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* AlternativeCharacterInterpretation: The Fanfic/UtterTripeReviews crew believes that Danisha is brainwashing Frollo, and any instance where he acts in-character is [[AndIMustScream him knowing what's happening to him and trying to break free.]]

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The Fanfic/UtterTripeReviews crew believes that Danisha is brainwashing Frollo, and any instance where he acts in-character is [[AndIMustScream him knowing what's happening to him and trying to break free.]]]]
** Greenery Gripes of Blog/DasSporking starts to think that Danisha's friend Fern (who brought her to Medieval Paris in the first place) hates Danisha and brought her to the Medieval era with the intent of leaving her behind to die.


** Danisha occasionally speaking in 'old negro dialect', whatever that means, and everyone understands her as if it would translate fluently into Old French.
*** Adding to that, during the party that Danisha throws later in the story, she and her friends decide to get up on stage, and sing a bunch of Motown songs. One can only imagine what that sounds like in Old French.

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** Danisha occasionally speaking in 'old negro dialect', whatever that means, and everyone understands her as if it would translate fluently into Old Middle French.
*** Adding to that, during the party that Danisha throws later in the story, she and her friends decide to get up on stage, and sing a bunch of Motown songs. One can only imagine what that sounds like in Old Middle French.


** Danisha thinks Christopher Columbus was Spanish (he was Italian) and that America was a country during the 1480s (it wasn't and hadn't been discovered yet, though it would be merely a decade later, by any Europeans except for some Vikings a millennia before). The worst part is that both she and her real life counterpart are Social Studies teachers.

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** Danisha thinks Christopher Columbus UsefulNotes/ChristopherColumbus was Spanish (he was Italian) and that America was a country during the 1480s (it wasn't and hadn't been discovered yet, though it would be merely a decade later, by any Europeans except for some Vikings a millennia before). The worst part is that both she and her real life counterpart are Social Studies teachers.



* HoYay: In one of the follow-up stories "Did It Blow Your Mind, Claude Frollo?", it almost seemed like Iggy (another one of the author's characters) was going to develop a romance with Claude's brother, Jehan given how much the narrative pointed out how similar the two of them were, only for Iggy to [[StrangledByTheRedString end up with his ex-girlfriend via extreme contrivance]].

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In one of the follow-up stories "Did It Blow Your Mind, Claude Frollo?", it almost seemed like Iggy (another one of the author's characters) was going to develop a romance with Claude's brother, Jehan given how much the narrative pointed out how similar the two of them were, only for Iggy to [[StrangledByTheRedString end up with his ex-girlfriend via extreme contrivance]].


* FridgeHorror: In her author's notes, Creator/FrolloFreak tells the readers that she based a trio of her [=OCs=] off of [[WriteWhoYouKnow former students]]. Two of these characters happen to [[KilledOffForReal die horribly]]...
* HilariousInHindsight: The story's portrayal of Frollo is actually fairly accurate to how he was in [[Literature/TheHunchbackOfNotreDame the original novel]] - although it's still a lot more charitable.

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* FridgeHorror: In her author's notes, Creator/FrolloFreak tells the readers that she based a trio of her [=OCs=] off of [[WriteWhoYouKnow former students]]. Two of these characters happen to [[KilledOffForReal die horribly]]...
horribly]]
* HilariousInHindsight: HarsherInHindsight: Danisha accidentally hits a ball through one of Notre Dame's windows at one point. In 2019, Notre Dame suffered far more extensive damage in a massive fire.
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The story's portrayal of Frollo is actually fairly accurate to how he was in [[Literature/TheHunchbackOfNotreDame the original novel]] - although it's still a lot more charitable.


** LesYay: Danisha seems to be very close to her friend Fern and rarely has a bad thing to say about her. The two of them seem to naturally get along in a more healthy way than Danisha and Frollo do, so much so that one almost has to wonder why these two aren't in a relationship together instead. (Of course Danisha's only been with men and Fern's married, but [[BiTheWay there are ways around that]].)

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** LesYay: Danisha seems to be very close to her friend Fern and rarely has a bad thing to say about her. The two of them seem to naturally get along in a more healthy way than Danisha and Frollo do, so much so that one almost has to wonder why these two aren't in a relationship together instead. (Of course Danisha's only been with men and Fern's married, but [[BiTheWay there are ways around that]].))
* InformedWrongness: At one point, Claude is meant to be seen as wrong for telling Danisha she must work for him the rest of her vacation and confiscating her signed baseball after she accidentally breaks a church window. This actually comes of as a reasonable (hell, given who he is, even ''light'') punishment for destroying church property, yet she refuses to accept responsibility and ends up ''punching Frollo in the face.'' [[ArsonMurderAndJaywalking Also, why would she use a signed baseball (considering she could probably lose it) to teach kids how to play the sport?]]

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* AlternativeCharacterInterpretation: The Fanfic/UtterTripeReviews crew believes that Danisha is brainwashing Frollo, and any instance where he acts in-character is [[AndIMustScream him knowing what's happening to him and trying to break free.]]

