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* BadBedroomBadLife: Though Jackson's family loves him, the stress of [[BlendedFamilyDrama the new family dynamic]] is causing him to be neglected; his bedroom shows this off well. Not only does he have to live with his step-grandmother, who keeps her clay sculptures all over their room, but his bed doesn't have any bedsheets.


* InsistentTerminology: "Grey 12 Gauge Granular Clay." For those not in the know, clay isn't even measured in "gauges."

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* InsistentTerminology: "Grey 12 Gauge Granular Clay." For those not in the know, clay isn't even measured in "gauges."" Shotgun barrels and ammo are measured in gauges.


* BabyDollBaby: One of the logs showing Tom surprising the famly with a Christmas tree (in June) has Madison holding a baby doll. Note that this happens after the main video, where the baby [[spoiler:crawls out of the garden]]...[[note]]The family apparently got her back, though, as she appears in a later log in the living room.[[/note]]

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* BabyDollBaby: One of the logs showing Tom surprising the famly family with a Christmas tree (in June) has Madison holding a baby doll. Note that this happens after the main video, where the baby [[spoiler:crawls out of the garden]]...[[note]]The family apparently got her back, though, as she appears in a later log in the living room.[[/note]]

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* MentalMonster: Though ambiguous, one possible interpretation for the creepy, pink humanoid that lives in the house is that it is a manifestation of Tom and Anne's fear of Lynks Disease taking over their family, explaining why it's wearing Jackson's missing bed-sheet, is as pink as the baby's hat, and causes the lawnmower to be stuck to the ground much like Madison in the main short-film.


* ImmediateSelfContradiction: The Sculptor's Clayground website says that clay can help cure Lynks Disease, but, a moment later, says it can cause it. Many pages on the website have similar self-contradictions.

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* ImmediateSelfContradiction: The host of Sculptor's Clayground website says that clay can help cure causes Lynks Disease, but, a moment later, says it can cause cures it. Many pages on the website have similar self-contradictions.

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* EccentricArtist: The sculptor character is a weirdo who rambles on about Lynks disease, is delusional about how good his art is, and runs a very weird, poorly-written, and unprofessional website.

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* BlendedFamilyDrama: The series is about a newly-blended family, with Tom and his son Jackson moving in with his new wife Anne, her daughter Madison, and their grandmother. It's mentioned in one video that they're all having a hard time adjusting, but that Jackson is having the hardest time, especially since he's stuck sleeping in the same room as the grandmother. Madison, meanwhile, finds him weird, and she is reminded by Anne that they need to be more mindful of how they share the space in their house.


* GiftedlyBad: "The Sculptor", who goes so far as to run his own sculpting TV show called "The Sculptor's Clayground", can't actually make decent clay sculptures. Everything he makes is all turns out to be a lumpy, misshapen mess at best with random sticks, rhinestones and paint splatters for good measure. He doesn’t even put it into a kiln to harden it - he leaves it in a sought mess. Despite this, he's delusional enough to feature several pictures of his art on his website, which claims that his art was sold to rich patrons or "a collection of good art".

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* GiftedlyBad: "The Sculptor", who goes so far as to run his own sculpting TV show called "The Sculptor's Clayground", can't actually make decent clay sculptures. Everything he makes is all turns out to be a lumpy, misshapen mess at best with random sticks, rhinestones and paint splatters for good measure. He doesn’t even put it into a kiln to harden it - he leaves it in a sought doughy mess. Despite this, he's delusional enough to feature several pictures of his art on his website, which claims that his art was sold to rich patrons or "a collection of good art".


* GiftedlyBad: "The Sculptor", who goes so far as to run his own sculpting TV show called "The Sculptor's Clayground", can't actually make decent clay sculptures. Everything he makes is all turns out to be a lumpy, misshapen mess at best with random sticks, rhinestones and paint splatters for good measure. Despite this, he's delusional enough to feature several pictures of his art on his website, which claims that his art was sold to rich patrons or "a collection of good art".

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* GiftedlyBad: "The Sculptor", who goes so far as to run his own sculpting TV show called "The Sculptor's Clayground", can't actually make decent clay sculptures. Everything he makes is all turns out to be a lumpy, misshapen mess at best with random sticks, rhinestones and paint splatters for good measure. He doesn’t even put it into a kiln to harden it - he leaves it in a sought mess. Despite this, he's delusional enough to feature several pictures of his art on his website, which claims that his art was sold to rich patrons or "a collection of good art".


*** The "Subject Logs" show that Boomy cooks lasagna in the kitchen at one point. [[spoiler:Apparently nobody questioned a character from a children's show in their house making lasagna at 10:30 in the morning.]]

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*** The "Subject Logs" show that Boomy cooks lasagna in the kitchen at one point. [[spoiler:Apparently Apparently nobody questioned a character from a children's show in their house making lasagna at 10:30 in the morning.]]


* PragmaticAdaptation: While it is ''extremely'' unclear, as intended, [[spoiler:Boomy the Cat seemingly is portrayed in his media as both an anthropomorphic cat, ''or'', as shown in the Boomy.exe game, as a man in a Boomy costume, like Tom.]]

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* PragmaticAdaptation: While it is ''extremely'' unclear, as intended, [[spoiler:Boomy the Cat seemingly is portrayed in his media as both an anthropomorphic cat, ''or'', as shown in the Boomy.exe game, as a man in a Boomy costume, like Tom.costume.]]



