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* {{Mascot}}: They are the idols' managers and they look like flying stuff animals. Kuma for [=SoLaMi=] Smile, and Usagi for Dressing Pafé, Unicorn for Faruru, Neko for Aromageddon, Ham for Ajimi, Toriko for Fuwari, and now Usacha for the unit Triangle (and later Non Sugar). In Idol Time [=PriPara=], Punikon for Yui, Chuppe for Nino, and Pitsuji for Michiru.

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* {{Mascot}}: They are the idols' managers and they look like flying stuff stuffed animals. Kuma for [=SoLaMi=] Smile, and Usagi for Dressing Pafé, Unicorn for Faruru, Neko for Aromageddon, Ham for Ajimi, Toriko for Fuwari, and now Usacha for the unit Triangle (and later Non Sugar). In Idol Time [=PriPara=], Punikon for Yui, Chuppe for Nino, and Pitsuji for Michiru.


* TheCameo: While ''Pretty Rhythm'''s Mia guest starred for an episode in ''Idol Time'', plenty of other ''PR'' characters appeared in the backgrounds.

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* TheCameo: While ''Pretty Rhythm'''s Mia guest starred for an episode eventually became a supporting character in ''Idol Time'', Time'' [[note]] Though this ersion of her is canonically an AlternateUniverse version of her [[/note]], plenty of other ''PR'' characters appeared in the backgrounds.


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* MusicalThemeNaming: The first two letters of the main cast's names contain the notes of the [[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Solf%C3%A8ge#Note_names musical tonal scale]] (which is used to teach music to children): '''Do'''rothy, '''Re'''ona, '''Mi'''rei, '''Fa'''lulu, '''So'''phy, '''La'''ala, '''Si'''on, hence why their names are officially spelled the way they are


* CensorDecoy: The fifth ending sequence, "Heart Clenching Love Song", featured many of the girls in revealing swimsuits and suggestive poses, with the biggest controversy surrounding Sophie's Marilyn Monroe ShoutOut attire-- specifically her shoulder strap. As noted under TakeThat, they ''did'' change that specific scene... but literally ''everything else'' about the ending is left intact.

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* CensorDecoy: The In the TV airings, the fifth ending sequence, "Heart Clenching Love Song", featured many of the girls in revealing swimsuits and suggestive poses, with the biggest controversy surrounding Sophie's Marilyn Monroe ShoutOut attire-- specifically her shoulder strap. As noted under TakeThat, they ''did'' change that specific scene... but literally ''everything else'' about the ending is left intact. This ending sequence was however restored to its original form in the Blu-ray releases


The anime has also been picked up for English release, date unknown.


The anime has also been picked up for English release.

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The anime has also been picked up for English release.
release, date unknown.


* OutrunTheMob: WITH gets chased by, and eventually trampled by, a horde of screaming fangirls in one ''Idol Time'' episode. They tore apart Asahi and Koyoi, but Shougo was left unscathed.

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* OutrunTheMob: [[OutrunTheFireball Outrun The Mob]]: WITH gets chased by, and eventually trampled by, a horde of screaming fangirls in one ''Idol Time'' episode. They tore apart Asahi and Koyoi, but Shougo was left unscathed.

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* ShipTease: Sophie and Leona can be seen on an official poster holding hands and making a heart together.


* ShoutOut:
** Sophie's pose in the "Heart Clenching Love Song" is taken from an old photo of Creator/MarilynMonroe.
** In the penultimate episode of ''Idol Time'', all 8 of the main girls are drawn in the style of Okawa Bkub's characters. Bkub is a known fan of ''Pripara'', and also had the heroines of ''Manga/PopTeamEpic'' pose as Nino and Shion for its anime.

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* ShoutOut:
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ShoutOut: Sophie's pose in the "Heart Clenching Love Song" is taken from an old photo of Creator/MarilynMonroe.
** In the penultimate episode of ''Idol Time'', all 8 of the main girls are drawn in the style of Okawa Bkub's characters. Bkub is a known fan of ''Pripara'', and also had the heroines of ''Manga/PopTeamEpic'' pose as Nino and Shion for its anime.
Creator/MarilynMonroe.


* ShoutOut: Sophie's pose in the "Heart Clenching Love Song" is taken from an old photo of Creator/MarilynMonroe.

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* ShoutOut: ShoutOut:
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Sophie's pose in the "Heart Clenching Love Song" is taken from an old photo of Creator/MarilynMonroe.Creator/MarilynMonroe.
** In the penultimate episode of ''Idol Time'', all 8 of the main girls are drawn in the style of Okawa Bkub's characters. Bkub is a known fan of ''Pripara'', and also had the heroines of ''Manga/PopTeamEpic'' pose as Nino and Shion for its anime.


* TheArtifact: The Prism Voice that Laala and Falulu possess barely stays afloat with the plot, and loses significance after the conclusion of Season 1. Laala's voice itself has a deeper, richer pitch when singing "Make it!" for the first few episodes, but every other song past that features her typical high-pitched voice that she talks with in the series.
** The line "Paradise, our goal" in the team formation ceremony speech after season 1. This refers to the Paradise Coorde, a legendary dress that was a major plot point in season one, and was never mentioned again since then.

