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* CrossOver: Creator/JewWario from ThatGuyWithTheGlasses makes a brief appearance in SE 2 EP 2 and again in ''Training - NEC Turbo Booster and [=CoreGrafx=].''

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* CrossOver: Creator/JewWario from ThatGuyWithTheGlasses Website/ThatGuyWithTheGlasses makes a brief appearance in SE 2 EP 2 and again in ''Training - NEC Turbo Booster and [=CoreGrafx=].''


* CrossOver: JewWario from ThatGuyWithTheGlasses makes a brief appearance in SE 2 EP 2 and again in ''Training - NEC Turbo Booster and [=CoreGrafx=].''

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* CrossOver: JewWario Creator/JewWario from ThatGuyWithTheGlasses makes a brief appearance in SE 2 EP 2 and again in ''Training - NEC Turbo Booster and [=CoreGrafx=].''


* AnimateInanimateObject: There are two talking Japanese-speaking Famicoms (one labelled "Famicom Family" and the other "Family Computer"), a talking NES, and (in season 2) a talking NES 2. In a similar vein, the [=SG-1000=] line, the SegaMasterSystem, and the three Sharp Twin Famicoms.

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* AnimateInanimateObject: There are two talking Japanese-speaking Famicoms (one labelled "Famicom Family" and the other "Family Computer"), a talking NES, and (in season 2) a talking NES 2. In a similar vein, the [=SG-1000=] line, the SegaMasterSystem, UsefulNotes/SegaMasterSystem, and the three Sharp Twin Famicoms.


* [[AnimateInanimateObject Animate Inanimate Objects]]: There are two talking Japanese-speaking Famicoms (one labelled "Famicom Family" and the other "Family Computer"), a talking NES, and (in season 2) a talking NES 2. In a similar vein, the [=SG-1000=] line, the SegaMasterSystem, and the three Sharp Twin Famicoms.
* GrumpyOldMan: Grandpappy.

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* [[AnimateInanimateObject Animate Inanimate Objects]]: AnimateInanimateObject: There are two talking Japanese-speaking Famicoms (one labelled "Famicom Family" and the other "Family Computer"), a talking NES, and (in season 2) a talking NES 2. In a similar vein, the [=SG-1000=] line, the SegaMasterSystem, and the three Sharp Twin Famicoms.
* GrumpyOldMan: Grandpappy.
Famicoms.



* GratuitousNinja: Season 2 opens with Sean fighting ninjas.
* GrumpyOldMan: Grandpappy.



* InstantAwesomeJustAddNinja: Season 2 opens with Sean fighting ninjas.


* ShoutOut: The Season 2 Special "Sega Family Tree" is one big homage to HowIMetYourMother, complete with doo-wop version of the show's theme.

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* ShoutOut: The Season 2 Special "Sega Family Tree" is one big homage to HowIMetYourMother, ''Series/HowIMetYourMother'', complete with doo-wop version of the show's theme.


* ActingForTwo: Vinnk plays The Angry PC Engine Nerd while also playing himself in SE 2 EP 2.


[[caption-width-right:328:"Famicom Dojo, Shikai!"]]

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[[caption-width-right:328:"Famicom Dojo, Shikai!"]]
Jikai!"]]



Famicom Dojo is a webseries by That's Orange, LLC with association with 4 Color Rebellion and published by POWET.TV. The show is hosted by Sean "[=TheOrange=]" Corse from POWET.TV and Kevin "Vinnk" Tambornino from 4 Color Rebellion.

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Famicom Dojo is a webseries by That's Orange, LLC with in association with 4 Color Rebellion and published by POWET.TV. The show is hosted by Sean "[=TheOrange=]" Corse from POWET.TV and Kevin "Vinnk" Tambornino from 4 Color Rebellion.



There are two subseries: Famicom Denshimail[[note]]Formally a segment called The Dojo Mailbag[[/note]] (where viewers ask questions about classic gaming and Sean and Vinnk answer them), and Training Exercises (They talk about things that don't have enough material to warrant their own episodes). There is also a [[https://itunes.apple.com/podcast/famicom-dojo-video-game-podcast/id282442598?mt=2 weekly podcast on iTunes.]]

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There are two subseries: Famicom Denshimail[[note]]Formally Denshimail[[note]]formerly a segment called The Dojo Mailbag[[/note]] (where viewers ask questions about classic gaming and Sean and Vinnk answer them), and Training Exercises (They talk about things that don't have enough material to warrant their own episodes). There is also a [[https://itunes.apple.com/podcast/famicom-dojo-video-game-podcast/id282442598?mt=2 com/podcast/famicom-dojo-video-game-podcast/id282442598 weekly podcast on iTunes.]]



