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A Web sit-com that updates approximately once a month starring the cast and crew of LoadingReadyRun as exaggerated versions of themselves in their everyday lives doing odd odd geeky things in geeky ways.

Season 1 had a plot about an artist scorned and a myriad of sub plots. Episodes ranged from 13 to almost 20 minutes long. [[RealLifeWritesThePlot They also got on the Jay Leno show]].

Season 2 and Season 3 have shorter episodes and no overarching plot but the characterizations are still the same and they maintain continuity.

Recently got its own SpinOff, ''Friday Nights'', based around the group's love of ''MagicTheGathering'' and is sponsored by ''WizardsOfTheCoast''.

!!This Web Original contains examples of:

* ActuallyPrettyFunny: [[spoiler:Geoff says this almost verbatim after being kicked in the balls by Paul's ball-kicking robot]].
* {{Adorkable}}: Kathleen finds Graham's roleplaying past "adorable" and later gets into it herself. Most of the crew count to some degree or another.
* BeggingTheQuestion: The reason Graham trusts Wikipedia.
-->'''Graham:''' Studies have shown that it's just as accurate as the Encyclopedia Britannica, sometimes more so.
-->'''Jer:''' And where did you read that?
-->'''Graham:''' Wikiped - [[FridgeHorror oh my god]], that's ''insidious''.
* BookEnds: The first episode of ''Friday Nights'' starts off almost instantly with Paul asking how to play ''Magic: the Gathering'', with Jer running into the room out of nowhere to help out, much to Graham's confusion. The season finale ends similarly, only difference being that Paul asks how to draft.
* BottomOfTheBarrelJoke: In-universe. While the show itself rarely reaches for ToiletHumour and the like (despite the ongoing GroinAttack plotline in Season 1), the 'Hustle version of LoadingReadyRun is heavily implied to resort to low-brow humour way too quickly and easily.
* BuxomIsBetter: After her failed attempt at viral fame, Kathleen discovers that D-cups aren't big enough for Website/YouTube.
--> '''Graham:''' It's the internet. Anything smaller than a cantaloupe [[HollywoodThin stapled to a xylophone]] is considered small.
* CallBack: Practically every punchline in the second half of "Mustache You a Question" is a callback to the first half. The biggest stinger is probably the one about YourMom.
* ChristmasEpisode: "Santa Secrets".
* ComedicSociopathy: The huge creepy doll Tally made for Graham as James' Secret Santa present, as Graham is terrified by it.
* ConvenienceStoreGiftShopping: A very specific kind in [[http://www.escapistmagazine.com/videos/view/loadingreadyrun/2564-Santa-Secrets Santa Secrets]], where everybody except James and Morgan buys everybody else a Magic: The Gathering booster pack. Hilariously, Morgan's gift, the only one which was bought from a convenience store, was the only gift which was appreciated by its recipient (James).
* CurbStompBattle: When the crew gets back into [[MagicTheGathering Magic]], we get a montage of Jer, Graham, Matt, and James trying to play against Alex.
-->'''Alex''': Swing for 37...
-->'''Alex''': And I mill your whole deck...
-->'''Alex''': Six makes ten poison counters...
-->'''Alex''': Now you can't cast spells, ever.
* CuteKitten: Subverted. Kathleen's plan to make money of her cats didn't work out. They are still cute.
* CreditsGag: Occasionally, such as with "Sir James von Landlord" in "The Arms Race", and Kathleen as "Anchor-Wrangling Technician" in "Sickness", both referencing events from the episode.
* EvenNerdsHaveStandards: Graham's explanation of [=LARPers=].
---> '''Graham''': It's like what Jer does with the dice and the bits of paper, except that the people Jer hangs out with look down on these guys.
* FiveManBand: When the "Gang" of Loading Ready Runners join a different gang, their new leader Kate assigns them Five Man Band-esque roles, though this barely lasts an episode:
** Kate as TheHero, of course.
** James, as one of the few guys with common sense, is [[TheLancer The Fixer]]. This is the only role that sticks after the assignment.
** Jeremy is TheSmartGuy.
** Bill, being insanely tall, is TheBigGuy.
** And Matt, the ButtMonkey is [[TheChick The Girl]]. Why? Because Kate's already leader.
*** He makes a terrible girl though.
--->'''Matt:''' Maybe it's because of my ''PENIS!''
