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* ValuesDissonance: Most stories have some questionable elements, this is justified, since they are WesternAnimation/SouthPark fanfics.

** the boys’ treatment of Charlie in some stories can be viewed as sexist, but most notably in ''Mysterion Has Tittyvision'' where they treat her horribly, doesn’t allow her to join their Super Heroes’ group and in the end, they never get called out for doing that and in ''Girls Scoults'' is implied that they not even consider her as their friend.

** Charlie’s personality, she is TheIngenue who is often submissive towards the boys and rarely complains when they make fun of her, feminist readers could easily see her as a passive female character who barely stands up for herself.


* ValuesDissonance: Most stories have some questionable elements, [[Justified]], since they are WesternAnimation/SouthPark fanfics.

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* ValuesDissonance: Most stories have some questionable elements, [[Justified]], this is justified, since they are WesternAnimation/SouthPark fanfics.


** the boys’ treatment of Charlie in some stories can be viewed as sexist, but most notably in ''Mysterion has Tittyvision'' where they treat her horribly, doesn’t allow her to join their Super Heroes’ group and in the end, they never get called out for doing that and in ''Girls Scoults'' is implied that they not even consider her as their friend.

** Charlie’s personality, she is TheIngenue who is often submissive towards the boys and rarely complains when they make fun of her, feminist readers could easily see her as a passive female character.

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** the boys’ treatment of Charlie in some stories can be viewed as sexist, but most notably in ''Mysterion has Has Tittyvision'' where they treat her horribly, doesn’t allow her to join their Super Heroes’ group and in the end, they never get called out for doing that and in ''Girls Scoults'' is implied that they not even consider her as their friend.

** Charlie’s personality, she is TheIngenue who is often submissive towards the boys and rarely complains when they make fun of her, feminist readers could easily see her as a passive female character.
character who barely stands up for herself.


* ValuesDissonance: Most stories have some questionable elements, Justified, since this is WesternAnimation/SouthPark we are talking about.

** the boys’ treatment of Charlie in some stories can be viewed as sexist, but most notably in ''Mysterion has Tittyvision'' where they treat her horribly, doesn’t allow her to join their Super Hero’s group and in the end, they never get called out for doing that and in ''Girls Scoults'' is implied that they not even consider her as their friend.

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* ValuesDissonance: Most stories have some questionable elements, Justified, [[Justified]], since this is they are WesternAnimation/SouthPark we are talking about.fanfics.

** the boys’ treatment of Charlie in some stories can be viewed as sexist, but most notably in ''Mysterion has Tittyvision'' where they treat her horribly, doesn’t allow her to join their Super Hero’s Heroes’ group and in the end, they never get called out for doing that and in ''Girls Scoults'' is implied that they not even consider her as their friend.


** the boys’ treatment of Charlie in some stories can be viewed as sexist, but most notably in ''Mysterion has TittyVision'' where they treat her horribly, doesn’t allow her to join their Super Hero’s group and in the end, they never get called out for doing that and in ''Girls Scoults'' is implied that they not even consider her as their friend.

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** the boys’ treatment of Charlie in some stories can be viewed as sexist, but most notably in ''Mysterion has TittyVision'' Tittyvision'' where they treat her horribly, doesn’t allow her to join their Super Hero’s group and in the end, they never get called out for doing that and in ''Girls Scoults'' is implied that they not even consider her as their friend.

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* ValuesDissonance: Most stories have some questionable elements, Justified, since this is WesternAnimation/SouthPark we are talking about.

** the boys’ treatment of Charlie in some stories can be viewed as sexist, but most notably in ''Mysterion has TittyVision'' where they treat her horribly, doesn’t allow her to join their Super Hero’s group and in the end, they never get called out for doing that and in ''Girls Scoults'' is implied that they not even consider her as their friend.

** Charlie’s personality, she is TheIngenue who is often submissive towards the boys and rarely complains when they make fun of her, feminist readers could easily see her as a passive female character.


* CrowningMomentOfFunny: At least one per episode.
* CrowningMomentOfHeartwarming: Becca's plea to get Charlie and Cartman to stop fighting in ''Girl Scout Cookies''.

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* CrowningMomentOfFunny: FamilyUnfriendlyAesop: The moral of ''Elephant Balls'' is, apparently, that [[spoiler: it's okay to lie sometimes, such as saying your teacher is dying of brain cancer instead of scrotum elephantitis]]. This is PlayedForLaughs, though.
* SugarWiki/FunnyMoments:
At least one per episode.
* CrowningMomentOfHeartwarming: SugarWiki/HeartwarmingMoments: Becca's plea to get Charlie and Cartman to stop fighting in ''Girl Scout Cookies''.



