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24th Jun '16 8:16:00 AM Morgenthaler
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* TheEighties

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* {{Adorkable}}: Chester and Wilshire.

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* AlphaBitch: Who else but Bianca?

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* %%* AlphaBitch: Who else but Bianca?



* AnimalJingoism: Empress and Tiara.

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* AttentionWhore: Bianca and Nikki.

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* BettyAndVeronica: Larke and Bianca for Troy.

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* %%* BettyAndVeronica: Larke and Bianca for Troy.



* BreakingTheFourthWall: Bianca at the end of "Downhill Racer."

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* BurningWithAnger: Nikki in "Scene Stealer."

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* %%* BurningWithAnger: Nikki in "Scene Stealer."



* ChickMagnet: Troy.
* ChildProdigy: Chester.

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* CityMouse: Bianca and Pierce.

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* DramaQueen: Nikki, an aspiring actress.

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* EverybodyLaughsEnding: Happens frequently.
* EverythingsSparklyWithJewelry
* EvilTwin: "A Splitting Image."

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* %%* EverybodyLaughsEnding: Happens frequently.
* %%* EverythingsSparklyWithJewelry
* %%* EvilTwin: "A Splitting Image."



* FangsAreEvil: Pierce's EvilTwin.

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* FeudEpisode: "Star Split."

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* TheFriendNobodyLikes: Bianca, and to a lesser extent Pierce.

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* GoneHorriblyRight: "Potions of Love."

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* ItCameFromBeverlyHills

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* MirrorsReflectEverything: In "Death Valley 500."

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* %%* MirrorsReflectEverything: In "Death Valley 500."



* NaiveEverygirl: Larke, but mostly Tara.

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* %%* NaiveEverygirl: Larke, but mostly Tara.



* OfficialCouple: Troy and Larke, and Gig and Jett.

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* %%* OfficialCouple: Troy and Larke, and Gig and Jett.



* PimpedOutDress: A few turn up.

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* PityTheKidnapper: The episode name: "Take My Hostage, Please!" speaks for itself.

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* %%* PityTheKidnapper: The episode name: "Take My Hostage, Please!" speaks for itself.



* RealAfterAll: Two episodes about ghosts end that way.

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* %%* RealAfterAll: Two episodes about ghosts end that way.



* SchoolPlay: "Casting Call."

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* TitleDrop: "From Rad to Worse."

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* %%* TitleDrop: "From Rad to Worse."



* TotallyRadical: Especially Radley and Jett.

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* %%* TotallyRadical: Especially Radley and Jett.



* UnclePennybags: All but Bianca and Pierce.

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* %%* UnclePennybags: All but Bianca and Pierce.



* UnwantedHarem: Most female characters to Troy.

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* %%* UnwantedHarem: Most female characters to Troy.



* VaudevilleHook: Happens to Nikki in "Old at Heart."

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* %%* VaudevilleHook: Happens to Nikki in "Old at Heart."



* WinkDing: In "Star Split."

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* %%* WinkDing: In "Star Split."
3rd May '16 12:45:39 PM rafi
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* SpotlightStealingSquad: A lot of episodes are focused on Bianca, to the point that some sources list her as the main character.

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* SpotlightStealingSquad: A lot of episodes are focused on Bianca, to the point that some sources list her as the main character. character and nearly a VillainProtagonist.
25th Apr '16 10:44:15 AM rafi
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* TheEighties
* EightiesHair: Almost everyone, some more than others, with Jett having the poofiest, with Gig coming close.



* TheEighties
* EightiesHair: Almost everyone, some more than others, with Jett having the poofiest, with Gig coming close.
25th Apr '16 10:43:26 AM rafi
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* StatusCellPhone: A few are seen over the course of the series. By our standards, they are huge and ''very'' seldom used.



* SpotlightStealingSquad: A lot of episodes are focused on Bianca, to the point that some sources list her as the main character.



* SpotlightStealingSquad: A lot of episodes are focused on Bianca, to the point that some sources list her as the main character.

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* SpotlightStealingSquad: StatusCellPhone: A lot of episodes few are focused on Bianca, to seen over the point that some sources list her as course of the main character. series. By our standards, they are huge and ''very'' seldom used.
25th Apr '16 10:42:41 AM rafi
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* SixtyFiveEpisodeCartoon: Which aired over the course of ''two months.''



* GettingCrapPastTheRadar: "The Teen Cup" seems to have a few {{Double Entendre}}s.

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* GettingCrapPastTheRadar: GettingCrapPastTheRadar:
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"The Teen Cup" seems to have a few {{Double Entendre}}s.



* SixtyFiveEpisodeCartoon: Which aired over the course of ''two months.''



