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20th Dec '16 7:04:06 AM themisterfree
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Widely considered to be one of ''the'' best shows ever produced by Creator/{{Nelvana}}, thanks to a complex plot and engaging writing, surpassing the short-lived, nearly forgotten ''Mythic Warriors''[[note]]one of the shows co-produced with [[Creator/{{ITV}} STV]] for Creator/{{CBS}}' saturday-AM lineup in the late 90s, alongside ''Anatole'', ''The Dumb Bunnies'', ''WesternAnimation/FlyingRhinoJuniorHigh'', ''WesternAnimation/{{Franklin}}'', and ''WesternAnimation/RescueHeroes''; ''Mythic Warriors'' was often the last show in CBS' lineup and was neglected like the rest of the block, only there for E/I regulations[[/note]]

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Widely considered to be one of ''the'' best shows ever produced by Creator/{{Nelvana}}, thanks to a complex plot and engaging writing, surpassing the short-lived, nearly forgotten ''Mythic Warriors''[[note]]one of the shows co-produced with [[Creator/{{ITV}} STV]] for Creator/{{CBS}}' saturday-AM lineup in the late 90s, alongside ''Anatole'', ''WesternAnimation/{{Birdz}}'', ''WesternAnimation/BlastersUniverse'', ''The Dumb Bunnies'', ''WesternAnimation/FlyingRhinoJuniorHigh'', ''WesternAnimation/{{Franklin}}'', and ''WesternAnimation/RescueHeroes''; ''Mythic Warriors'' was often the last show in CBS' lineup and was neglected like the rest of the block, only there for E/I regulations[[/note]]
20th Dec '16 7:02:14 AM themisterfree
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Widely considered to be one of ''the'' best shows ever produced by Creator/{{Nelvana}}, thanks to a complex plot and engaging writing, surpassing the short-lived, nearly forgotten ''Mythic Warriors''[[note]]one of the shows co-produced with [[Creator/{{ITV}} STV]] for Creator/{{CBS}}' saturday-AM lineup in the late 90s, alongside ''Anatole'', ''The Dumb Bunnies'', ''WesternAnimation/FlyingRhinoJuniorHigh'', ''WesternAnimation/{{Franklin}}'', and ''WesternAnimation/RescueHeroes''; ''Mythic Warriors'' was often the last show in CBS' lineup and was neglected like the rest of the block, only there for E/I regulations[[/note]]
16th Nov '16 12:40:19 PM theek01
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* PlanetOfHats: The entire school has the typical cliques, but segregated and even more one-dimensional than usual.



* PostKissCatatonia: Happens to Cam after [[spoiler:Brandy]] gives him his first kiss.



* PlanetofHats: The entire school has the typical cliques, but segregated and even more 1-dimensional than usual.



* RecycledInSpace: The creators have referred to the series in press releases as "Series/TwentyFour in [[HighschoolAU high school]]"

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* RecycledInSpace: The creators have referred to the series in press releases as "Series/TwentyFour in [[HighschoolAU high school]]"school]]".
7th Nov '16 7:50:50 AM dlchen145
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* NinjaPirateZombieRobot: The school is run by a {{Cyborg}} Drill Sergeant {{Eyepatch|OfPower}}ed {{Badass}} Principal.

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* NinjaPirateZombieRobot: The school is run by a {{Cyborg}} Drill Sergeant {{Eyepatch|OfPower}}ed {{Badass}} badass Principal.
23rd Oct '16 4:17:57 PM Rognik
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* AllAnimalsAreDogs: {{Subverted|Trope}}. When Biffy looses track of Lee and can't reach him by phone in “The Theme Team”, he gets so worried something bad happened that he tries to get Mr. Rumplekittykat to [[TheyHaveTheScent find him by scent like a tracking dog]]. Instead, the cat just curls up in the shirt and goes to sleep.

