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* BannedEpisode: The segment "In Support Of" (where Pepper Ann thinks she needs a bra for an upcoming trampoline lesson in phys ed and ends up flashing her gym class) was shown once back when Creator/{{ABC}} had the Creator/{{One Saturday Morning|AndABCKids}} line-up in the late 1990s and when ''Pepper Ann'' aired on the syndicated line-up ''Disney's One Too'' (which aired on Creator/{{UPN}} back when that was a channel and included reruns of this show, two episodes of ''WesternAnimation/{{Recess}}'', and ''WesternAnimation/SabrinaTheAnimatedSeries''). When the show was brought to Creator/DisneyChannel and Creator/ToonDisney (at least in America; overseas versions do air this -- some with edits), it disappeared, as the censors felt the story was too risque. When the show finally made its debut on Creator/DisneyPlus, the segment was included completely restored (albeit from the [[UsefulNotes/DisplayTechnology PAL]] masters of Season 1 and some later-series episodes that Disney+ uses) and unaltered, and even given a [[UsefulNotes/MediaClassifications TV-Y]] in the US.

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* BannedEpisode: The segment "In Support Of" (where Pepper Ann thinks she needs a bra for an upcoming trampoline lesson in phys ed and ends up flashing her gym class) was only shown once back when Creator/{{ABC}} had the Creator/{{One on ''[[Creator/OneSaturdayMorningAndABCKids One Saturday Morning|AndABCKids}} line-up in the late 1990s Morning]]'' once, and when ''Pepper Ann'' aired later shown on the syndicated line-up Creator/{{UPN}}-based ''Disney's One Too'' (which aired on Creator/{{UPN}} back when that was a channel and included reruns of this show, two episodes of ''WesternAnimation/{{Recess}}'', and ''WesternAnimation/SabrinaTheAnimatedSeries''). Too''. When the show was brought to Creator/DisneyChannel and Creator/ToonDisney (at least in America; overseas versions do air this -- some with edits), it allegedly disappeared, as the censors reportedly felt the story was too risque. When the show finally made its debut on Creator/DisneyPlus, the segment was included completely restored (albeit from the [[UsefulNotes/DisplayTechnology PAL]] masters of Season 1 and some later-series episodes that Disney+ uses) and unaltered, and even given a [[UsefulNotes/MediaClassifications TV-Y]] in the US.US.
* ChannelHop: Seasons 4-5 premiered on the UPN block ''Disney's One Too''.


* OutOfOrder: Individual segments are re-arranged on the Disney+ run, and "[[GrandFinale The Finale]]" is slotted two episodes short of where it should be, as their Season 3 is a 39 episode kludge of seasons 3-5.



* OutOfOrder: Individual segments are re-arranged on the Disney+ run, and "[[GrandFinale The Finale]]" is slotted two episodes short of where it should be, as their Season 3 is a 39 episode kludge of seasons 3-5.
* PopCultureUrbanLegends: There were some rumors that Pepper Annís real name is "Jennifer."

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* OutOfOrder: Individual segments are re-arranged on the Disney+ run, and "[[GrandFinale The Finale]]" is slotted two episodes short of where it should be, as their Season 3 is a 39 episode kludge of seasons 3-5.
* PopCultureUrbanLegends: There were some rumors that Pepper Annís real name is "Jennifer." "
* PostReleaseRetitle: "Bye Bye Trinket" is listed on Disney+ as "Bye-Bye Trinket, Bye-Bye". The on-screen title is unchanged.


* OutOfOrder: Individual segments are re-arranged on the Disney+ run, and "[[GrandFinale The Finale]]" is slotted two episodes short of where it should be.

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* OutOfOrder: Individual segments are re-arranged on the Disney+ run, and "[[GrandFinale The Finale]]" is slotted two episodes short of where it should be.be, as their Season 3 is a 39 episode kludge of seasons 3-5.


* OutOfOrder: Individual segments are re-arranged on the Disney+ run, and "[[GrandFinale The Finale]]" is slotted two episodes up.

