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This Work Provides Examples Of: Accidental Truth: Ellie Aarons, being oddly quiet, announced that she have a serious confession during family dinnertime. Maybelle cheekily asks if Ellie is pregnant. Maybelle is right... cue Maybelle doing the biggest Spit Take of the century.
Actor Allusion: Jess mentions that he probably should've watched The Hunger Games: Catching Fire instead of a romantic movie. Josh Hutcherson starred in both Bridge of Terabithia (2007) and the Hunger Games movies.
Prior to the story, Leslie managed to escape from being sold to human traffickers by forcing Jason Burke's vehicle to crash - this could be a reference to Have Dreams Will Travel, another movie starring AnnaSophia Robb.
Affectionate Nickname: Caitlyn calls Leslie "Lassie".
Alliterative Family: It appears that every male in the Aarons family have their names starting with "J"; there's Jess Aarons, his father Jack Aarons, Jack's brother which is Jess' uncle John... the trend is expected to continue with the Distant Epilogue revealing that Jess and Leslie have a son named Jake, while Maybelle and Dylan have a son named Jackson.
Aloof Big Brother: Jess is this to Maybelle, frequently giving her advice on love, friendship and relationships.
Alpha Bitch: Mandy Jenkins. Sonia Tyler is closer to being the Beta Bitch.
Ambiguously Absent Parent: Dylan Hils' mom and dad doesn't seem to be around much, and he gets to spend much of his time with Maybelle. It turns out later that the boy's parents are going through divorce....
Annoying Younger Sibling: Now that Maybelle is a teenager, the youngest Aaron sister, Joyce Ann is this. Maybelle occasionally does bug Jess a bit though.
Artifact Title: Bridge To Terabithia 2: The Last Time - Part 2 barely has any Terabithia in it. Justified though, because Jess and Leslie, the King and Queen of Terabithia, are moving away to university.
Aw, Look! They Really Do Love Each Other: Between friends, siblings, family, this is a reoccurring trope throughout.
Badass Biker: Jess became this during the Time Skip before Chapter 1. Later on there are several scenes of him cruising on his motorbike with either Sonia or Leslie behind him, arms around his waist.
Belated Love Epiphany: Jess, near the end of Part 1 realizing how he nearly loses Leslie - again - after a brief misunderstanding. He vowed never to lose her a third time when they eventually made up.
Berserk Button: Jess will not hesitate to attack anyone who picks on Leslie, Maybelle or Joyce Ann.
The Big Damn Kiss: You know this will happen between Jess and Leslie sooner or later... it started becoming really repetitive in Part 2 though, with Jess and Leslie kissing happening practically Once an Episode.
Big Brother Instinct: Jess is fiercely protective over Maybelle and Joyce Ann.
Big Fancy House: The Burkes House in Arlington, where the elder patriarch and matriarch of the Burkes live. Jess thinks his own house feels like a cave in comparison. In the epilogue, Jess, Leslie, and their children live in one.
Bit Character: Some of the OCs are just there for a minimal amount of character development, before being pushed aside. Such as... Gary Fulcher only shows up for a chapter. His eventual fate in the epilogue is actually left ambiguous.
Among the Alpha Bitch trio that consistently picks on Leslie, while Mandy Jenkins and Sonia Tyler are both reoccurring characters, the third girl, Amanda Fritz, is pretty much just a background prop.
John Gillard, another star athlete besides Jess, Scott and Gary; he reprimands Leslie for taking part in an all-boys race, and disappears from the story altogether after losing.
Wanda Kay shows up in less than 5 paragraphs in part 1 and disappears without a trace.
Arnold Bickerman is the class nerd who just sort of hangs around.
Jess' cousins who appeared during the Thanksgiving arc. The only one who gets any characterization is the family douchebag and established Grade-A asshole Nicholas Aarons, everyone else is just background filler.
Blatant Lies: Leslie claims that she's crying because she ran into a door. This is the day after her penultimate confrontation with Uncle Jason, and before she has to be a witness at his trial.
Jess insisting he didn't kiss Leslie... a few hours after doing exactly that.
We have this gem when Nicholas Aarons, Jess' obnoxious jerkass of a cousin, tries to make a move on Leslie...Nicholas: "Hey, Leslie..." Leslie: "No, I'm Emily."