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* AllAnimalsAreDogs: {{Subverted|Trope}}. When Biffy looses loses track of Lee and can't reach him by phone in “The Theme Team”, he gets so worried something bad happened that he tries to get Mr. Rumplekittykat to [[TheyHaveTheScent find him by scent like a tracking dog]]. Instead, the cat just curls up in the shirt and goes to sleep.



** The strangeness of his hair is constantly lampshaded by his friends and those around him, such as Radcircles being quick to mock it and asking why he dyes it like that, and Chaz asking Tina if it's his natural hair color.

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** The strangeness of his hair is constantly lampshaded by his friends and those around him, such as Radcircles [=RadCircles=] being quick to mock it and asking why he dyes it like that, and Chaz asking Tina if it's his natural hair color.



* BlondeBrunetteRedhead: Lee tends to be the default redhead in certain {{PowerTrio}}s (Holger (blond) and Cam/Biffy (brunette)) and {{LoveTriangle}}s (Brandy/Brad/Jenny (blonds) and Tina (brunette)).

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* BlondeBrunetteRedhead: Lee tends to be the default redhead in certain {{PowerTrio}}s {{power trio}}s (Holger (blond) and Cam/Biffy (brunette)) and {{LoveTriangle}}s {{love triangle}}s (Brandy/Brad/Jenny (blonds) and Tina (brunette)).



* BrickJoke: Cam's hypnotic state returns in the Season 1 finale, when the key words come up coincidentally.

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* BrickJoke: Cam's hypnotic state returns in the Season 1 finale, when the key trigger words come up coincidentally.



* CoolKey: The octagon-shaped key that Lee uses to access the underground tunnels. [[spoiler: Season 3 reveals that [[PlotDeviceAllAlong it's one of two keys that are meant to unlock the pyramid beneath the school.]]]]

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* CoolKey: The octagon-shaped key that Lee uses to access the underground tunnels. [[spoiler: Season 3 reveals that [[PlotDeviceAllAlong it's one of two keys that are meant to unlock the pyramid beneath the school.]]]]]]



* DeanBitterman: Principal Barrage does everything he can to make Lee's life a living hell and even tries to get him expelled. [[spoiler: The funny thing is, they're on the same side. Barrage just doesn't like Lee Ping.]]

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* DeanBitterman: Principal Barrage does everything he can to make Lee's life a living hell and even tries to get him expelled. [[spoiler: The [[spoiler:The funny thing is, they're on the same side. Barrage just doesn't like Lee Ping.]]



* EggSitting: The episode “Misadventures in Babysitting", which had some rather unusual student pairs being assigned a robot baby to take care of, some of which included [[TeethClenchedTeamwork Chaz and Tina]], [[HoYay Cam and Holger]], and Brandy and Irwin, who actually ended up getting along [[OddCouple surprisingly well]]. Poor Biffy got saddled with twins. Of course, at the end of the episode, we find out that their real purpose is [[spoiler:planting bugs in the students' homes as a part of Cassandra's plot, so it seems [[TheCuckooLanderWasRight Holger wasn't really wrong]] to call them “evil robot babies”.]]

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* EggSitting: The episode “Misadventures in Babysitting", which had some rather unusual student pairs being assigned a robot baby to take care of, some of which included [[TeethClenchedTeamwork Chaz and Tina]], [[HoYay Cam and Holger]], and Brandy and Irwin, who actually ended up getting along [[OddCouple surprisingly well]]. Poor Biffy got saddled with twins. Of course, at the end of the episode, we find out that their real purpose is [[spoiler:planting bugs in the students' homes as a part of Cassandra's plot, so it seems [[TheCuckooLanderWasRight Holger wasn't really wrong]] wrong to call them “evil robot babies”.]]



* EliteMooks: The magnet powered robot things, which fist appear near the end of Season 2.

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* EliteMooks: The magnet powered robot things, which fist first appear near the end of Season 2.



