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* [[Fridge/TrollsTheBeatGoesOn Fridge]]
* [[Funny/TrollsTheBeatGoesOn Funny Moments]]
* [[Heartwarming/TrollsTheBeatGoesOn Heartwarming Moments]]
* [[NightmareFuel/TrollsTheBeatGoesOn Nightmare Fuel]]


->For the YMMV page for ''WesternAnimation/TrollsTheBeatGoesOn'', click [[YMMV/TrollsTrollstopia here]].

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->For the YMMV page for ''WesternAnimation/TrollsTheBeatGoesOn'', ''WesternAnimation/TrollsTrollstopia'', click [[YMMV/TrollsTrollstopia here]].


->For the main YMMV page for ''Trolls'', click [[YMMV/{{Trolls}} here]].
->For the YMMV page for ''WesternAnimation/TrollsTheBeatGoesOn'', click [[YMMV/TrollsTrollstopia here]].
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* SugarWiki/AwesomeArt: [[ArtShift The shift to 2D]] has benefited the show quite well with its vibrant colors, beautiful backgrounds, and surprisingly smooth animation.


* GermansLoveDavidHasselhoff: In Japan, the show was a much larger success than in its home country of the United States. A whole line of unofficial merchandise based on the show was released there.


* UnintentionallyUnsympathetic: Creek in "Creek Week" is EasilyForgiven for selling out his entire village, essentially allowing their genocide to save his own skin. When Branch sets out to prove he cannot be trusted and ends up being right, Creek's feelings are hurt because Branch made him admit his cowardice publicly by faking an emergency...which makes everyone mad at Branch until Creek publicly forgives him. ''Except'' Creek only agrees to forgive Branch when Branch agrees to sing a long song praising Creek to the heavens. So a traitor is welcomed back with opened arms, but someone who embarrasses said traitor gets shunned until the traitor says okay.

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* UnintentionallyUnsympathetic: Creek in "Creek Week" is EasilyForgiven for selling out his entire village, essentially allowing their genocide to save his own skin. When Branch sets out to prove he cannot be trusted and ends up being right, Creek's feelings are hurt because Branch made him admit his cowardice publicly by faking an emergency...which makes everyone mad at Branch until Creek publicly forgives him. ''Except'' Creek only agrees to forgive Branch when Branch agrees to sing a long song praising Creek to the heavens. So a traitor is welcomed back with opened arms, but someone who embarrasses said traitor gets shunned until the traitor says okay.okay.

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* AuthorsSavingThrow: In the movie, the Poppy/Branch relationship was criticized as being StrangledByTheRedString. In the series, they’ve danced around the subject but overall treats them as close friends. That said there is no shortage of ShipTease.

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* AuthorsSavingThrow: In the movie, the Poppy/Branch relationship was criticized as being StrangledByTheRedString. In the series, they’ve danced around the subject but overall treats them as close friends. That said there is said, there's no shortage of ShipTease.


%%* SugarWiki/AwesomeMusic:
* GermansLoveDavidHasselhoff: In Japan, the show is huge, with a whole line of merchandise done in the art style of the show being released there.

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%%* SugarWiki/AwesomeMusic:
* GermansLoveDavidHasselhoff: In Japan, the show is huge, with was a much larger success than in its home country of the United States. A whole line of unofficial merchandise done in the art style of based on the show being was released there.


* SugarWiki/HeReallyCanAct: The new voice actors for the Trolls can sing pretty darn well.


* SugarWiki/AwesomeMusic: All the songs.
* FamilyUnfriendlyAesop: Branch learns several times that even if someone has wronged you or made you justifiably angry, if your response is seen as disproportionate then you become the bad guy in the eyes of everyone else.
** "Creek Week" teaches that friends can forgive their friends for things other people find absolutely unforgivable, and dwelling on the fact that someone was EasilyForgiven when you don't think they deserved it makes them see you in a poor light.

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* SugarWiki/AwesomeMusic: All the songs.
* FamilyUnfriendlyAesop: Branch learns several times that even if someone has wronged you or made you justifiably angry, if your response is seen as disproportionate then you become the bad guy in the eyes of everyone else.
** "Creek Week" teaches that friends can forgive their friends for things other people find absolutely unforgivable, and dwelling on the fact that someone was EasilyForgiven when you don't think they deserved it makes them see you in a poor light.
%%* SugarWiki/AwesomeMusic:



* NightmareFuel: Smidge's rage in "Prank Day" is beyond unsettling.
** There's more on [[NightmareFuel/TrollsTheBeatGoesOn its own page]].


