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14th Oct '16 4:47:05 PM nombretomado
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* PsychoExGirlfriend: Tom's Ex Shannon pops up, pissed off because Tom didn't tell her about the casting for a female actress and she had to find out about it on {{Facebook}}. She also seems to think they're still together.

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* PsychoExGirlfriend: Tom's Ex Shannon pops up, pissed off because Tom didn't tell her about the casting for a female actress and she had to find out about it on {{Facebook}}.Website/{{Facebook}}. She also seems to think they're still together.
26th Apr '16 8:01:41 PM eroock
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!! Last Season on'' Echo Chamber'':

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[[folder:Tropes used by the series in general]]

* {{Adorkable}}:
** Zack.
** Tom, any time he lets the JerkAss thing go and is honest about how he feels.
** Dana, any time she lets go of the snark to be honest.
** Zack's DistaffCounterpart, Gaelyn.
* AllLoveIsUnrequited: Shannon for Tom, Tom for Porn Girl, Zack for Dana, and (possibly) Dana for Tom.
** As of the second episode of season two, we have Dave for Gaelyn, and Gaelyn for Zack.
* AllMenArePerverts:
** In episode 6, Tom is terrified of Shannon... until he sleeps with her again. At which point he no longer cares that she's stalking him, because she has great boobs.
** Zack:
-->'''Episode 5:''' "I'd do 'er."\
'''Episode 5:''' "Bend over backwards to accommodate ''me!''"\
'''Episode 6:''' "It's like she couldn't even ''see'' my boner!"
* BadBoss: Tom to Zack, Mr. Administrator to Tom.
* BrickJoke:
** In Episode 4, Tom tells Dana that the only food he has is rice, but that she could put salt on it. In Episode 6, you see Tom first cooking rice and later pouring copious amounts of salt onto it.
** In Episode 1 Zack makes a joke about keeping a dead cat in a box (Schrodinger's Cat). In episode 16, [[spoiler: he gives said box to Dana for her birthday.]]
* BrutalHonesty: Dana apparently feels no need to be nice with anything she says to Tom, and tells him that he's completely incompetent, his videos are awful and she hates his guts.
* BunnyEarsLawyer: Zack. He is good with After Effects, has a [=PhD=], and delivered a baby once. He was also making amazing, heart-wrenching films when he was nine years old.
* ButtMonkey: Zack.
* CatchPhrase: Dana has the word "suck".
* CerebusSyndrome: Slides into this gradually; the first somewhat serious arc begins in episode 3, but the arc episodes get somewhat more common and serious in season 2. The last four episodes of season 2 each advance at least one of the show's arcs, all of them are DarkerAndEdgier than any of the episodes that came before them, and [[spoiler:the season 2 finale in particular implies that there will be much more of this syndrome]] in the third season, (which WordOfGod says will be the last one).
* CharacterBlog: Both Zack's [[http://twitter.com/#!/deadcatinabox in-character Twitter account]] and the [[http://tvtropes.info/echochamber/ Production Blog which seems to be written by Shannon]].
