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YMMV: Lola And Virginia
Crowning Moment of Awesome: Poppy gets one in the episode "Olympic Torch". Because she's such a good athlete, she's chosen to light the torch at the school Olympics. And she does so via skateboard jump.
Fridge Logic: The show makes it clear that Lola comes from a poor family. She wears the cheapest clothes and can only afford the cheapest snacks and sodas for her birthday party. And yet, somehow, she can afford a cell phone and a monthly plan that includes texting.
In the course of their feud, Lola and Virginia have both done things that, by all rights, should have gotten them arrested. In "A Moped For Two", Lola persuaded Haide to dump a bunch of rubber balls in front of a delivery truck, so she could sneak in the back and take collector cards out of boxes of cereal.
But that pales in comparison to "30 Minutes Flat". Virginia is trying to stop Lola from delivering sushi, long story. To do this, first she causes a traffic jam by impersonating a road worker. A real road worker actually catches her, but she just casally walks away. Then she tells a bunch of people that a store is giving away free merchandise for ten minutes, when it's not, effectively conning the people into comitting theft. Then, to top it off, she actively tries to physically assault Lola with a rowboat oar. Fortunately, Lola is able to defend herself. And yet, despite all of this, there doesn't seem to be any consequences.
Unfortunate Implications: Virginia is rich, and OF COURSE she MUST be an evil little bitch pit against the oh so heroic middle-to-low class girl Lola. Because all rich people are horrible, terrible and monstruous! Lola herself is no prize and sometimes she comes off as bad as Virginia, but we're supposed to root for her because "she's the good and not-rich girl". Looks like someone in the staff has a hate-on for rich people and uses Lola as their self-projection tool...