* ForScience: Why did Paul invent the [[spoiler: ball-kicking robot]]? "Because I could".
--->'''Jer:''' Isn't that the kind of thinking that lead to the nuclear bomb?
--->'''Paul:''' Gee, I hope so.
** Also his explanation for why they are watching WesternAnimation/MyLittlePonyFriendshipIsMagic. Quotes the trope name verbatim, in fact.
* GilliganCut: Many times.
--->'''Matt:''' I think that's the trick with customer service. You just need to know what to say.
--->''(cut)''
--->'''James:''' Screw you too! Asshole!
* GroinAttack: Played straight and played with during the first season, where Geoff's objection to LoadingReadyRun is their reliance on this in their comedy.
* HalloweenEpisode: "Roll For Treats".
* HammerSpace: Paul has goggles and cookies in hammerspace.
** James apparently keeps a copy of ''Bad Dudes'' for the NES... in his collar.
** Alex apparently keeps a bunch of magic cards concealed on his person, and a [[ItMakesSenseInContext bandoleer or two of soda cans.]]
* HeavySleeper: Both Bill and Morgan. The only reliable way to wake Morgan is to uncap a sharpie in his presence. The only non-ninja-related way to wake Bill is to hold his nose.
* HurricaneOfEuphemisms: Testicular trauma. Scrotal assault. Reproductive carnage. Wang misery. Dong distress.
--->'''Bill:''' You put way too much thought into this!
--->'''Morgan:''' Oh no, it just comes naturally. [[HehHehYouSaidX Ha.]] ''Comes''.
* ImaginedInnuendo: Alex invokes this in "Bros Clubbing Bros".
--->'''Alex:''' Hey James, you wanna play Bros Twisting Bros?
--->'''James:''' (backs away) Is this another trick question?
* LeastCommonSkintone: The smear campaign in Season One claims that the Runners are racist because they're all white. Which is true, but that's because they a)live in Canada, and b)live in a very white city, and c)are based in and mostly met in what Graham describes as "the whitest neighbourhood".
* LowerDeckEpisode: "The Bee Team" mainly stars Tally, Kate, and Cameron (the latter having not even appeared in the series yet and the former two only appearing occasionally as minor roles) while the rest of the crew is away. The only main crew members to actually appear are Graham, James, and Matt, and Matt doesn't even have any lines.
* MistakenForGay: Graham, apparently: in "Street", he explains that Matt won't give him a lift anywhere in his car, because when he does, people mistake them for a gay couple. He uses the same rationale for why he won't take Morgan to the hospital anymore.
** The hospital bit, according to a story told on [[WebVideo/DesertBusForHope Desert Bus]] is [[TruthInTelevision based on actual events.]]
* NerdsAreSexy: Pretty much played straight. Almost all are in stable relationships. It helps that their partners are often just as nerdy as they are.
* OffscreenTeleportation: PlayedForLaughs when Paul crosses the room, presents a slideshow in a labcoat and goggles, then reappears next to Kathleen in his normal clothing with no transition or explanation.
** Reappears in "Pony Time" and similar videos where Paul's manic energy allows him to shatter physical laws.
* OneSteveLimit: Used in [[http://www.escapistmagazine.com/videos/view/loadingreadyrun/1877-The-Arms-Race The Arms Race]]:
--->'''Graham:''' Oh, hey, Landlord James.
--->'''Landlord:''' [[LampshadeHanging Why do you guys always have to call me that?]]
--->'''Paul:''' We already have a James, so...
--->'''Landlord:''' Well, how about "Sir James von Landlord"?
** Which [[BrickJoke comes back]] as a CreditsGag.
* OnlySaneMan: Most often applies to James, who is variously credited as "The Fixer" and "A sensible guy".
* RealLifeWritesThePlot: Several times, always exaggerated for laughs.
