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** A noted in [[http://galaxy-warp.tumblr.com/post/143181812356/odd-and-chat-noir-tv-tropes this Tumblr post]], Chat has a lot in common with [[WesternAnimation/CodeLyoko Odd Della Robbia]].
*** He also possesses some similarities to [[WesternAnimation/{{Grossology}} Kid Rot]], both being teenage blonds with destruction-based powers, reliance on other living beings for said powers[[note]]Chat has Plagg, while Kid Rot has an artificially-created parasite[[/note]], dark color schemes, {{Woobie}} qualities, and crushes on the show's heroine; the big difference is that Kid Rot is a villain, while Chat is a hero.

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** A noted in [[http://galaxy-warp.tumblr.com/post/143181812356/odd-and-chat-noir-tv-tropes this Tumblr post]], Chat has a lot in common with [[WesternAnimation/CodeLyoko Odd Della Robbia]].
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Robbia]]. He also possesses some similarities to [[WesternAnimation/{{Grossology}} Kid Rot]], both being teenage blonds with destruction-based powers, reliance on other living beings for said powers[[note]]Chat has Plagg, while Kid Rot has an artificially-created parasite[[/note]], dark color schemes, {{Woobie}} qualities, and crushes on the show's heroine; the big difference is that Kid Rot is a villain, while Chat is a hero.


*** He also possesses some similarities to [[WesternAnimation/{{Grossology}} Kid Rot]], both being teenaged blonds with destruction-based powers, reliance on other living beings for said powers[[note]] Chat has Plagg, while Kid Rot has an artificially-created parasite[[/note]], dark color schemes, {{Woobie}} qualities, and crushes on the show's heroine; the big difference is that Kid Rot is a villain, while Chat is a hero.

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*** He also possesses some similarities to [[WesternAnimation/{{Grossology}} Kid Rot]], both being teenaged teenage blonds with destruction-based powers, reliance on other living beings for said powers[[note]] Chat powers[[note]]Chat has Plagg, while Kid Rot has an artificially-created parasite[[/note]], dark color schemes, {{Woobie}} qualities, and crushes on the show's heroine; the big difference is that Kid Rot is a villain, while Chat is a hero.



** Ultimately averted with Kagami and Luka. There was some controversy surrounding them when they were first leaked, as all initial information about them was limited to RomanticFalseLead. However, reception was bettered for the both of them as more information was released:

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** Ultimately Mostly averted with Kagami and Luka. There was some controversy surrounding them when they were first leaked, as all initial information about them was limited to RomanticFalseLead. However, reception was bettered for the both of them as more information was released:released (though they still earned the ire of some hardcore Ladynoir/Adrinette shippers):



*** Despite this, both have become quickly target of the more diehard Marinette/Adrien shippers.


** Not instructing Lady Wifi to pull out Ladybug's earrings may not be an error so much as a plot point too subtle to be clear. Lady Wifi had just attempted to pull the mask from Ladybug's face, only to find it ''was fused to her skin via magic''. It would be logical to assume that the earrings (an even more crucial accoutrement) might also be fused while Ladybug was transformed. Later, of course, Hawkmoth could test this out with his own Miraculous and discover it wasn't so; but it wasn't an unreasonable assumption at the time.


* BrokenBase: Fans have started to note that, though Season 2 has revealed a LOT of new information [[spoiler: (Tikki and Plagg now know Chat Noir and Ladybug's secret identities, Ladybug knows about Chat's true feelings for her, etc.)]] it's had no impact on the plot whatsoever. Reveals come and go, and are never mentioned again. One of the final straws for the fandom was that in the episode Troublemaker, Adrien finally [[spoiler: finds out about Marinette's StalkerShrine to him.]] The episode seemed to imply he now knew about her crush on him, and many fans took it that way until Thomas Astruc posted on Twitter that that was not the case. Many have begun to criticise the writers for trying too hard to maintain the status quo in order to [[CashCowFranchise milk the series for as long as it can]]. This, combined with the frequent scheduling gaps and changes, is turning a lot of fans off to the show, with a fair few noting that as of writing we're 40 episodes in and have seen next to no CharacterDevelopment or plot advancement.