Book Ends: Part I and Part II both ends with Jess and Leslie embracing each other with a kiss, the only difference being in the first part they're teenagers finally admitting their true feelings for each other, in the second part they're a married couple sharing an intimate moment with each other at night after their children are asleep.
Born Lucky: Caitlyn, she encounters literally NO obstacles throughout the story, and everything seems to go according to her favour. She suffers no bullying from Mandy due to being from an equally wealthy family, gets accepted as friends with everyone she meets, graduates with most of the main characters despite being a ditz, and when it seems like she would become Alone Among the Couples due to having never attempting to date any boys in her life, the equally friendly Jake Elliots conveniently gets dumped by his girlfriend and ends up with Caitlyn.
Broken Bird: Leslie, poor, poor Leslie. Probably had something to do with being kidnapped by her own uncle and kept locked in a basement for 5 years.
Butt-Monkey: Jess is noticeably more accident-prone in Part 2 - slapped by Sonia Tyler, having Maybelle walking into his room when he's making out with Leslie, reluctantly dragged into Sonia Tyler's affairs (resulting on him drinking desperately during a party to forget about it), throwing up after said party (embarrassing himself right in front of Leslie and Caitlyn), seduced by Amelia against his will (resulting in him having a sour mood for the rest of the day), suffering a nervous breakdown in front of Leslie, before getting into a fight with Nicholas Aarons.
But We Used a Condom!: Ellie Aarons' pregnancy is completely unplanned. She and Justin used the necessary protection, but she still becomes pregnant all the same.
Call-Back: Quite a few. Remember the fallen tree that collapsed on their tree-house, nearly crushing Jess and Leslie? Its still there. Jess, Leslie and Maybelle promptly turns it into a slide.
Mandy trips over herself, and frames Leslie for the deed, much like what Janice did to Jess in the original story.
In turn, once again Leslie proposes to forge a romantic letter to prank Mandy.
Once again, Leslie took part in a foot race meant for boys only.
A trip to Terabithia between Maybelle and Dylan have Dylan noticing the broken rope above the creek which nearly claimed Leslie's life 5 years earlier, prompting Maybelle to explain to him the tragic events which made her brother Jess go through a complete change in personality since the past few years.
This bit of dialogue, when Leslie found some of Jess' old drawings of Terabitha, before her "death", which is lifted from the film version:Jess: "You told me that that time to take a picture cause it'd last longer."
Cannot Spit It Out: Jess was like this towards his feelings for Leslie throughout part 1 until the very final chapter. They finally accepted each other as romantic companions in part 2.
Casanova Wannabe: Nicholas, the douchebag cousin of Jess whose Establishing Character Moment is bragging about his girlfriend (nobody asked him), and later tried to flirt with Leslie. IN FRONT of Jess. Repeatedly.Maybelle: "We heard him (Nicholas) saying he'd have you (Leslie) fawning over him at the end of the day." Leslie: (*cough*) "He's a shithead."
Clingy Child: The youngest Aarons sister, seven-year-old Joyce-Ann, is constantly shown clinging to her older siblings, mostly her only brother Jess, but also one scene during the botched Thanksgiving Easter Egg hunt scene when the Aarons' obnoxious cousin, Nicholas, is throwing a temper tantrum over some minor fault, and Joyce-Ann who is about to cry clings closely to her second sister Brenda.
Cool Big Sis: Leslie is this to the younger key characters - Maybelle, Dylan and Joyce Ann.
Cry into Chest: Leslie, meeting Jess for the first time in 5 years, does this. Until she loses consciousness. It hurts him like crazy seeing her like this.
Cuddle Bug: Caitlyn likes to hug her friends a lot, especially Leslie.
Dark Fic: Played with. While it has its share of dark moments, it manages to keep an overall lighthearted tone with a happy ending.
A Day in the Limelight: Sometimes in Part 2, with Jess and Leslie away in university, the story will shift back to Maybelle and Dylan to flesh out more details regarding their relationship.
While Scott Hoager and Gary Fulcher gets Demoted to Extra for most of the story, near the end of part 2 they finally get one single chapter dedicated to themselves.
Ellie goes from hanging in the background to finally getting more focus after she becomes pregnant.
