History WesternAnimation / StrawberryShortcake

18th Apr '17 5:35:27 PM nombretomado
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* AllCgiCartoon: ''StrawberryShortcake's Berry Bitty Adventures''

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* AllCgiCartoon: ''StrawberryShortcake's AllCGICartoon: ''Strawberry Shortcake's Berry Bitty Adventures''
14th Apr '17 3:01:10 AM tropower
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* TitleThemeTune: The 2003 and 2009 versions are straight examples. The 1980s version also qualifies, although, that only happens in the first special[[note]]And possibly the second. While the theme doesn't mention her name, it clearly does talk about her.[[/note]]

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* TitleThemeTune: The 2003 and 2009 versions are straight examples. The 1980s version also qualifies, although, that only happens in the first special[[note]]And possibly the second. While the theme doesn't mention her name, it clearly does talk about her. It does, however, mention "Big Apple City", so it counts as one in its own right either way.[[/note]]
16th Mar '17 7:37:33 AM morenohijazo
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* NewYorkIsOnlyManhattan: The 80s version had a stand-in for Manhattan that ignored the rest of the city.
24th Dec '16 6:37:51 PM JMQwilleran
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* SelflessWish: In ''Berry, Merry Christmas''', when SantaClaus asks Strawberry what she wants for Christmas, she sobs because she's worried that she won't be able to find a gift for Huckleberry. After reassuring her that things will be alright with Huck, he asks her just what it is that ''she'' wants, but she can't come up with anything other than that she wants to make sure all of her friends get good gifts.

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* SelflessWish: In ''Berry, Merry Christmas''', when SantaClaus asks Strawberry what she wants for Christmas, she sobs because she's worried that she won't be able to find a gift for Huckleberry. After reassuring her that things will be alright with Huck, he asks her just what it is that ''she'' wants, but she can't come up with anything other than that she wants to make sure all of her friends get good gifts. To further drive home the point, most kids have a Christmas list of things they want for Christmas. What Strawberry calls her "Christmas list" is actually her list of things she plans to buy for her friends.
28th Oct '16 9:38:37 AM Sapphirea2
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* InnocentlyInsensitive: Strawberry Shortcake's friends always mean well, but throughout the specials they sometimes come off like they don't understand the consequences of their actions and won't ''think'' first. In the first special, they have a wonderful plan to hold a "surprise birthday party" for Strawberry Shortcake. Instead of giving Strawberry something to do until surprise party time, however, the manner they chose to keep the secret involved rebuffing and ignoring her. This drove Strawberry to burst into tears thinking no one loved her; she would've missed the party completely if ''the friggin' Sun Narrator'' hadn't gotten fed up and spilled the beans that her friends didn't desert her and were in fact waiting for her right then.
** As another example, in the third special, the Pieman rigs a contest in his favor...but as a twist, he accuses Strawberry of helping him. Strawberry's friends ''immediately'' jump to the conclusion that Strawberry did in fact cheat, and they end up driving Strawberry away (she doesn't come back until a new "skunk" friend convinces her to).

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* InnocentlyInsensitive: Strawberry Shortcake's friends always mean well, but throughout the specials they sometimes come off like they don't as unable to understand the consequences of their actions and won't ''think'' not ''thinking them through'' first. In the first special, they have a wonderful plan to hold a "surprise surprise birthday party" party for Strawberry Shortcake. Instead of giving Strawberry something to do until surprise party time, however, the manner they chose to keep the secret involved involves rebuffing and ignoring her. her when she offers to have lunch with them. This drove Strawberry drives her to burst into tears thinking no one loved loves her; she would've missed would miss the party completely if ''the friggin' Sun Narrator'' hadn't gotten didn't get fed up and spilled spill the beans that her friends didn't desert her and were are in fact waiting for her right then.
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** As another example, Furthermore, Raspberry Tart's defining character trait in the third special, that first special is that she speaks before thinking, which causes her to come off as unintentionally insulting. ("Aren't you a little old for watering cans?")
** In ''Pets on Parade'',
the Pieman rigs a the contest in his favor...but as a twist, he accuses Strawberry (the contest judge) of helping him. him in exchange for a bribe. Strawberry's friends ''immediately'' jump to the conclusion that Strawberry did in fact help him cheat, and they end up driving Strawberry away (she -- she doesn't come back until a new "skunk" skunk friend convinces her to).to.



* LongHairIsFeminine: In the special where they first meet the berry princess, she rewards the main characters with longer hair.

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* LongHairIsFeminine: In ''Strawberry Shortcake Meets the special where they first meet Berrykins'' the berry princess, she Berry Princess rewards the main characters with longer hair.



* SugarApocalypse: When the Pie-Man's magical watering can flooded Strawberryland in the 80's special. Doubles as NightmareFuel to many viewers.