* SpotlightStealingSquad: A lot of episodes are focused on Bianca, to the point that some sources list her as the main character.



* VillainProtagonist: A lot of episodes are focused on Bianca, to the point that some sources list her as the main character. Just look at the [[http://www.millcreekent.com/catalog/product/gallery/id/5644/image/12710/ DVD cover]] and count. With the second set cover her, Troy and Larke all appear three times (although one of the others' appearance is in much smaller scale)... But she's the only one appearing on the discs proper.
25th Apr '16 9:07:47 AM LadyNorbert
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Added DiffLines:

* NiceGuy: Wilshire often proves himself to be this. After winning a valuable prize in a contest, he donates it to a children's charity instead of being swayed by newfound wealth.


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* PetTheDog: In one episode, Wilshire wins a contest and receives solid gold license plates. A couple of the other guys immediately try buddying up to him in the hopes that he'll give them as gifts. Bianca, upon learning of the situation, tracks them down and reads them the riot act for being so callous and self-centered; she may take him for granted quite often herself, but no way will she let someone else do it.
16th Apr '16 7:37:24 PM Rabukurafuto
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Take those characters, and mix and match with any appropriate SitCom plot you can imagine, and you get a show that's [[GuiltyPleasure more enjoyable than it has any right to be.]]

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Take those characters, and mix and match with any appropriate SitCom plot you can imagine, and you get a show that's [[GuiltyPleasure more enjoyable than it has any right to be.]]
be.
15th Mar '16 3:47:11 AM aye_amber
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[[caption-width-right:207:Girls, Glitz, Glamour]]

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[[caption-width-right:207:Girls, [[caption-width-right:207: Girls, Glitz, Glamour]]
Glamour.]]



Ever wondered what ''Series/BeverlyHills90210''[[note]]Which this show predates.[[/note]] would be like if it was animated and didn't take itself so seriously? Well that actually happened. Actually, aside from the city and the teenagers, this show didn't have much in common with that other show. This has far more in common with ''Series/{{Dynasty}}'', ''ComicBook/RichieRich'' and [[TheEighties the fun, excessive side of the 1980s: being rich, popular, and totally radical]] (the cocaine abuse and fear of catching AIDS, fortunately, weren't present). Just about everything SoBadItsGood of that decade was featured on that show, as long as it was G-Rated. But that still left room for ''a lot''.

What was it about? Well, [[ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin it's about teenagers living in Beverly Hills]]. There wasn't much of a plot, as the show was almost a SitCom with a very thin plot. Basically, it's better to just understand the characters.

Characters include:
* '''Bianca Dupree''' the raven-haired RichBitch of the group. Has a poodle named Empress.
* '''Blaze Summers''' A cowgirl and a {{tomboy}}.
* '''Buck Huckster''' A guy who always wears his shades, and thinks he's a business genius.
* '''Chester [=McTech=]''' A boy genius with a crush on both Bianca and Larke.
* '''Gig''' A burgeoning rock star, with [[OohMeAccentsSlipping either a British or Aussie accent]].
* '''Jett''' A ValleyGirl who is part of Gig's band.
* '''Larke Tanner''' A [[HairOfGoldHeartOfGold sweet blonde]] who Bianca sees as her rival (particularly over Troy). She has a cat named Tiara.
* '''Nikki Darling''' An aspiring actress and fashionista.
* '''Pierce Thorndyke III''' A self-centered CasanovaWannabe with an American posh accent.
* '''Jillian Thorndyke''' Pierce's younger sister, who tries to act more adult than some of the other cast.
* '''Radley''' the SurferDude.
* '''Shanelle Spencer''' the TokenMinority, and the most level headed of the group. She's also the class president, and is often the one who announces whatever activities or events are happening at school or the Teen Club.
* '''Brenda, aka Switchboard''' the gossip hound of the group.
* '''Tara Belle''' a SouthernBelle, although she acts more demure and naive than she actually is.
* '''Troy Jeffries''' Larke's boyfriend, although every other girl is basically his UnwantedHarem.
* '''Wilshire Brentwood''' Bianca's chauffeur, but is so in love with her, that he's willing to be her ExtremeDoormat ([[EveryoneHasStandards save for certain instances]]).

Take those characters, and mix and match with any appropriate SitCom plot you can imagine, and you get a show that's [[GuiltyPleasure more enjoyable than it has any right to be]].

The whole series is now on two budget DVD boxsets courtesy of Mill Creek Entertainment.

