History WesternAnimation / SparkleFriends

14th Dec '15 11:53:56 AM VenomLancerHae
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* {{Animesque}} - A rare Kiwi example. The full title in the opening sequence, ''What Now Sparkle Friends High Score'', is presumably further spoofing [[WordSaladTitle odd anime naming]].
* BigfootSasquatchAndYeti - The episode "Are We There Yeti" had them trying to get a photo of Bigfoot. Who turns to literally be a big foot.
* DiggingToChina - One episode has them dig to UsefulNotes/{{Japan}}. You'd think they would choose somewhere that wasn't in the same hemisphere, but that's pretty much in keeping with the absurdist bent of the cartoon.
* {{Parody}} - Many episodes contain pop culture allusions or parody.
* ToiletHumour - Its a show with magic vomit in the premise.
* WidgetSeries - It's about kids gaining superpowers thanks to a vomit-spewing flying pink pokemon-thing. So yeah.

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* {{Animesque}} - {{Animesque}}: A rare Kiwi example. The full title in the opening sequence, ''What Now Sparkle Friends High Score'', is presumably further spoofing [[WordSaladTitle odd anime naming]].
* BigfootSasquatchAndYeti - BigfootSasquatchAndYeti: The episode "Are We There Yeti" had them trying to get a photo of Bigfoot. Who turns to literally be a big foot.
* DiggingToChina - DiggingToChina: One episode has them dig to UsefulNotes/{{Japan}}. You'd think they would choose somewhere that wasn't in the same hemisphere, but that's pretty much in keeping with the absurdist bent of the cartoon.
* {{Parody}} - {{Parody}}: Many episodes contain pop culture allusions or parody.
* ToiletHumour - ToiletHumour: Its a show with magic vomit in the premise.
* WidgetSeries - WidgetSeries: It's about kids gaining superpowers thanks to a vomit-spewing flying pink pokemon-thing. So yeah.
4th Mar '14 2:59:34 PM MarkLungo
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!!Examples
* {{Animesque}} - A rare Kiwi example. The full title in the opening sequence, ''What Now Sparkle Friends High Score'' is presumably further spoofing odd anime naming.

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!!Examples
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* {{Animesque}} - A rare Kiwi example. The full title in the opening sequence, ''What Now Sparkle Friends High Score'' Score'', is presumably further spoofing [[WordSaladTitle odd anime naming.naming]].



* DiggingToChina - One episode has them dig to Japan. You'd think they would choose somewhere that wasn't in the same hemisphere, but that's pretty much in keeping with the absurdist bent of the cartoon.

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* DiggingToChina - One episode has them dig to Japan.UsefulNotes/{{Japan}}. You'd think they would choose somewhere that wasn't in the same hemisphere, but that's pretty much in keeping with the absurdist bent of the cartoon.
4th Mar '14 2:57:34 PM MarkLungo
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2nd Oct '12 5:42:02 PM MarkLungo
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It could be [[{{Animesque}} mistaken for an anime]], were it not for the unmistakeable New Zealand accents. ''Sparkle Friends'' is a cartoon about a team of kids, their pet gorilla Camilla, and Gun-gi, a pinkish-purplish pet/companion. Gun-gi, so called because anything he spews his gungy vomit on obtains magical powers, is central to the show's premise. [[WidgetSeries It's Gun-gi's vomit which turns the kids into action heroes]] (although most episodes are just about them having random adventures).

