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* HollywoodHacking: Susana really loves rerouting the school's P.A. system to play Music/{{Metallica}} songs, as established in an early episode when "Hit the Lights" plays over the loudspeakers. This shortly becomes a running gag throughout the series. She even goes so far as to {{Rickroll}} the entire school in another episode.

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* HollywoodHacking: Susana really loves rerouting the school's P.A. system to play Music/{{Metallica}} songs, as established in an early episode when "Hit the Lights" plays over the loudspeakers. This shortly becomes a running gag throughout the series. She even goes so far as to {{Rickroll}} JustForFun/{{Rickroll}} the entire school in another episode.



* RickRoll: At least twice, the first time using an original recording of Rick Astley's hit "Never Gonna Give You Up" over the loudspeakers, and again when Susana performs the song in concert as a TranslatedCoverVersion.


* EmmaWatson: As Mexican-American-British drummer Susana Cortez.



* SophisticatedAsHell: When EmmaWatson's NotEvenBotheringWithTheAccent in episode 27, Susana's dialogue tends to fall into this. For example:

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* SophisticatedAsHell: When EmmaWatson's Creator/EmmaWatson's NotEvenBotheringWithTheAccent in episode 27, Susana's dialogue tends to fall into this. For example:


* ScheduleSlip: Originally planned for release at the end of September 2013, the first episode (titled "A Cinematic Debut" in the US and "Pam and the Bats" in the UK) was instead released in the first half of October 2013. Due to various circumstances, the second episode (titled "Shall We Dance?" in the US and "Strictly Come Dancing" in the UK) wasn't released until January 2014, even though it was originally slated for a November 2013 release.


* ProductionPosse: Quite a few posses are involved in this one.


* NamesTheSame[=/=]GenderBlenderName: Ryan shares her name with the author himself; WordOfGod confirms it's either just a coincidence, or else the name was simply chosen for no reason whatsoever.


* FakeBrit: There's quite a few.



* FranchiseKiller: This series contributed to the author rebooting his Cureverse. [[{{Plagiarism}} It doesn't help that the original version of the story, and much of the dialogue in the remix, are copied verbatim Pretty Cure Bukatsudo Energetic.]] Needless to say, it doesn't look like it'll be remixed again for the reboot, as the author [[OldShame doesn't think it's worth it]].


** Episode 12: JohnCleese
** Episode 13: LeonardoDiCaprio (in character as [[Film/DjangoUnchained Calvin Candie]])
** Episode 14: AlPacino (in character as [[Film/{{Scarface 1983}} Tony Montana]])

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** Episode 12: JohnCleese
Creator/JohnCleese
** Episode 13: LeonardoDiCaprio Creator/LeonardoDiCaprio (in character as [[Film/DjangoUnchained Calvin Candie]])
** Episode 14: AlPacino Creator/AlPacino (in character as [[Film/{{Scarface 1983}} Tony Montana]])



** Episode 24: JulieAndrews

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** Episode 24: JulieAndrewsCreator/JulieAndrews


* ActorAllusion: In episode 5, Susana responds to Pam's question about how she knew Lars Ulrich was once a tennis player before joining Music/{{Metallica}} by remarking, "I read all about it in [[GratuitousSpanish Metállica: Una Historia]]."
** In episode 8, having discovered in the previous episode who the Cures are, Professor Jameson says, "Beware of Chinatown gangsters. They're the most embarrassing way for people like you to die. [[Series/DoctorWho Frankly, I should know myself, having once examined an extraterrestrial who caught a bunch of their bullets.]]"
** From episode 19's ScoobyDoobyDoors gag:
-->'''Ian Hart''': Troll! Troll in the dungeon! Thought you ought to know. ''[faints]''\\
'''Susana''': [[OhCrap Oh, crap.]]\\
''[the chase continues]''



* NotEvenBotheringWithTheAccent: Both of Natalya and Marius Montana's daughters speak [[UsefulNotes/BritishAccent BBC English]]; averted by Natalya herself, as well as the Cortez sisters (both played by British actresses with Southern belle accents).

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* NotEvenBotheringWithTheAccent: Both of Natalya and Marius Montana's daughters speak [[UsefulNotes/BritishAccent [[UsefulNotes/BritishAccents BBC English]]; averted by Natalya herself, as well as the Cortez sisters (both played by British actresses with Southern belle accents).


* NotEvenBotheringWithTheAccent: Both of Natalya and Marius Montana's daughters speak [[BritishAccent BBC English]]; averted by Natalya herself, as well as the Cortez sisters (both played by British actresses with Southern belle accents).

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* NotEvenBotheringWithTheAccent: Both of Natalya and Marius Montana's daughters speak [[BritishAccent [[UsefulNotes/BritishAccent BBC English]]; averted by Natalya herself, as well as the Cortez sisters (both played by British actresses with Southern belle accents).


** Episode 36: DanielCraig (in character as Franchise/JamesBond)

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** Episode 36: DanielCraig Creator/DanielCraig (in character as Franchise/JamesBond)


* TakeThat: Cure Power Chord's powerup episode is a merciless parody of episode 10 of ''RevolutionaryGirlUtena'', in that when Susana's insecurities surface, she does the exact opposite of what Utena does: she ''cuts her hair'' and starts wearing the male uniform. Susana's reasoning? "Even if I wanted to at this point, to wear the female uniform in response to my uniqueness being made a mockery of would be infringing TV Tokyo's copyright."

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* TakeThat: Cure Power Chord's powerup episode is a merciless parody of episode 10 of ''RevolutionaryGirlUtena'', ''Anime/RevolutionaryGirlUtena'', in that when Susana's insecurities surface, she does the exact opposite of what Utena does: she ''cuts her hair'' and starts wearing the male uniform. Susana's reasoning? "Even if I wanted to at this point, to wear the female uniform in response to my uniqueness being made a mockery of would be infringing TV Tokyo's copyright."


* {{Plagiarism}}: The original version of the story, and much of the dialogue in the remix, are copied verbatim from the more successful work, FanFic/PrettyCureBukatsudoEnergetic.

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* {{Plagiarism}}: The original version of the story, and much of the dialogue in the remix, are copied verbatim from the more successful work, FanFic/PrettyCureBukatsudoEnergetic.


* FranchiseKiller: This series contributed to the author rebooting his Cureverse. [[{{Plagiarism}} It doesn't help that the original version of the story, and much of the dialogue in the remix, are copied verbatim Pretty Cure Bukatsudo Energetic.]] Needless to say, it doesn't look like it'll be remixed again for the reboot, as the author [[OldShame doesn't think it's worth it]].



* {{Plagiarism}}: The original version of the story, and much of the dialogue in the remix, are copied verbatim from the more successful work, FanFic/PrettyCureBukatsudoEnergetic.

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* {{Plagiarism}}: The original version of the story, and much of the dialogue in the remix, are copied verbatim from the more successful work, FanFic/PrettyCureBukatsudoEnergetic.

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