISCOMMUNICATION BREAKDOWN????!

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-->''Narrator -->'''Narrator Strong Bad:'' Bad:''' ROADIE MISCOMMUNICATION BREAKDOWN????!



-->''What's Her Face:'' Can I not get stuck playing bass?
-->''The other girls:'' NO WAY!!

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-->''What's -->'''What's Her Face:'' Face:''' Can I not get stuck playing bass?
-->''The -->'''The other girls:'' girls:''' NO WAY!!
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** In Issue 15, when Manolios Ugly One tells [[TabletopGame/DungeonsAndDragons Dn'D]] Greg to not lay a finger on his daughter (or he'll gut him like a sheep), a random gutted sheep says that it isn't so bad... when it turns out to be bad.

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** In Issue 15, when Manolios Ugly One tells [[TabletopGame/DungeonsAndDragons Dn'D]] D n' D]] Greg to not lay a finger on his daughter (or he'll gut him like a sheep), a random gutted sheep says that it isn't so bad... when it turns out to be bad.



* DigitalAvatar: In Issue #15, Open-Source Greg sends a game avatar to the prom "in his stead". [[MST3KMantra Don't even try to wrap your head around that.]]

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* DigitalAvatar: In Issue #15, Open-Source Open Source Greg sends a game avatar to the prom "in his stead". [[MST3KMantra Don't even try to wrap your head around that.]]



* DrivenToSuicide: In Issue 13, So-And-So elects to throw herself in the garbage disposal rather than [[CallBack go back to jail]].

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* DrivenToSuicide: In Issue 13, So-And-So So and So elects to throw herself in the garbage disposal rather than [[CallBack go back to jail]].



'''So-And-So:''' (''triumphantly, leaping into the air'') You'll find me in the reference section!

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'''So-And-So:''' '''So and So:''' (''triumphantly, leaping into the air'') You'll find me in the reference section!



-->"ROADIE MISCOMMUNICATION BREAKDOWN????!"

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-->"ROADIE -->''Narrator Strong Bad:'' ROADIE MISCOMMUNICATION BREAKDOWN????!"BREAKDOWN????!



-->What's Her Face: "Can I not get stuck playing bass?"
-->The other girls: "NO WAY!!"

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-->What's -->''What's Her Face: "Can Face:'' Can I not get stuck playing bass?"
-->The
bass?
-->''The
other girls: "NO WAY!!"girls:'' NO WAY!!



** And Dn'D Greg looks awful good in a tux in issue 15.

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** And Dn'D D n' D Greg looks awful good in a tux in issue 15.



-->'''Wireless Wizard:''' "Texting from a few feet away? FOR SHAME!"

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-->'''Wireless Wizard:''' "Texting Texting from a few feet away? FOR SHAME!"SHAME!



--> '''So And So:''' "You guys, I think this might be the start of a kinder, gentler squad of teen girls."

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--> '''So And and So:''' "You You guys, I think this might be the start of a kinder, gentler squad of teen girls."
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* AlphaBitch: Cheerleader is extremely vain, shallow, and bossy.

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* AlphaBitch: Cheerleader is extremely vain, vain and shallow, and bossy.berates the other girls constantly. [[SubvertedTrope However]], as noted above, her popularity is all in her head. Most of the boys she tries to hit on seem to think of her as an AbhorrentAdmirer, and the rest of the squad resents her -- when she gets run over by a car in Issue 9, [[AndThereWasMuchRejoicing they all celebrate her death]] and how they can now act like themselves again.



-->'''D n'D Greg:''' Into the dragon's lair?

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-->'''D n'D n' D Greg:''' Into the dragon's lair?



** Science-Fiction Greg brags about his experience points going 'into the triple digits' as if it were a big achievement. In most versions of D&D, characters become level two at 1000 experience points, meaning any triple digits value is still a level one character. Justified as an in-universe example, since D'n'D Greg accuses him of biting his style, implying he doesn't actually know as much about fantasy as he does about sci-fi.

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** Science-Fiction Greg brags about his experience points going 'into the triple digits' as if it were a big achievement. In most versions of D&D, characters become level two at 1000 experience points, meaning any triple digits value is still a level one character. Justified as an in-universe example, since D'n'D D n' D Greg accuses him of biting his style, implying he doesn't actually know as much about fantasy as he does about sci-fi.



