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* SurprisinglyRealisticOutcome: Episode 28 shows why running in heels is not a good idea, as Papple constantly falls over in pain.


* SurprisinglyRealisticOutcome: Episode 28 shows why running in heels is not a good idea, as Papple constantly falls over in pain.


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* SurprisinglyRealisticOutcome: Episode 28 shows why running in heels is not a good idea, as Papple constantly falls over in pain.


* RealityEnsues: Episode 28 shows why running in heels is not a good idea, as Papple constantly falls over in pain.

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* RealityEnsues: SurprisinglyRealisticOutcome: Episode 28 shows why running in heels is not a good idea, as Papple constantly falls over in pain.


** In episode 14, this happens twice: once with an unnamed baby who resembles [[Anime/FutariWaPrettyCure Nagisa Misumi]], and a second time with Seitarou, the latter being employed as a method by Cure Yell to calm him down.

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** In episode 14, this happens twice: once with an unnamed baby who resembles [[Anime/FutariWaPrettyCure Nagisa Misumi]], Chii-chan, and a second time with Seitarou, the latter being employed as a method by Cure Yell to calm him down.


* TheDiaperChange: Given that the show features a baby, there have been many scenes involving this, done to promote one of the toys in the toyline (diapers for Hugtan).

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* TheDiaperChange: Given that the show features a baby, there have been The series has many scenes involving instances of this, done to promote [[ProductPromotionParade with the sole intent of promoting]] [[https://www.amazon.co.jp/HUG-%E3%81%AF%E3%81%90-%E3%81%A3%E3%81%A8-%E3%83%97%E3%83%AA%E3%82%AD%E3%83%A5%E3%82%A2-%E3%81%86%E3%81%8D%E3%81%86%E3%81%8D%E3%81%AF%E3%81%90%E3%81%9F%E3%82%93%E3%81%AE%E3%83%8F%E3%83%BC%E3%83%88%E3%82%AA%E3%83%A0%E3%83%84/dp/B078K4QZW5 one of the toys made for the show:]]
** Episode 2 contains a scene where Hana learns to change Hugtan.
** Episode 3 has Harry try to change Hugtan's diaper to improve her mood. It doesn't work.
** In episode 9, Hana changes Hugtan's diaper during her hike with Emiru.
** In episode 14, this happens twice: once with an unnamed baby who resembles [[Anime/FutariWaPrettyCure Nagisa Misumi]], and a second time with Seitarou, the latter being employed as a method by Cure Yell to calm him down.
** In episode 22, during Emiru and Ruru's argument, Hugtan is taken out of the room to have a diaper change because she is being fussy.
** Happens twice
in the toyline (diapers for Hugtan).NonSerialMovie: during the opening credits when Hugtan poops in her diaper at the picnic and a second time after Hugtan plays hide and seek.

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* ChildHater: The victim of the week in episode 3 of is a businessman who is one of these. He yells at the girls for not being able to control Hugtan's crying because he finds kids annoying. Homare yells at him for not understanding their situation, and this causes other families at the petting zoo to get in on the situation as well. This causes him to leave the zoo, but not before Charaleet uses his anger to summon an Oshimaida.


* AluminumChristmasTrees: The show contains several scenes where the characters change diapers even when Hugtan didn't show signs she needed a change (most notably in episodes 9 and 14). They are actually partaking in an activity [[http://www.tokyowithkids.com/fyi/hoikuen.html that is traditional in Japanese culture, especially in hoikuens]]. Babies' diapers are often changed every hour, even when they aren't soiled.

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* AluminumChristmasTrees: The show contains several scenes where the characters change diapers even when Hugtan didn't show signs she needed a change (most notably in episodes 9 9, 14 with Seitarou-kun instead of Hugtan and 14).22). They are actually partaking in an activity [[http://www.tokyowithkids.com/fyi/hoikuen.html that is traditional in Japanese culture, especially in hoikuens]]. Babies' diapers are often changed every hour, even when they aren't soiled.



* TheDiaperChange: Given that the show features a baby, there have been many scenes involving this, done to promote one of the toys in the toyline (diapers for Hugtan).



* NobodyPoops: Averted, as one of the things the girls need to do is change Hugtan's diapers, as well as the diapers of the babies at the daycare in episode 14.


* AluminumChristmasTrees: The show contains several scenes where the characters change diapers even when Hugtan didn't show signs she needed a change (most notably in episodes 9, 14 and 22). They are actually partaking in an activity [[http://www.tokyowithkids.com/fyi/hoikuen.html that is traditional in Japanese culture, especially in hoikuens]]. Babies' diapers are often changed every hour, even when they aren't soiled.

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* AluminumChristmasTrees: The show contains several scenes where the characters change diapers even when Hugtan didn't show signs she needed a change (most notably in episodes 9, 14 9 and 22).14). They are actually partaking in an activity [[http://www.tokyowithkids.com/fyi/hoikuen.html that is traditional in Japanese culture, especially in hoikuens]]. Babies' diapers are often changed every hour, even when they aren't soiled.


* AluminumChristmasTrees: In one scene in episode 14, Cure Yell decides to change [[CharacterOfTheDay Seitarou-kun's]] diaper instead of battling, since [[spoiler: the daycare workers were a target of the MonsterOfTheWeek]]. While this might seem like a funny gag to Western viewers, she's actually partaking in an activity [[http://www.tokyowithkids.com/fyi/hoikuen.html that is traditional in Japanese hoikuens]]. Daycare workers often change babies' diapers every hour, even when they aren't soiled.