* {{Cloudcuckoolander}}: Zack. And judging by his uncle Bill, ItRunsInTheFamily.
-->'''Zack:''' You keep your dead cat in a box, too?
* ConversationalTroping: Happens a lot with this being about tropes.
* TheDanza: Almost all the characters are named after their actors. The only exception so far is Umphrey Bridgeport from TyrantTakesTheHelm, who is played by Stefan Dezil. [[spoiler:However, given TheReveal at the end of that episode, it's probable that this isn't the character's real name.]]
* DeadpanSnarker: Dana.
* TheDitz: Zack.
* DomesticAbuse: Shannon towards Tom.
* DramaBomb: The last four episodes of season 2 are more serious than all the preceding episodes.
* EpisodeTitleCard
* EveryoneOwnsAMac:
** Tom is shown using an Apple laptop in episodes 4, 5, 6 and 10. Presumably, this trope will continue to show up in every episode where his computer is shown.
** The Editing Suite where they speak to the Administrator also seems to be full of iMacs.
** Dana is using an Apple laptop in Episode 10.
* ExecutiveMeddling:[[invoked]] Mr. Administrator sometimes orders Tom and Dana to change their show in some way.
* {{Expy}}: Mr. Administrator is somewhat reminiscent of The Chief from ''WebVideo/AgentsOfCracked'', another webseries that depicts a fictionalized version of two people working to create content for a website.
* TheFaceless:
** Zack.
*** Except [[spoiler:episode 2. And even then, it's so dark that you don't really see anything]].
--->'''Tom:''' [[EnforcedTrope If you get near the front of the camera, I will stab you! I will actually stab you!]]
*** You also see him briefly in episode 4 [[spoiler: when Dana leaves for the night and it cuts to a view of him holding the camera]].
*** And again partially [[spoiler: episode 6 due to a VisibleBoomMic moment]].
*** {{Lampshaded}} in episode 10; the only defining features of Zack's sock puppet are a derpy tongue poking out and a camera.
*** The
Season on'' Echo Chamber'':1 finale has Zack [[spoiler: talking with his face partially obscured by his camera and then when he pulls it down he is facing opposite the camera]].
*** Zack starts to avert this slightly more as of Season 2, in several episodes (notably 2x09), there are moments where you can see pretty much all of him except his eyes.
** The Administrator, who is both out of frame from just below the eyes and up, and back-lit so that his features are almost completely obscured by shadow. That's all we're saying about him. He scares us.
** In 2.11, Zack is finally fully visible. [[spoiler:And in TheStinger, so is Mr. Administrator.]]
* FacePalm: Dana, ''a lot''. In TerribleIntervieweesMontage, she does the two-handed version.
* FreudianExcuse: Both Tom and Zack have these.
* FunWithSubtitles: On Website/YouTube, you can add subtitles, which are sometimes funny or sarcastic.
* GotVolunteered: Zack.
-->'''Dana (to Tom):''' If you don't like him, why is he doing this with us?\
'''Tom:''' His dad owns the equipment, and he made me let him tag along.
* HugeGuyTinyGirl: Tom is a good foot taller than Dana.
