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* DemBones: Rin gets frightened by a skeleton a few times in episode 27. That episode's Kowainaa is even a giant skeleton.


* GoodBadTranslation: Karen's [[CallingYourAttacks attack catchphrase]] ''can'' be translated as, "The rock-crushing power of a young girl's [[NoPeriodsPeriod heavy flow]]." For obvious reasons the fansubbers went with [[{{Woolseyism}} something different]], but the literal version survived long enough to undergo MemeticMutation.


->''"The great power of hope! Cure Dream!"''
->''"The red flame of passion! Cure Rouge!"''
->''"The effervescent scent of lemon! Cure Lemonade!"''
->''"The tranquility of the green earth! Cure Mint!"''

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->''"The great power of hope! Cure Dream!"''
->''"The
Dream!"''\\
''"The
red flame of passion! Cure Rouge!"''
->''"The
Rouge!"''\\
''"The
effervescent scent of lemon! Cure Lemonade!"''
->''"The
Lemonade!"''\\
''"The
tranquility of the green earth! Cure Mint!"''



* ContinuityNod: In episode 40, Nozomi doesn't figure out that Otaka-san is the Chief Director until Rin says it. She ''[[CrowningMomentOfFunny and]]'' Urara have a BigWhat reaction. This happens again in episode 44 of ''[=GoGo=]'' with Santa Claus.

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* ContinuityNod: In episode 40, Nozomi doesn't figure out that Otaka-san is the Chief Director until Rin says it. She ''[[CrowningMomentOfFunny and]]'' and Urara have a BigWhat reaction. This happens again in episode 44 of ''[=GoGo=]'' with Santa Claus.


%%* MaamShock: Karen's not ''really'' an Oba-san, but it is the source of her FanNickname. Although Rin ribs on this a bit during the first movie, when Karen tries to act like a princess (which, by the way, means lots of NoblewomansLaugh), Rin said that she looks more like a ''queen'' than a princess.



* ObaSan: Karen's not ''really'' this, but it is the source of her FanNickname. Although Rin ribs on this a bit during the first movie, when Karen tries to act like a princess (which, by the way, means lots of NoblewomansLaugh), Rin said that she looks more like a ''queen'' than a princess.


''Yes!'' proved popular enough to get a direct sequel called '''Yes! Precure 5 GO!GO!'''. After [[SoLastSeason upgrading their powers]], the Pretty Cure 5 team is recruited to protect the mysterious Cure Rose Garden from Eternal, an evil museum that steals and stockpiles priceless treasures from across the universe. To do this, the Pretty Cure have to [[GottaCatchEmAll track down the four missing rulers]] of the kingdoms that neighbour the Kingdom of Palmier, as they hold the [[MacGuffin four keys]] that unlock the path to the Cure Rose Garden.

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''Yes!'' proved popular enough to get a direct sequel called '''Yes! Precure ''Yes! [=PreCure=] 5 GO!GO!'''.GO!GO!''. After [[SoLastSeason upgrading their powers]], the Pretty Cure 5 team is recruited to protect the mysterious Cure Rose Garden from Eternal, an evil museum that steals and stockpiles priceless treasures from across the universe. To do this, the Pretty Cure have to [[GottaCatchEmAll track down the four missing rulers]] of the kingdoms that neighbour the Kingdom of Palmier, as they hold the [[MacGuffin four keys]] that unlock the path to the Cure Rose Garden.


The fourth entry in the Franchise/PrettyCure franchise. The title comes from the fact that this time, there are ''five'' Cures instead of two.

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The ''Yes! [=PreCure=] 5'' is the fourth entry in the Franchise/PrettyCure franchise. The title comes from the fact that this time, there are ''five'' Cures instead of two.

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* DistractedByTheSexy: Happened concerning the school reporter. Whenever it's possible the girls were caught on camera, Mr. Natts would show up and she'd focus more on him than the girls in terms of article importance.
** It happens to Tsubomi in ''Anime/HeartcatchPrettyCure'' concerning Itsuki, setting her up for the UnsettlingGenderReveal. And sometimes even ''after'' that!

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* PieInTheFace: Nozomi in the ''Go Go'' movie, albeit by accident, when the group end up in the Dessert Kingdom, and she lands face-first into a cream pie flower.


