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* BellyScrapingFlight: The brothers steal Sal's headband, which makes them fly uncontrollably. Taking it off makes them plummet, and they kick up spray from the surface of the sea when putting it back on pulls them out of their death-dive.

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* BellyScrapingFlight: The brothers steal Victor steals Sal's headband, which makes them fly sends both brothers flying uncontrollably. Taking it off makes them plummet, and they kick up spray from the surface of the sea when putting it back on donning the headband again pulls them out of their death-dive.

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* BellyScrapingFlight: The brothers steal Sal's headband, which makes them fly uncontrollably. Taking it off makes them plummet, and they kick up spray from the surface of the sea when putting it back on pulls them out of their death-dive.


* SomethingCompletelyDifferent: "The Babysitter", "Legend of the Hidden Skate Park", “Boss for a Day”, "Churro Kings", and "Fistful of Balloons" are the only episodes so far with no supernatural elements.

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* SomethingCompletelyDifferent: "The Babysitter", "Legend of the Hidden Skate Park", “Boss for a Day”, "Churro Kings", and "Fistful of Balloons" and "Guillermo's Gathering" are the only episodes so far with no supernatural elements.


%%* AmbiguouslyHuman: Quite a few, the Wild Kids are one example.

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%%* * AmbiguouslyHuman: Quite a few, A few characters are implied to be supernatural creatures.
** Chata is revealed to be some sort of deity in
the Wild Kids pilot. The series ignores the events of the pilot, but there are one example.still hints of this, like her mood controlling the lake during the Summer Solstice in "Hurricane Chata".
** Chata's friend Sal appears to be just an eccentric CoolOldGuy, but in "Go With The Flow", a mysterious wind follows him wherever he goes. When he's [[spoiler:flying along with the boys, who are wearing his magic headband]], he casts the shadow of a [[spoiler:feathered serpent]].


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* CordonBleughChef: Valentino is usually a good cook, but in "Go With The Flow", he makes a bad-tasting meal on purpose to try to make Sal leave. Sal not only ''likes'' it, he also mentions never leaving if he continues to cook like that.


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* SmartBall: Victor in "Love at First Bite". While he usually has to be saved by Valentino after his antics get him in trouble, here the roles are reversed as Valentino is in love with a mysterious girl whom Victor finds suspicious. When the girl turns out to be [[spoiler:a man-eating snake monster]], Victor is the one who comes to the rescue.


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* TheThingThatWouldNotLeave: In "Go with the Flow", Chata's friend Sal comes to stay for a while, which the boys find a nuisance. Their attempts to make him leave on his own prove futile, as his chill nature and [[CloudCuckoolander eccentric personality]] make him immune to their tactics. By the end, however, after having an adventure with Sal, they are begging him ''not'' to leave.


** "It Grows" contains a parody of .

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** "It Grows" contains a parody of .of "Low Rider" by Music/{{War}}.





* CaptainErsatz: The voice and face of Itzel, the kind girl who wears a headdress that resembles an eagle at the Hidden Skate Park, look and sound similar to Vanellope von Schweetz.

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* CaptainErsatz: CaptainErsatz:
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The voice and face of Itzel, the kind girl who wears a headdress that resembles an eagle at the Hidden Skate Park, look and sound similar to Vanellope von Schweetz.



* RealityEnsues:
** In "It Grows", Valentino almost jumps through a broken window to reach his brother, but he gets worried about the broken glass and goes through the door instead.



* ShipTease: In "The Lonely Haunts Club", Charlene and Pineapple dare Victor and Valentino to explore a haunted mansion with them Charlene urges Vic to pick a bouquet of flowers to put in her hair, so she can supposedly resemble his Amante. She then urges Vic to read some love poems out loud to summon El Pintor's ghost. Meanwhile, Valentino discovers that Pineapple has a checklist written by Charlene which ends with her getting a kiss from on Día de los Amantes. When Vic and Charlene see a table set up, they decide to dine together and summon the ghost. Just when Charlene is about to trick Vic into sharing some of her "ghost shield potion" on his lips by kissing her, Val comes in and tells her that the whole experience has been a trick to get Vic to go on a date with Charlene. As soon as Vic realizes that everything on Día de los Amantes resembled a date, the ghost of El Pintor appears, telling them that he was just lonely from spending each Día de los Amantes all by himself, and just wanted some company. Afterwards, Vic admits the Día de los Amantes isn't such a bad holiday, and when Charlene tells Vic she didn't think he was good boyfriend material, Vic says that he could be if he wanted to which makes her smile as she walks away.

