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* BaitAndSwitch: When Globgor wonders if he and Eclipsa are in his mind right now, there's a [[PlayedForDrama dramatic]] close up of his face. It looks as though he's [[RealityEnsues not going to take the answer very well]]. ...But when Eclipsa answers "yes", he merely points out "That's creepy, Boo", as though entering someone's mind was simply a bad habit.

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* BaitAndSwitch: When Globgor wonders if he and Eclipsa are in his mind right now, there's a [[PlayedForDrama dramatic]] close up of his face. It looks as though he's [[RealityEnsues not going to take the answer very well]].well. ...But when Eclipsa answers "yes", he merely points out "That's creepy, Boo", as though entering someone's mind was simply a bad habit.


* BewareTheMindReader: Both Star and Globgor point out that Eclipsa's mind-entering spell is creepy.



* AMindIsATerribleThingToRead: Inverted. Both Star and Globgor point out that Eclipsa's mind-entering spell is creepy.


* FreezeFrameBonus: The CPS: Crystal Pulverizing Spell page is entirely legible. Notably [[ChekhovsGun Eclipsa's ears being newly pierced]] are individual steps of the spell.

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* FreezeFrameBonus: The CPS: Crystal Pulverizing Spell page is entirely legible.legible, and looks identical to its appearance in ''Literature/TheMagicBookOfSpells''. Notably [[ChekhovsGun Eclipsa's ears being newly pierced]] are individual steps of the spell.


* {{Adorkable}}: As a child, Globgor had made up a story about a monster knight named Banana-Hat Muscle Whale and his fight with an evil sorcerer. [[AGlitchInTheMatrix Seeing them in-person clues him in that their date isn't actually real]]. That and the lack of mewmans around.

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* {{Adorkable}}: As For a child, "Prince of Darkness" monster, Globgor had made up embodies this. For one, his clumsy attempts to make [[BlackComedy dark jokes about eating mewmans]] put him under this category. Also, Globgor has a childhood made-up story about a monster knight named Banana-Hat Muscle Whale and his fight with an evil sorcerer. [[AGlitchInTheMatrix Seeing them in-person clues him in that their date isn't actually real]]. That and Even as a grown monster, Globgor is adorably absorbed when he explains the lack of mewmans around. story to Eclipsa.



* AGlitchInTheMatrix: Globgor started catching on that the date was occurring inside his mind by the total absence of mewmans -- then, more glaringly, he stared seeing ''fictional characters'' he made up when he was bored.

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* AGlitchInTheMatrix: Globgor started catching on that the date was occurring inside his mind by the total absence of mewmans -- then, more glaringly, he stared seeing ''fictional characters'' he made up when he was bored.a kid.


** Star scolds Eclipsa for not caring what her people think of her, even though a part of Star's growth as a princess and future queen had been about [[Recap/StarVsTheForcesOfEvilS2E3MrCandleCares becoming her own kind of ruler and doing things her own way]] while [[Recap/StarVsTheForcesOfEvilS2E40FaceTheMusic being true to herself and doing what feels right to ''her'' even if others don't agree]].

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** Star scolds Eclipsa for not caring what her people think of her, even though a part of Star's growth as a princess and future queen had been about [[Recap/StarVsTheForcesOfEvilS2E3MrCandleCares becoming her own kind of ruler and doing things her own way]] while [[Recap/StarVsTheForcesOfEvilS2E40FaceTheMusic being true to herself and doing what feels right to ''her'' her even if others don't agree]].

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** Star scolds Eclipsa for not caring what her people think of her, even though a part of Star's growth as a princess and future queen had been about [[Recap/StarVsTheForcesOfEvilS2E3MrCandleCares becoming her own kind of ruler and doing things her own way]] while [[Recap/StarVsTheForcesOfEvilS2E40FaceTheMusic being true to herself and doing what feels right to ''her'' even if others don't agree]].


* BaitAndSwitch: When Globgor wonders if he and Eclipsa are in his mind right now, there's a [[PlayedForDrama dramatic]] close up of his face. It looks as though he's [[RealityEnsues not going to take the answer very well]]. ...But when Eclipsa answers "yes", he merely points out "That's just creepy, Boo", as though entering someone's mind was simply a bad habit.

