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!!FridgeBrilliance
* Why did Cure Happy become Glitter Lucky? Because Miyuki/Emily is awfully “Happy-Go-Lucky!”
* 2012 is the year of the 20th anniversary of ''Manga/SailorMoon'', something Toei probably acknowledged while developing ''Smile'''s main cast. Hence why Miyuki, Nao and Reika are so similar to Usagi, Makoto and Ami, and Akane's last name is spelled the same as Rei's.
* Miyuki suffers an immense string of bad luck... On [[ThirteenIsUnlucky Episode 13]].
* The reason for Pop to stay at Märchenland during a good chunk of the season: [[spoiler:he was presumably ruling the kingdom while his mother, the current queen, was in a vegetative state and his sister hadn't awakened as the future queen yet]].
* Several people have complained that the Power Rangers may be inadvertently blowing their secret identity by wearing clothing of their Ranger color scheme. The Glitter Force does wear color-coded school outfits unlike ''the rest of the students''... but then they don't seem to care, since almost no-one ever notices them transformed because they are hit by the Bad Energy.

!!FridgeHorror
* Episode 14 had Miyuki and Yayoi lost in an unfamiliar city accepting candy from strangers and going with them to god-knows-where. Isn't this something we ''don't'' want kids doing?
** Same episode, the Cures lead the building sized Akanbe up and down the streets to tire it out. Seems reasonable, except we saw quite a bit of people sitting in the streets in despair thanks to the Bad End Energy being drained.
* And then there's Episode 17. A male comedy duo tells Miyuki and Akane that they're cute and they (although not seriously) want them to come to their dressing room. That is something a ''molester'' would say. Also counts as UnfortunateImplications.

!!FridgeLogic
* Ok, so Yayoi tells Miyuki that she's going to be transferring schools, and Miyuki tells the others. The thing is, this happened on the 1st of April...AprilFoolsDay. Are we seriously supposed to believe that ''NOBODY'' remembers what day it is, and ''NOBODY'' realises Yayoi was telling a lie?!
** To be frank, it was mostly Miyuki's fault.
* Why wasn't Miyuki affected by the Bad End spree back in episode 1? Is it because she was in contact with Candy?
** Maybe because she has an optimistic attitude. A later episode show her grandmother not be affected as well.
** That's exactly it; [[FridgeBrilliance Miyuki had absolutely nothing to despair over]]. What the Bad End generals do is amplify the despair that already exists in peoples' hearts and extract it. To Miyuki and Tae (her grandmother), that method is essentially trying to multiply from zero.
* I don't understand how Reika couldn't be Cure Beauty and go study abroad at the same time, considering one of the perks of being a Cure is ''teleportation''. I mean, the time zone difference might make it inconvenient, and it might still cause issues with the friendship, but. It's not impossible at all.
** That method of travel is simply ''too convenient'' and would raise the {{Muggles}}' suspicions and [[JustThinkOfThePotential curiosity]] regarding the Magical Library and Marchenland. The Cures simply cannot risk Marchenland being invaded for a second time for the sake of MundaneUtility. After all, there ''are'' humans out there that can easily be worse than Joker.

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!!FridgeBrilliance
* Why did Cure Happy become Glitter Lucky? Because Miyuki/Emily is awfully “Happy-Go-Lucky!”
* 2012 is the year of the 20th anniversary of ''Manga/SailorMoon'', something Toei probably acknowledged while developing ''Smile'''s main cast. Hence why Miyuki, Nao and Reika are so similar to Usagi, Makoto and Ami, and Akane's last name is spelled the same as Rei's.
* Miyuki suffers an immense string of bad luck... On [[ThirteenIsUnlucky Episode 13]].
* The reason for Pop to stay at Märchenland during a good chunk of the season: [[spoiler:he was presumably ruling the kingdom while his mother, the current queen, was in a vegetative state and his sister hadn't awakened as the future queen yet]].
* Several people have complained that the Power Rangers may be inadvertently blowing their secret identity by wearing clothing of their Ranger color scheme. The Glitter Force does wear color-coded school outfits unlike ''the rest of the students''... but then they don't seem to care, since almost no-one ever notices them transformed because they are hit by the Bad Energy.

!!FridgeHorror
* Episode 14 had Miyuki and Yayoi lost in an unfamiliar city accepting candy from strangers and going with them to god-knows-where. Isn't this something we ''don't'' want kids doing?
** Same episode, the Cures lead the building sized Akanbe up and down the streets to tire it out. Seems reasonable, except we saw quite a bit of people sitting in the streets in despair thanks to the Bad End Energy being drained.
* And then there's Episode 17. A male comedy duo tells Miyuki and Akane that they're cute and they (although not seriously) want them to come to their dressing room. That is something a ''molester'' would say. Also counts as UnfortunateImplications.

