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->''"Mankind has many defining characteristics, religion, politics, artistic endeavour, sexual deviancy, [[BreadEggsBreadedEggs sexual deviancy]] [[ItsNotPornItsArt disguised as artistic endeavour....]]"''

[[AwesomeMcCoolname Nash Bozard]] hosts ''What The Fuck Is Wrong With You?'', an internet show which focuses on various news stories of human stupidity and general what-the-fuckery. It began as a spin-off of Nash's live internet radio show [[http://radiodeadair.com/ Radio Dead Air]] with the intention of joining Website/ThatGuyWithTheGlasses.com, which succeeded after 17 episodes.

The show follows a simple formula: The host introduces the episode's topic with a poorly drawn cartoon, then proceeds to lose his mind over the featured news stories and the episode ends with a [[MidReviewSketchShow sketch]] featuring some of the secondary characters.

Nash's other shows include:
* ''Doctor Who Classic Reviews'': Nash reviews his least favorite ''Series/DoctorWho'' serials (and some of the not-as-good new ones), as well as special videos about his favorite things about the series. After 26 episodes, Nash concluded ''Doctor Who Classic Reviews'' in October 2012.
* ''The Musical Chair'': An analytical series in which he discusses and gives the history of his favorite musical artists (artists he has featured include Music/RichardThompson, Music/WarrenZevon, Music/TheMountainGoats and Music/JonathanCoulton)
* ''Here There Be Dragons'': Nash's latest series, in which he reviews fantasy films.
* ''Radio Dead Air'': The live internet radio show (it only made the transition to video in the last few years) that Nash has hosted every Monday since July 2000. Primarily a request-based music show, Nash also premieres his new episodes, and often shows the latest videos from several other producers [[note]]Nash himself, WebVideo/ObscurusLupa, the non-TGWTG affiliated [[WarningReadersAdvisory Derek the Bard]] (and formerly WebVideo/JesuOtaku's FruitsBasket Radio Drama) are the only producers with semi-permanent slots on RDA. Other shows that will appear with intermittent frequency (especially in Nash's spot when he doesn't have a new video) are WebVideo/ToddInTheShadows, WebVideo/TheNostalgiaChick, DiamandaHagan, WebVideo/BrowsHeldHigh and [[YouCanPlayThis JewWario]][[/note]]. RDA is live every Monday at 9PM US Eastern time on [[http://live.radiodeadair.com/ Nash's website]]. It is highly recommended that you [[http://www.radiodeadair.com/rda_faq.htm#Live read the FAQ]] before joining the chat and stream.
** ''What the Fuck is Wrong With You: Live Version'': A weekly live version of WTFIWWY which Nash hosts on Radio Dead Air, video recordings of which are also uploaded to TGWTG. His co-host (via Skype) is his friend Tara Deenihan.

Nash also co-hosted "Tuesday Tech Talk" and "How To Do It" with LordKat and Maluku Saito, which were recorded live every Tuesday on Lord Kat's stream until LordKat ended both shows in January 2013.

Nash would go on to play "The Webmaster," the overarching narrator, in the Channel Awesome fifth year anniversary film, ''WebVideo/TheUncannyValley''.

A list of things reviewed by Nash can be found [[NashList here]] and the running gags of his show can be found [[RunningGag/WhatTheFuckIsWrongWithYou here]].

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!!These works provide examples of:

* AbuseIsOkayWhenItIsFemaleOnMale: During his [[http://thatguywiththeglasses.com/videolinks/teamt/nash/wtfiwwy/29761-tainted-love 2011 Valentines day special]], he covered a story about a guy who got his [[GroinAttack crotch purposely torched]] [[DomesticAbuse by his girlfriend]]. Nash starts mocking the guy in question, and proclaims that he [[TheUnfairSex probably deserved it anyway.]].
* ActionGirl: In ''Dumber Than Curling,'' a man heckling the 2012 Summer Olympic Men's 100m finals is tackled by Judo bronze medalist Edith Bosch when he starts throwing things.
* ActuallyPrettyFunny: In his ''Castrovalva'' review, he has this reaction to Tegan's line comparing a Zero Room, "a neutral environment, an isolated space cut off from the rest of the universe" to [[{{UsefulNotes/Australia}} Brisbane]]. He then asks, "[[GlobalIgnorance What's a Brisbane?]]"
* ADateWithRosiePalms: Occasionally comes up.
* AddedAlliterativeAppeal: Every so often a story comes up that the writer managed to do it.
--> Nash: "The bare breasted brouhaha began...."
* AdultFear: A large number of stories fall under this category, especially those where children are endangered by friends or babysitters; home invasion stories where there's still someone in the house (especially a child, elderly person or disabled person); or any of the ''huge'' number of stories where someone goes batfuck insane and starts assaulting, harassing or scaring the shit out of random strangers.
* AGoodNameForARockBand: In the Live ''What The Fuck Is Wrong With You?'' of 06/21/11, after reading the headline ''Man allegedly wounded by two 'booty call ninjas''', Tara says that she will create a white girl rap group called ''Booty Call Ninjas''.
** From WTFIWWY Live - Right Turn, Clyde - 5/7/12: '''Anthrax vagina attack'', which is a great punk band name, by the way.'
** After hearing a story about a woman with an unusual hiding place for a pistol, Tara wants to start an all-girl punk band called "Fully Automatic Vaginas".
** In a similar vein, the March 3, 2014 WTFIWWY Live gave us "Meth Mango", which Nash said sounded like the name of a nightclub.
* AIIsACrapshoot: Whenever there's a story about people relying too much on technology, Tara mentions that this is one of her greatest fears.
* AluminumChristmasTrees: The Christmas 2012 live episode begins with showing a series of tweets expressing disbelief that reindeer exist.
* AmazinglyEmbarrassingParents / ChildrenAreInnocent: We repeatedly get stories of adults being far less mature than their kids by doing outrageous things such as getting into eight and twenty man brawls over spilled punch or a child taking too long to decide what prize to get, or assaulting a bus driver and dropping pants at police officers.
* AnAesop: Several: nothing is hot in the Walmart, no one wants to see your dick, that doesn't go there, [[TheInternetIsForPorn go watch porn]] and the old drugs still work.
* AndNowForSomeoneCompletelyDifferent: On April Fool's Day 2013, Nash hosted RDA in character as Space Guy.
** One night required Tara to step in and host the show herself. [[note]]Nash was picking up Hope at the airport.[[/note]] This episode has since been referred to by fans as 'Radio Red Hair'.
* {{Angrish}}: ''Really'' strange or or {{squick}}y news stories (or occasionally weird reactions from Tara) cause Nash to lose the power of speech.
--> "It's a fucking squid!"
