[[WMG: Each remake features the same characters reincarnated, but given different identities and positions.]]
The exceptions to this are Strawberry Shortcake, Huckleberry Pie, and most of the pets.

[[WMG: The 2007 redesign is in an {{alternate universe}} of the 2003 series.]]
This theory is met with berry mixed opinions from fans.
* Not possible, since the 2003 canon is retained in the 2007 redesign.

[[WMG: When the characters reach a certain age, they get the urge to hibernate]]
Probably eleven or twelve. They go into a month-long hibernation in mid-winter. Their body ages rapidly during the extended sleep.

Think about it: the episodes we've seen so far have early winter and near the end of winter, but nothing in between.

Before they hit that certain age, there is no urge to hibernate. They are simply trapped in their homes in the harsher months of winter.

[[WMG: In both the original series and the 2003 - 2010 series, Sour Grapes has a crush on Pieman.]]
[[BigBrotherAttraction So what if they are siblings in the remake?]]


[[WMG: Most (though not all) characters with purple themes have UsefulNotes/AspergerSyndrome.]]
There are genetic factors involved, which means that Plum Pudding may be vulnerable to a FaceHeelTurn (since evil is so often InTheBlood).

Ditto Rainbow Sherbet, actually more of an Aspie than Plum, though Rainbow is also a stronger girl than Plum and would probably [[ScrewDestiny be the last to make a face heel turn]].

[[WMG: In the original series, the title of Berry Princess is bestowed to a deserving girl upon said girl's reaching adulthood.]]
Strawberry Shortcake is next in line.

[[WMG: Pupcake is a lot smarter than he lets on.]]
* This one's actually confirmed. The episode ''Toto's Tale'' is completely narrated by Pupcake.

[[WMG: Plum Puddin' is a male-to-female transsexual in the '80s]]
It's by magic, and it's still in progress.

[[WMG: The kids in the 2003 series are orphans, but most have had their painful memories erased.]]
Only Peppermint Fizz and Raspberry Torte can remember their old lives.

[[WMG: By 2007, Lemon Meringue was sick of following Raspberry Torte.]]
That is why she established herself as a leader.

[[WMG: The Sea Beast in "Legend of the Lost Treasure" died after reforming.]]
* Prompted by the death of her voice actress, and...
** I always thought she was a [[VideoGame/{{Pokemon}} Dragonite]]. Maybe her trainer released her?
[[WMG: In every series, there is some sort of curse that kills off reformed villains.]]
Yes, RedemptionEqualsDeath is perhaps absolute. Hence, the villains are afraid of permanently reforming. Interpret the finale of the 2003/2007 series as you will.
* Well, interpret the characters running towards the setting sun as the screen pans up and fades out (if ''Mayor For A Day'' is the actual final episode of the series).

[[WMG: The '80s Strawberryland is '''on the same exact planet and country, perhaps in the same exact state or province''' as ''Herself The Elf''.]]
The creators didn't even try to make their worlds look different. The animation style in both specials is exactly the same from '83 - '85.

[[WMG: Continuing from the above, Creeping Ivy from ''Herself The Elf'' is the daughter of '80s Sour Grapes.]]
Since the two shows were created by the same people, this could easily have been intentional. Creeping Ivy is the splitting image of Grapes, sans the beauty mark, and Ivy was raised by her single father. Her personality is a mixture of Grapes and Thorn, to boot. The creators could have wanted fans to make the connection.

[[WMG: Strawberryland and [[VideoGame/{{Touhou}} Gensokyo]] are in the same universe.]]
Both have mainly girls and few boys, and in the second good ending of ''Story of Eastern Wonderland'', Reimu goes to bed smelling like strawberries. Also, one Touhou character is named "Orange".
[[WMG: Either [[Creator/{{Toonami}} Shogo 162 or the Absolution]] is above where Strawberryland is on earth.]]
Hey, it could happen! Strawberry could have a PrecociousCrush on TOM for all we know! It's a cartoon, so InterspeciesRomance is acceptable!

[[WMG: The truth behind the 1980 Plum Puddin']]
Children(Mostly little girls) thought Plum Puddin' is a Girl now because she used to be a Boy....But here is why....After the events of the first Strawberry Shortcake special....Plum Puddin' goes on a vacation with his parents. But they realized that instead of being flat chested...Plum Puddin' has round chests like the citizens of Strawberryland except for Huckleberry Pie. so his parents decide to put him in a dress and a wig to make him cross-dress as a girl so the citizens of Strawberryland believed he is a Girl now. because of round chest...Plum Puddin' realized he is a fem-boy because of his parents' decision. And this is why Plum Puddin' is a Fem-boy and a Hermaphrodite because of his round chest. but he's still a boy inside him.

[[The 1980s Strawberry Shortcake and [[WebAnimation/{{HomestarRunner}} Homestar Runner] are the same universes and the characters both have relatives] are in the same universe.]]
So The 1980s Strawberry Shortcake characters and Homestar Runner characters are relatives because they are simular to them. Here is why...