** Matt really was actually moving out at the time they filmed "Matt Gets His Groove".
** They really had to change offices.
** Geoff used to work at Yo!Video.
** Graham moved out of Bill's and Morgan's because of an... incident.
** Graham and Morgan actually had to go to the hospital, and the doctors thought they were a couple.
** The entire "Fallout" episode was inspired by the results of their viral videos.
** They are now heavily into MagicTheGathering.
** Tim really had to leave the group, though it was to get married, not due to realizing how terrible they were.
** During a [=LRRcast=], Graham revealed that the episode probably most based on real life was "The Gay Chicken". Virtually everything in that episode really happened at some point, with the exception of Tally being led to believe that "gay chicken" was Bill's D&D character. Including how Bill eventually won.
* RedOniBlueOni: Paul and Graham respectively; Graham, while not completely sane, is much more down-to-earth than Paul, who is very separated from reality.
** Other pairs that form during the course of the first season: Kathleen and Jer, Morgan and Bill, Matt and James. Only the last one transitions into future seasons, as Morgan and Bill stop appearing and Kathleen and Jer don't interact nearly as much.
* ScoobyStack: At the beginning of "The Gay Chicken", Kathleen, Alex and Kathleen's cat do it to prove that there is no room in Graham's house for another guest.
** Later, in "The Bee Team", this is done by Tally, Kate, Cameron, and Dale to check on the moonbase to see if [[ItMakesSenseInContext the bees are dead]].
* SerialEscalation: Alex's sleight of hand in "It's Magic" starts out realistic (using real card tricks), then gets increasingly ridiculous until he is somehow able to replace his entire [[MagicTheGathering MtG]] deck with a red one.
-->'''Graham:''' I need you to be straight with me. Is magic real, and are you a wizard.
-->'''Graham:''' Well, you still cheated at Magic. The game.
-->'''Alex:''' ''(reading a book; all cards have vanished from the table)'' Did I?
** James pulls some similar maneuvers in his conversation with Jer about the spending limit, opening a large pile of boosters and sending a text message to Matt, each in the space of a few seconds while the camera is pointed at Jer.
* SevenMinuteLull: During the gang's fight in the episode ''Street'' where we get this interesting line from
-->'''Matt:''' "And just because Rodamus Prime got the matrix of leadership '''doesn't''' make him the best leader they've ever had!"
* ShoutOut: In "The Bee Team", Graham's sister Kate remarks that "[[ASongOfIceAndFire there must always be a Stark]] in the Moonbase"
* StylisticSuck: Graham Stark himself mentions on the DVD commentary that the LoadingReadyRun of the CommodoreHustle universe seems to be mostly comprised of fart, poop and ball kick jokes with added pelvic thrusts. Probably also doubles as self-deprecation.
* TakeThat:
---> "I'm watching all the good [[Series/StarTrekTheNextGeneration Next Gen]] movies."
---> "See you in [[Film/StarTrekFirstContact one hundred and eleven minutes]]."
** Eternal Sonata has horribly paced cutscenes.
* TheTapeKnewYouWouldSayThat: Episode 10: Judgment does this with Geoff's ransom note on the computer.
* {{Troll}}: Jer during the Bros Clubbing Bros episode, complete with Troll Face just to drive the point home.
* {{Understatement}}: When Bill and Morgan discover Jer's "acid pit", their response is uncharacteristic.
-->'''Morgan:''' The landlord lives in the basement, by the way.
-->'''Bill:''' He's not thrilled.
* VerySpecialEpisode: Discussed; proposed as a way to explain how Paul's character in their Warriors of Darkness videos lost his beard.
** This conversation doubles as a TakeThat at ''Franchise/{{Degrassi}}''.
* VitriolicBestBuds: Type 2, this is the nature of 95% of James and Matt's interactions with each other to the point where James threatens to kill Matt for visiting his home and Matt haunting James's nightmares.
* WroteTheBook:
-->'''Morgan''': James, please. When it comes to gay chicken, I practically wrote the book. Remember the groundbreaking assault that was International Cup Bill's Balls Week?
* YourMom: Kate's gang called the "West Coast Mother Lovin' G's" not because they love their mothers, but because they love ''your'' mothers.
** James's first attempt to get a replacement iPhone ended with Apple customer service laughing at him, and making fun of his mom.
---> '''Graham:''' That's not cool, I like your mom.
** The subject of a gag or two in "Mustache You a Question."
* XCalledTheyWantTheirYBack: Graham spent $130 on a gadget that makes his cell phone ring just so he can make this joke.

