History YMMV / CardcaptorSakura

4th Oct '17 11:27:11 AM ThomasProofreader
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** Any time Syaoran calls [[FirstNameBasis Sakura by her name]] instead of the dismissal HeyYou starting from episode 57 as it demonstrates just how far [[TookALevelInKindness Syaoran has developed from and arrogant rival to a close friend of Sakura]]. Possibly subverted in Episode 60 where it is used for TearJerker purposes.

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** Any time Syaoran calls [[FirstNameBasis Sakura by her name]] instead of the dismissal HeyYou starting from episode 57 as it demonstrates just how far [[TookALevelInKindness Syaoran has developed from and an arrogant rival to a close friend of Sakura]]. Possibly subverted in Episode 60 where it is used for TearJerker purposes.
12th Sep '17 11:12:36 AM Sakubara
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* FriendlyFandoms: With ''Franchise/{{Pokemon}}'', given the similar optimistic tone and friendship themes between the two. The ''{{Anime/Pokemon}}'' anime even [[http://bulbapedia.bulbagarden.net/wiki/DP077 paid homage to this show.]]

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* FriendlyFandoms: With ''Franchise/{{Pokemon}}'', given the similar optimistic tone and friendship themes between the two. The ''{{Anime/Pokemon}}'' anime even [[http://bulbapedia.[[https://cdn.bulbagarden.net/wiki/DP077 net/upload/5/5b/Sakura_and_Tomoyo_DP077.png paid homage to this show.]]
12th Sep '17 6:41:02 AM Sakubara
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* FandomBerserkButton: Don't mention ''[[{{Macekre}} Cardcaptors]]'' particuarly to hardcore fans, and Yue help you if you say that you like that version specifically.
6th Sep '17 7:25:01 AM ABE.Crudele
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** Toya tells Sakura that she isn't fit to be a princess, then ''Manga/TsubasaReservoirChronicle'' came out with Princess Sakura as a main character.

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** Toya Touya tells Sakura that she isn't fit to be a princess, then ''Manga/TsubasaReservoirChronicle'' came out with Princess Sakura as a main character.



* ValuesDissonance: This series has an astonishingly casual view of May/December teacher/student relationships. Sakura's mother and father met when he was a high school teacher and she was a highschool student. Sakura's older brother and his (student) teacher had a brief romance, but dropped it for reasons that had nothing to do with age inappropriateness and more with [[spoiler: her leaving ''and'' knowing that they'd fall for others]]. One of Sakura's prepubescent classmates has a crush on their teacher... and in the manga, he returns it! And this is shown as romantic and dreamy. Nelvana even changed a line about Rita liking Mr. Terada to her ''fearing'' him, which is rather needless anyway since the anime has him completely oblivious to her PrecociousCrush.

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* ValuesDissonance: This series has an astonishingly casual view of May/December teacher/student relationships. Sakura's mother and father met when he was a high school teacher and she was a highschool student. Sakura's older brother and his (student) teacher had a brief romance, but dropped it for reasons that had nothing to do with age inappropriateness and more with [[spoiler: her leaving ''and'' knowing that they'd fall for others]]. One of Sakura's prepubescent classmates has a crush on their teacher... and in the manga, he returns it! And this is shown as romantic and dreamy. Nelvana even changed a line about Rita Rika liking Mr. Terada to her ''fearing'' him, which is rather needless anyway since the anime has him completely oblivious to her PrecociousCrush.



* WhatDoYouMeanItsForKids: While you couldn't accuse it of being anything worse than G-rated for its complete lack of explicit content, there's at least four cases of adult-child relationships (and the oldest of the children is Nadeshiko, who married the 25-year-old Fujitaka when she was 16), two of which involve 11-year-old children (Rika and Eriol), and two cases of incest (Tomoyo for her cousin Sakura, and Tomoyo's mother Sonomi for her sister Nadeshiko). Of the remaining relationships, the only one ''not'' explicitly a matter of magic-induced EmotionControl is Syaoran and Sakura themselves.

