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** And in the episode "Roller Coaster" Virginia gets her own version. Though again it's a subversion. Instead of Virginia being undecided about something, the [[OurAngelsAreDifferent Angel]] and {{Devil}} are used to represent her giving away tickets to opening day at a theme park to get attention.

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** And in the episode "Roller Coaster" Virginia gets her own version. Though again it's a subversion. Instead of Virginia being undecided about something, the [[OurAngelsAreDifferent Angel]] and {{Devil}} [[{{Satan}} Devil]] are used to represent her giving away tickets to opening day at a theme park to get attention.


* SurroundedByIdiots: Lola and Virginia's classmates. They always believe Virginia, and don't listen to Lola when she tells them otherwise. And they end up believing Lola once Virginia has finally succeeded in her plan.

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* SurroundedByIdiots: Lola and Virginia's classmates. They always believe Virginia, despite having a tendency to be a backstabber, and don't listen to Lola when she tells them otherwise. And they end up believing Lola once Virginia has finally succeeded in her plan.


* SurroundedByIdiots: Lola and Virginia's classmates. They always believe Virginia, and don't listen to Lola when she tells them otherwise. And they end up believing Lola once Virginia has finally succeeded in her plan.



* SlapstickKnowsNoGender: Beatrice routinely winds up on the wrong end of Virginia's schemes.

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* SlapstickKnowsNoGender: Beatrice Lola routinely winds up on the wrong end of Virginia's schemes.schemes.
* SurroundedByIdiots: Lola and Virginia's classmates. They always believe Virginia, and don't listen to Lola when she tells them otherwise. And they end up believing Lola once Virginia has finally succeeded in her plan.

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* SurroundedByIdiots: Lola and Virginia's classmates. They always believe Virginia, and don't listen to Lola when she tells them otherwise. And they end up believing Lola once Virginia has finally succeeded in her plan.


* ButtMonkey: Beatrice. When she isn't suffering the fallout of Virginia's schemes, she's the series resident ChewToy.

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* ButtMonkey: Beatrice.Lola. When she isn't suffering the fallout of Virginia's schemes, she's the series resident ChewToy.

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* TokenRichStudent: Virginia, as she's the only one at her current school who comes from money.


''Lola and Virginia'' (2006-2007) is an animated series created in Spain by Imira Entertainment. It has since been dubbed into English and is currently airing in America on the ABC Family Channel's Kid Mango block.

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''Lola and Virginia'' (2006-2007) is an animated series created in Spain by Imira Entertainment. It has since been dubbed into English and is currently airing formerly shown in America on the ABC Family Channel's Porchlight's Kid Mango block.
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* EthnicallyAmbiguousAppearance: This could come off as a rare Western example. But the characters are Spanish because the show is made in Spain, right? Well...--Still, you won't fail to notice that they seem to be {{Animesque}} in a way because of the visual style of the show and the characters having YouGottaHaveBlueHair colors and TechnicolorEyes. In fact, every show by Myriam Ballesteros (if you've seen some of them) practically fall under this. It should be noted that Spaniards tend to consider themselves to be European rather than Hispanic, though that's all that shall be said on the matter.


* ClothingDamage: In one episode, Lola's dress gets caught in a car door. It gets ripped off, leaving Lola in only her underwear, in public.



* GettingCrapPastTheRadar: This series was made in Spain, so is a little lighter on the censorship. Still, there are a couple of moments that make you wonder how they got away with that. In one episode, Lola's dress gets caught in a car door. It gets ripped off, leaving Lola in only her underwear, in public.
** The biggest example of this comes from the first episode, "The Onion Trick". Lola, Haide and Poppy are in the girls' bathroom, discussing a trick they can use to get Lola the lead role in the class play. Beatrice overhears this, because she's sitting on the toilet in one of the stalls. We actually see Beatrice on the toilet, her arm is the only thing hiding her crotch from view.
*** An even bigger example comes in the episode "Oh No, Not Her". Lola hosts a foriegn exchange student named Chinchita. First the girl sleeps in the nude. She strips offscreen in front of Lola. Then Chinchita plays a prank on Virginia. She puts live lobsters into Virginia's bathtub, while Virginia is taking a bath. We actually see Virginia hopping out of the tub, with nothing covering her but soap suds.
** Another exmaple comes in Rollercoaster. Lola and her friends are trying to get tickets to opening day at a theme park. But, Virginia bought all the tickets to give to the students in an attention grab. Virginia for once is in a reasonable mood and is willing to give Lola and her friends tickets. Lola gets ticked off and basically tells Virginia that she can stick the tickets up her ass.
** In the episode "Uniforms", Lola's school gets uniforms and she's sick of it. So, she, Haide and Poppy protest by locking themselves on the school roof, in their underwear. They even pelt Virginia with bits of their uniforms.


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* ArchEnemy: The titular characters. It's the show's main plot.


* Fiction500: There are hints that Virginia comes from not a just a rich family, but a ''very wealthy'' family, like how she has the money to turn her public school into an elite private school, to buy ''the entire five thousand tickets'' of a brand new amusement park in less than half an hour, just to upset Lola.

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* Fiction500: There are hints that Virginia comes from not a just a rich family, but a ''very wealthy'' family, like how she has the money to turn her public school into an elite private school, school and to buy ''the entire five thousand tickets'' of a brand new amusement park in less than half an hour, just to upset Lola.



%%* RichSuitorPoorSuitor: Virginia and Lola.



* WhereTheHellIsSpringfield: San Lorenzo, the city where the characters live, its location is unspecified and it's also unknown whether it's in Spain or USA.

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* WhereTheHellIsSpringfield: San Lorenzo, the city where the characters live, its location is unspecified and it's also unknown whether it's in Spain (where the cartoon is originated) or USA.USA, as some episodes use the currency in dollars, some episodes use euros.


* BitchInSheepsClothing: Virginia. A polite, good, sweet girl to her parents, teacher, school principal, and her classmates, and a mean, ruthless, insanely spoiled, self-centered, girl to Lola and her friends.

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* BitchInSheepsClothing: Virginia. A polite, good, sweet girl to her parents, teacher, school principal, and her classmates, and a mean, ruthless, insanely spoiled, self-centered, self-centered girl to Lola and her friends.

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