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* FilmNoir: In the Red Dragon Inn episode, Josh and Mike end up facing off in a card game and the scene starts spoofing a film noir scene, including dramatic lighting, black and white video and intense, witty banter. This witty banter includes the phrase "[[CrowningMomentOfFunny Ring-a-ding-ding, here comes the fuck-truck!]]"

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* FilmNoir: In the Red Dragon Inn episode, Josh and Mike end up facing off in a card game and the scene starts spoofing a film noir scene, including dramatic lighting, black and white video and intense, witty banter. This witty banter includes the phrase "[[CrowningMomentOfFunny "[[SugarWiki/FunnyMoments Ring-a-ding-ding, here comes the fuck-truck!]]"


-->Weeeeee (weeeee!) cum on your face with boardgames, [[TitleDrop BOARDKAKE!]] *splat*

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-->Weeeeee (weeeee!) cum on your face with boardgames, [[TitleDrop BOARDKAKE!]] BOARDKAKE! *splat*



* TantrumThrowing: Mike does this too. [[{{Understatement}} Can you tell he doesn't like losing?]]

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* TantrumThrowing: Mike does this too. [[{{Understatement}} Can you tell he doesn't like losing?]]losing?


* CloudCuckoolander: Andy. He's kind of a [[TheDitz ditz]] and has some ''weird'' gameplay ideas. In the {{Monopoly}} episode, he's the one that brought up the house rules.

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* CloudCuckoolander: Andy. He's kind of a [[TheDitz ditz]] and has some ''weird'' gameplay ideas. In the {{Monopoly}} TabletopGame/{{Monopoly}} episode, he's the one that brought up the house rules.

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* MoralityPet: Fuckface the Cat(played by Anubis the Cat), a cat that the guys get Mike to give him something to calm him down.


* CloudCuckoolander: Andy. He's kind of a [[TheDitz ditz]] and has some ''weird'' gameplay ideas. In the {{Monopoly}} episode, he's the one that brought up the house rules. [[{{Understatement}} It didn't end well]].

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* CloudCuckoolander: Andy. He's kind of a [[TheDitz ditz]] and has some ''weird'' gameplay ideas. In the {{Monopoly}} episode, he's the one that brought up the house rules. [[{{Understatement}} It didn't end well]].


* CheatersNeverProsper: Josh has so far shown he likes to cheat when he gets a chance. Doesn't help him win. He cheated by looking at Andy's cards in the Red Dragon inn episode and Andy STILL won, and in the Monopoly episode he won on a technicality(the game was so insanely chaotic that the players basically said "fuck it" and streamlined the game with a special die; it ended up making Josh win by no effort of his own, fair or otherwise).

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* CheatersNeverProsper: Josh has so far shown he likes to cheat when he gets a chance. Doesn't help him win. He cheated by looking at Andy's cards in the Red Dragon inn Inn episode and Andy STILL won, and in the Monopoly episode he won on a technicality(the game was so insanely chaotic that the players basically said "fuck it" and streamlined the game with a special die; it ended up making Josh win by no effort of his own, fair or otherwise).


* FlippingTheTable: Mike's usual response to losing.



* TheSoreLoser: Yeah, they ALL are to a certain extent, but Mike takes it waaaay too far. He ruins games if he loses.

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* TheSoreLoser: SoreLoser: Yeah, they ALL are to a certain extent, but Mike takes it waaaay too far. He ruins games if he loses.loses.
* TantrumThrowing: Mike does this too. [[{{Understatement}} Can you tell he doesn't like losing?]]


* SeriousBusiness: This show might as well be called "Board Games Are Serious Business: The Web Series".

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* SeriousBusiness: This show might as well be called "Board Games Are Serious Business: The Web Series".Series".
* TheSoreLoser: Yeah, they ALL are to a certain extent, but Mike takes it waaaay too far. He ruins games if he loses.


* EndlessGame: What the Monopoly game devolves to when the house rules are applied. The game lasts ''a week'' before the guys decide enough's emough.

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* EndlessGame: What the Monopoly game devolves to when the house rules are applied. The game lasts ''a week'' before the guys decide enough's emough.enough.


* Jerkass: All of them, to a degree, but Mike's the worst.

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* Jerkass: {{Jerkass}}: All of them, to a degree, but Mike's the worst.

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* LoadsAndLoadsOfRules: Sam likes them, the rest of the guys don't. In the Red Dragon Inn episode, when he sees the game's rules fit in only one page, he instantly declares it a "baby's game."


* RunningGag: "Shut the fuck up, Sam!" is said every time Sam's going to complain about something. It's said even when Sam's not saying anything. It's said even when ''Sam's not on the table at all''.

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* RunningGag: "Shut the fuck up, Sam!" is said every time Sam's going to complain about something. It's said even when Sam's not saying anything. It's said even when ''Sam's not on the table at all''.


* ButtMonkey: Sam, who actually tries to play the games as intended and is prone to rules-lawyering. The other guys pretty much always gang up on him as a result. "Shut the fuck up, Sam!" might as well be the show's catchphrase.

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* ButtMonkey: Sam, who actually tries to play the games as intended and is prone to rules-lawyering. The other guys pretty much always gang up on him as a result. "Shut the fuck up, Sam!" might as well be the show's catchphrase.


* AndNowForSomethingCompletelyDifferent: The ''Behind The Boards'' episodes, which are DayInTheLife episodes expanding the characters' background.

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* AndNowForSomethingCompletelyDifferent: The ''Behind ''Between The Boards'' episodes, which are DayInTheLife episodes expanding the characters' background.


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* NoIndoorVoice: Mike. He will not say anything he couldn't instead say at 160 decibels.

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