History WebAnimation / TeenGirlSquad

11th Dec '17 9:38:42 AM Wynauttica
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** In Issue 5, the girls go on vacation and leave What's Her Face behind. At the beginning of the issue, What's Her Face gets a postcard from them:
--->We're on SPRING BREAK!! We tried to call you but we forgot.



* 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: HiddenDepths:
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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'.'fantasy'.
** HiddenDepths: An EasterEgg in "[[Recap/StrongBadEmailE141DeathMetal death metal]]" shows that Cheerleader is a fan of death metal, much to the surprise of What's Her Face.



* HollywoodHomely: The Ugly One, despite her name, isn't really that ugly compared to the other characters. However, she compensates by being [[ThePigPen unhygienic]], [[{{Cloudcuckoolander}} eccentric]], and generally off-putting.



* UnusualEuphemism: Two instances:

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* UnusualEuphemism: Two Three instances:


Added DiffLines:

** In ''Homestar Ruiner,'' giving The Ugly One the candy bar in either of the first two scenes causes a fish to jump up and eat it out of her hand. Her response: "Aw, Leonard! [[OhNoNotAgain Not again!]]"
3rd Nov '17 9:24:42 AM Wynauttica
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-->''What's Her Face:''' Old papers, old pencils, old ''person...'' (''pulls Mr. Pitters out of her locker'')\\

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-->''What's -->'''What's Her Face:''' Old papers, old pencils, old ''person...'' (''pulls ''[pulls Mr. Pitters out of her locker'')\\locker]''\\
3rd Nov '17 3:24:06 AM Andyroid
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-->'''Wireless Wizard:''' [...] what's this other text mess?
-->'''Cheerleader:''' That's a frontways Cupid.
-->'''Wireless Wizard:''' Looks more like a USB dongle goblin!

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-->'''Class Prez:''' Whaddaya mean I'm less than B?

-->'''Wireless Wizard:''' [...] what's this other text mess?
-->'''Cheerleader:'''
mess?\\
'''Cheerleader:'''
That's a frontways Cupid.
-->'''Wireless
Cupid.\\
'''Wireless
Wizard:''' Looks more like a USB dongle goblin!
2nd Nov '17 6:35:54 AM Andyroid
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-->Old papers, old pencils, old ''person...''

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-->Old -->''What's Her Face:''' Old papers, old pencils, old ''person...'''' (''pulls Mr. Pitters out of her locker'')\\
'''Mr. Pitters:''' (''hastily'') I left a check for last month's rent on the table!



%%* ChooseYourOwnAdventure:
%%** ''[[VideoGame/StrongBadsCoolGameForAttractivePeople Homestar Ruiner]]'''s ''Teen Girl Squad''.
%%** ''[[VideoGame/StrongBadsCoolGameForAttractivePeople Strong Badia the Free]]'''s ''Cave Girl Squad''.

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%%* ChooseYourOwnAdventure:
%%** ''[[VideoGame/StrongBadsCoolGameForAttractivePeople Homestar Ruiner]]'''s
* ChooseYourOwnAdventure: The ''Teen Girl Squad''.
%%** ''[[VideoGame/StrongBadsCoolGameForAttractivePeople Strong Badia the Free]]'''s
Squad'' and ''Cave Girl Squad''.Squad'' segments from the first two episodes of ''VideoGame/StrongBadsCoolGameForAttractivePeople'' allow players to make up their own Teen Girl Squad adventures by selecting items to see how they interact with the girls (and hopefully kill them off in a way that amuses Strong Bad).



* DepartmentOfRedundancyDepartment: In [[HalloweenSpecial ''Decomposing Pumpkins'']], the drummer's shirt reads "drummers play a drum."

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* DepartmentOfRedundancyDepartment: In [[HalloweenSpecial ''Decomposing Pumpkins'']], ''[[HalloweenSpecial Decomposing Pumpkins]]'', the drummer's shirt reads "drummers play a drum."



* {{Emoticon}}: PlayedForLaughs in Issue 12. While Cheerleader is texting with the class president, she attempts to enter an emoticon that is supposed to look like a heart and a frontways cupid: '''<B >KO)->''' However, neither the Class Prez nor the Wireless Wizard can understand it.

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* {{Emoticon}}: PlayedForLaughs in Issue 12. While Cheerleader is texting with the class president, she attempts to enter an emoticon that is supposed to look like a heart and a frontways cupid: "frontways cupid": '''<B >KO)->''' However, neither the Class Prez nor the Wireless Wizard can understand it.



