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* In the ''Anime/PrettyRhythmRainbowLive'', June cannot perform prism shows anymore in the end, yet she is playable in ''All Star Selection'', which reeks of plot hole here.

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[[AC:FridgeLogic]]
* In the ''Anime/PrettyRhythmRainbowLive'', June cannot perform prism shows anymore in the end, yet she is playable in ''All Star Selection'', which reeks of plot hole here.
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* After listening to the full version of pride a few times, it struck me as strange that some lines used [[UsefulNotes/JapanesePronouns boku]], when as far as I know, Hiro uses ore. But then it dawned on me. Kouji wrote pride with the mindset that they would perform as a duo, before their falling out. The lines that use boku were most likely Kouji's lines, and Hiro just glazed over them while practicing.



* In the ''Rainbow Live'' animé, June [[spoiler:cannot perform prism shows anymore in the end]], yet she is playable in ''All Star Selection'', which reeks of plot hole here.

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* In the ''Rainbow Live'' animé, ''Anime/PrettyRhythmRainbowLive'', June [[spoiler:cannot cannot perform prism shows anymore in the end]], end, yet she is playable in ''All Star Selection'', which reeks of plot hole here.


* After listening to the full version of pride a few times, it struck me as strange that some lines used [[JapanesePronouns boku]], when as far as I know, Hiro uses ore. But then it dawned on me. Kouji wrote pride with the mindset that they would perform as a duo, before their falling out. The lines that use boku were most likely Kouji's lines, and Hiro just glazed over them while practicing.

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* After listening to the full version of pride a few times, it struck me as strange that some lines used [[JapanesePronouns [[UsefulNotes/JapanesePronouns boku]], when as far as I know, Hiro uses ore. But then it dawned on me. Kouji wrote pride with the mindset that they would perform as a duo, before their falling out. The lines that use boku were most likely Kouji's lines, and Hiro just glazed over them while practicing.


* In the ''Rainbow Live'' anime, June [[spoiler:cannot perform prism shows anymore in the end]], yet she is playable in ''All Star Selection'', which reeks off plot hole here.

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* In the ''Rainbow Live'' anime, animé, June [[spoiler:cannot perform prism shows anymore in the end]], yet she is playable in ''All Star Selection'', which reeks off of plot hole here.


* After listening to the full version of pride a few times, it struck me as strange that some lines used [[JapanesePronouns boku]], when as far as I know, Hiro uses ore. But then it dawned on me. Kouji wrote pride with the mindset that they would perform as a duo, before their falling out. The lines that use boku were most likely Kouji's lines, and Hiro just glazed over them while practicing.

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* After listening to the full version of pride a few times, it struck me as strange that some lines used [[JapanesePronouns boku]], when as far as I know, Hiro uses ore. But then it dawned on me. Kouji wrote pride with the mindset that they would perform as a duo, before their falling out. The lines that use boku were most likely Kouji's lines, and Hiro just glazed over them while practicing.practicing.

[[AC:FridgeLogic]]
* In the ''Rainbow Live'' anime, June [[spoiler:cannot perform prism shows anymore in the end]], yet she is playable in ''All Star Selection'', which reeks off plot hole here.

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[[AC:FridgeBrilliance]]
* After listening to the full version of pride a few times, it struck me as strange that some lines used [[JapanesePronouns boku]], when as far as I know, Hiro uses ore. But then it dawned on me. Kouji wrote pride with the mindset that they would perform as a duo, before their falling out. The lines that use boku were most likely Kouji's lines, and Hiro just glazed over them while practicing.

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