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* SugarApocalypse: When the Pie-Man's The Pieman's magical watering can flooded manages to completely flood Strawberryland in the 80's special. Doubles first special, a crisis that doubled as NightmareFuel to many viewers.



* VillainDecay: The Peculiar Purple Pieman of Porcupine Peak. In the first special, he's a legitimately treacherous villain who's capable of flooding Strawberryland to get what he wants (all of the strawberries). By the third special, he's framing Strawberry Shortcake for bribery.... in order [[EvilisPetty to get a children's tricycle.]]

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* VillainDecay: The Peculiar Purple Pieman of Porcupine Peak. In the first special, he's a legitimately treacherous villain who's capable of flooding Strawberryland to get what he wants (all -- namely, all of the strawberries).strawberries. By the third special, he's framing Strawberry Shortcake for bribery.... in order [[EvilisPetty to get a children's tricycle.]]
20th Oct '16 9:17:24 AM JMQwilleran
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* WantingIsBetterThanHaving: This is basically the point of the "Waiting for the Fun to Start" song.
-->''My favorite part of ridin' ain't the sweet sensation / The exhilaration when you feel your beating heart / My favorite part of ridin' is the preparation / While you're waitin' for the fun to start...''
4th Jun '16 9:58:28 PM nombretomado
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** 2003/2007: Tons of them -- Four titles (including one GBA Video cartridge and one Europe-exclusive title) for the UsefulNotes/GameBoyAdvance, two titles for the UsefulNotes/NintendoDS, and a title for the UsefulNotes/{{Playstation2}}, which was ported over to the PC and then not released outside Europe. And then there's the Plug-and-play dance mat. Also, three PC titles (including said Europe-only port of the PS2 Sweet Dreams Game).

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** 2003/2007: Tons of them -- Four titles (including one GBA Video cartridge and one Europe-exclusive title) for the UsefulNotes/GameBoyAdvance, two titles for the UsefulNotes/NintendoDS, and a title for the UsefulNotes/{{Playstation2}}, which was ported over to the PC and then not released outside Europe. And then there's the Plug-and-play dance mat. Also, three PC titles (including said Europe-only port of the PS2 [=PS2=] Sweet Dreams Game).



* DummiedOut: The NTSC/UC version of ''The Sweet Dreams Game'' for the PS2 has the entire ''How A Garden Grows'' song from the movie in the game data, but it was never used in-game for reasons unknown.

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* DummiedOut: The NTSC/UC version of ''The Sweet Dreams Game'' for the PS2 [=PS2=] has the entire ''How A Garden Grows'' song from the movie in the game data, but it was never used in-game for reasons unknown.



* NonLethalBottomlessPits: In the Sweet Dreams Game for the PS2, accidentally falling into a cliff or river will result in Strawberry saying "Oh, no!" while the screen goes through a wipe. The game then resumes with the player character standing just right next to the point the fall happened.

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* NonLethalBottomlessPits: In the Sweet Dreams Game for the PS2, [=PS2=], accidentally falling into a cliff or river will result in Strawberry saying "Oh, no!" while the screen goes through a wipe. The game then resumes with the player character standing just right next to the point the fall happened.
10th Mar '16 8:57:05 PM nombretomado
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* SugarBowl: Only RainbowBrite and the CareBears are as known for this, at least in the U.S. (The U.K. theatrical release of ''The Care Bears Movie'' ran ''Strawberry Shortcake Meets the Berrykins'' as a pre-movie bonus; both were Nelvana productions.)

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* SugarBowl: Only RainbowBrite and the CareBears WesternAnimation/{{Care Bears|1980s}} are as known for this, at least in the U.S. (The U.K. theatrical release of ''The Care Bears Movie'' ran ''Strawberry Shortcake Meets the Berrykins'' as a pre-movie bonus; both were Nelvana productions.)
21st Jan '16 11:09:52 AM Psychopulse
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The franchise got another reboot in 2009, with Strawberry living in Berry Bitty City, and no villains in sight (at least not at this time...). This franchise has so far spawned a 2010 TV series, ''Strawberry Shortcake's Berry Bitty Adventures'' (which is not available in some parts of Asia due to the cable providers not wanting to carry Boomerang, and later, Cartoonito), three movies, and a iPhone game that is [[NoExportForYou only available in the US.]]

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The franchise got another reboot in 2009, with Strawberry living in Berry Bitty City, and no villains in sight (at least not at this time...until Sour Grapes returns...). This franchise has so far spawned a 2010 TV series, ''Strawberry Shortcake's Berry Bitty Adventures'' (which is not available in some parts of Asia due to the cable providers not wanting to carry Boomerang, and later, Cartoonito), three movies, and a iPhone game that is [[NoExportForYou only available in the US.]]
23rd Nov '15 3:06:51 PM Berrenta
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