The Comrade Syndrome, in which all socialists and communists say "Comrade" and, shortly afterwards, are brutally censored, and I don't mean like normal censorship, where the things being censored are only relatively gruesome, or not safe for work, I mean the stuff being censored is so gruesome that even the censor covering it is not safe for work before being beaten to near death with their dead pet, child, friend, and/or genitalia, before their body is relax, I am only doing this for your sanity, you'll thank This Troper someday, think of kittens, or flowers, or even less brutal violence. The Aristocrats.
All Writers Are Undead Talking Animals Masquerading As Humans
Kick The Dog Then Feel Bad About It Later And Give The Dog Some Bacon To Make Up For It, Provided The Dog Isn't Still Pissed Off, In Which Case You'll Probably Have To Wait Until He Comes Out From Under The Bed
Subtrope: And When He Does Give Him Facon For Being Such A Drama Queen
Kung Fu Guy With A Reasonable And Objective Assessment of His Own Capabilities
Creative Commons Attribution Share-alike Soundtrack With Founder's Copyright
Not So Hopeless - Seemingly Hopeless Auditionees that turn out to be really talented once they start performing.
Hopeless AuditioneeSpot: "You know, I think one might be bearable... No, he's rubbish." Alternatively, "[Contestant], I think you have real talent. In scaring away animals and terrifying small children. That was hideous."
What Do You Mean Its Political For The Other Side (There actually is a statue in Kansas that fits this trope: Initially protesting the occupation of the Panama Canal, its current owner says the sculptor saw into the future and protested giving away the Panama Canal.)
The Author Reads TV Tropes Because He Wants To Eliminate Any Tropes From His Work But It Turns Out Everything Is A Trope So He Sinks Into Despair And Kills Himself And The Thing He Was Writing Is Never Written So Wait How Do We Even Have A Page On This Thing Anyway?
Something Something The Artist Formerly Known As Prince
When you're watching a show, and the entire episode focuses on this bizarre alien machine. The protagonists have no idea what it is, yet they manage to harness its powers to win before finally deciding that the world is not ready for it, leaving it behind. Then, after the episode is over, it hits you — it was a fridge!
True Art Involves Cutting Up Sharks
Physical impossibility of death in the mind of someone living is the closest we're ever going to get.