Russell will have a crush on Blythe.
Yes, this does sound weird, but think about it: From what we've seen so far, Russell is the most level-headed of the pets. It would make sense if he finds pleasure in Blythe's companionship as someone (relatively) as sane as him, especially in comparsion to the other pets. And considering that the crew behind this show worked on My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic
, I wouldn't put it past them to give us a LPS version of Rarity/Spike with Blythe/Russell. It would get small ship teases here and there, but it wouldn't be taken all that seriously.
- After she hugged him in the season finale, if he did I wouldn't be surprised. But I honestly doubt Hasbro would go into bestiality territory. If anything there will be a episode where he becomes a human, expresses his feelings for her but knowing it's pointless because he knows he's going to turn back soon. Though It Was All A Dream and as Russell lays asleep in bed, a single tear rolls down his cheek, of the human life he'll never have.
- (This is the original poster) Yeah, like I said, it wouldn't be taken seriously. It'll be completely one-sided on Russell's part and it won't go much further than there.
- Well if My Life as a Teenage Robot can get away with a teenage nerd having a sexual attraction to a "robot" I guess kid shows can get away with anything.
- After watching "Eight Arms to Hold You", this doesn't seem so implausible anymore. Though I think they're trying to establish Russell as the closest friend to Blythe out of the pets, not imply a romantic attraction.
- In "The Hedgehog in the Plastic Bubble", in her delirium Blythe wants to see Russell after hearing that he might leave Littlest Pet Shop forever.
- There's also the episode "Back Window" where Russell doesn't seem to like Josh, Blythe's crush, very much. Even before he sees him taking Blythe's designs.
- Taking this even further, near the beginning Russell and Sunil are talking to Blythe, but when Blythe tells them she needs time to think, they leave, but not before Russell stops and looks at her for a second with a smile on his face. Immediately afterwards Josh is standing behind her
Josh: Hi Blythe
Blythe: Hi Russell (To confuse her crush with Russell, possibly a Freudian Slip
Blythe died when she fell in the dumbwaiter.
She was only able to understand animals after the fall. The rest of the show is just a fever dream in her last moments
- Personally it would make more sense if she was having a comatose dream, which I actually considered but I was considering after the frisbee hit her in the head.
None of the main pets will be bought from the pet shop any time soon.
The reason why being that most of them seem like they would be pretty expensive pets. Seriously, a monkey and a panda aren't going to be cheap.
- Wait, isn't the Pet Shop a daycare for pets?
- I thought it was an actual shop. At the end of part 2 of the premier, weren't those people at the shop there to buy pets?
- No, I'm pretty sure they were there to drop their pets off. Plus, in the part where the pets find out that the shop is closing, Minka says "Where will we go for day camp?"
- I just watched the newest episode, and it appears that you were right.
- Jossed: Each of the 7 main pets have their owners and usually they were left to Ms. Twombly's care when they're busy. Episode 3 lampshaded this regarding Zoe Trent. So this means the other 6 pets has their own owners too, just they don't appear often.
- Interestingly, episode 10 shows that there are some small pets for sale in the main room (a snake, a turtle, and a fish). Everyone just kind of ignores them.
- I thought it was both.
- The store's official tagline is
Littlest Pet Shop, We don't sell pets we cater to them.
The twins are albino.
Whittany dyed her hair black.
- Their dad has white hair, though that might be from age.
- Jossed: Albinos are known to have pale skin and pink eyes. Brittany seems to have Judy Jetson Syndrome (White hair for no particular reason given)
- Un-Jossed?: They...they do have pale skin and pink eyes.
- Jossed again?: I'm pretty sure they have "Red" eyes, and light pink skin. Albino skin is much more flushed and whiter.
Blythe is Half-Time Lord.
Okay hear me out, The Doctor has the ability to talk to animals, right? What if Blythe's mother is the female version of The Doctor from the audio drama Exile
? Like after he comitted suicide and gained a female form, she settled down and somewhere along the line met Roger Baxter. The two got married and had Blythe but left because either she died or she was taken to Gallifrey and had no choice but to divorce him and leave him and her only child. And because of the fact that Blythe is part human as well, her animal talking ability didn't come in until years later.