* IdiosyncraticEpisodeNaming: Every episode is named after a Trope central to the episode, which is almost always [[TitleDrop discussed by name]] in the episode.
* InUniverseCamera: Most of the shots are done by the in-universe cameraman Zack or Gaelyn, but there are some overall shots as well.
* {{Jerkass}}: Dana calls Tom one in episode 1.2. [[InvokedTrope She's correct.]]
* {{Keet}}: Zack.
* LoveTriangle: Spoofed to hell and back with Tom, Zack, and Dana.
* ManChild: Zack.
* MissionControl: Mr. Administrator.
* MysteriousEmployer: Mr. Administrator.
* {{Mockumentary}}: See ShowWithinAShow.
* NoInnerFourthWall
* OnlySaneEmployee: Dana. Justified twice - Tom recruits her specifically to fill this role, and she mentions in episode 3 that being one makes her feel much more useful than any of her other jobs did.
* RackFocus
* RoyalWe: Mr. Administrator's speech pattern, [[spoiler:except for TheStinger of episode 10]]. Bonus points for being an example of the trope ''and'' a meta gag.
* RunningGag
** Dana telling Tom that he or his works suck.
** Tom filming without pants. There's a blink-and-you-miss-it shot in episode 2.5 where the camera pans down and you see he's in his boxers again - with his tuxedo shirt and jacket.
* ShoutOut: In the production blog, Shannon refers to Dana as [[Franchise/HarryPotter She-Who-Must-Not-Be-Named]].
* ShowWithinAShow:
** Type 1. In the first episode Dana suggests they have a ShowWithinAShow in their first vlog in order to demonstrate the trope, which from the viewer's perspective would make it a Show Within A Show Within A Show, but Tom decides against it. In the other episodes, we see them making the vlog, but we never see the finished vlog itself.
** Season 2 has ''[citation needed]'', a competing vlog from TheOtherWiki. ''[citation needed]'' itself has a Show Within A Show, as the excerpt played is explaining that trope by doing a Show Within A Show of its own. ''[citation needed]'' also talks about ''Echo Chamber'' in a different episode.
* StalkerWithACrush: Zack follows Dana around because he loves her. Not that she cares.
* TheStinger: The outtakes, following the final credits. The ones in episodes 1.5, 1.10 and 2.8 have actual plot relevance.
* StrictlyFormula: Dana, Tom and Zack start talking about a trope. Trope occurs. HilarityEnsues.
** [[spoiler: Which, according to 2.12, is [[YouCantThwartStageOne the first stage of Mr. Administrator's plan in action]].]]
* TheTeaser: So far, all but episodes 1.5 and 1.7 have started with one.
* TherapyIsForTheWeak: Zack. But he could really use some.
* TrademarkFavoriteFood: Tom doesn't seem to eat anything but rice and salt. He does vary it in episode 1.6 with some breadcrumbs and grated parmesan.
* UrbanFantasy: The show has elements of this from the beginning, thanks to Mr. Administrator's presence. It becomes especially prevalent with the revelations about him at the end of the second season.
* VoiceOfTheLegion: Mr. Administrator.
* WhiteVoidRoom: Mr. Administrator's headquarters.
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[[folder:First Season]]