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* BrokenBase: Fans have started to note that, though Season 2 has revealed a LOT of new information [[spoiler: (Tikki and Plagg now know Chat Noir and Ladybug's secret identities, Ladybug knows about Chat's true feelings for her, etc.)]] it's had no impact on the plot whatsoever. Reveals come and go, and are never mentioned again. One of the final straws for the fandom was that in the episode Troublemaker, Adrien finally [[spoiler: finds out about Marinette's StalkerShrine to him.]] The episode seemed to imply he now knew about her crush on him, and many fans took it that way until Thomas Astruc posted on Twitter that that was not the case. Many have begun to criticise the writers for trying too hard to maintain the status quo in order to [[CashCowFranchise milk the series for as long as it can]]. This, combined with the frequent scheduling gaps and changes, is turning a lot of fans off to the show, with a fair few noting that as of writing we're 40 episodes in and have seen next to no CharacterDevelopment or plot advancement.


*** This is becoming a recurring complaint about Adrien/Cat Noir, as the few episodes where he exhibits any flaws at all seem to be more interested in painting him as TheWoobie than in actually developing him, and it's becoming [[https://twitter.com/Thomas_Astruc/status/1010574193577127936 increasingly apparent]] that the writers aren't aware of the problem.

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*** This is becoming a recurring complaint about Adrien/Cat Noir, as the few episodes where he exhibits any flaws at all seem to be more interested in painting him as TheWoobie than in actually developing him, and it's becoming [[https://twitter.com/Thomas_Astruc/status/1010574193577127936 increasingly apparent]] that the writers aren't aware of the problem.


** In "Copycat", Cat Noir smugly lies about his relationship with Ladybug in to Théo, causing him to get akumatized, and Adrien shows no remorse when Plagg calls him on his jealousy. While he does acknowledge to Ladybug that he got himself into this mess, he very deliberately doesn't tell her ''how'', instead deflecting her question by pointing out that she didn't show up to the statue unveiling. He tries to capture Copycat himself in an attempt to hide his lie, getting himself captured and used as bait in the process, and after Ladybug saves him, he still doesn't own up to his lie or apologise to Théo, leaving her to apologise for her absence as if that had been the cause of the akuma. He exits the scene on a slightly bitter note with a remark about how "his crush got crushed... that makes two of us" (referring to her stated assumption about "which cat was really in love with me".) The context wants the audience to be sympathetic over Adrien's heartache, but it's lost on given how he acts like he's entitled to Ladybug and doesn't even show a ounce of remorse over what he did, even transferring the blames on the "girl he loves". Here's however some logical explanation on the [[Fridge/MiraculousLadybug Fridge Page]] of the show.

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** In "Copycat", Cat Noir smugly lies about his relationship with Ladybug in to Théo, causing him to get akumatized, and Adrien shows no remorse when Plagg calls him on his jealousy. While he does acknowledge to Ladybug that he got himself into this mess, he very deliberately doesn't tell her ''how'', instead deflecting her question by pointing out that she didn't show up to the statue unveiling. He tries to capture Copycat himself in an attempt to hide his lie, getting himself captured and used as bait in the process, and after Ladybug saves him, he still doesn't own up to his lie or apologise to Théo, leaving her to apologise for her absence as if that had been the cause of the akuma. He exits the scene on a slightly bitter note with a remark about how "his crush got crushed... that makes two of us" (referring to her stated assumption about "which cat was really in love with me".) The context wants the audience to be sympathetic over Adrien's heartache, but it's lost on given how he acts like he's entitled to Ladybug and doesn't even show a ounce of remorse over what he did, even transferring the blames on the "girl he loves". Here's however some logical explanation on the [[Fridge/MiraculousLadybug Fridge Page]] of the show.


** In "Copycat", Cat Noir smugly lies about his relationship with Ladybug in to Théo, causing him to get akumatized, and Adrien shows no remorse when Plagg calls him on his jealousy. While he does acknowledge to Ladybug that he got himself into this mess, he very deliberately doesn't tell her ''how'', instead deflecting her question by pointing out that she didn't show up to the statue unveiling. He tries to capture Copycat himself in an attempt to hide his lie, getting himself captured and used as bait in the process, and after Ladybug saves him, he still doesn't own up to his lie or apologise to Théo, leaving her to apologise for her absence as if that had been the cause of the akuma. He exits the scene on a slightly bitter note with a remark about how "his crush got crushed... that makes two of us" (referring to her stated assumption about "which cat was really in love with me".) The context wants the audience to be sympathetic over Adrien's heartache, but it's lost on given how he acts like he's entitled to Ladybug and doesn't even show a ounce of remorse over what he did, even transferring the blames on the "girl he loves".

