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Episode One: Pilot

Tropers: The Series is introduced as a syndicated television sitcom created and written by TropesForever.

A widely ranging number of Tropers, for now confined to TropesForever, Revaryk, Taco Badger, and Tales of Under, are introduced as roommates in a somewhat dingy apartment in a city later identified as ‘Tropesberg’ (or 'Tropesburg').

Revaryk introduces her replica Master Sword, and Tales spills Spider Cider on Tropes. Taco reminds everyone that their landlord, Mr. Benedetto, is going to be coming to the apartment for dinner that night, and as such, the Tropers attempt to spruce up the apartment.

Tales brings up the possibility of kicking him out of the window, which he has done before. DrNoPuma returns from work, and Random Writer 413 emerges from the depths of the couch. Random and Taco both exemplify that cleaning the apartment will be a near impossible task.

Tales, however, has kicked the landlord out of the window again, as well as attaching a Gaster Blaster atop the apartment to scare off the police. In response, Taco knocks Tales unconscious with Random’s crowbar and kicks him out of the apartment.

The Tropers decide to go out to buy fireworks, while Tales breaks back into the apartment with a rocket launcher, only to again be knocked unconscious by Gangrenous F, a friend of Taco’s.

Tales then runs off, joining his fellow Tropers, while haphazardly blowing up dummies. Cyber Controller comes to the apartment from a day of work as a clown, and Puma notes that he too is a Birthday clown.Thegeniusyoshi soon stumbles into the apartment as well.

At the fireworks store, Taco steals Tales’ rocket launcher, and the gang buys several fireworks, before returning to the apartment. While there, Tropes and Puma realize the landlord will soon come. The landlord shows up to the apartment, however the Tropers don’t realize at first, and Taco dusts him.

Benedetto, furious, declares that the Tropers must leave the apartment in a week. Benedetto forces Taco to light his cigar, however, this ends up in Taco dropping the lit cigar onto the pile of recently bought fireworks. Rev and Tales try to dissuade Benedetto through violence, only for Rev to find her replica sword was cheap plastic, and for the landlord to be prepared enough for Tales’ attack to reverse it on him. He is only undone by his own incompetence, as he fails to notice the lit fireworks beneath him, and they eventually set off, dragging him along as they shoot out of the apartment, and explode upon a billboard, leaving a bloody mess in its place.note 

Taco remains insistent on keeping Tales out, and chianticat10 walks in, noting that he was recently dumped. The ever present Canned Laughter machine is shot by Tales, and the Tropers sit down for dinner.

Moral: Fireworks solve everything/Landlords are bad

Cast of tropers:

Episode Two: Tales’ Real Father

Puma, Tropes, Tales, and Cyber are eating leftover cake and discussing the death of the landlord from the prior episode. Yoshi runs into the apartment, and points out a billboard that simply states “People Sit On Chairs”. ZeroL decides to subvert the billboard by sitting on the ground, while Yoshi proposes destroying it with fireworks. The Tropers’ aggression toward the statement is never fully explained.

Taco then enters, and notes that the Tropers have all run a DNA test with the landlord in an attempt to inherit the apartment building for themselves. Zero notes that the episode is titled “Tales’ Real Father”, and assumes that Benedetto is Tales’ Father. When Yoshi continually points out the billboard, Zero destroys it and makes it into a chair.

When Taco receives the letters containing the DNA results, and says that no one is the landlord’s son, but one of the Tropers is Tales’ dad. Yoshi puts some of the landlord’s genes into an amoeba, while Zero destroys the billboard again, this time making a couch. Taco starts to imply that Zero is Tales’ Father, however before Taco can outright say it, Zero guesses that he’s the dad. In frustration with Zero’s attempted anticlimax, Taco destroys the test results. Soon, fdiaperhead, arcada188, Enirboreh, and Sarysa all enter the apartment, while Random crashes his car into the side of it, having bought a vacuum.

Sarysa shows off an invention she found from Steve Urkel’s house, the Evolutionary Accelerator. Sarysa fires it at Yoshi’s petri dish, and the amoeba becomes a plant, and thus, with a plant with the genes of their landlord, they may inherit the apartment.

