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*** Sadly when a show becomes [[CashCowFranchise popular and drags on for too long]], it suffers from a DependingOnTheArtist,DependingOnTheWriter syndrome. As in new writers of each episodes writes in new trivias that were not cannon in the original episodes contradicting the characters drastically from their origins. For example: In the episode titled "Aliens!" in season 1, Alex states that she is a Virgo. But in later seasons, she says she's a Pieces. In "Wild Style" season 1, Alex is clearly seen sneezing violently at Clover who was turned into a were-cat stating that she has severe cat allergies. But in season 6 episode 2 "Cat Fight!", Alex turns into a were-cat and should have just imploded by herself, but nope. she is fine and is not showing any signs of severe bloating, asphyxiation or even violent sneezing.

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*** Sadly when a show becomes [[CashCowFranchise popular and drags on for too long]], it suffers from a DependingOnTheArtist,DependingOnTheWriter syndrome. As in new writers of each episodes writes in new trivias that were not cannon in the original episodes contradicting the characters drastically from their origins. For example: In the episode titled "Aliens!" in season 1, Alex states that she is a Virgo. But in later seasons, she says she's a Pieces. In "Wild Style" season 1, Alex is clearly seen sneezing violently at Clover who was turned into a were-cat stating that she has severe cat allergies. But in season 6 episode 2 "Cat Fight!", Alex turns into a were-cat and should have just imploded by herself, but nope. she is fine and is not showing any signs of severe bloating, asphyxiation or even violent sneezing.
sneezing. It's safe to say that Alex's dad fell for that syndrome.


*** Sadly when a show becomes [[CashCowFranchise popular and drags on for too long]], it suffers from a [[DependingOnTheArtist,DependingOnTheWriter]] syndrome. As in new writers of each episodes writes in new trivias that were not cannon in the original episodes contradicting the characters drastically from their origins. For example: In the episode titled "Aliens!" in season 1, Alex states that she is a Virgo. But in later seasons, she says she's a Pieces. In "Wild Style" season 1, Alex is clearly seen sneezing violently at Clover who was turned into a were-cat stating that she has severe cat allergies. But in season 6 episode 2 "Cat Fight!", Alex turns into a were-cat and should have just imploded by herself, but nope. she is fine and is not showing any signs of severe bloating, asphyxiation or even violent sneezing.

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*** Sadly when a show becomes [[CashCowFranchise popular and drags on for too long]], it suffers from a [[DependingOnTheArtist,DependingOnTheWriter]] DependingOnTheArtist,DependingOnTheWriter syndrome. As in new writers of each episodes writes in new trivias that were not cannon in the original episodes contradicting the characters drastically from their origins. For example: In the episode titled "Aliens!" in season 1, Alex states that she is a Virgo. But in later seasons, she says she's a Pieces. In "Wild Style" season 1, Alex is clearly seen sneezing violently at Clover who was turned into a were-cat stating that she has severe cat allergies. But in season 6 episode 2 "Cat Fight!", Alex turns into a were-cat and should have just imploded by herself, but nope. she is fine and is not showing any signs of severe bloating, asphyxiation or even violent sneezing.


*** Sadly when a show becomes [[CashCowFranchise: popular and drags on for too long]], it suffers from a [[DependingOnTheArtist,DependingOnTheWriter]] syndrome. As in new writers of each episodes writes in new trivias that were not cannon in the original episodes contradicting the characters drastically from their origins. For example: In the episode titled "Aliens!" in season 1, Alex states that she is a Virgo. But in later seasons, she says she's a Pieces. In "Wild Style" season 1, Alex is clearly seen sneezing violently at Clover who was turned into a were-cat stating that she has severe cat allergies. But in season 6 episode 2 "Cat Fight!", Alex turns into a were-cat and should have just imploded by herself, but nope. she is fine and is not showing any signs of severe bloating, asphyxiation or even violent sneezing.

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*** Sadly when a show becomes [[CashCowFranchise: [[CashCowFranchise popular and drags on for too long]], it suffers from a [[DependingOnTheArtist,DependingOnTheWriter]] syndrome. As in new writers of each episodes writes in new trivias that were not cannon in the original episodes contradicting the characters drastically from their origins. For example: In the episode titled "Aliens!" in season 1, Alex states that she is a Virgo. But in later seasons, she says she's a Pieces. In "Wild Style" season 1, Alex is clearly seen sneezing violently at Clover who was turned into a were-cat stating that she has severe cat allergies. But in season 6 episode 2 "Cat Fight!", Alex turns into a were-cat and should have just imploded by herself, but nope. she is fine and is not showing any signs of severe bloating, asphyxiation or even violent sneezing.


** It's not done arbitrarily. The reasons shows do this is to avoid insulting actual existing countries and people. So they make up a fictional country or historical character if said country or character are evil and corrupt. Instead of using actual countries like for example: Cuba or Che Guevara as an example of corruption and a corrupted leader which may or may not be true, (considering that both were viewed as tyrant corrupted country and leader but were viewed as heroes in their respective countries), or when the actual ruler is still around and alive which could become an international problem the least punishment would be the ban of the show or cartoon. It's only logical to create fictional countries or fictional historical characters to avoid direct insulting of actual existing countries and people if said country or character are villains.

