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  • Acceptable Targets: Hippies, it seems. They're made fun of at least twice during season 1.
  • Accidental Aesop: Jade losing sleep due to accepting Edie's challenge to not nap for the whole day in "Sleepless in Paw-Tucket" starts to come off less like sleep deprivation and moodswings, and more like a metaphor for drinking and the negative effects it can have.
  • Awesome Art: The animation of the series is beautiful, and not surprising considering it's animated by Boulder Media in Ireland, who's works consist of Wander over Yonder and The Amazing World of Gumball, instead of the usual DHX Media.
  • Base-Breaking Character:
    • Trip is this for some. Some find his antics and the jokes surrounding him to be funny, and that he adds a unique "little brother" dynamic to the Littlest 6, while others find his Small Name, Big Ego shtick annoying, and consider him to be a one-note character with his neverending compassion for rapping.
    • Some find Roxie to be either a cheerful and hilarious addition to the main cast, or just simply annoying and her personality too similar to quite a few other Hasbro show characters in the past (Pinkie Pie, Minka Mark, and Niblet to name a few).
  • Ear Worm:
    • The theme song. "Look-a look around at the Littlest Pet Shop! Come on, get down, won't you come on, get down?"
    • "Let me show you how to step it up / Come on let me see you step it up..."
  • Fandom Rivalry: As with many reboots based on popular franchises, this series has gained a huge rivalry mostly within 4chan boards (so much so that it feels you get shunned if you even post anything about the show) from Littlest Pet Shop (2012) fans, who were upset that this show is a Spiritual Successor to LPS 2012, declare it as inferior to it, or just plainly see it as nothing more than a little kids show. That is, of course, ignoring the fact that Discovery Family (and more notably what preceded it, The Hub) was a channel dedicated to catering to children, and that LPS 2012 itself is a kids show as well. There are quite a sizeable amount of people in that fandom that actually do like this show however, and vice versa (although some do argue that this show is closer to what the franchise was meant to be in comparison to what the other show was). Alternatively, there's a rare Vocal Minority that feels this show is even better than the 2012 series.
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  • Fanon: Many fans agree that Gavin is Ambiguously Gay (or Ambiguously Bi), even if he hasn't had any blatant Ho Yay moments thus far.
  • Fan-Preferred Couple:
  • Foe Yay: Edie and Gavin's bond together in "Hidden Treasures & Guilty Pleasures."
  • Fridge Horror: The realization that if you lose your key to the Human World, you may never get a chance to see your human ever again, is not pretty. Sure, you can always ask for a replacement, but it is a very tedious process that may take weeks or even a month before you can ever think of going home again. "Homesick as a Dog" demonstrates this fear perfectly, nearly sending Roxie out of all characters into a depression over the fact she may never see her human again. The hostility of the gatekeeper really doesn't help matters either.
    McGraw Macaw: Have you got your key?
    Roxie: Oh no. Where's my key?
    McGraw Macaw: Can't go home without your key.
    Roxie: But I have to go home!!
    McGraw Macaw: Then you'd better find your key.
  • Ho Yay:
    • Roxie and Jade, no doubt. Both Heterosexual Life-Partners who constantly have their moments, such as Roxie coming up with cute nicknames for Jade often (like "J-Boogie" and "Jingle Jade").
    • Trip and Quincy also have their various moments.
  • Memetic Mutation: Sans Quincy.note 
  • Moe: Oh boy. There's so many that you can look no further than the Littlest 6 themselves! Even writer Kelly D'Angelo when asked said that Roxie is canonically cute, though ultimately all of them are.
  • Most Wonderful Sound:
    • Petula's various cute snorts.
    • Anytime Jade sighs.
  • Nightmare Fuel: Trip's story of the Pet Catcher in "Spooky Tails."
  • Paranoia Fuel: What started out as an innocent trip to the fair, turned into tons of pets getting stuck 80 stories high on a ferris wheel ride. Quincy perfectly explains it:
    Quincy: Okay Quincy. You got on a ride because it was nice and slow, and had no sharp corners, now you're stuck 80 stories up, and a swift breeze could knock you right out of it. Haha, haha! That's funny! Haha! (screams and faints)
  • Periphery Demographic: Not too surprising considering Hasbro's various past shows; although it's not as big as any of them.
  • Popular with Furries: I mean, come on. It's a Littlest Pet Shop series for crying out loud.
  • Portmanteau Couple Name:
    • "Roxade" for Roxie x Jade.
    • "Joot" or "Scade" for Jade x Scoot.
    • "Quidie" or "Eduincy" for Edie x Quincy.
  • Tear Jerker: Has its own page.
  • Viewer Gender Confusion: Yes, Chip Guineavan is a male.
  • The Woobie: It's really hard not to feel bad for Roxie, yes, Roxie, when she loses her key to the Human World in "Homesick as a Dog." It's clear she loves her human dearly, and if it weren't for the key being found, she wouldn't have reunited with her for a whole month at worst.
    • You do tend to feel bad for Quincy in quite a sizeable amount of episodes, considering he is a Nervous Wreck who would faint at just the sudden sight of his shadow. He does get a few moments where he faces his fears and/or acts bravely towards solving a situation he's in, however.


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