|Also Known As||"Blondie" (by Moxette)|
|Known Relations||The Smurfs (Family)|
|Voice Actor||Melissa Rauch and/or Numbuh 404 (Desired)|
|First Appearance||Original: "La Stroumphette" (Comics) & "The Smurfette" Season 1 (Cartoon Show)
Fanon: Season 10 Finale (Official)
|Universe||LD Stories/Expanded AU|
Smurfette (AKA "Blondie") is a character from the original comics and cartoon show. Her Wiki page is located here. She is also a character within The Light and Dark Series and the Expanded Animated Universe.
Straight from the Wiki: Smurfette was created by Gargamel, which explains her original position as the only female Smurf in the village. There is no such thing as a natural Smurfette (all Smurfs are male), and they must be created. Originally, since Smurfettes are not "Smurfs," when one is created, they are very rude until they have a Smurfy spell cast on them.
She was, and always will be, the first Smurfette in the Smurf Village to be magically created and accepted as a real Smurf by her fellow males, including Papa Smurf. However, in both medias, she did not remain the one and only Smurfette; later, she was joined by Sassette Smurfling (whom she views as a younger sister) and Nanny Smurf (whom she views as a mother/grandmother).
She was primarily created to be a love interest for all the Smurfs and become a destructive force within her position, but when Papa transformed her into a "real Smurf", she was morally obligated not to use her power of emotional persuasion against her fellow Smurfs. Despite this, a majority of the males still have noticable feelings for her and attempt to court her from time to time. Usually she lets them down easy by stating that she is "simply too young" to be dating, infatuated with, or married to any Smurf.
Smurfette is sweet and emotional, often crying if something goes wrong; she is also instantly saddened if someone she cares for gets hurt, physically or emotionally, and will offer comfort as she sees fit. She is quite feminine, naturally: talking primarily about friends, plants, animals, and fashion. Although she only has one dress and shoe style on a daily basis, she uses her creative mindset to invent wearable, "trendy" statements out of ordinary objects. Generally, she may find a lost human's item and make something out of it, which dazzles her friends.
She has also proven herself to be one of the smartest Smurfs in the village, and is very independent, disliking it when the other Smurfs are too protective of her. She cannot stand Brainy's long-winded speeches about his hubris and Harmony's blaring trumpet, but otherwise, she claims to love her fellow Smurfs as equally as possible.
Role in the Village
Smurfette is the first person to see about any gardening issues in the village, besides Papa and Farmer Smurfs, since she is the main flower tender in the village. As she claims at one point to one to her fellow Smurfs, "Farmer can smurf his crops and make food out of them, but I'll smurf my gardens and bring beauty into this village!" She is - from time to time - also an animal caretaker, and has this in common with Clumsy. She is also the instinctive mother figure for Baby Smurf.
Relationship with Moxette Smurfette
When Moxette is introduced to the village after Peewit deliberately disobeys Papa's warnings, she is momentarily concerned about her fellow Smurfs' reaction to her being as enthusiastic (in a romantic way) as they were for her. This fear is soothed when they welcome her into the village and the majority do not attempt to publicly court her.
Shortly after they become acquainted, Smurfette is annoyed by Moxette's trademark feature: mockery. She first brings up her disapproval after she attempts to mock her for her feminine attitude towards fashion and flowers, but rather than arguing, Moxette surprisingly backs down and promises that she will be more conservative with Smurfette's feelings, so they bond more comfortably onwards.
Smurfette originally did not appreciate being labeled as "Blondie" by Moxette, but after they settle their differences, she allows her - and only her - to call her this. Likewise, Smurfette has created two nicknames for Moxette: "Moxie" as a general greeting or when she is being exceptionally mischievous, and "Rhodette" for when she is acting careless.
Smurfette often invites her fellow Smurfettes to help her with gardening, animal care, watching Baby Smurf, or other recreational activities, but is occasionally surprised when Moxette would rather spend time with the other Smurfs over her. However, she is aware that Moxette has more boyish attributes than her, much like Sassette - thanks to her creator - so she does not take offense as often as she might with the other Smurfettes. Overall, they have a good, sometimes sisterly relationship.
Season 10 Episodes
Smurfette is in the vast majority of Season 10 episodes as either a main, secondary, or background character. However, only several episodes directly pertain to the LD Storyline.
- Tripped Up (Ep. 6) -- She makes a cameo appearance as a background character during one scene where Ripple is visiting the village.
- Peewit's Smurfy Creation (Ep. 8) -- She is the main conversation piece between Peewit and Papa Smurf while he and Johan are visiting the village after agreeing to help throw a party, but does not have a speaking role.
- Peewit's Unsmurfy Mistake (Ep. 9) -- Once again, she is a background character with no speaking role, but is seen gathering the pieces of torn book pages for Papa Smurf with her fellow Smurfs.
- Mystico Returns (Ep. 10) -- It can be assumed that she was either turned into a Goblin like the rest of the Smurfs, or managed to hide in her house until the threat was extinguished.
- The Goblin's Admiration (Ep. 17) -- Smurfette holds a secondary role in this story, helping Mystico try to win the heart of Vira after he has settled his former grudge with the Smurfs.
- Hethera the Goblin (Ep. 18) -- She joins the group that goes to the past in order to find a Gobliness for Mystico, and is the first to spot Hethera. When they return, she and Clumsy wish them "good smurf" finding Mystico and convincing him to give Hethera a chance.
- Beyond the Mirror's Reflection (Ep. 25) -- She is one of the secondary characters appearing variously throughout the episode with multiple scripture.
- The Gnome Princess (Ep. 49) -- She makes a brief cameo when Prince Pyro visits the Smurf Village for advice about Princess Glacia.
