History WesternAnimation / AsToldByGinger

10th Feb '16 9:54:16 AM LastLivingKid
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* ShownTheirWork: Somebody on the writing staff grew up in Connecticut, or else put a ton of research into the setting. The subtle-but-present suggestion that the rich kids (Who make up almost the entire cast) are mostly W.A.S.P.s, and that the working class kids are mostly Catholic or Jewish is definitely TruthInTelevision.
15th Jan '16 12:38:39 PM ThorfinnRowle
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** As can Blake be to Courtney. ** Averted with Hoodsey and Dodie who rarely have been shown arguing, though they aren't shown interacting as often as Ginger and Carl or Courtney and Blake.

* AscendedExtra: Noelle Sussman, who can be seen in multiple episodes as a background character. Pretty much lampshaded by Carl when he can't recall her despite being in his class. Hope Rogers too. Her pre-makeover self can be seen in the background in plenty of episodes.
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* AscendedExtra: Noelle This show has many examples. ** Mipsy was originally just the popular girl in Courtney and Miranda's group who got slightly more lines than the others. It didn't take too long before she became TheDragon to Miranda and formed somewhat of a trio to her and Courtney. **Noelle Sussman, who can be seen in multiple episodes as a background character. Pretty much lampshaded by Carl when he can't recall her despite being in his class. ** Hope Rogers too. Her pre-makeover self can be seen in the background in plenty of episodes.
10th Jan '16 6:54:20 PM dsneybuf
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--> '''The last line from the show's opening credits'''
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--> -->-- '''The first and last line lines from the show's opening credits'''
2nd Dec '15 12:13:51 PM RAS310
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* GRatedDrug - The Mocoloco Frothinator in "Stuff'll Kill Ya."
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* GRatedDrug - GRatedDrug: ** The Mocoloco Frothinator in "Stuff'll Kill Ya."" ** In "Detention", Carl and Hoodsey partner with Blake in selling homemade tea. The leaves used in the tea are from a bush in the Foutleys' backyard and cause everyone who drinks the tea to choke. This results in the police being called to Carl's doghouse (which itself can be considered a G-rated meth lab at times) over some "bad tea in the neighborhood".

* OutOfCharacterMoment: "Wicked Game", while Dodie conspiring to break up Ginger and Darren sadly isn't that much of a stretch, Macie actually getting involved with it too is quite out of character.
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* OutOfCharacterMoment: OutOfCharacterMoment: ** "Wicked Game", while Dodie conspiring to break up Ginger and Darren sadly isn't that much of a stretch, Macie actually getting involved with it too is quite out of character.

* OutOfCharacterMoment: "Wicked Game", while ** In "Ten Chairs", Dodie conspiring to break up of all people is the one who finally convinces Ginger and Darren sadly isn't that much inviting Jonas to Thanksgiving dinner is a bad idea. Normally, given her numerous examples of ToxicFriendInfluence in the previous seasons, Dodie would have probably ''encouraged'' Ginger to do such a stretch, Macie actually getting involved with it too is quite out of character.thing.

-->'''Chet:''' Hey, Macie...Dodie.
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-->'''Chet:''' Hey, Macie... Dodie.

-->''Darren:'' Hey, Macie. Hey, Dodie. Uh, why are you wearing your Ginger wig?
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-->''Darren:'' -->'''Darren:''' Hey, Macie. Hey, Dodie. Uh, why are you wearing your Ginger wig?
1st Dec '15 7:51:49 PM toongrrl1990
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* YourTelevisionHatesYou: Happen so to Ginger in "The Wedding Frame." She is still reeling from her break-up with Darren and is hesitant about entering into a new relationship, is at home watching a music video where the curly and titian haired chanteuse is singing about being abandoned by the man she loves. This trope is soon turned Up to Eleven where Ginger soon imagines herself and Darren in place of the characters in the song and she finally drowns.
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* YourTelevisionHatesYou: Happen so to Ginger in "The Wedding Frame." She is still reeling from her break-up with Darren and is hesitant about entering into a new relationship, is at home watching a music video where the curly and titian haired chanteuse is singing about being abandoned by the man she loves. This trope is soon turned Up to Eleven where Ginger soon imagines herself and Darren in place of the characters in the song and she finally drowns.drowns. [[/folder]]
30th Nov '15 5:14:30 PM TokoWH
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-> ''Someone once told me the grass was much greener, on the other side...'' --> '''The last line from the show's opening credits'''
18th Nov '15 12:22:19 PM fearlessnikki
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* BlondeBrunetteRedhead: Ginger is redhead, Macie is brunette and Dodie is blonde. * BlondGuysAreEvil: Blake Gripling. ** He's not really evil so much as a snob. There are times he even dips into nice territory, although not as much as his sister.
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* BlondeBrunetteRedhead: Ginger is redhead, Macie is brunette and Dodie is blonde. blonde. The popular girls fill this too - Courtney is the blonde, Miranda is the brunette and Mipsy is light brown substituting for redhead. * BlondGuysAreEvil: BlondesAreEvil: The TokenEvilTeammate and DesignatedHero of Ginger's posse is blonde. Averted with Courtney, who isn't that mean. * BlondGuysAreEvil: ** Blake Gripling. ** Gripling. He's not really evil so much as a snob. There are times he even dips into nice territory, although not as much as his sister.

