"In the Name of the Yellow Vanilla Flower, I am Cure Vanilla!"
"YouÖ You just canít understand how much fairytales mean! Nobody wants despair and darkness taking over the world! Thatís why most, if not every fairytale has a happy ending!AND I WONíT LET YOU RUIN THIS ONE!!"
Crossdresser (during a temporary all-girl troupe's performance of a Futari wa Hearty Pure scenario, she was Pisshurd)
Ayameko tends to get this a lot in Pretty Cure Anime Theatre whenever the Perfume Preppy team performs in a play featured in the anthology series; the most notable example (simply because said character actually had a role in the plot) was when she was cast as Fakir in Princess Tutu. The only time she was cast as a girl was when she portrayed Sweet/Neesha in Pokemon The First Movie.
Real Women Never Wear Dresses (Subverted in a few later episodes, where at one point it's even stated she isn't afraid to wear a dress, as well as with her school uniform and Cure outfit, and then double subverted during her only ballet scenes, in episode 28, where she wears a purple biketard—though it's never stated in the scene itself—and a black, blue, and silver full-body spandex costume that's obvious crossdressing on her part, respectively)
Shorttank (to the point where, though the girls' costumes during that scene are not explicitly stated, she's the only one among the four to wear a biketard during the dance lessons scene in episode 28)
Girly Girl To Ikuko's Tomboy (however, during their pas de deux at the end of episode 36, Ikuko's the one wearing a leotard, and if the circumstances—i.e. Hanae about to go to bed but practicing ballet again before turning in for the night—are any indicator, it's not a far stretch to believe that Hanae is wearing two-piece pajamas, colored orange with ballet shoes print on them, during this scene)
Tomboy To Hanae's Girly Girl (OK, they're both girly, but Ikuko was on the male side of her pas de deux with Hanae at the end of episode 36; however, she was wearing a green leotard, while Hanae, if the nighttime setting is any indicator, was wearing two-piece orange pajamas during the pas de deux)
It Is Pronounced Tro PAY (The "Leather" in "Leather Ashes" was originally pronounced with "lee-ther" instead of the usual "leh-ther".)
Knight of Cerebus (Her appearance definitely marks a shift towards a slightly darker tone for the series' latter half. Being an rather violent young woman adds to this — most infamously, she stabs a would-be rapist to death; later on, she evidently decapitates a guy off-screen.)
Heel-Face Turn(In episode 13, she is fired from Karlix for sporting Pretty Cure paraphernalia in Raflesina's presence and desires to join the Cures but is rejected, though by chance she winds up in her first acting job immediately afterward—as Third Ranger to Hearty Pure, Glowy Radiant.)
Petting Zoo People (Technically, the animal parts are from her costume, but it still counts.)
Poke the Poodle (During her stint with Karlix, this was the only thing she was capable of doing; however, pretty quickly things blow out of proportion, way beyond how she intended to cause mischief—for example, she runs out of glitter and uses a substitute to wreak havoc in a museum, forgetting to pay for the substitute.)
Ramona McFly (Raflesina) | Voice Actor: Toshiko Fujita (Japanese); Mary Elizabeth McGlynn (English)
"It's time for me to take matters into my OWN HANDS!"