* [[AnimateInanimateObject Animate Inanimate Objects]]: Theres two talking Japanese-speaking Famicom (one labelled "Famicom Family" and the other "Family Computer"), a talking NES, and (in season 2) a talking NES 2. In a similar vein, the [=SG-1000=] line, the SegaMasterSystem, and the three Sharp Twin Famicoms.

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* [[AnimateInanimateObject Animate Inanimate Objects]]: Theres There are two talking Japanese-speaking Famicom Famicoms (one labelled "Famicom Family" and the other "Family Computer"), a talking NES, and (in season 2) a talking NES 2. In a similar vein, the [=SG-1000=] line, the SegaMasterSystem, and the three Sharp Twin Famicoms.



* HypocriticalHumor: When The Angry PC Engine Nerd says that turning on the PC Engine exposes orange paint behind the switch, Sean ask who says that. [[CallBack He said the same phrase on the first episode of SE 1 EP 1.]]

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* HypocriticalHumor: When The Angry PC Engine Nerd says that turning on the PC Engine exposes orange paint behind the switch, Sean ask asks who says that. [[CallBack He said the same phrase on in the first episode of SE 1 EP 1.]]



* LettersToTheEditor: Currently Famicom Denshimail and formally The Dojo Mailbag.
* LoadsAndLoadsOfLoading: An In-Universe example in SE 1 EP 2. Zelda II takes so time to load it give Sean enough time to go to the bathroom and play Elite Beat Agents.

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* LettersToTheEditor: Currently Famicom Denshimail and formally formerly The Dojo Mailbag.
* LoadsAndLoadsOfLoading: An In-Universe example in SE 1 EP 2. 2: Zelda II takes so time long to load it give gives Sean enough time to go to the bathroom and play Elite Beat Agents.


* AffectionateParody: The Angry PC Engine Nerd to The WebVideo/AngryVideoGameNerd.

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* AffectionateParody: The ''The Angry PC Engine Nerd Nerd'' to The WebVideo/AngryVideoGameNerd.''WebVideo/TheAngryVideoGameNerd''.


* ShoutOut: The Season 2 Special "Sega Family Tree" is one big homage to HowIMetYourMother, complete with doo-wop version of the show's theme.

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* ShoutOut: The Season 2 Special "Sega Family Tree" is one big homage to HowIMetYourMother, complete with doo-wop version of the show's theme.theme.
* WritingAroundTrademarks: As stated above, Famicom Denshimail was called The Dojo Mailbag before Sean discovered that someone else was using the name.


There are two subseries: Famicom Denshimail[[note]]Formally a segment called The Dojo Mailbag[[/note]] (where viewers ask questions about classic gaming and Sean and Vinnk answer them), and Training Exercises (They talk about things that don't have enough material to warrant their own episodes).

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There are two subseries: Famicom Denshimail[[note]]Formally a segment called The Dojo Mailbag[[/note]] (where viewers ask questions about classic gaming and Sean and Vinnk answer them), and Training Exercises (They talk about things that don't have enough material to warrant their own episodes).
episodes). There is also a [[https://itunes.apple.com/podcast/famicom-dojo-video-game-podcast/id282442598?mt=2 weekly podcast on iTunes.]]

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** [[https://www.youtube.com/user/PhilBond/videos Phil Bond]] guest stars in the ''Retro 3D Special''.


* ShoutOut: Season 2, episode 0 "Sega Family Tree" is one big homage to HowIMetYourMother, complete with doo-wop version of the show's theme.

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* ShoutOut: The Season 2, episode 0 2 Special "Sega Family Tree" is one big homage to HowIMetYourMother, complete with doo-wop version of the show's theme.


* ShoutOut: Season 2, episode 0 is one big homage to HowIMetYourMother, complete with doo-wop version of the show's theme.

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* ShoutOut: Season 2, episode 0 "Sega Family Tree" is one big homage to HowIMetYourMother, complete with doo-wop version of the show's theme.


* NeverTrustATrailer: the "next time" segments at the end of each episode often don't have anything to do with what the next episode is about.

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* NeverTrustATrailer: the "next time" segments at the end of each episode often don't have anything to do with what the next episode is about.about.
* ShoutOut: Season 2, episode 0 is one big homage to HowIMetYourMother, complete with doo-wop version of the show's theme.


* CrossOver: JewWario from ThatGuyWithTheGlasses makes a brief appearance in SE 2 EP 2.

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* CrossOver: JewWario from ThatGuyWithTheGlasses makes a brief appearance in SE 2 EP 2.2 and again in ''Training - NEC Turbo Booster and [=CoreGrafx=].''

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