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* EarWorm: That catchy tune at the beginning and the end of the opening will have a hard time escaping your ears.

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** Said villain is hardly in their best shape though, as they have the power of all their awaken servants combined. The Cures managed to initiate the final battle without awakening all the servants, and wear the active servants down. This gave them a severely weakened villain, yet by that time they have all of BigGood’s power active.

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* MemeticMutation: [[Memes/PrettyCure See this page for examples.]]

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* RootingForTheEmpire: Similar to [[Anime/SmilePrettyCure Wolfrun]], Orba is one of the most popular Precure villains among females, and is viewed more often than all of the Maho Girls villains and even Kouchou. See the EvilIsSexy example above.


** Taken UpToEleven with the mouth-to-mouth feeding (read: BigDamnKiss, what doesn't help is that the emphasis on said scene and all the images of the two's previous memories during this part making it feel more like a BigDamnKiss rather than the former) in the manga.

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** Taken UpToEleven with the mouth-to-mouth feeding (read: BigDamnKiss, (read:TheBigDamnKiss, what doesn't help is that the emphasis on said scene and all the images of the two's previous memories during this part making it feel more like a BigDamnKiss TheBigDamnKiss rather than the former) in the manga.


* CounterpartComparison: Of ''Series/KamenRiderWizard'' and ''Series/MahouSentaiMagiranger'', fitting the magic theme.


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* FandomBerserkButton: For the Pretty Cure Wiki Wikia page, it's the "Riko vs. Liko" naming debate. Her page is currently locked down and set at "Riko" with anyone writing "Liko" having it changed to "Riko".

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* UnexpectedCharacter: Who expected [[Anime/KirakiraPrecureALaMode Ichika Usami/Cure Whip]] to show up in the final episode?


** The last scene of Episode 9, in which Riko catches up with Mirai on the train bound towards the No-Magic World.

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** The last scene of Episode 9, in which Riko catches up with Mirai on the train bound towards the No-Magic World. Said secene was even comparable to [[Anime/MobileSuitGundamSeed Justice Gundam trying to catch the launching shuttle while Freedom Gundam tries to catch it]], piloted by one of the biggest HoYay pairing in anime history. Make that what you like.


* CounterpartCOmparison: Of ''Series/KamenRiderWizard'' and ''Series/MahouSentaiMagiranger'', fitting the magic theme.

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* CounterpartCOmparison: CounterpartComparison: Of ''Series/KamenRiderWizard'' and ''Series/MahouSentaiMagiranger'', fitting the magic theme.

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* CounterpartCOmparison: Of ''Series/KamenRiderWizard'' and ''Series/MahouSentaiMagiranger'', fitting the magic theme.

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** Now in the post-mortem, among the fandom this show is constantly depicted, half-jokingly, as the story of a yuri couple raising a child.
** Taken UpToEleven with the mouth-to-mouth feeding (read: BigDamnKiss, what doesn't help is that the emphasis on said scene and all the images of the two's previous memories during this part making it feel more like a BigDamnKiss rather than the former) in the manga.


* UnexpectedCharacter: Who expected [[spoiler:[[Anime/KirakiraPrecureALaMode Ichika Usami/Cure Whip]]]] to show up in the final episode?


* BizarroEpisode: Episode 29 features the characters suddenly re-enacting not ''Literature/{{Cinderella}}'' but Mofuderella. The old, defeated villains return to play the roles of the wicked step-mother and step-siblings. There's a scene where the Cures attempt a transformation sequence where one of them is mouse sized. It is a weird, ''weird'' episode...and the worst part? ''It's plot relevant.''

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* BizarroEpisode: Episode 29 features the characters suddenly re-enacting not ''Literature/{{Cinderella}}'' but Mofuderella. The old, defeated villains return to play the roles of the wicked step-mother and step-siblings. There's a scene where the Cures attempt a transformation sequence where one of them is mouse sized.sized, as well as a scene in which the characters dance to {{Ondo}} music. It is a weird, ''weird'' episode...and the worst part? ''It's plot relevant.''

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