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* DaydreamSurprise: Used frequently from ''High School Reunion'' onwards.
* DenserAndWackier: Downplayed, but this series is less down-to-earth and family-orientated than ''Delicious''.
* GoodAngelBadAngel: Part of Angela's adventures, always applying to Angela herself. While the earlier games had them be emoji-shaped, as of ''Wedding Disaster'', they are now represented as miniature versions of Angela herself.

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* DaydreamSurprise: Used frequently from ''High School Reunion'' onwards.
onward.
* DenserAndWackier: Downplayed, but this series is less down-to-earth and family-orientated family-oriented than ''Delicious''.
* GoodAngelBadAngel: Part of Angela's adventures, always applying to Angela herself. While the earlier games had them be emoji-shaped, as of ever since ''Wedding Disaster'', they are now Disaster'' they've been represented as miniature versions of Angela herself.


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!!New York to LA
* FictionalCounterpart: The franchise's equivalent of ''Film/MissionImpossible'' is called ''Mission: Insane''.
* MissionImpossibleCableDrop: Angela does this in her video announcing her LA fashion show, and Jamila is introduced during said fashion show by doing this.


* Fabulous: New York to LA (2019)



* VomitDiscretionShot: Teenage Janet during moments of the high school levels, [[spoiler:due to MorningSickness]].

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* VomitDiscretionShot: Teenage Janet during some moments of in the high school levels, [[spoiler:due to MorningSickness]].


* Fabulous: Angela's True Colors (2019)



* DaydreamSurprise: Used in both ''High School Reunion'' and ''Wedding Disaster''.

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* DaydreamSurprise: Used in both frequently from ''High School Reunion'' and ''Wedding Disaster''.onwards.

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* TeenPregnancy: [[spoiler: How Janet became pregnant with Chloe.]]

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Games in the series:
* Fabulous: Angela's Sweet Revenge (2015)
* Fabulous: Angela's Fashion Fever (2016)
* Fabulous: Angela's High School Reunion (2017)
* Fabulous: Angela's Wedding Disaster (2018)
* Fabulous New York (2019, currently in [[UsefulNotes/BetaTest open beta]])


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* DaydreamSurprise: Used in both ''High School Reunion'' and ''Wedding Disaster''.


* GoodAngelBadAngel: Part of Angela's adventures, always applying to Angela herself.

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* GoodAngelBadAngel: Part of Angela's adventures, always applying to Angela herself. While the earlier games had them be emoji-shaped, as of ''Wedding Disaster'', they are now represented as miniature versions of Angela herself.

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* NiceJobBreakingItHero: [[spoiler:When Angela reveals the truth about Janet's pregnancy, the former succeeds in getting the high school closed down due to lack of enrollment thanks to the awards being stripped from said high school.]]


* VomitDiscretionShot: Angela in Level 39, after eating way too many oysters.

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* VomitDiscretionShot: Angela in Level 39, after eating way too many oysters.
oysters in the level beforehand.



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* GoodAngelBadAngel: Part of Angela's adventures, always applying to Angela herself.


-->'''Janet:''' ANGELA knows? That Bitch!

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-->'''Janet:''' ANGELA knows? That Bitch! BITCH!



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* VomitDiscretionShot: Angela in Level 39, after eating way too many oysters.

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The SpinOff from ''VideoGame/{{Delicious}}'', featuring Emily's sister Angela in the fashion industry.
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!Tropes in the Fabulous series
!!''Fabulous'' in general
* DenserAndWackier: Downplayed, but this series is less down-to-earth and family-orientated than ''Delicious''.

!!Sweet Revenge
* HumiliationConga: [[spoiler:The kind of revenge Angela pulls.]]

!!Fashion Fever
* HumiliationConga: [[spoiler:Lori actually gets a few in the end, courtesy of Angela.]]
* SymbolSwearing: [[spoiler:Lori does this when she first sees Truly!Angela.]]

!!High School Reunion
* BookEnds: [[spoiler:The game starts and ends with a teenage girl coming into Victoria's looking for a prom dress.]]
* CurseCutShort: [[spoiler:At the end of Level 57, Janet is cut off from being about to call the prison a "hellhole".]]
* EarlyBirdCameo: Large Marge is briefly featured at the end of Level 10 before she's properly introduced in Level 51.
* {{Fainting}}: [[spoiler:Principal Morgan does this at the end of level 40 when it's revealed Janet is pregnant. Happens again when he's now the Warden of Snuggford Prison and his own daughter is a prisoner!]]
* FormerlyFat: Virginia, one of Angela's friends, used to be fat in high school before slimming down.
* HowWeGotHere: After the end of Level 10, we build up to how and why Angela ended up in prison.
* ImagineSpot: Angela gets these aplenty, and they all involve Janet.
* MistakenForPregnant: [[spoiler:Throughout the Prom, Keith thought Angela was pregnant with Matt's baby. It was Janet.]]
* PrecisionFStrike: One moment in Level 49 has Janet outright calling Angela a [[ThisIsforEmphasisBitch bitch]] (censored with asterisks, of course); it ''wasn't'' censored in other language versions, however, causing ''High School Reunion'' to be the first Gamehouse Original Story Game to include an uncensored rude word.
-->'''Janet:''' ANGELA knows? That Bitch!
* PrisonEpisode: Briefly at the end of Level 10, [[spoiler:and exactly Levels 50-59.]]
* ShootTheShaggyDog: A lighter, non-creature variant; the reunion prom party that was hosted at a high school that was set to be torn down by the city? [[spoiler:A fire ends up destroying the building anyway, and Angela and Janet are thrown into prison for a while because of it.]]
* ShoutOut: In the final levels, we get one to ''Series/OrangeIsTheNewBlack''. Doubles as StealthPun.
* SpinningPaper: At the start of Level 21, and at the ends of Levels 40 and 50.
* SpoilerCover: The main promo shows Angela in a prison cell.
* VomitDiscretionShot: Teenage Janet during moments of the high school levels, [[spoiler:due to MorningSickness]].
* WhosYourDaddy: Chloe spends some time during the Reunion trying to figure out who her father is. [[spoiler: It's Matt Miller.]]
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