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* AsHimself / AdamWesting: Brian Krause (of Series/{{Charmed}} fame) plays himself, who was a former worker at Empire Market and knew what Chad has done on his job interview and first day. He gets instantly identified for being in ''Charmed'' and quickly points out that he also appeared in Series/MadMen.

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* AsHimself / AdamWesting: Brian Krause (of Series/{{Charmed}} ''Series/{{Charmed|1998}}'' fame) plays himself, who was a former worker at Empire Market and knew what Chad has done on his job interview and first day. He gets instantly identified for being in ''Charmed'' and quickly points out that he also appeared in Series/MadMen.

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* MidBattleTeaBreak: In the middle of Chad and Jeremy's fight in the finale of Season 2, they temporarily stop their battle to help a customer find some groceries.


* AffectionateParody: Of Chad's older brother, [[StarWars Darth Vader]], of course.

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* AffectionateParody: Of Chad's older brother, [[StarWars [[Franchise/StarWars Darth Vader]], of course.



* KavorkaMan: Chad manages to attract some pretty female co-workers, despite the fact that he's a deformed, rude, socially awkward nutcase who spends all of his time in a black body suit and helmet, ordering everyone around like the crew of an [[StarWars Imperial Star Destroyer]].

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* KavorkaMan: Chad manages to attract some pretty female co-workers, despite the fact that he's a deformed, rude, socially awkward nutcase who spends all of his time in a black body suit and helmet, ordering everyone around like the crew of an [[StarWars [[Franchise/StarWars Imperial Star Destroyer]].


The series is produced by Blame Society Productions, an enterprise consisting of Aaron Yonda and Matt Sloan, which has also made a wide variety of other clips that can be found on their [[http://www.youtube.com/user/blamesocietyfilms YouTube channel]] or on their [[http://www.blamesociety.net/index.php official homepage]]. He was also a [[http://www.rifftrax.com/rifftrax/star-wars-episode-ii-attack-clones guest riffer]] for Podcast/{{Rifftrax}} for ''[[Film/AttackOfTheClones Star Wars Episode II: Attack of the Clones]]'' and [[http://www.rifftrax.com/rifftrax/star-wars-episode-v-empire-strikes-back Episode V:]] ''TheEmpireStrikesBack''.

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The series is produced by Blame Society Productions, an enterprise consisting of Aaron Yonda and Matt Sloan, which has also made a wide variety of other clips that can be found on their [[http://www.youtube.com/user/blamesocietyfilms YouTube channel]] or on their [[http://www.blamesociety.net/index.php official homepage]]. He was also a [[http://www.rifftrax.com/rifftrax/star-wars-episode-ii-attack-clones guest riffer]] for Podcast/{{Rifftrax}} for ''[[Film/AttackOfTheClones Star Wars Episode II: Attack of the Clones]]'' and [[http://www.rifftrax.com/rifftrax/star-wars-episode-v-empire-strikes-back Episode V:]] ''TheEmpireStrikesBack''.''Film/TheEmpireStrikesBack''.


* VillainProtagonist: Chad becomes one in the middle of the first season until his HeelRealization in the finale.

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* VillainProtagonist: Chad becomes one in the middle of the first fourth season until his HeelRealization in the finale.


** Clarissa, Chad's love interest from the first season, was DemotedToExtra in the second season, and disappeared in the middle of the third season without explanation.

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** Clarissa, Chad's love interest from the first season, was DemotedToExtra in the second season, and disappeared entirely in the middle of the third season without explanation.



** Disappointedly subverted in that the gambits neither collide, nor even reach execution. Baby Cookie is taken back by his previous owner, effectively having him PutOnABus and ending any possible gambits. Clint becomes the manager of another Empire Market store, ending his plans against Chad with the unlikely exception of a store rivalry. And Maggie is stripped of her Empire Market liaison status courtesy of J Pepper, ending any of her unknown previous plans.

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** Disappointedly subverted in that the gambits neither collide, nor even reach execution. Baby Cookie is taken back by his previous owner, effectively having him PutOnABus and ending any possible gambits. Clint becomes the manager of another Empire Market store, ending his plans against Chad with the unlikely exception of a store rivalry. And Maggie is stripped of her Empire Market liaison status courtesy of Champion J Pepper, ending any of her unknown previous plans.



* HateSink: Lloyd being a sleazy, sexist womanizing loser and the show's ButtMonkey.



* IronicEcho: [["And who is responsible for you?"]]

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* IronicEcho: [["And [[spoiler: "And who is responsible for you?"]]



* KilledOffForReal: Weird Jimmy [[spoiler: Only to come back and possess his own brother.]]

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* KilledOffForReal: Weird Jimmy [[spoiler: Only to come back and possess his own brother.brother in season 4.]]


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* VillainProtagonist: Chad becomes one in the middle of the first season until his HeelRealization in the finale.


** Damien Nightshade is an obvious parody of ''Literature/{{Twilight}}'', though he may not be such an affectionate parody though.

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** Damien Nightshade is an obvious parody of ''Literature/{{Twilight}}'', though he may not be such an affectionate parody though.parody.


The series originated and gained fame on Website/{{Channel101}}, where it was cancelled by the Cinespace audience after two episodes. The creators then decided to move it to other venues such as Website/YouTube and Website/{{Myspace}}. The clips hold a quality level clearly above what one can expect on Youtube, with good action and overarching story lines. It also sports a wide cast of talented actors. The series consists of the first season, featuring eight episodes, the second season, featuring eleven episodes, the third season, featuring ten episodes, and is currently in its fourth season. Chad also has a six-episode series of educational videos for improving your mastery of the grocery store clerk calling.