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* ShipTease: ShipTease:
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In "The Lonely Haunts Club", Charlene and Pineapple dare Victor and Valentino to explore a haunted mansion with them Charlene urges Vic to pick a bouquet of flowers to put in her hair, so she can supposedly resemble his Amante. She then urges Vic to read some love poems out loud to summon El Pintor's ghost. Meanwhile, Valentino discovers that Pineapple has a checklist written by Charlene which ends with her getting a kiss from on Día de los Amantes. When Vic and Charlene see a table set up, they decide to dine together and summon the ghost. Just when Charlene is about to trick Vic into sharing some of her "ghost shield potion" on his lips by kissing her, Val comes in and tells her that the whole experience has been a trick to get Vic to go on a date with Charlene. As soon as Vic realizes that everything on Día de los Amantes resembled a date, the ghost of El Pintor appears, telling them that he was just lonely from spending each Día de los Amantes all by himself, and just wanted some company. Afterwards, Vic admits the Día de los Amantes isn't such a bad holiday, and when Charlene tells Vic she didn't think he was good boyfriend material, Vic says that he could be if he wanted to which makes her smile as she walks away.



** In "Welcome to the Underworld", the heads of [[VideoGame/{{Undertale}} Papyrus and Sans]], [[WesternAnimation/OkKoLetsBeHeroes A Real Magic Skeleton]], [[WesternAnimation/TheBookOfLife Manolo]], and several characters from ''VideoGame/GrimFandango'' appear in the mouth of Mic when he laughs.

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** In "Welcome to the Underworld", the heads of [[VideoGame/{{Undertale}} Papyrus and Sans]], [[WesternAnimation/OkKoLetsBeHeroes A Real Magic Skeleton]], [[WesternAnimation/TheBookOfLife Manolo]], and several characters from ''VideoGame/GrimFandango'' appear in the mouth of Mic when he laughs.laughs
** At the start of "Love At First Bite", Valentino reads a ''Literature/GoneWithTheWind'' parody called ''Gone With The Wagon''.
** "It Grows" contains a parody of .


* LampshadeHanging: In "It Grows" after Vic's moustache grows out of control and begins to attack people, Val panics and says that he is just a kid and can't keep dealing with stuff like that every week.

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* LampshadeHanging: In "It Grows" after Vic's moustache grows out of control and begins to attack people, [[LeaningOnTheFourthWall Val panics and says that he is just a kid and can't keep dealing with stuff like that every week.]]

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** Grandma Chata is a big fan of a chubby singer named Juan Lindo, who bears more than a passing ressemblance to mexican singer Juan Gabriel.


Mexican half-brothers Victor and Valentino are sent to live with their grandmother in the strange and quirky town of Monte Macabre for the Summer, finding mystical and crazy things at every turn.

Originally slated for mid-to-late 2018, it was pushed back to 2019 for unknown reasons, before finally premiering on March 30th, 2019.

The original pilot for the show can be viewed [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dkGPIPSHyUk here.]]

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''Victor and Valentino'' is a Creator/CartoonNetwork animated series created by Diego Molano. The show follows the adventures of Mexican half-brothers half-brothers, Victor and Valentino Valentino, after they are sent to live with their seemingly supernatural grandmother in the strange and quirky town of Monte Macabre for the Summer, summer, finding mystical and crazy things at every turn.

Originally slated for mid-to-late 2018, it was pushed back to 2019 for unknown reasons, before finally premiering on March 30th, 2019.

The original pilot for the show was released on November 2, 2016 as a "Cartoon Network Minisode" and can be viewed [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dkGPIPSHyUk here.]]here]]. The series was originally slated for a late 2018 debut, but was later pushed to a March 30th, 2019 premiere in both the United States and Latin America. A [[https://www.animationmagazine.net/tv/cartoon-network-greenlights-the-fungies-craig-s3-victor-and-valentino-s2/ second season]] was announced as being in production on July 15, 2019.


* LampshadeHanging: In "It Grows" after Vic's moustache Grows out of control and begins to attack people, Val panics and says that he is just a kid and can't keep dealing with stuff like that every week.

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* LampshadeHanging: In "It Grows" after Vic's moustache Grows grows out of control and begins to attack people, Val panics and says that he is just a kid and can't keep dealing with stuff like that every week.

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* LampshadeHanging: In "It Grows" after Vic's moustache Grows out of control and begins to attack people, Val panics and says that he is just a kid and can't keep dealing with stuff like that every week.


-->'''Don Jalapeño: [[GratuitousSpanish Ay, my espalda!]]

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-->'''Don Jalapeño: Jalapeño:''' [[GratuitousSpanish Ay, my espalda!]]


* CrackOwMyBack: Don Jalapeño in "Know It All".
-->'''Don Jalapeño: [[GratuitousSpanish Ay, my espalda!]]



* KnowNothingKnowItAll: Victor in "Know It All", where he keeps claiming "I know!" to everything. He ends up releasing a flock of demonic bats because of this, and he confesses that he always claims to know everything because he's afraid people will think he's dumb.