Fdiap suggests firing the Accelerator at the crickets which have been responding to the recent jokes in place of the shot Canned Laughter machine. Sarysa does so, and one Cricket grows three feet tall, spouting eldritch tongue. However, the Cricket eventually starts speaking English, and turns out to be relatively harmless and pleasant. Taco then fires the Accelerator at Zero, turning him into an abomination, before Tales reverses Zero back, and destroys the invention.

Random notes that Tales’ dad is probably Puma, who arrives from his work at Fazbear Corp. The mystery of Tales’ Father isn’t resolved, as the episode cuts.

Moral: It’s wrong to tamper with Mother Nature. note /It doesn’t matter who you come from, it’s what you do that defines you.

Cast of tropers:

Episode Three: People Sit On Chairs

Taco notes that the government is outlawing Chairs, which Zero has no problem with. Sarysa, however, points out that couches and sofas are on the chopping block as well. Taco also mentions that the government is stacking chairs up and setting them on fire, and that the smoke from the piles may enter the apartment through the hole that the fireworks made in the wall.

Tales tries unsuccessfully to fire Yoshi for starting a new episode, leading Yoshi to quote Random, who himself mistook the mystery of Tales’ Father for the mystery of Tropes’ Father, which leads to a momentary mass misunderstanding. Taco interrupts, clearing up that in fact Zero wasn’t Tales’ Father, but instead he was trying to say Zero was carrying several genetic diseases. Having forgotten who Tales’ dad is, Taco proposes the group produce samples of themselves and shoot the Evolutionary Accelerator at the samples, and see whose sample looks like Tales. However, Tropes, in an attempt to not take part in the experiment, leaves for the aquarium, and eventually the fellow Tropers decide to tag along.

At the aquarium, they theorize that Tales’ dad worked at a chair company, and that his faulty chairs made the city council ban chairs, leading to the moral.

Moral: Not all events are connected./Accept life at face value.

Cast of tropers:

  • Thegeniusyoshi
  • Taco Badger
  • ZeroL
  • Random Writer 413
  • sarysa
  • chianticat10
  • Tales of Under
  • TropesForever

Episode Four: War of the Nerds

Taco approaches the Cricket, name revealed to be Sam, whose been staying in the apartment, and has him sign the lease, while Sarysa propositions Taco to do pixel art for her. Tales brings up that somebody called Undertale the worst game ever, and Yoshi says not to worry about it, when suddenly Beverly kicks the apartment door down, crushing Tales with it, declaring she’s four episodes late.

When Tropes delivers a humorous line, it’s revealed that the Canned Laughter machine is back from the dead, to the chagrin of Tales.

Zero proposes an invention contest, for which he decides to make a death ray. Sarysa, also showing interest, pursues inventing a molecular scrambler.

Tales, upon investigating the Canned Laughter machine, realizes that ThatBirdGuy, the Internet commenter who called Undertale the worst, also brought the Canned Laughter machine back to life, and concludes that he is pursuing war with the Tropers.

Yoshi, due to owning the landlord, decides to expand the apartment. Tales, however, informs them that an army of nerd soldiers are storming the apartment, preparing to kill the Tropers. Zero and Sarysa, unaffected by the news, upscale their contest, to atomic and subatomic scramblers. The soldiers can’t be ignored for long, however, as one soldier unloads on a statue of Bill Gates, and all Bev wants to know is why the landlord is a plant.

Sarysa and Zero, having finished their scramblers, fire them upon the nerd army, while Tales goes toe to toe with the nerds, armed with a sword. Taco resurfaces, showing his clear displeasure at the additions to the apartment, declaring they must go back to the way it was to appease the Status Quo, and starts destroying the apartment. Due to a mix-up with Sam the Cricket and Russia, Sarysa accidentally turns the couch into a supermodel with Putin’s head.

Taco attempts to get his fellow Tropers back to impoverishment, despite their ability to remain wealthy. Taco eventually reveals his fear that because they live in a sitcom, the Status Quo itself will lash out on the Tropers, and take their riches away in a far worse fashion than if they destroyed the riches themselves. Sarysa argues that Family Matters changed through out the years, but eventually is convinced to change the apartment back, and accidentally turns the couch into an old woman.

Moral: Audiences are better at using technology than sitcom characters.

Cast of tropers:

  • Tales of Under
  • Sarysa
  • Taco Badger
  • ZeroL
  • Thegeniusyoshi
  • BaconZorp
  • TropesForever

Episode Five: The Tropers Rob a Bank.

