History Series / Tosh0

8th Jul '17 2:04:27 PM nombretomado
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* GoneHorriblyRight: Daniel noted that his page on TheOtherWiki seemed to be lacking, so he encouraged his fans to edit and add whatever they'd like. Soon after, [[http://www.comedycentral.com/tosh.0/2010/02/03/your-wikipedia-entries/ the page was locked due to vandalism.]]

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* GoneHorriblyRight: Daniel noted that his page on TheOtherWiki Wiki/TheOtherWiki seemed to be lacking, so he encouraged his fans to edit and add whatever they'd like. Soon after, [[http://www.comedycentral.com/tosh.0/2010/02/03/your-wikipedia-entries/ the page was locked due to vandalism.]]
19th May '17 11:20:46 PM nombretomado
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The fourth and final segment was once not very significant but now frequently features the show's fans in some way, either through their [[{{Twitter}} tweets]] or through videos they send in. These segments usually begin with Daniel describing the theme of the segment and what he did to get the fans to send in their tweets or videos, followed by showing the tweets/videos themselves. Whenever possible, the tweets/videos usually insult Daniel in some way; frequent targets include his sexuality, the perceived lack of humor in his show, and [[YourMom his mother]].

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The fourth and final segment was once not very significant but now frequently features the show's fans in some way, either through their [[{{Twitter}} [[Website/{{Twitter}} tweets]] or through videos they send in. These segments usually begin with Daniel describing the theme of the segment and what he did to get the fans to send in their tweets or videos, followed by showing the tweets/videos themselves. Whenever possible, the tweets/videos usually insult Daniel in some way; frequent targets include his sexuality, the perceived lack of humor in his show, and [[YourMom his mother]].



* BrickJoke: While talking about the fact that Ashton Kutcher has 2 million followers on {{Twitter}}, Daniel theorizes that part of the reason Ashton has so many followers is that he showed a picture of Demi Moore in her "granny panties". Realizing the "exploiting Demi" is the key to getting followers, Daniel shows a near-naked photo of her (which the network had to censor completely), showing off her very robust pubic hair[[note]] it was the '80s - genital grooming didn't take off until at least a decade later[[/note]]. A season later, Daniel does a segment in which he talks about "perfectly innocent" words and phrases that got bleeped because of their context, beginning with the phrase, "hair diaper".

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* BrickJoke: While talking about the fact that Ashton Kutcher has 2 million followers on {{Twitter}}, Website/{{Twitter}}, Daniel theorizes that part of the reason Ashton has so many followers is that he showed a picture of Demi Moore in her "granny panties". Realizing the "exploiting Demi" is the key to getting followers, Daniel shows a near-naked photo of her (which the network had to censor completely), showing off her very robust pubic hair[[note]] it was the '80s - genital grooming didn't take off until at least a decade later[[/note]]. A season later, Daniel does a segment in which he talks about "perfectly innocent" words and phrases that got bleeped because of their context, beginning with the phrase, "hair diaper".



** Historical/Situation: Early on in the show's history, during one of the first segments that involved {{Twitter}}, Daniel said he couldn't wait for Twitter to die so he wouldn't have to do those segments anymore. Two seasons later, half of the fandom-participation segments he does involve his fans responding to him via Twitter.

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** Historical/Situation: Early on in the show's history, during one of the first segments that involved {{Twitter}}, Website/{{Twitter}}, Daniel said he couldn't wait for Twitter to die so he wouldn't have to do those segments anymore. Two seasons later, half of the fandom-participation segments he does involve his fans responding to him via Twitter.



** [[VomitIndiscretionShot Puke]]. Lampshaded when Daniel noted in one of the earlier episodes that every episode up to and including that one included a shot of someone puking. Practically parodied when Daniel did a segment in which the fans could ask him questions via {{Twitter}}; five questions were shown, in a row, in which separate people had asked why he stopped showing puke every episode, each dutifully followed by a video of someone vomiting.

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** [[VomitIndiscretionShot Puke]]. Lampshaded when Daniel noted in one of the earlier episodes that every episode up to and including that one included a shot of someone puking. Practically parodied when Daniel did a segment in which the fans could ask him questions via {{Twitter}}; Website/{{Twitter}}; five questions were shown, in a row, in which separate people had asked why he stopped showing puke every episode, each dutifully followed by a video of someone vomiting.
6th Jan '17 5:03:33 PM nombretomado
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** [[TheHumanCentipede Rohyphnol... RAPE DRUG]].

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** [[TheHumanCentipede [[Film/TheHumanCentipede Rohyphnol... RAPE DRUG]].



* CallBack[=/=]ShoutOut: During the Web Redemption for Antoine Dodson, Daniel sets a rapist trap. Using himself as bait, he also brings along a bottle of pills, which he refers to as (in a German accent), [[TheHumanCentipede "Rohyphnol -- rape drug."]]

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* CallBack[=/=]ShoutOut: During the Web Redemption for Antoine Dodson, Daniel sets a rapist trap. Using himself as bait, he also brings along a bottle of pills, which he refers to as (in a German accent), [[TheHumanCentipede [[Film/TheHumanCentipede "Rohyphnol -- rape drug."]]
28th Jul '16 2:53:09 AM lalaTKG
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''Tosh.0'' is an American television show that stars comedian Creator/DanielTosh and runs on Creator/ComedyCentral. The show is a clip show in the style of ''Series/TheSoup'' that focuses on the internet. The show was originally scheduled to only air for ten episodes, but it became unexpectedly popular (alongside being cheap to make), causing Comedy Central to greenlight more episodes. It currently has six seasons and has been renewed for a seventh & eight.