* EverythingsBetterWithPenguins: In the ''Teen Girl Squad'' segment of [[VideoGame/StrongBadsCoolGameForAttractivePeople Homestar Ruiner]], you can have a robot penguin appear out of nowhere and [[FrickinLaserBeams [=GuesswhatVOIP=]]] The Ugly One for no apparent reason.

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* EverythingsBetterWithPenguins: In the ''Teen Girl Squad'' segment of [[VideoGame/StrongBadsCoolGameForAttractivePeople Homestar Ruiner]], you can have a robot penguin appear out of nowhere and [[FrickinLaserBeams [=GuesswhatVOIP=]]] The Ugly One for no apparent reason.[[FelonyMisdemeanor smuggling a candy bar "past concession stand security"]].



* FamilyUnfriendlyViolence: Several deaths are shown as graphic as you can get in poorly drawn stick figures, like an old guy's remains being exposed as he is eaten by vultures in Issue 9, or the tenthiversary issue where What's Her Face gets lathed.
* FirstNameUltimatum: In Issue 11, So and So refers to her stepmom, Judith So-and-So-erson, as "''Judith''" in a very sneering tone.

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* FamilyUnfriendlyViolence: Several deaths are shown as graphic as you can get in poorly drawn stick figures, like an old guy's remains being exposed as he is eaten by vultures in Issue 9, or the tenthiversary issue where What's Her Face [[HalfTheManHeUsedToBe gets lathed.
lathed in two]].
* FirstNameUltimatum: FirstNameBasis: In Issue 11, So and So refers to her stepmom, Judith So-and-So-erson, as "''Judith''" in a very sneering tone.
27th Oct '17 7:01:51 PM Wynauttica
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* AwLookTheyReallyDoLoveEachOther: A platonic example. It's well-established early on in the series that [[AlphaBitch Cheerleader]] and [[CoolLoser What's Her Face]] have a particularly strained relationship, with Cheerleader frequently finding ways to exclude What's Her Face from things the Squad does together (such as going to the mall in Issue 3 or a trip to the beach in Issue 5). However, a TGS-themed EasterEgg in "[[StrongBadEmailE141DeathMetal death metal]]" shows the two genuinely getting along.

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* AwLookTheyReallyDoLoveEachOther: A platonic example. It's well-established early on in the series that [[AlphaBitch Cheerleader]] and [[CoolLoser What's Her Face]] have a particularly strained relationship, with Cheerleader frequently finding ways to exclude What's Her Face from things the Squad does together (such as going to the mall in Issue 3 or a trip to the beach in Issue 5). However, a TGS-themed EasterEgg in "[[StrongBadEmailE141DeathMetal "[[Recap/StrongBadEmailE141DeathMetal death metal]]" shows the two genuinely getting along.



* BigManOnCampus: Parodied with Quarterman, an apparently well-liked quarterback who, at the end of Issue 14, comes to The Ugly One's rescue after some seniors play pranks on her. He then confesses his love to her and asks her to accompany him [[LampshadeHanging to the end credits]] after quoting a [[MeaninglessMeaningfulWords particularly confusing line]] from Film/HighSchoolMusical -- a total parody of [[ICantBelieveAGuyLikeYouWouldNoticeMe the ending of many a cliché high school story]].

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* BigManOnCampus: Parodied with Quarterman, an apparently well-liked quarterback who, at the end of Issue 14, comes to The Ugly One's rescue after some seniors play pranks on her. He then confesses his love to her and asks her to accompany him [[LampshadeHanging to the end credits]] after quoting a [[MeaninglessMeaningfulWords particularly confusing line]] from Film/HighSchoolMusical ''Film/HighSchoolMusical'' -- a total parody of [[ICantBelieveAGuyLikeYouWouldNoticeMe the ending of many a cliché high school story]].



* BreadMilkEggsSquick: What's Her Face decides to clean out her locker in Issue 14, throwing things out of her locker as she names them.

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* BreadMilkEggsSquick: BreadEggsMilkSquick: What's Her Face decides to clean out her locker in Issue 14, throwing things out of her locker as she names them.



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

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* BrownNote: In ''[[VideoGame/StrongBadsCoolGameForAttractivePeople Teen Girl Squad Meets Limozeen]]'', Gary Palaroncini kills Cheerleader by playing a guitar solo.
24th Oct '17 2:11:23 PM Wynauttica
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* BigManOnCampus: Parodied with Quarterman, an apparently well-liked quarterback who, at the end of Issue 14, comes to The Ugly One's rescue after some seniors play pranks on her. He then confesses his love to her and asks her to accompany him [[LampshadeHanding to the end credits]] after quoting a [[MeaninglessMeaningfulWords particularly confusing line]] from Film/HighSchoolMusical -- a total parody of [[ICan'tBelieveAGuyLikeYouWouldNoticeMe the ending of many a cliché high school story]].