!! This season on ''Echo Chamber''

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!! This season on ''Echo Chamber''[[/folder]]

[[folder:Second Season]]




!! Tropes used by the series in general:
* {{Adorkable}}:
** Zack.
** Tom, any time he lets the JerkAss thing go and is honest about how he feels.
** Dana, any time she lets go of the snark to be honest.
** Zack's DistaffCounterpart, Gaelyn.
* AllLoveIsUnrequited: Shannon for Tom, Tom for Porn Girl, Zack for Dana, and (possibly) Dana for Tom.
** As of the second episode of season two, we have Dave for Gaelyn, and Gaelyn for Zack.
* AllMenArePerverts:
** In episode 6, Tom is terrified of Shannon... until he sleeps with her again. At which point he no longer cares that she's stalking him, because she has great boobs.
** Zack:
-->'''Episode 5:''' "I'd do 'er."\
'''Episode 5:''' "Bend over backwards to accommodate ''me!''"\
'''Episode 6:''' "It's like she couldn't even ''see'' my boner!"
* BadBoss: Tom to Zack, Mr. Administrator to Tom.
* BrickJoke:
** In Episode 4, Tom tells Dana that the only food he has is rice, but that she could put salt on it. In Episode 6, you see Tom first cooking rice and later pouring copious amounts of salt onto it.
** In Episode 1 Zack makes a joke about keeping a dead cat in a box (Schrodinger's Cat). In episode 16, [[spoiler: he gives said box to Dana for her birthday.]]
* BrutalHonesty: Dana apparently feels no need to be nice with anything she says to Tom, and tells him that he's completely incompetent, his videos are awful and she hates his guts.
* BunnyEarsLawyer: Zack. He is good with After Effects, has a [=PhD=], and delivered a baby once. He was also making amazing, heart-wrenching films when he was nine years old.
* ButtMonkey: Zack.
* CatchPhrase: Dana has the word "suck".
* CerebusSyndrome: Slides into this gradually; the first somewhat serious arc begins in episode 3, but the arc episodes get somewhat more common and serious in season 2. The last four episodes of season 2 each advance at least one of the show's arcs, all of them are DarkerAndEdgier than any of the episodes that came before them, and [[spoiler:the season 2 finale in particular implies that there will be much more of this syndrome]] in the third season, (which WordOfGod says will be the last one).
* CharacterBlog: Both Zack's [[http://twitter.com/#!/deadcatinabox in-character Twitter account]] and the [[http://tvtropes.info/echochamber/ Production Blog which seems to be written by Shannon]].
* {{Cloudcuckoolander}}: Zack. And judging by his uncle Bill, ItRunsInTheFamily.
-->'''Zack:''' You keep your dead cat in a box, too?
* ConversationalTroping: Happens a lot with this being about tropes.
* TheDanza: Almost all the characters are named after their actors. The only exception so far is Umphrey Bridgeport from TyrantTakesTheHelm, who is played by Stefan Dezil. [[spoiler:However, given TheReveal at the end of that episode, it's probable that this isn't the character's real name.]]
* DeadpanSnarker: Dana.
* TheDitz: Zack.
* DomesticAbuse: Shannon towards Tom.
* DramaBomb: The last four episodes of season 2 are more serious than all the preceding episodes.
* EpisodeTitleCard
* EveryoneOwnsAMac:
** Tom is shown using an Apple laptop in episodes 4, 5, 6 and 10. Presumably, this trope will continue to show up in every episode where his computer is shown.
** The Editing Suite where they speak to the Administrator also seems to be full of iMacs.
** Dana is using an Apple laptop in Episode 10.
* ExecutiveMeddling:[[invoked]] Mr. Administrator sometimes orders Tom and Dana to change their show in some way.
* {{Expy}}: Mr. Administrator is somewhat reminiscent of The Chief from ''WebVideo/AgentsOfCracked'', another webseries that depicts a fictionalized version of two people working to create content for a website.
* TheFaceless:
** Zack.
*** Except [[spoiler:episode 2. And even then, it's so dark that you don't really see anything]].
--->'''Tom:''' [[EnforcedTrope If you get near the front of the camera, I will stab you! I will actually stab you!]]
