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* TakeThat: Frequently, usually from Damien. Past films, Uwe Boll, Michael Bay and Star Wars are the victims of them.

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* TakeThat: Frequently, usually from Damien. Past films, Uwe Boll, Creator/UweBoll, Michael Bay and Star Wars are the victims of them.


* CerberusSyndrome / ShooOutTheClowns: Downplayed. While there is still a lot of comedy in the show, there has been much more of a shift towards a critical analysis after Michael Cole left the show.



* ShooOutTheClowns: Downplayed. While there is still a lot of comedy in the show, there has been much more of a shift towards a critical analysis after Michael Cole left the show.



* TropeMaker / TropeNamer: Literal. On the Tranquil Tirades Wiki, the hosts have created their own library of tropes found in horrible movies.


** The Heroes of Wrestling special episode was ''supposed'' to be this, but due to the nature of the PPV, it ended up being much more painful than initially intended.



* VerySpecialEpisode: The hosts reviewed what is widely considered the worst professional wrestling PPV of all time--''Heroes of Wrestling''--as a special episode in between normal episodes.


** To name but a few things they give recurring ShoutOuts to:

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** To name but a few things they give recurring ShoutOuts Shout Outs to:


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*** ''WesternAnimation/TheSimpsons''


*** ''{{Xenogears}}''

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*** ''{{Xenogears}}''''VideoGame/{{Xenogears}}''


The show's official website is a wiki with well over 1,100 pages documenting all of the movies the hosts have reviewed over the years, as well as pages for all the "notable" characters in all of the movies, pages explaining running gags and in-jokes uttered on the podcast, and various other hilarity. The hosts have also created their own series of tropes commonly found in terrible movies. A link to the Tranquil Tirades Wiki can be found [[http://tranquiltirades.wikia.com here]].

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The show's official website is a wiki with well over 1,100 1,200 pages documenting all of the movies the hosts have reviewed over the years, as well as pages for all the "notable" characters in all of the movies, pages explaining running gags and in-jokes uttered on the podcast, and various other hilarity. The hosts have also created their own series of tropes commonly found in terrible movies. A link to the Tranquil Tirades Wiki can be found [[http://tranquiltirades.wikia.com here]].


** First off, there show was originally a segment on the main Earth-2.net podcast.

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** First off, there their show was originally a segment on the main Earth-2.net podcast.


* OneSteveLimit: Michael David Sims, Michael Cole, and Cole Hurley.

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* OneSteveLimit: Averted. Michael David Sims, Michael Cole, and Cole Hurley.

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* MilestoneCelebration: The 36th, 50th and 60th episodes have all been milestone celebrations, usually celebrating how long the show has been going.
* OneSteveLimit: Michael David Sims, Michael Cole, and Cole Hurley.


The show's official website is a wiki with well over 1,100 pages documenting all of the movies the hosts have reviewed over the years, as well as pages for all the "notable" characters in all of the movies, pages explaining running gags and in-jokes uttered on the podcast, and various other hilarity. The hosts have also created their own series of tropes commonly found in terrible movies. A link to the Tranquil Tirades Wiki can be found here: http://tranquiltirades.wikia.com.

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The show's official website is a wiki with well over 1,100 pages documenting all of the movies the hosts have reviewed over the years, as well as pages for all the "notable" characters in all of the movies, pages explaining running gags and in-jokes uttered on the podcast, and various other hilarity. The hosts have also created their own series of tropes commonly found in terrible movies. A link to the Tranquil Tirades Wiki can be found here: http://tranquiltirades.[[http://tranquiltirades.wikia.com.
com here]].


* CerberusSyndrome/ShooOutTheClowns: Downplayed. While there is still a lot of comedy in the show, there has been much more of a shift towards a critical analysis after Michael Cole left the show.

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* CerberusSyndrome/ShooOutTheClowns: CerberusSyndrome / ShooOutTheClowns: Downplayed. While there is still a lot of comedy in the show, there has been much more of a shift towards a critical analysis after Michael Cole left the show.


* CerberusSyndrome/ShooOutTheClowns: Downplayed. While there is still a lot of comedy in the show, there has been much more of a shift towards a critical analysis after Michael Cole left the show.
* ChristmasSpecial: Every December episode, the hosts cover a cheesy, Christmas-themed episode, as a gift to themselves.



* ScoringPoints: An odd example, but because every film the hosts cover is assumed to be bad, a numeric scoring system simply did not work. Therefore, they created The Final Word to "score" each film. They sum up the entire film they just reviewed with a single word (or noise).
* ShoutOut: To the point where half the things they say can qualify as one.

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* ScoringPoints: An odd example, but because every film the hosts cover ReferenceOverdosed: Being a podcast about bashing bad films that's hosted by two self-admitted nerds, on a nerd website, this is assumed bound to be bad, a numeric scoring system simply did not work. Therefore, they created The Final Word to "score" each film. They sum up the entire film they just reviewed with a single word (or noise).
* ShoutOut: To the point where half the things they say can qualify as one.
happen.



*** This very wiki, on occasion
*** WesternAnimation/TheSimpsons

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*** This very wiki, on occasion
*** WesternAnimation/TheSimpsons
* ScoringPoints: An odd example, but because every film the hosts cover is assumed to be bad, a numeric scoring system simply did not work. Therefore, they created The Final Word to "score" each film. They sum up the entire film they just reviewed with a single word (or noise).

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->''"Oingo Boingo is the best part of any death fantasy."''
-->-- Damien Wilkens


* RunningGag/InJoke

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* RunningGag/InJokeRunningGag / InJoke


* AudienceParticipation: The feedback section of the show. Generally, this is for when James and Damien take emails sent in to the show.



* BrickJoke: A one-off references made to nanomachines being implanted in both of the hosts (yes, really) in the 2013 Retrospective is [[spoiler: used by the Transformers to track down said hosts in order to kill them.]]

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* BrickJoke: A one-off references made to nanomachines being implanted in both of the hosts (yes, really) in the 2013 Retrospective is [[spoiler: used by the Transformers to track down said hosts in order to kill them.them in the Santa With Muscles episode.]]



* CatchPhrase: "Where taste in cinema comes to die."

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* CatchPhrase: "Where taste in cinema comes to die."die," among others.



* RunningGag

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** More notably, scheduling conflicts and technology have frequently impacted on the show.
* RunningGagRunningGag/InJoke



** Great Band Name



* TakeThat: Frequently, usually from Damien.

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*** WesternAnimation/TheSimpsons
* TakeThat: Frequently, usually from Damien. Past films, Uwe Boll, Michael Bay and Star Wars are the victims of them.

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