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3Below is an American computer-animated television series created for Netflix by Guillermo del Toro, produced by DreamWorks Animation and Cha Cha Cha Films.

Two royal aliens, Aja and Krel Tarron of House Tarron, along with their bodyguard, Commander Varvatos Vex, and their pet dog named Luug, are forced to flee after the ruthless General Val Morando leads a rebellion on their home planet of Akiridion-5. With nowhere else to go, the trio ends up crash-landing on Earth, in the city of Arcadia Oaks. There, the Akiridons adjust to human culture while trying to fix their spaceship to return home, and stop Morando.

The show is the second series in the Tales of Arcadia animated franchise, a sequel show to the series Trollhunters. 3Below was released on December 21, 2018, and was followed by Wizards. Then came the feature film Trollhunters: Rise of the Titans, which serves as the Grand Finale of the franchise.

The second and final season released on July 12, 2019.

The show can be found here.

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  • The '50s: Mother's information about Earth is sixty years out of date and based on television and radio. When she disguises the ship it ends up very retro, and the fake parents she creates act like parents from a fifties sitcom who constantly spout old commercials
  • Abnormal Limb Rotation Range: Lugg, Ricky, and Lucy can rotate their heads 180-360 degrees.
  • Action Girl: Aja is much better in a fight than her brother even though she lacks formal training.
  • A God Am I: Morando merges with Gaylen's Core in the season 2 finale— the core of a god who was taken down by another being, Seklos, for being too dangerous. Mornado grows to a huge size and begins an attack on Arcadia, but is ultimately defeated before he can do much with his power.
  • Alien Among Us: Now having crashed on Earth, Aja, Krel and Varvatos have to blend in to a planet they have never heard of or seen before. Hilarity Ensues.
  • Aliens of London: Several extraterrestrial characters on the show inexplicably speak with accents you'd expect to hear from people in different countries on Earth.
    • Lieutenant Zadra has a noticeable British accent.
    • Stuart, another alien living on Earth, also has a pronounced English accent.
    • Aja Tarron and her mother Queen Coranda both have Russian accents.
    • Krel and Fialkov speak with a Hispanic accent.
    • Morando speaks with some kind of unique accent that's hard to tell.
      • Morando's voice actor, Alon Abutbul, has a hybrid accent, due to being an Israeli with French-Algerian and Egyptian ancestry.
  • Aliens Speaking English: Krel and Aja are able to speak fluent English, albeit with a flawed understanding of idioms and conflicting accents.
  • Aliens Steal Cable: Due to the impracticality of his human disguise, Varvatos briefly takes to staying home and watching television as a form of information gathering.
  • Aliens Steal Cattle: The Zeron Brotherhood abducted a cow for some reason, which Steve finds when he ends up on their ship with Aja and Krel.
  • Altar Diplomacy: According to the King and Queen, they were both members of royal families at war with each other before they married.
  • Amazon Chaser: Steve. After getting his ass thoroughly handed to him by Aja, he awingly compares her to an angel.
    Steve: [internally] Whoa! She's like a ninja-kicking angel. I mean, she— she kicks ninjas, but she's an angel.
  • Amulet of Dependency: The human transformations the group uses, in contrast to Stuart's device-based transformation, seem to be dependent on the ship's systems. Spending enough time away from it can cause them to start failing.
  • Arbitrary Skepticism: Initially, Tobias does not believe in Elijah's theory of aliens, although he perfectly believes in trolls and wizards.
  • Artistic License – Law: Krel and Aja end up at Arcadia Oaks Highschool because Det. Scott tells them it is illegal for them not to be in school. American schooling is only compulsory until age 16, the average age of a high schooler. Furthermore, it's not illegal for a student of any age to not be in school when in the company of a parent or guardian, which Vex had said he was. Zigzagged in that Vex announces that shortly after trying to lift a shop and a bench, making him look too incompetent to care for them and the kids were just caught shoplifting.
  • Ascended Extra: The show's main characters Krel and Aja made their first appearance in the Trollhunters episode "In Good Hands", their alien nature alluded to repeatedly but not outright shown.
    • Steve Palchuk and Eli Pepperjack have a much greater impact on the story of 3Below than they did in Trollhunters. Steve even gets Promoted to Love Interest. Most of the Arcadia Oaks High student body and faculty also get increased roles.