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** It's not done arbitrarily. The reasons shows do this is to avoid insulting actual existing countries and people. So they make up a fictional country or historical character if said country or character are evil and corrupt. Instead of using actual countries like for example: Cuba or Che Guevara as an example of corruption and a corrupted leader which may or may not be true, (considering that both were viewed as tyrant corrupted country and leader tyrants in the west but were viewed as heroes in their respective countries), or when the actual ruler is still around and alive which could become an international problem the least punishment would be the ban of the show or the cartoon. It's only logical to create fictional countries or fictional historical characters to avoid direct insulting of actual existing countries and people if said country or character are villains.
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** It's not done arbitrarily. The reasons shows do this is to avoid insulting actual existing countries and people. So they make up a fictional country or historical character if said country or character are evil and corrupt. Instead of using actual countries like for example: Cuba or Che Guevara as an example of corruption and a corrupted leader which may or may not be true, (considering that both were viewed as tyrant corrupted country and leader but were viewed as heroes in their respective countries), or when the actual ruler is still around and alive which could become an international problem the least punishment would be the ban of the show or cartoon. It's only logical to create fictional countries or fictional historical characters to avoid direct insulting of actual existing countries and people if said country or character are villains.




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*** Sadly when a show becomes [[CashCowFranchise: popular and drags on for too long]], it suffers from a [[DependingOnTheArtist,DependingOnTheWriter]] syndrome. As in new writers of each episodes writes in new trivias that were not cannon in the original episodes contradicting the characters drastically from their origins. For example: In the episode titled "Aliens!" in season 1, Alex states that she is a Virgo. But in later seasons, she says she's a Pieces. In "Wild Style" season 1, Alex is clearly seen sneezing violently at Clover who was turned into a were-cat stating that she has severe cat allergies. But in season 6 episode 2 "Cat Fight!", Alex turns into a were-cat and should have just imploded by herself, but nope. she is fine and is not showing any signs of severe bloating, asphyxiation or even violent sneezing.


** I also see how, this very episode alone, might turn you off of wanting to watch the whole series again. However, if you want to enjoy the shows universe but wish they would use logic or believe Sam, Alex and Clover deserve better. Then fix it fanfic can help you out, (If the story includes the girls calling Jerry out) well then, the story already has a fan.

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** I also see how, this very episode alone, might turn you off of wanting to watch the whole series again. However, if you want to enjoy the shows universe but wish they would use logic or believe Sam, Alex and Clover deserve better. Then fix it fanfic can help you out, (If the story includes the girls calling Jerry out) well then, out, the story already has a fan.fan).


** I also see how, this very episode alone, might turn you off of wanting to watch the whole series again. However fix it fanfic can help you out. If you want to enjoy the shows universe but wish they would use logic or believe Sam, Alex and Clover deserve better, try writing a fix it fic. (If the story includes the girls calling Jerry out) well then, it already has a fan!

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** I also see how, this very episode alone, might turn you off of wanting to watch the whole series again. However fix it fanfic can help you out. If However, if you want to enjoy the shows universe but wish they would use logic or believe Sam, Alex and Clover deserve better, try writing a better. Then fix it fic. fanfic can help you out, (If the story includes the girls calling Jerry out) well then, it the story already has a fan!fan.


*** Although I (a fan) among other people (most of them also fans), agree with parts of your review. I for instance also hate the girls moms in this episode and their boss Jerry (in multiple episodes) and also wonder why the main girls blame themselves for something three mean (yet hypnotized) teenage girls did.
** I can also see how, this very episode alone, might turn you off of wanting to watch the whole series again. However fix it fanfic can help you out. If you want to enjoy the shows universe but wish they would use logic or believe Sam, Alex and Clover deserve better, try writing a fix it fic. (If the story includes the girls calling Jerry out) well then, it already has a fan!

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*** Although I (a fan) among other people (most of them also fans), agree with parts of your review. I for instance also hate the girls moms in this episode and their boss Jerry (in multiple episodes) and I also hate and wonder why the main girls blame themselves for something three mean (yet hypnotized) mean, yet hypnotized, teenage girls did.
** I can also see how, this very episode alone, might turn you off of wanting to watch the whole series again. However fix it fanfic can help you out. If you want to enjoy the shows universe but wish they would use logic or believe Sam, Alex and Clover deserve better, try writing a fix it fic. (If the story includes the girls calling Jerry out) well then, it already has a fan!


** I can also see how, this very episode alone, might turn you off of wanting to watch the whole series again. Fix it fanfic can help you if you want to enjoy the shows universe while having it use logic.