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A Web sit-com that updates approximately once a month starring the cast and crew of LoadingReadyRun as exaggerated versions of themselves in their everyday lives doing odd odd geeky things in geeky ways.

Season 1 had a plot about an artist scorned and a myriad of sub plots. Episodes ranged from 13 to almost 20 minutes long. [[RealLifeWritesThePlot They also got on the Jay Leno show]].

Season 2 and Season 3 have shorter episodes and no overarching plot but the characterizations are still the same and they maintain continuity.

Recently got its own SpinOff, ''Friday Nights'', based around the group's love of ''MagicTheGathering'' and is sponsored by ''WizardsOfTheCoast''.

!!This Web Original contains examples of:

* ActuallyPrettyFunny: [[spoiler:Geoff says this almost verbatim after being kicked in the balls by Paul's ball-kicking robot]].
* {{Adorkable}}: Kathleen finds Graham's roleplaying past "adorable" and later gets into it herself. Most of the crew count to some degree or another.
* BeggingTheQuestion: The reason Graham trusts Wikipedia.
-->'''Graham:''' Studies have shown that it's just as accurate as the Encyclopedia Britannica, sometimes more so.
-->'''Jer:''' And where did you read that?
-->'''Graham:''' Wikiped - [[FridgeHorror oh my god]], that's ''insidious''.
* BookEnds: The first episode of ''Friday Nights'' starts off almost instantly with Paul asking how to play ''Magic: the Gathering'', with Jer running into the room out of nowhere to help out, much to Graham's confusion. The season finale ends similarly, only difference being that Paul asks how to draft.
* BottomOfTheBarrelJoke: In-universe. While the show itself rarely reaches for ToiletHumour and the like (despite the ongoing GroinAttack plotline in Season 1), the 'Hustle version of LoadingReadyRun is heavily implied to resort to low-brow humour way too quickly and easily.
* BuxomIsBetter: After her failed attempt at viral fame, Kathleen discovers that D-cups aren't big enough for Website/YouTube.
--> '''Graham:''' It's the internet. Anything smaller than a cantaloupe [[HollywoodThin stapled to a xylophone]] is considered small.
* CallBack: Practically every punchline in the second half of "Mustache You a Question" is a callback to the first half. The biggest stinger is probably the one about YourMom.
* ChristmasEpisode: "Santa Secrets".
* ComedicSociopathy: The huge creepy doll Tally made for Graham as James' Secret Santa present, as Graham is terrified by it.
* ConvenienceStoreGiftShopping: A very specific kind in [[http://www.escapistmagazine.com/videos/view/loadingreadyrun/2564-Santa-Secrets Santa Secrets]], where everybody except James and Morgan buys everybody else a Magic: The Gathering booster pack. Hilariously, Morgan's gift, the only one which was bought from a convenience store, was the only gift which was appreciated by its recipient (James).
* CurbStompBattle: When the crew gets back into [[MagicTheGathering Magic]], we get a montage of Jer, Graham, Matt, and James trying to play against Alex.
-->'''Alex''': Swing for 37...
-->'''Alex''': And I mill your whole deck...
-->'''Alex''': Six makes ten poison counters...
-->'''Alex''': Now you can't cast spells, ever.
* CuteKitten: Subverted. Kathleen's plan to make money of her cats didn't work out. They are still cute.
* CreditsGag: Occasionally, such as with "Sir James von Landlord" in "The Arms Race", and Kathleen as "Anchor-Wrangling Technician" in "Sickness", both referencing events from the episode.
* EvenNerdsHaveStandards: Graham's explanation of [=LARPers=].
---> '''Graham''': It's like what Jer does with the dice and the bits of paper, except that the people Jer hangs out with look down on these guys.
* FiveManBand: When the "Gang" of Loading Ready Runners join a different gang, their new leader Kate assigns them Five Man Band-esque roles, though this barely lasts an episode:
** Kate as TheHero, of course.
** James, as one of the few guys with common sense, is [[TheLancer The Fixer]]. This is the only role that sticks after the assignment.
** Jeremy is TheSmartGuy.
** Bill, being insanely tall, is TheBigGuy.
** And Matt, the ButtMonkey is [[TheChick The Girl]]. Why? Because Kate's already leader.
*** He makes a terrible girl though.
--->'''Matt:''' Maybe it's because of my ''PENIS!''
