''Neighbors From Hell'' was a [[UsefulNotes/AdobeFlash Flash animated]] sitcom created by ''WesternAnimation/SouthPark'' veteran Pam Brady that premiered on June 7, 2010 on Creator/{{TBS}}, but sadly was not renewed for a second season. The plot basically concerns the adventures of a family of demons that must relocate to UsefulNotes/{{Houston}}, Texas in order to keep a powerful new drill with the ability to plow straight into Hell itself from becoming active, thereby destroying their underworld. [[WidgetSeries ...Yeah.]]

It should not be confused with [[VideoGame/NeighboursFromHell a series of PC games]] by the same title.

* AerithAndBob - Balthazar and his family ...Josh, Mandy, and his wife, Tina.
* AmbiguouslyGay: Vlaartark often crossdresses, has... [[HoYay intimate]] moments with Pazuzu, and has a tattoo of [[Literature/{{Twilight}} Taylor Lautner]].
** Ashley, the British boy from the episode ''Guns For Mutts'' appears to be this. [[spoiler:He's actually a SweetPollyOliver, and [[FakeBrit not actually British]].]]
* AssKicksYou - Marjoe tends to do this to people after making a joke.
* BeautyMark: Tina has one on her bottom right lip.
* BerserkButton - Don't EVER belittle Bal's parents.
* BestialityIsDepraved -
** Marjoe has a [[{{Squick}} thing for dogs]]...
** Lorelai also does "donkey shows"...
* CreepyFamily: The main cast is a family of demons.
* CoolAndUnusualPunishment: In the pilot, a man in hell is tortured by being forced to listen to Britney Spears music.
* DeathSeeker[=/=]DrivenToSuicide: Marjoe's dog wants to die than live another moment with her. But many attempts end in failure or bad timing (usually thanks to Marjoe).
%%* TheDevilIsALoser
* {{Dissimile}} - Ashley from ''Guns For Mutts'' comes out with a few of these.
-->'''Josh:''' ''(about a secret experiment facility)'' Woah! This place is weird.
-->'''Ashley:''' You think this is weird? You should see my experiment shed at home. And by experiment shed I mean my underpants.
%%* DumbBlonde: Tina, at times.
* EvenEvilHasStandards - Tina is constantly repulsed by the disgusting and politically incorrect demeanor of her new neighbor Marjoe. Tina's daughter Mandy breaks up with Killbride's son because he's cruel to unpopular, or disabled kids. Even Satan himself is disconcerted by how amoral and evil Killbride can be.
* EveryoneMeetsEveryone - Hellmans, meet weirdos from Houston, TX. Houston, Hellmans.
* EverythingIsBigInTexas - Pretty much a constant parody of said trope. Also applies to most of the [[HartmanHips women on the show, as well.]]
%%* ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin
* {{Fartillery}} - In episode 1 Marjoe farts (purposely) in her suicidal dog's face just for laughs.
%%* FireAndBrimstoneHell
* FriendToAllLivingThings: Josh loves animals and animals seem to love him back, ironic considering he's a demon.
* GuiltyPleasure: One of the triggers of the whole premise. Bal loved secretly watching earth television, which is considered one of the most horrible things in existence in Hell. This leads to Bal knowing more about humans than any of the other demons, which makes him Satan's choice for the job up on earth.
* HardDrinkingPartyGirl - Tina is almost never seen without some kind of alcoholic beverage (usually, though not always, a martini) in hand.
* HumansAreTheRealMonsters: So much so, they make DEMONS look good.
%%* IdiotHero: Balthazar
* InkSuitActor: The female executive that sexually harasses Balthazar is voiced by [[Series/{{Glee}} Jane]] [[Series/TwoAndAHalfMen Lynch]], and basically looks like a caricature of her to boot.
%%* {{Jerkass}}: Don Killbride, full stop.
%%** Almost every human character is in more or less extent a {{Jerkass}} in this series.
* LadyInRed: Tina
* LittleMissSnarker: Mandy, [[TheQuietOne when she actually talks]] (not via cell phone/texting), is pretty much this.
%%* MamaBear - Tina
* MeaningfulName: Don Killbride has been married over six times.
%%* MrExposition - Satan, in the pilot.
* NobleDemon: Even for literally being a demon, Balthazar's actually a pretty nice guy all things considered.
* OnceAnEpisode: Tina and Bal making out.
** As well as Bal getting promoted/demoted, somehow [[FailureIsTheOnlyOption always farther away from the drill]].
** Satan checking up on the Hellmans at the end for a report of their progress, often resulting in a SpoofAesop or FamilyUnfriendlyAesop.
%%* OnlySaneMan: Balthazar, several times.
* OurDemonsAreDifferent - They treat sinful repentance as a punch-in-and-out day job and act seemingly human, with families.
* ParentalObliviousness - In ''Guns For Mutts'', [[spoiler:even Ashley's own father didn't know she was a girl... somehow.]]
%%* PunchClockVillain
%%* {{Satan}}
* SelfDeprecation -
--> '''Satan:''' TV rots the mind. It's a fact.
--> '''Balthazar:''' I did not know that!
* SpeaksFluentAnimal: Josh talks to horses, and possibly other animals.
* TakeThat: In the season 1 finale.
--> '''Satan:''' You've been on Earth for 10 weeks with no progress! Tell me why I shouldn't cancel you right now?
--> '''Balthazar:''' Umm... because we're fun to watch?
--> '''Satan:''' [[{{Beat}} ...]] I'm going on vacation. When I come back I'm going to expect results, or I'll find another [[WesternAnimation/FamilyGuy family! ... Guy. Family Guy...]]
* TemporaryBulkChange - In ''Robert the Insult Weight Loss Robot'', Tina puts on weight after eating too many cupcakes, though it's not noticeable except for one scene where she attempts to squeeze through the doggy door.
* ThisLoserIsYou - Notice how the humans are either [[CorruptCorporateExecutive in the oil business]], [[TheWoobie absurdly sympathetic]], or [[RefugeInAudacity batshit]] [[CrossesTheLineTwice insane.]]
* TooDumbToLive: In the pilot, Marjoe is oblivious that Tina is deliberately trying to strangle her to death. Even as she's having difficulty breathing. Perhaps she's TooKinkyToTorture.
%%* UglyGuyHotWife: Balthazar and Tina.
* UnusuallyUninterestingSight: The Hellmans don't disguise themselves at all aside from wearing normal human clothes, and no one seems to care they have [[AmazingTechnicolorPopulation green skin]], PointyEars and CuteLittleFangs. The Texans simply assume that they are Jewish.
* VerbalTic: Ashley from ''Guns for Mutts'' adds the cutesy suffix -sies to the ends of words.
%%* VillainProtagonist
%%* VisualPun: Plenty of 'em.
%%* WidgetSeries: An interesting American Animated Sitcom example.