* LazyBum: The Lechuza's "children" Hoot, Caw and Talon. They are perfectly content being fed predigested food and wearing diapers that are regularly changed if it means not having to work. He may have been willing to fake an injury to get out of working,[[EveryoneHasStandards but Victor isn't OK with living that way]]

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* LazyBum: The Lechuza's "children" Hoot, Caw and Talon. They are perfectly content being fed predigested food and wearing diapers that are regularly changed if it means not having to work. He may have been willing to fake an injury to get out of working,[[EveryoneHasStandards working, [[EveryoneHasStandards but Victor isn't OK with living that way]]


* ChildishToothGap: Victor and Charlene both have a gap in the middle of thier teeth. Victor's highlights his immaturity and rowdiness, while Charlene's is actually wider, accenting her CreepyChild demeanor.

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* ChildishToothGap: Victor and Charlene both have a gap in the middle of thier their teeth. Victor's highlights his immaturity and rowdiness, while Charlene's is actually wider, accenting her CreepyChild demeanor.



* CrossPoppingVeins: In "A New Don", the boys prank Don Jalapeno to see if they can make him so mad the veins on his forehead pop out. He finally does after [[spoiler:seeing the mess they made in the store after fighting the star creature possessing him.]]
* CryingWolf: In "The Boy Who Cried Lechuza", Victor fakes an injury to get out of doing chores. Don Jalapeno warns him that if he cries too loudly, the Lechuza, an owl monster attracted to the sound of crying children, will whisk him away. Eventually, Victor's ruse is revealed, and when he actually gets injured when the taco cart runs over his leg, everyone ignores his cries for help... except the Lechuza.

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* CrossPoppingVeins: In "A New Don", the boys prank Don Jalapeno Jalapeño to see if they can make him so mad the veins on his forehead pop out. He finally does after [[spoiler:seeing the mess they made in the store after fighting the star creature possessing him.him, especially when Valentino [[SeriousBusiness moved his bookmark]].]]
* CryingWolf: In "The Boy Who Cried Lechuza", Victor fakes an injury to get out of doing chores. Don Jalapeno Jalapeño warns him that if he cries too loudly, the Lechuza, an owl monster attracted to the sound of crying children, will whisk him away. Eventually, Victor's ruse is revealed, and when he actually gets injured when the taco cart runs over his leg, everyone ignores his cries for help... except the Lechuza.



* PeoplePuppets: In "A New Don", Don Jalapeno talks about creatures from the stars who come to Earth to make people do strange things against their will. [[spoiler:He ends up possessed by one who is after his scrapbook of paranormal phenomena for some reason.]]

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* PeoplePuppets: In "A New Don", Don Jalapeno Jalapeño talks about creatures from the stars who come to Earth to make people do strange things against their will. [[spoiler:He ends up possessed by one who is after his scrapbook of paranormal phenomena for some reason.]]



** In "The Babysitter", Xochi babysits the duo. Later, when they sneak out of the house, they discover that Xochi is taking dancing lessons, and deserting her babysitting duties. Xochi, Vic and Val race to get back home before Grandma Chata and Don Jalapeño do, and Xochi asks Valentino to hold on tight and put his arms around her while on her bicycle. Later on, when Xochi takes the brothers up to the rooftop to see the fireworks and tells them she was taking dance lessons to impress a certain someone, Valentino dances with Xochi.

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** In "The Babysitter", Xochi babysits the duo. Later, when they sneak out of the house, they discover that Xochi is taking dancing lessons, and deserting her babysitting duties. Xochi, Vic Vic, and Val race to get back home before Grandma Chata and Don Jalapeño do, and Xochi asks Valentino to hold on tight and put his arms around her while on her bicycle. Later on, when Xochi takes the brothers up to the rooftop to see the fireworks and tells admits to them she was taking dance lessons to impress a certain someone, Valentino dances with Xochi.



* SomethingCompletelyDifferent: "The Babysitter", "Legend of the Hidden Skate Park", “Boss for a Day”, "Churro Kings" and "Fistful of Balloons" are the only episodes so far with no supernatural elements.

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* SomethingCompletelyDifferent: "The Babysitter", "Legend of the Hidden Skate Park", “Boss for a Day”, "Churro Kings" Kings", and "Fistful of Balloons" are the only episodes so far with no supernatural elements.


* SomethingCompletelyDifferent: "The Babysitter", "Legend of the Hidden Skate Park", “Boss for a Day” and "Fistful of Balloons" are the only episodes so far with no supernatural elements.

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* SomethingCompletelyDifferent: "The Babysitter", "Legend of the Hidden Skate Park", “Boss for a Day” Day”, "Churro Kings" and "Fistful of Balloons" are the only episodes so far with no supernatural elements.

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