History YMMV / CandyCandy

21st Feb '17 11:07:47 PM annette12
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* [[GermansLoveDavidHasselhoff French and Latin-Americans LOVE Candy Candy]]: VERY popular in Latin America, and in France where it was the very first shojo ever seen.
** [[PeripheryDemographic Also is a girls show that Latin American boys were more than willing to watch.]]

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* [[GermansLoveDavidHasselhoff French and Latin-Americans LOVE Candy Candy]]: GermansLoveDavidHasselhoff: VERY popular in Latin America, and in France where it was the very first shojo ever seen.
** [[PeripheryDemographic Also is a girls show that Latin American boys were more than willing to watch.]]
seen. It's also quite popular (and still well-remembered) in Italy.


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* PeripheryDemographic: A girls show that Latin American boys were more than willing to watch.
21st Feb '17 7:59:29 PM ANewMan
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** Candy's SweetPollyOliver moment where she dresses as a boy and dances with (even ''flirting with'') Eliza, much to her confusion.

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** Candy's SweetPollyOliver moment where she dresses as a boy and dances with (even ''flirting with'') Eliza, Eliza before declining a dance with her, much to her confusion.
21st Feb '17 10:30:31 AM ANewMan
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** A similar moment occurs at a later dinner party at the Regan Manor - as Candy walks to take her seat at the table, Neil sticks out his foot in an attempt to trip her...and she steps on his foot instead, making ''him'' make a comically pained face while she just walks on past him.
** Candy's SweetPollyOliver moment where she dresses as a boy and dances with (even ''flirting with'') Eliza, much to her confusion.
21st Feb '17 10:06:44 AM ANewMan
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*** Eliza and Neil had their moments of this early on, being the products of a toxic, spoiling, and enabling upbringing by their mother that turned them into bratty children with no understanding of how to socialize with anyone outside their class, but this ultimately fizzled out in favor of keeping them straight-up Jerkasses instead. Neil [[BaitTheDog seemed to be becoming one again]] when he discovered he had feelings for Candy, [[JerkWithAHeartOfJerk but NOPE]], he's still a raging asshole.

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*** Eliza and Neil had their moments of this early on, being the products of a toxic, spoiling, and enabling upbringing by [[RichBitch their mother mother]] that turned them into [[SpoiledBrat bratty children children]] with [[RichInDollarsPoorInSense no understanding of how to socialize with anyone outside their class, class]], but this ultimately fizzled out in favor of keeping them straight-up Jerkasses instead. Neil [[BaitTheDog seemed to be becoming one again]] when he discovered he had feelings for Candy, [[JerkWithAHeartOfJerk but NOPE]], he's still a raging asshole.
21st Feb '17 9:58:53 AM ANewMan
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*** Eliza and Neil had their moments of this early on, being the products of a toxic, spoiling, and enabling upbringing by their mother that turned them into bratty children with no understanding of how to socialize with anyone outside their class, but this ultimately fizzled out in favor of keeping them straight-up Jerkasses instead. Neil [[BaitTheDog seemed to be becoming one again]] when he discovered he had feelings for Candy, [[JerkWithAHeartOfJerk but NOPE]], he's still a raging asshole.
13th Oct '16 7:20:52 PM arrgh
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* MisaimedFandom: Considering that ''Candy Candy'' is a {{shoujo}} manga from TheSeventies, it had [[FairForItsDay pretty revolutionary]] 'messages': "Be honest to yourself", "Don't throw away your own beliefs", "Work hard to earn what you get in life", "Don't give up on your purposes", "Romance is important, yes, but not the end and be all to a woman's life". The fandom, however, ignores almost all of them '''only''' to focus on the romantic part of the plot, and '''''specially''''' on loudly complaining because Candy and Terry didn't end up together. Even older fans in their 30's and 40's, who should know better, fall into this trap.

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* MisaimedFandom: Considering that ''Candy Candy'' is a {{shoujo}} manga from TheSeventies, it had [[FairForItsDay pretty revolutionary]] 'messages': "Be honest to yourself", "Don't throw away your own beliefs", "Work hard to earn what you get in life", "Don't give up on your purposes", "Romance is important, yes, but not the end and be all to a woman's life". The fandom, however, ignores almost all of them '''only''' to focus on the romantic part of the plot, and '''''specially''''' on loudly complaining because Candy and Terry didn't end up together. Even older fans in their 30's and 40's, who should know better, fall into this trap.



* ValuesResonance: A shoujo manga from TheSeventies that isn't necessarily centered ONLY on romance '''and''' tells young girls that they can be whatever they want to be in life, as long as they work hard for it? HELL YES!

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* ValuesResonance: A shoujo manga from TheSeventies that isn't necessarily centered ONLY on romance '''and''' tells young girls people that they can be whatever they want to be in life, as long as they work hard for it? HELL YES!
8th Oct '16 12:00:01 PM GlitteringFlowers
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* AngstAversion: More than one watcher/reader ended up getting tired of all the relentless, neverending, borderline ridiculous melodrama surrounding Candy's life and ended up dropping the series.

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* AngstAversion: More than one watcher/reader ended up getting tired of all the relentless, neverending, borderline ridiculous melodrama surrounding Candy's life and ended up dropping and, as a consequence, dropped the series.


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* FunnyMoments: Candy's "dance" with Archie at the Andree party, where she steps on his foot and he makes a comically exaggerated pained face.
13th Sep '16 9:34:58 AM digiblackraven93
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** "Separation on a snowy day" (A.K.A the episode that ShipSinking sinks definitely the relationship between Candy and Terry) is this for many viewers. It's so well done that ''even those who don't ship Candy x Terry'' are moved.

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** "Separation on a snowy day" (A.K.A the episode that ShipSinking sinks definitely [[ShipSinking sinks]] the relationship between Candy and Terry) is this for many viewers. It's so well done that ''even those who don't ship Candy x Terry'' are moved.
31st Aug '16 7:49:28 PM AlleyOop
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* DarknessInducedAudienceApathy: More than one watcher/reader ended up getting tired of all the relentless, neverending, borderline ridiculous melodrama surrounding Candy's life and ended up dropping the series.

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* DarknessInducedAudienceApathy: AngstAversion: More than one watcher/reader ended up getting tired of all the relentless, neverending, borderline ridiculous melodrama surrounding Candy's life and ended up dropping the series.
31st Aug '16 6:03:44 AM GlitteringFlowers
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* FamilyUnfriendlyAesop: "Be good, end up happy... but without a love interest."
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