Right when she stepped foot into the Littlest Pet Shop.
Mrs. Twombly is really in her young 30s
The website states that she is an elderly, but in the actual show, she looks a bit younger. It's possible that she might have dyed her hair gray.
- She just looks young because of the animation style.
- Jossed: In the episode "Lotsa Luck" it is clearly stated that she was young during the '60/'70s, as shown by the moonlanding video.
- To be fair, the first episode hinted towards her (And the store) being magical.
The Biskit Twins will eventually get Blythe to be their friend again.
Beside their anger at Blythe's "rejection", they still like her enough to be part of their group.
- Kind of possible. According to "Door-Jammed" Whitney and Blythe are secretly friends, but Whitney but acts mean when Brittany is around because she doesn't want Brittany to get mad.
Blythe's parents are divorced or Blythe's mom is dead.
In "Mean Isn't Your Color" it is outright stated that Roger is single and we never see Blythe's mom
so she probably either died or divorced Roger.
- Doubt it, Pets wearing clothes is widely considered animal abuse in real life, because it's the same as if you're already wearing one or two big heavy sweaters, then put another one on. Then forced to walk for a long while with all of them on (even worse in the blazing summer heat) Though winter could be justified despite even then they're still warm enough without them, and some pets suffer from sensitive paws in which tiny socks are essential.
Considering the plot of the episode and how many shout outs
the series has done so far this seems likely.
"Madame Pom" might be the new antagonist of this series
During the preview of Eve of Destruction, Madame Pom will probably manipulate Zoe's friends and will do anything to make Zoe look bad and to make her life miserable.
Littlest Pet Shop is a dream or fanfic created by Lyra.
Lyra dreamed up characters from a combination of ponies she knows - Blythe has the voice of Rainbow Dash, Pinkie's quirky personality and pink colorization manifested into Minka, and Zoe is a dog version of Twilight in appearance. There are humans in the LPS world because Lyra is the only pony who believes in humans.
- Well, not anymore. Since Twilight temporarily became a human and probably told the other ponies all about humans and her adventures. Unless the movie was Canon Discontinuity
Russell's owner is Mrs. Twombly.
- Jossed by the episode "Trading Places", in which Blythe worries about getting Russell back before his owners come to pick him up.
The gang will be terrified as they've heard stories about her.
or a Creator's Pet depending on whether or not you like the character.
There'll be an episode about Penny Ling and Youngmee Song.
Maybe she accidentally got herself in the Song's house.
Which is why they are allowed to be kept as domestic pets without any legal issues.
- Or her owners are very rich with many connections, but take very good care of her.
- When you mean "Take very good care of her" you mean, before Blythe came, drops her off every day in the hands of a complete nutjob. Also, you'd think if her owners are that rich, (not to mention the other owners who have a pet Monkey and a pet Mongoose those are pretty exotic so they most likely would be rich too) Littlest Pet Shop shouldn't have had money problems in the premier.
- Jossed: In "Shanghai Hi-jinxs" there is a Panda Sanctuary in China. The whole reason for animal sanctuaries is to protect endangered species.
Pork does not exist in the Littlest Pet Shop universe.... I hope.
- Well, in Shahrukh's song sequence, there's a big honey glazed ham...
- And Youngmee was eating pork belly in episode 5.
Minka is a clone from Pinkie Pie
- One of the clones escaped using the 4th wall before Twilight assembled the Pinkies (to get them back in the pool), and it turned into a monkey doing so and decided to stay on Earth as a monkey.
Blythe's 'ability' to talk to animals will be taken Up to Eleven
- Mrs. Twombly mentioned in the premiere that 'strange things happen in the Littlest Pet Shop'. It has never been explained however how Blythe got the ability to talk to animals... let alone if it will change in the future.
- Maybe Mrs. Twombly knows that it can happen that someone who enters her store gets the ability to speak to animals, but doesn't realise that Blythe has that ability. (Otherwise, she maybe didn't even got the job at all.)
- Maybe Blythe will learn to understand bugs and small creatures, from which she will go crazy because of hearing so many voices.