* ForScience: Why did Paul invent the [[spoiler: ball-kicking robot]]? "Because I could".
--->'''Jer:''' Isn't that the kind of thinking that lead to the nuclear bomb?
--->'''Paul:''' Gee, I hope so.
** Also his explanation for why they are watching WesternAnimation/MyLittlePonyFriendshipIsMagic. Quotes the trope name verbatim, in fact.
* GilliganCut: Many times.
--->'''Matt:''' I think that's the trick with customer service. You just need to know what to say.
--->''(cut)''
--->'''James:''' Screw you too! Asshole!
* GroinAttack: Played straight and played with during the first season, where Geoff's objection to LoadingReadyRun is their reliance on this in their comedy.
* HalloweenEpisode: "Roll For Treats".
* HammerSpace: Paul has goggles and cookies in hammerspace.
** James apparently keeps a copy of ''Bad Dudes'' for the NES... in his collar.
** Alex apparently keeps a bunch of magic cards concealed on his person, and a [[ItMakesSenseInContext bandoleer or two of soda cans.]]
* HeavySleeper: Both Bill and Morgan. The only reliable way to wake Morgan is to uncap a sharpie in his presence. The only non-ninja-related way to wake Bill is to hold his nose.
* HurricaneOfEuphemisms: Testicular trauma. Scrotal assault. Reproductive carnage. Wang misery. Dong distress.
--->'''Bill:''' You put way too much thought into this!
--->'''Morgan:''' Oh no, it just comes naturally. [[HehHehYouSaidX Ha.]] ''Comes''.
* ImaginedInnuendo: Alex invokes this in "Bros Clubbing Bros".
--->'''Alex:''' Hey James, you wanna play Bros Twisting Bros?
--->'''James:''' (backs away) Is this another trick question?
* LeastCommonSkintone: The smear campaign in Season One claims that the Runners are racist because they're all white. Which is true, but that's because they a)live in Canada, and b)live in a very white city, and c)are based in and mostly met in what Graham describes as "the whitest neighbourhood".
* LowerDeckEpisode: "The Bee Team" mainly stars Tally, Kate, and Cameron (the latter having not even appeared in the series yet and the former two only appearing occasionally as minor roles) while the rest of the crew is away. The only main crew members to actually appear are Graham, James, and Matt, and Matt doesn't even have any lines.
* MistakenForGay: Graham, apparently: in "Street", he explains that Matt won't give him a lift anywhere in his car, because when he does, people mistake them for a gay couple. He uses the same rationale for why he won't take Morgan to the hospital anymore.
** The hospital bit, according to a story told on [[WebVideo/DesertBusForHope Desert Bus]] is [[TruthInTelevision based on actual events.]]
* NerdsAreSexy: Pretty much played straight. Almost all are in stable relationships. It helps that their partners are often just as nerdy as they are.
* OffscreenTeleportation: PlayedForLaughs when Paul crosses the room, presents a slideshow in a labcoat and goggles, then reappears next to Kathleen in his normal clothing with no transition or explanation.
** Reappears in "Pony Time" and similar videos where Paul's manic energy allows him to shatter physical laws.
* OneSteveLimit: Used in [[http://www.escapistmagazine.com/videos/view/loadingreadyrun/1877-The-Arms-Race The Arms Race]]:
--->'''Graham:''' Oh, hey, Landlord James.
--->'''Landlord:''' [[LampshadeHanging Why do you guys always have to call me that?]]
--->'''Paul:''' We already have a James, so...
--->'''Landlord:''' Well, how about "Sir James von Landlord"?
** Which [[BrickJoke comes back]] as a CreditsGag.
* OnlySaneMan: Most often applies to James, who is variously credited as "The Fixer" and "A sensible guy".
* RealLifeWritesThePlot: Several times, always exaggerated for laughs.
** Matt really was actually moving out at the time they filmed "Matt Gets His Groove".
** They really had to change offices.
** Geoff used to work at Yo!Video.
** Graham moved out of Bill's and Morgan's because of an... incident.
** Graham and Morgan actually had to go to the hospital, and the doctors thought they were a couple.
** The entire "Fallout" episode was inspired by the results of their viral videos.
** They are now heavily into MagicTheGathering.
** Tim really had to leave the group, though it was to get married, not due to realizing how terrible they were.
** During a [=LRRcast=], Graham revealed that the episode probably most based on real life was "The Gay Chicken". Virtually everything in that episode really happened at some point, with the exception of Tally being led to believe that "gay chicken" was Bill's D&D character. Including how Bill eventually won.
* RedOniBlueOni: Paul and Graham respectively; Graham, while not completely sane, is much more down-to-earth than Paul, who is very separated from reality.
