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* IncestYayShipping: In a rare adoptive family example, Riley and K are often the subject of [[RuleThirtyFour very lude fan-art and stories]].

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* IncestYayShipping: In a rare adoptive family example, Riley and K are often the subject of [[RuleThirtyFour very lude leud fan-art and stories]].


* ToughActToFollow: While the albums following it were well-received. ''Let It Be'' is often help up at the band's high point.

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* ToughActToFollow: While the albums following it were well-received. well-received, ''Let It Be'' is often help held up at the band's high point.

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** The band began growing stubble with ''Hootenanny'', which contained a few songs that were more introspective and very un-punk, like "Within Your Reach" and "Willpower".


* BrokenBase: The general reception of the second season was mixed between fans of the show. Some liked how the supporting cast got more time to develop thanks to the 30 minute runtime. Others felt that the overall changes were too jarring. Such as the change in art style, and downplaying the show's premise of Todd and Riley calling Fleemco to replace someone.



* RetroactiveRecognition: Story editor Scott Peterson would later go on to be the story editor for ''WesternAnimation/PhineasAndFerb'' and ''WesternAnimation/MiloMurphysLaw'' .

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* RetroactiveRecognition: Story editor Scott Peterson would later go on to be the story editor for ''WesternAnimation/PhineasAndFerb'' and ''WesternAnimation/MiloMurphysLaw'' .''WesternAnimation/MiloMurphysLaw'' , and be showrunner for ''WesternAnimation/TheLastKidsOnEarth'' .





* IncestYayShipping: In a rare adoptive family example, Riley and K are often the subject of [[RuleThirtyFour very lude fan-art and stories]].





* BrokenBase: The general reception of the second season was mixed between fans of the show. Some liked how the supporting cast got more time to develop thanks to the 30 minute runtime. Others felt that the overall changes were too jarring. Such as the change in art style, and downplaying the show concept of Todd and Riley calling Fleemco to replace someone.

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* BrokenBase: The general reception of the second season was mixed between fans of the show. Some liked how the supporting cast got more time to develop thanks to the 30 minute runtime. Others felt that the overall changes were too jarring. Such as the change in art style, and downplaying the show concept show's premise of Todd and Riley calling Fleemco to replace someone.

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* BrokenBase: The general reception of the second season was mixed between fans of the show. Some liked how the supporting cast got more time to develop thanks to the 30 minute runtime. Others felt that the overall changes were too jarring. Such as the change in art style, and downplaying the show concept of Todd and Riley calling Fleemco to replace someone.

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* RetroactiveRecognition: Story editor Scott Peterson would later go on to be the story editor for ''WesternAnimation/PhineasAndFerb'' and ''WesternAnimation/MiloMurphysLaw'' .

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* SugarWiki/HeartwarmingMoments: In "Truth or Daring", Riley, while under the effects of the "truth salt", is forced to admit that she has no idea how to set things right, but she still swears to set them right anyway and says she cares about her dad and thinks he's a good dad despite being a bad politician. Seeing as she was able to say that, that means she really does care about Dick.


* DieForOurShip: Sierra

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* DieForOurShip: SierraSierra is hated by fans who want Riley to end up with anyone but her, and thus usually have her set out to destroy her relationship with someone only for it to backfire.



* TheWoobie: Prince Cinnamon Boots.

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* TheWoobie: Prince Cinnamon Boots.Boots for always being forgotten by the family.



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* TheWoobie: Bob was by far the biggest one in the band, from his DarkAndTroubledPast, mental health issues and addiction problems that lasted until his death.

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* TheWoobie: Bob was by far the biggest one in the band, from his DarkAndTroubledPast, mental health issues and addiction problems that lasted until his death.death.
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* EarWorm: "Alex Chilton" and "Can't Hardly Wait" were clearly designed to invade people's heads. ''And never leave.''


* GrowingTheBeard: The first season was just passable, focusing on the gimmick with formulaic episodes. (The kids are displeased, someone is replaced, things are better, then they learn why the original was better and fix it.) However, by season 2, the gimmick was used in creative ways and the plots focused more on the characters themselves.

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* GrowingTheBeard: GrowingTheBeard:
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The first season was just passable, focusing on the gimmick with formulaic episodes. (The kids are displeased, someone is replaced, things are better, then they learn why the original was better and fix it.) However, by season 2, the gimmick was used in creative ways and the plots focused more on the characters themselves.


!![[WesternAnimation/TheReplacement The Disney series]]

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!![[WesternAnimation/TheReplacement !![[WesternAnimation/TheReplacements The Disney series]]


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