- Or maybe Blythe will eventually turn into a dog/cat herself, and the animal cast has to find a way to return her back to normal before anyone finds out she is missing. (Like when she has a school holiday and her father is off for a few days for a long flight trip).
- Maybe she get's mistaken for a stray and get adopted by the Biskits
- Maybe even more problems than just that.
- Thank Goodness for Fan-fiction! :D
- Though I can't imagine she would go feral, since animals in that world are human minded to begin with.
Minka really was a Space Monkey
Or really, a lab animal
in a space-related program. She was kept in a small cage and otherwise abused, but rescued and rehabilitated.
- Jossed: But it is revealed in "Standup Stinker" that her great-great-grandfather Grinka was the first monkey in space.
Sugar Sprinkles is Scout in disguise.
Scout really is a spy, and now that she's got her intel on the pet shop, she's been assigned to spy on the bake shop.
Animals are way more sentient in the LPS universe.
During the episode Lotsa Luck
we see a flashback of Pepper during her youth while wearing outboard braces. Why would someone have their pet wear outboard braces to make its tooth fit better? Maybe animals in the LPS universe are considered more 'human' than here on earth.
- Maybe they even age at a slower rate than normal animals do.
- Semi-jossed. "Braces" for pets do exist, although obviously not to that extent. So Pepper having braces doesn't necessarily mean her owner knows she's more sentient than she really is.
- Either way, the animals outside of their fantasies have been seen writing, reading, doing human style dances, and even magic tricks. So the "More sentient than our world" idea does have merit. Heck they even programmed a TV. (Though Ms. Twombly might have done it for them, but it was never shown so we can safely assume they could have figured it out themselves)
Judi Jo Jameson
will appear in later episodes, and to make Blythe miserable.
There'll be an episode where the Biskit Twins are grounded.
The Twins will be horrified since their dad NEVER grounded them, and he says "maybe that's where I went wrong". And he even cuts off their money for the time being. Furious at this, they decide to run away. Not knowing where to go, they decided to hide out in Blythe's apartment.
- Who says he never grounds them? He seems to be pretty pissed off at their attitude most of the time, and in "Door Jammed" he even threatened to cut off their allowance if they didn't pass out the open house invitations. Just because we don't see it doesn't mean it doesn't happen.
The animals aren't actually multicoloured
In the episode Russel goes to school and pretends to be a wash brush, he is described as a brown
brush, despite clearly being orange. So in the show, all the animals actually look exactly like what you would find in nature.
- Jossed: In Pawlm Reading, when Finola says that Penny Ling is "one tough cookie" she said "You don't want to mess with the purple and white!"
- Even further Jossed in which Oliver St. Oliver specifically requested "An orange hedgehog, and a purple dog"
It could simply be that the pets are simply other descendants of Annunaki vessels and thus perfectly capable of talking to and being understood by human beings. The reason Blythe thinks that she's gained a superpower when she hasn't is that up until she met the pets, she'd never come across or heard of a talking animal and never seems to be around when other people talk to the pets.
- Jossed: Russel states right in the first minute the pets meet Blythe: "Wait... you can understand us?".
They're going to have a transformation episode
In which Russell turns into a human for an unknown mysterious reason, and then spends the day having fun doing human things, but remembers that his owner is picking him up at the end of the day. In which he only has a few hours to find a way to turn back or else his (Possibly very wealthy) owner will sue Littlest Pet Shop and shut it down forever.
Or like mentioned above, Blythe turns into an animal. Both of which would very likely be all a dream
Littest Pet Shop is for rich customers
A Monkey, Mongoose, Panda, Skunk and Hedgehog are all considered expensive/exotic pets. Vinnie is vague because certain geckos are more exotic than others, and Zoe seems to be very pampered. And the fact Russell's owner plays a TV show called "The Duchess of Lancashire Lane" to entertain a pet hedgehog... (Unless he only watches it at LPS) it seems his owners may be quite posh.
Madison will be a main character next season
She'll become Blythe's friend. Blythe will see past her weirdness and accept her as part of the group.
