History YMMV / StevenUniverse

26th May '17 7:27:47 PM Crossover-Enthusiast
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** Steven and Connie are preteens. Fusion has sexual undertones. Steven and Connie have fused. Two children have had metaphorical sex on this show. Several times.
26th May '17 4:29:35 PM ScotieRw
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** Steven and Connie are preteens. Fusion has sexual undertones. Steven and Connie have fused. Two children have had metaphorical sex on this show. Several times.
26th May '17 11:58:07 AM Crossover-Enthusiast
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** Quite possibly the biggest example of this is the episode "Keeping It Together" where Garnet ''gets on the verge of a mental breakdown after witnessing the remnants of the mass destruction of innocent Crystal Gems who were forced to fuse together''. Oh, and there's lots of BodyHorror for the whole family there, too.

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** Quite possibly the biggest example of this is the episode "Keeping It Together" where Garnet ''gets on the verge of a mental breakdown after witnessing the remnants of the mass destruction of innocent Crystal Gems who were forced to fuse Fuse together''. Oh, and there's lots of BodyHorror for the whole family there, too.



* WinBackTheCrowd: When Cartoon Network put the show on a three month hiatus, fans got worried that the show was going to be ScrewedByTheNetwork. Then the network revealed that not only did they add more episodes to the first season, they also renewed it for a big second season. The result was that Steven Universe would have a total of ''104'' episodes [[note]]52 half-hours[[/note]] for its first two seasons. Such news put the fans' minds at ease.

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* WinBackTheCrowd: WinBackTheCrowd:
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When Cartoon Network put the show on a three month hiatus, fans got worried that the show was going to be ScrewedByTheNetwork. Then the network revealed that not only did they add more episodes to the first season, they also renewed it for a big second season. The result was that Steven Universe would have a total of ''104'' episodes [[note]]52 half-hours[[/note]] for its first two seasons. Such news put the fans' minds at ease.
26th May '17 7:26:07 AM Crossover-Enthusiast
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** Stevenbomb 6 as a whole. While the episodes shown are considered to be better than a good chunk of the ones from earlier in Season 4, some feel that most of the episodes presented are still lacking (especially "The Good Lars" which some felt could've been cut entirely) and that "Are You My Dad?" and "I Am My Mom" were the only ones from that week worth writing home about.

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** Stevenbomb 6 as a whole. While the episodes shown are considered to be better than a good chunk of the ones from earlier in Season 4, some feel that most of the episodes presented are still lacking (especially "The Good Lars" which some felt could've been cut entirely) lacking, and that "Are You My Dad?" and "I Am My Mom" were the only ones from that week worth writing home about.
26th May '17 7:11:43 AM ThomasVeggieDramaFan
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** While "Lion 4: Alternate Ending" is regarded as being better than some of the other episodes since the Out of This World arc, itís still looked at by some as yet another average episode in an already lacking season.
** "The Good Lars" is another episode that's subpar in a season that's been somewhat lacking, but an amazing episode when compared to "The New Lars" and all the previous Lars episodes.

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** Stevenbomb 6 as a whole. While "Lion 4: Alternate Ending" is regarded as being the episodes shown are considered to be better than some a good chunk of the other ones from earlier in Season 4, some feel that most of the episodes since the Out of This World arc, itís presented are still looked at by some as yet another average episode in an already lacking season.
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(especially "The Good Lars" is another episode that's subpar in a season that's which some felt could've been somewhat lacking, but an amazing episode when compared to "The New Lars" cut entirely) and all that "Are You My Dad?" and "I Am My Mom" were the previous Lars episodes.only ones from that week worth writing home about.
25th May '17 2:27:45 PM Crossover-Enthusiast
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** Part of why a good number of fans tend to be very annoyed with episodes where Lars is the main character is because they all follow the exact same formula: The episode starts with Lars being a jerk, Steven somehow enters into the mix and something happens (either because of him or an outside force) that pits Lars, himself and anyone surrounding them (like Sadie or the Cool Kids) in a difficult situation, they overcome it and Lars learns that he shouldn't be such a complete jerk... [[AesopAmnesia only to forget the lesson he just learned the next time the show focuses on him]], making all of his episodes feel pointless and repetitive. Even "The Good Lars" and "Stuck Together" despite being seen as the best Lars episodes thus far, are still guilty to a lot of the same trappings with the only real differences being that both episodes have him admitting to the flaws that makes him so unlikable in the eyes of many and they don't end with him learning the same old "Don't be such a jerk" lesson again (though in the case of the former, it's only because [[spoiler:he gets kidnapped by Aquamarine and Topaz]]). This is part of why some would prefer for Lars to be written out of the series entirely.