* EverythingsCuterWithKittens: Biffy's adorable orange kitty, Mr. Rumplekittykat. [[spoiler:Actually, [[YourTomcatIsPregnant make that Mrs. Rumplekittykat]].]]

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* EverythingsCuterWithKittens: Biffy's adorable orange kitty, Mr. Rumplekittykat. [[spoiler:Actually, [[YourTomcatIsPregnant make that Mrs. Rumplekittykat]].Rumplekittykat.]]



* EvilTeacher: [[spoiler: Vice Principal Victoria. The rest of the teachers, and Principle Wurst, become this in Season 4.]]

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* EvilTeacher: [[spoiler: Vice Principal Victoria. The rest of the teachers, and Principle Principal Wurst, become this in Season 4.]]



* GeniusDitz[=/=][[spoiler:ObfuscatingStupidity]]: Lynch [[spoiler: at first, until the revelation, thanks to which all his ditz moments are suddenly not as funny anymore...]]

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* GeniusDitz[=/=][[spoiler:ObfuscatingStupidity]]: GeniusDitz: Lynch [[spoiler: at first, until the revelation, thanks to which all his ditz moments are suddenly not as funny anymore...]]



* [[spoiler: [[LukeIAmYourFather Lee, I Am Your Brother]]: The Serpent reveals himself to be this.]]

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* [[spoiler: [[LukeIAmYourFather Lee, I Am Your Brother]]: The LukeIAmYourFather: [[spoiler:The Serpent reveals himself to be this.Lee's brother.]]



* LivingBattery[=/=]WetwareCPU: It's unclear what exactly he did, but in Season 3, Biffy somehow manages to bypass the new detention room's block on cellphones by putting a hat made of some sort of metal and wires onto the sleeping teacher and power his phone from that.

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* LivingBattery[=/=]WetwareCPU: It's unclear what exactly he did, but in Season 3, Biffy somehow manages to bypass the new detention room's block on cellphones cell phones by putting a hat made of some sort of metal and wires onto the sleeping teacher and power his phone from that.



* TheManBehindTheMan: Turns out that the Council is behind [[spoiler: VP Victoria and Lynch’s experiments]] in seasons one and two.
* MagicMusic: The Prank Song, which played during the prank on the first day, [[spoiler: is a mind-control device that mysteriously leaves Lee and some others immune. It seems to be a genetic thing.]]

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* TheManBehindTheMan: Turns out that the Council is behind [[spoiler: VP [[spoiler:VP Victoria and Lynch’s experiments]] in seasons one and two.
* MagicMusic: The Prank Song, which played during the prank on the first day, [[spoiler: is [[spoiler:is a mind-control device that mysteriously leaves Lee and some others immune. It seems to be a genetic thing.]]



* [[spoiler: MindControlConspiracy: Most of early seasons have the whole school being a test for this.]]

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* [[spoiler: MindControlConspiracy: Most [[spoiler:Most of early seasons have the whole school being a test for this.]]



* NoIndoorVoice: PRINCIPAL BARRAGE!

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* NoIndoorVoice: PRINCIPAL BARRAGE!BARRAGE! ALWAYS TALKS! LIKE A DRILL SERGEANT!



* NotBrainwashed: [[spoiler: Vice-principal Victoria, the resident reasonable authority figure, has just been informed about the evil plot and is working to stop it, when she is brainwashed into forgetting everything she had learned. It turns out that she was acting, and was never brainwashed due to being the BigBad all along.]]

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* NotBrainwashed: [[spoiler: Vice-principal [[spoiler:Vice-principal Victoria, the resident reasonable authority figure, has just been informed about the evil plot and is working to stop it, when she is brainwashed into forgetting everything she had learned. It turns out that she was acting, and was never brainwashed due to being the BigBad all along.]]