She'll act odd, but no-one will care because "She's just being Madison, and that's fine" in which the show teaches kids that even odd kids can be friends. (Kind of a PSA to be nice to kids with Down Disease or whatever mental disorder she has)
- Jossed. With her job done, she has so far vanished from the show.
- "War of the Weirds" has confirmed that Madison is still employed with Mrs. Tombly, but apparently Mrs. Tombly only uses her when she desperately needs an extra hand.
The musical interlude fantasies the pets have. Fast forward centuries later, whether through evolution or genetic experiments animals are now human-sized and can speak. Yet can still mentally connect their imaginations and go on musical adventures.
Mrs. Twombly is related to Elise of Dan Vs.
Young Twombly seems to bear some resemblance to her, in addition to being skilled in martial arts
. It wouldn't be implausible to assume that she could be Elise's aunt on her mother's side.
Blythe is a mutant
Blythe appears to be about 12 or 13, which is when mutant powers begin to show. Her ability to talk to animals manifesting when she moved above Littlest Pet Shop is just a coincidence.
- I'm not that well known about X-Men lore, but did they ever mention of mutant abilities revealing themselves through moments of shock? If so the Frisbee to the head, or dumbwaiter accident makes perfect sense here.
Season Two will begin with Blythe returning home
- I'm pretty sure that goes without saying since she's in the Theme Song and sings it. Unless they parody their own intro and replace it with Madison. Similar to Adventure Time (Fionna and Cake)
- Confirmed regarding Blythe returning home.
Scout wasn't sent to spy on the pet shop
She was sent to find information on Blythe. The Men in Black
know of her ability to talk to animals and are keeping a close eye on her. And quite possibly the C.I.A in this universe has the same technology from American Dad!
so several of the animals around the shop like birds and squirrels are actually humans incognito.
Sunil Nevla X Penny Ling will gain so much popularity as a ship, it will rival Sunil X Pepper and Sunil X Vinnie
Read the description for the episode "Super Sunil". The mongoose and panda are bound to have cute moments together in it.
- Also "The Expo Factor Pt.2" Penny Ling mentions she likes laying on Sunil's soft belly. "Did I say that out loud?"
- After "Secret Cupet", It seems the Sunil X Pepper ship was the one that caught the writer's attention
Mrs. Twombly and Fisher Biskit used to be a couple.
They broke up due to their own business ethnics.
The animals in the flashback of "The Treasure of Henrietta Twombly" aren't coincidental that they're all the same types of animals
With the rumours that Littlest Pet Shop is magic and the rumours that "There is more to Mrs. Towmbly than we assume" may ring true with Mrs. Twombly actually being magical and is in fact hundreds or thousands of years old. Changing her name once a century so people don't suspect anything and playing along that Henrietta is her ancestor. But also the pets, once they become too old she magically makes them younger but unintentionally erasing their memories each time in the process. But because of a spell she made long long ago, she and the pets are forever bound together, so when she sold the pets to the owners, the owners bring them to stay with her every day subconsciously not even realizing why. Just saying... the fact she had seven of the exact same types of animals is too big a coincidence to swallow.
This is more Wishful Thinking
than an actual prediction. Still, Delilah has already been mentioned on this page. And Just Think of the Potential
: imagine Zoe and Viv singing a duet
, or Pepper and Chloe engaging in Snark-to-Snark Combat
. How about Vinnie and Stu proving that Dumb Is Good
together? Or Minka and Squeaks getting up to some monkeyshines
? And if Hasbro
wants to introduce more characters
, why not use ones they already own? It's not like their Target Demographic
will remember the original show anyway.
- Except it wasn't very popular. Not MLP:G3 unpopular, but just under the radar unpopular. Not even furries (Who love anything with talking animals) were that interested in it.
- Side note, G3 was not unpopular.
- It'll retcon the pets from the 1995 show as having always been "normal" sized. Elwood P. Harvey and Mrs. Twombly were pretty close. Delilah is well-known as the most feared being in the pet community, and she'll have a Villainous Crush on Vinnie.
Fisher Biskit was deliberately trying to put Littlest Pet Shop out-of-business so he can find the treasure.
The Biskit family have been trying to get it for years.
The Biskit Twins will learn how to understand and communicate with animals.