* AttractivenessDiscrimination: What's Her Face seems to get this a lot for her [[HollywoodDressCode slovenly appearance]]. In Issue 5, the girls refer to her in a postcard as "the one with baggy pants", and in ''[[VideoGame/StrongBadsCoolGameForAttractivePeople Teen Girl Squad Meets Limozeen]]'' one of the band members says to her that she's "never gonna date a rock star with baggy jeans like that".
* BaldOfEvil: The Arrow'd Guy, a frequent tormenter of the girls, is a balding man.



--->'''D'n'D Greg''': (gutted) [[LampshadeHanging Owww! Sheep, you lied!]]

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--->'''D'n'D --->'''D n' D Greg''': (gutted) [[LampshadeHanging Owww! Sheep, you lied!]]



* BrownNote: In ''[[VideoGame/StrongBadsCoolGameForAttractivePeople Teen Girl Squad Meets Limozeen]]'', Gary Palaroncini kills Cheerleader by playing a guitar solo.



* ChirpingCrickets: Used briefly in ''4 Gregs'' after D n'D Greg's out-of-nowhere explanation of football.

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* ChirpingCrickets: Used briefly in ''4 Gregs'' after D n'D n' D Greg's out-of-nowhere explanation of football.



'''D'n'D Greg:''' Fantasy football still counts as fantasy!

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'''D'n'D '''D n' D Greg:''' Fantasy football still counts as fantasy!



%%* {{Cloudcuckoolander}}: The Ugly One
* ContinuityNod: In a rare example, Issue #13 references So And So's incarceration in Issue #11.

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%%* * {{Cloudcuckoolander}}: The Ugly One
One, whose grip on reality is tenuous at best. She's done things such as stick her head in the sand when nervous, and her title card descriptions mostly consist of puns and non-sequiturs; one even explicitly states she's "actually crazy."
* ContinuityNod: In a rare example, Issue #13 references So And and So's incarceration in Issue #11.



* DemotedToExtra: Tompkins's was originally a major recurring character for a few issues until the Gregs were introduced and he gradually stopped appearing. An easter egg in Issue 15 lampshades that "there was a time where [he] would've been massacred as one of those girls' prom dates".



* FourGirlEnsemble: Cheerleader is the pretty one, So and So is the smart one, What's Her Face is the tomboy, and The Ugly One is the naive one. The roles are blurred a bit, since What's Her Face tends to have more common sense than So-and-So.

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* FourGirlEnsemble: Cheerleader is the pretty one, So and So is the smart one, What's Her Face is the tomboy, and The Ugly One is the naive one. The roles are blurred a bit, since What's Her Face tends to have more common sense than So-and-So.So and So.



%%* GirlishPigtails: Cheerleader.

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%%* * GeekyTurnOn: In Issue 9, What's Her Face is overjoyed that she can date [[ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin Sci-Fi Greg]] again after Cheerleader dies.
* [[GenkiGirl Genki Guy]]: Cheerleader Brian is always smiling, waving his arms around, and excitedly shouting about "[[CatchPhrase SPIRIT!]]". He seems genuinely caught off-guard when Cheerleader barks at him to "shut it off", too.
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GirlishPigtails: Cheerleader.Cheerleader, whose pigtails make her look innocent; though, [[InvertedTrope she is far from that]].



* TheGreys: Thomas is one of these.



* GuttedLikeAFish: Manolios Ugly One, The Ugly One's father, threatens to gut D'n'D Greg like a sheep if he lays a hand on The Ugly One.

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* GuttedLikeAFish: Manolios Ugly One, The Ugly One's father, threatens to gut D'n'D D n' D Greg like a sheep if he lays a hand on The Ugly One.



* HiddenDepths: D'n'D Greg turns out to be very knowledgeable about football. The other Gregs are surprised by this, but he explains that fantasy football is still 'fantasy'.

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* HiddenDepths: D'n'D D n' D Greg turns out to be very knowledgeable about football. The other Gregs are surprised by this, but he explains that fantasy football is still 'fantasy'.