** Argle-fargle-blargle!
-->'''Nash:''' That's not an issue with the teleprompter; that's the best summation I can make of what actually happened!
** [''after a chain of flubbed words''] "I can say words..."
* {{Anvilicious}}: The social commentary [[InvokedTrope in]] [[Recap/DoctorWhoS25E2TheHappinessPatrol The Happiness Patrol]] is thumpingly unsubtle:
--> '''Nash:''' Hmm...what's a good way to illustrate the point? [Thinks for a moment, then gets crushed by a falling caption reading "MESSAGE"] Yeah...that'll do it...
** It returns during the Doctor's KirkSummation to beat him repeatedly over the head.
* ApocalypseHow: Class X-4, thanks to Space Guy [[MikeNelsonDestroyerOfWorlds trying to turn the filter back on.]]
* AprilFoolsDay: Space Guy learns our wacky human ways with Special Guest Linkara.
* ArsonMurderAndJaywalking - In one episode, he gives a brief history of the bad idea, giving examples such as invading Russia in the winter, trying to fund your car company with cocaine, and [[TheProblemWithLicensedGames making video games based on movies]].
** In his "It's Stupid At The Top" video, "Sometimes you'll be saddled with a guy whose idea of leadership is [[UsefulNotes/AdolfHitler invading Poland]], drilling in the Gulf of Mexico without checking the failsafes, or giving Series/{{Smallville}} ten [[PrecisionFStrike goddamned]] seasons."
** When noting strong catalysts for the [[ItMakesSenseInContext Happy Flappy Equation]], he lists off hallucinogens, being on fire, and sitting through any movie [[TakeThat starring Andy Dick]]. His low thresholds for resisting Happy Flappy time - idiots, crazy persons, or actually being Andy Dick.
** In the episode on alcohol, he notes that some causes for crazy are bad judgment, poorly planned choices, and country music. Also, mentioning binge drinking, frat parties, and The Pogues.
** In his review of [[Recap/DoctorWhoS23E3TerrorOfTheVervoids Terror of the Vervoids]], he lists off some of the terrible dangers the Doctor has faced, including Sea Devils, robots, rival Time Lords, and the insidious evil that is... Creator/RussellTDavies.
** In the review of the failed ''Series/WonderWoman2011Pilot'' with [[WebVideo/AtopTheFourthWall Linkara]] and [[WebVideo/BadMovieBeatdown Film Brain]], we get this exchange:
--->'''Film Brain''': So, in just under five minutes, this show has Wonder Woman violate the law, ignore basic rights, and the media ''aggrandizes'' her with references to the worst torture scandal in US history.\\
'''Nash''': And all without the ''slightest'' hint of irony or self awareness.\\
'''Linkara''': And they ''completely'' rip off Grant Morrison's ''[[Comicbook/GrantMorrisonsBatman Batman Incorporated]]!'' ...[[DefensiveWhat What]]?
** In another [=Nash=]/[[WebVideo/AtopTheFourthWall Linkara]]/[[WebVideo/BadMovieBeatdown Film Brain]] collaboration, ''[[Series/TheIncredibleHulk The Trial of the Incredible Hulk]]'', the trio gets carried away after a [[HamToHamCombat particularly overly-dramatic scene]]:
--->'''[[Comicbook/TheIncredibleHulk David Banner]]''': I'm telling you that it's dangerous! I'm telling you that it's impossible!\\
'''[[Comicbook/{{Daredevil}} Matt Murdock]]''': And I'm telling you you have no choice! \\
'''Linkara''': [[{{Film/AFewGoodMen}} You want the truth? You can't]] ''[[{{Film/AFewGoodMen}} handle]]'' [[{{Film/AFewGoodMen}} the truth!]]\\
'''Nash''': [[{{Film/Malice}} You ask me if I have a God complex? I]] ''[[{{Film/Malice}} am]]'' [[{{Film/Malice}} God!]]\\
'''Film Brain''': [[{{Music/Beyonce}} If you like it, then you shoulda put a ring on it!]]\\
'''Linkara and Nash''': [[StunnedSilence ...]]
** Frequently inverted, as seen in the page quote.
* AscendedExtra: JesuOtaku, originally a guest, became something of a permanent fixture of Nash's live shows from early-ish 2012 until she moved to the West Coast in mid-2013.
* AssShove:
** A recurring topic is people putting various objects in their orifices. "It's not a bag of holding, people!"
** The best example was a woman high on meth putting a ''loaded'' .22 pistol '''barrel first''' up her vagina.
* AttackAttackRetreatRetreat: During his LetsPlay of ''VideoGame/WolfensteinTheNewOrder'', Nash is so horrified by the BodyHorror of [[spoiler:Frau Engel's shattered, bloody face]] that he blurts out "I don't wanna play anymore!" Then a minute later he's handed the controls of a MiniMecha and says "I take it back, I wanna play forever!"
* BadToTheBone: When he decides to break the laws of science, the TropeNamer song is played.
* BearsAreBadNews: How much worse? A bear takes over Space Guy's ship!
** Also, the story of a guy who decided to kill a bear to dress its skin.
-->[[DepartmentOfRedundancyDepartment Number one, it's a bear. Number two, it's a bear. Number three, and probably most important... HOLY SHIT, YOU FUCKING IDIOT! IT'S A GODDAMNED BEAR!]]
** In a Live WTF from July 2011, "Furry Batmobile", featuring Obscurus Lupa, she and Nash are nearly broken by a story about patrons at a Colorado Burger King feeding fast food to bears in the parking lot.
** Also, the episode where bears are getting high off of jet fuel barrels.
* BestialityIsDepraved: Examples range from the women who died from having sex with a German Shepherd, to the man who argued it was his constitutional right to rape a donkey, to the man who wrote a book about his love affair with a dolphin, and the documentary aptly called [[ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin Donkey Love]], about [[CaptainObvious donkeys and the men who love them.]] [[{{Squick}} Like that.]]
** And the farmer whose security cameras caught two men making pornography with his cows.
* BetterByADifferentName: Nash insists on referring to the Mogarians in ''Terror of the Vervoids'' as "[[Music/DaftPunk Daft-Punkians]]", and ends up setting part of the episode as a video for "Around the World".
* BigDamnHeroes: A few stories feature these. The best one was when a group of teenagers ganged up and beat the crap out of a wannabe kidnapper who attempted to abduct two children. For bonus points, the parents had yelled at the teenagers for swearing around their kids.
--> Tara (as a teenager) "Learned your fucking lesson didn't ya?"
* BillBillJunkBill: From the [[Recap/DoctorWhoS24E1TimeAndTheRani Time and the Rani]] review:
--> '''Nash:''' Okay, what have we got here? Awful news, awful news, awful news, awf--[[HeadTiltinglyKinky how would that even]] ''[[HeadTiltinglyKinky fit]]'' [[HeadTiltinglyKinky in there]]? Awful news...