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** In "Copycat", Cat Noir smugly lies about his relationship with Ladybug in to Théo, causing him to get akumatized, and Adrien shows no remorse when Plagg calls him on his jealousy. While he does acknowledge to Ladybug that he got himself into this mess, he very deliberately doesn't tell her ''how'', instead deflecting her question by pointing out that she didn't show up to the statue unveiling. He tries to capture Copycat himself in an attempt to hide his lie, getting himself captured and used as bait in the process, and after Ladybug saves him, he still doesn't own up to his lie or apologise to Théo, leaving her to apologise for her absence as if that had been the cause of the akuma. He exits the scene on a slightly bitter note with a remark about how "his crush got crushed... that makes two of us" (referring to her stated assumption about "which cat was really in love with me".) The context wants the audience to be sympathetic over Adrien's heartache, but it's lost on given how he acts like he's entitled to Ladybug and doesn't even show a ounce of remorse over what he did, even transferring the blames on the "girl he loves". Here's however some logical explanation on the [[Fridge/MiraculousLadybug Fridge Page]] of the show.


** This is becoming a recurring complaint about Adrien/Cat Noir, as the few episodes where he exhibits any flaws at all seem to be more interested in painting him as TheWoobie than in actually developing him, and it's becoming [[https://lnc2.tumblr.com/image/175191869395 increasingly]] [[https://78.media.tumblr.com/85d33e3331158b75086b0bc4ac59ca86/tumblr_inline_patnbejeVk1thhtql_1280.png apparent]] that the writers aren't aware of the problem.
*** In "Copycat", Cat Noir smugly lies about his relationship with Ladybug in to Théo, causing him to get akumatized, and Adrien shows no remorse when Plagg calls him on his jealousy. While he does acknowledge to Ladybug that he got himself into this mess, he very deliberately doesn't tell her ''how'', instead deflecting her question by pointing out that she didn't show up to the statue unveiling. He tries to capture Copycat himself in an attempt to hide his lie, getting himself captured and used as bait in the process, and after Ladybug saves him, he still doesn't own up to his lie or apologise to Théo, leaving her to apologise for her absence as if that had been the cause of the akuma. He exits the scene on a slightly bitter note with a remark about how "his crush got crushed... that makes two of us" (referring to her stated assumption about "which cat was really in love with me".) The context wants the audience to be sympathetic over Adrien's heartache, but it's lost on given how he acts like he's entitled to Ladybug and doesn't even show a ounce of remorse over what he did, even transferring the blames on the "girl he loves".
*** In "Glaciator," Cat Noir invites Ladybug out to dinner that night. She tells him she already has plans, only giving him a "We'll see," when he asks if she might change her mind. Cat latches onto the fact at she "didn't say no", and goes all out to set up a romantic candlelit dinner, in the process blowing off the plans that he made with Marinette, Nino and his other classmates, setting himself up for heartbreak when she doesn't come. After Glaciator attacks and Ladybug shows up, Cat doesn't want to cooperate with her plans, lashing out at her for standing him up even though she never promised him anything. He does eventually apologise himself, as well as accepting her rejection and the fact that she has feelings for someone else with at least some maturity, but plenty of fans felt it was too little too late.
*** In "Syren", Cat Noir gets upset about Ladybug [[LockedOutOfTheLoop keeping Miraculous-related secrets from him]], leading him to question whether she trusts him as her partner at all. To some extent his attitude is understandable, since Ladybug doesn't just tell him that this isn't her secret to reveal and it's something even she wasn't supposed to find out about. But after Adrien starts trying to offer Plagg massive bribes (in cheese) for the secrets she's keeping and then goes so far as to threaten to give up his ring while Paris is still flooded from an ongoing akuma attack, it makes Master Fu's choice to keep him out of the loop a lot more justifiable, and it makes Fu's subsequent decision to reveal himself to Adrien look completely unearned.

