Follow TV Tropes


YMMV / The 7D

Go To

  • Accidental Innuendo: Considering the creators' previous work, it's debatable whether or not these are accidental:
    • This line from Queen Delightful sounds... rather suggestive when taken out of context:
    "You can be naughty with me, you can be naughty with my kingdom, but you CANNOT BE NAUGHTY WITH MY DOG!"
    • In "Big Rock Candy Flim-Flam" after Starchbottom lists a bunch of weird flavors there are for Fizz Bop Rocket Pops, finishing with carpet, Queen Delightful says "Ooh, I love carpet!"
  • Broken Base: With people who work on the show saying The 7D is meant to take place before the events of Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs, fans are split between those who enjoy the idea of the show taking place before the film, and those who think the show works better as a separate universe from Snow White.
  • Crazy Awesome: Queen Delightful.
    • Doc.
  • Ear Worm: "Heigh-ho! Here we go now!"
    • Queen Delightful's rather spontaneous yodeling. Especially in "Chicken Soup for the Troll".
    • Happy's climbing song.
      • Pretty much any song Happy sings.
    • The "Uncle Humidor" song.
    • "Everything's okay at Waffle Chalet!"
  • Ensemble Dark Horse: Of the dwarfs, Bashful. Mostly due to his Adorkable nature. Also, Sneezy.
    • Minor characters such as Buckets and Uncle Humidor are also popular with several fans.
  • Esoteric Happy Ending: "Giggleberries". The dwarfs had eaten too many Giggleberries and brought them to an ultra serious ceremony, and start feeding them to everyone in sight which sends everyone into hysterical fits of laughter, including Queen Delightful who was supposed to look good for the ceremony. Grumpy, Dopey and Gizelle show up with the I've-Got-The-Blues berries, too much of which... well, give people the blues. The episode ends with half the people at the ceremony happy and the other half sad. And Dopey neighing (Don't ask).
  • Advertisement:
  • Evil Is Sexy: Hildy Gloom. Some may find Grimwold Gloom somewhat attractive as well.
  • Fridge Brilliance: In "The Queen's Quest" was the Magic Mirror genuinely fooled by Grim's disguise or was she just pretending to not recognise him and went along with it because she knew Grim would just change her back when asked?
  • Growing the Beard: The show has gotten a little more interesting in the second season and has started playing around with ideas.
  • Heartwarming Moments: When Hildy accidentally renders herself elderly in "Water Ya Doin', Dopey?", Grim assures her that he still loves her, and when the fountain of youth was destroyed after the episode's climax, he ages himself up so they can both be old.
    • Grumpy telling Happy that he actually kind of missed his singing in "Whose Voice Is It Anway?" Happy is touched by this.
    • Happy changing Grim's song to Hildy in "You Ain't Seen Nothin' Yeti". Granted, his new lyrics are horrifyingly saccharine, and he gets turned into a mime for his trouble, but it's the thought that counts and shows that he really cares about the Glooms' relationship even though they try to destroy the 7D and their allies.
  • He Really Can Act: She Really Can Voice Act: Kelly Osbourne is a really good voice actor for a first-timer.
    • While Snazzy Shazam pretty much has Leigh-Allyn Baker's regular voice, she's practically unrecognisable as Queen Delightful.
    • In "Bummer Vacation", Ozzy Osbourne puts in a great performance as Hildy's father.
  • Ho Yay: Grumpy and Happy have their moments:
    • Happy mentions that the Nicely Done tights flatter Grumpy's figure in "Nicely Done and the 7D".
    • Grumpy accidentally gets into Happy's bed in "Take Me To Your Grumpy", which Happy doesn't seem to mind.
    • In "Water You Doin, Dopey?", when Grumpy accidentally drinks from the Fountain of Truth, and starts to say, "Happy and I-", Happy shuts him up and tells him to keep it to himself.
  • Jerkass Woobie: It's hard not to feel at least a little sorry for Hildy in "Surpise!" when she tries to make friends and everyone she approaches runs away, except for a cow.
  • Moe: Bashful. Also, Buckets.
  • Moral Event Horizon: In "Whose Voice Is It Anyway?" the Glooms actually attempt to kill Queen Delightful. They also tried to kill everyone by sending a flood in the beginning of "Hildy the Good".
  • Most Wonderful Sound: Happy's singing.
  • Nausea Fuel: Grim eating the pizza Sneezy sneezed on in "Knick Knack Paddy Whack".
  • Periphery Demographic: Despite being aimed at younger kids it has a decent teen and adult fanbase. It is aired on Disney XD rather than Junior after all.
  • Rooting for the Empire: No one is necessarily rooting against the 7D, but the Glooms just steal the show, in part due to being Ineffectual Sympathetic Villains and being just as hilarious and likable as the heroes.
  • Spotlight-Stealing Squad: While general consensus is that Season 2 is enjoyable, there are people who feel like Grumpy got too much focus in the season while other characters were underutilized. His interactions with Happy are of note.
  • Tastes Like Diabetes: Hildy's song in "Hildy the Good".
    • Happy's alternate anniversary song in "You Ain't Seen Nothing Yeti", which was so saccharine that Hildy took away his voice as punishment.
    • Queen Adorable from "Water Ya Doin'" is so sickeningly sweet that even Happy complained that she was making his teeth hurt.
  • They Changed It, Now It Sucks!: Many fans of the original Snow White are not happy about the new art style of the series.
  • They Wasted a Perfectly Good Plot: 'Whose Voice Is It Anyway?' was a good episode but it could have gone further with its ideas.
  • Unpopular Popular Character: Grumpy and the Glooms are the least popular characters in the show but the most popular out of the show. Sometimes Grumpy can be a Creator's Pet, though, and can be unbearable whenever an episode focuses on him.
  • Visual Effects of Awesome: Pretty much all of "The Jollywood Jam".
  • The Woobie: Lord Starchbottom.
    • A few of the 7D have their moments as well, too.


How well does it match the trope?

Example of:


Media sources: