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The series became so popular that different countries began airing their own "spin-off" version of the series, like Mexico did with "Rebelde".

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The series became so popular that different countries began airing their own "spin-off" version spinoff versions of the series, like Mexico did with "Rebelde".

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* ParentsAsPeople: The show showcased a great variety of parents. While there was a long list of genuinely abusive parents (Sergio, Feli's mom, Marcos' mom), there were also very doting and caring parents who never the less had their flaws. Sonia, Franco and Dunoff were ultimately good people who tried to do the best for their children, but they didn't realize that some actions of theirs could affect their children in a negative manner (Pilar grew up mostly without much friends, while Mia and Marizza are a little too spoiled at times).


* SpicyLatina: Refreshingly averted. Sure, all of the female characters are latinas, and some are fiesty and have their temper, and some are flirts; but it's never shown in a fetishistic way like typical spicy latinas tend to do.

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* SpicyLatina: Refreshingly averted. Sure, all of the female characters are latinas, and some are fiesty and fiesty, some have their temper, tempers, and some are flirts; but it's never shown in a fetishistic way like typical spicy latinas tend to do.be (or that's pretty much the extent of their character).


** Sweet, shy Luna and tomboyish, fiesty Luján.

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** Sweet, shy caring Luna and tomboyish, fiesty sporty, blunt Luján.


* TrademarkFavoriteFood: Almost everyone seems to like croissants for breakfast (called "medialunas" (half-moons) in Argentina). And, while the food of the ProductPlacement seems questionable to include, it's safe to say the students at least also had a soft spot for Pepsi Light, Shoco Bolas and Bubbaloo (Truth in Television: Bubbaloo is a very popular candy in all of South America; a piece of fruit-flavored bubblegum with a gooey juice of the same flavor inside).

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* TrademarkFavoriteFood: Almost everyone seems to like croissants for breakfast (called "medialunas" (half-moons) in Argentina). And, while the food of the ProductPlacement seems questionable to include, it's safe to say the students at least also had a soft spot for Pepsi Light, Shoco Bolas and Bubbaloo (Truth in Television: (TruthInTelevision: Bubbaloo is a very popular candy in all of South America; a piece of fruit-flavored bubblegum with a gooey juice of the same flavor inside).

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* TrademarkFavoriteFood: Almost everyone seems to like croissants for breakfast (called "medialunas" (half-moons) in Argentina). And, while the food of the ProductPlacement seems questionable to include, it's safe to say the students at least also had a soft spot for Pepsi Light, Shoco Bolas and Bubbaloo (Truth in Television: Bubbaloo is a very popular candy in all of South America; a piece of fruit-flavored bubblegum with a gooey juice of the same flavor inside).

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* BoundAndGagged: Happens often, surprisingly. During the first season it occurred often in incidents related to the Logia, with Pablo, Manuel, Marcos, Marizza and Nico being victims to it due to the Logia kidnapping them. During the second season, while the Logia was gone, these incidents kept occurring, with Manuel being kidnapped, Pablo locking Marizza in his house so she wouldn't ruin his plans, and then later Sergio doing it to Tomás and Pablo to pull the latter into one of his new schemes.

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* ElaborateUniversityHigh: The setting of the Elite Way School feels a little cluttered and often doesn't add up (supposedly, sometimes it suggests the bedrooms are in the same floor as the classrooms).


''Rebelde Way'' was an Argetinian soap opera aimed at pre-teens and teens that told the adventures and misadventures of a bunch of teenagers boarding at the fictional [[ElaborateUniversityHigh Elite Way School]] in Argentina. It began airing in the 2002 and told typical issues such as love triangles, teen bands, and more. It turned into a massive hit in Argentina and the rest of South America, even finding small success in Spain, Romania and Israel.

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''Rebelde Way'' was an Argetinian soap opera aimed at pre-teens and teens that told the adventures and misadventures of a bunch of teenagers boarding at the fictional [[ElaborateUniversityHigh Elite Way School]] in Argentina. It began airing in the 2002 and told typical issues such as love triangles, teen bands, and more. It turned into a massive hit in Argentina and the rest of South America, even finding small success in Spain, Romania Romania, Portugal, some parts of Eastern Europe, and Israel.

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* {{Tsundere}}: Both Mia (Sweet) and Marizza (Harsh) are. Luján has similar traits, but while she's harsh with most people, she's pretty warm with her actual boyfriend.


** Studious Laura and her flirty sister Dolores.

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** Studious Laura and her flirty sister Dolores.Dolores.
*WoundedGazelleGambit: The entire character of Javier Alanis was built to be a XanatosSpeedChess match where his only move was this gambit. Whenever things went rough for him, he instantly brought out the tears to get Marizza's (or somebody else's) sympathy.


* DanceOfRomance: Pablo and Marizza do this back in the beginning of season 1, before she left for Italy. It's one of the first hints that show that there may be something between them.

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* DanceOfRomance: Pablo and Marizza do this [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZMcEg4HX1VY this]] back in the beginning of season 1, before she left for Italy. It's one of the first hints that show that there may be something between them.

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* DanceOfRomance: Pablo and Marizza do this back in the beginning of season 1, before she left for Italy. It's one of the first hints that show that there may be something between them.


* BirthDeathJuxtaposition: [[spoiler:Blas dies around the time Feli knows of her pregnancy. While not the typical example, it still fits well enough, for Blas' long character arc ends and Felicitas' final arc just begins.]]



* LifeDeathJuxtaposition: [[spoiler:Blas dies around the time Feli knows of her pregnancy. While not the typical example, it still fits well enough, for Blas' long character arc ends and Felicitas' final arc just begins.]]

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* LifeDeathJuxtaposition: [[spoiler:Blas dies around the time Feli knows of her pregnancy. While not the typical example, it still fits well enough, for Blas' long character arc ends and Felicitas' final arc just begins.]]

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