    • In Season 2, Toby, AAARRRGGHH!!!, Zadra, and Kubrits are given more screentime.
  • Attack of the 50-Foot Whatever: Morando grows to a huge size once he merges with Gaylen's Core in the season 2 finale. It ultimately takes a cannon powered by the king and queen's royal cores to take him down.
  • Badass Decay: One Omen unit at the end of season one was a major threat that almost killed all the main characters. The multiple Omen units seen through season two are shown being easily taken out in one on one fights even by humans with baseball bats. Although that doesn't stop them from repairing themselves.
  • Bait-and-Switch: A bartender delivers an order to a small Foo Foo, assuming that he is Foo Foo the Small. The tall Foo Foo next to him corrects the error, stating the small one is Foo Foo the Mighty and he is Foo Foo the Small.
  • Benevolent A.I.: Mother, the A.I. in control of the ship the royals use to flee to Earth.
  • BFG: One of an Akiridion serrator's modes, though we've yet to see it fired. It's usually played for laughs with one of the main cast overreacting, and the "target" not even noticing the utterly massive cannon now trained at them. The stun weapons Area 49-B's personnel carry also somewhat count.
  • Big Bad: General Morando, an evil dictator who took over Akiridion-5 for his own diabolical purposes. As Morando never comes to Earth in the first season, the initial main threat is the Zeron Brotherhood who Morando hired to kill Varvatos' family, as well as the first of the OMEN droids Morando remotely pilots in the finale. He becomes the main antagonist proper when he arrives on Earth in the second season.
  • Big Damn Kiss: In the season 1 finale, as Krel and Pepperjack are fighting goblins, Aja and Steve have their first kiss, complete with Slow Motion and the camera circling around them.
    Eli: [annoyed] Don't they need to breathe?
  • Bittersweet Ending: The ending of Part 1. While Aja and Krel managed to defeat Morando's new super weapon and save their parents' cores, doing so required great sacrifice. Their ship is damaged beyond repair and Vex has been captured by the Zeron Brotherhood.
    • The ending of Part 2 has Morando defeated for good, but Mother, the King, and the Queen had to sacrifice themselves for the heroes to reach that point. Also, while Aja and Krel finally have a way to return home, they go their separate ways with Aja returning to Akiridion-5 to take the throne and Krel staying on Earth with his friends.
  • Black Site: Area 49-B, where Stuart's old ship is kept. It's a clear reference to Area 51, is filled with guards dressed in hazmat suit, and is more defended than Fort Knox.
  • Brainwashed and Crazy: Omen takes control of Mother as well as Ricky and Lucy in the part 1 climax.
  • Bullying a Dragon: A Trollgolem encounters Vervatos in his human form in a back alley and ignores the warning given to stand aside or be torn apart. At that precise moment, Varvatos returns to his natural form, grins menacingly and makes good on his threat.
  • Calling the Old Man Out: Seamus give his father a passive-aggressive one once it finally sunk in that his father was driving the unnecessarily bitter rivalry against Krel.
  • Comically Missing the Point: Mother uses body reconfiguration technology to give the Akiridians forms that are often ignored on Earth: a girl, a Latino, and a senior citizen. Problem is, she completely ignores context, so they wind up with siblings with two different accents and drastically different skin colors and an old man repeatedly trying to fight everyone, things that are sure to get them noticed.
  • Continuity Nod: Multiple Call-Back moments to Trollhunters in season 2. Jim and Blinky have reached New Jersey, and make a cameo fighting an unknown enemy in the sewers of Hoboken. Meanwhile, a flashback shows Kanjigar the Courageous and Vendal taking possession of Gaylen's Core from the King and Queen many years ago, with the spirit of Kanjigar helping to guide Aja and Krel right to it— it's in the now-empty Trollmarket underneath Arcadia.
  • The Coup: The exiled General Morando launches his invasion on Akiridion-5 during Krel and Aja's coronation, becoming dictator of the planet. He had a very large force on his side to start with, but needed Lieutenant Zadra's support to get the rest of the military to follow him.
  • *Crack!* "Oh, My Back!": A Running Gag that comes with the feebleness of Varvatos' human disguise.
  • The Dreaded: The Zeron Brotherhood is feared for ruthless tactics such as bombing an entire station to capture one bounty.