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* BigManOnCampus: Parodied with Quarterman, an apparently well-liked quarterback who, at the end of Issue 14, comes to The Ugly One's rescue after some seniors play pranks on her. He then confesses his love to her and asks her to accompany him [[LampshadeHanding [[LampshadeHanging to the end credits]] after quoting a [[MeaninglessMeaningfulWords particularly confusing line]] from Film/HighSchoolMusical -- a total parody of [[ICan'tBelieveAGuyLikeYouWouldNoticeMe [[ICantBelieveAGuyLikeYouWouldNoticeMe the ending of many a cliché high school story]].
24th Oct '17 2:01:23 PM Wynauttica
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%%* AllCheeringAllTheTime: Cheerleader Brian

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%%* * AllCheeringAllTheTime: Cheerleader BrianBrian, whose constant cheering ''at the prom'' ends up frustrating, and [[TheyKilledKennyAgain ultimately killing, Cheerleader]].



* 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.



* AreYouPonderingWhatImPondering: Issue 8 opens with the girls listening to the opening announcements, which mentions that the day's lunch is "a breadtangle of pizza", Tompkins is being called to the principal's office, and there's a BattleOfTheBands coming up.
-->'''Cheerleader:''' You hear that, girls?
-->'''What's Her Face:''' [[ComicallyMissingThePoint Pizza belongs in a triangle!]]
-->'''So and So:''' That Tompkins is [[AllGirlsWantBadBoys such a renegade]]!
-->'''Cheerleader:''' No, yous guys! The Battle of the Bands!



* AwLookTheyReallyDoLoveEachOther: A platonic example. It's well-established early on in the series that [[AlphaBitch Cheerleader]] and [[CoolLoser What's Her Face]] have a particularly strained relationship, with Cheerleader frequently finding ways to exclude What's Her Face from things the Squad does together (such as going to the mall in Issue 3 or a trip to the beach in Issue 5). However, a TGS-themed EasterEgg in "[[StrongBadEmailE141DeathMetal death metal]]" shows the two genuinely getting along.
-->'''What's Her Face:''' ''{looking pleased and surprised}'' Cheerleader! Are you here to see Brainkrieg?
-->'''Cheerleader:''' [[JustForFun/ComeForTheXStayForTheY I come for the wuggas, but stay for the jiggy juggas.]]
-->''{they smile at each other}''



* BigManOnCampus: Parodied with Quarterman, an apparently well-liked quarterback who, at the end of Issue 14, comes to The Ugly One's rescue after some seniors play pranks on her. He then confesses his love to her and asks her to accompany him [[LampshadeHanding to the end credits]] after quoting a [[MeaninglessMeaningfulWords particularly confusing line]] from Film/HighSchoolMusical -- a total parody of [[ICan'tBelieveAGuyLikeYouWouldNoticeMe the ending of many a cliché high school story]].
* BigShutUp: In Issue 4, What's Her Face and The Ugly One get squashed by a heavy weight and a sack of potatoes after making a joke about [[LoserArchetype how cool they are]]. A later EasterEgg shows this exchange between them:
-->'''What's Her Face:''' Heh, [[TemptingFate we really are coo--]]
-->'''The Ugly One:''' Shut up!



%%* GirlOfTheWeek: Most of the Girls' boyfriends, though Sci-Fi Greg and What's Her Face seem to have a more off-and-on relationship.

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%%* GirlOfTheWeek: Most of the Girls' boyfriends, though Sci-Fi Greg and * BrandX: In Issue 13, What's Her Face seem grabs a can of Diet Brown soda out of one of the pantries before being interrupted by So and So.
* BreadMilkEggsSquick: What's Her Face decides
to have clean out her locker in Issue 14, throwing things out of her locker as she names them.
-->Old papers, old pencils, old ''person...''
* BrokeTheRatingScale: In Issue 6, Cheerleader's jump into the lion's mouth earns her
a more off-and-on relationship."3 noses?".



* CardiovascularLove: PlayedForLaughs in Issue 4. While So and So is thinking about her [[ItMakesJustAsMuchSenseInContext imaginary boyfriend Brett Bretterson]], one of the small hearts that appears over her head gets pierced with an arrow and shouts in pain.



-->'''Sci-Fi Greg:''' It's like I don't even know you anymore.\\
'''D n' D Greg:''' Fantasy football still counts as fantasy!