* OlderThanHeLooks: [[spoiler:Lynch]] is hinted to be this early on. When Lee looks in his dropped wallet, his birth certificate says he was born in 1934 and was the president of the Green Apple Splat company. Lee just assumes it belongs to his father. [[spoiler: However, it was confirmed in "Fence-o-palooza" to be Lynch himself, with his youthful looks being a result of magic and plastic surgery.]]

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* OlderThanHeLooks: [[spoiler:Lynch]] is hinted to be this early on. When Lee looks in his dropped wallet, his birth certificate says he was born in 1934 and was the president of the Green Apple Splat company. Lee just assumes it belongs to his father. [[spoiler: However, [[spoiler:However, it was confirmed in "Fence-o-palooza" to be Lynch himself, with his youthful looks being a result of magic and plastic surgery.]]



* OpeningACanOfClones: [[spoiler: Most of the teachers at A. Nigma High are clones, as hinted by some of them [[CelebrityResemblance resembling famous historical figures]].]]

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* OpeningACanOfClones: [[spoiler: Most [[spoiler:Most of the teachers at A. Nigma High are clones, as hinted by some of them [[CelebrityResemblance resembling famous historical figures]].]]



* PetTheDog: Principal Barrage going back for the students left behind in Episode 10, and again in Episode 27 were he sacrifices himself to save Lee and Tina.

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* PetTheDog: Principal Barrage going back for the students left behind in Episode 10, and again in Episode 27 were where he sacrifices himself to save Lee and Tina.



* [[PlanetofHats School of Hats]]: The entire school has the typical cliques, but segregated and even more 1-dimensional than usual.

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* [[PlanetofHats School of Hats]]: PlanetofHats: The entire school has the typical cliques, but segregated and even more 1-dimensional than usual.



* ShipperOnDeck: A not-so-benevolent example. [[spoiler: The machine that brainwashes the students through their cellphones links two of those students together, creating lots of bizarre couples.]] As an example, Brad/Tina and Holger/Kimmie (the latter was foiled, [[spoiler: because Cam had Holger's cellphone, and thus was getting the order instead, thus getting paired with Kimmie.]]) When the machine responsible for these often {{CrackPairing}}s is destroyed, most of those couples are stopped. However, Brad/Tina was hinted at before the device was in place, so perhaps some of the pairings were not so unbelievable after all.

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* ShipperOnDeck: A not-so-benevolent example. [[spoiler: The machine that brainwashes the students through their cellphones links two of those students together, creating lots of bizarre couples.]] As an example, Brad/Tina and Holger/Kimmie (the latter was foiled, [[spoiler: because Cam had Holger's cellphone, and thus was getting the order instead, thus getting paired with Kimmie.]]) When the machine responsible for these often {{CrackPairing}}s {{crack pairing}}s is destroyed, most of those couples are stopped. instantly break up. However, Brad/Tina was hinted at before the device was in place, so perhaps some of the pairings were not so unbelievable after all.all, along with a couple of other relationships...



* WeUsedToBeFriends: Biffy with Kimmie of the Glamazons. Sometime during Junior High they fell out of their friendship... until the end of Episode 13, where they reconcile. The later episodes show that they're now on friendlier terms with each other, bordering on being playful {{FriendlyRival}}s in public, and when they're alone, they act even sweeter.

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* WeUsedToBeFriends: Biffy with Kimmie of the Glamazons. Sometime during Junior High they fell out of their friendship... until the end of Episode 13, where they reconcile. The later episodes show that they're now on friendlier terms with each other, bordering on being playful {{FriendlyRival}}s {{Friendly rival}}s in public, and when they're alone, they act even sweeter.



* WigDressAccent: Lee uses one is Episodes 6 and 8. {{Subverted|Trope}} in the latter when everyone but Barrage is able to see through the disguise.

