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* HurricaneOfEuphemisms / LongList: During a sex education class:

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* HurricaneOfEuphemisms / LongList: HurricaneOfEuphemisms[=/=]LongList: During a sex education class:


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--> '''Nostalgia Chick''': Oh my god, he's got ''glasses''!



WebVideo/TheNostalgiaChick reviewed the film [[http://thatguywiththeglasses.com/videolinks/thedudette/nostalgia-chick/1757-teen-witch here]].


** Somewhat averted in that she was played by real-life Madonna-esque pop singer Cindy Valentine, who also co-wrote several songs for the soundtrack.



** Somewhat averted in that she was played by real-life Madonna-esque pop singer Cindy Valentine, who also co-wrote several songs for the soundtrack.

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* PlotHole: Water reverses spells, and it's shown from when Louise casts the truth spell on the popular girls that this applies to spells that aren't just physical transformations. Despite this, Louise's popularity spell lasts throughout the whole movie, until it's implied that she reverses it at the end. Apparently Louise never needed to shower or hydrate... Also, the voodoo doll Louise made isn't deterred by being put in the washing machine.

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** Polly and Louise's friendship fall out after Louise casts the popularity spell is never resolved.

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* BeautyIsNeverTarnished: Probably the reason that Louise becomes a CuteWitch instead of a [[Film/TeenWolf hairy, unattractive werewolf.]]


* {{fanservice}}: Because this is the 80s, we get ''multiple'' scenes of teenage girls walking around in purple leotards, presumably thrown in for the teen males anxious about going to see a [[GirlShowGhetto girl movie.]]

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* {{fanservice}}: {{Fanservice}}: Because this is the 80s, we get ''multiple'' scenes of teenage girls walking around in purple leotards, presumably thrown in for the teen males anxious about going to see a [[GirlShowGhetto girl movie.]]



* HaveIMentionedIAmHeterosexualToday: The "I Like Boys" song the cheerleaders sing while dancing around the [[LesYay girls' locker room in skimpy leotards]].

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* HaveIMentionedIAmHeterosexualToday: The "I Like Boys" song the cheerleaders sing while dancing around the [[LesYay girls' locker room in skimpy leotards]].room.


* Fanservice: Because this is the 80s, we get ''multiple'' scenes of teenage girls walking around in purple leotards, presumably thrown in for the teen males anxious about going to see a [[GirlShowGhetto girl movie.]]

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* Fanservice: {{fanservice}}: Because this is the 80s, we get ''multiple'' scenes of teenage girls walking around in purple leotards, presumably thrown in for the teen males anxious about going to see a [[GirlShowGhetto girl movie.]]

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* Fanservice: Because this is the 80s, we get ''multiple'' scenes of teenage girls walking around in purple leotards, presumably thrown in for the teen males anxious about going to see a [[GirlShowGhetto girl movie.]]


* HaveIMentionedIAmHeterosexualToday: The "I Like Boys" song the cheerleaders sing.

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* HaveIMentionedIAmHeterosexualToday: The "I Like Boys" song the cheerleaders sing.sing while dancing around the [[LesYay girls' locker room in skimpy leotards]].

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* AWildRapperAppears: Louise her friend happen upon a few street kids rapping. Louise uses her magic to give her friend the power to rap back at them.


%%* TheEighties: Ohhhh, '''yes'''.

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%%* * TheEighties: Ohhhh, '''yes'''.From the fashion to the music, everything about this movies just ''screams'' this trope.


%%* CannotTellALie: The cheerleaders' payback.

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%%* * CannotTellALie: The cheerleaders' payback.Louise punishes the cheerleaders by casting a spell on them that forces them to tell the truth.

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