Beverly bursts though the door with a ski mask, happily announcing that it is International Skiing Day. However, Taco reluctantly reports that the Tropers haven’t made the funds to afford a trip to the Skiing Mountain.

Sarysa, however, informs them that Skiing Day is the upcoming Saturday, and that today, the Tropers were going to rob a bank to earn the funds for the trip. Tropes, getting tripped up on subtext, believes they are going on a picnic. The picnic and heist plans eventually conflict, until Sarysa compromises on going to the picnic first.

Sarysa brings out Guns, which she traded the Subatomic Reconstitutor from the previous episode in for, while Sam prepares to play hacker, and Taco volunteers as getaway driver.

Actual Beatrice, Zack, Random, and Puma enter, and Sarysa pressures them into taking part. However, Puma shows reluctance to the plan, and only agrees to participate if no one is harmed. Tales soon comes in, and notes the absurdity of Taco and Sarysa wanting to rob a bank after willingly giving up their riches last episode. However, he soon takes up a role as the demolitions expert.

Just as everyone is preparing to rob the bank, Yoshi rushes in, telling the Tropers that he just bought a mansion, amusement park, and water park. Random temporarily accidentally destroys it by crashing a jet into it, only for it to rebuild itself.

Taco snaps on Yoshi, claiming that they won’t be able to afford this, while Yoshi says that he bought it due to his conveniently incredibly well-paying job at T.R.O.P.E., a spy agencynote  However, the news turns on, revealing T.R.O.P.E has filed for bankruptcy.

Yoshi destroys a piece of paper with “Status Quo” written on it, and decides to not take part in the robbery. Yoshi tries to persuade Puma to join him in going to an amusement park. Taco and Yoshi attempt to one-up each other in convincing Puma to come along, but Puma decides to join the robbery when he finds out he’s working a birthday party near the bank. Bev backs out at the last second, and soon the episode transitions to the bank.

Taco, Sarysa, Tropes, Random, and Sam the Cricket are waiting outside the bank. Bev decides to make tea for the robbers, while Tales shows his clear lack of support for the Status Quo. Sarysa robs the bank mostly by herself, while Random leaves the heist for the nearby Starbucks, and calls the police on the other Tropers.

Puma and Tropes, who’d been attending the birthday party, realize the robbery will soon end, and chase after the getaway minibus. Sarysa hops into the vehicle, and Taco is able to make a flashy getaway, saving Sarysa and himself, while Sam the Cricket hacks a self-driving car to save Puma and Tropes. They make just enough money to cover two weeks rent.

Moral: Never ever rob banks. Ever.

Cast of tropers:

Episode Six: The Tropers go to an amusement park

Tales informs the Tropers that he got a ticket to Disneylandfill, only for Yoshi to inform them that it’s closed, so instead they plan to go to Disneyworldfill, which, as it turns out, is where Tales’ ticket is for anyway. Yoshi, however, cleans the dust off Tales’ ticket to reveal it’s actually for Funland.

Zero comes in with a robot assistant named Buddy, and the duo reveal they’ve made a hover car to travel to the theme park to. Bev makes tea for everybody, as last episode’s batch got cold, before receiving a call from Taco, who reveals he went to Funland early, and got stuck on the Ferris Wheel. Zero drives the hover car over to save him, leaving the others behind.

In an absurd scene, involving a tree, an elevator, and cocoon forming ooze, Penroses emerges. He joins the others in Sarysa’s Flying Tesla, which heads to Disneyworldfill, as opposed to Funland.

Taco, who is saved by Zero, ends the episode too early.

Moral: Always visit the more successful brand.

Cast of tropers:

  • Thegeniusyoshi
  • Tales of Under
  • DrNoPuma
  • Bacon Zorp
  • TropesForever
  • ZeroL
  • sarysa
  • Taco Badger
  • Penroses
  • Zackontheattack

Episode Eight: The Royal Wedding Part 2note 

Taco comes in clearly messy from some unseen event, blaming Yoshi for it. However, everyone else notes the last episode was way too short, but Taco shrugs it off, noting that the show is so cheap and hackneyed that they didn’t even have a Part One for this episode. This leads to Zero and Tropes accidentally ending this episode too quickly when they accidentally read and agree to a moral.

