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* BigBrotherInstinct: I care a lot about Dil, my little brother. I wasn't happy with Phil and Lil when they tried to take him back to the hopsicle and got us losted in the forest, and if someone says bad things about Dil, I tell them about the neat suff he can do. Whenever I play a game with my friends, I want to make sure Dil can play, too.
* ClearTheirName: Whenever Spike gets blamed for something bad that he didn't do, it's up to me to prove who did it, but it's kinda hard for me since I can't talk to the growed-ups.



* OneEpisodeFear: Once when my toy soldier got sucked down the bathtub drain, I was worried I would, too. My fear went away when I found out I was way too big to fit down the drain.
* NakedPeopleAreFunny: Once when I saw how happy Spike was being nakie, I decided to take off my clothes and convince my friends to do the same. My daddy and Chuckie weren't very happy about that. In the end, I decided that wearing clothes was much better than being nakie.




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* TrouserSpace: I don't gots any pockets, so I keep my screwdriver and whatever else I need inside my diapie.


* JerkassBall:[[note]] You shouldn't learn the first word, little me [[/note]]When I'm frustrated, I often lash out at my friends for no good reason.

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* JerkassBall:[[note]] You shouldn't learn the that first word, little me [[/note]]When I'm frustrated, I often lash out at my friends for no good reason.


* ContinuityNod: I carry around a screwdriver-shaped keychain, a throwback to my trademark toy as a baby... but that's not all, as you'll find if you continue reading below.

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* ContinuityNod: I carry around a screwdriver-shaped keychain, a throwback to my trademark toy as a baby... but that's it's not all, just a screwdriver-shaped keychain, as you'll find if you continue reading below.



* IconicItem: One episode reveals that I still have that toy screwdriver of his and I never leave home without it.
* InformedJudaism: Averted, as opposed to the original series. I actually celebrate Hanukkah and Passover, and try the "nice Jewish boy" routine to win a girl's heart.
* JerkassBall:[[note]] You shouldn't learn the first word, little me [[/note]]When I'm frustrated, I often lash out on my friends for no good reason.

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* IconicItem: One "Memoirs of a Finster" That episode reveals where Kimi discovered that she's of Japanese descent? On ''my side of the story'' viewers learned that I still have that toy screwdriver of his from when I was a baby. I converted that old thing into a keychain and I never leave home without it.
* InformedJudaism: Averted, as opposed to the original series. my infant days. I actually celebrate Hanukkah and Passover, and try I once tried the "nice Jewish boy" routine to win a girl's heart.
* JerkassBall:[[note]] You shouldn't learn the first word, little me [[/note]]When I'm frustrated, I often lash out on at my friends for no good reason.



* YouGottaHaveBlueHair: I got purple hair, although it's really black.

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* YouGottaHaveBlueHair: I got purple hair, although it's really black.Who wrote this! My hair is black... So why does it appear '''purple'''?


* ContinuityNod: I carry around a screwdriver-shaped keychain, a throwback to my trademark toy as a baby.

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* ContinuityNod: I carry around a screwdriver-shaped keychain, a throwback to my trademark toy as a baby.baby... but that's not all, as you'll find if you continue reading below.



* TheHero: Generally. That is, unless Kimi or Chuckie take the lead in certain episode.

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* TheHero: Generally. That is, unless Kimi or Chuckie take or pretty much any of my friends... and Angelica takes the lead in certain episode.


* OutOfCharacterMoment: One time, I falled off the jungle gym and became really nervous. That went away when I thought my friends were in trouble and tried to rescue them.
* SiblingRivalry: Sometimes, I gets mad at Dilly but I always make it up to him.

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* OutOfCharacterMoment: One time, I falled off the jungle gym and became really nervous. a scaredey cat. That went away when I thought saw my friends were in trouble and tried came to rescue them.
* SiblingRivalry: Sometimes, I gets mad at Dilly my baby brother Dil but I always make it up to him.


* FeudEpisode: One time, I decided not to be friends with Chuckie and another time, I finded a girl named Samantha to play with instead of him. Sorry, Chuckie, you will always be my bestest friend.