*** You also see him briefly in episode 4 [[spoiler: when Dana leaves for the night and it cuts to a view of him holding the camera]].
*** And again partially [[spoiler: episode 6 due to a VisibleBoomMic moment]].
*** {{Lampshaded}} in episode 10; the only defining features of Zack's sock puppet are a derpy tongue poking out and a camera.
*** The Season 1 finale has Zack [[spoiler: talking with his face partially obscured by his camera and then when he pulls it down he is facing opposite the camera]].
*** Zack starts to avert this slightly more as of Season 2, in several episodes (notably 2x09), there are moments where you can see pretty much all of him except his eyes.
** The Administrator, who is both out of frame from just below the eyes and up, and back-lit so that his features are almost completely obscured by shadow. That's all we're saying about him. He scares us.
** In 2.11, Zack is finally fully visible. [[spoiler:And in TheStinger, so is Mr. Administrator.]]
* FacePalm: Dana, ''a lot''. In TerribleIntervieweesMontage, she does the two-handed version.
* FreudianExcuse: Both Tom and Zack have these.
* FunWithSubtitles: On Website/YouTube, you can add subtitles, which are sometimes funny or sarcastic.
* GotVolunteered: Zack.
-->'''Dana (to Tom):''' If you don't like him, why is he doing this with us?\
'''Tom:''' His dad owns the equipment, and he made me let him tag along.
* HugeGuyTinyGirl: Tom is a good foot taller than Dana.
* IdiosyncraticEpisodeNaming: Every episode is named after a Trope central to the episode, which is almost always [[TitleDrop discussed by name]] in the episode.
* InUniverseCamera: Most of the shots are done by the in-universe cameraman Zack or Gaelyn, but there are some overall shots as well.
* {{Jerkass}}: Dana calls Tom one in episode 1.2. [[InvokedTrope She's correct.]]
* {{Keet}}: Zack.
* LoveTriangle: Spoofed to hell and back with Tom, Zack, and Dana.
* ManChild: Zack.
* MissionControl: Mr. Administrator.
* MysteriousEmployer: Mr. Administrator.
* {{Mockumentary}}: See ShowWithinAShow.
* NoInnerFourthWall
* OnlySaneEmployee: Dana. Justified twice - Tom recruits her specifically to fill this role, and she mentions in episode 3 that being one makes her feel much more useful than any of her other jobs did.
* RackFocus
* RoyalWe: Mr. Administrator's speech pattern, [[spoiler:except for TheStinger of episode 10]]. Bonus points for being an example of the trope ''and'' a meta gag.
* RunningGag
** Dana telling Tom that he or his works suck.
** Tom filming without pants. There's a blink-and-you-miss-it shot in episode 2.5 where the camera pans down and you see he's in his boxers again - with his tuxedo shirt and jacket.
* ShoutOut: In the production blog, Shannon refers to Dana as [[Franchise/HarryPotter She-Who-Must-Not-Be-Named]].
* ShowWithinAShow:
** Type 1. In the first episode Dana suggests they have a ShowWithinAShow in their first vlog in order to demonstrate the trope, which from the viewer's perspective would make it a Show Within A Show Within A Show, but Tom decides against it. In the other episodes, we see them making the vlog, but we never see the finished vlog itself.
** Season 2 has ''[citation needed]'', a competing vlog from TheOtherWiki. ''[citation needed]'' itself has a Show Within A Show, as the excerpt played is explaining that trope by doing a Show Within A Show of its own. ''[citation needed]'' also talks about ''Echo Chamber'' in a different episode.
* StalkerWithACrush: Zack follows Dana around because he loves her. Not that she cares.
* TheStinger: The outtakes, following the final credits. The ones in episodes 1.5, 1.10 and 2.8 have actual plot relevance.
* StrictlyFormula: Dana, Tom and Zack start talking about a trope. Trope occurs. HilarityEnsues.
** [[spoiler: Which, according to 2.12, is [[YouCantThwartStageOne the first stage of Mr. Administrator's plan in action]].]]
* TheTeaser: So far, all but episodes 1.5 and 1.7 have started with one.
* TherapyIsForTheWeak: Zack. But he could really use some.
* TrademarkFavoriteFood: Tom doesn't seem to eat anything but rice and salt. He does vary it in episode 1.6 with some breadcrumbs and grated parmesan.
* UrbanFantasy: The show has elements of this from the beginning, thanks to Mr. Administrator's presence. It becomes especially prevalent with the revelations about him at the end of the second season.
* VoiceOfTheLegion: Mr. Administrator.
* WhiteVoidRoom: Mr. Administrator's headquarters.