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* WigDressAccent: Lee uses one is in Episodes 6 and 8. {{Subverted|Trope}} in the latter when everyone but Barrage is able to see through the disguise.
23rd Oct '16 2:26:04 PM Ylimegirl
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* AdultsAreUseless: On one hand, Barrage toes a fine line between overtly stern and tyrannical and Lee's mom (embarrassingly enough, a math teacher at his school) doesn't believe that her own clean-cut son didn't pull the prank. On the other hand, Vice Principal Victoria is sympathetic to the students and is swift to deal with bullies like Biff, and Lee's dad tries to make his son's grounding period at least bearable. [[spoiler: It's too bad that Barrage sacrifices himself for Lee and Victoria turns out to be evil.]]

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* AdultsAreUseless: On one hand, Barrage toes a fine line between overtly stern and tyrannical and Lee's mom (embarrassingly enough, a math teacher at his school) doesn't believe that her own clean-cut son didn't pull the prank. On the other hand, Vice Principal Victoria is sympathetic to the students and is swift to deal with bullies like Biff, Biffy, and Lee's dad tries to make his son's grounding period at least bearable. [[spoiler: It's too bad that Barrage sacrifices himself for Lee and Victoria turns out to be evil.]]



** Kimmie herself is this as well, even towards Brandy and Biff. But when Kimmie and Biff are alone, they start rekindling their old friendships.

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** Kimmie herself is this as well, even towards Brandy and Biff. Biffy. But when Kimmie and Biff Biffy are alone, they start rekindling their old friendships.



* BlondeBrunetteRedhead: Lee tends to be the default redhead in certain {{power trio}}s (Holger (blond) and Cam/Biffy (brunets)) and {{love triangle}}s (Brandy/Brad/Jenny (blonds) and Tina (brunette)).

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* BlondeBrunetteRedhead: Lee tends to be the default redhead in certain {{power trio}}s {{PowerTrio}}s (Holger (blond) and Cam/Biffy (brunets)) (brunette)) and {{love triangle}}s {{LoveTriangle}}s (Brandy/Brad/Jenny (blonds) and Tina (brunette)).



** Biff, sometimes intentionally.

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** Biff, Biffy, sometimes intentionally.



* ClingyJealousGirl: At first, Brady acted like this toward Tina, not even letting her and Lee talk. Thankfully, [[CharacterDevelopment she matures in the later seasons.]]

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* ClingyJealousGirl: At first, Brady Brandy acted like this toward Tina, not even letting her and Lee talk. Thankfully, [[CharacterDevelopment she matures in the later seasons.]]



* EarlyInstallmentWeirdness: You can see some of it in the first episode, such as the DoD having different character designs than the ones they later have, Greta lacking her unibrow, etc.

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* EarlyInstallmentWeirdness: You can see some of it in the first episode, such as the DoD [=DoD=] having different character designs than the ones they later have, Greta lacking her unibrow, etc.



* EggSitting: The episode “Misadventures in Babysitting", which had some rather unusual student pairs being assigned a robot baby to take care of, some of which included [[TeethClenchedTeamwork Chaz and Tina]], [[HoYay Cam and Holger]], and Brandi and Irwin, who actually ended up getting along [[OddCouple surprisingly well]]. Poor Biffy got saddled with twins. Of course, at the end of the episode, we find out that their real purpose is [[spoiler:planting bugs in the students' homes as a part of Cassandra's plot, so it seems [[TheCuckooLanderWasRight Holger wasn't really wrong]] to call them “evil robot babies”.]]

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* EggSitting: The episode “Misadventures in Babysitting", which had some rather unusual student pairs being assigned a robot baby to take care of, some of which included [[TeethClenchedTeamwork Chaz and Tina]], [[HoYay Cam and Holger]], and Brandi Brandy and Irwin, who actually ended up getting along [[OddCouple surprisingly well]]. Poor Biffy got saddled with twins. Of course, at the end of the episode, we find out that their real purpose is [[spoiler:planting bugs in the students' homes as a part of Cassandra's plot, so it seems [[TheCuckooLanderWasRight Holger wasn't really wrong]] to call them “evil robot babies”.]]