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''Tosh.0'' is an American television show that stars comedian Creator/DanielTosh and runs on Creator/ComedyCentral. The show is a clip show in the style of ''Series/TheSoup'' that focuses on the internet. The show was originally scheduled to only air for ten episodes, but it became unexpectedly popular (alongside being cheap to make), causing Comedy Central to greenlight more episodes. It currently has six seasons and has been renewed for a seventh & eight.
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8th May '16 3:57:05 AM TheOneWhoTropes
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* OverlyLongGag: "If you never heard of the double-jump, it's the trampoline version of "the Speedball." If you've never heard of the Speedball, it's what killed Creator/JohnBelushi. If you've never heard of John Belushi, he's the brother of Jim Belushi. If you've never heard of Jim Belushi, he's the star of ''AccordingToJim''. If you've never heard of ''According to Jim''... [[TakeThat good for you!]]"

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* OverlyLongGag: "If you never heard of the double-jump, it's the trampoline version of "the Speedball." If you've never heard of the Speedball, it's what killed Creator/JohnBelushi. If you've never heard of John Belushi, he's the brother of Jim Belushi. If you've never heard of Jim Belushi, he's the star of ''AccordingToJim''.''Series/AccordingToJim''. If you've never heard of ''According to Jim''... [[TakeThat good for you!]]"
23rd Mar '16 4:59:59 PM nombretomado
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''Tosh.0'' is an American television show that stars comedian Creator/DanielTosh and runs on ComedyCentral. The show is a clip show in the style of ''Series/TheSoup'' that focuses on the internet. The show was originally scheduled to only air for ten episodes, but it became unexpectedly popular (alongside being cheap to make), causing Comedy Central to greenlight more episodes. It currently has six seasons and has been renewed for a seventh & eight.

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''Tosh.0'' is an American television show that stars comedian Creator/DanielTosh and runs on ComedyCentral.Creator/ComedyCentral. The show is a clip show in the style of ''Series/TheSoup'' that focuses on the internet. The show was originally scheduled to only air for ten episodes, but it became unexpectedly popular (alongside being cheap to make), causing Comedy Central to greenlight more episodes. It currently has six seasons and has been renewed for a seventh & eight.



** Before the third commercial break, rather than saying, "We'll be right back with more Tosh.0," Daniel says, "Well be right back with more [name of some canceled ComedyCentral show]." This too has been lampshaded, twice.

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** Before the third commercial break, rather than saying, "We'll be right back with more Tosh.0," Daniel says, "Well be right back with more [name of some canceled ComedyCentral Comedy Central show]." This too has been lampshaded, twice.



* TemptingFate: You could say that Daniel does this when he cuts to the third commercial break by saying, "Well be right back with more [name of some canceled ComedyCentral show]."

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* TemptingFate: You could say that Daniel does this when he cuts to the third commercial break by saying, "Well be right back with more [name of some canceled ComedyCentral Comedy Central show]."
18th Mar '16 10:48:30 PM Hossmeister
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9th Mar '16 10:25:24 AM Hossmeister
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* ProductDisplacement: Daniel introduced a picture of a bat with a rather large, erm, [[BeavisandButthead "unit"]], by singing an off-key rendition of the theme to [[{{Series/Batman}} Adam West's Batman]], eventually lampshading it by saying that he has to sing like he's tone deaf so the network doesn't get sued.

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* ProductDisplacement: Daniel introduced a picture of a bat with a rather large, erm, [[BeavisandButthead [[WesternAnimation/BeavisAndButthead "unit"]], by singing an off-key rendition of the theme to [[{{Series/Batman}} Adam West's Batman]], eventually lampshading it by saying that he has to sing like he's tone deaf so the network doesn't get sued.
6th Mar '16 2:47:01 PM erics
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* TheCameo: A lot of ([[WhiteDwarfStarlet former]]) stars have shown up from time to time, usually as part of a Web Redemption -- Bob Eubanks, Dennis Rodman, Gallagher, James Van Der Beek, [[TheKarateKid Kreese]]...

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* TheCameo: A lot of ([[WhiteDwarfStarlet former]]) stars have shown up from time to time, usually as part of a Web Redemption -- Bob Eubanks, Dennis Rodman, Gallagher, James Van Der Beek, [[TheKarateKid Kreese]]...Redemption. Some of the best include:
*** The Dizzy Dunker is going for his redeeming layup, only to be shot down at the last moment by DennisRodman.
16th Jan '16 2:59:09 PM Mikeyfan93
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* GoneHorriblyRight: Daniel noted that his Wikipedia page seems to be lacking, so he encouraged his fans to edit and add whatever they'd like. Soon after, [[http://www.comedycentral.com/tosh.0/2010/02/03/your-wikipedia-entries/ the page was locked due to vandalism.]]

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* GoneHorriblyRight: Daniel noted that his Wikipedia page seems on TheOtherWiki seemed to be lacking, so he encouraged his fans to edit and add whatever they'd like. Soon after, [[http://www.comedycentral.com/tosh.0/2010/02/03/your-wikipedia-entries/ the page was locked due to vandalism.]]
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