* BraggingRightsReward: Getting a request played on Radio Dead Air.
* BreakingTheFourthWall: During a reader Q&A segment, Nash answers the question of "Why does Arlo look like Nash?" with "Because Arlo is a character. That I play." This happens shortly after Space Guy, who is also played by Nash, remains in-character to answer the question of "Why does Space Guy look like Nash?"
* BreadEggsMilkSquick: Often used to segue the next story.
* BrickJoke: A common feature in the introductory cartoons. Ship made of blowjobs and whiskey, anyone?
* CallBack: In "Hate the Gamer, Not The Game", Lupa offhandedly references [[http://thatguywiththeglasses.com/videolinks/teamt/ol/olp/29170-lupa-a-very-masterminds-christmas an encounter with Patrick Stewart]].
** One episode of ''WTFIWWY'' featured a Florida man getting arrested for practicing dentistry without a license. Much later, there was an article about a ''woman'' getting arrested for the same thing, and Nash and Tara realized she was the man's girlfriend.
* TheCameo: Nash plays Jesus in the ''Apocalypse 4: Judgment'' review by DiamandaHagan.
* CaptainObvious: When Nash explains the flaws in whoever's reasoning, he often has to state the bleeding obvious.
* CatchPhrase: Several, see the characters page.
* CarefulWithThatAxe: Nash used an alternate version of "Crazy" for one episode.
* ComedicSociopathy: "How to be a Better Criminal" with Tara and any stories of her HilariouslyAbusiveChildhood.
* {{Crossover}}:
** He did one with [[WebVideo/AtopTheFourthWall Linkara]] reviewing the failed ''Film/JusticeLeague'' PilotMovie.
** And another with [[WebVideo/BadMovieBeatdown Film Brain]] on [[Series/TheIncredibleHulk Incredible Hulk]] vs. [[TheMightyThor Thor]]. An episode of WTFIWWY also crosses over with WebVideo/JesuOtaku about weird news stories in Japan.
*** Nash, Linkara, and Film Brain then teamed up to review the failed ''Series/WonderWoman2011Pilot''. [[RunningGag Pants were darkened.]]
*** This same team went on to review Trial Of The Incredible Hulk.
*** The trio was joined by [[WebVideo/YouCanPlayThis JewWario]] in their review of the ''ComicBook/DoctorStrange'' pilot, though Justin's untimely death caused this video to be delayed.
** A WTFIWWY version of Doctor Who Classic has Nella join him.
** Kyle Kallgren and Jew Wario have been guests on WTFIWWY--Kyle more than once.
* CountryMatters: When Arlo tries to succeed his show with "Arlo's [[WesternAnimation/MyLittlePonyFriendshipIsMagic Pony]] Paradise," he falls from enlightenment with a cry of "[[{{Blade}} cock-juggling thunder]][[CurseCutShort cuuu-]]!"
* CutLexLuthorACheck: Discussed in the commentary of the Justice League of America movie, where Linkara wonders why the [[BigBad Weatherman]] doesn't patent the weather-controlling technology and make millions in agriculture.
* DepartmentOfRedundancyDepartment: "This next one's from Canada, and it's from the Department of Obvious Stupid is Obvious."
* DepravedDentist: They keep getting stories of unlicensed dentists. One was the wife of a guy who had been arrested for such doing so... Who was featured on the previous episode.
** Tara had experienced one when she was a child. Or at least an incredibly incompetent. He managed to [[NightmareFuel snap two of her teeth in half while removing her braces.]]
* DidYouJustPunchOutCthulhu: Literally.
* DisproportionateRetribution: Subtle case on "Weekend At Bernie's 3;" Nash segues to the "[[OfCorpseHesAlive corpse abuse]]" case with a dissertation on mourning the dead. Tara was completely unaware as to where it was going, but dreading it just the same. She responds by [[spoiler:using the story as a springboard to discuss her rather strange proposal for Nash's funeral. Later, during the "what have we learned" segment, she brings up an unrelated story involving public urinals.]] Nash is completely broken.
* DIYDisaster: "Do It (To) Yourself."
* DoItYourselfPlumbingProject[=/=]DoomItYourself: Somehow, at one Arby's restaurant, if the kitchen sink is on, a jet of steam shoots up from the urinal. Yes, someone [[GroinAttack got burned while using it.]] By the time Nash got a hold of the story, ''it had happened before''.
* DoNotTauntCthulhu: Regardless of how cute and cuddly he seems.
--> '''Nash''': Aren't you a cute little [[EldritchAbomination Elder god and destroyer of worlds]]? Yes you are. Yes you are. Yes you- [[OhCrap Uh-oh]]...
* DoWrongRight: When stories about StupidCrooks crop up, Tara tends to go on "How to be a Better Criminal" rants.
* DrinkingGame: In the RDA chat, the common reaction to stories that come from Florida is to take a shot.
** When someone asks when WTFIWWY is going to start, take a drink. This is [[AscendedMeme even referenced to]] in the official Radio Dead Air FAQ.
** The full rules for the drinking game the RDA regulars have can be found [[http://tinyurl.com/RDA-DrinkingGame here.]] Nobody's died yet!
* DrivesLikeCrazy: Vehicular stupidity is a recurring segment.
* DuctTapeForEverything: Averted. As Nash said in one story, "Duct tape is not a paternal tool!" IIRC the story involved a parent duct taping a kid to his chair.
** And then played straight with [[RunningGag Tara telling a story]] about how someone she knew had to duct tape their kids' diaper on him as he kept taking it off otherwise.
* DueToTheDead: A lot of stories involve people not following this trope. Once someone was selling an antique coffin.... with the former owner still in it.
** Also Tara's plans for Nash's funeral involves defying this trope. It involves getting him a bunch of lap dances, hilarious WeekendAtBernies like scenarios, and finally taking him to Japan [[ImAHumanitarian for all the mourners to eat him.]]
* EarlyInstallmentWeirdness: The first four years of Radio Dead Air were broadcast with Nash in-character as his Camarilla character from his ''[[OldWorldOfDarkness World of Darkness]]'' campaign. As Nash [[http://thatguywiththeglasses.com/forums/viewtopic.php?f=130&t=24678&p=334899#p334899 recounts on the TGWTG forum]], the combination of [[NewWorldOfDarkness White Wolf resetting the whole of]] ''World of Darkness'' and RDA getting big-time interviews in 2004 led him to drop the character and do the show as himself early the next year.