* GenreSavvy: Kurumi has studied in depth what it means to be a [[AloofAlly secret heroine]].


* RedemptionEqualsDeath: [[spoiler:Dark Dream]].



* RedOniBlueOni: Played straight with Cure Rouge and Cure Aqua, but inverted with Nuts (wears red more, is quieter) and Coco (wears blue more, is outgoing).



* RedOniBlueOni: Played straight with Cure Rouge and Cure Aqua, but inverted with Nuts (wears red more, is quieter) and Coco (wears blue more, is outgoing).
* RedemptionEqualsDeath: [[spoiler:Dark Dream]].


* BokeAndTsukkomiRoutine: Nozomi and Rin respectively, with Nozomi being a [[WideEyedIdealist chirpy, optimistic]] [[TheDitz idiot]] and [[GrumpyBear realist]] Rin providing a more [[SurroundedByIdiots normal]] point of view.



* BokeAndTsukkomiRoutine: Nozomi and Rin respectively, with Nozomi being a [[WideEyedIdealist chirpy, optimistic]] [[TheDitz idiot]] and [[GrumpyBear realist]] Rin providing a more [[SurroundedByIdiots normal]] point of view.


The fourth entry in the PrettyCure franchise. The title comes from the fact that this time, there are ''five'' Cures instead of two.

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The fourth entry in the PrettyCure Franchise/PrettyCure franchise. The title comes from the fact that this time, there are ''five'' Cures instead of two.



''Yes!'' [[BrokenBase produced more than a few waves in the Western fandom]] when it discarded many of the synonymous ''PrettyCure'' tropes in favour of a more traditional formula. Despite this, the character development is good, the action is solid and it still retains some of the [[GoodOldFisticuffs fistfighting combat]] and PostModernism that makes ''PrettyCure'' stand out in the MagicalGirl genre. It also started the trend of having ''every'' [[ByThePowerOfGrayskull transformation phrase]] and [[CallingYourAttacks special attack]] include the phrase [[TitleDrop "Pretty Cure"]] (where previously it was confined to the FinishingMove).

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''Yes!'' [[BrokenBase produced more than a few waves in the Western fandom]] when it discarded many of the synonymous ''PrettyCure'' ''Franchise/PrettyCure'' tropes in favour of a more traditional formula. Despite this, the character development is good, the action is solid and it still retains some of the [[GoodOldFisticuffs fistfighting combat]] and PostModernism that makes ''PrettyCure'' ''Franchise/PrettyCure'' stand out in the MagicalGirl genre. It also started the trend of having ''every'' [[ByThePowerOfGrayskull transformation phrase]] and [[CallingYourAttacks special attack]] include the phrase [[TitleDrop "Pretty Cure"]] (where previously it was confined to the FinishingMove).


* ShyFingerTwiddling: Nozomi breaks into this in episode one after getting yelled at by Rin for not staying in one school club and for her {{Dojikko}} ways.

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* ShyFingerTwiddling: Nozomi breaks into this in episode one after getting yelled at by Rin for not staying in one school club and for her {{Dojikko}} [[CuteClumsyGirl clumsy]] ways.


* {{Expy}}: To varying extents.
** Late in the series, Bunbee's new employee, Shiri, looks a lot like Kawarino.


* '''[[color:orangered:Cure Rouge]]''', Pretty Cure of [[PersonalityPowers Passion]]. Rin Natsuki, Nozomi's [[TheLancer childhood friend]], known for [[{{Tomboy}} her athletic prowess]] and [[GrumpyBear biting sarcasm]]. Easily frightened, but the idea of losing Nozomi is scarier than any monster. (Not to be confused with a Cure Passion from a different series.)

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* '''[[color:orangered:Cure Rouge]]''', Pretty Cure of [[PersonalityPowers Passion]]. Rin Natsuki, Nozomi's [[TheLancer childhood friend]], known for [[{{Tomboy}} her athletic prowess]] and [[GrumpyBear biting sarcasm]]. Easily frightened, but the idea of losing Nozomi is scarier than any monster. (Not to be confused with a Cure Passion from [[Anime/FreshPrettyCure a different series.series]].)

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