Series: Frankie Boyle's Tramadol Nights
- "This show contains uncompromising adult humour and language right from the start which some viewers will find offensive."
Frankie Boyle's Tramadol Nights contains examples of:
- A Date with Rosie Palms- a great deal of the humor consists of wanking jokes.
- And Knowing Is Half the Battle- spoofed at the end of each show with a deeply perverted cowboy delivering a deeply wrong message.
- Audience Participation - Each episode begins with Frankie singling out someone in the audience and making fun of him/her.
- Black Comedy - Seen often, from being urged to shoot a pregnant woman in the head and the foetus' head by drugged hallucinations you think are KITT to Loose Women Iran.
- The Blank - Seen in the Untitled Street sketch
- British Brevity
- Catch Phrase - "fatherfuckers", because no one cares about the word "motherfuckers" anymore.
- Deconstructive Parody - Knight Rider and The Green Mile in suitably humourous ways so far.
- Executive Meddling - The show's title was originally going to be "Deal With This, Retards"
- Flanderization - As opposed to Mock the Week, Frankie's act here is almost entirely offensive for the sake of being offensive.
- Kids Are Cruel - The whole point of the "Wee Hing" sketch.
- No Celebrities Were Harmed - Averted with George Michael's Highway Code.
- Running Gag - The cowboy at the end of each episode and masturbation jokes.
- Sketch Show
- Take That - Against the BBC trying to be politically correct with Untitled Street.