** Boomy the Cat is a rather strange one for Franchise/SonicTheHedgehog. A fast, blue costumed human figure with blue sneakers appears in the short, lurking in the backyard and eating garbage like a wild animal. The figure also shows up in a hidden flash game on the AB Surveillance System's website and drawings in the short & the ARG. It's implied in the ARG that the young boy, Jackson, who drew the pictures and is a huge fan of Boomy, has become preoccupied with the costumed figure showing up in his front yard and that the actual Boomy character doesn't resemble the figure at all. [[spoiler:His father, Tom, takes his secretive fandom to strange extremes, making drawings that aren't that much better than Jackson's and is possibly the costumed figure himself.]]

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** Boomy the Cat is a rather strange one for Franchise/SonicTheHedgehog. A fast, blue costumed human figure with blue sneakers appears in the short, lurking in the backyard and eating garbage like a wild animal. The figure also shows up in a hidden flash game on the AB Surveillance System's website and drawings in the short & the ARG. It's implied in the ARG that the young boy, Jackson, who drew the pictures and is a huge fan of Boomy, has become preoccupied with the costumed figure showing up in his front yard and that the actual Boomy character doesn't resemble the figure at all. [[spoiler:His father, Tom, is secretly a fan too, but he takes his this secretive fandom to strange extremes, namely by making drawings that aren't that much better than Jackson's and is possibly Jackson's. On close inspection, he seems to be the costumed figure himself.]]



** Boomy the Cat, which only [[spoiler:Jackson]] seems to notice and is [[spoiler:a bit worried about as they look nothing like the cartoon character.]]
*** The "Subject Logs" show that Subject 9 ([[spoiler:Tom in his Boomy costume]]) cooks lasagna in the kitchen at one point. [[spoiler:Apparently nobody questioned the house's patriarch wearing a costume of a character from a children's show making lasagna at 10:30 in the morning.]]

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** Boomy the Cat, which only [[spoiler:Jackson]] seems to notice and is [[spoiler:a bit worried about as they look nothing like the cartoon character.character]]. [[spoiler:On close inspection, however, it seems that "Boomy" is just Tom in a costume.]]
*** The "Subject Logs" show that Subject 9 ([[spoiler:Tom in his Boomy costume]]) cooks lasagna in the kitchen at one point. [[spoiler:Apparently nobody questioned the house's patriarch wearing a costume of a character from a children's show in their house making lasagna at 10:30 in the morning.]]

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*** The Sculpter’s Clayground also has a jumpcut on the footage of the potter’s wheel--it cuts from a small start to a pot to what looks like a metal rod sticking straight up with clay shaped oddly around it. This greatly resembles, from the final episode of {{WebVideo/Alantutorial}}, [[spoiler:the stumps of meat on spinning rods found in the room.]]


* UnusuallyUninterestingSight: The "Subject Logs" show that Subject 9 ([[spoiler:Tom in his Boomy costume]]) cooks lasagna in the kitchen at one point. [[spoiler:Apparently nobody questioned the house's patriarch wearing a costume of a character from a children's show making lasagna at 10:30 in the morning.]]

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* UnusuallyUninterestingSight: UnusuallyUninterestingSight:
** Boomy the Cat, which only [[spoiler:Jackson]] seems to notice and is [[spoiler:a bit worried about as they look nothing like the cartoon character.]]
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The "Subject Logs" show that Subject 9 ([[spoiler:Tom in his Boomy costume]]) cooks lasagna in the kitchen at one point. [[spoiler:Apparently nobody questioned the house's patriarch wearing a costume of a character from a children's show making lasagna at 10:30 in the morning.]]]]
** [[spoiler:Madison]], which neither Ann or Tom notice for several minutes before thinking she's just making a scene. [[spoiler:She's stuck to the floor and seems to be in a trance before she starts slowly [[FromBadtoWorse falling through the floor...]]]]



* UnusuallyUninterestingSight:
** Boomy the Cat, which only [[spoiler:Jackson]] seems to notice and is [[spoiler:a bit worried about as they look nothing like the cartoon character.]]
** [[spoiler:Madison]], which neither Ann or Tom notice for several minutes before thinking she's just making a scene. [[spoiler:She's stuck to the floor and seems to be in a trance before she starts slowly [[FromBadtoWorse falling through the floor...]]]]


* PragmaticAdaptation: While it is ''extremely'' unclear, as intended, [[spoiler:Boomy the Cat seemingly is portrayed in his media as both an anthropomorphic cat, ''or'', as shown in the Boomy.exe game, as a man in a Boomy costume, like Tom.

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* PragmaticAdaptation: While it is ''extremely'' unclear, as intended, [[spoiler:Boomy the Cat seemingly is portrayed in his media as both an anthropomorphic cat, ''or'', as shown in the Boomy.exe game, as a man in a Boomy costume, like Tom.]]


* PragmaticAdaptation: While it is ''extremely'' unclear, as intended, [[spoiler:Boomy the Cat seemingly is portrayed in his media as both an anthropomorphic cat, ''or'', as shown in the Boomy.exe game, as a man in a Boomy costume, like Tom.


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* PragmaticAdaptation: While it is ''extremely'' unclear, as intended, [[spoiler:Boomy the Cat seemingly is portrayed in his media as both an anthropomorphic cat, ''or'', as shown in the Boomy.exe game, as a man in a Boomy costume, like Tom.

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