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* WhatDoYouMeanItsForKids: While you couldn't accuse it of being anything worse than G-rated for its complete lack of explicit content, there's at least four cases of adult-child relationships (and the oldest of the children is Nadeshiko, who married the 25-year-old Fujitaka when she was 16), two of which involve 11-year-old children (Rika and Eriol), and two cases of incest (Tomoyo for her (second) cousin Sakura, and Tomoyo's mother Sonomi mother, Sonomi, for her sister cousin, Nadeshiko). Of the remaining relationships, the only one ''not'' explicitly a matter of magic-induced EmotionControl is Syaoran and Sakura themselves.
8th Aug '17 9:51:45 PM Nazo
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* EndingFatigue: The anime's third season. While it has some great monents, a lot of episodes follow the [[StrictlyFormula same formula]] of Eriol causing some trouble and Sakura fixing it while sensing Clow Reed's presence, which makes it feel quite repetitive (see {{Narm}} below). Additionally, the big "twist" that the season builds up to, [[spoiler:that is, that Eriol is Clow's reincarnation and wants to put Sakura to test]], is [[CaptainObviousReveal pretty easy to guess]] for anyone older than twelve.
5th Aug '17 11:02:18 AM MyFinalEdits
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** However, this is more a case of [[AuthorAppeal personal author beliefs]] rather than cultural differences, since Japan isn't too accepting of ''gay'' relationships in general, much less relationships with huge age differences. And besides, CLAMP is a former doujin circle of YaoiFangirls. Fangirls aren't really known for sticking only to forms of love that society deems "O.K." (just look at the popularity of IncestYayShipping, on both sides of the Pacific).
4th Aug '17 9:23:35 PM YasminPerry
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** However, this is more a case of [[AuthorAppeal personal author beliefs]] rather than cultural differences, since Japan isn't too accepting of ''gay'' relationships in general, much less relationships with huge age differences. And besides, CLAMP is a former doujin circle of YaoiFangirls. Fangirls aren't really known for sticking only to forms of love that society deems "O.K." (just look at the popularity of IncestYayShipping, on both sides of the Pacific).
18th Jul '17 1:37:42 PM MiracleChange
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* AmericansHateTingle: Many fans outside Japan hate Terada-sensei due to the very common AlternateCharacterInterpretation that he is a pedophile.

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* AmericansHateTingle: Many fans outside Japan hate Terada-sensei due to the very common AlternateCharacterInterpretation that he is a pedophile. This also extends to Rika to an extent.
30th May '17 10:30:24 PM Tavernier
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* WhatDoYouMeanItsForKids: While you couldn't accuse it of being anything worse than G-rated for its complete lack of explicit content, there's at least four cases of adult-child relationships (and the oldest of the children is Nadeshiko, who married the 25-year-old Fujitaka when she was 16), two of which involve 11-year-old children (Rika and Eriol), and two cases of incest (Tomoyo for her cousin Sakura, and Tomoyo's mother Sonomi for her sister Nadeshiko).

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* WhatDoYouMeanItsForKids: While you couldn't accuse it of being anything worse than G-rated for its complete lack of explicit content, there's at least four cases of adult-child relationships (and the oldest of the children is Nadeshiko, who married the 25-year-old Fujitaka when she was 16), two of which involve 11-year-old children (Rika and Eriol), and two cases of incest (Tomoyo for her cousin Sakura, and Tomoyo's mother Sonomi for her sister Nadeshiko). Of the remaining relationships, the only one ''not'' explicitly a matter of magic-induced EmotionControl is Syaoran and Sakura themselves.
25th May '17 1:38:08 PM Tavernier
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* WhatDoYouMeanItsForKids: While you couldn't accuse it of being anything worse than G-rated for its complete lack of explicit content, there's at least four cases of adult-child relationships (and the oldest of the children is Nadeshiko, who married the 25-year-old Fujitaka when she was 16), two of which involve 11-year-old children (Rika and Eriol), and two cases of incest (Tomoyo for her cousin Sakura, and Tomoyo's mother Sonomi for her sister Nadeshiko).
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