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Ever wondered what ''Series/BeverlyHills90210''[[note]]Which ''Series/BeverlyHills90210'' [[note]] Which this show predates.predates. [[/note]] would be like if it was animated and didn't take itself so seriously? Well that actually happened. Actually, aside from the city and the teenagers, this show didn't have much in common with that other show. This has far more in common with ''Series/{{Dynasty}}'', ''ComicBook/RichieRich'' ''Series/{{Dynasty}},'' ''ComicBook/RichieRich,'' and [[TheEighties the fun, excessive side of the 1980s: being 1980's: Being rich, popular, and totally radical]] (the cocaine abuse and fear of catching AIDS, fortunately, weren't present). Just about everything SoBadItsGood of that decade was featured on that show, as long as it was G-Rated. But that still left room for ''a lot''.

lot.''

What was it about? Well, [[ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin it's about teenagers living in Beverly Hills]]. Hills.]] There wasn't much of a plot, as the show was almost a SitCom with a very thin plot. Basically, it's better to just understand the characters.

Characters include:
* '''Bianca Dupree''' the raven-haired RichBitch of the group. Has a poodle named Empress.
* '''Blaze Summers''' A cowgirl and a {{tomboy}}.
* '''Buck Huckster''' A guy who always wears his shades, and thinks he's a business genius.
* '''Chester [=McTech=]''' A boy genius with a crush on both Bianca and Larke.
* '''Gig''' A burgeoning rock star, with [[OohMeAccentsSlipping either a British or Aussie accent]].
* '''Jett''' A ValleyGirl who is part of Gig's band.
* '''Larke Tanner''' A [[HairOfGoldHeartOfGold sweet blonde]] who Bianca sees as her rival (particularly over Troy). She has a cat named Tiara.
* '''Nikki Darling''' An aspiring actress and fashionista.
* '''Pierce Thorndyke III''' A self-centered CasanovaWannabe with an American posh accent.
* '''Jillian Thorndyke''' Pierce's younger sister, who tries to act more adult than some of the other cast.
* '''Radley''' the SurferDude.
* '''Shanelle Spencer''' the TokenMinority, and the most level headed of the group. She's also the class president, and is often the one who announces whatever activities or events are happening at school or the Teen Club.
* '''Brenda, aka Switchboard''' the gossip hound of the group.
* '''Tara Belle''' a SouthernBelle, although she acts more demure and naive than she actually is.
* '''Troy Jeffries''' Larke's boyfriend, although every other girl is basically his UnwantedHarem.
* '''Wilshire Brentwood''' Bianca's chauffeur, but is so in love with her, that he's willing to be her ExtremeDoormat ([[EveryoneHasStandards save for certain instances]]).

Take those characters, and mix and match with any appropriate SitCom plot you can imagine, and you get a show that's [[GuiltyPleasure more enjoyable than it has any right to be]].

The whole series is now on two budget DVD boxsets courtesy of Mill Creek Entertainment.
characters.



!!This show provides examples of:

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!!This
!! Characters include:

* '''Bianca Dupree:''' The raven haired RichBitch of the group. Has a poodle named Empress.
* '''Blaze Summers:''' A cowgirl and a {{tomboy}}.
* '''Buck Huckster:''' A guy who always wears his shades, and thinks he's a business genius.
* '''Chester [=Mc=]Tech:''' A boy genius with a crush on both Bianca and Larke.
* '''Gig:''' A burgeoning rock star, with [[OohMeAccentsSlipping either a British or Aussie accent.]]
* '''Jett:''' A ValleyGirl who is part of Gig's band.
* '''Larke Tanner:''' A [[HairOfGoldHeartOfGold sweet blonde]] who Bianca sees as her rival (particularly over Troy). She has a cat named Tiara.
* '''Nikki Darling:''' An aspiring actress and fashionista.
* '''Pierce Thorndyke III:''' A self centered CasanovaWannabe with an American posh accent.
* '''Jillian Thorndyke:''' Pierce's younger sister, who tries to act more adult than some of the other cast.
* '''Radley:''' The SurferDude.
* '''Shanelle Spencer:''' The TokenMinority, and the most level headed of the group. She's also the class president, and is often the one who announces whatever activities or events are happening at school or the Teen Club.
* '''Brenda, aka Switchboard:''' The gossip hound of the group.
* '''Tara Belle:''' A SouthernBelle, although she acts more demure and naive than she actually is.
* '''Troy Jeffries:''' Larke's boyfriend, although every other girl is basically his UnwantedHarem.
* '''Wilshire Brentwood:''' Bianca's chauffeur, but is so in love with her, that he's willing to be her ExtremeDoormat ([[EveryoneHasStandards save for certain instances.]])

Take those characters, and mix and match with any appropriate SitCom plot you can imagine, and you get a show that's [[GuiltyPleasure more enjoyable than it has any right to be.]]

The whole series is now on two budget DVD box sets courtesy of ''Mill Creek Entertainment.''
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!! This
show provides examples of:of:



* AffectionateParody: Of 80's decadence and greed.
* AllJustADream: "Fairy Tale Flake Out" and the appropriately titled "Bianca's Dream".

