History Radio / GetThis

5th Nov '15 9:10:28 PM mouki
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* BestedAtBowling: or at table tennis, as the case turned out to be.

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* BestedAtBowling: or at table tennis, as the case turned out to be.be for Ed after the much vaunted on-air table tennis tournament.
5th Nov '15 9:02:25 PM mouki
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* DeadAir: Certainly not usually a problem, but referred to and played with. Tony speculated what Triple M's emergency broadcast song was (claiming it used to be

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* DeadAir: Certainly not usually a problem, but referred to and played with. Tony speculated what Triple M's current emergency broadcast song was (claiming it used to be The Eagle's Hotel California) that would kick in after a period of on-air silence.
5th Nov '15 8:57:27 PM mouki
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* ApologisesALot: One of Richard's defining traits, occasionally lampshaded by his co-hosts and various guests.

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* ApologisesALot: One of Richard's defining traits, occasionally lampshaded by his co-hosts and various guests. From Podcast 46:
5th Nov '15 8:56:05 PM mouki
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* ApologisesALot: One of Richard's defining traits, occasionally lampshaded by his co-hosts and various guests.
-->'''Frank Woodley''': ''[breaking into laughter]'' ...Richard's apologising for [[SayingSoundEffectsOutLoud "boing"]]-ing me! I think [[ItMakesSenseInContext if I tell a joke about having an innie penis]] you can do whatever you want!



-->Richard: Well, I'm patriotic on the inside and the outside...If you could all be upstanding when I enter the room, as well...

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-->Richard: -->'''Richard''': Well, I'm patriotic on the inside and the outside...If you could all be upstanding when I enter the room, as well...


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* DeadAir: Certainly not usually a problem, but referred to and played with. Tony speculated what Triple M's emergency broadcast song was (claiming it used to be
5th Nov '15 8:28:39 PM mouki
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** An example in Podcast 107 was when the higher-ups at Triple M criticized them for not generating enough "watercooler talk", this only resulted in several sketches involving two blokes standing around discussing an actual water cooler.

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** An example in Podcast 107 was when the higher-ups at Triple M criticized them for not generating enough "watercooler talk", this only resulted in talk"; Tony and Ed [[BitingTheHandHumor responded with several sketches sketches]] [[VisualPun involving two blokes standing around discussing an actual water cooler.cooler]].
5th Nov '15 6:55:34 PM mouki
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* CannotTellAJoke: Ed can tell jokes, but many of his own sketches were ruined by his own lack of organisation and planning, and turned out being funnier in 'ruined' form than if they had gone according to plan.

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* CannotTellAJoke: Ed can tell jokes, but many of his own sketches were ruined [[DidntThinkThisThrough derailed by his own lack of organisation and planning, planning]], and turned out being funnier in 'ruined' form than if they had gone according to plan.
19th Jul '15 4:28:07 AM Bronzethumb
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->''This is dizzy stuff, folks.''

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->''This isn't going to air, is dizzy stuff, folks.''
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-->-- '''Tony Martin''', repeatedly.



->''Brought to you by those thugs in the scallop industry.''

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->''Brought to you by those thugs in the scallop industry.->''This is dizzy stuff, folks.''
19th Jun '15 8:12:55 PM shrikelet
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* TheOtherWiki: When Tony and Ed learned of the rampant Wiki vandalisation that was happening on the ''Get This'' page, they were delighted and encouraged all their listeners to get in on the act. It even spread to other, vaguely related pages, such as people editing Karl Stefanovic's page to say he's a robot, replace his picture with that of [[StarWars C-3PO]] or suggest that he has been subject to a product recall. As of December 2014, ''said article remains locked explicitly to prevent this type of vandalism.''

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* TheOtherWiki: When Tony and Ed learned of the rampant Wiki vandalisation that was happening on the ''Get This'' page, they were delighted and encouraged all their listeners to get in on the act. It even spread to other, vaguely related pages, such as people editing Karl Stefanovic's page to say he's a robot, replace his picture with that of [[StarWars C-3PO]] or suggest that he has been subject to a product recall. As of December 2014, June 2015, ''said article remains locked explicitly to prevent this type of vandalism.''
28th May '15 6:03:33 AM Bronzethumb
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* {{Defictionalization}}: ''[[http://www.heraldsun.com.au/entertainment/tv-radio/stars-prepare-to-be-buried-alive/story-e6frf9ho-1226080932695 Shaft of Hope]]''.



