The Loop (TV)
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Basic Trope: A character undergoes some form of Temporary Bulk Change and gets a deeper/rougher voice in the process.
- Straight: Alice's voice deepens after she gains a significant amount of weight.
- Exaggerated: Alice's voice becomes downright monstrous when she gains weight.
- Downplayed: Aside from a minute difference, Alice's voice is still recognizable after gaining weight.
- Justified: Alice's voice deepens as the result of growing thicker vocal folds after gaining weight.
- Inverted: Alice's voice becomes lighter when she loses weight.
- Subverted: Alice's voice seems to have gotten deeper after she gains weight, but she clears her throat and continues speaking in her normal voice.
- Double Subverted: She then hiccups and her voice deepens again.
- Parodied: After Alice gains weight, her voice is dubbed by James Earl Jones.
- Deconstructed: Alice's voice change is revealed to be psychosomatic, and the result of being depressed about the weight gain.
- Reconstructed: Alice realizes that she used to be too skinny, and she was keeping her voice artificially high. The weight gain and deeper voice were actually her natural state.
- Zig Zagged: Alice's weight and voice both go up and down like a yo-yo.
- Averted: Alice's voice doesn't change no matter how much her weight changes.
- Enforced: The writers need to come up with a change in Alice's character besides just weight gain.
- Lampshaded: ???
- Invoked: Alice deliberately gains weight because she knows that the subsequent deepening of her voice will make her a great opera singer.
- Exploited: Bob knows this will happen, so he tries to get Alice fired from her voice acting job as a cartoon squirrel by leaving snack cakes lying around, causing her to cheat on her diet.
- Defied: ???
- Discussed: ???
- Conversed: ???
- Played For Laughs: ???
- Played For Drama: ???
- Plotted A Good Waste: ???
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