- Moxette's Crazy, Stupid Love (Ep. 50) -- When Moxette disobey's Papa's orders not to try using the newly-discovered "Humanity Spell" without knowing the effects, she is one of the Smurfs to chase her down at the King's castle and is in full agreement when Papa punishes her upon their return to the Village.
- Kiddie Crushes (Ep. 59) -- She has a minor role leading the Smurflings around the forest until they come upon Denisa and Scruple, who wish to be taken to the village. She asks Papa Smurf if letting Scruple in would be wise, and then later laughs along with her fellow Smurfs when Denisa reveals a liking for Peewit.
- The Reluctant Dark Knight (Season Finale) -- She plays a definitive secondary character role in certain chapters of The Reluctant Dark Knight novel at the end of Season 10 and is happy to make another new friend who moves into the King's castle. Falla, as she sees it, is a wonderful addition to the dynamic duo, Johan and Peewit, but worries when Gargamel plans on breaking them up. Against all odds, Johan is stolen for the side of Evil, leaving her amongst the many disheartened Smurfs.
Season 11 Episodes
As always, Smurfette will be a main character throughout Season 11 in LD Storyline episodes.
- Woeful Smurfs (Ep. 1) -- She is a main character helping Moxette seek closure with the fact that Johan has been turned evil.
- Somebody's Hidden Talent (Ep. 2) -- She is a lesser-supporting character who advises Somebody Smurf when he wants to know what attract Moxette to him.
- Smurfing a Goblin Hollow (Ep. 4) -- Pending...
- Clockette's Upgrades (Ep. 5) -- Pending...
- Good Knight, Moon (Ep. 6) -- Pending...
- Josten's Scar (Ep. 8) -- Pending...
- Skipping Stones (Ep. 10) -- Pending...
- Sylke Hood (Ep. 11) -- Pending...
- Rising Flames (Ep. 14) -- Pending...
- Smurfing One's Imagination (Ep. 16) -- Pending...
- Crestfallen Christmas (Ep. 18) -- She is a strongly supportive character whenever the focus turns to the Smurfs, mostly educating Moxette on Christmas traditions - both Smurfic and human.
- The Smurfs of Poetry (Ep. 20) -- Pending...
- When Fire and Water Collide (Ep. 21) -- Pending...
- Mechanical Hero (Ep. 22) -- Pending...
- Brainy, Smurfette's True Love (Ep. 23) -- Pending...
- Attack of the Love-Struck Smurfs (Ep. 25) -- Pending...
- Mother Nature's (Re)Creation (Ep. 27) -- Pending...
- Mind Over Smurf (Ep. 30) -- Pending...
- Top Prankster: Brains Versus Moxie (Ep. 32) -- Pending...
- Denisa's Birthday Wish (Ep. 35) -- Pending...
- Poet's Inspirational Imaginarium Experience (Ep. 36) -- Pending...
- Backstage Smurfs (Ep. 37) -- Pending...
- Return of the Weresmurf (Ep. 41) -- She is one of the main characters in her and Moxette's "girls-only" Imaginarium setting alongside Brainy, in which they have portrayed him as a Weresmurf.
- Brainy's Essential Discovery (Ep. 42) -- In Brainy's Imaginarium setting, she makes several brief appearances and is evidently unhappy about the introduction of "Bernadette."
- A Gift for a Knight (Ep. 44) -- Pending...
- Spritely Matrimony (Ep. 45) -- Pending...
- Take Back the Knight (Season Finale) -- Pending...
Originally, Smurfette had short, unkempt black hair, a nose more prominant than her eyelashes, a plain, straight-edge white dress, a matching Smurf hat, and flat, ankle-fitted shoes. As her normal, smurfy self, she is naturally beautiful with extensive eyelashes, long, flowing blonde hair with outgrown, side-swept bangs, a white Smurf hat, short-sleeve white dress with black imprinted circles on the skirt piece, which has curvy edges and stops above her knees, and matching high heels.
As a human, she has a cute, curvy figure, blue eyes to match her blue-painted fingernails, and stands about 5'3" (American measurement, not including the extra half-inch from her heels). Like Moxette, she shows much more skin than what is considered appropriate for this time period, but is more self-conscious about it than Moxette is.
To be determined later!
The most desirable voice actress (speaking) would be Melissa Rauch, who is currently playing the role of Bernadette Wolowitz on the CBS comedy series, The Big Bang Theory. A suitable alternative could belong to Numbuh 404, who (with proper conditioning) can recreate a voice similar to Lucille Bliss in her initial role: an audio demo is available here (recorded Nov. 22nd, 2015).
- "Rhodette" is short for Rhododendron, a type of flower that grows in the Northern and parts of the Southern Hemispheres, primarily in Southern Asia and Australia. It is considered a shrub plant and blooms in red, pink, white, yellow, and mauve. Symbolically, it means "be cautious/have caution," which is why Smurfette refers to Moxette with this nickname.
- Despite her insisting that she loves all the Smurfs equally, she does have some bias towards a few: she has a disliking for Brainy's hubris and and higher praise for Hefty's selflessness, for instance.
- From "Smurfette's Dancing Shoes," it is discovered that Smurfette is only a graceful dancer if she practices. To maintain her light-footed reputation, she sometimes practices in private with Brainy since he is a naturally talented dancer.
- She has a pink diary, which is common knowledge amongst her fellow Smurfs, although only the most foolish would ever dare to take it in the hopes of uncovering her private thoughts and feelings.
- She has acquired a love of Smurfberry tea and is most likely to host tea parties for her fellow Smurfs.
- She is considered "ambi-righteous" because she is predominantly right-handed, but also capable of writing with her left hand, which she taught herself to do.
- Her Zodiac sign is Cancer and her "birthday" is on July 1st.