** Averted with Hoodsey. He's blond under that hood.
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** Averted with Hoodsey. He's blond under that hood.hood, but this trope could be the reason he covers his hair.

** Averted with Hoodsey. He's blond under that hood.* ExpositoryHairstyleChange: All three girls change their hairstyles in time for high school. In earlier episodes, Dodie would wear her hair out of pigtails if she was trying to appear more mature or popular.

* JerkJock: Darren Patterson's older brother Will.
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* JerkJock: Darren Patterson's older brother Will. Darren unfortunately bumps up to this in high school. He starts on the football team and eventually cheats on Ginger.

** In "Lunatic Lake" Macie (in an attempt to scare off a deranged escapee from an asyulm) tosses her bucket of maple sap and ends up getting [[{{Jerkass}} Joanne]]...because why not?
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** In "Lunatic Lake" Macie (in an attempt to scare off a deranged escapee from an asyulm) tosses her bucket of maple sap and ends up getting [[{{Jerkass}} Joanne]]...because why not?not? Earlier than that Joanne gets food poisoning from overindulging in stuffed clams.

** In "Lunatic Lake" Macie (in an attempt * LethalChef: Subverted when Carl tries cooking. He turns out to scare off have quite a deranged escapee from an asyulm) tosses her bucket flair for it - though his lack of maple sap and ends up getting [[{{Jerkass}} Joanne]]...because why not?hygiene makes him a quasi-example anyway.

** In "Lunatic Lake" Macie (in an attempt * MadonnaWhoreComplex: "Fast Reputation" examines the trope. Ginger gets fed up with being called a 'nice girl' and decides to scare off crash a deranged escapee from an asyulm) tosses high school party. This leads to a NotWhatItLooksLike moment where a high school boy is seeing giving her bucket back her house keys. All of maple sap and ends up getting [[{{Jerkass}} Joanne]]...because why not?a sudden Ginger has to deal with SlutShaming, including graffiti that says "Ginger Foutley is fast."

* MamaBear: Lois- she goes absolutely nuts when she finds out one Carl's teachers [[ItMakesSenseInContext tricked him into thinking he was going to die]].
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* MamaBear: MamaBear: ** Lois- she goes absolutely nuts when she finds out one Carl's teachers [[ItMakesSenseInContext tricked him into thinking he was going to die]].

* PrecociousCrush: Carl develops a crush on [[ManicPixieDreamGirl an eccentric old lady]] he met at a nursing home, even considering their friendship to be a MayDecemberRomance. He was about to propose to her with [[{{Squick}} a worm shaped into a ring]], but [[spoiler: she died suddenly at the dinner table. He keeps her gallstone as a memento of her.]]
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* PrecociousCrush: PrecociousCrush: ** Carl develops a crush on [[ManicPixieDreamGirl an eccentric old lady]] he met at a nursing home, even considering their friendship to be a MayDecemberRomance. He was about to propose to her with [[{{Squick}} a worm shaped into a ring]], but [[spoiler: she died suddenly at the dinner table. He keeps her gallstone as a memento of her.]]

* RepetitiveName: It's confirmed in "The Wedding Frame" that Dr. Dave's full name really is ''Dr. David Dave.''
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* RepetitiveName: It's confirmed in "The Wedding Frame" that Dr. Dave's full name really is ''Dr. David Dave.'''' A variation with Macie's parents - Bobby and Bobbie Lightfoot. They're also both psychologists, so they both have Dr in front of their name.

** Courtney, who's more of a [[TheBrainlessBeauty Brainless Beauty]] so her bitchiness is not really mean spirited. ** Miranda is a straighter example.
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** Courtney, who's more of Subverted with Courtney. She's a [[TheBrainlessBeauty Brainless Beauty]] so her bitchiness is not little bitchy early on but quickly proves to be SpoiledSweet. Any really mean spirited. ** Miranda spirited stuff is a straighter example.carried out by Miranda.