Moral: You don’t always need to learn something.

Cast of tropers:

  • Taco Badger
  • ZeroL
  • sarysa
  • TropesForever

Episode Nine: We’re Sorry Episode 8 Was So Short

Bev and Zero show confusion in what this episode is about, when Buddy comes out with a sword made of duct tape, demanding Zero make him a likable character. Buddy chases Zero, only for Zero to get the drop on him with a fire extinguisher and a radio, and Taco knocks him out

Tropes comes forward with fan mail, but starts reading two negative letters first. Tropes and Bev start scouring the mailbag for positive fanmail, and they eventually find a list of ships, which amongst others, list Sam the Cricket x Taco, Gangrenous F x Bev, and Landlord Plant x Tropes. Taco approves of his pairing, while Bev is bewildered slightly by her’s.

F appears when Zero starts to list off good NPCs, and Bev decides to try out the ship by attempting to court him. Things get awkward when F almost leaves, but the duo start to connect slightly.

When F leaves, offering Bev a free latte, Tropes offhandedly mentions that they’re about to Smash Cut to F and Bev’s wedding. Bev gets anxious about the idea, and soon the Cut happens, with Sam the Cricket as presiding minister, and Bev in a bridal gown.

Bev starts freaking out, as she isn’t ready for this level of commitment, only for Tropes to state that they are actually at his wedding-themed birthday party, and F soon arrives in a bridal gown. note 

Tropes and Bev have a heart-to-heart, as Tropes reassures her that the wedding is fake, and offers her a present related to JoJo's Bizarre Adventure. Bev tells Tropes that she does have feelings for F, but not to that level. Meanwhile, Zack binges on Wedding/Birthday cake.

Moral: Always pay for your groceries/Never read fanmail.

Cast of tropers:

  • TropesForever
  • Bacon Zorp
  • ZeroL
  • Taco Badger
  • Zackontheattack

Episode Ten: The Gang Starts a Cult

Penroses muses that he should become a villain after mostly missing out on nine episodes, when Buddy exits the closet he escaped to last episode, deciding that he will copy Zero’s personality.

Several Tropers show confusion about the nature of last episode’s party, though Taco and Bev assure them that it was a Wedding-themed-birthday-party. Tales tries to go back, as he believes last episode had no moral, when in fact there were two.

Sarysa and Sam the Cricket proceed to begin start a cult, when Zack decides to put forward a moral to appease Tales, and Sary soon follows suit. Sarysa’s cult YouTube video goes online, and receives mostly dislikes. However, Bev believes the 258 likes to be dedicated members.

Zack and Sary’s morals accidentally trigger a change in Episode, making this a two-parter.

Moral: Eat sugar, kids, lots of it/Weddings are a corporate fabrication so you can be Hallmark and De Beers’ bitch.

Cast of tropers:

  • Bacon Zorp
  • Penroses
  • Zackontheattack
  • ZeroL
  • sarysa
  • Taco Badger
  • Tales of Under

Episode Eleven: The Cult Wars

Continuing from the last episode, Sarysa and Sam’s cult continues to grow, accepting the title of Beanstalk Church. The cult soon receives a huge amount of donations from followers.

While the Tropers question their target audience, Penroses sneaks up on them with a gun he had made the episode prior. He reveals his evil plan by shooting the Landlord Plant, only for Yoshi to re-pot it.

Zero enters, along with a robotic copy of Zero and Buddy. When the Zeros introduce each other, they soon realize they haven’t kept track of who’s who.

Penroses, upset at Yoshi for making his revenge moot, starts wildly firing around the apartment, hitting a Zero, revealing them to be a robot. Penroses is stopped by Yoshi, who clogs his gun with a watering can, and the Robot Zero, who uses his laser eyes to cut off Pen’s arm. As Pen begins to bleed to death, Robot Zero, now named Lil’ Pete, sends Zero to the roof to avoid further harm.

Buddy patches up Pen’s arm, only for Penroses’ drunken and abusive father to appear and apparently blow up Puma with a beer bomb. The father, named Drunk Abusive Father, claims he didn’t mean to do it, and implies that Tales controlled him to do so.

