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  • Base-Breaking Character: Marie Hanazono. She's either by far the most complex character in the show and the only one to have any meaningful character development, or she's an egocentric, one-track-minded, whiny little bitch who sticks her nose in other people's business.
  • Contested Sequel: It's generally agreed it's far from the franchise's best, though it doesn't seem to be quite as hated as Jewelpet Kira Deco!.
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  • Flat Character/Static Character: A common criticism is that nearly all the human characters are this.
  • Hilarious in Hindsight: Viewers were amused by the relationship between Angela and Takumi, as they share their voice actors with L-Elf and Lieselotte of Valvrave the Liberator, which started airing in the same season as this.
  • It's the Same, Now It Sucks!: Some fans accuse this season of trying too much to be like a Lighter and Softer Jewelpet Sunshine and not its own thing.
  • So Okay, It's Average: The general fan opinion of it compared to other seasons.
  • Strangled by the Red String: Ruruka/Takumi. She doesn't interact with him a lot, and certainly not in a significant way. Yet she decides to give him Valentine's chocolate for some reason. It's a very poorly developed relationship compared with Chiari/Kousuke and Nene/Mouri.
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  • Values Resonance: Episode 14 has Taira not only admitting that he loves the Jewelpets, but he is liked and celebrated for it. Some Anvils Need to Be Dropped anyone?
  • Win Back the Crowd: Attempts this by going back to the popular-with-older-audiences style of Jewelpet Sunshine after Jewelpet Kira Deco!'s failure.
  • Woolseyism: The group name that the male quartet takes on after getting Red Mooned is EK Mens, a play on 'ikemen' which means 'hunk' (basically). This wordplay wouldn't work in most other languages. The Portuguese dub translates the group name as 'Extra Kool' instead, which works well for the aesthetic they're trying to get across.

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