* EverythingsCuterWithKittens: Biff's adorable orange kitty, Mr. Rumplekittykat. [[spoiler:Actually, [[YourTomcatIsPregnant make that Mrs. Rumplekittykat]].]]

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* EverythingsCuterWithKittens: Biff's Biffy's adorable orange kitty, Mr. Rumplekittykat. [[spoiler:Actually, [[YourTomcatIsPregnant make that Mrs. Rumplekittykat]].]]



* GeniusBruiser[=/=]GentleGiant: Biff. He's Lee's inside-man whenever they're in detention. He's big and muscled, and always gets himself in trouble so he could go to detention, but it actually gives him the free time to do things like knitting sweaters, being Lee's eyes in the sky, and playing with his adorable pet kitten. Granted, his threats to cease being Lee's 'eyes' and show him 'how much of a bully [he] really can be' if he couldn't get [=DoD=] back together in Episode 6 are an early indicator that he really can be a strong threat. In later seasons, he acts as the muscle of the group when he tags along with Lee.

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* GeniusBruiser[=/=]GentleGiant: Biff.Biffy. He's Lee's inside-man whenever they're in detention. He's big and muscled, and always gets himself in trouble so he could go to detention, but it actually gives him the free time to do things like knitting sweaters, being Lee's eyes in the sky, and playing with his adorable pet kitten. Granted, his threats to cease being Lee's 'eyes' and show him 'how much of a bully [he] really can be' if he couldn't get [=DoD=] back together in Episode 6 are an early indicator that he really can be a strong threat. In later seasons, he acts as the muscle of the group when he tags along with Lee.



** The use of "flipping" in a couple of episodes. [[PresicionFStrike Reminds you of something?]]

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** The use of "flipping" in a couple of episodes. [[PresicionFStrike [[PrecisionFStrike Reminds you of something?]]



* HiddenDepths: Biff seems to have a passion for sewing, even making the costumes for the school play. He also uses awesome hacking skills to help Lee sneak around.

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* HiddenDepths: Biff Biffy seems to have a passion for sewing, even making the costumes for the school play. He also uses awesome hacking skills to help Lee sneak around.



* JerkWithAHeartOfGold: Biff. Camillio also has shades of this, in that while he does exploit Lee's newfound popularity to boost his own, he is able to set some of his priorities straight and help Lee gather valuable information for his investigation when needed.

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* JerkWithAHeartOfGold: Biff.Biffy. Camillio also has shades of this, in that while he does exploit Lee's newfound popularity to boost his own, he is able to set some of his priorities straight and help Lee gather valuable information for his investigation when needed.



* LivingBattery[=/=]{{Wetware CPU}}: It's unclear what exactly he did, but in Season 3, Biffy somehow manages to bypass the new detention room's block on cellphones by putting a hat made of some sort of metal and wires onto the sleeping teacher and power his phone from that.

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* LivingBattery[=/=]{{Wetware CPU}}: LivingBattery[=/=]WetwareCPU: It's unclear what exactly he did, but in Season 3, Biffy somehow manages to bypass the new detention room's block on cellphones by putting a hat made of some sort of metal and wires onto the sleeping teacher and power his phone from that.



* MeaningfulEcho: In "[=RadCircles=]"'s first appearance, he says, "I know everything. I know, it's scary." Biff said the same thing in Episode 3. [[spoiler:Turns out it's a RedHerring, and [=RadCircles=] is actually Lynch]].

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* MeaningfulEcho: In "[=RadCircles=]"'s first appearance, he says, "I know everything. I know, it's scary." Biff Biffy said the same thing in Episode 3. [[spoiler:Turns out it's a RedHerring, and [=RadCircles=] is actually Lynch]].



* TheOmniscient: Biff reveals that he's this to Lee. "I know everything! I know, it's actually pretty scary sometimes." [=RadCircles=] also has elements of this, even saying the exact same phrase as Biffy.