Deadpan Snarker: Pre-teen Maybelle have tendencies to talk like this sometimes, especially towards Joyce Ann. From part 2, when Jess is moving away to California due to his studies... Joyce Ann:(teary-eyed) "Jess, you're leaving?" Maybelle: "Of course not. California's like 2000 miles from here. Jess can easily get there in like 30 minutes if he stays here. Yes, he's definitely not leaving town, Joyce..."
The Ditz: Caitlyn is this. Full stop. A short exchange from the end of Part 2...Jess: "Coincidence, huh?" Caitlyn: (completely innocent) "What does coincidence mean?" Leslie: (internal facepalm) "How did you even graduate?"
Demoted to Extra: Scott Hoager and Gary Fulcher. They only made brief appearances in part 1, and didn't get their characterization fleshed out until the end of part 2.
Justified with Janice Avery, since she already graduated and left the story altogether.
Prince Terrien was barely around, and only mentioned in brief sentences.
Distaff Counterpart: Scott Hoager and Gary Fulcher are out of most of the story, but Mandy Jenkins and Sonia Tyler picks up the pace as the resident bullies.
Besides the Expy example, some of Dylan Hil's traits seems to be lifted from younger Leslie of the original story; he's a friendly and imaginative youngster who befriends a sibling of the Aarons family (Maybelle this time), change their personality for the better, hang out with his new best friend in Terabithia, and ultimately leave a lasting impact on their lives. And they both get separated from their best friends for a prolonged period of time before their eventual reunion made their bonds closer than ever; Leslie was presumed dead after falling into a creek before the revelation, while Dylan have to move away to Colorado with his mother after his parents' divorce.
Double Standard: Abuse, Female on Male: Sonia slapping Jess and receiving absolutely NO comeuppance for her actions.
Double Standard Rape: Female on Male: Amelia tried seducing Jess by shoving her lips onto his and then unbuttoning enough of her shirt to reveal her bra. She receives NO comeuppance for her actions either, while Jess became a shivering mess for the rest of the day.
Dream Sequence: Jess had one early in part 1, the night after the evening finding out Leslie is actually still alive. Leads to a Catapult Nightmare.
Drowning My Sorrows: This happens to both Leslie and Jess, in both parts. They take turns helping each other from being subjected to more embarassment though. She did this in a party at Caitlyn's place in Part 1, due to the stress and depression of attempting to readjust her life back into society taking over her, and the added pressure of being publicly humiliated by Sonia.
He did this in part 2 in the Graduation party, after being reluctantly involved with Sonia's affairs after wanting to have nothing to do with her.
Easy Amnesia: All it takes for Leslie to remember Terabithia is a knock on the head after a nasty fall.
Enter Stage Window: Jess does this early in Part 1 to get into Leslie's bedroom. He's just too eager to see her again for the first time after assuming she's been dead for 5 years.
He did this again in the final chapter of Part 1 for his ultimate Love Confession. In the middle of heavy rain.
Fast-Forward to Reunion: The final chapter concludes with Dylan and Maybelle saying goodbye to each other when Dylan has to move away to Colorado with his mother after his parents' divorce. The succeding Epilogue immediately follows with a 13-year Time Skip depicting Dylan and Maybelle's wedding.
Fell Asleep Crying: Leslie does this when meeting Jess for the first time in 5 years, in his arms.
Its implied this happens to Maybelle too, on the night where the Aarons household got the news that Leslie was alive all along and is moving back next door. Jess finds her asleep on the couch when attempting to sneak out to the Burke's household, and tries to leave the house without waking Maybelle.
Foil: Mandy Jenkins to Caitlyn Freece. Both characters are wealthy, popular girls among the top in social status and in the upper class of students. However Mandy is an Alpha Bitch, a bully who looks down on anyone lower in class to her, flaunts her wealth and power around, and repeatedly picks on Leslie whom have just started to get accepted back into society and is starting to become popular among her peers; Caitlyn on the other hand is kind, friendly to everyone she meets, willing to hang out with anybody regardless of status or wealth, and immediately becomes Leslie's closest friend and forming a sisterly bond with Leslie when she needs it the most.
Food Slap: Sonia Tyler have a nasty habit of splashing water on people's faces. She did this to Jess when he broke up with her, and again to Leslie when Sonia found out Jess is dating Leslie.