  • Energy Beings: Akiridions have bodies made of hard light, with the essence of their being contained in a life core.
  • Everyone Has Standards:
    • When Bertha Flanagan accuses Krel and Aja of being illegal aliens (though she meant it literally, she knew they were actual aliens), Señor Uhl immediately, and rather angrily, comes to their defense and apologizes to them for the trouble. He's happy when Krel and Aja receive their student ID so they wouldn't have the problem again.
    • Mary Wang happily records Krel and Steve's brawl but takes a moment to call out Seamus with disgust when he utters a xenophobic insult.
    • Seamus reaches the point where he realizes just how despicable his father's prejudice is.
  • Exact Words: When ordered to surrender the King and Queen's cores in exchange for the safe return of their children, Vervatos hands over a briefcase to Alpha, telling them there is a King and Queen inside. when Alpha discovers the cores are not inside, but rather, two chess pieces and a bomb, Vervatos points out, I said "a king and queen, not the king and queen".
  • Fantastic Racism: Colonel Kubritz, the head of Area 49-B, views all aliens as invaders, and will gleefully imprison and experiment on them.
  • Fastball Special: Varvatos throws Luug at a rather unfortunate government alien hunter, who learns the hard way how to become a chewtoy.
  • Forced Transformation: Aja, Krel, and Varvatos' human disguises are applied through a device in the ship. They turn them fully human (with the various weakness and problems that entails), and they cannot remove the disguises themselves. The disguises will fail on their own after twelve hours.
  • Foregone Conclusion: Since Aja and Krell having a whole adventure with the Trollhunters gang in "D'aja Vu" would cause a major Continuity Snarl, it's probably not much of a surprise that the events end up getting wiped out completely.
  • Foreshadowing: In "Collision Course", Vex bitterly remarks how after the Zerons bombed the Commerce Building on Satallite-9 (an attack that killed Vex's family), the King decided to fortify the planet's defenses instead of allowing the army to hunt down the Zerons. This was his reason for initially betraying the Tarrons to General Morando by lowering the shields of Akiridion-5.
  • Framing Device: The show is actually Aja telling her story to the entire population of Arcardia about how events were set in motion leading up to Morando's attack on the town and his subsequent defeat.
  • Full-Body Disguise: The human disguises used by the main characters are a combination of this and Forced Transformation. The reconfiguration, as it is put, fully turns them into humans with all the aches and pains.
  • Galactic Conquerer: Morando wants to make Akiridion-5 a galactic superpower with him at the helm.
  • Genre Shift: Trollhunters was originally a Fantasy-Adventure Chosen One narrative based around Arthurian legend. In-contrast, 3Below has a closer focus on Science Fiction, the lead characters being aliens taking sanctuary on Earth.
  • Going Native: Having been on Earth for decades, Stuart is the only alien present in the show that is fully in-line with Earth culture and can blend in the most effective. He even has a habit of using human idioms and sayings that passes over the Akiridion's heads.
  • Good Colors, Evil Colors: Morando's forces have red as a contrast to the normal Akiridion blue.
  • "Groundhog Day" Loop: Arcadia gets stuck in one when a troll combines its trickster magic with a piece of Akiridion tech.
  • Hard Light: The physical forms of the Akiridions, as well as a good portion of their technology.
  • Heart Drive: The Akiridions have life cores which contain their entire being. If their physical bodies are destroyed, they can be reformed from the cores. If the cores are destroyed or lose power, they're dead for good.
  • Hero of Another Story: The Trollhunters may come off as background characters in this series, though that's mainly due to the fact that they are in the middle of their own adventure. Certain episodes of Season 1 actually take place during Season 3 of Trollhunters, but from Krel and Aja's perspective.
    • Season 2 also gives off this vibe after the Trollhunters finale, with Jim and Blinky making a brief long-distance cameo from New Jersey.
  • Heroic Sacrifice: Varvatos Vex goes to his glorious death by crashing his ship into the hijacked mothership to down it, and atone for his betrayal. He doesn't die, but props for effort.
    • In "The Big Sleep", Mother sacrifices herself to make sure the stasis chambers remain powered so the King and Queen can continue healing.
    • In "A Glorious End, Part 2", the King and Queen, after fully recovering, sacrifice themselves to power the canon to end Morando once and for all.
