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* BerserkButton: BlatantLies. Its one thing to get a fact wrong, they might still criticize the point made but depending on the mistake they may just point it out and move on, but flat out lying or manipulating something to make your point seem more valid makes ''all of them'' mad. As an example, the Webvideo/CinematicVenom's video on the ''Film/TheLordOfTheRings'' film series earned many of the viewers anger because he consistently got both facts wrong about the movie, but also lied about certain points the film made, resulting in his arguments having no basis.

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* BerserkButton: BlatantLies. Its one thing to get a fact wrong, they might still criticize the point made but depending on the mistake they may just point it out and move on, but flat out lying or manipulating something to make your point seem more valid makes ''all of them'' mad. As an example, the Webvideo/CinematicVenom's ''WebVideo/CinematicVenom'''s video on the ''Film/TheLordOfTheRings'' film series earned many of the viewers anger because he consistently got both facts wrong about the movie, but also lied about certain points the film made, resulting in his arguments having no basis.


* BerserkButton: BlatantLies. Its one thing to get a fact wrong, they might still criticize the point made but depending on the mistake they may just point it out and move on, but flat out lying or manipulating something to make your point seem more valid makes ''all of them'' mad. As an example, the Webvideo/CinematicVenom's video on the ''Film/TheLordOfTheRings'' film series earned many of the viewers anger because he (not Rob but the podcast) consistently got both facts wrong about the movie, but also lied about certain points the film made, resulting in his arguments having no basis.

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* BerserkButton: BlatantLies. Its one thing to get a fact wrong, they might still criticize the point made but depending on the mistake they may just point it out and move on, but flat out lying or manipulating something to make your point seem more valid makes ''all of them'' mad. As an example, the Webvideo/CinematicVenom's video on the ''Film/TheLordOfTheRings'' film series earned many of the viewers anger because he (not Rob but the podcast) consistently got both facts wrong about the movie, but also lied about certain points the film made, resulting in his arguments having no basis.


* BerserkButton: BlatantLies. Its one thing to get a fact wrong, they might still criticize the point made but depending on the mistake they may just point it out and move on, but flat out lying or manipulating something to make your point seem more valid makes ''all of them'' mad. As an example, the Webvideo/CinematicVenom's video on the ''Film/TheLordOfTheRings'' film series earned many of the viewers anger because he consistently got both facts wrong about the movie, but also lied about certain points the film made, resulting in his arguments having no basis.

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* BerserkButton: BlatantLies. Its one thing to get a fact wrong, they might still criticize the point made but depending on the mistake they may just point it out and move on, but flat out lying or manipulating something to make your point seem more valid makes ''all of them'' mad. As an example, the Webvideo/CinematicVenom's video on the ''Film/TheLordOfTheRings'' film series earned many of the viewers anger because he (not Rob but the podcast) consistently got both facts wrong about the movie, but also lied about certain points the film made, resulting in his arguments having no basis.


* BerserkButton: BlatantLies. Its one thing to get a fact wrong, they might still criticize the point made but depending on the mistake they may just point it out and move on, but flat out lying or manipulating something to make your point seem more valid makes ''all of them'' mad. As an example, the Cinematic Venom's video on the ''Film/TheLordOfTheRings'' film series earned many of the viewers anger because he consistently got both facts wrong about the movie, but also lied about certain points the film made, resulting in his arguments having no basis.

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* BerserkButton: BlatantLies. Its one thing to get a fact wrong, they might still criticize the point made but depending on the mistake they may just point it out and move on, but flat out lying or manipulating something to make your point seem more valid makes ''all of them'' mad. As an example, the Cinematic Venom's Webvideo/CinematicVenom's video on the ''Film/TheLordOfTheRings'' film series earned many of the viewers anger because he consistently got both facts wrong about the movie, but also lied about certain points the film made, resulting in his arguments having no basis.


* AccentuateTheNegative: {{Downplayed}}, as they will happily agree with points brought up that are fair in their eyes, but if the video they are watching leans more towards having holes in the point rather, they tend to focus on it over any legitmate points because no matter how good some points are, it means the entire video isn't stable enough.