* EldritchAbomination: Nash theorises that [[CthulhuMythos the Dark Lord Cthulhu]] is the product of a man and a [[ILoveTheDead dead]] [[BestialityIsDepraved squid.]] [[BrainBleach OH GOD MY MIND!]]
* EpicFail: Regarding [[Recap/DoctorWhoS11E2InvasionOfTheDinosaurs Invasion of the Dinosaurs]]:
--> '''Nash:''' Imagine, if you will, attempting to shoot the broad side of a barn and not only missing, but somehow managing to set your own balls on fire in process...
* {{Equal Opportunity Offender}}
* EvenTheSubtitlerIsStumped: When Arlo describes his family's Christmas traditions.
** About half-way through Arlo's description, the subtitles change to crying emoticons.
* EverythingsBetterWithMonkeys: Nash admittedly has trouble discussing the topic of MONKEYS!!!! without exploding into childish outbursts. Naturally, he made an episode about them.
** ManiacMonkeys: The monkeys not only decide to take over the world, but they beat up Nash and shove a banana in ... um, an orifice [[AssShove other than his mouth.]]
* FaceDoodling: Stick Boy does that to a drunken Nash.
* FacePalm: Nash often does this in response to the rampant stupidity.
--> "[[GonnaNeedMoreX NOT ENOUGH FACEPALM!]]"
* FailedASpotCheck: The only way to explain numerous examples of these stories. On both the perpetrators and bystanders.
* FlatWhat: Nash's reaction to some of the tamer stories. Also, he reacted to Arlo's first appearance with a flat "the fuck".
** Occurred in the 10/31/11 episode when Tara reveals she has [[spoiler:hippos in costumes]].
** In the 2/11/12 episode, Tara could only respond to a story of a bank robber who wussed out when a teller didn't understand his demand of "give me what is 20s and 50s" with not one, but two utterances of "...what?".
** Upon hearing that one of the characters in ''Film/DrWhoAndTheDaleks'' [[CowboyBebopAtHisComputer was actually]] ''[[CowboyBebopAtHisComputer named]]'' [[Series/DoctorWho Doctor Who instead of the original name (The Doctor)]], he let out one of these.
* FlippingTheTable: Nash does this during his [[Recap/DoctorWhoS19E1Castrovalva Castrovalva]] review.
* FridgeHorror: The logical end point of any discussion Nash and Tara share in trying to understand how one of the bizarre stories they encounter could have possibly happened and the results that occur when RealityEnsues.
* FunnyAneurysmMoment: [[invoked]] Nash is fully aware that his crossover review of ''Doctor Strange'' featuring [[YouCanPlayThis Jew Wario]] may stray into this territory, particularly the parts where Jew Wario [[spoiler:wakes up in the hospital after being in a coma. Twice.]] When he posted the video (two months after Justin's suicide), Nash prefaced it with a message to his fans, explaining why he felt the video was important to share with everyone.
* FunnyBackgroundEvent: After JesuOtaku became a regular fixture on the show, she could be seen goofing around in all manner of strange fashion. Notably, she really emotionally lipsyncs to the WTFIWWY theme music every time it comes up.
** Ever since Tara's most recent move, her kitten Bridget began upstaging the show by acting all kitten-like behind Tara.
* FullFrontalAssault: "Naked Rampage" is a reocurring theme on the show.
* GoMadFromTheRevelation: "What, you never sat in the shower and made train noises?"
** From his review of [[Recap/DoctorWhoS23E3TerrorOfTheVervoids Terror of the Vervoids]], we get [[spoiler:Zodan the Unbounceable.]]
** In the 7/04/11 Live WTFIWWY, Nash realized he'll never run out of material and has excellent job security. This isn't a good thing.
** In the New Years' Episode ("And Never Brought To Mind"), he encounters a story so mind-numblingly nonsensical, he can only come to one conclusion:
-->'''Nash:''' You know what that means! [Picks up a Mallet] I've finally got my insanity plea! Look out, neighbours! [Proceeds to smash things off-camera while cheerfully singing 'Working On The Railroad']
* GenreBlindness: Some people to reality. Usually due to stupidity and/or drugs.
* GenreSavvy: Tara says that in Florida you should always be expecting some naked guy to show up.
* GroinAttack: The final two stories of "Tainted Love" both involve something bad happening to a man's equipment. You have been warned. Not to mention in "Land Of The Rising DUMB" when a rabid Domo-kun the internet sent after Nash for bad mouthing Japan chomped on Nash's man area and the only way WebVideo/JesuOtaku could get it off was by kicking said area.
** [[GoMadFromTheRevelation Zodan the Unbouncable]] and an electric shock. Ouch.
* GrowingTheBeard: [[InUniverse Nash considers]] Episode 4 of What The Fuck Is Wrong With You? to be when he locked the show's formula and everything started to gel together. [[invoked]]
* GuestHost: After Nash is assaulted by monkeys in one episode, Space Guy takes his place in the next episode while he recovers off-screen.
** On live WTF, a guest co-host does the show whenever Tara is unavailable. Previous guest hosts include [[WebVideo/BrowsHeldHigh Oancitizen]], WebVideo/ObscurusLupa, [[WebVideo/WarningReadersAdvisory Derek The Bard]], [[YouCanPlayThis JewWario]], WebVideo/ToddInTheShadows, and Nash's producer, Mike Gearman. DougWalker has co-hosted the show with Tara and Nash on one occasion, as did [[WebVideo/AtopTheFourthWall Linkara]]. WebVideo/JesuOtaku appeared for 3-host Live [=WTFs=] whenever the show was broadcast from her old house, and intermittently since she moved to South Carolina.
** There was a time when Tara hosted the live show (not WTFIWWY) when Nash had to pick up JO from the airport. That night the show was known as "Radio Red Hair" and inspired fans to encourage Tara to begin her own show, the results of which are pending. (as of 2013)
* GuyOnGuyIsHot / YaoiFangirl: In the episode "Don't Hold Your Breath," Tara tries to convince Nash that Disney needs to buy the rights back for the Film/XMen franchise, just so [[Film/TheAvengers The Avengers 2]] can have a scene where HughJackman and ChrisEvans wrestle scantily-clad in a kiddie pool full of pudding. In the event that she gets a life-threatening illness, she wants to start a Twitter campaign so it will happen. Nash does not approve of this.
* HeadDesk: During 'This Is All Your Fault (The Return!)', Nash goes out to his garden shed, busts out some power tools, and ''builds a section of wall'' just so he can bash his head against it in protest of the stupid.
* HeyThatsMyLine: Nash's reaction when Tara "steals" his "I have never been so drunk" line in the 6/4/12 Live episode.
** One of his prerecorded episodes also features a story that uses the phrase "From the 'we-couldn't-make-this-up-if-we-tried' department..." Nash reacts appropriately.