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* AluminumChristmasTrees: In one scene in episode 14, Cure Yell decides to The show contains several scenes where the characters change [[CharacterOfTheDay Seitarou-kun's]] diaper instead of battling, since [[spoiler: the daycare workers were diapers even when Hugtan didn't show signs she needed a target of the MonsterOfTheWeek]]. While this might seem like a funny gag to Western viewers, she's change (most notably in episodes 9, 14 and 22). They are actually partaking in an activity [[http://www.tokyowithkids.com/fyi/hoikuen.html that is traditional in Japanese culture, especially in hoikuens]]. Daycare workers often change babies' Babies' diapers are often changed every hour, even when they aren't soiled.


* NobodyPoops: Averted, as one of the things the girls need to do is change Hugtan's diapers, as well as the diapers of the babies at the daycare.

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* NobodyPoops: Averted, as one of the things the girls need to do is change Hugtan's diapers, as well as the diapers of the babies at the daycare.daycare in episode 14.



** In Episode 14, Cure Yell is more interested in changing Seitarou's diaper than fighting. She even yells to the other Cures "I'm sorry! I just have to change this diaper!"

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** In Episode 14, Cure Yell is more interested in changing Seitarou's diaper than fighting. She even yells says to the other Cures "I'm sorry! I just have to change this diaper!"

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* ToiletHumor: Being that this series involves a baby, this is bound to happen.
** In Episode 14, Cure Yell is more interested in changing Seitarou's diaper than fighting. She even yells to the other Cures "I'm sorry! I just have to change this diaper!"
** In the NonSerialMovie, this happens twice:
*** Hugtan randomly yells "Poopie!" during the picnic at the beginning, disgusting the girls.
*** During a game of hide and seek, Hugtan says that she peed in her diaper, causing Harry to get frantic because he left the diaper bag behind.

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** Episode 26 contains a scene in which the girls imagine Hana in various outfits, done in the style of Sun-Star's dress up stickers that were being sold at the time.


* AluminumChristmasTrees: In one scene in episode 14, Cure Yell decides to change the babies' diapers instead of battling, since [[spoiler: the daycare workers were a target of the MonsterOfTheWeek]]. While this might seem like a funny gag to Western viewers, she's actually partaking in an activity [[http://www.tokyowithkids.com/fyi/hoikuen.html that is traditional in Japanese hoikuens]]. Daycare workers often change babies' diapers every hour, even when they aren't soiled.

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* AluminumChristmasTrees: In one scene in episode 14, Cure Yell decides to change the babies' diapers [[CharacterOfTheDay Seitarou-kun's]] diaper instead of battling, since [[spoiler: the daycare workers were a target of the MonsterOfTheWeek]]. While this might seem like a funny gag to Western viewers, she's actually partaking in an activity [[http://www.tokyowithkids.com/fyi/hoikuen.html that is traditional in Japanese hoikuens]]. Daycare workers often change babies' diapers every hour, even when they aren't soiled.

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* AluminumChristmasTrees: In one scene in episode 14, Cure Yell decides to change the babies' diapers instead of battling, since [[spoiler: the daycare workers were a target of the MonsterOfTheWeek]]. While this might seem like a funny gag to Western viewers, she's actually partaking in an activity [[http://www.tokyowithkids.com/fyi/hoikuen.html that is traditional in Japanese hoikuens]]. Daycare workers often change babies' diapers every hour, even when they aren't soiled.


* ContinuityDrift: When they first appear in episodes 21-22, [[spoiler:Nagisa and Honoka are speculated to originate from an alternate universe separate from the one ''[=HUGtto!=]'' takes place in]], given that Hugtan summoned them from a portal. When they reappear in later episodes, this aspect is quietly dropped in favor of [[spoiler:all the Cures and their crossovers sharing a single universe but living in different cities]], with the previous AlternateUniverse explanation being left as speculation that the characters were simply incorrect about.
* ContinuityNod: Especially prevalent in the two-part crossover episodes 36 and 37, [[spoiler: In effect, the movies are part of ''Hugtto'''s canon. The ''Hugtto'', ''Kirakira'', and ''Maho Girls'' teams split up in search of other cures and end up meeting Love from ''Anime/FreshPrettyCure'' and Nozomi from ''Anime/YesPrettyCure5''. Mirai and Riko recognize Love right away as they had previously met in one of the movies. Parts of the ''Hugtto'' group and the ''Kirakira'' group bump into Nozomi and don't recognize her, as they've never actually met before. Ruru and Emiru also don't know the ''Maho Girls'' and ''Kirakira'' teams since they hadn't joined at the time of the last ''All Stars'' movie.]]



* ContinuityNod: Especially prevalent in the two-part crossover episodes 36 and 37, [[spoiler: In effect, the movies are part of ''Hugtto'''s canon. The ''Hugtto'', ''Kirakira'', and ''Maho Girls'' teams split up in search of other cures and end up meeting Love from ''Anime/FreshPrettyCure'' and Nozomi from ''Anime/YesPrettyCure5''. Mirai and Riko recognize Love right away as they had previously met in one of the movies. Parts of the ''Hugtto'' group and the ''Kirakira'' group bump into Nozomi and don't recognize her, as they've never actually met before. Ruru and Emiru also don't know the ''Maho Girls'' and ''Kirakira'' teams since they hadn't joined at the time of the last ''All Stars'' movie.]]

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