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** Courtney, who's more of a [[TheBrainlessBeauty Brainless Beauty]] so * WhenYouComingHomeDad: Both Macie's parents are quite distant and they even forget her bitchiness own birthday. Although uniquely for this trope they [[MyGodWhatHaveIDone are horrified]] when they realise, and the episode is not really mean spirited. ** Miranda is a straighter example.about them trying to make it up to her.
4th Nov '15 6:26:15 PM cococrisp
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* EarlyInstallmentWeirdness: The pilot episode "The Party" seems very strange when compared to the rest of the series. The art style is like an early draft of what is typical of most series, the some character design is odd looking at best with both Miranda and Darren get a race lift (Darren had grey hair and his headgear squeaked every time he spoke which got annoying fast). A lot of personalities are the same with the exception of Blake who seems like a normal kid instead for his typical snobbish personality. The episode is the only one that is never referenced too again (the fourth episode Sleep On It is very similar plot wise but with a sleepover instead of a party).
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* EarlyInstallmentWeirdness: The pilot episode "The Party" seems very strange when compared to the rest of the series. The art style is like an early draft of what is typical of most series, the some character design is odd looking at best with both Miranda and Darren get a race lift (Darren had grey hair and his headgear squeaked every time he spoke which got annoying fast). A lot of personalities are the same with the exception of Blake who seems like a normal kid instead for his typical snobbish personality. personality, and Courtney is a lot meaner than she is in the rest of the series. The episode is the only one that is never referenced too to again (the fourth episode Sleep On It is very similar plot wise but with a sleepover instead of a party).
1st Oct '15 6:47:52 PM RAS310
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** "Foutley's On Ice" was referred to as "Far From Home" in US television promos and the DVD release. However, airings still had the former as the onscreen title at the beginning (although it was edited out entirely on the DVD version). On Amazon, the episode's listing was titled "Far From Home (formerly Foutley's On Ice)".
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*** Each part actually has its own unique title even though in the international version where all three parts are aired as separate episodes as opposed to one long "movie", they are referred to as "Season of Caprice Part One/Two/Three" on-screen. The individual titles are "Season of Caprice", "Thicker Than Bug Spray", and "Break a Lake". ** "Foutley's On Ice" was referred to as "Far From Home" in US television promos and on the DVD release. However, airings still had the former as the onscreen on-screen title at the beginning (although it was edited out entirely on the DVD version). On Amazon, the episode's listing was titled "Far From Home (formerly Foutley's On Ice)".

** "Foutley's On Ice" was referred Subverted in an episode title: "Stuff'll Kill Ya", with Carl's subplot involving his science teacher making him think he only has 48 hours to as "Far From Home" in US television promos live. -->'''Carl:''' (''nonchalantly'') My blatant disrespect for the rules has finally caught up with me and the DVD release. However, airings still had the former as the onscreen title at the beginning (although it was edited out entirely on the DVD version). On Amazon, the episode's listing was titled "Far From Home (formerly Foutley's On Ice)".now I must die.

** "Foutley's On Ice" was referred to as "Far From Home" in US television promos Several characters throughout the episode "Battle of the Bands", especially Ginger and the DVD release. However, airings still had the former as the onscreen title at the beginning (although it was edited out entirely on the DVD version). On Amazon, the episode's listing was titled "Far From Home (formerly Foutley's On Ice)".Darren.

* PottyFailure: [[spoiler: Hoodsey in the slumber party episode.]]
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* PottyFailure: [[spoiler: Hoodsey in the slumber party episode.]]"Sleep On It".]] ** Blake in "I Spy a Witch" after he witnesses a ghost take over Hoodsey's body.

* SpellMyNameWithAnS: Is it Macie or Macy? ** The credits for every episode confirm that it's Macie.
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* SpellMyNameWithAnS: Is it Macie or Macy? ** The credits for every episode confirm that it's Macie.some episodes misspell Joann Bishop's first name as "Joanne"

* SpellMyNameWithAnS: Is it Macie or Macy? ** The credits for every episode confirm SpitTake: Dodie does this while drinking the girls' traditional "pre-country fair lemonade" after Ginger breaks the last-minute news that it's Macie.she invited Darren to go to the fair with them.

* StalkerWithoutACrush: Dodie gives off this vibes towards Courtney. [[LesYay Although...]] ** Blake also has this vibe towards Carl.
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* StalkerWithoutACrush: Dodie gives off this vibes vibe towards Courtney. [[LesYay Although...]] ** Blake also has this vibe towards Carl.
16th Sep '15 5:37:36 AM XFllo
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insufficient context of Spoiled Sweet, bad Example Indentation
* SpoiledSweet: Courtney, she's naive and more than a little vain. But she almost always has good intentions and genuinely seems interested in Ginger's life. And one time she actually helps Ginger avoid a breakup when Courtney's two friends and Ginger's two friends try to do so. Macie as well. She's quite rich and undeniably a better friend to Ginger than Dodie.
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