Taco pokes out from a hiding place under the radiator, and reveals that it was actually his Puma blow-up doll filled with sheep organs that was blown up, not Puma himself. Tales claims that his carbon scanner proves the organs are Puma’s, only for Drunk Abusive Father and Penroses to reveal themselves to be blow-up dolls. Tales, having lost track, ends the episode.

Moral: Things aren’t always what they seem.

Cast of tropers:

  • Taco Badger
  • ZeroL
  • sarysa
  • Zackontheattack
  • TropesForever
  • DrNoPuma
  • Tales of Under
  • Penroses
  • Thegeniusyoshi
  • Bacon Zorp

Episode Twelve: Rage Against the Status Quo

Tropes gripes that the episodes are flying by too fast, when Tales decides that they must destroy the Status Quo, only for Penroses to accidentally learn a moral.

Moral: We need to destroy the Status Quo

Episode Thirteen: No Stop It Go Back To The Last Episode

Penroses, hoping to go back to the last episode, triggers a flashback, of Tropes being confused. In the flashback, Tales triggers a flashback, in which they didn’t learn to destroy the Status Quo, thus undoing the episode change.

Episode Twelve: Rage Against the Status Quo

Penroses tries to think about the layers of flashbacks in the last episode, resulting in the explosion of his head. Tales, however, sets that aside to focus on a convoluted plan of breaking into the Status Quo’s lair, involving drinking a potion and turning into Mettaton EX to get past the Ant Hill Mob.

Taco soon enters, and tries to convince Tales not to go through with the plan. Tales, however, drinks the potion, and just when it’s seems to not work, Urkel knocks Tales out with chloroform, which makes the potion do the trick, turning Tales into Mettaton EX.

Headless blow-up doll Penroses realizes that if Urkel is present, than so must Stevil, Urkel’s evil dummy counterpart. Stevil appears, only to be crushed under the partly destroyed statue of Bill Gates. When Tales, Zack, Penroses, and Urkel leave to murder the Status Quo, Stevil secretly arises from under the statue.

When facing the Mob, Zack suggests prancing them by nuking Hot Pockets, Penroses brings an actual miniature nuke. Urkel chastises Penroses for not sticking to the plan, and slaps the nuke in his hand, disintegrating Penroses’ body in the explosion. Zack collects Penroses’ ashes into an urn, which Penroses possesses, becoming Pen the urn, or Urnroses.

A Dirk Strider robot built by Zero and Taco soon arrive at the Status Quo’s lair. The robot, named DirkLBot is there to get past the Ant Hill Mob, while Taco continues to try to dissuade the Tropers, by claiming that the removal of the Status Quo is the removal of Tropers The Series itself, which Tales continues to disagree with.

Random and Bev soon arrive, with Random taking Taco’s side, and Bev believing they can defeat the Status Quo by simply keeping continuity. Tales continues to stress that they must kill the Status Quo, and soon enough he kills the Ant Hill Mob, and drags everybody into the next area of the Status Quo’s lair.

The now massive Beanstalk Church awaiting outside, Sarysa attempts to get Tales to abandon the Status Quo to do the Cult Wars. Tales remains persistent, and soon the Tropers are faced with a group of fictional characters. Bev and Sarysa try to make friends with the enemies, but their effects fail, while Yoshi murders one of them. Random attempts to end the episode with a moral, and the Status Quo himself appears and ends the episode.

Moral: Let’s all just be ourselves, and not care about some silly crap!

Cast of tropers:note 

  • Tales of Under
  • TropesForever
  • Penroses
  • Zackontheattack
  • Taco Badger
  • ZeroL
  • sarysa
  • Random Writer 413
  • Bacon Zorp
  • Thegeniusyoshi

Episode Twelve: The Bottle Episodenote 

Yoshi rebuilds the circumstances of last episode, only for the Status Quo to send the Tropers back to the apartment. When Yoshi tries to rebuild it again, Bev urges him not to, Taco vomits from the warped reality, and Tropes’ brain becomes “confidiuinated”. Yoshi still attempts to destroy the Status Quo, while the others move on, discussing the possibilities for the Bottle Episode.

Bev and Sarysa remember earlier episodes, Tropes predicts an upcoming episode with huge budget, and Sarysa realizes she’s Taco’s long lost mother, though Taco remains unreceptive and dazed from the Reality Shock.

