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Characters / Lalaloopsy

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  • Amazing Technicolor Wildlife: The pets have technicolor fur color.
  • A Dog Named "Dog": All the pets have these names.
  • Armless Biped: A few of the pets.
  • Blush Sticker: Blushes are shown on most of the characters' cheeks.
  • Cute Kitten: The cats.
  • Fingerless Hands: Of the "mitten hands" variety.
  • The Noseless: They aren't shown with visible noses.
  • Non-Human Sidekick: The pets, who almost always stay by their owners' side in both Nick Jr. and Netflix series.
  • No Mouth: A majority of the pets lack mouths that are only visible when they need to make certain expressions.
  • One Steve Limit: Averted. All the pets are named after their species names, even though there is more than one animal with the same name. Becomes lampshaded by Spot at one point.
  • Punny Name: Most of the Lalaloopsies have names that are puns.
  • The One Guy: There are only a few boys.
    • Played straight for the Littles with Matey Anchors.
  • The Main Characters Do Everything: It's either Peanut (Festival of Sugary Sweets, Super Silly Party, Silly Funhouse in the Carnival of Friends DS Game) or Jewel (Button Harvest, Princess Parade, the Buttonettes, Beautification Committee in We're Lalaloopsy) who are behind the major events and gigs in Lalaloopsy Land. In "Welcome to LALA Prep School", Peanut is shown to be the most-active member in the Overly-Dramatic Club and Jewel becomes Student Council President. Even before the formal election in "Misty's Magic Hero", Jewel is shown to be the leader of the Princess Club and is the one who officially declares all three members as president.
  • You Gotta Have Blue Hair: Most of them have unnaturally colored hair, but only the females have these. The males are drawn with normal hair colors, however.


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