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* OutOfOrder: Individual segments are re-arranged on the Disney+ run, and "[[GrandFinale The Finale]]" is slotted two episodes up.short of where it should be.

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* OutOfOrder: Individual segments are re-arranged on the Disney+ run, and "[[GrandFinale The Finale]]" is slotted two episodes up.


* KeepCirculatingTheTapes: There are no video or DVD releases of the show, except for a very rare VHS released by Disney Educational Productions, intended for use by teachers, that contained two segments.[[note]]"Dances with Ignorance", which taught about American Indian history and how racial stereotypes can be hurtful, and "The Telltale Fuzzy", which taught about guilt and honesty (the latter episode was about Pepper Ann finding a roll of money at the mall and immediately buying a velvet Fuzzy painting rather than turning it in to mall security to see if anyone who lost the roll comes looking for it)[[/note]] There were some episodes available on Website/YouTube, but Disney took them down in 2013. All the found episodes have been uploaded to [[http://www.facebook.com/pepperannuniverse this fan page, complete with some dubs.]] It last aired when Toon Disney was still a channel and didn't officially re-appear on TV or home video until its September 2021 addition to Creator/DisneyPlus, making its first time seen outside of a channel. However, so far only seasons 1-3 are on Disney+.

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* KeepCirculatingTheTapes: There are no video or DVD releases of the show, except for a very rare VHS released by Disney Educational Productions, intended for use by teachers, that contained two segments.[[note]]"Dances with Ignorance", which taught about American Indian history and how racial stereotypes can be hurtful, and "The Telltale Fuzzy", which taught about guilt and honesty (the latter episode was about Pepper Ann finding a roll of money at the mall and immediately buying a velvet Fuzzy painting rather than turning it in to mall security to see if anyone who lost the roll comes looking for it)[[/note]] There were some episodes available on Website/YouTube, but Disney took them down in 2013. All the found episodes have been uploaded to [[http://www.facebook.com/pepperannuniverse this fan page, complete with some dubs.]] It last aired when Toon Disney was still a channel and didn't officially re-appear on TV or home video until its September 2021 addition to Creator/DisneyPlus, making its first time seen outside of a channel. However, so far only seasons 1-3 are on Disney+.


* KeepCirculatingTheTapes: There are no video or DVD releases of the show, except for a very rare VHS released by Disney Educational Productions, intended for use by teachers, that contained two segments.[[note]]"Dances with Ignorance", which taught about American Indian history and how racial stereotypes can be hurtful, and "The Telltale Fuzzy", which taught about guilt and honesty (the latter episode was about Pepper Ann finding a roll of money at the mall and immediately buying a velvet Fuzzy painting rather than turning it in to mall security to see if anyone who lost the roll comes looking for it)[[/note]] There were some episodes available on Website/YouTube, but Disney took them down in 2013. All the found episodes have been uploaded to [[http://www.facebook.com/pepperannuniverse this fan page, complete with some dubs.]] It last aired when Toon Disney was still a channel and didn't officially re-appear on TV or home video until its September 2021 addition to Creator/DisneyPlus, making its first time seen outside of a channel.

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* KeepCirculatingTheTapes: There are no video or DVD releases of the show, except for a very rare VHS released by Disney Educational Productions, intended for use by teachers, that contained two segments.[[note]]"Dances with Ignorance", which taught about American Indian history and how racial stereotypes can be hurtful, and "The Telltale Fuzzy", which taught about guilt and honesty (the latter episode was about Pepper Ann finding a roll of money at the mall and immediately buying a velvet Fuzzy painting rather than turning it in to mall security to see if anyone who lost the roll comes looking for it)[[/note]] There were some episodes available on Website/YouTube, but Disney took them down in 2013. All the found episodes have been uploaded to [[http://www.facebook.com/pepperannuniverse this fan page, complete with some dubs.]] It last aired when Toon Disney was still a channel and didn't officially re-appear on TV or home video until its September 2021 addition to Creator/DisneyPlus, making its first time seen outside of a channel. However, so far only seasons 1-3 are on Disney+.