* EditedForSyndication: When the show expanded into a two-hour format in 2007, Triple M Adelaide continued to broadcast only the first hour, with all mentions of upcoming guests in the second hour edited out.
* ExecutiveMeddling: The hosts often discussed, on-air, notes and "suggestions" the higher-ups tried to give them.



* FakeBrit: One of the funniest parts of Ooh Me Plums (Besides the whole Groin injuries in polite society thing).
** Ed often points out that Tony always sings in a fake British accent.



* FanNickname: Ricky M, Armitage Shanks, Dick Bar, Marslando Calrissian... the amount was insane (and encouraged by Ed) for Richard, here's a [[http://uncyclopedia.wikia.com/wiki/Richard_Marsland#The_Many_Nicknames_of_Richard_Marsland list]] (that only starts scraping the surface)
* FollowUpFailure
* GrandFinale: In which many of the previous co-hosts returned, Matty D finally made an appearance, and producer Nikki Hamilton called in from the maternity ward after giving birth twenty minutes ago.
** DeadlyDIstantFinale: A tragically true example. The podcast was rereleased in 2008 with a new final episode: the Richard Marsland Lives Podcast, in which Tony and Ed replayed some of recently-deceased Richard's greatest jokes and sketches and gave a very heartfelt tribute to the late Ricky M.

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* FanNickname: Ricky M, Armitage Shanks, Dick Bar, Marslando Calrissian... the amount was insane (and encouraged by Ed) for Richard, here's a [[http://uncyclopedia.wikia.com/wiki/Richard_Marsland#The_Many_Nicknames_of_Richard_Marsland list]] (that only starts scraping the surface)
* FollowUpFailure
* GrandFinale: In which many of the previous co-hosts returned, Matty D finally made an appearance, Tony and Ed finally got their wish of having Shaun Micallef on the show[[labelnote:More info...]]Micallef wasn't allowed to appear on ''Get This'' while he was working for rival network Vega FM, but his final show went to air on the same day as the ''Get This'' finale, so when Micallef finished his last broadcast for Vega, he simply walked over to the Triple M studios.[[/labelnote]], and producer Nikki Hamilton called in from the maternity ward minutes after giving birth twenty minutes ago.
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** DeadlyDIstantFinale: DeadlyDistantFinale: A tragically true example. The podcast was rereleased re-released in 2008 with a new final episode: episode, the Richard Marsland Lives Podcast, in which Tony and Ed replayed some of recently-deceased Richard's greatest jokes and sketches and gave a very heartfelt tribute to the late Ricky M.



* KeepCirculatingTheTapes: The only way people can listen to the show nowadays, and in two forms. The podcast archive was Triple M kept online for a few years as "Get This: Richard Marsland Lives" in tribute to the late Ricky M, but it's since been taken down. There are also complete recordings of every single episode that have been floating around the internet since before the show's cancellation.



* OldShame: ''Meat Pie'', for Ed.
** Tony often refers to ''Bad Eggs'', the film he directed, in this manner.
* OneOfUs: Tony, Ed and Richard, most definitely. Listen to their nerd-outs when RichardEGrant and WillArnett are the guest hosts.



* ScrewedByTheNetwork
28th May '15 4:27:12 AM Bronzethumb
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* ChekhovsBoomerang: The film ''Film/{{Boytown}}'', in a bizarre real life version of this trope. It was a huge part of the show's beginning, as Tony and Ed first met during the filming, and many of the early and the most frequently recurring guest hosts were either stars of the film on to promote it, or friends that Tony and Ed made during the production. More than a year later, the film -- more specifically, ''the special features on the film's DVD'' -- created a massive rift between Tony and Mick Molloy, his longtime collaborator and the film's co-writer/director.


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* KeepCirculatingTheTapes: The only way people can listen to the show nowadays, and in two forms. The podcast archive was Triple M kept online for a few years as "Get This: Richard Marsland Lives" in tribute to the late Ricky M, but it's since been taken down. There are also complete recordings of every single episode that have been floating around the internet since before the show's cancellation.
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