--->'''Charlie''': You… read her bedtime stories?
--->'''Cartman''': [[JerkWithAHeartOfGold Pffh. Just, you know… just to get her to leave me alone.]]
* FamilyUnfriendlyAesop / SpoofAesop: The moral of ''Elephant Balls'' is, apparently, that [[spoiler: it's okay to lie sometimes, such as saying your teacher is dying of brain cancer instead of scrotum elephantitis]]. This is PlayedForLaughs, though.

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--->'''Charlie''': You… read her bedtime stories?
--->'''Cartman''':
stories?\\
'''Cartman''':
[[JerkWithAHeartOfGold Pffh. Just, you know… just to get her to leave me alone.]]
* FamilyUnfriendlyAesop / SpoofAesop: The moral of ''Elephant Balls'' is, apparently, IronWoobie: Charlie, who despite all the unfortunate things that [[spoiler: it's okay happen to lie sometimes, such as saying your teacher is dying of brain cancer instead of scrotum elephantitis]]. This is PlayedForLaughs, though.her, she manages to stick it out.



* SpoofAesop: The moral of ''Elephant Balls'' is, apparently, that [[spoiler: it's okay to lie sometimes, such as saying your teacher is dying of brain cancer instead of scrotum elephantitis]]. This is PlayedForLaughs, though.



** IronWoobie: Despite all the unfortunate things that happen to her, she manages to stick it out.


* CrackPairing: Not in the series itself, but the author ships Towelie and [[Film/SouthParkBiggerLongerAndUncut Christophe (aka Ze Mole)]]. Read all about it [[https://www.fanfiction.net/s/7871235/1/Of-Towels-and-Men here]].

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* CrackPairing: Not in the series itself, but the author ships Towelie and [[Film/SouthParkBiggerLongerAndUncut [[WesternAnimation/SouthParkBiggerLongerAndUncut Christophe (aka Ze Mole)]]. Read all about it [[https://www.fanfiction.net/s/7871235/1/Of-Towels-and-Men here]].


* NeedsMoreLove: The fics are very well-written and feel just like real episodes of the show, but they aren't too well-known.



** IronWoobie: Despite all the unfortunate things that happen to her, she manages to stick it out.

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** IronWoobie: Despite all the unfortunate things that happen to her, she manages to stick it out.out.
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* CrackPairing: Not in the series itself, but the author ships Towelie and [[Film/SouthParkBiggerLongerAndUncut Christophe (aka Ze Mole)]]. Read all about it [[https://www.fanfiction.net/s/7871235/1/Of-Towels-and-Men here]].


* TheWoobie: Charlie. See CompleteMonster and TearJerker.

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* TheWoobie: Charlie. See CompleteMonster and TearJerker.


* CompleteMonster: Charlie's mom. [[spoiler: She force feeds her own child bleach, for God's sake!]]

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* NeedsMoreLove: The fics are very well-written and feel just like real episodes of the show, but they aren't too well-known.


* TheLoad: Kenny, if you think about it. Aside from ''Mysterion Has Tittyvision'' and ''Elephant Balls'', he doesn't really do anything except [[TheyKilledKenny die]].
* TearJerker: [[spoiler: In the first fic, Charlie's entire tenure in the hospital. Probably the first time you'd ever feel bad for an OC.]]

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* TheLoad: Kenny, if you think about it. Aside from ''Mysterion Has Tittyvision'' and ''Elephant Balls'', he doesn't really do anything except [[TheyKilledKenny [[TheyKilledKennyAgain die]].
* TearJerker: [[spoiler: In the first fic, Charlie's entire tenure in the hospital. Probably the first time you'd ever feel bad for an OC.]]]]
* TheWoobie: Charlie. See CompleteMonster and TearJerker.
** IronWoobie: Despite all the unfortunate things that happen to her, she manages to stick it out.


* FamilyUnfriendlyAesop: The moral of ''Elephant Balls'' is, apparently, that it's okay to lie sometimes, such as saying your teacher is dying of brain cancer instead of scrotum elephantitis.

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* FamilyUnfriendlyAesop: CrowningMomentOfFunny: At least one per episode.
* CrowningMomentOfHeartwarming: Becca's plea to get Charlie and Cartman to stop fighting in ''Girl Scout Cookies''.
** From the same fic:
--->'''Charlie''': You… read her bedtime stories?
--->'''Cartman''': [[JerkWithAHeartOfGold Pffh. Just, you know… just to get her to leave me alone.]]
* FamilyUnfriendlyAesop / SpoofAesop:
The moral of ''Elephant Balls'' is, apparently, that [[spoiler: it's okay to lie sometimes, such as saying your teacher is dying of brain cancer instead of scrotum elephantitis.elephantitis]]. This is PlayedForLaughs, though.
* TheLoad: Kenny, if you think about it. Aside from ''Mysterion Has Tittyvision'' and ''Elephant Balls'', he doesn't really do anything except [[TheyKilledKenny die]].

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