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** Walker/Cyrus (or Walrus) was popular for a short time when Walker's actor was credited for ''Cyrus' Bash-Mitzvah'' before the episode aired, leading to speculation over his possible relationship with Cyrus.

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** Walker/Cyrus (or Walrus) was popular for a short time when Walker's actor was credited for ''Cyrus' Bash-Mitzvah'' before the episode aired, leading to speculation over his possible relationship with Cyrus. Made more intense by Joshua Rush, who posted a picture with Darius Marcell (Walker's actor) around this time. As more information was revealed and people found out Walker had more of a relationship with Andi than Cyrus, the ship fell into obscurity.


** Walker/Jonah started as a joke ship with multiple fake Tumblr blogs dedicated to it ''before Walker was even introduced on the show.'' Despite its joke status, the same week the two actually interacted in canon the ship increased in popularity.

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** Walker/Jonah started as a joke ship with multiple fake Tumblr blogs dedicated to it ''before Walker was the two even introduced interacted on the show.screen.'' Despite its joke status, the same week the two actually interacted in canon the ship increased in popularity.


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** Walker/Cyrus (or Walrus) was popular for a short time when Walker's actor was credited for ''Cyrus' Bash-Mitzvah'' before the episode aired, leading to speculation over his possible relationship with Cyrus.


** Before [[WordOfGod Luke Mullen confirmed TJ is gay and that Terri Minsky told him as such before filming his second ever episode]], there used to be a divide between those who read TJ as gay-coded given his lack of interest in girls (most notably his storyline with Kira) and those who believed he could still be bi. The discourse got quite intense as accusations of homophobia and biphobia were thrown back and forth, but the confirmation that he is gay brought it to an end.

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** Before [[WordOfGod Luke Mullen confirmed TJ is gay and that Terri Minsky told him as such before filming his second ever episode]], there used to be a divide between those who read TJ as gay-coded given his lack of interest in girls (most notably his storyline with Kira) and those who believed he could still be bi. The discourse got quite intense as accusations of homophobia and biphobia were thrown back and forth, but the WordOfGod confirmation that he is gay brought it to an end.


** Before [[WordOfGod Luke Mullen confirmed TJ is gay and that Terri Minsky told him as such before filming his second ever episode]], there used to be a divide between those who thought TJ was gay-coded given his lack of interest in girls (most notably his storyline with Kira) and those who believed he could still be bi. The discourse got quite intense as accusations of homophobia and biphobia were thrown back and forth, but the confirmation that he is gay brought it to an end.

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** Before [[WordOfGod Luke Mullen confirmed TJ is gay and that Terri Minsky told him as such before filming his second ever episode]], there used to be a divide between those who thought read TJ was as gay-coded given his lack of interest in girls (most notably his storyline with Kira) and those who believed he could still be bi. The discourse got quite intense as accusations of homophobia and biphobia were thrown back and forth, but the confirmation that he is gay brought it to an end.


** There used to be a divide between those who thought TJ was gay-coded given his lack of interest in girls (most notably his storyline with Kira) and those who believed he could still be bi. The discourse got quite intense as accusations of homophobia and biphobia were thrown back and forth, but it came to an end when [[WordOfGod Luke Mullen confirmed TJ is gay and that Terri Minsky told him as such before filming his second ever episode.]]

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** There Before [[WordOfGod Luke Mullen confirmed TJ is gay and that Terri Minsky told him as such before filming his second ever episode]], there used to be a divide between those who thought TJ was gay-coded given his lack of interest in girls (most notably his storyline with Kira) and those who believed he could still be bi. The discourse got quite intense as accusations of homophobia and biphobia were thrown back and forth, but it came to an end when [[WordOfGod Luke Mullen confirmed TJ the confirmation that he is gay and that Terri Minsky told him as such before filming his second ever episode.]]brought it to an end.