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* BaitAndSwitch: When Globgor wonders if he and Eclipsa are in his mind right now, there's a [[PlayedForDrama dramatic]] close up of his face. It looks as though he's [[RealityEnsues not going to take the answer very well]]. ...But when Eclipsa answers "yes", he merely points out "That's just creepy, Boo", as though entering someone's mind was simply a bad habit.

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* BaitAndSwitch: When Globgor wonders if he and Eclipsa are in his mind right now, there's a [[PlayedForDrama dramatic]] close up of his face. It looks as though he's [[RealityEnsues not going to take the answer very well]]. ...But when Eclipsa answers "yes", he merely points out "That's just creepy, Boo", as though entering someone's mind was simply a bad habit.


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* {{Foreshadowing}}: When Globgor "angrily" voices that he blames the mewman miners for stealing the picnic, watch his expression carefully. He's smiling whilst saying this, cluing in that he's just pulling a joke.


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* WhamLine: Towards the end of the episode, Globgor brings a ruby to Eclipsa, who admires it. He does too, then casually adds "''Too bad it isn't real''." Eclipsa confirms this by asking just as casually "''How long have you known''?"

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* MoralityChain: Eclipsa would've readily gone through with releasing Globgor, had not Globgor ''himself'' (telepathically) told her that now wouldn't be a good time to let him loose.


** Star thinks the ability to invade someone's mind is "creepy", yet she often uses the All-Seeing Eye, a spying spell made specifically to invade one's privacy whenever it's convenient for her.

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** Star thinks the ability to invade someone's mind is "creepy", yet she often uses the All-Seeing Eye, a spying spell made specifically to invade one's privacy privacy, whenever it's convenient for her.


* {{Hypocrite}}: Star calls Eclipsa out on her stealing the remains of the Book of Spells from her closet and betraying her trust. Eclipsa, too sad about the state of things, doesn't even put up a fight, even though Star knew that she was looking for the book and chose not to tell her about it, specifically because she didn't trust Eclipsa.

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* {{Hypocrite}}: {{Hypocrite}}:
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Star calls Eclipsa out on her stealing the remains of the Book of Spells from her closet and betraying her trust. Eclipsa, too sad about the state of things, doesn't even put up a fight, even though Star knew that she was looking for the book and chose not to tell her about it, specifically because she didn't trust Eclipsa.


* HypocriteHasAPoint: Though Star lied about the book piece, Eclipsa really did violate Star's trust ''multiple'' times: she read Star's mind without permission, stole from her room, and was planning to break her promise to keep Globgor imprisoned, only stopping because Globgor himself insisted against it.

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** Star thinks the ability to invade someone's mind is "creepy", yet she often uses the All-Seeing Eye, a spying spell made specifically to invade one's privacy whenever it's convenient for her.
* HypocriteHasAPoint: Though Star lied about the book piece, Eclipsa really did violate Star's trust ''multiple'' times: in this episode: she read Star's mind without permission, stole from her room, and was planning to break her promise to keep Globgor imprisoned, only stopping because Globgor himself insisted against it.


* TheWorldIsNotReady: Globgor agrees to stay imprisoned for the time being until Mewmans are ready to forgive his past deeds.

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* TheWorldIsNotReady: Globgor agrees to stay imprisoned for the time being until Mewmans are ready to forgive his past deeds.accept him.

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* FreezeFrameBonus: The CPS: Crystal Pulverizing Spell page is entirely legible. Notably [[ChekhovsGun Eclipsa's ears being newly pierced]] are individual steps of the spell.


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* NowDoItAgainBackwards: The steps of the Crystal Pulverizing Spell are in two halves, with the latter steps performed in reverse order to the former, beginning and ending with having a cockerel crow.

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* HypocriteHasAPoint: Though Star lied about the book piece, Eclipsa really did violate Star's trust ''multiple'' times: she read Star's mind without permission, stole from her room, and was planning to break her promise to keep Globgor imprisoned, only stopping because Globgor himself insisted against it.

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