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* {{Sidekick}}: Wesley and Wu

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* BirthdayEpisode: In "The Bewildering Balloon Bandit Burglary", it is Wu's birthday.

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* BirthdayEpisode: In BirthdayEpisode:
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"The Bewildering Balloon Bandit Burglary", it is Wu's birthday.birthday.
**Intrepid Ice Explorers is about getting a birthday present for an Inuit girl named Ila.
* CanadaEh: Wenda quips "impressive eh?" while in Iqualuit after using the gloom to create an igloo with Wordplay

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* CrossDressing / DisguisedInDrag / HarmlessLadyDisguise: in episode D, Wu asks Wes why he is wearing a dress (it is green ans has a nametag saying Debi) and Wes says it is a disguise and he likes the design.


* AddedAlliterativeAppeal: The concept of every episode title and its content. Including villains, like Yolanda Yuckihosen in Yarn of the Yukon Yeti

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* AddedAlliterativeAppeal: The concept of every episode title and its content. Including villains, like Yolanda Yuckihosen in Yarn of words using the Yukon Yetifeatured letter are jammed into most sentences



* AlliterativeName: the series and every episode and almost every character

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* AlliterativeName: most of each episode's one-shot characters will have them. Recurring character Wesley Woodchuck too. Wenda and Wu do not have last names.
* AlliterativeTitle:
the series itself and every episode and almost every charactersingle episode



* BigHeadMode: main chars are drawn this way

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* BigHeadMode: main all chars are drawn this way


* AuthorAvatar: The end credits remind us every time "Margaret Atwood as Herself", even though her appearance is limited to a solitary shot they reuse in the opening theme of her handing a letter to Wenda, and they just edit in whatever each letter's episode is.

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* AuthorAvatar: The end credits remind us every time "Margaret Atwood as Herself", even though her appearance is limited to a solitary shot they reuse in the opening theme they of her handing a letter to Wenda, and they just edit in whatever each letter's episode is.is. Although there are a few variations of her wearing different hats, some of them are recycled so she doesn't even do unique work each episode.


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* HereThereBeDragons: the episode "The Disco Dragon of Detroit" has a "HERE BE DRAGONS" sign which Wenda opens (thinking it a decoy) to find an actual dragon behind it. The Duchess of Disco emerges from the "HERE BE DRESSING ROOMS" door beside it after asking if they opened the dragon door.

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* MindRape: in Lousy Bit of Luck by changing shove to love, she stops Londoners from defending themselves against an invading monster and forces them to love the creature instead.


* AlliterativeName

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* AlliterativeNameAllThereInTheScript: in "The Obnoxious Otters of Ottawa" the female opera singer is not named but end credits call her Olivia Orinoco
* AlliterativeName: the series and every episode and almost every character


* AddedAlliterativeAppeal: The concept of every episode.

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* AddedAlliterativeAppeal: The concept of every episode.episode title and its content. Including villains, like Yolanda Yuckihosen in Yarn of the Yukon Yeti


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* ProperTightsWithASkirt: Wenda's Tutu would be a DangerouslyShortSkirt otherwise.
* QuirkyCurls: Wenda has orange ones.


* AddedAlliterativeAppeal: the concept of every episode

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* AddedAlliterativeAppeal: the The concept of every episodeepisode.



* AuthorAvatar end credits remind us every time "Margaret Atwood as Herself" even though her appearance is limited to a solitary shot they reuse in the opening theme of her handing a letter to Wenda and they just edit in whatever each letter's episode is.

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* AuthorAvatar AuthorAvatar: The end credits remind us every time "Margaret Atwood as Herself" Herself", even though her appearance is limited to a solitary shot they reuse in the opening theme of her handing a letter to Wenda Wenda, and they just edit in whatever each letter's episode is.



* BigfootSasquatchAndYeti: in "The Yarn of the Yukon Yeti"
* BirthdayEpisode: in "The Bewildering Balloon Bandit Burglary" it is Wu's birthday.
* ComedicUnderwearExposure: repeatedly happens to Wu
* FairyGodmother who asks Wenda to MakeAWish... was actually created by Wenda in thee first place because F is the letter of the day.
* HauntedHotel: in "A Haunted Holiday at the Howling Hog Hotel"

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* BigfootSasquatchAndYeti: One appears in "The Yarn of the Yukon Yeti"
Yeti".
* BirthdayEpisode: in In "The Bewildering Balloon Bandit Burglary" Burglary", it is Wu's birthday.
* ComedicUnderwearExposure: It repeatedly happens to Wu
Wu.
* FairyGodmother who FairyGodmother: She asks Wenda to MakeAWish... and was actually created by Wenda in thee first place because F ''F'' is the letter of the day.
* HauntedHotel: in It's the setting of "A Haunted Holiday at the Howling Hog Hotel"Hotel".



* OurWerebeastsAreDifferent: in "The Warbling Wereworm of Wessex"
* RealityWarper: whenever Wenda shouts "Wordplay will save the day", RUN. She can arbitrarily pick any word pertaining to anything in her vicscinity (noun, verb, dunmatter) and substitute the letter (or letters, like 'qu' one time) of the day to alter its spelling and manifest whatever the new things she spells is. This can either erase the previous topic from existence or supplement it with the new topic.
* {{Sidekick}} Wesley and Wu

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* OurWerebeastsAreDifferent: Done in "The Warbling Wereworm of Wessex"
Wessex".
* RealityWarper: whenever Whenever Wenda shouts shouts, "Wordplay will save the day", day," RUN. She can arbitrarily pick any word pertaining to anything in her vicscinity vicinity (noun, verb, dunmatter) it doesn't matter) and substitute the letter (or letters, like 'qu' one time) of the day to alter its spelling and manifest whatever the new things she spells is. This can either erase the previous topic from existence or supplement it with the new topic.
* {{Sidekick}} {{Sidekick}}: Wesley and Wu

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* FairyGodmother who asks Wenda to MakeAWish... was actually created by Wenda in thee first place because F is the letter of the day.

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A 2017 CBC Kids toon based on a 2014 book by Creator/MargaretAtwood.

*AddedAlliterativeAppeal: the concept of every episode
*AlliterativeName
*AuthorAvatar end credits remind us every time "Margaret Atwood as Herself" even though her appearance is limited to a solitary shot they reuse in the opening theme of her handing a letter to Wenda and they just edit in whatever each letter's episode is.
*BigHeadMode: main chars are drawn this way
*BigfootSasquatchAndYeti: in "The Yarn of the Yukon Yeti"
*BirthdayEpisode: in "The Bewildering Balloon Bandit Burglary" it is Wu's birthday.
*ComedicUnderwearExposure: repeatedly happens to Wu
*HauntedHotel: in "A Haunted Holiday at the Howling Hog Hotel"
*LionsAndTigersAndHumansOhMy: Wenda and Wu are human, Wes looks like some mind of athro talking beaver.
*OurWerebeastsAreDifferent: in "The Warbling Wereworm of Wessex"
*RealityWarper: whenever Wenda shouts "Wordplay will save the day", RUN. She can arbitrarily pick any word pertaining to anything in her vicscinity (noun, verb, dunmatter) and substitute the letter (or letters, like 'qu' one time) of the day to alter its spelling and manifest whatever the new things she spells is. This can either erase the previous topic from existence or supplement it with the new topic.
*{{Sidekick}} Wesley and Wu

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