** There used to be a rather intense divide between those who thought TJ was gay-coded given his lack of interest in girls (most notably his storyline with Kira) and those who believed he could still be bi. The discourse got quite intense as accusations of homophobia and biphobia were thrown back and forth, but it came to an end when [[WordOfGod Luke Mullen confirmed TJ is gay and that Terri Minsky told him as such before filming his second ever episode.]]

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** There used to be a rather intense divide between those who thought TJ was gay-coded given his lack of interest in girls (most notably his storyline with Kira) and those who believed he could still be bi. The discourse got quite intense as accusations of homophobia and biphobia were thrown back and forth, but it came to an end when [[WordOfGod Luke Mullen confirmed TJ is gay and that Terri Minsky told him as such before filming his second ever episode.]]

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** There used to be a rather intense divide between those who thought TJ was gay-coded given his lack of interest in girls (most notably his storyline with Kira) and those who believed he could still be bi. The discourse got quite intense as accusations of homophobia and biphobia were thrown back and forth, but it came to an end when [[WordOfGod Luke Mullen confirmed TJ is gay and that Terri Minsky told him as such before filming his second ever episode.]]
** When people were trying to save the show after its cancellation, there was a small sector of the fandom who didn't want the show to be saved because they were fine with it being over and didn't want the ending to be ruined or for the show to go on forever and eventually stop being good. They started a #dontrenewandimack hashtag and all.


** TJ and Cyrus only getting to hold hands at the same time the show's major straight couple was kissing in the series finale naturally got a lot of people upset, with many suspecting ExecutiveMeddling similar to the infamous final scene of ''WesternAnimation/TheLegendOfKorra'', despite all the strides in homosexual representation that have been seen since then. WordOfGod replies that they didn’t feel the characters were at that place yet, since at their age simply holding hands can feel like as huge a step as kissing, and they didn’t want do do it just so they could say they’d done it. They also have confidence that more shows will follow through the door they opened, and are perfectly comfortable letting one of them have the honor of featuring the Disney Channel’s first gay kiss.

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** TJ and Cyrus only getting to hold hands at the same time the show's major straight couple was kissing in the series finale naturally got a lot of people upset, with many suspecting ExecutiveMeddling similar to the infamous final scene of ''WesternAnimation/TheLegendOfKorra'', despite all the strides in homosexual representation that have been seen since then. WordOfGod replies replied that they didn’t feel the characters were at that place yet, since at their age simply holding hands can feel like as huge a step as kissing, and they didn’t want do do it just so they could say they’d done it. They also have confidence that more shows will follow through the door they opened, and are perfectly comfortable letting one of them have the honor of featuring the Disney Channel’s first gay kiss.


** TJ and Cyrus only getting to hold hands at the same time the show's major straight couple was kissing in the series finale naturally got a lot of people upset, with many suspecting ExecutiveMeddling similar to the infamous final scene of ''WesternAnimation/TheLegendOfKorra'', despite all the strides in homosexual representation that have been seen since then.

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** TJ and Cyrus only getting to hold hands at the same time the show's major straight couple was kissing in the series finale naturally got a lot of people upset, with many suspecting ExecutiveMeddling similar to the infamous final scene of ''WesternAnimation/TheLegendOfKorra'', despite all the strides in homosexual representation that have been seen since then. WordOfGod replies that they didn’t feel the characters were at that place yet, since at their age simply holding hands can feel like as huge a step as kissing, and they didn’t want do do it just so they could say they’d done it. They also have confidence that more shows will follow through the door they opened, and are perfectly comfortable letting one of them have the honor of featuring the Disney Channel’s first gay kiss.


*** A number of fans disliked [[HateSink Morgan and Miranda's]] roles in the show and found their return in "The Ex Factor" to be pointless.
*** [[spoiler: [[TheUntwist Most people already knew that]] [[LikeYouWouldReallyDoIt Buffy would return after moving away]].]]