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** This is becoming a recurring complaint about Adrien/Cat Noir, as the few episodes where he exhibits any flaws at all seem to be more interested in painting him as TheWoobie than in actually developing him, and it's becoming [[https://lnc2.tumblr.com/image/175191869395 increasingly]] [[https://78.media.tumblr.com/85d33e3331158b75086b0bc4ac59ca86/tumblr_inline_patnbejeVk1thhtql_1280.png apparent]] that the writers aren't aware of the problem.
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In "Copycat", Cat Noir smugly lies about his relationship with Ladybug in to Théo, causing him to get akumatized, and Adrien shows no remorse when Plagg calls him on his jealousy. While he does acknowledge to Ladybug that he got himself into this mess, he very deliberately doesn't tell her ''how'', instead deflecting her question by pointing out that she didn't show up to the statue unveiling. He tries to capture Copycat himself in an attempt to hide his lie, getting himself captured and used as bait in the process, and after Ladybug saves him, he still doesn't own up to his lie or apologise to Théo, leaving her to apologise for her absence as if that had been the cause of the akuma. He exits the scene on a slightly bitter note with a remark about how "his crush got crushed... that makes two of us" (referring to her stated assumption about "which cat was really in love with me".) The context wants the audience to be sympathetic over Adrien's heartache, but it's lost on given how he acts like he's entitled to Ladybug and doesn't even show a ounce of remorse over what he did, even transferring the blames on the "girl he loves". \n*** In "Glaciator," Cat Noir invites Ladybug out to dinner that night. She tells him she already has plans, only giving him a "We'll see," when he asks if she might change her mind. Cat latches onto the fact at she "didn't say no", and goes all out to set up a romantic candlelit dinner, in the process blowing off the plans that he made with Marinette, Nino and his other classmates, setting himself up for heartbreak when she doesn't come. After Glaciator attacks and Ladybug shows up, Cat doesn't want to cooperate with her plans, lashing out at her for standing him up even though she never promised him anything. He does eventually apologise himself, as well as accepting her rejection and the fact that she has feelings for someone else with at least some maturity, but plenty of fans felt it was too little too late.\n*** In "Syren", Cat Noir gets upset about Ladybug [[LockedOutOfTheLoop keeping Miraculous-related secrets from him]], leading him to question whether she trusts him as her partner at all. To some extent his attitude is understandable, since Ladybug doesn't just tell him that this isn't her secret to reveal and it's something even she wasn't supposed to find out about. But after Adrien starts trying to offer Plagg massive bribes (in cheese) for the secrets she's keeping and then goes so far as to threaten to give up his ring while Paris is still flooded from an ongoing akuma attack, it makes Master Fu's choice to keep him out of the loop a lot more justifiable, and it makes Fu's subsequent decision to reveal himself to Adrien look completely unearned.


*** In "Syren", Cat Noir gets upset about Ladybug [[LockedOutOfTheLoop keeping Miraculous-related secrets from him]], leading him to question whether she trusts him as her partner at all. To some extent his attitude is understandable, since Ladybug doesn't just tell him that this isn't her secret to reveal and it's something even she wasn't supposed to find out about. But after Adrien starts trying to offer Plagg massive bribes (in cheese) for the secrets she's keeping and then goes so far as to threaten to give him his ring, it makes Master Fu's choice to keep him out of the loop a lot more justifiable, and it makes Fu's subsequent decision to reveal himself to Adrien look completely unearned.

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*** In "Syren", Cat Noir gets upset about Ladybug [[LockedOutOfTheLoop keeping Miraculous-related secrets from him]], leading him to question whether she trusts him as her partner at all. To some extent his attitude is understandable, since Ladybug doesn't just tell him that this isn't her secret to reveal and it's something even she wasn't supposed to find out about. But after Adrien starts trying to offer Plagg massive bribes (in cheese) for the secrets she's keeping and then goes so far as to threaten to give him up his ring, ring while Paris is still flooded from an ongoing akuma attack, it makes Master Fu's choice to keep him out of the loop a lot more justifiable, and it makes Fu's subsequent decision to reveal himself to Adrien look completely unearned.


*** In "Syren", Cat Noir gets upset about Ladybug [[LockedOutOfTheLoop keeping Miraculous-related secrets from him]], leading him to question whether she trusts him as her partner at all. To some extent his attitude is understandable, since Ladybug doesn't just tell him that this isn't her secret and it's something even she wasn't supposed to find out about. But after Adrien starts trying to offer Plagg massive bribes (in cheese) for the secrets she's keeping and then goes so far as to threaten to give him his ring, it makes Master Fu's choice to keep him out of the loop a lot more justifiable, and it makes Fu's subsequent decision to reveal himself to Adrien look completely unearned.