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** Part of why a good number of fans tend to be very annoyed with episodes where Lars is the main character is because they all follow the exact same formula: The episode starts with Lars being a jerk, Steven somehow enters into the mix and something happens (either because of him or an outside force) that pits Lars, himself and anyone surrounding them (like Sadie or the Cool Kids) in a difficult situation, they overcome it and Lars learns that he shouldn't be such a complete jerk... jerk, [[AesopAmnesia only to forget the lesson he just learned the next time the show focuses on him]], making all of his episodes feel pointless and repetitive. Even "The Good Lars" and "Stuck Together" Together", despite being seen as the best Lars episodes thus far, are still guilty to a lot of the same trappings with the only real differences being that both episodes have him admitting to the flaws that makes him so unlikable in the eyes of many and they don't end with him learning the same old "Don't be such a jerk" lesson again (though in the case of the former, it's only because [[spoiler:he gets kidnapped by Aquamarine and Topaz]]).trappings. This is part of why some would prefer for Lars to be written out of the series entirely.



** Extremely [[DownPlayedTrope downplayed]] with Lars. While there are still plenty of fans who still don't give a crap about him even after "The Good Lars" and "Stuck Together" because of his earlier actions (which plays into the latter being listed under JustHereForGodzilla) plus being very annoyed that [[spoiler:he was the one left on the spaceship to become a key player in the long awaited Homeworld arc]], both episodes having him own up to the flaws that makes him so unlikable in the eyes of many (him owning up to nobody liking him in the former and the latter having him self loathing the fact that he's a wimp and a weakling) has at the very least 'promoted' him to BaseBreakingCharacter than the outright [[TheScrappy Scrappy]] that he's been up to this point.

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** Extremely [[DownPlayedTrope downplayed]] Downplayed]] with Lars. While there are still plenty of fans who still don't give a crap about dislike him even after "The Good Lars" and "Stuck Together" because of his earlier actions (which plays into the latter being listed under JustHereForGodzilla) plus being very annoyed that [[spoiler:he was the only one left on the spaceship ship to become a key player in the long awaited Homeworld arc]], both episodes having him own up to the flaws that makes him so unlikable in the eyes of many (him owning up to nobody liking him in the former and the latter having him self loathing the fact that he's a wimp and a weakling) has at (at the very least 'promoted' least) "promoted" him to a more BaseBreakingCharacter rather than the an outright [[TheScrappy Scrappy]] that he's been up to this point.Scrappy]].



** Garnet's excitement about Steven and Connie fusing into Stevonnie makes a lot more sense in light of the events in "Jailbreak" and "The Answer".