** Other pairs that form during the course of the first season: Kathleen and Jer, Morgan and Bill, Matt and James. Only the last one transitions into future seasons, as Morgan and Bill stop appearing and Kathleen and Jer don't interact nearly as much.
* ScoobyStack: At the beginning of "The Gay Chicken", Kathleen, Alex and Kathleen's cat do it to prove that there is no room in Graham's house for another guest.
** Later, in "The Bee Team", this is done by Tally, Kate, Cameron, and Dale to check on the moonbase to see if [[ItMakesSenseInContext the bees are dead]].
* SerialEscalation: Alex's sleight of hand in "It's Magic" starts out realistic (using real card tricks), then gets increasingly ridiculous until he is somehow able to replace his entire [[MagicTheGathering MtG]] deck with a red one.
-->'''Graham:''' I need you to be straight with me. Is magic real, and are you a wizard.
-->'''Graham:''' Well, you still cheated at Magic. The game.
-->'''Alex:''' ''(reading a book; all cards have vanished from the table)'' Did I?
** James pulls some similar maneuvers in his conversation with Jer about the spending limit, opening a large pile of boosters and sending a text message to Matt, each in the space of a few seconds while the camera is pointed at Jer.
* SevenMinuteLull: During the gang's fight in the episode ''Street'' where we get this interesting line from
-->'''Matt:''' "And just because Rodamus Prime got the matrix of leadership '''doesn't''' make him the best leader they've ever had!"
* ShoutOut: In "The Bee Team", Graham's sister Kate remarks that "[[ASongOfIceAndFire there must always be a Stark]] in the Moonbase"
* StylisticSuck: Graham Stark himself mentions on the DVD commentary that the LoadingReadyRun of the CommodoreHustle universe seems to be mostly comprised of fart, poop and ball kick jokes with added pelvic thrusts. Probably also doubles as self-deprecation.
* TakeThat:
---> "I'm watching all the good [[Series/StarTrekTheNextGeneration Next Gen]] movies."
---> "See you in [[Film/StarTrekFirstContact one hundred and eleven minutes]]."
** Eternal Sonata has horribly paced cutscenes.
* TheTapeKnewYouWouldSayThat: Episode 10: Judgment does this with Geoff's ransom note on the computer.
* {{Troll}}: Jer during the Bros Clubbing Bros episode, complete with Troll Face just to drive the point home.
* {{Understatement}}: When Bill and Morgan discover Jer's "acid pit", their response is uncharacteristic.
-->'''Morgan:''' The landlord lives in the basement, by the way.
-->'''Bill:''' He's not thrilled.
* VerySpecialEpisode: Discussed; proposed as a way to explain how Paul's character in their Warriors of Darkness videos lost his beard.
** This conversation doubles as a TakeThat at ''Franchise/{{Degrassi}}''.
* VitriolicBestBuds: Type 2, this is the nature of 95% of James and Matt's interactions with each other to the point where James threatens to kill Matt for visiting his home and Matt haunting James's nightmares.
* WroteTheBook:
-->'''Morgan''': James, please. When it comes to gay chicken, I practically wrote the book. Remember the groundbreaking assault that was International Cup Bill's Balls Week?
* YourMom: Kate's gang called the "West Coast Mother Lovin' G's" not because they love their mothers, but because they love ''your'' mothers.
** James's first attempt to get a replacement iPhone ended with Apple customer service laughing at him, and making fun of his mom.
---> '''Graham:''' That's not cool, I like your mom.
** The subject of a gag or two in "Mustache You a Question."
* XCalledTheyWantTheirYBack: Graham spent $130 on a gadget that makes his cell phone ring just so he can make this joke.
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** The hospital bit, according to a story told on [[DesertBusForHope Desert Bus]] is [[TruthInTelevision based on actual events.]]