* UnintentionallyUnsympathetic: Creek in "Creek Week" is EasilyForgiven for selling out his entire village, essentially allowing their genocide to save his own skin. When Branch sets out to prove he cannot be trusted and ends up being right, Creek's feelings are hurt because Branch made him admit his cowardice publicly by faking an emergency...which makes everyone mad at Branch until Creek publicly forgives him. ''Except'' Creek only agrees to forgive Branch when Branch agrees to sing a long song praising Creek to the heavens. So a traitor is welcomed back with opened arms, but someone who embarrasses said traitor gets shunned until the traitor says okay.
* UnintentionallySympathetic: Branch in several episodes, including Creek Week, Laugh Out Cloud, and Cloudy With a Chance of Hugs. Combine TheComplainerISAlwaysWrong with a healthy dose of KarmaHoudini for the other party, and Branch can often end up on the wrong end of the intended sympathy stick.

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* UnintentionallySympathetic: Branch in several episodes, including Creek Week, Laugh Out Cloud, and Cloudy With a Chance of Hugs. Combine TheComplainerISAlwaysWrong with a healthy dose of KarmaHoudini for the other party, and Branch can often end up on the wrong end of the intended sympathy stick.
* UnintentionallyUnsympathetic: Creek in "Creek Week" is EasilyForgiven for selling out his entire village, essentially allowing their genocide to save his own skin. When Branch sets out to prove he cannot be trusted and ends up being right, Creek's feelings are hurt because Branch made him admit his cowardice publicly by faking an emergency...which makes everyone mad at Branch until Creek publicly forgives him. ''Except'' Creek only agrees to forgive Branch when Branch agrees to sing a long song praising Creek to the heavens. So a traitor is welcomed back with opened arms, but someone who embarrasses said traitor gets shunned until the traitor says okay. \n* UnintentionallySympathetic: Branch in several episodes, including Creek Week, Laugh Out Cloud, and Cloudy With a Chance of Hugs. Combine TheComplainerISAlwaysWrong with a healthy dose of KarmaHoudini for the other party, and Branch can often end up on the wrong end of the intended sympathy stick.


* FamilyUnfriendlyAesop: Branch learns several times that even if someone has wronged you or made you justifiably angry, if your response is seen as disproportionate then you become the bad guy in the eyes of everyone else.
** "Creek Week" teaches that friends can forgive their friends for things other people find absolutely unforgivable, and dwelling on the fact that someone was EasilyForgiven when you don't think they deserved it makes them see you in a poor light.



* TheWoobie: Creek in "Creek Week" was EasilyForgiven by Poppy and the Snack Pack, but to Branch...he must sing an apology song in order to truly forgive him.

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* TheWoobie: UnintentionallyUnsympathetic: Creek in "Creek Week" was is EasilyForgiven by Poppy for selling out his entire village, essentially allowing their genocide to save his own skin. When Branch sets out to prove he cannot be trusted and the Snack Pack, but ends up being right, Creek's feelings are hurt because Branch made him admit his cowardice publicly by faking an emergency...which makes everyone mad at Branch until Creek publicly forgives him. ''Except'' Creek only agrees to Branch...he must sing an apology song in order to truly forgive him.Branch when Branch agrees to sing a long song praising Creek to the heavens. So a traitor is welcomed back with opened arms, but someone who embarrasses said traitor gets shunned until the traitor says okay.
* UnintentionallySympathetic: Branch in several episodes, including Creek Week, Laugh Out Cloud, and Cloudy With a Chance of Hugs. Combine TheComplainerISAlwaysWrong with a healthy dose of KarmaHoudini for the other party, and Branch can often end up on the wrong end of the intended sympathy stick.

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** There's more on [[NightmareFuel/TrollsTheBeatGoesOn its own page]].


* EarWorm: The [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=D9uD3I-Rv2g opening theme]] is sure to get stuck in your head.
%%General example. ** Only the theme song? As stated above, all songs in this series count as catchy.


* SugarWiki/HeReallyCanAct: New voice actors for the trolls can sing pretty darn well.

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* SugarWiki/HeReallyCanAct: New The new voice actors for the trolls Trolls can sing pretty darn well.

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