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* AccentuateTheNegative: {{Downplayed}}, as they will happily agree with points brought up that are fair in their eyes, but if the video they are watching leans more towards having holes in the point rather, argument being presented, they tend to focus on it over any legitmate legitimate points because no matter how good valid some points are, may be, it means the entire video being discussed isn't stable enough.presenting a good point.


* PuzzleBoss: In EFAP #49, everyone has trouble understanding Moviebob with his fast and overly worded speech. They then realize the best way to get through the video faster is by slowing it down.


* InsaneTrollLogic: A lot of people they cover use this, to which those on the podcast end up having to make sense of and respond to. Some examples include Jim Sterling saying that "there's noting about [[VideoGame/TheLastOfUs Joel]] that ain't loathsome" while showing the scene from [[VideoGame/TheLastOfUsPartII Part II]] where [[NotHelpingYourCase Joel's taking Ellie to a museum at great risk to his own safety just so she can have fun]], Browntable saying that "Just because [[Film/TheDarkKnightRises the film]] isn't as good as Film/TheDarkKnight doesn't mean we should brush it aside as an inferior sequel" despite the fact that those two statements [[ImmediateSelfContradiction contradict one another]], and Just Write saying that the reason the newer, less efficient bombers were used in Film/TheLastJedi is because "most people don't know what a Y-wing is" despite the fact that there are Y-wings in [[Film/RogueOne the film released just before The Last Jedi]].


%%* InsaneTrollLogic: A lot of people they cover use this, to which those on the podcast end up having to make sense of and respond to.

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%%* * InsaneTrollLogic: A lot of people they cover use this, to which those on the podcast end up having to make sense of and respond to.to. Some examples include Jim Sterling saying that "there's noting about [[VideoGame/TheLastOfUs Joel]] that ain't loathsome" while showing the scene from [[VideoGame/TheLastOfUsPartII Part II]] where [[NotHelpingYourCase Joel's taking Ellie to a museum at great risk to his own safety just so she can have fun]], Browntable saying that "Just because [[Film/TheDarkKnightRises the film]] isn't as good as Film/TheDarkKnight doesn't mean we should brush it aside as an inferior sequel" despite the fact that those two statements [[ImmediateSelfContradiction contradict one another]], and Just Write saying that the reason the newer, less efficient bombers were used in Film/TheLastJedi is because "most people don't know what a Y-wing is" despite the fact that there are Y-wings in [[Film/RogueOne the film released just before The Last Jedi]].


* InsaneTrollLogic: A lot of people they cover use this, to which those on the podcast end up having to make sense of and respond to.

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* %%* InsaneTrollLogic: A lot of people they cover use this, to which those on the podcast end up having to make sense of and respond to.

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* InsaneTrollLogic: A lot of people they cover use this, to which those on the podcast end up having to make sense of and respond to.


* RoguesGallery: Quinton Reviews, Just Write, Patrick (H) Willems, Browntable, [=MovieBob=] (who has been christened as Diabeto), Jack Saint, Joseph Anderson, and video essayists of the like. The list keeps growing with each EFAP.

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* ColorCodedForYourConvenience: The color scheme of the stream background changes depending on the type of stream; normal EFAP is Red, EFAP minis are green, EFAP movies are blue, and EFAP gaming is orange.


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* HolidayMode: EFAP has specialized stream backgrounds for when they stream during Halloween and Christmas.


* FreudianTrio: Of the hosts, [=MauLer=] is the Superego, Rags is the Ego, [=DishonoredWolf=] is the Id.

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* FreudianTrio: Of the hosts, [=MauLer=] is the Superego, Rags is the Ego, and [=DishonoredWolf=] is the Id.

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* FreudianTrio: Of the hosts, [=MauLer=] is the Superego, Rags is the Ego, [=DishonoredWolf=] is the Id.

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* TheBusCameBack: Logicked, who hadn't been on EFAP since #18, returns in EFAP #100-2

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