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\n!! Tropes used by the series in general:\n* {{Adorkable}}:\n** Zack.\n** Tom, any time he lets the JerkAss thing go and is honest about how he feels.\n** Dana, any time she lets go of the snark to be honest.\n** Zack's DistaffCounterpart, Gaelyn.\n* AllLoveIsUnrequited: Shannon for Tom, Tom for Porn Girl, Zack for Dana, and (possibly) Dana for Tom.\n** As of the second episode of season two, we have Dave for Gaelyn, and Gaelyn for Zack.\n* AllMenArePerverts:\n** In episode 6, Tom is terrified of Shannon... until he sleeps with her again. At which point he no longer cares that she's stalking him, because she has great boobs.\n** Zack:\n-->'''Episode 5:''' "I'd do 'er."\\n'''Episode 5:''' "Bend over backwards to accommodate ''me!''"\\n'''Episode 6:''' "It's like she couldn't even ''see'' my boner!"\n* BadBoss: Tom to Zack, Mr. Administrator to Tom.\n* BrickJoke:\n** In Episode 4, Tom tells Dana that the only food he has is rice, but that she could put salt on it. In Episode 6, you see Tom first cooking rice and later pouring copious amounts of salt onto it.\n** In Episode 1 Zack makes a joke about keeping a dead cat in a box (Schrodinger's Cat). In episode 16, [[spoiler: he gives said box to Dana for her birthday.]]\n* BrutalHonesty: Dana apparently feels no need to be nice with anything she says to Tom, and tells him that he's completely incompetent, his videos are awful and she hates his guts.\n* BunnyEarsLawyer: Zack. He is good with After Effects, has a [=PhD=], and delivered a baby once. He was also making amazing, heart-wrenching films when he was nine years old.\n* ButtMonkey: Zack.\n* CatchPhrase: Dana has the word "suck".\n* CerebusSyndrome: Slides into this gradually; the first somewhat serious arc begins in episode 3, but the arc episodes get somewhat more common and serious in season 2. The last four episodes of season 2 each advance at least one of the show's arcs, all of them are DarkerAndEdgier than any of the episodes that came before them, and [[spoiler:the season 2 finale in particular implies that there will be much more of this syndrome]] in the third season, (which WordOfGod says will be the last one).\n* CharacterBlog: Both Zack's [[http://twitter.com/#!/deadcatinabox in-character Twitter account]] and the [[http://tvtropes.info/echochamber/ Production Blog which seems to be written by Shannon]].\n* {{Cloudcuckoolander}}: Zack. And judging by his uncle Bill, ItRunsInTheFamily.\n-->'''Zack:''' You keep your dead cat in a box, too?\n* ConversationalTroping: Happens a lot with this being about tropes.\n* TheDanza: Almost all the characters are named after their actors. The only exception so far is Umphrey Bridgeport from TyrantTakesTheHelm, who is played by Stefan Dezil. [[spoiler:However, given TheReveal at the end of that episode, it's probable that this isn't the character's real name.]]\n* DeadpanSnarker: Dana.\n* TheDitz: Zack.\n* DomesticAbuse: Shannon towards Tom.\n* DramaBomb: The last four episodes of season 2 are more serious than all the preceding episodes.\n* EpisodeTitleCard\n* EveryoneOwnsAMac:\n** Tom is shown using an Apple laptop in episodes 4, 5, 6 and 10. Presumably, this trope will continue to show up in every episode where his computer is shown.\n** The Editing Suite where they speak to the Administrator also seems to be full of iMacs.\n** Dana is using an Apple laptop in Episode 10.\n* ExecutiveMeddling:[[invoked]] Mr. Administrator sometimes orders Tom and Dana to change their show in some way.\n* {{Expy}}: Mr. Administrator is somewhat reminiscent of The Chief from ''WebVideo/AgentsOfCracked'', another webseries that depicts a fictionalized version of two people working to create content for a website.\n* TheFaceless:\n** Zack.\n*** Except [[spoiler:episode 2. And even then, it's so dark that you don't really see anything]].\n--->'''Tom:''' [[EnforcedTrope If you get near the front of the camera, I will stab you! I will actually stab you!]]\n*** You also see him briefly in episode 4 [[spoiler: when Dana leaves for the night and it cuts to a view of him holding the camera]].\n*** And again partially [[spoiler: episode 6 due to a VisibleBoomMic moment]].