* HilariouslyAbusiveChildhood: Tara, though it was mostly self-inflected. She and her sister got drunk at six because her parents left out a bottle of champagne. She burned off her fingertips by playing with an old lamp, also at six. She bit off her lip by falling down some stairs at age three. She got her head stuck in an iron fence at DisneyWorld at age seven. [[ArsonMurderAndJaywalking Spent years of having to deal with people sing to her "all I want for Christmas is my two front teeth"]] after knocking her teeth out at the same time time as biting her lip off. Her mother had to rotate Emergency Rooms for fear of being considered abusive.
** Or it was someone other than her parents. Her childhood dentist was so incompetent that he [[TheToothHurts snapped two of her teeth in half removing her braces.]]
* HumanMail: An episode shows why you don't try this in [[RealityEnsues real life]] when a [[http://now.msn.com/hu-seng-a-chinese-man-nearly-suffocates-trying-to-mail-himself-to-his-girlfriend Chinese man]] tried to mail himself to his girlfriend and ended up getting lost in the mail for three hours and ended up suffocating. The channel points out he forgot [[TheLonelyIsland step one, cut a hole in a box]].
* HypocriticalHumor: In the [[Recap/DoctorWhoS28E10LoveAndMonsters "Love & Monsters"]] Review:
--> '''Nash:''' This is our framing device for the show -- a v-log. Some guy sitting in front of a camera, telling the Internet about the Doctor. Who could possibly think this was interesting, or compelling, or [[HypocrisyNod I'm suddenly talking about myself, aren't I?]]
* ICallItVera: Nash owns a custom Stratocaster he built himself, named Laura.
* IdiosyncraticEpisodeNaming: The live sessions later posted to Blip and ThatGuyWithTheGlasses are named after a strange phrase uttered during the course of the episode.
* IdiotBall: A good portion of Florida carries this. Nash says that you have to be GenreSavvy about that fact.
--> Nash(As firefighter): "Why shouldn't we keep the firetruck keys in the firetruck? Only an idiot... Oh right. Florida."
* ILikeMyXLikeILikeMyY: From the episode "Nimrods are Forever":
--> '''Nash''': You know, I like my Irishmen like I like my coffee. [[EddieIzzard Covered in beeeeees]]!\\
* {{beat}}*\\
[[WorstWhateverEver Worst. Segue. Ever.]]
* ImAHumanitarian:
--> Hello, and welcome to "Cooking for Lunatics"! Today, we are going to be making ze baby back ribs with ze actual baby!
* IncrediblyLamePun: He tries a few for the villain's death in [[Recap/DoctorWhoS25E2TheHappinessPatrol The Happiness Patrol]], then excuses himself with "I've been drinking".
** From his first episode, on a story about mysteriously appearing sex toys:
--->"'It's a real mystery; we have no idea where they came from,' Miss Bates said." Is there a ''Master'' Bates? *{{beat}}* Eh, f**k you. You were thinking the same thing!
** Sometimes the featured articles have their fair share of puns, especially when they are about something really stupid, and Nash always comments on that.
* InsultBackfire: He's very resistant to garden variety internet trolling.
-->'''Nash:''' After reviewing ''Daleks in Manhattan'' last week a lot of folks commented that it wasn't that bad, or they really liked it, or I was nickpicking or my face is stupid. All of these are valid points, but...
* InteractiveNarrator: Sometimes Nash in the introductory cartoons.
* [[IThinkYouBrokeHim I Think I Broke Him]]
-->'''Tara:''' I did it! I rendered [Nash] speechless! I've been working so hard.
* KickTheDog: Literally joked about in the 11/14/11 Live WTFIWWY: in response to Tara talking about how Ambien could make people [[WhatDidIDoLastNight do crazy things and not remember them the next day]], Nash claimed he could use the same excuse to get away with punting his neighbor's chihuahua over a building.
* {{Leitmotif}}: Douchequakes are always accompanied by Gunther's ''Ding Dong Song''.
** Arlo's appearances are always accompanied by a banjo riff.
** Later appearances of the "time to do the math" gag are accompanied by the ''Chicken Dance'' song.
* LegitimateBusinessmensSocialClub: Tara had a story about how she and her friends stumbled upon one. It was a Chinese Buffet in a basement with no windows. The fish tanks had one sad looking fish. The kitchen door opened and people were obviously gambling in the back, and their waiter just had the shit beat out of him. And no one really spoke English. Tara's group took a table by the corner so they could flip the table and hide behind it in-case of a shootout. So it was obviously a Triad front. However Tara said the food was really good
* LimitedWardrobe: Nash always seems to wear a black t-shirt in every episode. For the non-live episode, he throws on a blue jacket.
* LongRunner: ''What The Fuck is Wrong with You?'' isn't one, but Nash's Radio Dead Air internet radio show (from which WTFIWWY spun off from) is. Radio Dead Air has been going since 2000, and he's only missed a handful of broadcasts due to illness or weather in all that time.
* LostEpisode: At least one episode of WTFIWWY Live from late May. Tara's sound was glitching horribly, making her sound like a robot, but the results were so out of sync that Nash decided not to release them, much to everyone's chagrin.
** There was another one from the Saturday night Megastream, where Tara's power went out in the middle of it.
* LovecraftLite: Quite subverted.
* MacGyvering: In the Episode "Aim for the Head" Nash says this.
--> Nash: "You can make a bong out of anything. Ah look at this cute puppy. I'll make a bong out of it. Hi Grandma! I'll make a bong out of it."
** Averted by Tara when talking about a guy who was huffing Lysol in attempt to get high at a drug treatment center.
--> Tara: "Don't {{MacGyver}} your high. Nothing good will come from it. At best you'll just {{MacGruber}} your high."
* MadeOfIron: Every so often a story comes out where the person should be dead and walks away with minor injuries
* MathematiciansAnswer: In the episode, "Land of the Rising DUMB."
--> '''[=JesuOtaku=]''': Do you mean "innovative" or "going to make me sad?"\\
'''Nash''': *{{beat}}* Yes.
** And from the live show:
--> '''Tara''': ''(regarding a hippo plushie that makes fart noises when squeezed)'' Is this better or worse than the orgasm hippo?\\
'''Nash''': ''(immediately)'' Yes.
* MegatonPunch: One man wound up giving one to a bear that broke into his and his girlfriend's tent while they were sleeping.
* MirrorUniverse: In episode 30 it is revealed that a MirrorUniverse exists. A pink Stickboy (or Stickman) and Mirror Nash live in a mansion. Subverted; [[spoiler:as it turns out, 'our' Nash is the evil one; Mirror Nash had just completed a multi-episode special on ''Ghandi'' and refers to his Stickboy as "Stickman" because it's more dignified. Double subverted; our Nash shows Mirror Nash how being an ass sometimes can be both entertaining and therapeutic. This leads Mirror Nash to crack up into hysterics over his Stickboy being pink and deciding not to warn our Nash of an impending disaster, just because.]]