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** Really, the general idea of ''Judge Claude Frollo'' being a MrFanservice ChickMagnet can cause readers to become disgusted.


** Danisha thinks Christopher Columbus was Spanish (he was Italian) and that America was a country during the 1480s (it wasn't and hadn't been discovered yet). The worst part is that both she and her real life counterpart are Social Studies teachers.

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** Danisha thinks Christopher Columbus was Spanish (he was Italian) and that America was a country during the 1480s (it wasn't and hadn't been discovered yet).yet, though it would be merely a decade later, by any Europeans except for some Vikings a millennia before). The worst part is that both she and her real life counterpart are Social Studies teachers.



** Additionally, Danisha goes around her first visit to Medieval Paris managing to wear an outfit that shows off her legs and everyone runs to her and wants to talk to her. Except that in Medieval Paris a woman wearing a fancy but revealing outfit would likely be mistaken for a prostitute.
** The fact that glass windows were not available to the peasants, and the glass windows that existed were not transparent.
** Danisha occasionally speaking in 'old negro dialect', and everyone understanding her as if it would translate fluently into French.
** Adding to that, during the party that Danisha throws later in the story, she and her friends decide to get up on stage, and sing a bunch of Motown songs. One can only imagine what that sounds like in French.
** Also during the party, Danisha, and company cook up a bunch of food that Medieval Parisians would have never seen before, and yet they expect them to all eat, and love it. Additionally, the food served probably contains chemicals, and additives [[NiceJobBreakingItHero that would most likely end up getting all the Parisians sick.]]

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** Additionally, Danisha goes around her first visit to Medieval Paris managing to wear an outfit that shows off her legs and everyone runs to her and wants to talk to her. Except that in Medieval Paris a woman wearing a fancy but revealing outfit would likely be mistaken for a prostitute.
prostitute. She would be a foreign prostitute, at that.
** The fact that glass Glass windows were not available to the peasants, and the glass windows that existed were not transparent.
transparent.
** Danisha occasionally speaking in 'old negro dialect', whatever that means, and everyone understanding understands her as if it would translate fluently into Old French.
** *** Adding to that, during the party that Danisha throws later in the story, she and her friends decide to get up on stage, and sing a bunch of Motown songs. One can only imagine what that sounds like in Old French.
** Also during the party, Danisha, Danisha and company cook up a bunch of food that Medieval Parisians would have never seen before, and yet they expect them to all eat, and love it.it right off the bat. Additionally, the food served probably contains chemicals, and additives [[NiceJobBreakingItHero that would most likely end up getting all the Parisians sick.]]

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** In one of the sequels, Frollo and Danisha have a daughter. Guess which Hunchback of Notre Dame character has a daughter in the {{Film/Descendants}} books?


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* {{Squick}}: In addition to having sexually suggestive things in Back to the Frollo, the author has a whole separate subsection full of oneshots where Danisha and Frollo do the do in more detail.
** The only exception is that there is an entry where Jehan, Frollo's brother, fantasizes about him and Danisha going at it.

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* HoYay: In one of the follow-up stories "Did It Blow Your Mind, Claude Frollo?", it almost seemed like Iggy (another one of the author's characters) was going to develop a romance with Claude's brother, Jehan given how much the narrative pointed out how similar the two of them were, only for Iggy to [[StrangledByTheRedString end up with his ex-girlfriend via extreme contrivance]].
** LesYay: Danisha seems to be very close to her friend Fern and rarely has a bad thing to say about her. The two of them seem to naturally get along in a more healthy way than Danisha and Frollo do, so much so that one almost has to wonder why these two aren't in a relationship together instead. (Of course Danisha's only been with men and Fern's married, but [[BiTheWay there are ways around that]].)


** Adding to that, during the party that Danisha throws later in the story, her and her friends decide to get up on stage, and sing a bunch of Motown songs. One can only imagine what that sounds like in French.

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** Adding to that, during the party that Danisha throws later in the story, her she and her friends decide to get up on stage, and sing a bunch of Motown songs. One can only imagine what that sounds like in French.


* MarySue: Danisha, complete with being a RelationshipSue for Frollo, as well as a JerkSue and FixerSue.


* CriticalResearchFailure: Danisha thinks Christopher Columbus was Spanish (he was Italian) and that America was a country during the 1480s (it wasn't and hadn't been discovered yet). The worst part is that both she and her real life counterpart are Social Studies teachers.

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* CriticalResearchFailure: Danisha A ''lot'' of it shows up in this story.
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thinks Christopher Columbus was Spanish (he was Italian) and that America was a country during the 1480s (it wasn't and hadn't been discovered yet). The worst part is that both she and her real life counterpart are Social Studies teachers.




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** Danisha sometimes speaks in 'old negro dialect', despite the fact that they are speaking French, and some

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** Danisha sometimes speaks occasionally speaking in 'old negro dialect', despite the fact that they are speaking French, and someeveryone understanding her as if it would translate fluently into French.

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