They seem to be a foil to Blythe with Fisher a foil to Roger and Mrs. Twombly simultaneously. Giving them (or at least one of them) the same ability as Blythe's will mean one of two things: Either they warm up to Blythe or make their rivalry even more bitter. Both of them sound like interesting story possibilities. Besides, there's no way the series will go all the way through and leave Blythe as the only one with that ability.
- "Biskits: We can talk to animals...... bored already!!"
Zoe is a brood bitch
She takes place in dog shows, who in Real Life
are basically for breeding purposes but in here are fashion related. She's casualy mentioned puppies once, though probably never had one, which means she's unspayed.
Jasper is Indian.
Blythe is roughly seventeen
Jasper's Online Alias
". They seem to be high schoolers and they can get jobs.
- Doubtful. This troper is under the impression they're middle schoolers. It's not that uncommon for preteens to get jobs. If they're 17, they'd be driving already. Blythe got in trouble for being suspected of driving Aunt Christie's food truck in "Sweet (Truck) Ride", indicating she's indeed too young.
- Besides, he explicitly states that he uses that alias because "there were 116 other Dragonfires".
- They seem like high schoolers to me, making them at least 14.
- Truth in Television: Some sites enforce the One Steve Limit by preventing more than one user from using the same handle.
Blythe's mother gave her her ability to talk to animals
Her mother may have died when she was very little, and ascended to a higher plane. Of course they would likely avoid any religious theme so they would say she "Became magical" after she passed away. Her mother's spirit wanting to help her daughter, heard her wish and gave her the powers to talk to animals. Or...
One of the pets is a reincarnation of Blythe's mother
Despite neither are aware of that fact, some weird otherworldly fluke gave them the ability to communicate. But only when they first came in contact. The power never left.
Ms. Twombly is a distant relative of Blythe's
The first episode and the season 2 premiere hints that she knows Blythe's power, and she possibly passed it down to her.
- That would imply she can also talk to the animals. Meaning she may be putting on an idiot facade, and perhaps even knows Blythe can talk to them.
Ms. Twombly is a version of Blythe from an alternate dimension
There are other people like Blythe who can talk to animals, and the government tries to cover up their existence.
Think about it. It's possible that the ability to talk to animals is a latent ability in all
people, and it's only triggered when they are injured or otherwise shaken up. Hence, when Blythe fell down the dumbwaiter, it somehow activated her ability. And, in "What Did You Say?", the label on the cold medicine lists one of the side affects as losing the ability to talk to animals. It's possible that the government is hiding the existence of the ability and are covering up the people who do have it, and they haven't found Blythe yet.
- This troper thought the side-effect was thinking you can talk to animals, which has an opposite effect on those who can.
- Or they already suspect Blythe but have no proof. Which was why they sent Scout to the pet shop. To find information on her. The agent that brought her in is "One of them" (because having that ability on the inside is very valuable) and Scout told him all she saw. Which was "A bunch of pets acted stupid thinking I was evil, nothing on Blythe"
There'll be an episode where the Biskits lose their fortune.
Having nowhere else to go, they chose to live with the Baxters and work at the Littlest Pet Shop to earn some money. Eventually they gain back their fortune.
Delilah will be a semi-regular
The fact the writers made Sunil have a crush on her, they wouldn't just abandon that. The crush had nothing to do with the plot, unless they put that in just to stamp out the gay fan theories, it will probably be a continuing story element.
The animals are quickly evolving
The fact the animals are more sentient/anthropomorphic than in our world, perhaps they weren't always like that. Maybe they are gradually becoming more and more sentient unbeknownst to the humans. As well as developing psychic connections with each-other. Blythe able to understand the animals may actually be simply a savant technique to understand a newly developed foreign language. Such as a real-life event of a man hitting his head, and instantly able to play 7 instruments without even a lesson. But the animals are continuing to evolve. Maybe in 50 years they'll become human-sized and actually be able to speak english?
One way this could happen is if one of the show's cast was transported into the other show's universe due to an accident from the magic-related abilities of a character from each show. For example, a magic trick by Sunil transports Blythe and the pets to Ponyville or a spell from Twilight transports the Mane 6 and Spike to Downtown City.