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* AffectionateParody: Of 80's '80s decadence and greed.
* AllJustADream: "Fairy Tale Flake Out" and the appropriately titled "Bianca's Dream".Dream."



* AndKnowingIsHalfTheBattle: At the end of the WeightWoe episode ("Diet, Please"), there is a warning not to try this kind of regimen and diet at home without consulting a doctor.

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* AndKnowingIsHalfTheBattle: At the end of the WeightWoe episode ("Diet, Please"), "Diet, Please," there is a warning not to try this kind of regimen and diet at home without consulting a doctor.



* AnimationBump: A handful of episodes and the intro were done by a Japanese company, and it ''shows''.
* {{Animesque}}: About less than half of the episodes are animated this way. [[OffModel The rest, however]]...
* AttentionWhore: Bianca and Nikki.

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* AnimationBump: A handful of episodes and the intro were done by a Japanese company, and it ''shows''.
''shows.''
* {{Animesque}}: About less than half of the episodes are animated this way. [[OffModel The rest, however]]...
however...]]
* AttentionWhore: Bianca and Nikki.



* BettyAndVeronica: Larke and Bianca for Troy

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* BettyAndVeronica: Larke and Bianca for TroyTroy.



* BlunderCorrectingImpulse: There is a variation in an episode where Jett quits the band. In the end, the rest of the gang take her to Gig's solo concert. Seeing how badly he manages without her, she goes back. As she says "I can't handle all this humiliation. Even when it's someone I despise".
* BreakingTheFourthWall: Bianca at the end of ''Downhill Racer''.

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* BlunderCorrectingImpulse: There is a variation in an episode where Jett quits the band. In the end, the rest of the gang take her to Gig's solo concert. Seeing how badly he manages without her, she goes back. As she says says: "I can't handle all this humiliation. Even when it's someone I despise".
despise."
* BreakingTheFourthWall: Bianca at the end of ''Downhill Racer''."Downhill Racer."



* BurningWithAnger: Nikki in "Scene Stealer".
* ButtMonkey: Bianca (by her plans always failing), Wilshire, Pierce, and to a lesser extent Switchboard.

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* BurningWithAnger: Nikki in "Scene Stealer".
Stealer."
* ButtMonkey: Bianca (by her plans always failing), Wilshire, Pierce, and to a lesser extent Switchboard.



* ChildProdigy: Chester
* CirclingBirdies: Pierce experiences these after a fall, [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_I1yfTUd_S8 as seen here.]] Gig and Wilshire get the circling stars variety in other episodes.
* CityMouse: Bianca and Pierce
* CompletelyDifferentTitle: Known as ''BéCéBéGé'' in France.[[note]]This is what the French dub is called onscreen. However, several sources have given an alternate title of "Club B.C.B.G.".[[/note]]

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* ChildProdigy: Chester
Chester.
* CirclingBirdies: Pierce experiences these after a fall, [[http://www.[[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_I1yfTUd_S8 as seen here.]] Gig and Wilshire get the circling stars variety in other episodes.
* CityMouse: Bianca and Pierce
Pierce.
* CompletelyDifferentTitle: Known as ''BéCéBéGé'' in France.[[note]]This [[note]] This is what the French dub is called onscreen. However, several sources have given an alternate title of "Club ''Club B.C.B.G.".'' [[/note]]



* CryingWolf: Switchboard in ''Nothing But Gossip''.

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* CryingWolf: Switchboard in ''Nothing "Nothing But Gossip''.Gossip."



* DressesTheSame: At a costume party, Bianca and Larke wear similar outfits. When they got new outfits, ''those were still similar''.
* EekAMouse: Happens in "Hold the Anchovies". To both Larke ''and'' Tiara. Well, they both recover quickly enough.

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* DressesTheSame: At a costume party, Bianca and Larke wear similar outfits. When they got new outfits, ''those were still similar''.
similar.''
* EekAMouse: Happens in "Hold the Anchovies". Anchovies." To both Larke ''and'' Tiara. Well, they both recover quickly enough.



* ElSpanishO: Buck Huckster attempts that when speaking to the mayor of Pompei (he wants to buy the city to use as a stage set). He hangs up and says "I don't believe this guy. He doesn't even speak Italian."
* EnemyMine[=/=]EvilerThanThou: "Death Valley 500", to an extent, where all the teens, including Bianca, are competing against another team. A team fully willing to cause potentially lethal incidents, something that gave Bianca a MyGodWhatHaveIDone moment in an earlier episode.