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* TheOmniscient: Biff Biffy reveals that he's this to Lee. "I know everything! I know, it's actually pretty scary sometimes." [=RadCircles=] also has elements of this, even saying the exact same phrase as Biffy.



* OrphanedPunchline: A few, such as Cam's “And I was all: 'No way, hombre! That piñata is a ''toilet!'''” and Brad's “...And that's why I always stretch before I eat yoghurt.”

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* OrphanedPunchline: A few, such as Cam's “And I was all: 'No way, hombre! That piñata is a ''toilet!'''” and Brad's “...And that's why I always stretch before I eat yoghurt.yogurt.



* RealMenWearPink: Biff loves to knit and play with his [[CuteKitten kitten.]]

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* RealMenWearPink: Biff Biffy loves to knit and play with his [[CuteKitten kitten.]]



** Biff and Lee respectively, though Lee is the main character.

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** Biff Biffy and Lee respectively, though Lee is the main character.



** Biff and Kimmie have this reaction, once they resume their childhood friendship in mostly secret.
* ShipperOnDeck: A not-so-benevolent example. [[spoiler: The machine that brainwashes the students through their cellphones links two of those students together, creating lots of bizarre couples.]] As an example, Brad/Tina and Holger/Kimmie (the latter was foiled, [[spoiler: because Cam had Holger's cellphone, and thus was getting the order instead, thus getting paired with Kimmie.]]) When the machine responsible for these often {{Crack Pairing}}s is destroyed, most of those couples are stopped. However, Brad/Tina was hinted at before the device was in place, so perhaps some of the pairings were not so unbelievable after all.

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** Biff Biffy and Kimmie have this reaction, once they resume their childhood friendship in mostly secret.
* ShipperOnDeck: A not-so-benevolent example. [[spoiler: The machine that brainwashes the students through their cellphones links two of those students together, creating lots of bizarre couples.]] As an example, Brad/Tina and Holger/Kimmie (the latter was foiled, [[spoiler: because Cam had Holger's cellphone, and thus was getting the order instead, thus getting paired with Kimmie.]]) When the machine responsible for these often {{Crack Pairing}}s {{CrackPairing}}s is destroyed, most of those couples are stopped. However, Brad/Tina was hinted at before the device was in place, so perhaps some of the pairings were not so unbelievable after all.



* ShoutOut: Lee disguises himself as a football player wearing a visor-equipped helmet in order to scout info at the football tryouts. The scouting info part aside, that does evoke elements from [[Manga/{{Eyeshield 21}} one football story...]]

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* ShoutOut: Lee disguises himself as a football player wearing a visor-equipped helmet in order to scout info at the football tryouts. The scouting info part aside, that does evoke elements from [[Manga/{{Eyeshield 21}} [[Manga/Eyeshield21 one football story...]]



** Barrage's floating drones around the school look [[Videogame/{{Fallout3}} pretty damn familiar]]. They're even called "Eyebots".

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** Barrage's floating drones around the school look [[Videogame/{{Fallout3}} [[Videogame/Fallout3 pretty damn familiar]]. They're even called "Eyebots".



* SpeakInUnison: If the Prank Song plays over a cell phone, those under its influence will try to {{brainwash|ed}} those who aren't. They will hold up their phones and say "It's for you... It's for you..." over and over, all at the same time.

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* SpeakInUnison: If the Prank Song plays over a cell phone, those under its influence will try to {{brainwash|ed}} {{Brainwash|ed}} those who aren't. They will hold up their phones and say "It's for you... It's for you..." over and over, all at the same time.



* SteamPunk: Finnwich's technology including his MechaMooks and [[{{cyborg}} himself]].

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* SteamPunk: Finnwich's technology including his MechaMooks and [[{{cyborg}} [[{{Cyborg}} himself]].