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It could be [[{{Animesque}} mistaken for an anime]], were it not for the unmistakeable New Zealand UsefulNotes/NewZealand accents. ''Sparkle Friends'' is a cartoon about a team of kids, their pet gorilla Camilla, and Gun-gi, a pinkish-purplish pet/companion. Gun-gi, so called because anything he spews his gungy vomit on obtains magical powers, is central to the show's premise. [[WidgetSeries It's Gun-gi's vomit which turns the kids into action heroes]] (although most episodes are just about them having random adventures).
2nd Oct '12 5:41:21 PM MarkLungo
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8th Jul '12 9:42:12 AM Ckuckoo
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It could be [[{{Animesque}} mistaken for an anime]], were it not for the unmistakeable New Zealand accents. ''Sparkle Friends'' is a cartoon about a team of kids, their pet gorilla Camilla, and Gun-gi, a pinkish-purplish pet/companion. Gun-gi, so called because anything he spews his gungy vomit on obtains magical powers, is the central to the show's premise. After all, it's Gun-gi's vomit which turns the kids into action heroes (although most episodes are just about them having random adventures).

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It could be [[{{Animesque}} mistaken for an anime]], were it not for the unmistakeable New Zealand accents. ''Sparkle Friends'' is a cartoon about a team of kids, their pet gorilla Camilla, and Gun-gi, a pinkish-purplish pet/companion. Gun-gi, so called because anything he spews his gungy vomit on obtains magical powers, is the central to the show's premise. After all, it's [[WidgetSeries It's Gun-gi's vomit which turns the kids into action heroes heroes]] (although most episodes are just about them having random adventures).
8th Jul '12 9:37:45 AM Ckuckoo
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It could be [[{{Animesque}} mistaken for an anime]], were it not for the unmistakeable New Zealand accents. ''Sparkle Friends'' is a cartoon about a team of kids, their pet gorilla Camilla, and Gun-gi, a pinkish-purplish pet/companion. Gun-gi, so called because anything he spews his gungy vomit on obtains magical powers, is the central figure of the show. After all, it's Gun-gi's vomit which turns the kids into action heroes (although most episodes are just about them having random adventures).

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It could be [[{{Animesque}} mistaken for an anime]], were it not for the unmistakeable New Zealand accents. ''Sparkle Friends'' is a cartoon about a team of kids, their pet gorilla Camilla, and Gun-gi, a pinkish-purplish pet/companion. Gun-gi, so called because anything he spews his gungy vomit on obtains magical powers, is the central figure of to the show.show's premise. After all, it's Gun-gi's vomit which turns the kids into action heroes (although most episodes are just about them having random adventures).



* {{Parody}} - Many episodes are

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* {{Parody}} - Many episodes arecontain pop culture allusions or parody.
* ToiletHumour - Its a show with magic vomit in the premise.
8th Jul '12 4:41:23 AM Ckuckoo
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It could be [[{{Animesque}} mistaken for an anime]], were it not for the unmistakeable New Zealand accents. ''Sparkle Friends'' is a cartoon about a team of kids, their pet gorilla Camilla, and Gun-gi, a pinkish-purplish pet/companion. Gun-gi, so called because anything he spews his gungy vomit on obtains magical powers, is the central figure of the show. After all, it's Gun-gi's vomit which turns the kids into action heroes (although most episodes are just about them having random adventures).

Created by Kiwi animation studio Mukpuddy to serve as an animated segment in NZ kids show ''What Now'', the main human cast consists of anime-style younger versions of the hosts. Consequently, as hosts come and go, the cartoon characters change. Gun-gi, Camilla, and the kids Charlie and Serena are the only characters to feature in every single episode.

!!Examples
* {{Animesque}} - A rare Kiwi example. The full title in the opening sequence, ''What Now Sparkle Friends High Score'' is presumably further spoofing odd anime naming.
* BigfootSasquatchAndYeti - The episode "Are We There Yeti" had them trying to get a photo of Bigfoot. Who turns to literally be a big foot.
* DiggingToChina - One episode has them dig to Japan. You'd think they would choose somewhere that wasn't in the same hemisphere, but that's pretty much in keeping with the absurdist bent of the cartoon.
* {{Parody}} - Many episodes are
* WidgetSeries - It's about kids gaining superpowers thanks to a vomit-spewing flying pink pokemon-thing. So yeah.
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