* ILied: Inverted in Issue 15: Manolios Ugly One warns D'n'D Greg not to lay a finger on his daughter or he will "gut [him] like sheep." A sheep, with its innards removed, appears to say, "It's not so bad!" In the end, Manolios makes good on his threat, after which D'n'D Greg exclaims, "Sheep, you lied!"
* INeedToGoIronMyDog: Cheerleader's excuse to get out of going to The Ugly One's sweet someteen birthday party is to claim the Olympics are that night.
** Also, in the Decemberween Special, What's Her Face's reason for not jumping into the lion's mouth is because she's vegan.

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* ILied: Inverted in Issue 15: Manolios Ugly One warns D'n'D Greg not to lay a finger on his daughter or he will "gut [him] like sheep." A sheep, with its innards removed, appears to say, "It's not so bad!" In the end, Manolios makes good on his threat, after which D'n'D D n' D Greg exclaims, "Sheep, you lied!"
* INeedToGoIronMyDog: INeedToGoIronMyDog:
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Cheerleader's excuse to get out of going to The Ugly One's sweet someteen birthday party is to claim the Olympics are that night.
** Also, in In the Decemberween Special, What's Her Face's reason for not jumping Face refuses to jump into the lion's mouth is because she's vegan.



* IsItSomethingYouEat: In Issue 15, three of the girls start fighting over how much each of their prom dresses costed. Meanwhile, tomboyish What's Her Face interrupts the argument to ask whether "this 'dress' [they] speak of" is a food.



* {{Mondegreen}}: Towards the beginning of ''[[VideoGame/StrongBadsCoolGameForAttractivePeople Teen Girl Squad Meets Limozeen]]'', So and So remarks that she wants to sing back-up. However, the Limozeen bus driver [[PoorCommunicationKills only hears the "back-up" part and backs up the tour bus, crushing her.]]
-->"ROADIE MISCOMMUNICATION BREAKDOWN????!"



* NobodyLovesTheBassist: Lampshaded in Issue 8 when the girls try to form a band.
-->What's Her Face: "Can I not get stuck playing bass?"
-->The other girls: "NO WAY!!"



%%* NoRespectGuy: What's Her Face

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%%* * NoRespectGuy: What's Her FaceFace is [[OnlySaneMan the only one with any sort of common sense whatsoever]], being [[DeadpanSnarker prone to sarcasm]] and the only one of the Squad who isn't a mindless follower of Cheerleader. However, the other girls [[TheFriendNobodyLikes only seem to put up with her out of pity]] and she's always the one they are likely to ignore or exclude from group activities. Other characters don't treat her too well, either.



* OneSteveLimit: Averted with the Gregs. There's Sci-Fi Greg, D'n'D Greg, Open Source Greg and Japanese Culture Greg. In the 4 Gregs spinoff, D'n'D Greg also beats on a school mascot that turns out to be Regular Greg.

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* OneSteveLimit: Averted with the Gregs. There's Sci-Fi Greg, D'n'D D n' D Greg, Open Source Greg and Japanese Culture Greg. In the 4 Gregs spinoff, D'n'D Greg also beats on a school mascot that turns out to be Regular Greg.



* OverprotectiveDad: Manolios Ugly One. In Issue 15, he threatens D'n'D Greg with "[[TwerpSweating You lay one finger on my daughter, I gut you like sheep.]]"

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* OverprotectiveDad: Manolios Ugly One. In Issue 15, he threatens D'n'D D n' D Greg with "[[TwerpSweating You lay one finger on my daughter, I gut you like sheep.]]"



* RelationshipSabotage: It is heavily implied that Cheerleader forced What's Her Face to dump Sci-Fi Greg at one point. Once Cheerleader dies in Issue 9, What's Her Face is elated that she can date him again.



* ShownTheirWork: All of Dn'D Greg's references to ''TabletopGame/DungeonsAndDragons'' are accurate and well-researched. Other characters', not so much.

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* ShownTheirWork: All of Dn'D D n' D Greg's references to ''TabletopGame/DungeonsAndDragons'' are accurate and well-researched. Other characters', not so much.



%%* [[DistaffCounterpart Spear Counterpart]]: The four Gregs.

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%%* * [[DistaffCounterpart Spear Counterpart]]: The four Gregs.Gregs to the Teen Girl Squad.


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* WingdingEyes: The crazy learner's permit girl from Issue 9 has scribbly spirals for eyes.
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