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** Garnet's excitement about Steven and Connie fusing Fusing into Stevonnie makes a lot more sense in light of the events in "Jailbreak" and "The Answer".
25th May '17 1:56:17 AM Scabbard
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** Part of why a good number of fans tend to be very annoyed with episodes where Lars is the main character is because they all follow the exact same formula: The episode starts with Lars being a jerk, Steven somehow enters into the mix and something happens (either because of him or an outside force) that pits Lars, himself and anyone surrounding them (like Sadie or the Cool Kids) in a difficult situation, they overcome it and Lars learns that he shouldn't be such a complete jerk... [[AesopAmnesia only to forget the lesson he just learned the next time the show focuses on him]], making all of his episodes feel pointless and repetitive. Even "The Good Lars" & "Stuck Together" despite being seen as the best Lars episodes thus far, are still guilty to a lot of the same trappings with the only real differences being that both episodes have him admitting to the flaws that makes him so unlikable in the eyes of many and they don't end with him learning the same old "Don't be such a jerk" lesson again (though in the case of the former, it's only because [[spoiler:he gets kidnapped by Aquamarine & Topaz]]). This is part of why some would prefer for Lars to be written out of the series entirely.

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** Part of why a good number of fans tend to be very annoyed with episodes where Lars is the main character is because they all follow the exact same formula: The episode starts with Lars being a jerk, Steven somehow enters into the mix and something happens (either because of him or an outside force) that pits Lars, himself and anyone surrounding them (like Sadie or the Cool Kids) in a difficult situation, they overcome it and Lars learns that he shouldn't be such a complete jerk... [[AesopAmnesia only to forget the lesson he just learned the next time the show focuses on him]], making all of his episodes feel pointless and repetitive. Even "The Good Lars" & and "Stuck Together" despite being seen as the best Lars episodes thus far, are still guilty to a lot of the same trappings with the only real differences being that both episodes have him admitting to the flaws that makes him so unlikable in the eyes of many and they don't end with him learning the same old "Don't be such a jerk" lesson again (though in the case of the former, it's only because [[spoiler:he gets kidnapped by Aquamarine & and Topaz]]). This is part of why some would prefer for Lars to be written out of the series entirely.



* JustHereForGodzilla: For the fans who still feel nothing for Lars even after supposedly being RescuedFromTheScrappyHeap in "The Good Lars" & "Stuck Together", they tend to remember the latter episode only for the stuff with Aquamarine & Topaz.

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* JustHereForGodzilla: For the fans who still feel nothing for Lars even after supposedly being RescuedFromTheScrappyHeap in "The Good Lars" & and "Stuck Together", they tend to remember the latter episode only for the stuff with Aquamarine & and Topaz.



** Only one episode after her debut in "Are You My Dad?", [[spoiler:Aquamarine crossed it big time in "I Am My Mom". In order to try and get Steven to tell her where she can find "My Dad" as part of her mission of retrieving six "Types" of humans, she threatens to '''''murder''''' the ones that she & Topaz have already captured (Connie, Sadie, Jamie, Onion and Lars) because [[LoopholeAbuse Homeworld never specified whether they wanted the humans they were ordered to retrieve alive or dead]]!]]

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** Only one episode after her debut in "Are You My Dad?", [[spoiler:Aquamarine crossed it big time in "I Am My Mom". In order to try and get Steven to tell her where she can find "My Dad" as part of her mission of retrieving six "Types" of humans, she threatens to '''''murder''''' the ones that she & and Topaz have already captured (Connie, Sadie, Jamie, Onion and Lars) because [[LoopholeAbuse Homeworld never specified whether they wanted the humans they were ordered to retrieve alive or dead]]!]]



** Extremely [[DownPlayedTrope downplayed]] with Lars. While there are still plenty of fans who still don't give a crap about him even after "The Good Lars" & "Stuck Together" because of his earlier actions (which plays into the latter being listed under JustHereForGodzilla) plus being very annoyed that [[spoiler:he was the one left on the spaceship to become a key player in the long awaited Homeworld arc]], both episodes having him own up to the flaws that makes him so unlikable in the eyes of many (him owning up to nobody liking him in the former and the latter having him self loathing the fact that he's a wimp and a weakling) has at the very least 'promoted' him to BaseBreakingCharacter than the outright [[TheScrappy Scrappy]] that he's been up to this point.

