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* BookEnds: The final episode has Stan willingly blurt something out verbally which surprises Ellen and Bennet, just like what happens in the first episode with Avery and Tyler. Stan even has the same comment ("Um, no...I mean...woof") when trying to cover such.


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* GrandFinale: "Stan's Secret is Out", in which [[ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin Stan's secret is exposed]] to the parents and eventually the entire world, and ends with him becoming a celebrity.


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* LeaningOnTheFourthWall: The GrandFinale has the kids celebrate the anniversary of the day Stan was adopted three years ago.


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* SecretIdentity: Stan has to remain silent in the company of most adults (except the children), otherwise he'll be taken away and be experimented on.


* {{Adorkable}}: Avery all the way. Straight A student who likes StarWars combined with how she looks and dresses is more than enough evidence.

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* {{Adorkable}}: Avery all the way. Straight A student who likes StarWars ''Franchise/StarWars'' combined with how she looks and dresses is more than enough evidence.



* AndStarring: "with Regan Burns [Bennett] and Beth Littleford [Ellen]"

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* AndStarring: "with Regan Burns [Bennett] and Beth Littleford [Ellen]"[Ellen]."


* IAmSpartacus: {{Lampshade|Hanging}d and {{parodied|Trope}} in the second episode where Avery tries to explain "the truth" about what happened to their mother's car. It doesn't help that their talking dog is the one who crashed it, but the kids try to do this to proctect Stan, until Chloe says "I am...Asparagus" and the parents immediately figure it out.

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* IAmSpartacus: {{Lampshade|Hanging}d {{Lampshade|Hanging}}d and {{parodied|Trope}} in the second episode where Avery tries to explain "the truth" about what happened to their mother's car. It doesn't help that their talking dog is the one who crashed it, but the kids try to do this to proctect Stan, until Chloe says "I am...Asparagus" and the parents immediately figure it out.


* IAmSpartacus: Lampshaded in the second episode where Avery tries to explain "the truth" about what happened to their mother's car. It doesn't help that their talking dog is the one who crashed it, but the kids try to do this to proctect Stan, until Chloe says "I am...Asparagus" and the parents immediately figure it out.
* ITsAWonderfulPlot: Cat With a Blog. Strangely, this is a rare case where it's not a Christmas episode.

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* IAmSpartacus: Lampshaded {{Lampshade|Hanging}d and {{parodied|Trope}} in the second episode where Avery tries to explain "the truth" about what happened to their mother's car. It doesn't help that their talking dog is the one who crashed it, but the kids try to do this to proctect Stan, until Chloe says "I am...Asparagus" and the parents immediately figure it out.
* ITsAWonderfulPlot: ItsAWonderfulPlot: Cat With a Blog. Strangely, this is a rare case where it's not a Christmas episode.


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* {{Masquerade}}:
** A talking dog named Stan has to be left a secret from anyone by three children. Until "Stan Talks to Gran" and the GrandFinale, anyway...
** Said dog's blog is a secret to any of the family members, until the kids find out in...[[ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin well, "The Kids Find Out Stan Blogs"]].
*** Since he reveals to the parents that he can talk in the GrandFinale, his blog also being a secret to them is now unlikely.


* IAmSpartacus: Lampshaded in the second episode where Avery tries to explain "the truth" about what happened to their mother's car. It doesn't help that their talking dog is the one who crashed it, but the kids try to do this to proctect Stan, until Chloe says "I am...Asparagus" and the parents immediately figure it out.



* LethalChef: Ellen.

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* LethalChef: Ellen.Ellen is such a bad cook that other moms started calling her "[[EmbarrassingNickname Smellen]]".

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* HehHehYouSaidX: In one episode, Chloe brings Bennett to her class for show-and-tell but mistakes his job as a psychologist for a "sock-cologist" (a specialist who studies socks). Later, Bennett tries to explain to Chloe that he is a psychologist.
-->'''Bennett:''' I'm not a sock-cologist, I'm a psychologist. What I do do is help patients with their problems.
-->'''Chloe:''' You just said do-do!


** In "Stan-ing Guard", Tyler tells him to get off the coffee table. Stan responds by saying "[[AFewGoodMen You want me on this coffee table, you need me on this coffee table!]]" He even says it exactly like Creator/JackNicholson during his MotiveRant about being perfect for a job that nobody wants.

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** In "Stan-ing Guard", Tyler tells him to get off the coffee table. Stan responds by saying "[[AFewGoodMen "[[Film/AFewGoodMen You want me on this coffee table, you need me on this coffee table!]]" He even says it exactly like Creator/JackNicholson during his MotiveRant about being perfect for a job that nobody wants.

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* FriendOrIdolDecision: In “Stan Steals Christmas”, Stan hides the kids’ presents in an attempt to be together more often, only to send them off on a mad search finding them. They finally find the presents in a cart at the park, only to realize the cart is full of donations for a group of foster children without any toys to play with; in the end, they willingly give up all their presents to the children, realizing the TrueMeaningOfChristmas.


** Chloe also has a few vibes of [[{{JESSIE}} Zuri]]. Although she's a lot more tolerable.

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** Chloe also has a few vibes of [[{{JESSIE}} [[Series/{{JESSIE}} Zuri]]. Although she's a lot more tolerable.


* ObfuscatingStupidity: Tyler is secretly a math genius although he is embarrassed about it.



* ObfuscatingStupidity: Tyler is secretly a math genius although he is embarrassed about it.

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* ObfuscatingStupidity: Tyler is secretly a math genius although he is embarrassed OutOfContextEavesdropping: In the episode "A New Baby?", Stan and the kids overhear Bennett and Ellen discussing Bennett's new promotion about it.getting a boat for the family. From what they heard, they are convinced that their parents are having another baby and go out of their way to stop it nearly jeopardizing Bennett's promotion in the promotion.

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* ObfuscatingStupidity: Tyler is secretly a math genius although he is embarrassed about it.

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* PlayingCyrano: Tyler and Nikki both play Cyrano to help Avery pretend to know Spanish to spend time with her crush. It ends in disaster when the two get into a massive argument about Tyler's girlfriend (due to Nikki's newfound romantic feelings for Tyler) and bail on Avery.


* YourCheatingHeart: An episode features a {{Jerkass}} dating Avery abd her two best friends Lindsay and Max all at the sane time, leading the trio to get revenge on him in a parody of ''Film/{{The Other Woman(2014)}}''.

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* YourCheatingHeart: An episode features a {{Jerkass}} dating Avery abd her two best friends Lindsay and Max all at the sane time, leading the trio to get revenge on him in a parody of ''Film/{{The Other Woman(2014)}}''.Woman}}''.


* YourCheatingHeart: An episode features a {{Jerkass}} dating Avery abd her two best friends Lindsay and Max all at the sane time, leading the trio to get revenge on him in a parody of ''Film/{{The Other Woman}}(2014)''.

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* YourCheatingHeart: An episode features a {{Jerkass}} dating Avery abd her two best friends Lindsay and Max all at the sane time, leading the trio to get revenge on him in a parody of ''Film/{{The Other Woman}}(2014)''.Woman(2014)}}''.


* YourCheatingHeart: An episode features a {{Jerkass}} dating Avery abd her two best friends Lindsay and Max all at the sane time, leading the trio to get revenge on him in a parody of ''Film(2014)/{{The Other Woman}}''.

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* YourCheatingHeart: An episode features a {{Jerkass}} dating Avery abd her two best friends Lindsay and Max all at the sane time, leading the trio to get revenge on him in a parody of ''Film(2014)/{{The ''Film/{{The Other Woman}}''.Woman}}(2014)''.

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