* BannedEpisode: The segment "In Support Of" (where Pepper Ann thinks she needs a bra for an upcoming trampoline lesson in phys ed and ends up flashing her gym class) was shown once back when Creator/{{ABC}} had the Creator/{{One Saturday Morning|AndABCKids}} line-up in the late 1990s and when ''Pepper Ann'' aired on the syndicated line-up ''Disney's One Too'' (which aired on Creator/{{UPN}} back when that was a channel and included reruns of this show, two episodes of ''WesternAnimation/{{Recess}}'', and ''WesternAnimation/SabrinaTheAnimatedSeries''). When the show was brought to Creator/DisneyChannel and Creator/ToonDisney (at least in America; overseas versions do air this -- some with edits), it disappeared, as the censors felt the story was too risque. When the show finally made its debut on Creator/DisneyPlus, the segment was included completely restored (albeit from the [[UsefulNotes/DisplayTechnology PAL]] masters of Season 1 and some later-series episode that Disney+ uses) and unaltered, and even given a [[UsefulNotes/MediaClassifications TV-Y]] in the US.

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* BannedEpisode: The segment "In Support Of" (where Pepper Ann thinks she needs a bra for an upcoming trampoline lesson in phys ed and ends up flashing her gym class) was shown once back when Creator/{{ABC}} had the Creator/{{One Saturday Morning|AndABCKids}} line-up in the late 1990s and when ''Pepper Ann'' aired on the syndicated line-up ''Disney's One Too'' (which aired on Creator/{{UPN}} back when that was a channel and included reruns of this show, two episodes of ''WesternAnimation/{{Recess}}'', and ''WesternAnimation/SabrinaTheAnimatedSeries''). When the show was brought to Creator/DisneyChannel and Creator/ToonDisney (at least in America; overseas versions do air this -- some with edits), it disappeared, as the censors felt the story was too risque. When the show finally made its debut on Creator/DisneyPlus, the segment was included completely restored (albeit from the [[UsefulNotes/DisplayTechnology PAL]] masters of Season 1 and some later-series episode episodes that Disney+ uses) and unaltered, and even given a [[UsefulNotes/MediaClassifications TV-Y]] in the US.


* BannedEpisode: The segment "In Support Of" (where Pepper Ann thinks she needs a bra for an upcoming trampoline lesson in phys ed and ends up flashing her gym class) was shown once back when Creator/{{ABC}} had the Creator/{{One Saturday Morning|AndABCKids}} line-up in the late 1990s and when ''Pepper Ann'' aired on the syndicated line-up ''Disney's One Too'' (which aired on Creator/{{UPN}} back when that was a channel and included reruns of this show, two episodes of ''WesternAnimation/{{Recess}}'', and ''WesternAnimation/SabrinaTheAnimatedSeries''). When the show was brought to Creator/DisneyChannel and Creator/ToonDisney (at least in America; overseas versions do air this -- some with edits), it disappeared, as the censors felt the story was too risque. When the show finally made its debut on Creator/DisneyPlus, the segment was included completely restored and unaltered, and even given a [[UsefulNotes/MediaClassifications TV-Y]] in the US.

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* BannedEpisode: The segment "In Support Of" (where Pepper Ann thinks she needs a bra for an upcoming trampoline lesson in phys ed and ends up flashing her gym class) was shown once back when Creator/{{ABC}} had the Creator/{{One Saturday Morning|AndABCKids}} line-up in the late 1990s and when ''Pepper Ann'' aired on the syndicated line-up ''Disney's One Too'' (which aired on Creator/{{UPN}} back when that was a channel and included reruns of this show, two episodes of ''WesternAnimation/{{Recess}}'', and ''WesternAnimation/SabrinaTheAnimatedSeries''). When the show was brought to Creator/DisneyChannel and Creator/ToonDisney (at least in America; overseas versions do air this -- some with edits), it disappeared, as the censors felt the story was too risque. When the show finally made its debut on Creator/DisneyPlus, the segment was included completely restored (albeit from the [[UsefulNotes/DisplayTechnology PAL]] masters of Season 1 and some later-series episode that Disney+ uses) and unaltered, and even given a [[UsefulNotes/MediaClassifications TV-Y]] in the US.


