History YMMV / WordGirl

29th May '17 10:04:24 PM nombretomado
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** Maybe she knows more about him, such as a love of cheese, so that she's not quite as sorrowed over his change. Plus, the Doctor has had his decent moments.



** The townspeople have several moments of this as well. This is including, but not limited to, immediately trusting villains who have clearly been arrested in front of them before such as Granny May and The Butcher, and turning against WordGirl just because they're told to do so by said villains. And this is without the use of Mr. Big's mind control...

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** The townspeople have several moments of this as well. This is including, but not limited to, immediately trusting villains who have clearly been arrested in front of them before such as Granny May and The Butcher, and turning against WordGirl [=WordGirl=] just because they're told to do so by said villains. And this is without the use of Mr. Big's mind control...
5th Mar '17 12:08:02 PM SparkPlugTheTroper
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* EarWorm: ''WORD UP! It's Word Girl...''

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* EarWorm: ''WORD UP! It's Word Girl...[=WordGirl=]...''
3rd Mar '17 3:29:38 PM Monolaf317
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* EarWorm: ''WORD UP! It's Word Girl...'''

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* EarWorm: ''WORD UP! It's Word Girl...'''''
3rd Mar '17 3:29:17 PM Monolaf317
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** It's a vocabulary-based Edutainment show on Creator/{{PBS}} targeting six-year-olds. The fact that it even has a TV Tropes page is telling, let alone one this long.
** Not exactly. It's on the PBS Kids Go! block, which by default targets older children. Also, WordOfGod has stated that attracting a periphery demographic was entirely intentional.
** "Older children" meaning instead of six-year-olds, nine-year-olds watch it. Its fanbase is still a rather impressive feat.

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** It's a vocabulary-based Edutainment show on Creator/{{PBS}} targeting six-year-olds. The fact that it even has a TV Tropes page is telling, let alone one this long.
** Not exactly. It's
long. Plus, it's on the PBS Kids Go! block, which by default targets older children. Also, WordOfGod has stated that attracting a periphery demographic was entirely intentional.
**
intentional. "Older children" meaning instead of six-year-olds, nine-year-olds watch it. Its fanbase is still a rather impressive feat.
20th Jan '17 11:55:23 AM SparkPlugTheTroper
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* AngstWhatAngst: You'd think Word Girl would express more sadness over a good friend of hers who wrote the book that taught her what she knows about being a superhero (Dr. Boxleitner) turning into her arch enemy than she does.

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* AngstWhatAngst: You'd think Word Girl [=WordGirl=] would express more sadness over a good friend of hers who wrote the book that taught her what she knows about being a superhero (Dr. Boxleitner) turning into her arch enemy than she does.
12th Nov '16 3:39:13 PM Crossover-Enthusiast
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* NightmareFuel: [[NightmareFuel/WordGirl READ HERE]]
* NoYay: {{Squick}}ily enough, it's hard to escape the impression that TJ has a full-blown [[BrotherSisterIncest crush]] on [=WordGirl=]

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* NightmareFuel: [[NightmareFuel/WordGirl READ HERE]]
Right here.]]
* NoYay: {{Squick}}ily enough, it's hard to escape the impression that TJ has a full-blown [[BrotherSisterIncest crush]] on [=WordGirl=][=WordGirl=].



* SomeAnvilsNeedToBeDropped: The "Miss Powers" story-line. Words have ''a lot'' of power so be ''very'' careful how you use them and "sticks and stones may break my bones but words will never hurt me" is a load of bull.

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* SomeAnvilsNeedToBeDropped: The "Miss Powers" story-line. Words have ''a a '' lot'' of more power then you think they do, so be ''very'' very careful with how you use them them, and "sticks and stones may break my bones but words will never hurt harm me" is a load of bull.
10th Aug '16 5:32:49 PM Anddrix
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* BaseBreaker: Tobey. About half of the fandom thinks he's cute and well-intentioned, while the other half thinks he's a creep and a [[StalkerWithACrush stalker]] to [=WordGirl=].

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* BaseBreaker: BaseBreakingCharacter: Tobey. About half of the fandom thinks he's cute and well-intentioned, while the other half thinks he's a creep and a [[StalkerWithACrush stalker]] to [=WordGirl=].
27th Jul '15 2:59:10 PM kerrykoopa26
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* BaseBreaker: Tobey. About half of the fandom thinks he's cute and well-intentioned, while the other half thinks he's a creep and a [[StalkerWithACrush stalker]] to [=WordGirl=].
9th Jun '15 4:11:01 PM kerrykoopa26
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* MagnificentBastard: Dr. Two-Brains, Granny May and Disease.

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* MagnificentBastard: Dr. Two-Brains, Two-Brains and Granny May and Disease.May.



** Disease either crosses it when he tries to plague the world or when he attempts to (coincidentally just like above) kill Dr. Two Brains.
29th May '15 7:15:02 AM Alvin
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** Disease either crosses it when he tries to plague or world or when he attempts to (coincidentally just like above) kill Dr. Two Brains.

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** Disease either crosses it when he tries to plague or the world or when he attempts to (coincidentally just like above) kill Dr. Two Brains.
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