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** The hospital bit, according to a story told on [[DesertBusForHope [[WebVideo/DesertBusForHope Desert Bus]] is [[TruthInTelevision based on actual events.]]
10th Jun '14 10:31:49 PM Lancer873
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* BookEnds: The first episode of ''Friday Nights'' starts off almost instantly with Paul asking how to play ''Magic: the Gathering'', with Jer running into the room out of nowhere to help out, much to Graham's confusion. The last episode ends similarly, only difference being that Paul asks how to draft.

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* BookEnds: The first episode of ''Friday Nights'' starts off almost instantly with Paul asking how to play ''Magic: the Gathering'', with Jer running into the room out of nowhere to help out, much to Graham's confusion. The last episode season finale ends similarly, only difference being that Paul asks how to draft.
23rd Mar '14 4:17:41 PM CanvasWolfDoll
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** The hospital bit, according to a story told on [[DesertBusForHope Desert Bus]] is [[TruthInTelevision based on actual events.]]
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* TheTapeKnewYouWouldSayThat: Episode 10: Judgment does this with Geoff's ransom note on the computer.
30th Mar '13 12:27:45 PM nombretomado
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** This conversation doubles as a TakeThat at {{Degrassi}}.

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** This conversation doubles as a TakeThat at {{Degrassi}}.''Franchise/{{Degrassi}}''.
5th Jan '13 7:34:26 PM GGCrono
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A Web sit-com that updates approximately once a month starring the cast and crew of LoadingReadyRun as [[LifeEmbellished exaggerated versions of themselves in their everyday lives]] doing odd odd geeky things in geeky ways.

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A Web sit-com that updates approximately once a month starring the cast and crew of LoadingReadyRun as [[LifeEmbellished exaggerated versions of themselves in their everyday lives]] lives doing odd odd geeky things in geeky ways.
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A Web sit-com that updates approximately once a month starring the cast and crew of LoadingReadyRun as exaggerated versions of themselves in their everyday lives doing odd odd geeky things in geeky ways.

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A Web sit-com that updates approximately once a month starring the cast and crew of LoadingReadyRun as [[LifeEmbellished exaggerated versions of themselves in their everyday lives lives]] doing odd odd geeky things in geeky ways.
20th Oct '12 11:13:24 AM RLYoshi
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* BookEnds: The first episode of ''Friday Nights'' starts off almost instantly with Paul asking how to play ''Magic: the Gathering'', with Jer running into the room out of nowhere to help out, much to Graham's confusion. The last episode ends similarly, only difference being that Paul asks how to draft.
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---> '''Graham''': It's like what Jer does with the dice and the bits of paper, except the people Jer hangs out with look down on these guys.

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---> '''Graham''': It's like what Jer does with the dice and the bits of paper, except that the people Jer hangs out with look down on these guys.
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