  • Hope Crusher: Morando is fully aware of how powerful the hope that the royals will return is, and plans to rub their demise in the populace's face.
  • Humanity Ensues: Aja, Krel, and Varvatos' human disguises are more than just holograms. They have all the advantages and disadvantages of being human, from crying to Vex's frail old body.
  • I Choose to Stay: At the end of the series, Krel decides to remain on Earth because he wants to stay with all the friends he made there.
  • Idiot Ball: Alpha announces the bounty value for delivering the royals while attempting to leave with Krel as his captive, in a room full of bounty hunters. Cue the Bar Brawl as every bounty hunter tries to claim Krel as his captive.
  • Insignificant Little Blue Planet: Earth was chosen to be the trio's hiding place because it is the last planet in the known universe that Morando would think to look for them (the other one being sucked into a black hole at the time). Even then MOTHER describes it as a little ball of water and mud "named after dirt". This is later subverted when it is revealed that Gaylen's core was hidden on Earth by Aja and Krel's parents, having been given to then-Trollhunter Kanjigar the Courageous for safe-keeping. MOTHER even theorizes that they had preprogrammed her to purposefully bring the ship to Earth should the need arise, this being one of the reasons why Earth was made an option in the first place for Aja and Krel in the first place.
  • Insistent Terminology:
    • Aja, Krel, and Vex really don't like being referred to as aliens, they prefer Akiridion.
    • Aja isn't a princess, she's a queen in waiting.
  • Interspecies Romance: Aja, an Akiridion warrior princess, and Steve, a kinda normal human teenager are dating.
  • Killer Rabbit: Foo Foo the Destroyer is a robotic rabbit bounty hunter who insists that he is a tough and unstoppable killing machine. It does not help that his hops - his hops - are accented with a cute bouncing noise. It is later revealed that Foo Foo is the name of their species and there are many of them.
  • Killer Robot: Omen, a blank redesigned to be a weapon.
  • La Résistance: A resistance movement forms on Akiridion-5 after the royals' escape.
  • Logo Joke: In a sequence visually similar to the one used for Trollhunters, an alien device opens up into the shape of the crescent moon and Luug walks out to stand on the moon in place of the boy.
  • Love at First Punch: Steve becomes infatuated with Aja after she beats him up.
  • Match Cut: In episode 13, a flashback to Akiridion-5 ends with a shot of Aja and Krel in their alien forms, which cuts to a shot of them in the same positions in their human forms.
  • Metronomic Man Mashing: Alpha receives this beating from Varvatos and another bounty hunter gets it from AAARRRGGHH!!!.
  • Morph Weapon: Serrators are weapons that look like protractors in their dormant form, but can generate Hard Light constructs. They take on whatever weapon form their wielder desires, from large-bladed swords to blaster rifles and even shields. Other aliens have similar devices, such as Zeron Alpha's version which generates a triple-tipped drill.
  • Multi-Armed and Dangerous: Krel and Aja have four arms each, and while nice, are not to be underestimated. Vex says this is a sign of royalty, as the rest of their race only have two arms.
  • Mundane Object Amazement: Aja happily squeals over all the new things on Earth, including grass and water.
  • Mundane Solution: After Varvatos and Zadra unsuccessfully attempt to steal Buster's tractor beam, Krel Tarron simply gives him a ball and Buster releases him.

  • Noble Fugitive: Krel and Aja are royalty on their home planet and are now in hiding in Arcadia, California, along with their bodyguard Vex.
  • No Body Left Behind: Aliens who die in the series usually do not leave a corpse when they die, with the exceptions being Zeron Beta and Zeron Omega.
  • No Kill like Overkill: The Zerons once bombed an entire civilian building to claim a single bounty.
  • "Not So Different" Remark: Aja becomes very frustrated when it comes to trying to be a normal human, but thanks to a mind reading device from Krel, Aja sees everyone's thoughts and realizes that even humans have a hard time being normal humans.
  • Now or Never Kiss: When it looks like Arcadia, and most of earth, is going to die in a meteor impact, we cut to various people trying to get their final words in to their loved ones. At the diner Shannon laments that she has "never been kissed" a girl next to her laments that she too has never kissed anyone. The two girls stare at one another for a second, smile, and kiss.