- A few things about that, I think if a human ever showed up in Equestria, fans will rage an uproar. But it makes sense that she'd turn into a Pony if she did because "Equestria Girls logic", as well as if the Mane Six and Spike appeared in Downtown City, they would turn into 6 humans and a dog again. Since that seems to be the rule when travelling between these universes. Personally, I imagine this on a bigger scale, "somehow the two worlds literally fuse together. Downtown City and Ponyville are combined but both sides keep their normal forms. And the two teams of protagonists have to separate the worlds before it literally destroys all reality, but it turns out Sunil has powerful magic deep within him, and combining that with Twilight's is the only way to fix it. But he's too terrified and overwhelmed to do the task".
There will be a short scene/in-joke with Blythe looking for her scooter
Making Discord swiping it in the MLP Season4 finale canon.
Blythe is adopted
It could be implied she never had a mother, for all we know Roger might be gay. Further implemented since his old friend from flight school seems to be. There might have been some ho-yay in the past. But this WMG isn't about him, perhaps Blythe's real mother is a magical being who left her at an orphanage doorstep.
A human born with the soul of an animal, and can speak their language.
Fus! Ro! What the huh?
Russell secretly wishes he was a human
His school fantasy in "Trading Places" seems to outright confirm that.
- The same might go for Pepper as well, since a lot of the drama in "Stand up Stinker" was about her lamenting about not being able to perform as a human's equal, and humans not understanding her.
Russell knows Japanese
The book he is reading in the theme song looks like the cover is to the right of the spine. As Japanese books are.
- Though he could be reading an English dubbed Manga.
There is a mysterious force, that sets everything in motion
There are several factors that seem to hint to this. 1- Blythe being able to communicate with the pets, which is essential to her saving the store, as well as her arriving just in time, and just so happened to have the one talent that was able to save it. 2- Russell's name being on every piece of paper in The Expo Factor. 3- The fact many of the pet's dilemmas, can only be solved by Blythe being able to talk to them, or translating them. It seems some otherworldly force is orchestrating everything that is happening within the show.
Francois quitting caused Fisher to lose his mind
After all he mentioned his family had been their Butler for generations, breaking that tradition probably caused Fisher to snap which is why in Season 3 he lost all stoic-ness.
Mrs. Twombly first met her husband during her Quilt Kung-Fu days.
He's the one she was winking at here
. He's also in her commercial idea (the out-of-shape guy
Tangier will be Russell's recurring nemesis
Russell's counterpart is a Dumb Jerkass, Zoe's is a fat slob, Pepper's has no sense of humor and thinks anyone who does is "beneath her intellectually", Penny Ling's is a very aggressive bully, Vinnie's is a jock and thinks dancing is for girls, Sunil's was already Shahrukh to begin with (Brave but mean), and Minka's is a punk who prefers to vandalize art.
And the regular cast are aware of these characters and they hate each-other. Which is why Sunil said that they "Deserve to be invaded by aliens"
- Would there be counterparts to the Biskit Twins, who are nice, humble, and kind to all animals; Fisher, a businessman who struggles because he metaphorically bends over backwards to please all his customers; Mrs. Twombly, a tycoon who achieved her local empire with her ability to speak to animals; Roger, a low-ranked taxi driver who drives slowly and completely by the book; and Blythe, evil-Twombly's nasty and antisocial assistant who just wears whatever is the first thing she pulls out of her closet but is very good at crunching numbers?
Secret Cupet was a precursor
Though the spell was reversed, the three shippings will eventually take off naturally. Like Cheerilee and Big Macintosh from Hearts and Hooves Day
That random Indian background woman is Sunil's owner
The woman that Mrs. Twombly (Without her glasses) mistook for Russell in "Blythe's Pet Project"
I don't mean to stereotype "An Indian owner must own an Indian animal" but the fact they're the only two recurring Indian characters on the show, makes one wonder... also it's Fridge Logic
if she originally came from India and brought him along.
This show is a parallel universe of the older cartoon
Elwood P. Harvey, is that world's alternate to Mrs. Twombly.