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The series originated and gained fame on Website/{{Channel101}}, where it was cancelled by the Cinespace audience after two episodes. The creators then decided to move it to other venues such as Website/YouTube and Website/{{Myspace}}. The clips hold a quality level clearly above what one can expect on Youtube, with good action and overarching story lines. It also sports a wide cast of talented actors. The series consists of the first season, featuring eight episodes, the second season, featuring eleven episodes, the third season, featuring ten episodes, and is currently in its the fourth season.and final season, featuring ten episodes. Chad also has a six-episode series of educational videos for improving your mastery of the grocery store clerk calling.


* AscendedFanboy: Chad Vader himself got to voice the actual Darth Vader in ''VideoGame/{{SoulCalibur}} IV''. He would go on to play the role in EmpireAtWar, ''VideoGame/TheForceUnleashed'', its sequel, and ''VideoGame/DisneyInfinity 3.0''.

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* AscendedFanboy: Chad Vader himself got to voice the actual Darth Vader in ''VideoGame/{{SoulCalibur}} IV''. He would go on to play the role in EmpireAtWar, ''VideoGame/EmpireAtWar'', ''VideoGame/TheForceUnleashed'', its sequel, and ''VideoGame/DisneyInfinity 3.0''.

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* ArbitrarySkepticism: Weird Jimmy is an atheist according to his twin brother Johnny, but he believes that elves exist.


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* TheFriendNobodyLikes: Despite being Chad's whipping boy, Lloyd is often seen hanging out with him in the spinoff videos.


* ActingForTwo: Aaron Yonda plays Hal Thompson and Chad's body in the Vader suit. Matt Sloan plays Chad's voice, Clint, and Clint's father.



* ScrewedByTheNetwork: Well, the Cinespace audience, to be more precise. Thankfully, it was UnCancelled.



* TalkingToHimself: Matt Sloan also plays Clint. Chad is voiced by Matt but played in body by Aaron Yonda.


The series is produced by Blame Society Productions, an enterprise consisting of Aaron Yonda and Matt Sloan, which has also made a wide variety of other clips that can be found on their [[http://www.youtube.com/user/blamesocietyfilms YouTube channel]] or on their [[http://www.blamesociety.net/index.php official homepage]]. He was also a [[http://www.rifftrax.com/rifftrax/star-wars-episode-ii-attack-clones guest riffer]] for Podcast/{{Rifftrax}} for ''[[AttackOfTheClones Star Wars Episode II: Attack of the Clones]]'' and [[http://www.rifftrax.com/rifftrax/star-wars-episode-v-empire-strikes-back Episode V:]] ''TheEmpireStrikesBack''.

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The series is produced by Blame Society Productions, an enterprise consisting of Aaron Yonda and Matt Sloan, which has also made a wide variety of other clips that can be found on their [[http://www.youtube.com/user/blamesocietyfilms YouTube channel]] or on their [[http://www.blamesociety.net/index.php official homepage]]. He was also a [[http://www.rifftrax.com/rifftrax/star-wars-episode-ii-attack-clones guest riffer]] for Podcast/{{Rifftrax}} for ''[[AttackOfTheClones ''[[Film/AttackOfTheClones Star Wars Episode II: Attack of the Clones]]'' and [[http://www.rifftrax.com/rifftrax/star-wars-episode-v-empire-strikes-back Episode V:]] ''TheEmpireStrikesBack''.


The series originated and gained fame on Website/{{Channel101}}, where it was cancelled by the Cinespace audience after two episodes. The creators then decided to move it to other venues such as Website/YouTube and {{Myspace}}. The clips hold a quality level clearly above what one can expect on Youtube, with good action and overarching story lines. It also sports a wide cast of talented actors. The series consists of the first season, featuring eight episodes, the second season, featuring eleven episodes, the third season, featuring ten episodes, and is currently in its fourth season. Chad also has a six-episode series of educational videos for improving your mastery of the grocery store clerk calling.

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The series originated and gained fame on Website/{{Channel101}}, where it was cancelled by the Cinespace audience after two episodes. The creators then decided to move it to other venues such as Website/YouTube and {{Myspace}}.Website/{{Myspace}}. The clips hold a quality level clearly above what one can expect on Youtube, with good action and overarching story lines. It also sports a wide cast of talented actors. The series consists of the first season, featuring eight episodes, the second season, featuring eleven episodes, the third season, featuring ten episodes, and is currently in its fourth season. Chad also has a six-episode series of educational videos for improving your mastery of the grocery store clerk calling.



* AscendedFanboy: Chad Vader himself got to voice the actual Darth Vader in ''VideoGame/{{SoulCalibur}} IV''. He would go on to play the role in EmpireAtWar, ''VideoGame/TheForceUnleashed'' and its sequel.

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* AscendedFanboy: Chad Vader himself got to voice the actual Darth Vader in ''VideoGame/{{SoulCalibur}} IV''. He would go on to play the role in EmpireAtWar, ''VideoGame/TheForceUnleashed'' ''VideoGame/TheForceUnleashed'', its sequel, and its sequel.''VideoGame/DisneyInfinity 3.0''.


* LoveTriangle: Between Chad, [[strike:Marisa]] Clarissa, and Clint in Season 1.

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* LoveTriangle: Between Chad, [[strike:Marisa]] Clarissa, and Clint in Season 1.


* AscendedFanboy: Chad Vader himself got to voice the actual Darth Vader in ''{{Soulcalibur}} IV''. He would go on to play the role in EmpireAtWar, ''VideoGame/TheForceUnleashed'' and its sequel.

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* AscendedFanboy: Chad Vader himself got to voice the actual Darth Vader in ''{{Soulcalibur}} ''VideoGame/{{SoulCalibur}} IV''. He would go on to play the role in EmpireAtWar, ''VideoGame/TheForceUnleashed'' and its sequel.

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