History WesternAnimation / TotallySpies

23rd Sep '16 10:28:13 PM nombretomado
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* NoCelebritiesWereHarmed: This show was particularly bad with this. In fact, one episode centered around a number of knockoffs of Bill Gates, Oprah Winfrey, BritneySpears, etc., and the villain was Milan Stilton.

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* NoCelebritiesWereHarmed: This show was particularly bad with this. In fact, one episode centered around a number of knockoffs of Bill Gates, Oprah Winfrey, BritneySpears, Music/BritneySpears, etc., and the villain was Milan Stilton.
20th Sep '16 3:47:11 AM rafi
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* GroundhogDayLoop: The premise around Season 4's "Déjà Cruise".

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* GroundhogDayLoop: The premise around Season 4's "Déjà Cruise". In the episode, the girls take a vacation on the WOOHP cruise ship, which gets hijacked by bad guys and eventually ends up sinking somehow, after which the girls wake up in their room and start the loop over. They break the loop by [[spoiler:learning to co-operate with their fellow agents on board instead of telling everyone to stand back while they handle it.]] The whole thing is, of course, [[spoiler:a training exercise set up by Jerry, and the entire ship is in on it.]]
18th Sep '16 7:05:04 AM Monolaf317
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* FriendshipFavoritism: In "Truth Or Scare", Mandy tries to force Alex to choose between Sam and Clover; the latter two compete for her (Alex's) affection. At the episode, Alex says that despite her childhood stuffed toy turtle (named Ollie) being her favorite, she would never choose between the two of them, causing the girls to cry TearsOfJoy.
13th Sep '16 9:30:30 AM roldarryl
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* ParentalNeglect: Jason, the BigBad in "Zooney World" [[spoiler: who's actually a kid]], hypnotizes every kid in the world through his TV show because his TV executive father always refuses to spend time with him.

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* ParentalNeglect: Jason, the BigBad in "Zooney World" [[spoiler: who's actually a kid]], hypnotizes every kid in the world through his TV show because his TV executive father always refuses to spend time with him.
13th Sep '16 9:27:14 AM roldarryl
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* ParentalNeglect: Jason, the BigBad in "Zooney World" [[spoiler: who's actually a kid]], hypnotizes every kid in the world through his TV show because his TV executive father always refuses to spend time with him.
5th Sep '16 8:14:54 AM Monolaf317
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-->-- "Game Girls"

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-->-- "Game Girls"
-->--'''"Game Girls"'''






* MinorFlawMajorBreakup: At the end of the episode where Alex gets muscular after ingesting a muscle growth formula, her boyfriend of the week dumps her because [[NoGuyWantsAnAmazon he doesn't date girls more buff than him]]. She doesn't take that too well.


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* NoGuyWantsAnAmazon: At the end of the episode where Alex gets muscular after ingesting a muscle growth formula, her boyfriend of the week (politely) dumps her because he doesn't date girls more buff than him. She doesn't take that too well.
2nd Sep '16 7:04:09 PM Monolaf317
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* NegativeContinuity: The show has a bit of a problem with this since it's been running for so long and circulating writers. The biggest of which involving the girls origins, in one one-hour special, it was stated that they were chosen from childhood to be spies later on in their lives. But TheMovie showcased them becoming spies when they happened upon WOOHP by accident.
** That's actually false, the TheMovie part, as WOOHP has been watching them and picked them because of the skills they have shown, even saying that they have a "Spy Gene"

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* NegativeContinuity: The show has a bit of a problem with this since it's been running for so long and circulating writers. The biggest of which involving the girls origins, in one one-hour special, it was stated that they were chosen from childhood to be spies later on in their lives. But TheMovie showcased them becoming spies when they happened upon WOOHP by accident.
** That's actually false, the TheMovie part, as WOOHP has been watching them and picked them because of the skills they have shown, even saying that they have a "Spy Gene"
19th Aug '16 1:14:01 PM Zeanobia
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* ArtisticLicenseBiology: According to the show, being a spy is genetics. Through a "Spy gene". As well as Terrence is so evil that putting his DNA inside of a chocolate turns Jerry evil upon consumption.
19th Aug '16 4:55:33 AM CrayonKiddo
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* InstantCostumeChange: In "Passion Patties", Jerry sends the trio to their assignment using capsule-shaped rockets that charge their clothes on the way. (Sam, who's already having a bad day, emerges with the shirt on backwards.)

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* InstantCostumeChange: In "Passion Patties", Jerry sends the trio to their assignment using capsule-shaped rockets that charge their clothes on the way. (Sam, (Clover, who's already having a bad day, emerges with the shirt on backwards.)
14th Aug '16 1:51:11 PM rafi
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* GirlScoutsAreEvil: Subverted in "Passion Pattie. The Happy Girls developed extremely addictive cookies that cause people to become extremely fat in a matter of hours. However it was actually the person running it that was the actual bad guy, and the scouts simply thought they were selling normal cookies that were just that good.
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