Strawberry Shortcake is Marzipan's Niece because she is nice like her
Orange Blossom is Coach Z' Niece because he called Bubs "Orange Coach Z" In the Sbemail Road Trip
Lemon Meringue is Bubs' Niece because she has an unamed mother while Bubs have a first wife and his sister and his dead relatives
Blueberry Muffin is Pom Pom's Cousin because she is Huckleberry Pie's friend while Pom Pom has many Girlfriends. They are both best friends of Homestar and Strawberry
Plum Puddin' is The Poopsmith's Niece/Nephew because they both have jobs. Plum Puddin' did great at classes (Like mathematics in the first Strawberry Shortcake special) while The Poopsmith works with The King of Town
Huckleberry Pie is Homestar Runner's Nephew because he is related to Strawberry Shortcake and Blueberry Muffin while Homestar is related to Marzipan. he is friends with Strawberry and Blueberry while Marzipan is Homestar's girlfriend
Raspberry Tart is Strong Bad's Niece because they both act like eachother
The Cheat is Apple Dumplin's Secondary Pet she lived with Raspberry Tart while The Cheat lives with the Brothers Strong
Lime Chiffon is The King of Town's Granddaughter because she....should've been one of the King's Servants as "The Ballet Dancer"
Apricot is Homsar's Cousin because they are both young and she was friends with Orange Blossom and he was Homestar's Little Brother (Is what I think about Homsar and Homestar's Relationship)
Angel Cake is Strong Sad's Niece because of the events of "Pets on Parade" before she got a Pet
Peach Blush is Strong Mad's Niece because they both have the same hair color (Maybe when Strong Mad was a Teen and was hitting Puberty in the Sbemail "Imaginary")
Almond Tea and Cafe Ole are Mr.Bland and Seρor's Nieces because the girls are both silent. I can still hear Mr.Bland and Seρor's voices in Strongest Man in the World Remake
The Purple Pieman is Senor Cardgage's Cousin because he is related to Sour Grapes and her Niece Raisin Cane while Senor Cardgage is Strong Bad's Dad (Is what I think about Senor Cardgage and Strong Bad's Relationship)
T.N. Honey is Homeschool Winner's Niece because they are both Smart like Plum Puddin'
Banana Twirl is Champeen's Niece because they are both athletic like Homestar
Cherry Cuddler is The Hurricane's Niece because they both have the same hair color

Free Country, USA has a girl and Strawberryland has boys. So the 1980s Strawberry Shortcake and Homestar Runner are the same Universe

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Each remake features the same characters reincarnated, but given different identities and positions. Edit

The exceptions to this are Strawberry Shortcake, Huckleberry Pie, and most of the pets.
The 2007 redesign is in an Alternate Universe of the 2003 series. Edit

This theory is met with berry mixed opinions from fans.

Not possible, since the 2003 canon is retained in the 2007 redesign.

When the characters reach a certain age, they get the urge to hibernate Edit

Probably eleven or twelve. They go into a month-long hibernation in mid-winter. Their body ages rapidly during the extended sleep.

Think about it: the episodes we've seen so far have early winter and near the end of winter, but nothing in between.

Before they hit that certain age, there is no urge to hibernate. They are simply trapped in their homes in the harsher months of winter.
In both the original series and the 2003 - 2010 series, Sour Grapes has a crush on Pieman. Edit

So what if they are siblings in the remake?


Most (though not all) characters with purple themes have Asperger Syndrome. Edit

There are genetic factors involved, which means that Plum Pudding may be vulnerable to a Face Heel Turn (since evil is so often In the Blood).

Ditto Rainbow Sherbet, actually more of an Aspie than Plum, though Rainbow is also a stronger girl than Plum and would probably be the last to make a face heel turn.
In the original series, the title of Berry Princess is bestowed to a deserving girl upon said girl's reaching adulthood. Edit

Strawberry Shortcake is next in line.
Pupcake is a lot smarter than he lets on. Edit

This one's actually confirmed. The episode Toto's Tale is completely narrated by Pupcake.

Plum Puddin' is a male-to-female transsexual in the '80s Edit

It's by magic, and it's still in progress.
The kids in the 2003 series are orphans, but most have had their painful memories erased. Edit

Only Peppermint Fizz and Raspberry Torte can remember their old lives.
By 2007, Lemon Meringue was sick of following Raspberry Torte. Edit

That is why she established herself as a leader.
The Sea Beast in "Legend of the Lost Treasure" died after reforming. Edit

Prompted by the death of her voice actress, and...

In every series, there is some sort of curse that kills off reformed villains. Edit

Yes, Redemption Equals Death is perhaps absolute. Hence, the villains are afraid of permanently reforming. Interpret the finale of the 2003/2007 series as you will.

Well, interpret the characters running towards the setting sun as the screen pans up and fades out (if Mayor For A Day is the actual final episode of the series).

The '80s Strawberryland is on the same exact planet and country, perhaps in the same exact state or province as Herself The Elf. Edit

The creators didn't even try to make their worlds look different. The animation style in both specials is exactly the same from '83 - '85.
Continuing from the above, Creeping Ivy from Herself The Elf is the daughter of '80s Sour Grapes. Edit

Since the two shows were created by the same people, this could easily have been intentional. Creeping Ivy is the splitting image of Grapes, sans the beauty mark, and Ivy was raised by her single father. Her personality is a mixture of Grapes and Thorn, to boot. The creators could have wanted fans to make the connection.

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