Suddenly, John Egbert, one of the fictional characters they had been fighting, retcons everything, and the Tropers return to their house, and reveal that the events have simply been a board game.

However, certain things remain the same, such as Penroses being an urn, and the invention of DirkLBot. The Status Quo reveals that he is indeed real, and secretly makes a spy out of DirkLBot.

The Tropers soon realize that they don’t know what the plot of this episode is, and start to chat again.

In a mysterious subplot set in the future, a character known simply as the “Awakened Paladin” wakes up in a generic room and exits into a generic city.

A few of the Tropers point out their confusion at the subplot, before Yoshi realizes that the government has enforced that every apartment must be filled with 10,000 bottles. Taco gets an idea for how to find the bottles, only for a smash cut to find the Tropers miniaturized inside a bottle.

Taco gains an odd fascination for the bottle, Tropes makes a logo, and while the group theorizes a way out, Zero points out they simply need a moral, so Tales makes one.

Moral: Bottles are bad.

Cast of tropers:

  • Taco Badger
  • Thegeniusyoshi
  • Bacon Zorp
  • TropesForever
  • sarysa
  • Tales of Under
  • Zackontheattack
  • ZeroL
  • Penroses

Episode Thirteen: The Unlucky Episode

Zero is building yet another robot, only for DirkLBot to enter, claiming that no good things will come of more robots. Dirk then proceeds to destroy the new robot, and punch Zero in the face.

In the future, the Paladin continues to venture through a generic world, and starts slaying monsters in a dungeon.

Meanwhile, in the present, two Lil' Petes consider how unfunny the subplot and post is.

Tropes and Tales both express confusion in the amount of subplots, and Buddy bans the subplots from re-entering the episode. Taco reveals himself as a haggard hermit still in the bottle, before Zero busts the bottle with a baseball bat.

Taco exits the smashed bottle and play Call of Cthulhu with Tales, however, he only performs the action of kicking someone in the nuts. Zero makes a Sanity Check in an attempt to understand the episode, only for an Eldritch NPC to be formed out of Zero's delusions, named Cthulhy. A sentient number 27 also enters before promptly exploding. The cast begins to put forward that no more NPCs be allowed, and Gangrenous F, the 'original NPC'note  enters, and begins opening fire on the new NPCs. Cthulhy, however, is able to take all the bullets and survive. F soon gives up, and leaves.

Zero makes a moral, and pressures Pen to come up with the title so that he can continue the Days in the Future subplot.

Moral: OCs are people too.

Cast of tropers:

  • Tales of Under
  • ZeroL
  • TropesForever
  • Taco Badger
  • Penroses
  • Zackontheattack

Episode Fourteen: The Return of Stevil

Taco asks Urnrose, the new name for Pen the urn, what happened with an Evil Resurrection Spell that he had placed on the Bill Gates statue. Urnrose puts together that not only would Stevil resurrect himself, but now the Bill Gates statue will come to life. He turns out to be correct, as the statue snatches Taco into the ventilation shafts, and Stevil soon reveals himself. Tales appears to try and solve the problem, only to soon also be snatched by the statue.

Puma awakens to see Stevil throw Urnrose out the window, which inspires Puma to return to sleep. Zero, hiding behind a couch, tries to receive tactical analysis from Lil' Pete, only to find he's on strike.

Meanwhile, the Paladin finds a rock.

Tropes pipes up, unaware who the Paladin and Lil' Pete even are. DirkLBot arrives to try and explain, and once he's finished, Tropes decides he should probably return to bed. Tales and Taco escape the spider, while Zero theorizes that the Status Quo might still live, only to realize that Stevil and the Bill Gates statue are the real issue for now. Bev and Zack awaken, and Taco catches everybody up on the current situation. Tales brings up Gangrenous F, and Bev reveals that they went on a date, though Gangrenous F didn't mention his real name.

Tales comes up with a convoluted Rube Goldberg way to melt Stevil with hydrochloric acid, and Taco tricks the Bill Gates statue into jumping out the window. Tropes is ready to wrap up, when a very angry suited executive enters, and demands the Tropers do exactly what he says.