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* TheArtifact: The Prism Voice that Laala and Falulu possess barely stays afloat with the plot, and loses significance after the conclusion of Season 1. Laala's voice itself has a deeper, richer pitch when singing "Make it!" for the first few episodes, but every other song past that features her typical high-pitched voice that she talks with in the series.
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The line "Paradise, our goal" in the team formation ceremony speech after season 1. This refers to the Paradise Coorde, a legendary dress that was a major plot point in season one, and was never mentioned again since then.


* MythologyGag: A lot of nods are made to the original Pretty Rhythm series, whether it's in the form of silhouettes of the past main characters, clothes that were introduced, etc.
** Nao, Laala's friend, wears a dress that's nearly identical to a dress that Mion from Pretty Rhythm Aurora Dream wore at one point. The only difference is that the bow on Nao's is purple as opposed to blue.
** In episode 39, Laala dances with holograms of the four members of Prizmmy from Dear My Future.
*** In the same episode, girls wearing clothes from Aurora Dream can be seen at one point.
*** Episode 54 features a ton of references from the previous Pretty Rhythm series.

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* MythologyGag: A lot of nods are made to the original Pretty Rhythm ''Pretty Rhythm'' series, whether it's in the form of silhouettes of the past main characters, clothes that were introduced, etc.
** Nao, Laala's friend, wears a dress that's nearly identical to a dress that Mion from Pretty Rhythm Aurora Dream ''Anime/PrettyRhythmAuroraDream'' wore at one point. The only difference is that the bow on Nao's is purple as opposed to blue.
** In episode 39, Laala dances with holograms of the four members of Prizmmy from Dear ''Dear My Future.
Future''.
*** In the same episode, girls wearing clothes from Aurora Dream ''Aurora Dream'' can be seen at one point.
*** Episode 54 features a ton of references from the previous Pretty Rhythm series.''Pretty Rhythm'' series.
** Episode 29 has something called "EZ DO Gloxercise", seemingly based on the ''Anime/PrettyRhythmRainbowLive'' sexond OP theme "EZ DO DANCE".



* YouGottaHaveBlueHair: Lala and her sister Non have bright lilac, Dorothy, Cosmo, and Pinon have literal blue hair, while Ajimi and Leona both have light pink, and Kanon has rose-pink. Junon and Shion have purple hair, Hibiki has silver-white, and Faruru has light green, and Jururu and Jewlie have pale green. Nino has cyan hair with light green gradient.
* In Idol Time [=PriPara=] the hair colors appear more realistic, with the occasional exception. Nino Nijino has cyan hair.
** A lot of characters outside of the main cast also have unique hair colors.

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* YouGottaHaveBlueHair: Lala and her sister Non have bright lilac, Dorothy, Cosmo, and Pinon have literal blue hair, while Ajimi and Leona both have light pink, and Kanon has rose-pink. Junon and Shion have purple hair, Hibiki has silver-white, and Faruru has light green, and Jururu and Jewlie have pale green. Nino has cyan hair with light green gradient. A lot of characters outside of the main cast also have unique hair colors.
* In Idol ** By ''Idol Time [=PriPara=] [=PriPara=]'', the hair colors appear more realistic, with the occasional exception. Nino Nijino has cyan hair.
** A lot of characters outside of the main cast also have unique hair colors.
exception.


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After the anime's conclusion, a sequel series was announced titled ''Idol Time [=PriPara=]'', instead focusing on a girl named Yui, and her adventures with Laala in the system. The anime was replaced by ''[[VideoGame/Kiratto PriChan Kiratto Pri☆Chan]]'' in 2018.

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After the anime's conclusion, a sequel series was announced titled ''Idol Time [=PriPara=]'', instead focusing on a girl named Yui, and her adventures with Laala in the system. The anime was replaced by ''[[VideoGame/Kiratto PriChan ''[[VideoGame/KirattoPriChan Kiratto Pri☆Chan]]'' in 2018.


After the anime's conclusion, a sequel series was announced titled ''Idol Time [=PriPara=]'', instead focusing on a girl named Yui, and her adventures with Laala in the system. The anime was replaced by ''Kiratto Pri-chan'' in 2018.

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After the anime's conclusion, a sequel series was announced titled ''Idol Time [=PriPara=]'', instead focusing on a girl named Yui, and her adventures with Laala in the system. The anime was replaced by ''Kiratto Pri-chan'' ''[[VideoGame/Kiratto PriChan Kiratto Pri☆Chan]]'' in 2018.


After the anime's conclusion, a sequel series was announced titled ''Idol Time [=PriPara=]'', instead focusing on a girl named Yui.

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After the anime's conclusion, a sequel series was announced titled ''Idol Time [=PriPara=]'', instead focusing on a girl named Yui.
Yui, and her adventures with Laala in the system. The anime was replaced by ''Kiratto Pri-chan'' in 2018.

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