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*** In "Syren", Cat Noir gets upset about Ladybug [[LockedOutOfTheLoop keeping Miraculous-related secrets from him]], leading him to question whether she trusts him as her partner at all. To some extent his attitude is understandable, since Ladybug doesn't just tell him that this isn't her secret to reveal and it's something even she wasn't supposed to find out about. But after Adrien starts trying to offer Plagg massive bribes (in cheese) for the secrets she's keeping and then goes so far as to threaten to give him his ring, it makes Master Fu's choice to keep him out of the loop a lot more justifiable, and it makes Fu's subsequent decision to reveal himself to Adrien look completely unearned.


** One of Adrien/Cat Noir's most criticised moments in season 1 was his lie to Theo which caused the events of "Copycat" and the fact that he got away with it, while misleading Ladybug into believing it was her fault. It's made especially frustrating by the fact that this is one of the few episode where he exhibits any flaws at all, whereas Marinette has had several which have nearly always shown her learning a lesson from them). [[spoiler:The season 2 episode "Glaciator" also revolves around his entitlement issues towards Ladybug, featuring him treating her with undeserved bitterness after she doesn't show up to a date he set up, which she never actually promised to and told him upfront that she already had plans, only giving him a "we'll see" after he asked if she might change her mind. The episode ultimately has him apologise for his behaviour during the fight, while also accepting her rejection and the fact that she likes someone else (she thinks) with more maturity. Reactions to this have been mixed, however, with some glad to see both some brattiness and some growth from him, but others feeling that his behaviour was unpleasant enough that his apology was too little too late.]]



* {{Squick}}: Theo Barbot's infatuation with Ladybug can fall into this due to her being visibly in her mid-teens and him seemingly in his early-twenties. And even if you assume that people aren't supposed to notice the heroes' ages due to the magic of the Miraculous, the fact that [[https://78.media.tumblr.com/9391c581587f172f1306d5d161a6e9e0/tumblr_inline_o3h5phR5ln1sous9g_500.png he's also been linked]] to the similarly-aged Mireille raises some questinos.

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* {{Squick}}: Theo Barbot's infatuation with Ladybug can fall into this due to her being visibly in her mid-teens and him seemingly in his early-twenties. And even if you assume that people aren't supposed to notice the heroes' ages due to the magic of the Miraculous, the fact that [[https://78.media.tumblr.com/9391c581587f172f1306d5d161a6e9e0/tumblr_inline_o3h5phR5ln1sous9g_500.png he's also been linked]] to the similarly-aged Mireille raises some questinos.questions.



** Adrien/Cat Noir smugly lies about his relationship with Ladybug in "Copycat" to Théo, causing him to get akumatized, and shows no remorse when Plagg calls him on his jealousy. He ''does'' acknowledge to Ladybug that he got himself into this mess, but he very deliberately doesn't tell her ''how'', instead deflecting the question by pointing out that she didn't show up to the statue unveiling. He tries to capture Copycat himself in an attempt to hide his lie, getting himself captured and used as bait in the process, and after Ladybug saves him, he still doesn't own up to his lie or apologise to Théo, leaving her to apologise for her absence as if that had been the cause of the akuma. He exits the scene on a slightly bitter note with a remark about how "his crush got crushed... that makes two of us" (referring to her stated assumption about "which cat was really in love with me".) The context wants the audience to be sympathetic over Adrien's heartache, but it's lost on given how he acts like he's entitled to Ladybug and doesn't even show a ounce of remorse over what he did, even transferring the blames on the "girl he loves".
*** From the same episode, Théo (the akumatized Copycat) can fall into this, thanks to just how he expresses his jealousy in the scene before he gets akumatized: he's no better in the EntitledToHaveYou department than Cat Noir was, and there's something unsettling about the fact that he gets this worked up over a superhero he seemingly hadn't met in person before who is visibly a lot younger than him.