* NamesTheSame: Amber O'Malley from "Green-Eyed Monster" shares that name with a secondary protagonist of ''WebComic/Shortpacked''

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* NamesTheSame: Amber O'Malley from "Green-Eyed Monster" shares that name with a secondary protagonist of ''WebComic/Shortpacked''''WebComic/{{Shortpacked}}''

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* NamesTheSame: Amber O'Malley from "Green-Eyed Monster" shares that name with a secondary protagonist of ''WebComic/Shortpacked''


* BannedEpisode: The segment "In Support Of" (where Pepper Ann thinks she needs a bra for an upcoming trampoline lesson in phys ed and ends up flashing her gym class) was shown once back when Creator/{{ABC}} had the Creator/{{One Saturday Morning|AndABCKids}} line-up in the late 1990s and when ''Pepper Ann'' aired on the syndicated line-up ''Disney's One Too'' (which aired on Creator/{{UPN}} back when that was a channel and included reruns of this show, two episodes of ''WesternAnimation/{{Recess}}'', and ''WesternAnimation/SabrinaTheAnimatedSeries''). When the show was brought to Creator/DisneyChannel and Creator/ToonDisney (at least in America; overseas versions do air this -- some with edits), it disappeared, as the censors felt the story was too risque. When the show finally made its debut on Creator/DisneyPlus, the segment was included completely restored and unaltered, and given a [[UsefulNotes/ContentRatings TV-Y]] in the US.

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* BannedEpisode: The segment "In Support Of" (where Pepper Ann thinks she needs a bra for an upcoming trampoline lesson in phys ed and ends up flashing her gym class) was shown once back when Creator/{{ABC}} had the Creator/{{One Saturday Morning|AndABCKids}} line-up in the late 1990s and when ''Pepper Ann'' aired on the syndicated line-up ''Disney's One Too'' (which aired on Creator/{{UPN}} back when that was a channel and included reruns of this show, two episodes of ''WesternAnimation/{{Recess}}'', and ''WesternAnimation/SabrinaTheAnimatedSeries''). When the show was brought to Creator/DisneyChannel and Creator/ToonDisney (at least in America; overseas versions do air this -- some with edits), it disappeared, as the censors felt the story was too risque. When the show finally made its debut on Creator/DisneyPlus, the segment was included completely restored and unaltered, and even given a [[UsefulNotes/ContentRatings [[UsefulNotes/MediaClassifications TV-Y]] in the US.


* BannedEpisode: The segment "In Support Of" (where Pepper Ann thinks she needs a bra for an upcoming trampoline lesson in phys ed and ends up flashing her gym class) was shown once back when Creator/{{ABC}} had the Creator/{{One Saturday Morning|AndABCKids}} line-up in the late 1990s and when ''Pepper Ann'' aired on the syndicated line-up ''Disney's One Too'' (which aired on Creator/{{UPN}} back when that was a channel and included reruns of this show, two episodes of ''WesternAnimation/{{Recess}}'', and ''WesternAnimation/SabrinaTheAnimatedSeries''). When the show was brought to Creator/DisneyChannel and Creator/ToonDisney (at least in America; overseas versions do air this -- some with edits), it disappeared, as the censors felt the story was too risque. When the show finally made its debut on Creator/DisneyPlus, the segment was included completely restored and unaltered.

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* BannedEpisode: The segment "In Support Of" (where Pepper Ann thinks she needs a bra for an upcoming trampoline lesson in phys ed and ends up flashing her gym class) was shown once back when Creator/{{ABC}} had the Creator/{{One Saturday Morning|AndABCKids}} line-up in the late 1990s and when ''Pepper Ann'' aired on the syndicated line-up ''Disney's One Too'' (which aired on Creator/{{UPN}} back when that was a channel and included reruns of this show, two episodes of ''WesternAnimation/{{Recess}}'', and ''WesternAnimation/SabrinaTheAnimatedSeries''). When the show was brought to Creator/DisneyChannel and Creator/ToonDisney (at least in America; overseas versions do air this -- some with edits), it disappeared, as the censors felt the story was too risque. When the show finally made its debut on Creator/DisneyPlus, the segment was included completely restored and unaltered.unaltered, and given a [[UsefulNotes/ContentRatings TV-Y]] in the US.