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* ElSpanishO: Buck Huckster attempts that when speaking to the mayor of Pompei Pompeii (he wants to buy the city to use as a stage set). He hangs up and says says: "I don't believe this guy. He doesn't even speak Italian."
* EnemyMine[=/=]EvilerThanThou: EnemyMine / EvilerThanThou: "Death Valley 500", 500." to an extent, where all the teens, including Bianca, are competing against another team. A team fully willing to cause potentially lethal incidents, something that gave Bianca a MyGodWhatHaveIDone moment in an earlier episode.episode.
* EscapedAnimalRampage: An entire circus is released when Chester accidentally gets some cotton candy on the cage controls.



* EscapedAnimalRampage: An entire circus is released when Chester accidentally gets some cotton candy on the cage controls.



* EvilTwin: "A Splitting Image".

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* EvilTwin: "A Splitting Image".Image."



* FailureIsTheOnlyOption: Don't expect Bianca to succeed. ''Ever''.
* FairyTaleEpisode: ''The Dog Ate My Homework''. Chester sure makes a good fairy godmother.
** Also literally done in "Fairy Tale Fake Out".

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* FailureIsTheOnlyOption: Don't expect Bianca to succeed. ''Ever''.
''Ever.''
* FairyTaleEpisode: ''The "The Dog Ate My Homework''. Homework." Chester sure makes a good fairy godmother.
** Also literally done in "Fairy Tale Fake Out".Out."



* {{Fanservice}}: The characters are in swimsuits a ''lot''.

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* {{Fanservice}}: The characters are in swimsuits a ''lot''.''lot.''



* FakedKidnapping: "Take My Hostage, Please!" is about Bianca attempting this. It has GoneHorriblyWrong... for everyone.

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* FakedKidnapping: "Take My Hostage, Please!" is about Bianca attempting this. It has GoneHorriblyWrong... for For everyone.



* FeudEpisode: "Star Split".
* {{Fiction 500}}: Most of the cast would fit this, but particularly Bianca's family. Her dad ''owns Texas''.
* FreezeFrameBonus: In "The Slumber Party", during the storm, you can see a few pictures on the walls. One of them is a toddler Larke (presumably, since she has Larke's trademark earrings).
* FriendshipMoment: In episode Poll Climbers after Pierce loss the class president elected Lark agrees to go on a date with him after seeing how sad he looks, even saying he has potential to be a good boyfriend.
* FormFittingWardrobe: The girls' outfits in "Death Valley 500". The word "hot" was actually allowed to be said.

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* FeudEpisode: "Star Split".
Split."
* {{Fiction 500}}: Most of the cast would fit this, but particularly Bianca's family. Her dad ''owns Texas''.
UsefulNotes/{{Texas}}.''
* FreezeFrameBonus: In "The Slumber Party", Party," during the storm, you can see a few pictures on the walls. One of them is a toddler Larke (presumably, since she has Larke's trademark earrings).
* FriendshipMoment: In the episode Poll Climbers "Poll Climbers" after Pierce loss lost the class president elected Lark election, Larke agrees to go on a date with him after seeing how sad he looks, even saying he has potential to be a good boyfriend.
* FormFittingWardrobe: The girls' outfits in "Death Valley 500". 500." The word "hot" was actually allowed to be said.



* GettingCrapPastTheRadar: ''The Teen Cup'' seems to have a few {{Double Entendre}}s.
** In the dance during the Silver Spoon Olympics, Bianca sees a sheikh with a belly dancer, and says she's just there for decoration. Bianca dryly says "Some decoration".

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* GettingCrapPastTheRadar: ''The "The Teen Cup'' Cup" seems to have a few {{Double Entendre}}s.
** In the dance during the Silver Spoon Olympics, Bianca sees a sheikh with a belly dancer, and says she's just there for decoration. Bianca dryly says says: "Some decoration".decoration."



* GirlsHaveCooties: Normally averted with Chester, who is quite interested in female attention (and gets much more than some of the older boys). However, in one episode [[AnnoyingYoungerSibling Jillian]] responds to a remark about "embracing" boys with "how totally yucky". She changes her mind after a few minutes, when she is thrown into the air and Troy catches her.

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* GirlsHaveCooties: Normally averted with Chester, who is quite interested in female attention (and gets much more than some of the older boys). However, in one episode [[AnnoyingYoungerSibling Jillian]] responds to a remark about "embracing" boys with "how totally yucky". yucky." She changes her mind after a few minutes, when she is thrown into the air and Troy catches her.



* GoneHorriblyRight: "Potions of Love".

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* GoneHorriblyRight: "Potions of Love".Love."



