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* SuddenlySexuality: After breaking off with her boyfriend Jason after high school, Tara is now in a committed relationship with another woman, Alex Eressos.


* {{Foreshadowing}}: In Chapter 1, after Dean [=McDermott=] removed Professor Slocum's tenure for the way he mistreated Kim in his math class he told Kim, "You're not the first hero or student to run into trouble with Mr. Slocum." In Chapter 10, Shego reveals to Kim that Slocum's constantly berating her during her time in his class was one of the factors that led to her HeelFaceTurn.

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* {{Foreshadowing}}: In Chapter 1, after Dean [=McDermott=] removed Professor Slocum's tenure for the way he mistreated Kim in his math class he told Kim, "You're not the first hero or student to run into trouble with Mr. Slocum." In Chapter 10, Shego reveals to Kim that Slocum's constantly berating her during her time in his class was one of the factors that led to her HeelFaceTurn.FaceHeelTurn.

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* {{Foreshadowing}}: In Chapter 1, after Dean [=McDermott=] removed Professor Slocum's tenure for the way he mistreated Kim in his math class he told Kim, "You're not the first hero or student to run into trouble with Mr. Slocum." In Chapter 10, Shego reveals to Kim that Slocum's constantly berating her during her time in his class was one of the factors that led to her HeelFaceTurn.

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* SuddenlySexuality: After breaking off with her boyfriend Jason after high school, Tara is now in a committed relationship with another woman, Alex Eressos.


* HiddenDepths: Early in the story Bonnie admits to Kim that she always had a passion for restoring classic cars and motorcycles. After his HeelFaceTurn, Senor Senor Sr, indulged her interests, which seems to have contributed to her [[TookALevelInKindness much friendlier demeanor]].

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* HiddenDepths: Early in the story Bonnie admits to Kim that she always had a passion for [[WrenchWench restoring classic cars and motorcycles. motorcycles.]] After his HeelFaceTurn, Senor Senor Sr, indulged her interests, which seems to have contributed to her [[TookALevelInKindness much friendlier demeanor]].

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* HiddenDepths: Early in the story Bonnie admits to Kim that she always had a passion for restoring classic cars and motorcycles. After his HeelFaceTurn, Senor Senor Sr, indulged her interests, which seems to have contributed to her [[TookALevelInKindness much friendlier demeanor]].

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* LetUsNeverSpeakOfThisAgain: In an earlier chapter, Kim and Bonnie get into a discussion of their sex lives with Ron and SSJ respectively. After discussing Ron and SSJ's length, girth and duration, the two stop talking suddenly and Bonnie asks, "Why are we comparing our boys' junk?" Kim and Bonnie hastily invoke this trope, almost verbatim.


* BilingualBonus / StephenUlyssesPerhero: Shego at one point tells Kim and Ron that Drew Lipsky (ne Dr. Drakken) finally sought counselling for his various neuroses, and that his doctor is named Ima Kopffall. Apart from the obvious pun about her [[MostCommonSuperpower prominent physical attributes]], Shego points out that the German words 'kopf' and 'fall' translate respectively into 'head' and 'case'.

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* BilingualBonus / StephenUlyssesPerhero: BilingualBonus: Shego at one point tells Kim and Ron that Drew Lipsky (ne Dr. Drakken) finally sought counselling for his various neuroses, and that his doctor is named Ima Kopffall. Apart from the obvious pun about her [[MostCommonSuperpower prominent physical attributes]], Shego points out that the German words 'kopf' and 'fall' translate respectively into 'head' and 'case'.

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* BilingualBonus / StephenUlyssesPerhero: Shego at one point tells Kim and Ron that Drew Lipsky (ne Dr. Drakken) finally sought counselling for his various neuroses, and that his doctor is named Ima Kopffall. Apart from the obvious pun about her [[MostCommonSuperpower prominent physical attributes]], Shego points out that the German words 'kopf' and 'fall' translate respectively into 'head' and 'case'.

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** Senor Senor Jr. also fits this trope; happily married to Bonnie, he has proven to be more capable as a hero than he ever was as a villain.


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* TookALevelInKindness: Bonnie, having married SSJ before the story started, is much friendlier toward Kim and Ron, and also convinced SSS to abandon villainy.


* HeroicSelfDeprecation: Kim insists that she's just "a basic average girl," especially compared to her family of super-geniuses. Both Shego and Yori end up calling her on her depreciation, pointing out that, while her parents, her brothers, Shego, Ron and Yori may each have mastered one or two disciplines, [[RenaissanceMan Kim has mastered many.]] Yori gets fairly angry at Kim, claiming that her constantly claiming that her skills are "no big" is in itself a form of arrogance. Given that Kim had just mopped the floor with some former [[EliteMooks Spetsnaz agents,]] Yori may have a point.

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* HeroicSelfDeprecation: Kim insists that she's just "a basic average girl," especially compared to her family of super-geniuses. Both Shego and Yori end up calling her on her depreciation, pointing out that, while her parents, her brothers, Shego, Ron and Yori may each have mastered one or two disciplines, [[RenaissanceMan Kim has mastered many.]] ]] Yori gets fairly angry at Kim, claiming stating that her Kim's constantly claiming that her skills are "no big" is in itself a form of arrogance. arrogance. Given that Kim had just mopped the floor with some former [[EliteMooks Spetsnaz agents,]] Yori may have a point.


* HeroicSelfDeprecation: Kim, as usual, insists that she's just a basic average girl, especially compared to her family of super-geniuses. Both Shego and Yori end up calling her on her depreciation, pointing out that, while her parents, her brothers, Shego, Ron and Yori may each have mastered one or two disciplines, [[RenaissanceMan Kim has mastered many.]]

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* HeroicSelfDeprecation: Kim, as usual, Kim insists that she's just a "a basic average girl, girl," especially compared to her family of super-geniuses. super-geniuses. Both Shego and Yori end up calling her on her depreciation, pointing out that, while her parents, her brothers, Shego, Ron and Yori may each have mastered one or two disciplines, [[RenaissanceMan Kim has mastered many.]]]] Yori gets fairly angry at Kim, claiming that her constantly claiming that her skills are "no big" is in itself a form of arrogance. Given that Kim had just mopped the floor with some former [[EliteMooks Spetsnaz agents,]] Yori may have a point.

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* HeroicSelfDeprecation: Kim, as usual, insists that she's just a basic average girl, especially compared to her family of super-geniuses. Both Shego and Yori end up calling her on her depreciation, pointing out that, while her parents, her brothers, Shego, Ron and Yori may each have mastered one or two disciplines, [[RenaissanceMan Kim has mastered many.]]

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* NoCelebritiesWereHarmed: Professor Slocomb, attempting to defend his position on national TV, gets raked over the coals by a "former sportscaster" named [[Series/CountdownWithKeithOlbermann Mr. Altmann]].


* BadassFamily: The Undergraduates are one.

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* BadassFamily: The Undergraduates Upperclassmen are one.

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