Lampshaded: "We're rockstars! We should be partying like them!"
Invoked: The stress of being famous and living up to everyone's expectations gets to Bob.
Defied: Bob knows that his problems will still be there when the drugs and booze wear off and the girls go back home, so he manages his schedule effectively, doesn't try to live up to unrealistic expectations, and talks about his problems with a trusted friend or therapist.
Discussed: "Ever since Bob got famous, he spends all his time In Da Club, drinking and screwing strange women. It's like he's a different person".
Conversed: "Being famous will do that".
Deconstructed: The quality of the music will suffer if the band members focus more on "living it up" than producing good-quality music. It also poses a risk to their health, and if Contractual Purity is an issue, their careers. It can also lead to the demise of the band, with stress and ensuing arguments.
Bob and The Tropers get themselves to rehab and make a commitment to staying clean.
Played For Laughs: Bob's exploits lead to a hilariously over-the-top Drunken Montage.