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* FeudEpisode: One time, I decided not to be Me and Chuckie stopped being friends after a little incident with Chuckie and a big green box. Another time, we had another time, fight, Rocks Vs. Dandelions. I finded a girl named Samantha to play with instead of him. Sorry, Chuckie, you will always be my bestest friend.


* {{Determinator}}: If I wants to do something, you bet I'm gonna do it!

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* {{Determinator}}: If I wants to do something, you bet I'm gonna do it!it... Because A baby's gotta do, what a baby's gotta do!

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''(Best read in Creator/ElizabethDaily's or Creator/LauraTorres' voice)''


* JerkassBall:[[note]] You shouldn't learn the first word, little me [[/note]]When I'm frustrated, I often lashes out on my friends for no good reason.

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* JerkassBall:[[note]] You shouldn't learn the first word, little me [[/note]]When I'm frustrated, I often lashes lash out on my friends for no good reason.


* InformedJudaism: Averted, as opposed to the original series. I actually celebrating Hanukkah and Passover, and try the "nice Jewish boy" routine to win a girl's heart.

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* InformedJudaism: Averted, as opposed to the original series. I actually celebrating celebrate Hanukkah and Passover, and try the "nice Jewish boy" routine to win a girl's heart.


Iconic Item: One episode reveals that I still have that toy screwdriver of his and I never leave home without it.

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Iconic Item: *IconicItem: One episode reveals that I still have that toy screwdriver of his and I never leave home without it.


The Ace: Played straight, though subverted in "Dude, Where's My Horse?", where I'm shown as being no good at being a cowboy. At least, initially.
Big Brother Instinct: Towards Dil. Even as a preteen, I still care about my younger brother.
Continuity Nod: I carry around a screwdriver-shaped keychain, a throwback to my trademark toy as a baby.
Gadgeteer Genius: Just like Dad.
The Hero: Generally. That is, unless Kimi or Chuckie take the lead in certain episode.
Heterosexual Life-Partners: Me and Chuckie are still the best of friends like in the original show.

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The Ace: *TheAce: Played straight, though subverted in "Dude, Where's My Horse?", where I'm shown as being no good at being a cowboy. At least, initially.
Big Brother Instinct: *BigBrotherInstinct: Towards Dil. Even as a preteen, I still care about my younger brother.
Continuity Nod: *ContinuityNod: I carry around a screwdriver-shaped keychain, a throwback to my trademark toy as a baby.
Gadgeteer Genius: *GadgeteerGenius: Just like Dad.
The Hero: *TheHero: Generally. That is, unless Kimi or Chuckie take the lead in certain episode.
Heterosexual Life-Partners: *HeterosexualLifePartners: Me and Chuckie are still the best of friends like in the original show.



Informed Judaism: Averted, as opposed to the original series. I actually celebrating Hanukkah and Passover, and try the "nice Jewish boy" routine to win a girl's heart.
Jerkass Ball:[[note]] You shouldn't learn the first word, little me [[/note]]When I'm frustrated, I often lashes out on my friends for no good reason.
Prima Donna Director: I have aspirations of being a great film director, and sometimes falls into this.
The Scapegoat: There have been a couple of episodes where the entire gang blames me for something I'm not technically responsible for. "Dude, Where's My Horse?" is one such episode.
Ship Tease: The entire focus of the episode "TP+KF" is on hinting at a mutual attraction between me and Kimi.
Tragic Mistake: In "All Broke Up", my attempt to get my friends off my back about Rachel moving results in them getting Rachel to come back when I already moved on and found a new girl. Really bad move. This ends up causing me to lose Rachel for good.
You Gotta Have Blue Hair: I got purple hair, although it's really black.