* MushroomSamba: Nash tries (in-universe) [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Methylenedioxypyrovalerone bath salts]]. It doesn't seem to be working... until his friend next to him apparently turns into a werewolf and shouts I AM THE DEVIL I AM THE DEVIL!.
** Once case with a guy doing Synthetic Marijuana wound up believing that he was dreaming reality.
* NakedPeopleAreFunny: A recourring theme.
** Also frequently subverted depending on the story when the crazy naked just gets ''too'' crazy.
* NerdsAreVirgins: When correcting the 5th Doctor using the term "Brontosaurus", Nash then says "Yes, I've had sex. Shut up!"
** From ''The Incredible Hulk Returns'', after Nash has just finished explaining the backstory of [[TheMightyThor Thor]]:
-->'''[[WebVideo/BadMovieBeatdown Film Brain]]''': Nash, don't take this the wrong way, but have you ever touched a boob before?
-->'''Nash''': Would punching you in the face count?
-->'''Film Brain''': ...touche.
* TheNicknamer: Nash often uses names like "Jackass [=M=]c[=N=]ut[=F=]uck" in lieu of the stupid person's actual name.
* NightmareFuel: Invoked in ''[[http://thatguywiththeglasses.com/videolinks/teamt/nash/wtfiwwy/41010-cop-vs-squirrel Cop Vs. Squirrel]]'' (~31 minutes in), when hearing about the death scream of a squirrel, Brian Heinz (AKA WebVideo/TheLastAngryGeek) comments about how that's the sort of thing that would haunt you until the day you die.
* NoodleIncident: The time Nash tried to steal the Olympic torch. He tells the story once in a blue moon and it keeps being brought up by Tara, but there's many, particularly those who started watching RDA after Nash joined TGWTG, who are completely clued out by the references.
* NothingButSkulls: In his LetsPlay of ''VideoGame/TheElderScrollsVSkyrim'', Nash stole every skull (human or troll) he could find and threw them into a giant pile in his homestead's cellar. Every once in a while, he would Fus Ro Dah the pile ForTheLulz.
* NotMakingThisUpDisclaimer: OnceAnEpisode:
-->'''Nash''': Hey, kids. I'm Nash, and I couldn't make this shit up if I tried.
** From the review of ''[[Recap/DoctorWhoS23E3TerrorOfTheVervoids Terror of the Vervoids]]'':
-->'''Nash''': You have no idea how much I wish I was kidding.
* NotSoAboveItAll: Nash has tried to steal the Olympic torch before. Also has been so drunk that he screamed, repeatedly, that he was Jesus Christ outside of a con.
* NotThatTheresAnythingWrongWithThat: Tara takes this stance when talking about various weird fetishes, but emphasizes that unless previously specified, nobody else will want to see it.
* NWordPrivileges: When discussing a story about a guy knocking over a one-legged man, it turned to superheroes being above that, unless they were handicapped themselves, like [[{{Franchise/Batman}} Oracle]] or {{ComicBook/Daredevil}}, and then Tara noted that this was the comic book equivalent of when it's okay to say the N word.
* OffscreenMomentOfAwesome: Franchise/{{Godzilla}} fighting [[WebVideo/AtopTheFourthWall the]] [[Series/MightyMorphinPowerRangers Dragonzord]] in 'Land of the Rising Dumb.'
* OffTheRails: When JO became a semi-permanent part of the live show, she and Tara had a tendency to take the stories into very, very strange places, while Nash could do nothing but sit and watch.
* OhMyGods: "By the unwashed balls of Odin, man!"
* OldShame: [[invoked]] The first-ever episode ("Nothing is Hawt in the UsefulNotes/{{Walmart}}").
-->'''Nash:''' To say it was "amateurish" is to be [[InsultToRocks insulting to amateurs]].
* OlderThanTheyLook: Tara and Nash were both born in 1976.
* OnlyInFlorida: Almost on a OnceAnEpisode basis. One of the earlier installments, "The Wang of America," was made up entirely of Florida stories.
** Reaches new heights in the live show for 7/8/13, ''Junk in the Junk:'' [[UpToEleven Florida manages to accidentally ban all computers, smartphones and other similar devices]] while trying to stop internet gambling.
*** And if you get really broad with the definition is also bans brains too as it is also a series of devices (neurons) that can be used in a game of chance.
* OnlySaneMan: For the ''rest of the world''. Tara, WebVideo/JesuOtaku, and [[WebVideo/BadMovieBeatdown Film Brain]] occasionally act as one for Nash. And on the live show, Nash became the OnlySaneMan to Hope and Tara's [[StrangeMindsThinkAlike wild-eyed tangents]].
* OpeningNarration: For the live show: "Each week, Kathryn and the Radio Dead Air audience go out on the World Wide [[PerfectlyCromulentWord Interwebs]], find all sorts of horrible stuff, and bring it back here for a little segment we like to call [[TitleDrop "What the Fuck is Wrong with You?"]], AND..."
* OverlyLongGag: Nash decided to turn off [[Series/MysteryScienceTheater3000 Joel & the bots]] from incessant singing during a [[ForkliftFu forklift]] hijack story.
* OutsideContextVillain: Most of the people who star in the stories come straight out of nowhere and assault/harass/pester random passersby with no warning whatsoever.
** A good example is when a woman came home to find a naked man, covered in blood, eating all of her raw chicken. The woman ran out of the house to call the cops.
* PungeonMaster: Nash HATES journalists like this, and in one episode wished death onto one of them. He's explained it as being what he sees as bad journalism, as the writers are there to inform, not to make jokes. Puns are not needed and should not be allowed into the stories.
** They will make exceptions for puns that are clever or if was a once-in-a-lifetime chance of making it.
* TheQuisling: PlayedForLaughs in Nash's LetsPlay of ''VideoGame/WolfensteinTheNewOrder'', where his reaction to the [[ThoseWackyNazis Nazi]] HumongousMecha is "Um...so does anyone know the words to 'Deutschland Uber Alles'?"
* ARareSentence: Nash has to say these a lot. Examples include "Puppies do not make good ordnance!" and "While you can debate the right or wrong of the police seizing his penis..."
** Usually followed by "I can't believe I had to say that!"
** From "The Happiness Patrol":
---> "Meanwhile, Helen A uses the slot machine to execute Mister Grumpypants. Yes, I actually had to say those words. I'm sad, too."\
\
"The Doctor and Harmonica Man escape into the candy pipes; Dear God, how insane do I sound right now?"\
(These weren't even the only times he had to invoke this.)