\n*** {{Lampshaded}} in episode 10; the only defining features of Zack's sock puppet are a derpy tongue poking out and a camera.\n*** The Season 1 finale has Zack [[spoiler: talking with his face partially obscured by his camera and then when he pulls it down he is facing opposite the camera]].\n*** Zack starts to avert this slightly more as of Season 2, in several episodes (notably 2x09), there are moments where you can see pretty much all of him except his eyes.\n** The Administrator, who is both out of frame from just below the eyes and up, and back-lit so that his features are almost completely obscured by shadow. That's all we're saying about him. He scares us.\n** In 2.11, Zack is finally fully visible. [[spoiler:And in TheStinger, so is Mr. Administrator.]]\n* FacePalm: Dana, ''a lot''. In TerribleIntervieweesMontage, she does the two-handed version.\n* FreudianExcuse: Both Tom and Zack have these.\n* FunWithSubtitles: On Website/YouTube, you can add subtitles, which are sometimes funny or sarcastic.\n* GotVolunteered: Zack.\n-->'''Dana (to Tom):''' If you don't like him, why is he doing this with us?\\n'''Tom:''' His dad owns the equipment, and he made me let him tag along.\n* HugeGuyTinyGirl: Tom is a good foot taller than Dana.\n* IdiosyncraticEpisodeNaming: Every episode is named after a Trope central to the episode, which is almost always [[TitleDrop discussed by name]] in the episode.\n* InUniverseCamera: Most of the shots are done by the in-universe cameraman Zack or Gaelyn, but there are some overall shots as well.\n* {{Jerkass}}: Dana calls Tom one in episode 1.2. [[InvokedTrope She's correct.]]\n* {{Keet}}: Zack.\n* LoveTriangle: Spoofed to hell and back with Tom, Zack, and Dana.\n* ManChild: Zack.\n* MissionControl: Mr. Administrator.\n* MysteriousEmployer: Mr. Administrator.\n* {{Mockumentary}}: See ShowWithinAShow.\n* NoInnerFourthWall\n* OnlySaneEmployee: Dana. Justified twice - Tom recruits her specifically to fill this role, and she mentions in episode 3 that being one makes her feel much more useful than any of her other jobs did.\n* RackFocus\n* RoyalWe: Mr. Administrator's speech pattern, [[spoiler:except for TheStinger of episode 10]]. Bonus points for being an example of the trope ''and'' a meta gag.\n* RunningGag\n** Dana telling Tom that he or his works suck.\n** Tom filming without pants. There's a blink-and-you-miss-it shot in episode 2.5 where the camera pans down and you see he's in his boxers again - with his tuxedo shirt and jacket.\n* ShoutOut: In the production blog, Shannon refers to Dana as [[Franchise/HarryPotter She-Who-Must-Not-Be-Named]].\n* ShowWithinAShow:\n** Type 1. In the first episode Dana suggests they have a ShowWithinAShow in their first vlog in order to demonstrate the trope, which from the viewer's perspective would make it a Show Within A Show Within A Show, but Tom decides against it. In the other episodes, we see them making the vlog, but we never see the finished vlog itself.\n** Season 2 has ''[citation needed]'', a competing vlog from TheOtherWiki. ''[citation needed]'' itself has a Show Within A Show, as the excerpt played is explaining that trope by doing a Show Within A Show of its own. ''[citation needed]'' also talks about ''Echo Chamber'' in a different episode.\n* StalkerWithACrush: Zack follows Dana around because he loves her. Not that she cares.\n* TheStinger: The outtakes, following the final credits. The ones in episodes 1.5, 1.10 and 2.8 have actual plot relevance.\n* StrictlyFormula: Dana, Tom and Zack start talking about a trope. Trope occurs. HilarityEnsues.\n** [[spoiler: Which, according to 2.12, is [[YouCantThwartStageOne the first stage of Mr. Administrator's plan in action]].]]\n* TheTeaser: So far, all but episodes 1.5 and 1.7 have started with one.\n* TherapyIsForTheWeak: Zack. But he could really use some.\n* TrademarkFavoriteFood: Tom doesn't seem to eat anything but rice and salt. He does vary it in episode 1.6 with some breadcrumbs and grated parmesan.\n* UrbanFantasy: The show has elements of this from the beginning, thanks to Mr. Administrator's presence. It becomes especially prevalent with the revelations about him at the end of the second season.\n* VoiceOfTheLegion: Mr. Administrator.\n* WhiteVoidRoom: Mr. Administrator's headquarters.\n[[/folder]]

