History WesternAnimation / WordGirl

26th Aug '16 8:52:20 PM dsneybuf
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* SpiritualSuccessor: The premise is similar to ''TheElectricCompany'' short segmnent, "Letterman." and the Electric Company comics had yet another hero named WonderWord.

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* SpiritualSuccessor: The premise is similar to ''TheElectricCompany'' ''Series/TheElectricCompany1971'' short segmnent, "Letterman." and the Electric Company comics had yet another hero named WonderWord.
31st Jul '16 3:05:18 PM nombretomado
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* LightIsNotGood: Miss Power's outfit looks similar to that of DCComics' Power Girl but in [[{{Expy}} appearance]] only.

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* LightIsNotGood: Miss Power's outfit looks similar to that of DCComics' Creator/DCComics' Power Girl but in [[{{Expy}} appearance]] only.
29th Jul '16 4:04:41 PM MasterParadox
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** "The Ordinary, Extraordinary Botsfords" showed us Violet's and Scoop's family trees. [[http://paradox-master.tumblr.com/post/148130315975/okay-lets-break-this-down-i-spy-three They are quite messed up.]]
29th Jul '16 3:07:20 PM Ferot_Dreadnaught
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* GenreSavvy: When something that might be peril rears its ugly head, [=WordGirl=] knows she's facing a HarmlessVillain who is in no way threatening to her. She even offers the occasional bit of advice.



** In "The Fill-In," The Butcher shows up as a temporary fill-in for Dr. Two Brains's henchman, Charlie. Dr. Two-Brains tells him that he's too good to be just a temporary fill-in and tries to insist on one of these instead, but The Butcher turns him down flat because "[[DangerouslyGenreSavvy they never work]]" and even tells him "ItsNotYouItsMe." He later jets in the middle of a robbery when Charlie returns.

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** In "The Fill-In," The Butcher shows up as a temporary fill-in for Dr. Two Brains's henchman, Charlie. Dr. Two-Brains tells him that he's too good to be just a temporary fill-in and tries to insist on one of these instead, but The Butcher turns him down flat because "[[DangerouslyGenreSavvy they "they never work]]" work" and even tells him "ItsNotYouItsMe." He later jets in the middle of a robbery when Charlie returns.
29th Jul '16 10:50:24 AM HighCrate
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* DangerouslyGenreSavvy: Tobey in "By Jove, You've Wrecked My Robots" comes extremely close to exposing [=WordGirl=]'s secret identity and manages to see through almost all of Becky's attempts at denying it.
* DarkerAndEdgier: The Rise of Miss Power.
** Subverted in "Don't Mess with the Best." Dr. Two-Brains tells Victoria Best that if she 'really' wants to get rid of [=WordGirl=] and prove she's the best villain, she should push that red button on the back of his cheese ray. Turns out [[spoiler: it just sprays Victoria in the face with gunk, causing her to drop it, and allowing Dr. Two-Brains to pick it back up]].

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* DangerouslyGenreSavvy: Tobey in "By Jove, You've Wrecked My Robots" comes extremely close to exposing [=WordGirl=]'s secret identity and manages to see through almost all of Becky's attempts at denying it.
* DarkerAndEdgier: The Rise of Miss Power.
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Subverted in "Don't Mess with the Best." Dr. Two-Brains tells Victoria Best that if she 'really' wants to get rid of [=WordGirl=] and prove she's the best villain, she should push that red button on the back of his cheese ray. Turns out [[spoiler: it just sprays Victoria in the face with gunk, causing her to drop it, and allowing Dr. Two-Brains to pick it back up]].
23rd May '16 12:16:04 PM Wyldchyld
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* BlondGuysAreEvil: Tobey.
** Nocan The Contrarian is another example.
* BlondesAreEvil: Victoria Best, Lady Redundant Woman, Miss Power, and Leslie can all be considered examples.
13th May '16 4:41:34 PM EvilDoctor
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* MemeticMutation: In "Yes Monkey" Mr. Big calls Captain Huggyface a 'chip monk' which causes [=WordGirl=] to later refer to him as a 'chip monkey'.

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* MemeticMutation: In-Universe: In "Yes Monkey" Mr. Big calls Captain Huggyface a 'chip monk' which causes [=WordGirl=] to later refer to him as a 'chip monkey'.
13th May '16 4:33:23 PM EvilDoctor
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* MemeticMutation: In "Yes Monkey" Mr. Big calls Captain Huggyface a 'Chip Monk' which causes [=WordGirl=] to refer to him as a 'Chip Monkey'.

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* MemeticMutation: In "Yes Monkey" Mr. Big calls Captain Huggyface a 'Chip Monk' 'chip monk' which causes [=WordGirl=] to later refer to him as a 'Chip Monkey'.'chip monkey'.
13th May '16 4:30:16 PM EvilDoctor
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* MemeticMutation: In "Yes Monkey" Mr. Big calls Captain Huggyface a 'Chip Monk' which causes [=WordGirl=] to refer to him as a 'Chip Monkey'.
18th Apr '16 1:18:57 AM aye_amber
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** "Book Ends" is named after a SimonAndGarfunkel song, "Banned on the Run" is named after a PaulMcCartney song, and "Cherish is the Word" is named after a song by The Association.

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** "Book Ends" is named after a SimonAndGarfunkel Music/SimonAndGarfunkel song, "Banned on the Run" is named after a PaulMcCartney song, and "Cherish is the Word" is named after a song by The Association.
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