  • Numbered Homeworld: Akiridion-5 for Krel, Aja, Varvatos and every other Akiridion.
    • In the episode "Moonlight Run", one of the foo-foo mentions epsilon 7
  • Orcus on His Throne: Morando was content to let bounty hunters hunt the royals through most of season 1 while he strengthen his hold and built superweapons. However, once his attempt with Omen fails to kill them, he decides to head to Earth himself.
  • Red Eyes, Take Warning: After Omen takes over the Mothership, Ricky and Lucy's eyes glow red.
  • Reluctant Ruler: Aja apparently has a habit of running off and avoiding her duties as princess. The first episode starts with her sneaking off into the city in a hooded robe.
  • Reunion Vow: Krel is forced to activate the device causing the "Groundhog Day" Loop to avoid discovery by authorities, thus making it so he and Aja never met Jim and his friends. However, Blinky confidently states that fate will reunite all of them. This is proven true by the fact that they already did meet in Trollhunters in the Backdoor Pilot.
  • Royals Who Actually Do Something: In the first episode the King and Queen lead their troops into battle against Morando while also helping the civilians escape. During the climax Morando tries to demoralize the people of Akiridion-5 by killing the royals live on broadcast. But instead it shows Krel and Aja fighting for their people and inspires the people watching to resist Morando even more.
  • Running Gag: Luug likes to play with Varvatos, usually involving him latching onto some body part like a lamprey at the worst possible moment.
  • Science Fantasy: Introduces aliens to the fantasy setting of Trollhunters.
  • Sci-Fi Writers Have No Sense of Scale: specifically, No Sense of Time; Nana claims she was a spy during the First World War. Assuming she was 20 at the time, that means she is 124 years old.
  • Sequel Hook: During the last few minutes of the final episode a talking cat wearing glasses appears before Toby, Steve, and Arrgh to tell them that the world is going to end if they don't help him. Which is the introduction of the final Tales of Arcadia series, Wizards.
  • "Shaggy Dog" Story: Despite 2 seasons waiting for their cores to fully heal, and Mother sacrificing herself to reinitialize the stasis chamber, the King and Queen ultimately sacrifice themselves to power the cannon and finally put an end to Morando.
  • Shout-Out:
    • When we first meet the King and Queen, the Queen is saying [[Film/Madagascar "Smile and wave. Smile and wave"]] also could count as a company Mythology Gag.
    • Vex, disguised as an old man with a cane, is assisted in crossing the street by a girl scout trying to earn a badge despite his objections. Hmm…
    • Plus, one major villain is named Alpha and has a dog-shaped head and deep voice.
    • How the Akiridions are Energy Beings with a Heart Drive core they can reform from if their bodies are damaged sounds a lot like the Gems of Steven Universe.
    • Krel makes two blank robots his and Aja's Earth parents. After a while, Aja names one Ricky and the other Lucy.
    • Krel's name is likely a reference to the aliens from Forbidden Planet.
    • When Zadra and Stuart run through the backyards, Zadra hops over the fences flawlessly while Stuart follows her and crashes into the fences. This is possibly a reference to Hot Fuzz where Danny, also played by Nick Frost, does the same thing.
    • In Part 2, while Vex is in a prison, a guard screams "No Touching".
  • Sigil Spam: The resistance has rings which indicate the wearer is part of the resistance. This backfires when Morando figures this out and programs his battle robot Omen to recognize the symbol.
  • Sinister Scythe: Zarda's main weapon is a double-edged scythe.
  • Simultaneous Arcs: Part 1 takes place at the same time as Part 3 of Trollhunters. The season has several nods to what was happening in the other series, which includes a party while the Trollhunters were at Merlin's cave and the episode where Jim gives Aja and Krel a tour. The Part 1 finale dovetails with the Part 3/series finale of Trollhunters.
  • SlowLasers: The Energy Weapons on the spaceships, parking drones and Omen bots all shoot discrete blasts that move slower than light.
  • Spiritual Successor: The series' premise is identical to Sym-Bionic Titan but without the Human Aliens and Humongous Mecha.