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*** ** A number of fans disliked [[HateSink Morgan and Miranda's]] roles in the show and found their return in "The Ex Factor" to be pointless.
*** ** [[spoiler: [[TheUntwist Most people already knew that]] [[LikeYouWouldReallyDoIt Buffy would return after moving away]].]]]]
** TJ and Cyrus only getting to hold hands at the same time the show's major straight couple was kissing in the series finale naturally got a lot of people upset, with many suspecting ExecutiveMeddling similar to the infamous final scene of ''WesternAnimation/TheLegendOfKorra'', despite all the strides in homosexual representation that have been seen since then.



* InternetBackdraft: TJ and Cyrus only getting to hold hands at the same time the show's major straight couple was kissing in the series finale naturally got a lot of people upset, with many suspecting ExecutiveMeddling similar to the infamous final scene of ''WesternAnimation/TheLegendOfKorra'', despite all the strides in homosexual representation that have been seen since then.

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* InternetBackdraft: TJ and Cyrus only getting to hold hands at the same time the show's major straight couple was kissing in the series finale naturally got a lot of people upset, with many suspecting ExecutiveMeddling similar to the infamous final scene of ''WesternAnimation/TheLegendOfKorra'', despite all the strides in homosexual representation that have been seen since then.


** After her initial appearance in “The New Girls” in which she falls out with Buffy, some fans were expecting her to turn out to be nice, but nearly everyone turned against her after her implied homophobia in “Mount Rushmore or Less”. Some fans still held out hope for a redemption arc, but between her disrespect towards Cyrus and controlling nature over TJ in “Unloading Zone” and “We Were Here”, she ended up being the only recurring teen antagonist to never be redeemed. (It’s possible her redemption arc was intentionally held off for a 4th Season).

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** After her Kira’s initial appearance in “The New Girls” in which she falls out with Buffy, Girls”, some fans were expecting her to turn out to be nice, but nearly everyone turned against her after her implied homophobia in “Mount Rushmore or Less”. Some fans still held out hope for a redemption arc, but between her disrespect towards Cyrus and rudeness, controlling nature over TJ nature, and manipulations in “Unloading Zone” and “We Were Here”, she Kira ended up being the only recurring teen antagonist to never be redeemed. (It’s possible her redemption arc was intentionally held off for a 4th Season).


** Barely anyone likes Kira after "Mount Rushmore or Less" due to her implied homophobia.

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** Barely anyone likes Kira After her initial appearance in “The New Girls” in which she falls out with Buffy, some fans were expecting her to turn out to be nice, but nearly everyone turned against her after "Mount her implied homophobia in “Mount Rushmore or Less" due to Less”. Some fans still held out hope for a redemption arc, but between her implied homophobia.disrespect towards Cyrus and controlling nature over TJ in “Unloading Zone” and “We Were Here”, she ended up being the only recurring teen antagonist to never be redeemed. (It’s possible her redemption arc was intentionally held off for a 4th Season).


* [[ItWasHisSled It Was His Sled]]/[[AllThereIsToKnowAboutTheCryingGame All There Is To Know About The Crying Game]]: It's not officially revealed [[spoiler:until season 2]], but [[spoiler:the fact that Cyrus is gay]] is probably ''the'' most well known thing about the show.

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* [[ItWasHisSled It Was His Sled]]/[[AllThereIsToKnowAboutTheCryingGame All There Is To Know About The Crying Game]]: It's not officially Bex being revealed [[spoiler:until season 2]], but [[spoiler:the fact that Cyrus as Andi's mother instead of her older sister is gay]] is probably ''the'' most well known only thing most people know about the show.show, followed by [[spoiler: Cyrus being gay]].

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* NarmCharm: The scene in the finale where [[spoiler: TJ reveals his full name to Cyrus, which leads into them holding hands. It's an otherwise relatively serious scene turned humourous by the fact that TJ's name turns out to be ''Thelonious Jagger'', [[UpToEleven made even sillier]] if you notice that 'Thelonious' is also, of all things, a subtle ''{{Westernanimation/Shrek}} reference''... but the whole scene is just too sweet to actually laugh at. Plus, the name being so goofy makes Cyrus loving it that much more heartwarming.]]

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