*** Most of the review of that episode fits under that trope.
** Also: "You are not discreet when your pants are full of chicken!"
** "After you've got their money, you don't need to have 'em trim your pubic hair! [...] I can't believe I had to say that sentence out loud."
** From "To Kill a Toilet":
--->'''Nash:''' Tara, I want you to stop real fast: Did you ever in your life think the words "stuffing your tits full of cocaine" would need to be said?
--->'''Tara:''' ... No.
--->'''Nash:''' And yet, here we are. We've come to this point.
** "No, it's not a gun, it's a prop for my toy monkey." Nash immediately declares this one of the best sentences in the English language.
** "A man's dog was thrown out of a restaurant for ''being gay.'' I just said that, didn't I?"
* ReadingsBlewUpTheScale: His "Nerd Rage Meter" blew up twice when reviewing [[Recap/DoctorWhoTVMTheTVMovie The Doctor Who TV movie]].
* RealSongThemeTune[=/=]SoundtrackDissonance: The theme song is "Crazy," by Patsy Cline.
** ''The Musical Chair'' uses "My Guitar" by Jump, Little Children.
** The song in the opening video for the Monday Radio Dead Air broadcast is "In Rock 8-Bit" by Bodenständig 2000. The end theme for RDA is the closing theme for ''Series/RedDwarf''.
* RefugeInAudacity: From the live show, the man who went on a 9 hour crime spree in Nashville totaling 11 individual felonies that included mugging a canadian couple ''while he was crying and apologizing.'' Tara was driven to ask ''[[FlatWhat WHAT]]'' over and over while Nash couldn't help but admire the sheer gall of what looked like a GrandTheftAuto rampage.
* ResetButton: Nash attempted to invoke this when he was told that monkeys [[InsistentTerminology and apes]] were uprising by Space Guy. It worked in the sense that the rebellion was over by the next episode, but that didn't save Nash from a very painful hospital visit, during which Space Guy presented the video.
* RunningGag: Tara's thing with hippos.
** Sonic attacks being represented by teen pop, be it Music/KatyPerry (in his ''Series/DoctorWho'' reviews) or Taylor Swift (in the Trial of the Incredible Hulk review).
*** Gunther's ''Ding Dong Song'' causing ''Douchequakes''.
* ScrewThisImOutOfHere: How his run in a police car seeking stupid crimes to solves comes to an end:
-->'''Radio dispatcher:''' All units be on the lookout for a car moving erratically at high speed, registered to one Lindsay Lohan.
-->'''Nash:''' Yeah, I quit.
* SelfDeprecation: In his commentaries of early episodes of the show, Nash will frequently make fun of how amateur he was back then.
* ShareTheMalePain: Lampshaded several times. Also inverted in one Live WTFIWWY, when Nash says "Ladies, brace yourselves" before talking about a woman who hid a knife in her lady parts.
* ShoutOut: See [[ShoutOut/WhatTheFuckIsWrongWithYou this page]].
* SlasherSmile: Nash makes one every now and then on RDA live. It's scary. He's admitted that it's a way of stalling when he needs a few more seconds to think of what to say next, as well as [[SelfDeprecation explaining]] that it actually goes against a basic rule of radio for the presenter to completely stop talking.
* SophisticatedAsHell: "Let's get a little professionalism up in this biatch!"
** Both Nash and Tara regularly switch between speaking very eloquently to peppering their phrases with swear words and then talking like rappers.
* SoundtrackDissonance: When ever something seems musically off, he'll whip out a remote and "fix it". One example is playing the theme to [[WesternAnimation/InspectorGadget Inspector Gadget]] during a ridiculous looking shot of [[ItMakesSenseInContext Green Lantern flying in on a propeller construct]] during his "Justice League of America" review.
* SpecialEffectsFailure: {{In-Universe}}. In "And Never Brought to Mind", Nash plays a clip of a news report on a bear sighting. They stage a reenactment, featuring... a cardboard cutout of a bear. The reporter ''actually says'' "This is what the bear probably looked like... except real."
-->'''Nash:''' It takes a special kind of stupid to have all the resources of a TV station at your disposal, and yet somehow make ''my'' show look like it has the higher budget.
* SpecialGuest: Every so often another ChannelAwesome reviewer shows up to guest when Tara is unavailable. And sometimes when she is available.
* SpoofAesop: OnceAnEpisode to round off the live shows.
-->So, what have we learned?
** Tara takes this idea and runs with it, providing lessons for would-be criminals.
* StrangeMindsThinkAlike: Tara and Hope seem to have very similar thought processes about things like [[ItMakesJustAsMuchSenseInContext cat strip clubs]]. When Hope was something of a semi-permanent co-host, this often resulted in them driving Nash crazy.
** Also, occasionally, Nash and Tara themselves:
--->'''Nash:''' You know who wasn't a good, conscientious human being?\\
'''Tara:''' ...Hitler?\\
'''Nash:''' Oh my God. You ''know'' me!
* StupidCrooks: These guys come up so often that [[DoWrongRight "Tara Explains How To Be a Better Criminal"]] has turned into a RunningGag on the live show.
** And an upcoming series from Tara.
* StuffBlowingUp: In the Valentine's Day episode, the following items explode in his face: a flashlight full of gunpowder, an electrified skull, and [[RuleOfThree a hotdog]].
* TakeThat: A big one to WebVideo/TheNostalgiaCritic in the review of ''TheLastUnicorn'':
-->'''Nash''': You do know “objective” doesn't mean “raving cockmonger”, right?
-->'''Space Guy''': It doesn't? Hmm; someone should really tell that Nostalgia Person then...
-->'''Nash''': *comes down with a cough and quickly moves on*
* TakeThatAudience: Especially on the live show, where he repeatedly compares the channel to the "winners."
** The new nickname as of late is "The Choir Pedantic".
** The episode "Hummingbird Hell" contains this jab:
-->'''Nash''':...Gentlemen, and I'm using the term loosely because you're watching my show...
* TemptingFate: Several items are introduced this way.
** And even double-subverted once. He lists something even more ridiculous than the previous story. He [[GenreSavvy looks around expectantly]] for a long {{beat}}. Then:
--->'''Nash:''' Ha! Got you, internet! That's too specific even for-- *that exact story appears* oh good lord.
** Also whenever something happens during the graveyard shift.
--> '''Nash''': "You know there was some guy at checkout lane 3 wishing for something to happen."
** He espoused the virtues of weed over meth because nobody ever blew up their house with weed. Come [[http://thatguywiththeglasses.com/videolinks/teamt/nash/wtfiwwy/42685-have-gun-will-retweet this episode (~7 minute mark)]], and somebody did that, specifically trying to extract hemp oil from the marijuana seeds.