Viv, is Buttercream's alternate.
Squeaks, is Minka's Alternate.
Chloe, is Zoe's alternate, or of Delilah. Or both Delilah's are each-other's alternates.
Chet is Applejack's alternate. "Because, who else would it be?"
Sugar Sprinkles only appears once a season
And will lampshade it at some point.
- And possibly a subtle nod that only Guy Toubes writes episodes where Sugar Sprinkles has a non-cameo role.
The Secret Cupet's song isn't magic
The song actually contains subliminal messages that affects the mind and puts them in a hypnotized state. The music hypnotizes while the lyrics secretly contain the words "Fall madly in love with the first animal you see" (Yes, she is that good)
The world Blythe lives in, isn't the world she lived in originally
Blythe didn't start understanding animals until she arrived in Downtown City. Keep in mind her "Old town" was boring and normal (like the real world) while Downtown City uses cartoon physics, has random musical numbers (Sung by animals and humans), many people can betray physics and reality in general (explaining the "Lost and Found Box" song and The Biskits "Teleportation skills") So what I'm getting at, on their way to their new city, they accidentally entered a wormhole to a parallel earth (Roger's reckless driving probably had something to do with it) where nothing is normal anymore, and Blythe can now talk to animals, while animals are more sentient.
Russell's name in the hat wasn't fate
In the episode, Youngmee was the one who wrote the names down. Yet keep in mind that of all the times Blythe mentioned the pets to her friends, she only mentioned "Russell" by name. (Blythe's Big Adventure Pt.2, Trading Places) So Youngmee, who never really showed an interest in the pets, only knew Russell by name and was too embarrassed/ashamed to ask Blythe about the rest of them. So she just wrote Russell on every single piece of paper hoping Blythe wouldn't notice.
Season 3 will have a Story Arc
of the Biskits more actively trying to close-down Littlest Pet Shop.
So far the first two episodes have been about that.
- Not to forget "The Expo Factor" and "Hamster Hoods", where his business tactics were just as slimy.
- The season finale will have Largest Pet Shop closed down.
- Thanks to hiring Madison.
The Littlest Pet Shop world is simply a whimsical world
The fact pets are more sentient than in this world, they can enter dreamscapes at will, are multicoloured, and you can even feel free to blame Blythe's ability to talk to animals as "magic" if you want, heck Sunil has perfected literal teleportation.
Blythe's secret will never be exposed
Because everyone is a complete and utter moron, and wouldn't believe her even if she gave them concrete proof.
Blythe's secret will be exposed at the end of Season 3.
Blythe is having an increasingly harder time keeping secret her ability to talk to pets and is leading towards the Season 3 finale, where someone will figure it out, either Mrs. Twombly or the Biskit Twins.
- Somewhat confirmed. If you replace "End of Season 3" with "middle", and "Figure it out" with "Blythe outright confessing" then again Youngmee did use photographic memory of all the awkward "almost gave away her secret" moments to cement Blythe's confession as proof
Every human has an animal alternate
Who is exactly the same in personality and appearance (Though it can sway a bit sometimes)
When watching "Feud for Thought", I realized the Koalas ARE the human hillbillies... except for being animals.
The same can go with Cashmere and Velvet and the Biskits. Though Cashmere and Velvet are slightly nicer. So it seems that for every human, there is an animal alternate somewhere who shares his/her traits. There is probably a human somewhere who is exactly like Russell, or Zoe, there is probably some hippie somewhere who is Sugar Sprinkle's alternate.
The shop itself is what gave Blythe magical powers
She clearly wasn't born with them and she only gained the ability to talk to animals AFTER she entered Littlest Pet Shop. The building itself is sentient, knew that it was closing, and gave Blythe her power so she would save the pet shop. Isn't a little too much of a coincidence that there's a dumbbell that's the perfect size for her that happens to go from her bedroom to the pet shop?
- The store being alive was lampshaded to in the first episode, I think that, and the fact it's never truly explained how she got her powers, was the writers wanting to give just enough vagueness for the viewers to make their own assumptions.
Blythe: Is the shop purring!?
