Western Animation: Maryoku Yummy
Maryoku Yummy is a TV show aimed towards pre-teens and pre-schoolers. The show takes place in Nozomu, a fantastical world where all children's wishes go to be granted, populated by the colorful 'Yummies.'
Gentle and understanding Maryoku is a wishsitter, who watches over wishes with her friends Fij Fij and Ooka.
- Aesop Amnesia
- Big Guy, Little Guy: Yuzu and Nonki
- Blithe Spirit: Maryoku.
- Broken Aesop: "Flip, Flop, and Float".
- By "No", I Mean "Yes": Baburu did this while commenting on Hadagi's latest scheme in "Ha Ha Hadagi."
- Catch Phrase: "Wishy Wish, Wishy Woo, another wish is coming true!"
- Coincidental Accidental Disguise: Maryoku in "The Yorglesclubber."
- Cowardly Sidekick: Fij Fij
- Crazy Enough to Work: Played with when Maryoku and Shika are searching for Bob.
- Doomy Dooms of Doom: Fij Fij.
- Flowers for Algernon Syndrome: "Shika's Wish", "Don't Get Your Blooms in a Twist"
- Flower from the Mountaintop: "Golden Flower"
- "Freaky Friday" Flip: "Opposite Day"
- Gratuitous Japanese
- Hey, It's That Voice!: Misa from Death Note is Maryoku, Spike from My Little Pony:Friendship is Magic is Fij Fij, Melody from Barbie and the Diamond Castle is Ooka, Jumpy Ghostface from Hero 108 is Fudan, and Scott McNeil, one of the creators, is Shika.
- Hold Your Hippogriffs: Related to Smurfing below.
- It's a Wonderful Plot: Played with in 2 episodes, "A Day Without Maryoku" and "It's a Yumderful Life."
- I Would Say If I Could Say: Baburu does this in "Sound Advice."
- Mood Whiplash: Ooka's reaction to the broken statue of herself in "Detective Ooka".
- Obstructive Bureaucrat: Shika
- Odd Name Out: Bob
- Parody: It's A Yumderful Life.
- Rhymes on a Dime: Bob and Yuzu.
- Shaped Like Itself: Used in "Scatterday" and "The Ninth Wish."
- Smurfing: "Yum" finds its way into all kinds of words. Yumgantic, yumderful, etc.
- Theme Tune Cameo: In "The Best Best Friend".
- Third-Person Person: Fudan
- Those Two Guys: Yuzu and Nonki.
- Twin Maker: "Ooka Times Two"
- Unusual Euphemism: There are plenty (See Smurfing).
- Whole Plot Reference: "Cinderoku," "Maryoku and the Huzzle Beanstalk."