!!FridgeLogic
* Ok, so Yayoi tells Miyuki that she's going to be transferring schools, and Miyuki tells the others. The thing is, this happened on the 1st of April...AprilFoolsDay. Are we seriously supposed to believe that ''NOBODY'' remembers what day it is, and ''NOBODY'' realises Yayoi was telling a lie?!
** To be frank, it was mostly Miyuki's fault.
* Why wasn't Miyuki affected by the Bad End spree back in episode 1? Is it because she was in contact with Candy?
** Maybe because she has an optimistic attitude. A later episode show her grandmother not be affected as well.
** That's exactly it; [[FridgeBrilliance Miyuki had absolutely nothing to despair over]]. What the Bad End generals do is amplify the despair that already exists in peoples' hearts and extract it. To Miyuki and Tae (her grandmother), that method is essentially trying to multiply from zero.
* I don't understand how Reika couldn't be Cure Beauty and go study abroad at the same time, considering one of the perks of being a Cure is ''teleportation''. I mean, the time zone difference might make it inconvenient, and it might still cause issues with the friendship, but. It's not impossible at all.
** That method of travel is simply ''too convenient'' and would raise the {{Muggles}}' suspicions and [[JustThinkOfThePotential curiosity]] regarding the Magical Library and Marchenland. The Cures simply cannot risk Marchenland being invaded for a second time for the sake of MundaneUtility. After all, there ''are'' humans out there that can easily be worse than Joker.
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* Several people have complained that the Power Rangers may be inadvertently blowing their secret identity by wearing clothing of their Ranger color scheme. The Glitter Force does wear color-coded school outfits unlike ''the rest of the students''... but then they don't seem to care, since almost no-one ever notices them transformed because they are hit by the Bad Energy.


* The reason for Pop to stay at Märchenland during a good chunk of the season: [[spoiler:he was presumably ruling the kingdom while his mother, the current queen, was in vegetative state and his sister hadn't awakened as the future queen yet]].

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* The reason for Pop to stay at Märchenland during a good chunk of the season: [[spoiler:he was presumably ruling the kingdom while his mother, the current queen, was in a vegetative state and his sister hadn't awakened as the future queen yet]].

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!!FridgeBrilliance
* Why did Cure Happy become Glitter Lucky? Because Miyuki/Emily is awfully “Happy-Go-Lucky!”
* 2012 is the year of the 20th anniversary of ''Manga/SailorMoon'', something Toei probably acknowledged while developing ''Smile'''s main cast. Hence why Miyuki, Nao and Reika are so similar to Usagi, Makoto and Ami, and Akane's last name is spelled the same as Rei's.
* Miyuki suffers an immense string of bad luck... On [[ThirteenIsUnlucky Episode 13]].
* The reason for Pop to stay at Märchenland during a good chunk of the season: [[spoiler:he was presumably ruling the kingdom while his mother, the current queen, was in vegetative state and his sister hadn't awakened as the future queen yet]].

!!FridgeHorror
* Episode 14 had Miyuki and Yayoi lost in an unfamiliar city accepting candy from strangers and going with them to god-knows-where. Isn't this something we ''don't'' want kids doing?
** Same episode, the Cures lead the building sized Akanbe up and down the streets to tire it out. Seems reasonable, except we saw quite a bit of people sitting in the streets in despair thanks to the Bad End Energy being drained.
* And then there's Episode 17. A male comedy duo tells Miyuki and Akane that they're cute and they (although not seriously) want them to come to their dressing room. That is something a ''molester'' would say. Also counts as UnfortunateImplications.

!!FridgeLogic
* Ok, so Yayoi tells Miyuki that she's going to be transferring schools, and Miyuki tells the others. The thing is, this happened on the 1st of April...AprilFoolsDay. Are we seriously supposed to believe that ''NOBODY'' remembers what day it is, and ''NOBODY'' realises Yayoi was telling a lie?!
** To be frank, it was mostly Miyuki's fault.
* Why wasn't Miyuki affected by the Bad End spree back in episode 1? Is it because she was in contact with Candy?
** Maybe because she has an optimistic attitude. A later episode show her grandmother not be affected as well.
** That's exactly it; [[FridgeBrilliance Miyuki had absolutely nothing to despair over]]. What the Bad End generals do is amplify the despair that already exists in peoples' hearts and extract it. To Miyuki and Tae (her grandmother), that method is essentially trying to multiply from zero.
* I don't understand how Reika couldn't be Cure Beauty and go study abroad at the same time, considering one of the perks of being a Cure is ''teleportation''. I mean, the time zone difference might make it inconvenient, and it might still cause issues with the friendship, but. It's not impossible at all.
** That method of travel is simply ''too convenient'' and would raise the {{Muggles}}' suspicions and [[JustThinkOfThePotential curiosity]] regarding the Magical Library and Marchenland. The Cures simply cannot risk Marchenland being invaded for a second time for the sake of MundaneUtility. After all, there ''are'' humans out there that can easily be worse than Joker.

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