Pretty keeps posting embarrassing pictures of the main four on the internet. They retaliate by doing the same to her, and things escalate from there.
"Let's Play I Like You" contains the following tropes:
- Beyond Redemption: After over a season of trying to convince Pretty to become a better person, Kaeloo finally gives up in this episode, stating that Pretty will never change.
- Disproportionate Retribution: And how. Pretty puts embarrassing pictures of the main four online. They retaliate by doing the same thing to her, which would have been fine if it wasn't for the fact that Stumpy decided to humiliate her by putting what are implied to be fake photoshopped nudes of her up on the internet where anyone could see them. Then, Pretty goes on TV and reveals a few of their embarrassing secrets to the public. After this, they decide to sue her for "slandering" them, and put her in a Kangaroo Court where she is given a sentence of "community service for life", and in addition, she gets beaten up by Bad Kaeloo. She then writes a tell-all book with all of their embarrassing secrets in it and publishes two million copies of it. At this point, the main four decide that things have gotten out of hand and wisely choose to go home instead of escalating the fight any further.
- Downer Ending: The main four give up at the end because they realize that Pretty will never change and fighting her is pointless.
- Dude, She's Like, in a Coma!: One of the pictures Pretty posts is of her kissing Mr. Cat, who passed out after drinking too much.
- Getting Crap Past the Radar: Stumpy decides that it would be a good idea to take pictures of Pretty using the bathroom and upload them to the internet to ruin her social life. When this fails, he photoshops nude images of her (which are never shown to the audience, thankfully) and posts them.
- Gross-Up Close-Up: We get a lovely view of a giant zit on Pretty's face.
- Jerkass Ball: Pretty's done some awful things before, but she's never been this bad before.
- Joker Jury: The heroic and villainous roles are inverted. Pretty is taken to court. Kaeloo, who hates Pretty, is the judge. Stumpy, Quack Quack and Mr. Cat, who hate Pretty even more than Kaeloo does, are the jury. The lawyer provided to Pretty is a sheep. Not a Funny Animal. An ordinary sheep. Obviously, Pretty is punished.
- Tempting Fate: Stumpy says he'd "sooner be hit by a car full of sheep" than appear in one of Pretty's photos. The moment he finishes speaking, he gets hit by a car full of sheep, and Pretty takes a picture of this.