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** I can also see how, this very episode alone, might turn you off of wanting to watch the whole series again. Fix However fix it fanfic can help you if out. If you want to enjoy the shows universe while having it but wish they would use logic.logic or believe Sam, Alex and Clover deserve better, try writing a fix it fic. (If the story includes the girls calling Jerry out) well then, it already has a fan!


*** Although I (a fan) among other people (most of them also fans), agree with parts of your review. I for instance also hate the girls moms in this episode and their boss Jerry (in multiple episodes) and also wonder why the main girls blame themselves for something three mean (yet hypnotized) teenage girls did. I can also see how, this very episode alone, might turn you off of wanting to watch the whole series again. Fix it fanfic can help you if you want to enjoy the shows universe while having it use logic.

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*** Although I (a fan) among other people (most of them also fans), agree with parts of your review. I for instance also hate the girls moms in this episode and their boss Jerry (in multiple episodes) and also wonder why the main girls blame themselves for something three mean (yet hypnotized) teenage girls did.
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I can also see how, this very episode alone, might turn you off of wanting to watch the whole series again. Fix it fanfic can help you if you want to enjoy the shows universe while having it use logic.


*** (Although I and other people, agree with parts of your review). I for instance also hate the girls moms in this episode and their boss Jerry (in multiple episodes) and also wonder why the main girls blame themselves for something three mean (yet hypnotized) teenage girls did. I can also see how, this very episode alone, might turn you off of wanting to watch the whole series again. Fix it fanfic can help you if you want to enjoy the shows universe while having it use logic.

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*** (Although Although I and (a fan) among other people, people (most of them also fans), agree with parts of your review).review. I for instance also hate the girls moms in this episode and their boss Jerry (in multiple episodes) and also wonder why the main girls blame themselves for something three mean (yet hypnotized) teenage girls did. I can also see how, this very episode alone, might turn you off of wanting to watch the whole series again. Fix it fanfic can help you if you want to enjoy the shows universe while having it use logic.


** [[CreatorMrEnter]] please go lie down, itís ok, you donít have to worry anymore. There is a reason for this madness, you see logic isnít always a thing in this show. You, actual fans of the show along with the rest of the world have pointed out the logic fails. However the show still continues to bring people joy.

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** [[CreatorMrEnter]] Mr. Enter, please go lie down, itís ok, you ok. You donít have to worry anymore. There is a reason for this madness, you see logic isnít always a thing in this show. You, actual fans of the show along with the rest of the world have pointed out the logic fails. However the show still continues to bring people joy.


** [[Creator/MrEnter]] please go lie down, itís ok, you donít have to worry anymore. There is a reason for this madness, you see logic isnít always a thing in this show. You, actual fans of the show along with the rest of the world have pointed out the logic fails. However the show still continues to bring people joy.

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** [[Creator/MrEnter]] [[CreatorMrEnter]] please go lie down, itís ok, you donít have to worry anymore. There is a reason for this madness, you see logic isnít always a thing in this show. You, actual fans of the show along with the rest of the world have pointed out the logic fails. However the show still continues to bring people joy.


** [[Creator/Mr.Enter]] please go lie down, itís ok, you donít have to worry anymore, there is a reason for this madness. You see logic isnít always a thing in this show. You, actual fans of the show and the rest of the world have pointed out the flaws. However the show still continues to bring people joy. (Although I agree with other parts of the review). I also hate the girls moms, and their boss Jerry, for instance. I can also see how, this very episode alone, might turn you off of wanting to watch the whole series.

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** [[Creator/Mr.Enter]] [[Creator/MrEnter]] please go lie down, itís ok, you donít have to worry anymore, there anymore. There is a reason for this madness. You madness, you see logic isnít always a thing in this show. You, actual fans of the show and along with the rest of the world have pointed out the flaws.logic fails. However the show still continues to bring people joy.
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(Although I and other people, agree with other parts of the your review). I for instance also hate the girls moms, moms in this episode and their boss Jerry, Jerry (in multiple episodes) and also wonder why the main girls blame themselves for instance. something three mean (yet hypnotized) teenage girls did. I can also see how, this very episode alone, might turn you off of wanting to watch the whole series.series again. Fix it fanfic can help you if you want to enjoy the shows universe while having it use logic.


** Creator/Mr.Enter please go lie down, itís ok you donít have to worry anymore. You see logic isnít always a thing in this show. You, fans of the show and the rest of world have pointed out. However the show still continues to bring people joy... Although I agree with other parts of your review. I also hate their moms, and Jerry and can totally see how this episode alone might turn you off of the series.

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** Creator/Mr.Enter [[Creator/Mr.Enter]] please go lie down, itís ok ok, you donít have to worry anymore.anymore, there is a reason for this madness. You see logic isnít always a thing in this show. You, actual fans of the show and the rest of the world have pointed out. out the flaws. However the show still continues to bring people joy... Although joy. (Although I agree with other parts of your review. the review). I also hate their the girls moms, and Jerry and their boss Jerry, for instance. I can totally also see how how, this very episode alone alone, might turn you off of wanting to watch the whole series.

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