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** Extremely [[DownPlayedTrope downplayed]] with Lars. While there are still plenty of fans who still don't give a crap about him even after "The Good Lars" & and "Stuck Together" because of his earlier actions (which plays into the latter being listed under JustHereForGodzilla) plus being very annoyed that [[spoiler:he was the one left on the spaceship to become a key player in the long awaited Homeworld arc]], both episodes having him own up to the flaws that makes him so unlikable in the eyes of many (him owning up to nobody liking him in the former and the latter having him self loathing the fact that he's a wimp and a weakling) has at the very least 'promoted' him to BaseBreakingCharacter than the outright [[TheScrappy Scrappy]] that he's been up to this point.
24th May '17 9:36:23 AM Crossover-Enthusiast
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** "Chille Tid" has both this issue and ItsShortSoItSucks. Steven's ability to speak with Lapis mentally is used for all of three minutes, and in the end, we never learn where she and Jasper are or if Garnet found anything important, and the subplot of finding the Fused Homeworld Gems was dropped until "Super Watermelon Island" where they are finally defused for the Week of Sardonyx and Peridot's redemption arc, where they were only mentioned in "Nightmare Hospital" and "Cry for Help" despite the Crystal Gems currently focused on finding Peridot.

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** "Chille Tid" has both this issue and ItsShortSoItSucks. Steven's ability to speak with Lapis mentally is used for all of three minutes, and in the end, we never learn where she and Jasper are or if Garnet found anything important, and the subplot of finding the Fused Homeworld Gems was dropped put on hold until "Super Watermelon Island" Island", where they are finally defused for the Week of Sardonyx and Peridot's redemption arc, where they were only mentioned in "Nightmare Hospital" and "Cry for Help" despite the Crystal Gems currently focused on finding Peridot.get defused.
24th May '17 9:17:09 AM MathewRomero
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** "Chille Tid" has both this issue and ItsShortSoItSucks. Steven's ability to speak with Lapis mentally is used for all of three minutes, and in the end, we never learn where she and Jasper are or if Garnet found anything important, and the subplot of finding the Fused Homeworld Gems was was put on hold for the Week of Sardonyx and Peridot's redemption arc, where they were only mentioned in "Nightmare Hospital".

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** "Chille Tid" has both this issue and ItsShortSoItSucks. Steven's ability to speak with Lapis mentally is used for all of three minutes, and in the end, we never learn where she and Jasper are or if Garnet found anything important, and the subplot of finding the Fused Homeworld Gems was was put on hold dropped until "Super Watermelon Island" where they are finally defused for the Week of Sardonyx and Peridot's redemption arc, where they were only mentioned in "Nightmare Hospital".Hospital" and "Cry for Help" despite the Crystal Gems currently focused on finding Peridot.
24th May '17 8:37:42 AM Crossover-Enthusiast
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* ItsShortSoItSucks: One of the most common complaints about the show is it's 11 minute run-time, which makes several episodes too short to properly tell their stories, and instead makes them feel rushed.

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* ItsShortSoItSucks: One of the most common complaints about the show is it's 11 eleven minute run-time, which makes several episodes too short to properly tell their stories, and instead makes them feel rushed.



** "Chille Tid" has both this issue and ItsShortSoItSucks. Steven's ability to speak with Lapis mentally is used for all of three minutes, and in the end, we never learn where she and Jasper are or if Garnet found anything important, and the subplot of finding the Fused Homeworld Gems was was put on hold for the Week of Sardonyx and Peridot's redemption arc where between both they are only mentioned once but don't appear nor do we see the Crystal Gems searching for them.

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** "Chille Tid" has both this issue and ItsShortSoItSucks. Steven's ability to speak with Lapis mentally is used for all of three minutes, and in the end, we never learn where she and Jasper are or if Garnet found anything important, and the subplot of finding the Fused Homeworld Gems was was put on hold for the Week of Sardonyx and Peridot's redemption arc arc, where between both they are were only mentioned once but don't appear nor do we see the Crystal Gems searching for them.in "Nightmare Hospital".
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