** Multiple episodes after joking there was probably someone out there masturbating with swiss cheese, Nash and Tara run into a story that is precisely that. They realize that they're not just tempting fate anymore, they're ''causing'' those stories to happen for real.
-->'''Tara:''' We've come full circle. We're ''creating'' this. We've hit a metaphysical point where we're not just reporting on this suff, ''we're making it happen.''
-->'''Nash:''' ''[[OhCrap OH GOD, WE'RE PROPHETS.]]''
* TheyFightCrime: Invoked by Nash and Lupa in ''The Contraption'' live episode as Lupa suggests that the baby of the woman who punched a nurse while high on bath salts should team up with the baby who was run through the luggage x-ray scanner as a superhero team.
-->'''Nash:''' Bath salt and the X-ray, fighting crime together!!!
* ThoseWackyNazis: The show covers things such as Hitler chic in Bangkok as well as Hitler chicken, and the man who went to his son's custody hearing dressed as a Nazi. Said son was named "Adolf Hitler".
* TomboyAndGirlyGirl: When JO joins the show, she's the Tomboy to Tara the self-described "Professional Girly Girl". Especially since Tara's day job is selling cosmetics.
* TheInternetIsForPorn: Repeatedly Discussed. Every so often there is a story about someone watching porn in a public place. Another is that they say this trope word for word when someone acts out their fetishes in public.
--> Nash: "Just watch porn! They will bring the porn to you!"
--> Tara: " There are like a thousand Upskirt porn sites out there now. You don't have to make your own upskirt porn!"
* TheReasonYouSuckSpeech: At the end of the WTFIWWY episode "Begging the Question", Space Guy delivered one of these to the Trousers Cosmic, which also doubled as a LogicBomb.
* ThisIsGoingToSuck: Nash's reaction whenever he reads a story that happens in Florida.
** Tara joined him in ''It's Not A Pocket'' for a story where a female inmate used her vagina as a hiding spot for drugs and drug-related items.
-->'''Nash:''' Tara, Tara, Tara... it's happened again... ''and in Florida.''
-->'''Tara:''' ''OH GOD NO!!!''
* TrainingMontage: When Nash fears he will become what infuriates him in episode 27, he asks Stickboy for help. He submits Nash to a TrainingFromHell to curb down his anger to a state of zen serenity. Which Arlo [[FailureIsTheOnlyOption prompty shatters]] with [[MyLittlePonyFriendshipIsMagic cute ponies.]]
* TranslationYes: One of Arlo's lines in "Bad Idea Bonanza", translated as "What he said."
* UnusualEuphemism: Nash and Tara's euphemisms for genitalia include: 'Junk', 'Nooks and Crannies', 'Fiddly bits', and 'Barbie Places'.
* ViewersLikeYou: Where some of the stories covered come from, along with the hard (under credited) work of Kathryn. also played straight when Nash needs to pay for his licences, usually easily raising 600-2000 dollars in an hour. [[note]]The Current record is Pledge Time 2012 with $2750 (of the $2000 goal) [[UpToEleven in 5 minutes.]][[/note]]
** Nash even brings this up in an episode of Tuesday Tech Talk recorded with Jason "LordKaT" Pullara: "My viewers raised the money in a few hours. I have no idea if this is because they really like me, or they really hate the RIAA."
* VisibleBoomMic: Invoked. Nash records his videos at his radio station setup and uses the microphone to record sound. Not only does it establish his role as "the radio guy" on the site ([[spoiler:as seen in WebVideo/ToBoldlyFlee]]), but it also makes the sound in his videos much clearer.
* VitriolicBestBuds: Tara and Nash mock and antagonize each other constantly, but they very clearly love each other dearly.
* YouAreTooLate: Used in a ShoutOut to ''Comicbook/{{Watchmen}}'' when the [[ItMakesSenseInContext angry alien pants]] explain [[GroinAttack their master plan]].
* YouFool: Arlo shouts this after Nash sets him on fire with the Creator/BillHicks Experience 2.0
* WakingNonSequitur: Nash is woken up by Nella in their "The Most WTF Moments of Classic Series History" {{Crossover}}:
--> '''Nash:''' Whu-what? What? What is it? ''I'll kill you!'' I'LL KILL YOU ALL! ... Oh, hi, Nella. \
'''Nella:''' Yeaaah...I'm going to overlook that...
** Also, in the "Wonder Woman (2011)" crossover...
--> '''Nash:''' Is it...no, Mommy, I don't wanna...feed my shoes...watermelon...
* WaxingLyrical: Tara quotes Bastille during a story involving a middle-school teacher and a lapdance:
-->'''Nash:''' Where do we begin?
-->'''Tara:''' The rubble or our sins?
-->'''Nash:''' What?
* WeAreExperiencingTechnicalDifficulties: Any time [=WTFiWWY=] or the Doctor Who Classic Reviews push Nash a bit too far. Appears as a pale-blue title card with a hand-drawn chibi-version of Nash and the 'Technical Difficulties' bulletin. Usually, it's also accompanied by an additional message each time:
-->"Sit the fuck down and shut the fuck up."
-->"Don't worry, we're pretty sure he won't find the gun [[NoodleIncident this time.]]"
** During the live show these are ubiquitous to the point of running gag. [[http://www.soulexo.com/other/technical-difficulties.jpg Fan art has been made just for it]], which has since become the banner for RDA's Blip channel.
** "Stop refreshing the page assholes!" given on any night where the live channel experiences issues, most notably during the DRM saga.
* WeirdnessMagnet: Tara, to the point that "related" stories from her past are an item in the drinking game.
--> '''Nash:''' Whenever you tell childhood stories, it's like Rose from ''Series/TheGoldenGirls'' meets ''Film/{{Saw}}''.
* WhatDidIDoLastNight: A lot of these stories are what the person was doing last night. Also Ambien has been discussed on the show as causing this.
* WhatDidYouExpectWhenYouNamedIt: According to Nash, the town of Beaverton is just asking for depraved weirdos to flock over there.
* WhoWritesThisCrap: Usually invoked whenever a journalist tries to be a PungeonMaster. Once he finds the name, Nash will usually scold the writer like a child: "You go stand in the corner and think about what you've done!!"
** He will occasionally give a writer a free pass if the circumstances are so bizarre that the story offers a once-in-a-lifetime chance for a joke that even he wouldn't have been able to pass up.
* WouldHurtAChild: One story featured a man who held up his ''[[UpToEleven one-year-old toddler]]'' as a meat shield against pepper spray. Nash and Tara are very understandably horrified by this, especially since it wouldn't have worked anyway.
* YoungerThanTheyLook: A lot of the people in the stories are this, mainly due to drug abuse.
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