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* GetOut: Zack's father demands this of Gaelyn after she [[CallingTheOldManOut speaks out]].



* TableSpace: Zack's father talks to Gaelyn across a long table in his living room.



* HilariousOuttakes: TheStinger, in which Ace spits on Dana.



** [[spoiler: played straight, albeit with a KissingDiscretionShot, for Zack and Gaelyn.]]

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** [[spoiler: played Played straight, albeit with a KissingDiscretionShot, for Zack and Gaelyn.]]]]
* CallingTheOldManOut: Zack finally finds the guts to face his father to tell him that he will move out.




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* WillingSuspensionOfDisbelief: Brought up by Mr. Administrator when talking about Zack's qualities.


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* SilenceYouFool: One of Administrator Prime's instantiations loudly demands "Silence!".
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* TormentByAnnoyance: Zack annoys Umphrey by constant questioning to the point where the latter has enough and quits.
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* AlwaysMurder: Tom sees only one solution for getting Ace out of the way.



* MurderIsTheBestSolution: Tom sees only one solution for getting Ace out of the way.



* TheOtherWiki: the people backing Ace's vlog series, ''[citation needed]''

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* TheOtherWiki: the The people backing Ace's vlog series, ''[citation needed]''



* AnswerCut: What could "D" have stood for? Dinner? Dining? ... cut to Ace and Dana kissing. -- Date!



* MoodMotif: The saxophone music sets the noir mood.



* SmokingIsCool: Zack tries to invoke this trope.



* BadBadActing: Tom and Dana in the PeriodPiece.



* BatmanGambit: [[spoiler: In TheStinger, we learn that Mr. Administrator contracted Umphrey so Tom and Dana could have a common enemy, which would motivate them to work better together]].
* BigWordShout: "GET OUT!!!!"

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* BatmanGambit: [[spoiler: In TheStinger, we learn that Mr. Administrator contracted Umphrey so Tom and A complicated plan to make Dana could have a common enemy, which would motivate them to work better together]].
and Tom become FireForgedFriends.
* BigWordShout: "GET OUT!!!!""[[GetOut GET OUT]]!!!!"


Added DiffLines:

* FireForgedFriends: [[spoiler: In TheStinger, we learn that Mr. Administrator contracted Umphrey so Tom and Dana could have a common enemy, which would motivate them to work better together]].
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* HeartwarmingMoments: Tom's confession in the storeroom, until a RecordNeedleScratch [[MoodDissonance breaks the mood]].

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* HeartwarmingMoments: Tom's confession in the storeroom, until a RecordNeedleScratch [[MoodDissonance [[MoodWhiplash breaks the mood]].
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* ExecutiveMeddling: In-universe. The [[TheFaceless faceless]] administrator telling the hero what to do/not to do.

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* ExecutiveMeddling: In-universe. The [[TheFaceless faceless]] {{The faceless}} administrator telling the hero what to do/not to do.



* ExecutiveMeddling:[[invoked]] Mr. Administrator insisting the show needs a female co-star.

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* ExecutiveMeddling:[[invoked]] ExecutiveMeddling: [[InvokedTrope Invoked]]. Mr. Administrator insisting the show needs a female co-star.



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* EverythingIsTryingToKillYou: Zack, thinking a ChekhovsGun was a real gun that could kill, thought that everything Tom was pointing as chekhov's gun could actually kill him.

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* EverythingIsTryingToKillYou: Zack, thinking a ChekhovsGun was a real gun that could kill, thought that everything Tom was pointing painting as chekhov's Chekhov's gun could actually kill him.



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** [[spoiler: played straight, albiet with a KissingDiscretionShot, for Zack and Gaelyn.]]

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** [[spoiler: played straight, albiet albeit with a KissingDiscretionShot, for Zack and Gaelyn.]]



* BizarroEpisode: [[invoked]] As the title suggests.

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* BizarroEpisode: [[invoked]] As [[InvokedTrope Invoked]] as the title suggests.
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* FreudianExcuse: With this kind of father, it's not surprice that Zack and Dave are such [[{{Manchild}} Manchildren]].

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* FreudianExcuse: With this kind of father, it's not surprice no surprise that Zack and Dave are such [[{{Manchild}} Manchildren]].



* {{Manchild}}: Zack and Dave. Dave get scared with a mouse and Zack doesn't even know what a "rent" is.

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* {{Manchild}}: Zack and Dave. Dave get gets scared with a mouse and Zack doesn't even know what a "rent" is.
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* AbusiveParents: Zack and Dave's father. In the psycological and controlling way.

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* AbusiveParents: Zack and Dave's father. In the psycological psychological and controlling way.
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