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  • Candy Candy: The Great-Uncle William who adopted Candy, and whose identity was the best-kept secret through the whole series, is revealed to be Albert, the man who became Candy's friend and watched over her on certain moments of her life, the last of them while he was amnesiac. Oh, and he also was the very "Prince of the Hill" she became infatuated with when she was a little girl. Also, Candy ends happily single, taking care of the orphanage where she grew up. All Latin American girls who saw that became rightly shocked and outraged. No wonder the Italians declared Fanon Discontinuity and created their own ending.
    • Rightly shocked and outraged, This Latin-American Troper's foot. She considers the ending as Fridge Brilliance since it actually makes her happy to see Candy grow up into a strong Plucky Girl -- without having the absolute need to have a love interest next to her. Romantic love is NOT everything, people, and if we take Candy and Terry's personalities and own problems in consideration... they would've been very unhappy if they stayed together. But go tell that to the rabid Candy/Terry shippers who think that Candy's life OMG MEANINGLESS without having Terry, Completely Missing the Point about how a woman can be happy in her life without giving top priority to romantic love. If she and Albert get together after the end, we'll see; right now, Candy has other priorities than having a boyfriend, and there's nothing wrong with that.
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