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* {{Adorkable}}: Toby describes Noah as this. It's unclear whether she means it sarcastically or not.


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* EndearinglyDorky: Toby describes Noah as "adorkable". It's unclear whether she means it sarcastically or not.

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* OppositesAttract: Toby notices in ''Killer Spirit'' that Lucy - rather than teasing her about it, as the twins are - actually seems to have genuine feelings for [[AnnoyingYoungerSibling Noah]]. She's really not sure how to feel about it.


* SeriousBusiness: [[JustifiedTrope Justified]]. They do treat being a cheer squad as SeriousBusiness, but only because they have to keep up the appearance of being ordinary cheerleaders so that no one will suspect that they work for the CIA.

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* SeriousBusiness: [[JustifiedTrope Justified]]. They do treat being a [[PomPomGirl cheer squad squad]] as SeriousBusiness, but only because they have to keep up the appearance of being ordinary cheerleaders so that no one will suspect that they work for the CIA.


* ShoutOut: When Toby first hears the anonymous voice of the person who gives the squad their orders, he says "Hello Girls." Toby has to resist her impulse to respond "Hello [[CharliesAngels Charlie.]]"

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* ShoutOut: When Toby first hears the anonymous voice of the person who gives the squad their orders, he says "Hello Girls." Toby has to resist her impulse to respond "Hello [[CharliesAngels [[Series/CharliesAngels Charlie.]]"


* TheCheerleader: Subverted. The members of the squad are indeed the most popular students in school, but they're ditziness and/or bitchiness are simply an act to mask their true nature. (Chloe is ''genuinely'' bitchy to Toby, but it has less to do with her being a cheerleader and more with the fact that she feels threatened by Toby.)

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* TheCheerleader: Subverted. The members of the squad are indeed the most popular students in school, but they're their ditziness and/or bitchiness are is simply an act to mask their true nature. (Chloe is ''genuinely'' bitchy to Toby, but it has less to do with her being a cheerleader and more with the fact that she feels threatened by Toby.)

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