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-->'''Sci-Fi Greg:''' It's like I don't even know you anymore.\\
'''D
anymore.
-->'''D
n' D Greg:''' Fantasy football still counts as fantasy!



* CollegeRadio: It's well-established that [[Recap/StrongBadEmailE120Radio Strong Bad does not like college radio]]. This carries over into this series as a BrickJoke of sorts and shows up twice:
** What's Her Face's title card descriptions are intended to paint her as awkward and uncool. Her description in Issue 8 was "college radio!"
** In ''[[VideoGame/StrongBadsCoolGameForAttractivePeople Teen Girl Squad Meets Limozeen!]]'', Perry mockingly suggests to What's Her Face that she should "just go listen to some college music in an abandoned warehouse or something" and punts her after she claims to not liking [[HairMetal the kind of music Limozeen plays]].



* {{Emoticon}}: PlayedForLaughs in Issue 12. While Cheerleader is texting with the class president, she attempts to enter an emoticon that is supposed to look like a heart and a frontways cupid: '''<B >KO)->''' However, neither the Class Prez nor the Wireless Wizard can understand it.
-->'''Wireless Wizard:''' [...] what's this other text mess?
-->'''Cheerleader:''' That's a frontways Cupid.
-->'''Wireless Wizard:''' Looks more like a USB dongle goblin!



* EverythingsBetterWithPenguins: In the ''Teen Girl Squad'' segment of [[VideoGame/StrongBadsCoolGameForAttractivePeople Homestar Ruiner]], you can have a robot penguin appear out of nowhere and [[FrickinLaserBeams [=GuesswhatVOIP=]]] The Ugly One for no apparent reason.



* 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!"

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* EverythingsBetterWithSpinning: Issue 10 is full of this trope. After the camera does a [[AnimationBump 360-degree spin around the girls]] twice, What's Her Face doesn't stop spinning and stays that way until her death later on in the issue. [[WordOfGod The Brothers Chaps have admitted to leaving her spinning]] so they could get more use out of the animation, which apparently took a long time to make.
* ExcitedShowTitle: [[VideoGame/StrongBadsCoolGameForAttractivePeople Teen Girl Squad Meets Limozeen!]]
* ExternalCombustion: In [[VideoGame/StrongBadsCoolGameForAttractivePeople Homestar Ruiner]]'s Teen Girl Squad segment, using if you use 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!"



* GagCensor: The words on Olympic Man's shirt in Issue 13 are blurred out, parodying the ClumsyCopyrightCensorship used in many rap videos of the '90s and early 2000s.



%%* GirlOfTheWeek: Most of the Girls' boyfriends, though Sci-Fi Greg and What's Her Face seem to have a more off-and-on relationship.



* AGoodNameForARockBand: Issue 12 gives us the two hipster kids who decide "She Likes Cloth" would make a good band name. Also, when the girls are forming a band, So and So suggests "Smartly Pretty", but is shot down in favour of "Kissyboots".

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* AGoodNameForARockBand: Appears twice.
** In
Issue 12 gives us the two hipster kids who decide "She Likes Cloth" would make a good band name. Also, 8, when the girls are forming a band, So and So suggests "Smartly Pretty", but is shot down in favour of "Kissyboots"."Kissyboots".
** 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.



* HalloweenEpisode: "Decomposing Pumpkins"



* HighSchool: Practically a given in a show about teenage girls.
* HighSchoolDance: The Priggidy Prizom in Issue 14.



* HypocriticalHumor: In Issue 3, Cheerleader tries on an elephant mask while at the mall and the other girls disprove. Cheerleader's response is to say that their opinions don't matter because they don't have boyfriends, despite the fact that she herself doesn't have one -- and in fact recieves the least attention from boys throughout the whole series.



* ItCameFromTheFridge: In Issue 14, What's Her Face finds a slice of cake in her locker so old, it's mutated into a giant monster that promptly eats her.



* LastSecondWordSwap: Shows up in Issue #7 while So and So and The Ugly One are playing a game.
-->Brush your teeth, comb your hair, I saw Tompkins in his under-- where're you going?



* LowerDeckEpisode: "4 Gregs" focuses on the Gregs instead of the girls.



* MajorInjuryUnderreaction: In Issue 1, What's Her Face dies after getting punted by a dinosaur. Her final words? "[[JiveTurkey Dag, yo.]]"



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

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



* NameFaceName: What's Her Face. This trope is also [[http://hrwiki.org/wiki/Names_ending_in_-face fairly common]] in the main WebAnimation/HomestarRunner universe as well.
* NameTron: Spoofed in Issue 15 in which So and So preps for final exams by turning into a robot named "[[VisualPun Scantron]]".