* ThirteenIsUnlucky: This number has popped up a few times. For example, Wing 13 of the Green Apple Splat factory is a creepy, dark, seemingly haunter corridor, and it's where the survivors of the old factory's meltdown were kept, since they all went insane because of the fumes. Of course, the protagonists have to go through it to [[spoiler:escape the second meltdown]]. Also, students are periodically called down to Room 113 B, [[spoiler:which actually leads to the underground {{brainwashing}} rooms]].

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* ThirteenIsUnlucky: This number has popped up a few times. For example, Wing 13 of the Green Apple Splat factory is a creepy, dark, seemingly haunter corridor, and it's where the survivors of the old factory's meltdown were kept, since they all went insane because of the fumes. Of course, the protagonists have to go through it to [[spoiler:escape the second meltdown]]. Also, students are periodically called down to Room 113 B, [[spoiler:which actually leads to the underground {{brainwashing}} {{Brainwashing}} rooms]].



* VitriolicBestBuds: Biff may not be as mean as his reputation as school bully says, but that doesn't mean he doesn't take amusement to Lee's predicaments.
* WeWillNotUsePhotoshopInTheFuture: The plot of Episode 4 is kicked off when someone [[spoiler:(the captain of the Mathletes)]] e-mails an obviously fake photo of Lee picking his nose to the student body. Despite Lee and Biff clearly seeing through the ruse, nobody else does, despite Lee being asian and the hand being white.
* WeUsedToBeFriends: Biff with Kimmie of the Glamazons. Sometime during Junior High they fell out of their friendship... until the end of Episode 13, where they reconcile. The later episodes show that they're now on friendlier terms with each other, bordering on being playful {{Friendly Rival}}s in public, and when they're alone, they act even sweeter.

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* VitriolicBestBuds: Biff Biffy may not be as mean as his reputation as school bully says, but that doesn't mean he doesn't take amusement to Lee's predicaments.
* WeWillNotUsePhotoshopInTheFuture: The plot of Episode 4 is kicked off when someone [[spoiler:(the captain of the Mathletes)]] e-mails an obviously fake photo of Lee picking his nose to the student body. Despite Lee and Biff Biffy clearly seeing through the ruse, nobody else does, despite Lee being asian and the hand being white.
* WeUsedToBeFriends: Biff Biffy with Kimmie of the Glamazons. Sometime during Junior High they fell out of their friendship... until the end of Episode 13, where they reconcile. The later episodes show that they're now on friendlier terms with each other, bordering on being playful {{Friendly Rival}}s {{FriendlyRival}}s in public, and when they're alone, they act even sweeter.
12th Sep '16 6:09:30 PM thevisualboy37
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* SpeakInUnison: If the Prank Song plays over a cell phone, those under its influence will try to {{brainwash|ed}} those who aren't. They will hold up their phones and say "It's for you... It's for you..." over and over, all at the same time.
8th Aug '16 9:26:44 AM kyrtuck
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* MoralityPet: Sometimes Holger has acted as one to Carmillo, like when he was about to cheat on a test, or borrow the money from Barrage's wallet that they found.
11th Jul '16 10:35:58 AM Morgenthaler
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* BlondeBrunetteRedhead: Lee tends to be the [[RedHeadedHero default redhead]] in certain {{power trio}}s (Holger (blond) and Cam/Biffy (brunets)) and {{love triangle}}s (Brandy/Brad/Jenny (blonds) and Tina (brunette)).

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* BlondeBrunetteRedhead: Lee tends to be the [[RedHeadedHero default redhead]] redhead in certain {{power trio}}s (Holger (blond) and Cam/Biffy (brunets)) and {{love triangle}}s (Brandy/Brad/Jenny (blonds) and Tina (brunette)).



* RedHeadedHero: Lee, though it's only the top half.
28th Apr '16 4:26:01 PM BatmanKalEl
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** BiggerBad: [[spoiler: Cassandra, and the shadowy council of evil.]]


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* GreaterScopeVillain: [[spoiler: Cassandra, and the shadowy council of evil.]]
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