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Informed Judaism: *InformedJudaism: Averted, as opposed to the original series. I actually celebrating Hanukkah and Passover, and try the "nice Jewish boy" routine to win a girl's heart.
Jerkass Ball:[[note]] *JerkassBall:[[note]] You shouldn't learn the first word, little me [[/note]]When I'm frustrated, I often lashes out on my friends for no good reason.
Prima Donna Director: *PrimaDonnaDirector: I have aspirations of being a great film director, and sometimes falls into this.
The Scapegoat: *TheScapegoat: There have been a couple of episodes where the entire gang blames me for something I'm not technically responsible for. "Dude, Where's My Horse?" is one such episode.
Ship Tease: *ShipTease: The entire focus of the episode "TP+KF" is on hinting at a mutual attraction between me and Kimi.
Tragic Mistake: *TragicMistake: In "All Broke Up", my attempt to get my friends off my back about Rachel moving results in them getting Rachel to come back when I already moved on and found a new girl. Really bad move. This ends up causing me to lose Rachel for good.
You Gotta Have Blue Hair: *YouGottaHaveBlueHair: I got purple hair, although it's really black.


The Ace: Played straight, though subverted in "Dude, Where's My Horse?", where he's shown as being no good at being a cowboy. At least, initially.
Big Brother Instinct: Towards Dil. Even as a preteen, he still cares about his younger brother.
Continuity Nod: Carries around a screwdriver-shaped keychain, a throwback to his trademark toy from Rugrats.
Gadgeteer Genius

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The Ace: Played straight, though subverted in "Dude, Where's My Horse?", where he's I'm shown as being no good at being a cowboy. At least, initially.
Big Brother Instinct: Towards Dil. Even as a preteen, he I still cares care about his my younger brother.
Continuity Nod: Carries I carry around a screwdriver-shaped keychain, a throwback to his my trademark toy from Rugrats.
as a baby.
Gadgeteer GeniusGenius: Just like Dad.



Heterosexual Life-Partners: He and Chuckie are the best of friends like in the original show.
Iconic Item: One episode reveals that he still has that toy screwdriver of his and he mentions that he never leaves home without it.
Informed Judaism: Averted, as opposed to the original series. Tommy is explicitly shown celebrating Hanukkah and Passover, and tries the "nice Jewish boy" routine to win a girl's heart.

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Heterosexual Life-Partners: He Me and Chuckie are still the best of friends like in the original show.
Iconic Item: One episode reveals that he I still has have that toy screwdriver of his and he mentions that he I never leaves leave home without it.
Informed Judaism: Averted, as opposed to the original series. Tommy is explicitly shown I actually celebrating Hanukkah and Passover, and tries try the "nice Jewish boy" routine to win a girl's heart.

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Preteen!Tommy: And here I am!
Wow that was fast!


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!!Tropes about big me
The Ace: Played straight, though subverted in "Dude, Where's My Horse?", where he's shown as being no good at being a cowboy. At least, initially.
Big Brother Instinct: Towards Dil. Even as a preteen, he still cares about his younger brother.
Continuity Nod: Carries around a screwdriver-shaped keychain, a throwback to his trademark toy from Rugrats.
Gadgeteer Genius
The Hero: Generally. That is, unless Kimi or Chuckie take the lead in certain episode.
Heterosexual Life-Partners: He and Chuckie are the best of friends like in the original show.
Iconic Item: One episode reveals that he still has that toy screwdriver of his and he mentions that he never leaves home without it.
Informed Judaism: Averted, as opposed to the original series. Tommy is explicitly shown celebrating Hanukkah and Passover, and tries the "nice Jewish boy" routine to win a girl's heart.
Jerkass Ball:[[note]] You shouldn't learn the first word, little me [[/note]]When I'm frustrated, I often lashes out on my friends for no good reason.
Prima Donna Director: I have aspirations of being a great film director, and sometimes falls into this.
The Scapegoat: There have been a couple of episodes where the entire gang blames me for something I'm not technically responsible for. "Dude, Where's My Horse?" is one such episode.
Ship Tease: The entire focus of the episode "TP+KF" is on hinting at a mutual attraction between me and Kimi.
Tragic Mistake: In "All Broke Up", my attempt to get my friends off my back about Rachel moving results in them getting Rachel to come back when I already moved on and found a new girl. Really bad move. This ends up causing me to lose Rachel for good.
You Gotta Have Blue Hair: I got purple hair, although it's really black.

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Oh yeah big me is coming over here soon.

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