* PersonAsVerb: Often overlaps with the "--'d" RunningGag.
-->STEP-MOMMED!
-->[[MythologyGag POM POMMED?!]]



* PopularIsDumb: Played with. Cheerleader is arguably the most airheaded of the main cast (impressive, considering that everyone in this series is TooDumbToLive). However, while she acts as a domineering AlphaBitch to the other girls, she is nowhere near as popular as she thinks she is.



* StayingAlive: Characters die [[DiabolusExMachina ridiculous deaths]] each issue, but these deaths are [[ResetButton never permanent]].



* ThatsAllFolks: It's over!



* TheEnd: [[OncePerEpisode Most issues end with]] Strong Bad shouting "It's over!"
* ThereWasADoor: In Issue 13, Cheerleader, The Ugly One, and What's Her Face [[BigEntrance bust through the wall of Tompkins's house]] to get inside.



* TitleScream: TEEN GIRL SQUAAAAD! [[ThemeTuneRollCall CHEERLEADER! SO AND SO! WHAT'S HER FACE! THE UGLY ONE!]]
* TotallyEighteen: Issue 5 has Cheerleader, hoping to impress some college-age guys, insisting that she and So and So are in college. So and So, however, undermines this by simultaneously admitting to being in eighth grade. Cheerleader tries to backpedal by claiming that So and So is her younger sister by five years, but the boys don't buy it.
-->"I'M FIVE YEARS OLDER AND I'M IN COLLEGE!!"



* UnusualEuphemism: Two instances:
** Issue 15 has Cheerleader say to her prom date, "Feel free to get slightly less appropriate with those hands, Cheerleader Brian."
** Tompkins's {{Catchphrase}} is also an example: "Aw, peas!"



* VacationEpisode: Issue 5, which also doubles as a BeachEpisode as mentioned above.



* ValentinesDayEpisodes: Issue 12 has the girls trying to pick up "several boys" and get as many Valentine cards as they can. HilarityEnsues.



* VocalEvolution: Strong Bad's falsetto is higher pitched from Issue 6 onward. The change is most noticeable with Cheerleader's voice.

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* VocalEvolution: Strong Bad's falsetto is higher pitched from Issue 6 onward. The change is most noticeable (particularly with Cheerleader's voice.voice) from Issue 6 onward. By Issue 9 or 10, the girls also develop subtle distinctions in their voices that reflect their personalities -- Cheerleader's becomes higher pitched and peppier, So and So's stays more or less the same, What's Her Face develops a TomboyishVoice, and The Ugly One's grows more guttural.
* VoodooDoll: PlayedForLaughs in Issue 12. Early in, The Ugly One is seen sticking a series of pins into a doll resembling the Arrow'd Guy. Later on, the Arrow'd Guy jumps up from behind [[DemBones Mrs. Embalmo]] with a [[SpellMyNameWithAThe The]] Ugly One voodoo doll that he's sticking pins into.
-->"BAD JUJU!!"



* XMeetsY: ''[[VideoGame/StrongBadsCoolGameForAttractivePeople Teen Girl Squad Meets Limozeen!]]''



IT'S OVER!

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[[TheStinger IT'S OVER!OVER!]]
13th Oct '17 7:54:41 PM Wynauttica
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* CoolLoser: What's Her 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 [[https://web.archive.org/web/20100510090853/http://tvtropes.org:80/pmwiki/pmwiki.php/Main/CoolLoser the image for the CoolLoser page]] at one point. Given these traits, you start to wonder why she isn't popular in-universe as well.

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* CoolLoser: What's Her 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 [[https://web.archive.org/web/20100510090853/http://tvtropes.org:80/pmwiki/pmwiki.php/Main/CoolLoser the image for the CoolLoser Cool Loser page]] at one point. Given these traits, you start to wonder why she isn't popular in-universe as well.
13th Oct '17 7:53:39 PM Wynauttica
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* CoolLoser: What's Her 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 the image for the CoolLoser page at one point. Given these traits, you start to wonder why she isn't popular in-universe as well.

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* CoolLoser: What's Her 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 [[https://web.archive.org/web/20100510090853/http://tvtropes.org:80/pmwiki/pmwiki.php/Main/CoolLoser the image for the CoolLoser page page]] at one point. Given these traits, you start to wonder why she isn't popular in-universe as well.
6th Oct '17 2:24:18 AM Karxrida
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* BeachEpisode: Issue 5.

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* BeachEpisode: Issue 5.5 has the girls (bar What's Her Face) going to the beach to find cute college boys on Spring Break.
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