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* TheOtherDarrin: Ross Bagdasarian Jr. and Janice Karman's daughter Vanessa took over the role of Eleanor from her mother while Karman still keeps the role of the other Brittany and Jeanette.

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* TheOtherDarrin: Ross Bagdasarian Jr. and Janice Karman's daughter Vanessa took over the role of Eleanor from her mother while Karman still keeps the role roles of the other Brittany and Jeanette.


* MoneyDearBoy: According to a now-deleted post on CH Greenblatt's Tumblr, Nickelodeon doesn't like this show and only airs it for money.
* TheOtherDarrin: Ross Bagdasarian, Jr.'s daughter Vanessa took over the role of Eleanor from Janice Karman.

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* MoneyDearBoy: According to a now-deleted post on CH Greenblatt's Tumblr, Nickelodeon doesn't like this show and only airs it for money.
* TheOtherDarrin: Ross Bagdasarian, Jr.'s Bagdasarian Jr. and Janice Karman's daughter Vanessa took over the role of Eleanor from Janice Karman.her mother while Karman still keeps the role of the other Brittany and Jeanette.



** Ross Bagdasarian, Jr. and Janice Karman reprise their respective roles as Alvin, Simon, and Dave, and Theodore, Brittany, and Jeanette.
** In the Latin American Spanish dub, all the characters reprise their respective roles from the live-action films.

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** Ross Bagdasarian, Bagdasarian Jr. and Janice Karman reprise their respective roles as Alvin, Simon, and Dave, and Theodore, Brittany, and Jeanette.
** In the Latin American Spanish dub, all the characters reprise their respective roles from the live-action films.films.
*TalkingToHimself: As mentioned with Ross and Janice voicing several characters, their kids Vanessa and Michael also voice numerous background characters.


* RoleReprisal: Ross Bagdasarian, Jr. and Janice Karman reprise their respective roles as Alvin, Simon, and Dave, and Theodore, Brittany, and Jeanette.

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* RoleReprisal: RoleReprisal:
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Ross Bagdasarian, Jr. and Janice Karman reprise their respective roles as Alvin, Simon, and Dave, and Theodore, Brittany, and Jeanette.Jeanette.
** In the Latin American Spanish dub, all the characters reprise their respective roles from the live-action films.


* CrossdressingVoices: Janice Karman voices some of the young male characters, such as Kevin, Neville, Basil, and others.

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* CrossdressingVoices: Janice Karman voices some of the young male characters, such as Kevin, Neville, Basil, and others. She also continues voicing Theodore.



* TheOtherDarrin: Ross Bagdasarian, Jr.'s daughter Vanessa took over the role of Eleanor from Janice Karman.



** "Wax Dave" is also similar to the 1983 series episode "Whatever Happened to Dave Seville?".

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** "Wax Dave" is also similar to the 1983 series episode "Whatever Happened to Dave Seville?".Seville?".
* RoleReprisal: Ross Bagdasarian, Jr. and Janice Karman reprise their respective roles as Alvin, Simon, and Dave, and Theodore, Brittany, and Jeanette.

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* CrossdressingVoices: Janice Karman voices some of the young male characters, such as Kevin, Neville, Basil, and others.

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* MoneyDearBoy: According to a now-deleted post on CH Greenblatt's Tumblr, Nickelodeon doesn't like this show and only airs it for money.


** "Principal Interest" is extremely similar to the 1983-series episode, "Romancing Miss Stone," one of the main differences being that Dave ultimately doesn't end up with the principal, largely because it turns out that she's already married.

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** "Principal Interest" is extremely very similar to the 1983-series episode, "Romancing Miss Stone," one an episode from the 1983-series--one of the main differences being between the two episodes is that Dave ultimately doesn't end up with the principal, largely because it for two reasons: 1.) Dave and the principal aren't romantically interested in each other, and 2.) The principal turns out that she's to already be married.


** "Principal Interest" is almost identical to the 1983-series episode, "Romancing Miss Stone," except Dave falls for the principal instead of a teacher and he doesn't actually end up dating the principal, because it turns out that she's actually already married.

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** "Principal Interest" is almost identical extremely similar to the 1983-series episode, "Romancing Miss Stone," except one of the main differences being that Dave falls for the principal instead of a teacher and he ultimately doesn't actually end up dating with the principal, largely because it turns out that she's actually already married.


** "Principal Interest" is almost identical to the 1983-series episode, "Romancing Miss Stone." One of the only real differences is that Dave doesn't actually end up dating the principal because it turns out that she's already married.

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** "Principal Interest" is almost identical to the 1983-series episode, "Romancing Miss Stone." One of the only real differences is that Stone," except Dave falls for the principal instead of a teacher and he doesn't actually end up dating the principal principal, because it turns out that she's actually already married.


** "Wax Dave" is also similar to the 1983 series episode "Whatever Happende to Dave Seville?".

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** "Wax Dave" is also similar to the 1983 series episode "Whatever Happende Happened to Dave Seville?".


* RecycledScript: "Principal Interest" is almost identical to the 1983-series episode, "Romancing Miss Stone." One of the only real differences is that Dave doesn't actually end up dating the principal because it turns out that she's already married.

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* RecycledScript: RecycledScript:
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"Principal Interest" is almost identical to the 1983-series episode, "Romancing Miss Stone." One of the only real differences is that Dave doesn't actually end up dating the principal because it turns out that she's already married.married.
** "Wax Dave" is also similar to the 1983 series episode "Whatever Happende to Dave Seville?".


* RecycledScript: "Principal Interest" is almost identical to the 1983-series episode, "Romancing Miss Stone." The only real difference is that Dave doesn't actually go on a date with principal (he only "goes out" with her to talk about Alvin), because in this series, she's already married.

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* RecycledScript: "Principal Interest" is almost identical to the 1983-series episode, "Romancing Miss Stone." The One of the only real difference differences is that Dave doesn't actually go on a date with end up dating the principal (he only "goes out" with her to talk about Alvin), because in this series, it turns out that she's already married.


* RecycledScript: "Principal Interest" is almost identical to the 1983 series episode "Romancing Miss Stone." The only real difference is that Dave doesn't go out with the principal (except to talk about Alvin), since she's already married.

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* RecycledScript: "Principal Interest" is almost identical to the 1983 series episode 1983-series episode, "Romancing Miss Stone." The only real difference is that Dave doesn't actually go out on a date with the principal (except (he only "goes out" with her to talk about Alvin), since because in this series, she's already married.


* RecycledScript: "Principal Interest" is almost similar to the 1983 series episode "Romancing Miss Stone". Only difference is Dave doesn't go out with the principal (except to talk about Alvin), since she's already married.

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* RecycledScript: "Principal Interest" is almost similar identical to the 1983 series episode "Romancing Miss Stone". Only Stone." The only real difference is that Dave doesn't go out with the principal (except to talk about Alvin), since she's already married.


* RecycledScript: "Principal Interest" is almost similar to the 1983 series episode "Romancing Miss Stone". Only difference is Dave doesn't go out with the principal (expect to talk about Alvin), as she's already married.

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* RecycledScript: "Principal Interest" is almost similar to the 1983 series episode "Romancing Miss Stone". Only difference is Dave doesn't go out with the principal (expect (except to talk about Alvin), as since she's already married.

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