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* IdiosyncraticRatingsScale: Instead of sticking to something boring like stars out of 10, each episode replaces the stars with something relevant to the events of the episodes ("I give this four and a half penguins...") and also randomly varies the maximum number ("...out of seven"), sometimes followed by Kevin complaining that this is going to result in very strange numbers if he ever gets around to adding the feature where all the scores are automatically tranlated into scores out of 10 for comparison purposes.

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* IdiosyncraticRatingsScale: Instead of sticking to something boring like stars out of 10, each episode replaces the stars with something relevant to the events of the episodes ("I give this four and a half penguins...") and also randomly varies the maximum number ("...out of seven"), sometimes followed by Kevin complaining that this is going to result in very strange numbers if he ever gets around to adding the feature where all the scores are automatically tranlated translated into scores out of 10 for comparison purposes.


* IdiosyncraticRatingsScale: Instead of sticking to something boring like stars out of 10, each episode replaces the stars with something relevant to the events of the episodes ("I give this four and a half penguins...") and also randomly varies the maximum number ("...out of seven"), sometimes followed by Kevin complaining that this is going result in very strange numbers if he ever gets around to adding the feature where all the scores are automatically tranlated into scores out of 10 for comparison purposes.

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* IdiosyncraticRatingsScale: Instead of sticking to something boring like stars out of 10, each episode replaces the stars with something relevant to the events of the episodes ("I give this four and a half penguins...") and also randomly varies the maximum number ("...out of seven"), sometimes followed by Kevin complaining that this is going to result in very strange numbers if he ever gets around to adding the feature where all the scores are automatically tranlated into scores out of 10 for comparison purposes.

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* IdiosyncraticRatingsScale: Instead of sticking to something boring like stars out of 10, each episode replaces the stars with something relevant to the events of the episodes ("I give this four and a half penguins...") and also randomly varies the maximum number ("...out of seven"), sometimes followed by Kevin complaining that this is going result in very strange numbers if he ever gets around to adding the feature where all the scores are automatically tranlated into scores out of 10 for comparison purposes.


* IncrediblyLamePun: One of their advertising openers for Griffinwinds LLC, an instrument repair business, is "when your woodwind is no goodwind".

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* IncrediblyLamePun: One of their advertising openers for Griffinwinds Gryphon Winds LLC, an instrument repair business, is "when your woodwind is no goodwind".



** Sponsor segues, generally terribly off topic, almost always starting with "You know what won't [insert random comment here]...?" Apparently this has become so prevalent in their household at this point that they respond to any question with that opening with "Sofa Wolf Press!" There is an extensive list [[https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1peP8f18ZJWjduYMpmKFh_n2bGCfeulmZDvGyg0UA574/ here]].

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** Sponsor segues, generally terribly off topic, almost always starting with "You know what won't [insert random comment here]...?" Apparently this has become so prevalent in their household at this point that they respond to any question with that opening with "Sofa Wolf Press!" There is an extensive list [[https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1peP8f18ZJWjduYMpmKFh_n2bGCfeulmZDvGyg0UA574/ here]]. Often followed by an exhortation to please not mention what their ad actually ''said''.

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* IncrediblyLamePun: One of their advertising openers for Griffinwinds LLC, an instrument repair business, is "when your woodwind is no goodwind".


** Special guest John (boyfriend of Lizardbeth) hates misuse of the word "superfood" and unnecessary removal of things like fat to make something seem healthier.

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** Special guest John (boyfriend (now ex-boyfriend of Lizardbeth) hates misuse of the word "superfood" and unnecessary removal of things like fat to make something seem healthier.


* OnlyKnownByTheirNickname: Tortie, Tiny/Little Orange, and Hound all have actual names (Rose, Cammie, and Lacey respectively), but Kevin and Ursula hardly ever use them.

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* OnlyKnownByTheirNickname: Tortie, Tiny/Little Orange, and Hound all have actual names (Rose, Cammie, and Lacey respectively), but Kevin and Ursula hardly ever use them. Even now that they have ''two'' hounds, Lacey is still "Hound", and the new hound is known by his actual name Ernie.


* CanineCompanion: Gir, the live kitchen beagle. There was also, until recently, Brandon the border collie. Who has been replaced with New Hound (Lacey) the coon hound.

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* CanineCompanion: Gir, New hound Lacey and sad hound Ernie are the live kitchen beagle. There was also, until recently, new blood; Brandon the border collie. Who has been replaced with New Hound (Lacey) collie and Gir the coon hound.kitchen beagle both passed on during the run of the show.


->"Do you know what does not require latex gloves?"
->"And will not treat you like a cow."
->"And will not treat you like a cow?"
->"Sofa Wolf Press!"

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->"Do ->''"Do you know what does not require latex gloves?"
->"And
gloves?"\\
"And
will not treat you like a cow."
->"And
"\\
"And
will not treat you like a cow?"
->"Sofa
cow?"\\
"Sofa
Wolf Press!"
Press!"''



* BerserkButton: Ursula hates it when the package promises things that aren't in the actual food.
-->Ursula: [muttering angrily] I was promised a sixth cheese.

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* BerserkButton: BerserkButton:
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Ursula hates it when the package promises things that aren't in the actual food.
-->Ursula: [muttering angrily] --->'''Ursula:''' ''[muttering angrily]'' I was promised a sixth cheese. cheese.



-->Kevin: EMULSIFYYY!

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-->Kevin: -->'''Kevin:''' EMULSIFYYY!



--> Ursula: So what I am getting at, is that Red Velvet Oreos are like f**king a fake corpse. ...Moving on.

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--> Ursula: -->'''Ursula:''' So what I am getting at, is that Red Velvet Oreos are like f**king a fake corpse. ...Moving on.


* BlatantLies: In episode 192, "Spam and Lutefisk", Ursula is about to explain what ayahuasca does...and then realizes that a wild teenager has appeared. At which point she says that ayahuasca is about staying in school, doing your homework, and moving out of your dad's house.

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* BlatantLies: In episode 192, "Spam and Lutefisk", Ursula is about to explain what ayahuasca does...and then realizes that a wild teenager has appeared. At which point she says that ayahuasca is about staying in school, doing your homework, and moving out of your dad's house. (For the record, ayahuasca is a potent psychedelic.)


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* OnlyKnownByTheirNickname: Tortie, Tiny/Little Orange, and Hound all have actual names (Rose, Cammie, and Lacey respectively), but Kevin and Ursula hardly ever use them.

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* DoesNotLikeSpam: Both hosts are so over-exposed to red and green bell pepper they detest everything they encounter it in.



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* CanineCompanion: Gir, the live kitchen beagle. There was also, until recently, Brandon the border collie.

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* CanineCompanion: Gir, the live kitchen beagle. There was also, until recently, Brandon the border collie. Who has been replaced with New Hound (Lacey) the coon hound.

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** Ursula also despises the word "Hazelnut" and repeatedly emphasises "filbert" as an alternative.

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* BlatantLies: In episode 192, "Spam and Lutefisk", Ursula is about to explain what ayahuasca does...and then realizes that a wild teenager has appeared. At which point she says that ayahuasca is about staying in school, doing your homework, and moving out of your dad's house.

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