"The Very Littlest Pet Shop" will open more doors for plotlines
- The fact it was all just a fantasy could make way for more complex Imagine Spots that are more for "adventure" and are much longer. Such as if the pets decide they want to imagine what life would be like if they were humans, or a few pets turn into babies, or go inside a video game, or even a medieval fantasy world populated entirely of animals (which may or may not be the same as the video game suggestion) What I'm saying is, if they make a spin-off that is entirely dedicated to imaginary adventures, I'd be all for that. But then again, that might be too close to The Backyardigans territory.
Youngmee will find her own way to communicate with the pets
- Through body language. Youngmee being a Genius Ditz can probably soon learn what they're saying simply through miming or expressiveness. And Blythe can help her along, by arranging a communication system with the pets, inventing certain movements which translate as specific answers. For example if Buttercream waves with her right paw once, and jumps. It means "Good Morning" or stands on one leg it means "How was your day at school?"
Pepper will have a song sequence re-enacting the theme from Martha Speaks
Pepper will imagine what it will be like to speak to all humans. In which they'll re-enact the Martha Speaks
theme with Pepper in place of Martha. Seeing as Tabitha St. Germain
uses the "exact voice" for both characters, and that the theme was written by Daniel Ingram.
There will be an episode where Roger's license is suspended.
He drives very carelessly and recklessly, and there is at least one traffic cop in Downtown City who takes sadistic joy in handing out punishments. All it takes is for those two to meet, and when Roger's license gets suspended, he will need to ride in Blythe's scooter constantly until he can pass a driving test to get his license back.
Fisher has a split personality
One possible explanation for Fisher's inconsistent personality is he only becomes an amoral Jerkass
when it comes to making money. As long as he doesn't have profits on his mind he's a decent guy.
does chaotic things behind the scenes
Seeing as he stole her scooter
in the MLP:FIM season 4 finale. Perhaps he goes to Downtown City often because he likes messing with Blythe. Though he can only go there with permission by Celestia and cannot do any chaotic magic. Though he sneaks in a few weird instances. He may have put the oddly specific cold pills (That wouldn't make sense with anyone but Blythe) in her house, caused random things to explode like Zoe's sweater, the infamous MinLing's egg hatching scene
, and The utter surreal nonsense of The Lost and Found Box song. note
Penny Ling is a rather newly discovered, more social and energetic breed of Panda
And are breeding like crazy, because this breed of Panda can breed anywhere and are more sex driven note
, which is why "her breed" is much much more common to the point of not endangered. Also which is why The Zookeeper keeps her as a personal pet in his house, rather than in the zoo. He probably got a whole massive litter of them, and he kept her for himself.
(See "The animals are quickly evolving" WMG above) It all fits into place. Within the next 50 years, animals are now able to directly communicate with humans, are more or less human-sized, and are more anthropomorphic in design. The animals and humans are in segregated schools, though this is "NOT" due to prejudice, but because humans and animals having entirely different directions when it comes to learning. Animals learn to stalk prey, climb trees and embrace their instincts. But they are "hired" to work in zoos for pay, instead of being put on display.
Russell was put to sleep in In The Loop.
On the day he finally loses it and starts trashing the day camp Blythe rushes off to call a vet, we don't see how the day ends this time as it moves on after Russell purposely sends himself flying into a wall. Thinking he was a danger to others around him, the vet had no choice but to put him down. However, since he was stuck in a time loop, he was brought back to life for the next day.
- I assume his owners were notified of this? I would sooner guess he was sent home for the day to relax. Also what Vet would believe that a tiny hedgehog could do so much damage?
Zinnia the Zebra will be a guest pet in the next season
Hasbro is doing a huge marketing contest for her called "Find Zinnia", how can she not make an appearance? Or rather, this contest will make such an impact, that the Season 3 finale will introduce her as a permanent member of the cast
. If not a regular daycamper, than at least a recurring side character like Buttercream or Sugar Sprinkles.
If Zinnia does make an appearance, she'll be voiced by Kath Soucie
It just feels like the perfect voice for her. But I picture her more "cuter" voices like Lil
not her serious voices like Sally Acorn
The 100th episode with be a musical.
Because why not?