  • Status Quo Is God: Before their canonical meet, in episode 6 "D'aja Vu", Krel, Aja and the Trollhunters discover each other's secret identities and proceed to team up in order to defeat a troll who has been starting time loops by combining its trickster magic with a piece of Akiridion tech. While they are victorious in the end, they ended up accidentally exposing themselves to various citizens. Krel is forced to set said technology to turn back time, which will result in it self-destructing before the troll can find it, meaning that the events of the episode will have never transpired and neither team will have found out each other's secret identities.
  • Surprisingly Realistic Outcome :
    • When Krel formats a couple of blank drones into fake parents, who then behave like manic 1950s stereotypes, Señor Uhl immediately tries to call Child Protective Services because the parents seem psychotic. Aja gets him to back down by explaining that their homeland was taken over in a coup, earning his sympathy and getting him to write off their odd behavior as trauma.
    • Broken Masquerade is deconstructed in "D'aja Vu"; neither the aliens nor Trollhunters are remotely prepared for humans seeing their true forms, including Darci who is Toby's girlfriend, as well as her father who is a cop. It means they are in real danger of being arrested, and as we later find out, sent to a nearly alien warehouse to become lab experiments. It took the Eternal Night for the authorities to be willing to work with the trolls because a near-apocalypse ends up shifting your legal priorities. And even then, Darci's father admits that people are creating hoaxes to mess with others so he can't take the threat of an alien invasion seriously unless he has proof.
    • The show makes no attempt to hide the racism and discrimination against Krel and Aja, who are disguised as a Latino and a woman. It was actually deliberately invoked by MOTHER when picking their disguises. The main plot of episode 7 centers around Krel, Aja, and Varvatos dealing with a racist bureaucrat who suspects the siblings of being illegal aliens. Subverted in that the racist bureaucrat in question is really an alien bounty hunter who knows that main characters are literal aliens, but the point still stands.
    • In episode 7, it's brought up that both appeared to have 'dropped out of the sky', due to having no school history or any form of identification. Birdy gives them massive stacks of paperwork to fill out.
    • Zadra finds out while undercover that Varvatos Vex lowered the shields, thus technically committing treason. The kids still have to punish him when they find out, and even though he redeems himself thanks to the sentence being an exile, Zadra treats him coldly for a while because she was tortured for several days and saw the royals lose their physical forms.
    • In episode two of season 2 Stuart and the royals need to get to the moon and decide to take his old mostly broken ship. Despite using advanced alien technology the trip still ends up taking about a day and a half. That makes Stuart's ship faster than the Apollo 11 (3 days) but slower than New Horizon (8 hours), currently the fastest manmade object.
    • In "Ill Gotten Gains", Toby has to take summer school to make up for the 45 days he missed because of his Trollhunting duties.
      Toby: Apparently Trollhunting's not good for your GPA.
  • Tailor-Made Prison: When Colonel Kubriz traps Tronos Madu (an alien with the ability to control and transport himself through electricity), he trapped him in a plastic and glass cell.
  • Take That!: A dart aimed at society in general. Who will fly below society's radar? Girls, Latinos, and the elderly.
  • Tempting Fate: At the end of the series, Toby and Steve say they're glad the situation with Morado ended, as it would be hard to top defeating an alien god. Even so, they admit summer is going to be boring now. Then a cat wearing glasses shows up and begins to warn them that the Earth is in danger again…
  • Theme Naming: The Zeron Brotherhood members are all named after Greek letters. The wolf is Alpha, the cat is Beta, and the lizard is Omega.
  • Third Party Stops Attack: When Steve tries to punch Krel, his fist stops moving mere centimetres away from impact, because Aja has grabbed his arm, then she tosses him at the nearest garbage bin to make sure he understands to back down.
  • Tron Lines: The design is basically Tron with aliens.
  • Whole-Plot Reference: The latter half of Dogfight Days of Summer is highly reminiscent of The Last Starfighter.
  • Yank the Dog's Chain: A series-long one. Aja and Krel are using Mother to support their parents in stasis, waiting for their bodies to reform. Despite some close calls, the king and queen reform… and proceed to sacrifice their cores and lives to stop Morando. Aja and Krel had committed to doing it, and desperately try to convince their parents otherwise. Coranda reassures them this is their choice, and names Aja as the new leader of Akiridion. Cue their bodies fading, for real.


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Barbara, Walt and NotEnrique make a mild cameo in the 3Below episode "Mother's Day", having been taking care of the cradlestone babies from the Trollhunters finale.

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