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* SugarWiki/AwesomeMusic[=/=]EarWorm: SugarWiki/AwesomeMusic:


* BrokenBase: The show itself remains one of Nick's more divisive series. It's either one of their most most elaborate shows... ''or'' it was virtually the most expensive show for Nick and particularly caused Polly Draper's career to die ('''literally''' in the show), as well as coming off more as a show for her kids to be in.
** The latter mainly involving Nat and Alex isn't bad, as the two have shown to be rather talented musicians.


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* BrokenBase: The show itself remains one of Nick's more divisive series. It's either one of their most most elaborate shows... ''or'' it was virtually the most expensive show for Nick and particularly caused Polly Draper's career to die ('''literally''' in the show), as well as coming off more as a show for her kids to be in.
** The latter mainly involving Nat and Alex isn't bad, as the two have shown to be rather talented musicians.


* BrokenBase: The show itself remains one of Nick's more divisive series. It's either one of their most most elaborate shows... ''or'' it was virtually the most expensive show for Nick and particularly caused Polly Draper's career to die ('''literally''' in the show), as well as coming off more as a show for her kids to be in.
** The latter mainly involving Nat and Alex isn't bad, as the two have shown to be rather talented musicians.



** [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?NR=1&v=j2RhJE4gtoI&feature=fvwp The theme song.]]

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** [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?NR=1&v=j2RhJE4gtoI&feature=fvwp The theme song.song, "If That's Not Love".]]



* LoveItOrHateIt: It is either one of the most elaborate shows done by Nick... ''or'' it was virtually the most expensive show for Nick and particularly caused Polly Draper's career to die ('''literally''' in the show), as well as coming off more as a show for her kids to be in.
** The latter mainly involving Nat and Alex isn't bad, as the two have shown to be rather talented musicians.


* CanonSue: Of the MartyStu variety. The boys' mom in real life is usually the writer for most of the episodes. Nat and Alex get the most screen time compared to their friends, who are more like FacelessMasses than anything resembling characters. Also, the apparent fame and success of the characters gets shoved in our faces. Coincidence? I think not.
* CrowningMusicOfAwesome [=/=] EarWorm:
** [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?NR=1&v=j2RhJE4gtoI&feature=fvwp The theme song]].
** [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kACQL5nWw7M Crazy Car]].
** [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Tdo_IiZZqcY Taxi Cab]].

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* CanonSue: Of the MartyStu variety. The boys' mom in real life is usually the writer for most of the episodes. Nat and Alex get the most screen time compared to their friends, who are more like FacelessMasses than anything resembling characters. Also, the apparent fame and success of the characters gets shoved in our faces. Coincidence? I think not.
* CrowningMusicOfAwesome [=/=] EarWorm:
SugarWiki/AwesomeMusic[=/=]EarWorm:
** [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?NR=1&v=j2RhJE4gtoI&feature=fvwp The theme song]].
song.]]
** [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kACQL5nWw7M Crazy Car]].
Car.]]
** [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Tdo_IiZZqcY Taxi Cab]].Cab.]]



* LoveItOrHateIt: It is either one of the most elavorate shows done by Nick... ''or'' it was virtually the most expensive show for Nick and particularly caused Polly Draper's career to die ('''literally''' in the show), as well as coming off more as a show for her kids to be in.

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* LoveItOrHateIt: It is either one of the most elavorate elaborate shows done by Nick... ''or'' it was virtually the most expensive show for Nick and particularly caused Polly Draper's career to die ('''literally''' in the show), as well as coming off more as a show for her kids to be in.


* LoveItOrHateIt: It is either one of the most elavorate shows done by Nick... ''or'' it was virtually the most expensive show for Nick and particularly caused Polly Draper's career to die ( '''literally''' in the show), as well as coming off more as a show for her kids to be in.

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* LoveItOrHateIt: It is either one of the most elavorate shows done by Nick... ''or'' it was virtually the most expensive show for Nick and particularly caused Polly Draper's career to die ( '''literally''' ('''literally''' in the show), as well as coming off more as a show for her kids to be in.

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* CultClassic


* RomanceOnTheSet: Nat and MirandaCosgrove. Which is kinda icky as she's two years older than Nat and he was very young when the show started.

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* RomanceOnTheSet: Nat and MirandaCosgrove.Creator/MirandaCosgrove. Which is kinda icky as she's two years older than Nat and he was very young when the show started.



* {{Wangst}}: Sometimes the two brothers will blow things ''way'' out of proportion to its actual importance.

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* {{Wangst}}: Sometimes the two brothers will blow things ''way'' out of proportion to its actual importance.

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* LoveItOrHateIt: It is either one of the most elavorate shows done by Nick... ''or'' it was virtually the most expensive show for Nick and particularly caused Polly Draper's career to die ( '''literally''' in the show), as well as coming off more as a show for her kids to be in.
** The latter mainly involving Nat and Alex isn't bad, as the two have shown to be rather talented musicians.


* CrowningMusicOfAwesome:

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* CrowningMusicOfAwesome: CrowningMusicOfAwesome [=/=] EarWorm:


* CanonSue - Of the MartyStu variety. The boys' mom in real life is usually the writer for most of the episodes. Nat and Alex get the most screen time compared to their friends, who are more like FacelessMasses than anything resembling characters. Also, the apparent fame and success of the characters gets shoved in our faces. Coincidence? I think not.
* {{Narm}} - Seeing kids angst about how they can't get the girl of their dreams ''when they haven't even reached their teens'' does this. The fact that said girl of their dreams is a few years older doesn't help matters.

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* CanonSue - CanonSue: Of the MartyStu variety. The boys' mom in real life is usually the writer for most of the episodes. Nat and Alex get the most screen time compared to their friends, who are more like FacelessMasses than anything resembling characters. Also, the apparent fame and success of the characters gets shoved in our faces. Coincidence? I think not.
* {{Narm}} - CrowningMusicOfAwesome:
** [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?NR=1&v=j2RhJE4gtoI&feature=fvwp The theme song]].
** [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kACQL5nWw7M Crazy Car]].
** [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Tdo_IiZZqcY Taxi Cab]].
* {{Narm}}:
Seeing kids angst about how they can't get the girl of their dreams ''when they haven't even reached their teens'' does this. The fact that said girl of their dreams is a few years older doesn't help matters.



* {{Wangst}} - Sometimes the two brothers will blow things ''way'' out of proportion to its actual importance.

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* {{Wangst}} - {{Wangst}}: Sometimes the two brothers will blow things ''way'' out of proportion to its actual importance.


* FanDumb - A lot of the haters are like this. But like it was said earlier, it's not without reason, although, the show's may be getting better by some people's standards.


* RomanceOnTheSet: Nat and MirandaCosgrove. Which is kinda icky as she's two years older than Nat and he was very young when the show started.



* TooGoodToLast


* YourMileageMayVary - The show does have its fans, most of whom find it genuinely funny.

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* TooGoodToLast


* FanDumb - A lot of the haters are like this. But like we said earlier, it's not without reason, although, the show's may be getting better by some people's standards.

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* FanDumb - A lot of the haters are like this. But like we it was said earlier, it's not without reason, although, the show's may be getting better by some people's standards.

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