Forceful Kiss: Jess receives two, from Sonia and Amelia. This is AFTER he pledges his love for Leslie, and sure enough he ends up badly shaken after both incidents.
Earlier on, this is Played for Laughs when Jess kissed Leslie in class, when a fellow classmate of his tried flirting with her. Mood Whiplash soon follows when Sonia starts assaulting Leslie over the kiss...
A Friend in Need: Jess is willing to put the importance of all his friends before his own.
The Friend Nobody Likes: Among Jess' group in the university, Damien is a gamer who spends more time on his phone and video games than with his friends. Downplayed example though, they don't really mind him much.
Nicholas Aarons is The Cousin Nobody Likes. He's pretty much an ass in human form whose existance proves that NOT all members in the Aarons household is perfect; among a huge band of cousins there's bound to be a black sheep nobody wants to be associated with.
Friendship Trinket: Jess got two bracelets, one for him, and one for Leslie. His with "Terra" written on it; hers with "Bithia".
She later gave him matching lockets with each others' names engraved on it, but that's only after they went through a Relationship Upgrade.
Genre Shift: The story delves into high school Slice of Life territory after around 12 chapters.
Get a Room!: Jake said this trope word-for-word near the end of part 2, to Amelia and Damien whom are kissing in front of him, shortly after he got dumped.
Girliness Upgrade: Leslie, even more so in Part 2, compared to the original story or the film; she's described as having long hair that goes past her shoulders (she occasionally dons a Tomboyish Ponytail however), wears perfume and is more ladylike when around Jess.
Graduate from the Story: The second-to-last chapter before the Epilogue.
Graduation for Everyone: Well everyone except Sonia Tyler. Its hard not to chuckle at her misfortune as punishment for her actions as a Manipulative Bitch.
Gray Rain of Depression: The last few chapters of Part 1 are set during the rain season, and coincides with Jess and Leslie giving each other the cold shoulder after a misunderstanding.
Green-Eyed Monster: Sonia Tyler, Jess' ex-girlfriend who refuse to leave him alone and repeatedly tries to screw over his life for dumping her. Until the epilogue.
Maybelle briefly becomes this in part 2, when Dylan becomes a little too close to another girl in class. Too bad Dylan is hilariously Oblivious to Love until Leslie comes to the rescue...
Hair of Gold, Heart of Gold: Leslie Burke, as per usual, but Dylan Hils, Maybelle's new friend-turned-love-interest and one of the nicest new characters in the story, is specified to be a blond as well. At one point Jess wonders if the Aarons siblings have a thing for blondes...
Inverted with Sonia Tyler and Mandy Jenkins. Both of the bullies are blondes, and are among the nastiest new characters.
Hate Sink: The original story by Katherine Patterson and the Disney film adaptation doesn't really have any characters that are despicable enough to qualify under this trope, so ElleFred decides to make up by cramming as many utterly despicable, disgustingly horrible new characters, to the point of being rather jarring... Mandy Jenkins can't stop bullying and taunting Leslie on the grounds that Leslie is slightly tomboyish; especially harsh considering the poor girl is a former human trafficking victim and has been locked in her uncle's basement for the past 5 years. For the Evulz, perhaps?
Sonia Tyler keeps on harassing Jess after breaking up with him, forcing a kiss on him, slaps him across the face, and did everything to drive a wedge between Jess and Leslie's relationship. Subverted in the epilogue though, Sonia Took a Level in Kindness after marrying Scott Hoager.
Uncle Jason Burke, being a human trafficking scumbag, easily fits into this trope by default. Being an outcast expelled from the Burke family, and holding a grudge against Bill Burke, Jason Burke is easily the most hateful character in fanfiction history, with zero redeeming qualities whose actions are a reminder of how this pathetic excuse of a human being is a horrific waste of oxygen; kidnapping his own 12-year-old niece, keeps her a prisoner and attempting to sell her, and showing absolutely no remorse afterwards. His eventual comeuppance of being sentenced to 15 years in prison seems more like a Karma Houdini, considering the real-world consequences given to child traffickers these days
Nicholas, Jess' obnoxious, rude cousin several years older than him, who appeared only in a few chapters in part 2, but his short presence is enough to make everyone around him miserable. He calls people names, picks on younger relatives unprovoked, thinks too highly of himself, behaves like a snobbish lout, tried to f