* GrandFinale: A two-part YetAnotherChristmasCarol. It doesn't really resolve anything, though it ends on a ''gigantic'' CrowningMomentOfHeartwarming

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* GrandFinale: A two-part YetAnotherChristmasCarol. It doesn't really resolve anything, though it ends on a ''gigantic'' CrowningMomentOfHeartwarmingSugarWiki/{{Heartwarming Moment|s}}.



-->"'Relax teenager' de Beverly Hills
-->Dan tes déliers soit "coo-oo-ool"
-->T'as mi le 'select' derrière le colline..."
* HarmlessFreezing: Pierce and Bianca in "Jillian's Lesson".
* HereWeGoAgain: The ending to "A Time to Remember".

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-->"'Relax teenager' --> "''Relax teenager'' de Beverly Hills
-->Dan --> Dan tes déliers soit "coo-oo-ool"
-->T'as
''coo-oo-ool''
--> T'as
mi le 'select' ''select'' derrière le colline..."
* HarmlessFreezing: Pierce and Bianca in "Jillian's Lesson".
Lesson."
* HereWeGoAgain: The ending to "A Time to Remember".Remember."



* HypocriticalHumor: In "From Rad to Worse", Chester states Radley has never been able to tie his own shoelaces. Chester's own shoelaces are untied in that scene, as they usually are.
* IdleRich: Most of the cast, althouh the events they get caught in make them less idle than the trope typically would be.
* IAteWhat: Radley in ''Now we're Cooking''. "Did you say... [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Escargot snails]]?"
* ImpactSilhouette: In an episode where Tara tried to cook an ox tail soup - while it was still attached to the ox.
* IncrediblyObviousBug: In ''Chase of a Lifetime'', Bianca plants a tracking device in Troy's back pocket. It is as big as the pocket, yet Troy never feels it.
* InstantCultured: Radley in "From Rad to Worse". He is also an Instant Jerkass...

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* HypocriticalHumor: In "From Rad to Worse", Worse," Chester states Radley has never been able to tie his own shoelaces. Chester's own shoelaces are untied in that scene, as they usually are.
* IdleRich: Most of the cast, althouh the events they get caught in make them less idle than the trope typically would be.
* IAteWhat: Radley in ''Now we're Cooking''. "Now We're Cooking." "Did you say... [[http://en.[[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Escargot snails]]?"
* IdleRich: Most of the cast, although the events they get caught in make them less idle than the trope typically would be.
* ImpactSilhouette: In an episode where Tara tried to cook an ox tail soup - -- while it was still attached to the ox.
* IncrediblyObviousBug: In ''Chase "Chase of a Lifetime'', Lifetime," Bianca plants a tracking device in Troy's back pocket. It is as big as the pocket, yet Troy never feels it.
* InstantCultured: Radley in "From Rad to Worse". Worse." He is also an Instant Jerkass...



* JerkAss: Bianca has nearly zero redeeming traits, at least on the surface.
* JerkWithAHeartOfGold: Ocasionally Pierce, and more often in later episodes.

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* JerkAss: {{Jerkass}}: Bianca has nearly zero redeeming traits, at least on the surface.
* JerkWithAHeartOfGold: Ocasionally Occasionally Pierce, and more often in later episodes.



** "The Dog Ate My Homework": Larke wins the title of the Midnight Ball Princess 82 votes against one. Leading to a CrowningMomentOfFunny once Bianca realizes not even Wilshire voted for her.
** In "Poll Climbers", Shanelle wins with 95% of the votes once Bianca's scheming is revealed.
* LongHairedPrettyBoy: Gig (at least InUniverse).

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** "The Dog Ate My Homework": Homework:" Larke wins the title of the Midnight Ball Princess 82 votes against one. Leading to a CrowningMomentOfFunny SugarWiki/{{Funny Moment|s}} once Bianca realizes not even Wilshire voted for her.
** In "Poll Climbers", Climbers," Shanelle wins with 95% of the votes once Bianca's scheming is revealed.
* LongHairedPrettyBoy: Gig (at (At least InUniverse).



* MarilynManeuver: In "Pierce's Hundred Dollars".
* [[MrExposition Miss Exposition]]: Switchboard's role in most of her appearances.
* MirrorsReflectEverything: In "Death Valley 500".
* MirrorUniverse: "Bianca's Dream" is basically Bianca dreaming up a version of that... that is, a world where everyone has a personality close to her own.
* ModelingPoses: The opening sequence includes some shots of the girls doing flashy poses while modeling clothes.

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* MarilynManeuver: In "Pierce's Hundred Dollars".
* [[MrExposition Miss Exposition]]: Switchboard's role in most of her appearances.
* MirrorsReflectEverything: In "Death Valley 500".
Dollars."
* MirrorUniverse: "Bianca's Dream" is basically Bianca dreaming up a version of that... that That is, a world where everyone has a personality close to her own.
* MirrorsReflectEverything: In "Death Valley 500."
* [[MrExposition Miss Exposition]]: Switchboard's role in most of her appearances.
* ModelingPoses: The opening sequence includes some shots of the girls doing flashy poses while modeling clothes.



* NiceJobFixingItVillain: Larke winning due to Bianca's "successful" sabotage. It happens ''all the time''.
* NonSequiturThud: In ''Teen Club Carnival'', Bianca is knocked out by a ball and starts blabbering after waking up. That is, [[OhCrap she repeats her evil plan instructions to Wilshire in front of the entire gang]].
* ObstacleSkiCourse: Chester has the "track on both sides of the tree" gag in "McTech, P.I.". And it is shown how he does that. Later repeated by Pierce in ''Troy Triathlon''.
* OffModel: The art style seems to change a ''lot''.

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* NiceJobFixingItVillain: Larke winning due to Bianca's "successful" sabotage. It happens ''all the time''.
time.''
* NonSequiturThud: In ''Teen "Teen Club Carnival'', Carnival," Bianca is knocked out by a ball and starts blabbering after waking up. That is, [[OhCrap she repeats her evil plan instructions to Wilshire in front of the entire gang]].
gang.]]
* ObstacleSkiCourse: Chester has the "track on both sides of the tree" gag in "McTech, "[=Mc=]Tech, P.I.". " And it is shown how he does that. Later repeated by Pierce in ''Troy Triathlon''.
"Troy Triathlon."
* OffModel: The art style seems to change a ''lot''.''lot.''



* PeekABangs: The girl Pierce tried to hook up with in "Look Deep Into My Eyes".

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* PeekABangs: The girl Pierce tried to hook up with in "Look Deep Into My Eyes".Eyes."
* PimpedOutCar: The characters drive around in a pimped up limo ''with a swimming pool on it.''



* PimpedOutCar: The characters drive around in a pimped up limo ''with a swimming pool on it''.



** In ''The Teen Cup'', a pink yacht. The only one with an all female crew.
* PityTheKidnapper: The episode name "Take My Hostage, Please!" speaks for itself.

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** In ''The "The Teen Cup'', Cup," a pink yacht. The only one with an all female crew.
* PityTheKidnapper: The episode name name: "Take My Hostage, Please!" speaks for itself.



* PrettyInMink: the girls often wore fur garments, and a common thing is fur rugs draped over various seats, whether in cars, or even chairs at the beach. This was still before FurAndLoathing became a trope, so the connotations of corruption and decadence aren't there(well no more than for any other form of opulence in the show, anyway).

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* PrettyInMink: the The girls often wore fur garments, and a common thing is fur rugs draped over various seats, whether in cars, or even chairs at the beach. This was still before FurAndLoathing became a trope, so the connotations of corruption and decadence aren't there(well there (Well no more than for any other form of opulence in the show, anyway).



* RapunzelHair: Most of the girls aren't far from this trope. Also, in "Fairy Tale Fake Out", Chester makes Blaze's hair (she is locked in a tower like Rapunzel) grow with some magic formula. It seems like the formula was flawed, though, since unlike normal hair, which can support twenty tons, the new hair couldn't even support the weight of the prince (Troy, that is).
* RealAfterAll; Two episodes about ghosts end that way.

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* RapunzelHair: Most of the girls aren't far from this trope. Also, in "Fairy Tale Fake Out", Out," Chester makes Blaze's hair (she is locked in a tower like Rapunzel) grow with some magic formula. It seems like the formula was flawed, though, since unlike normal hair, which can support twenty tons, the new hair couldn't even support the weight of the prince (Troy, that is).
is).
* RealAfterAll; RealAfterAll: Two episodes about ghosts end that way.



* RightOnQueue: The OhCrap moment at the end of ''Teen Club Carnival''.

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* RightOnQueue: The OhCrap moment at the end of ''Teen "Teen Club Carnival''.Carnival."



* RunningGag: Bianca's sabotage making Larke ''succeed''. By episode 38, it was used half a dozen times (including one time she sabotaged Chester), and at least once it ''wasn't even the main plot''.
* SchmuckBait: Subverted, to an extent, in "A splitting Image". Chester tells Pierce not to press a big red button on his invention. You half expect him to press it as soon as Chester is out, but it actually takes some persuasion from an EvilTwin to do that.
* SchoolPlay: "Casting Call".

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* RunningGag: Bianca's sabotage making Larke ''succeed''. ''succeed.'' By episode Episode 38, it was used half a dozen times (including one time she sabotaged Chester), and at least once it ''wasn't even the main plot''.
plot.''
* SchmuckBait: Subverted, {{Subverted|Trope}}, to an extent, in "A splitting Image". Splitting Image." Chester tells Pierce not to press a big red button on his invention. You half expect him to press it as soon as Chester is out, but it actually takes some persuasion from an EvilTwin to do that.
* SchoolPlay: "Casting Call".Call."