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** This is becoming a recurring complaint about Adrien/Cat Noir, as the few episodes where he exhibits any flaws at all seem to be more interested in painting him as TheWoobie than in actually developing him, and it's becoming [[https://lnc2.tumblr.com/image/175191869395 increasingly]] [[https://78.media.tumblr.com/85d33e3331158b75086b0bc4ac59ca86/tumblr_inline_patnbejeVk1thhtql_1280.png apparent]] that the writers aren't aware of the problem.
*** In "Copycat", Cat
Noir smugly lies about his relationship with Ladybug in "Copycat" to Théo, causing him to get akumatized, and Adrien shows no remorse when Plagg calls him on his jealousy. He ''does'' While he does acknowledge to Ladybug that he got himself into this mess, but he very deliberately doesn't tell her ''how'', instead deflecting the her question by pointing out that she didn't show up to the statue unveiling. He tries to capture Copycat himself in an attempt to hide his lie, getting himself captured and used as bait in the process, and after Ladybug saves him, he still doesn't own up to his lie or apologise to Théo, leaving her to apologise for her absence as if that had been the cause of the akuma. He exits the scene on a slightly bitter note with a remark about how "his crush got crushed... that makes two of us" (referring to her stated assumption about "which cat was really in love with me".) The context wants the audience to be sympathetic over Adrien's heartache, but it's lost on given how he acts like he's entitled to Ladybug and doesn't even show a ounce of remorse over what he did, even transferring the blames on the "girl he loves".
*** From In "Glaciator," Cat Noir invites Ladybug out to dinner that night. She tells him she already has plans, only giving him a "We'll see," when he asks if she might change her mind. Cat latches onto the same episode, fact at she "didn't say no", and goes all out to set up a romantic candlelit dinner, in the process blowing off the plans that he made with Marinette, Nino and his other classmates, setting himself up for heartbreak when she doesn't come. After Glaciator attacks and Ladybug shows up, Cat doesn't want to cooperate with her plans, lashing out at her for standing him up even though she never promised him anything. He does eventually apologise himself, as well as accepting her rejection and the fact that she has feelings for someone else with at least some maturity, but plenty of fans felt it was too little too late.
*** In "Syren", Cat Noir gets upset about Ladybug [[LockedOutOfTheLoop keeping Miraculous-related secrets from him]], leading him to question whether she trusts him as her partner at all. To some extent his attitude is understandable, since Ladybug doesn't just tell him that this isn't her secret and it's something even she wasn't supposed to find out about. But after Adrien starts trying to offer Plagg massive bribes (in cheese) for the secrets she's keeping and then goes so far as to threaten to give him his ring, it makes Master Fu's choice to keep him out of the loop a lot more justifiable, and it makes Fu's subsequent decision to reveal himself to Adrien look completely unearned.
** Also from "Copycat",
Théo (the akumatized Copycat) can fall into this, thanks to just how he expresses his jealousy in the scene before he gets akumatized: he's no better in the EntitledToHaveYou department than Cat Noir was, and there's something unsettling about the fact that he gets this worked up over a superhero he seemingly hadn't met in person before who is visibly a lot younger than him.


** "She's just a friend." [[note]]This became very popular after the script reading of a season 2 episode at the Miraculous panel at SDCC 2017, in which Adrien's response to the pictures featuring him in Marinette's room is a base-breaking "she's just a friend"[[/note]]

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** "She's just a friend." [[note]]This became very popular after the script reading of a season 2 episode at the Miraculous panel at SDCC 2017, in which Adrien's response to the pictures featuring him in Marinette's room is a base-breaking "she's just a friend"[[/note]]friend", although the line ultimately did not make it into the final episode.[[/note]]


** [[https://youtu.be/ax2If1QXtq0 Judging from the teaser]], "Troublemaker" is going to be another episode like this: [[spoiler: ''besides'' the fact that the VillainOfTheWeek can be seen pulling an earring off of Ladybug (just like what happened in "Dark Owl"), it looks like, thanks to a series of events, Adrien's ''finally'' going to figure out Marinette has a crush on him!]]

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** [[https://youtu.be/ax2If1QXtq0 Judging from the teaser]], "Troublemaker" is going to be another episode like this: [[spoiler: ''besides'' the fact that the VillainOfTheWeek can be seen pulling an earring off of Ladybug (just like what happened in "Dark Owl"), it looks like, thanks to a series of events, Adrien's ''finally'' going to figure out Marinette has a crush on him!]]him! Though an early script reading for this episode may have already indicated that Adrien [[ObliviousToLove still considers Marinette a friend]] regardless as questioned by Plagg after the television crew filmed Marinette's bedroom walls.]]

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