Enforced: "We need to hold our audience's attention, and we need characters and storylines they can relate to."
Lampshaded: "The family we can all relate to..."
Defied: The show is about a family that's far from normal, and the audience is OK with that.
Discussed: "Hey, they're just like my family!"
Conversed: "Somewhat dysfunctional, but yeah."
Deconstructed: If the family in the show is too normal, it might become boring; the viewers can already experience that in their own home, without turning on the TV. At the same time, if the family is not normal enough (i.e. too perfect or too dysfunctional), it might be hard for people to relate and enjoy. (And you can't ''not'' usetropes.)
Reconstructed: The show makes sure that the family is relatable, but still fun to watch. Any and all tropes it uses are used in ways that they're not cliche, but still can be understood by most people. The result? Multiple Demographic Appeal...and very high ratings.
Exaggerated: MC SixPac doesn't seem to have a vocabulary consisting of more than a few words (generally slang terms for drugs, money, expensive items, and crude terms for women and sex)...or more than a tenuous grip on reality as it applies to where he (purportedly) comes from.
Justified: MC SixPac wants to get rich (and pay off that large cash advance the record company gave him), and that means the quantity of records he sells trumps the quality of those records.
Inverted: MC SixPac never once mentions having money, selling drugs, gang warfare, expensive items, or women and sex in any crass terms in his raps. In fact, he's so knowledgeable and grandiloquent that makes most Nerdcore artists seem pedestrian by comparasion.
Reconstructed: MC SixPac raps about life, the universe and everything. Yes, he includes party anthems Just for Fun, but he shows that he has a brain and isn't afraid to use it. (And he doesn't give Hip Hop a bad name by glorifying drugs and violence, or by referring to women and sex in crass terms.) As a result, MC SixPac is respected and his album sales go through the roof.