* KeepCirculatingTheTapes: There are no video or DVD releases of the show, except for a very rare VHS released by Disney Educational Productions, intended for use by teachers, that contained two episodes.[[note]]"Dances with Ignorance", which taught about American Indian history and how racial stereotypes can be hurtful, and "The Telltale Fuzzy", which taught about guilt and honesty (the latter episode was about Pepper Ann finding a roll of money at the mall and immediately buying a velvet Fuzzy painting rather than turning it in to mall security to see if anyone who lost the roll comes looking for it)[[/note]] There were some episodes available on Website/YouTube, but Disney took them down in 2013. All the found episodes have been uploaded to [[http://www.facebook.com/pepperannuniverse this fan page, complete with some dubs.]] It last aired when Toon Disney was still a channel and didn't officially re-appear on TV or home video until its September 2021 addition to Creator/DisneyPlus, making its first time seen outside of a channel.

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* KeepCirculatingTheTapes: There are no video or DVD releases of the show, except for a very rare VHS released by Disney Educational Productions, intended for use by teachers, that contained two episodes.segments.[[note]]"Dances with Ignorance", which taught about American Indian history and how racial stereotypes can be hurtful, and "The Telltale Fuzzy", which taught about guilt and honesty (the latter episode was about Pepper Ann finding a roll of money at the mall and immediately buying a velvet Fuzzy painting rather than turning it in to mall security to see if anyone who lost the roll comes looking for it)[[/note]] There were some episodes available on Website/YouTube, but Disney took them down in 2013. All the found episodes have been uploaded to [[http://www.facebook.com/pepperannuniverse this fan page, complete with some dubs.]] It last aired when Toon Disney was still a channel and didn't officially re-appear on TV or home video until its September 2021 addition to Creator/DisneyPlus, making its first time seen outside of a channel.


* BannedEpisode: The segment "In Support Of" (where Pepper Ann thinks she needs a bra for an upcoming trampoline lesson in phys ed and ends up flashing her gym class) was shown once back when Creator/{{ABC}} had the Creator/{{One Saturday Morning|AndABCKids}} line-up in the late 1990s and when ''Pepper Ann'' aired on the syndicated line-up ''Disney's One Too'' (which aired on Creator/{{UPN}} back when that was a channel and included reruns of this show, two episodes of ''WesternAnimation/{{Recess}}'', and ''WesternAnimation/SabrinaTheAnimatedSeries''). When the show was brought to Creator/DisneyChannel and Creator/ToonDisney (at least in America; overseas versions do air this -- some with edits), it disappeared, as the censors felt the story was too risque. The segment is shown on Creator/DisneyPlus.

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* BannedEpisode: The segment "In Support Of" (where Pepper Ann thinks she needs a bra for an upcoming trampoline lesson in phys ed and ends up flashing her gym class) was shown once back when Creator/{{ABC}} had the Creator/{{One Saturday Morning|AndABCKids}} line-up in the late 1990s and when ''Pepper Ann'' aired on the syndicated line-up ''Disney's One Too'' (which aired on Creator/{{UPN}} back when that was a channel and included reruns of this show, two episodes of ''WesternAnimation/{{Recess}}'', and ''WesternAnimation/SabrinaTheAnimatedSeries''). When the show was brought to Creator/DisneyChannel and Creator/ToonDisney (at least in America; overseas versions do air this -- some with edits), it disappeared, as the censors felt the story was too risque. The When the show finally made its debut on Creator/DisneyPlus, the segment is shown on Creator/DisneyPlus.was included completely restored and unaltered.

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