* SixtyFiveEpisodeCartoon: Which aired over the course of ''two months''.

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* SixtyFiveEpisodeCartoon: Which aired over the course of ''two months''.months.''



* StrongFamilyResemblance: Averted. If it weren't for their similar way of speaking you'd have no idea Pierce and Jillian were related.
* SurferDude: Radley. He even owns a ''flying surfboard''.

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* StrongFamilyResemblance: Averted.{{Averted|Trope}}. If it weren't for their similar way of speaking you'd have no idea Pierce and Jillian were related.
* SurferDude: Radley. He even owns a ''flying surfboard''.surfboard.''



** In another episode, she says "you don't see me running around yelling at everyone." Next moment, a living fish is dropped into her cleavage, making her do that exactly.
* ThisIsReality: In "Star Split":
-->'''Tara''': It's like I always say. If you want a happy ending, have a romance novel.
* TitleDrop: "From Rad to Worse"

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** In another episode, she says "you says: "You don't see me running around yelling at everyone." Next moment, a living fish is dropped into her cleavage, making her do that exactly.
* ThisIsReality: In "Star Split":
-->'''Tara''':
Split:"
--> '''Tara''':
It's like I always say. If you want a happy ending, have a romance novel.
* TitleDrop: "From Rad to Worse"Worse."



* ThrowTheDogABone: In "Poll Climbers," Pierce loses the election for class president. Lark, looking to cheer him up, agrees to go on a date with him and even says that he has the potential to be a good boyfriend.
* TokenMinority: Shanelle is the only person of colour in ''the entire main cast''. She's unfortunately TheGenericGuy.

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* ThrowTheDogABone: In "Poll Climbers," Pierce loses the election for class president. Lark, Larke, looking to cheer him up, agrees to go on a date with him and even says that he has the potential to be a good boyfriend.
* TokenMinority: Shanelle is the only person of colour in ''the entire main cast''. cast.'' She's unfortunately TheGenericGuy.



* UnclePennybags: All but Bianca & Pierce.
* UnwantedAssistance: One episode has Wilshire serving Pierce instead of Bianca due to a [[IOweYouMyLife life debt]]. The results are... less than optimal.

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* UnclePennybags: All but Bianca & and Pierce.
* UnwantedAssistance: One episode has Wilshire serving Pierce instead of Bianca due to a [[IOweYouMyLife life debt]]. debt.]] The results are... less Less than optimal.



* VaudevilleHook: Happens to Nikki in ''Old at Heart''.
* VillainProtagonist: A lot of episodes are focused on Bianca, to the point that some sources list her as the main character. Just look at the [[http://www.millcreekent.com/catalog/product/gallery/id/5644/image/12710/ DVD cover]] and count. With the second set cover her, Troy and Larke all appear three times (although one of the others' appearance is in much smaller scale)... but she's the only one appearing on the discs proper.

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* VaudevilleHook: Happens to Nikki in ''Old "Old at Heart''.
Heart."
* VillainProtagonist: A lot of episodes are focused on Bianca, to the point that some sources list her as the main character. Just look at the [[http://www.millcreekent.com/catalog/product/gallery/id/5644/image/12710/ DVD cover]] and count. With the second set cover her, Troy and Larke all appear three times (although one of the others' appearance is in much smaller scale)... but But she's the only one appearing on the discs proper.



* WhyDontYouMarryIt: After KissingTheGround, Pierce says "If you only had blond hair and blue eyes, I'd marry you".

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* WhyDontYouMarryIt: After KissingTheGround, Pierce says says: "If you only had blond hair and blue eyes, I'd marry you".you."



* WinkDing: In "Star Split".
* WorthlessYellowRocks: In ''Teen Club Carnival'', Bianca gets a plush toy with a diamond collar. She throws the collar away and keeps the toy.
* {{Zeerust}}: ''All over the place''. Pierce's CAD is probably one of the more noticeable examples.

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* WinkDing: In "Star Split".
Split."
* WorthlessYellowRocks: In ''Teen "Teen Club Carnival'', Carnival," Bianca gets a plush toy with a diamond collar. She throws the collar away and keeps the toy.
* {{Zeerust}}: ''All over the place''. place.'' Pierce's CAD is probably one of the more noticeable examples.
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* ModelingPoses: The opening sequence includes some shots of the girls doing flashy poses while modeling clothes.
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* HighClassGloves: Bianca's evening dress includes matching long gloves.



* OperaGloves: Bianca's evening dress.
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