Moral: Never disobey the executives

Cast of tropers:

  • Penroses
  • Taco Badger
  • Tales of Under
  • DrNoPuma
  • ZeroL
  • TropesForever
  • Zackontheattack
  • Bacon Zorp

Episode Fifteen: The Peril of Executive Meddling

Zack and Bev converse, and realize they are both Stand users, when Taco enters, saying that the Executive Producers have stipulated that the Tropers be 20% more radical. However, the Executive chastises Taco for bringing math up, as the target demographic hasn't even finished high school. In order to submit to the Executive's demands, Taco gives himself a crazy haircut, Urnrose drinks the melted remains of Stevil, and Zero's robots are unable to do anything that reflects well on them.

Tales and Yoshi, however, decide to try and attack the executive. Tales comes up with blowing the executives up and smoking their remains, but Yoshi reveals that he is very anti-smoking. Taco, trying to appeal to the Smoking Is Cool demographic, smokes a cigar, only to show a violent, blood-coughing reaction to it. Yoshi collects all the tobacco products, and burns them, only for Taco to point out this only produces second-hand smoke.

Yoshi starts to collect gas masks, only for the fumes to collect in the gas masks. The Executive, real name being Executive Meddling, realizes the target demographic is under seven, and demands that they make the show family friendly. Yoshi tries to kill Meddling by putting the fume filled gas mask on him, only for that to not work, as executives live off tobacco. Bev tries to convince Meddling to let her keep her Stand, while Taco tries to convince everyone they simply need to win an Emmy.

Yoshi, meanwhile, gives Tales the idea to 'landlord' Meddling. Tales does so, and pushes everybody out of the apartment before a convenient firework stache blows up the apartment, and Meddling. Zero suggests they run a DNA test to see if they can inherit the show, but Tropes explains that the show will probably go to other executives. Urnrose starts speaking, and Taco soon finds that some letters of his speech are eviler than others, and the evil letters spell out 'STEVIL IS HERE AND HE HAS COME TO TAKE OUR SOULS.'

The robots reveal they're still on strike, and the Status Quo most likely is influencing them to do so. Taco prepares to toss a rosary into Urnrose's mouth, when Tales ends the episode.

Moral: We learned how to landlord people

Cast of tropers:

  • TropesForever
  • Zackontheattack
  • Taco Badger
  • Bacon Zorp
  • Penroses
  • ZeroL
  • Tales of Under
  • Thegeniusyoshi
  • Blizzardeye Wonder

Episode Sixteen: We Go To The Aquarium

The Tropers start to head to Shipshape Aquarium and Blizzardeye Wonder makes a brief cameo.

Once they reach the aquarium, where Bev treats the fish as an enemy. This leads to Tales insulting Urnrose mostly for being an urn, which causes the audience to turn against Tales, until he shoots the Canned Laughter Machine again, robbing them of an audience. Zero makes an xkcd reference, and Tropes notes that the author may sue the Tropers. Taco then notes the lack of Gangrenous F and Cthulhynote  and the Tropers find out the duo have been arrested.

As this goes on, the subplot informs us of the Paladin slaying several goblins.

Meanwhile, as one of the Lil' Petes is taken over by Robot Zero, every robot has been taken over by the Status Quo, and lost free will.

Urnrose and Taco begin to chat, and Urnrose shares his disappointment in Tales' Urnism. Taco turns the Urnism into a joke moral, which the audience boisterously laughs at, hurting Urnrose's feelings.

Moral: You damn urns all look alike!

Cast of tropers:

  • Tales of Under
  • Zackontheattack
  • Blizzardeye Wonder
  • ZeroL
  • Penroses
  • Taco Badger
  • TropesForever
  • Bacon Zorp

Episode Seventeen: Urnrose Runs Away From Home

Urnrose runs from the Tropers, sobbing. Taco, claiming the show needs diversity, chases after the only urn cast member of the show. Zero suggests building a better robot body for Urnrose, though Dirk points out that this is till urnist.

In the subplot, the Paladin, wielding a holy sword, fights an Abyss Dragon and cuts its wings off with a beam of holiness.

Zero catches that his robots have been taken when one of them comments that urns are cooler than robots, which Zero would never say. Puma re-enters the fray, and Blizzardeye notifies the Tropers about a disease that erases people's memories of you. Zero prepares for the fight against his robots, while the Paladin fights an undead dragon, before coming across a red light. Zero fights off his robot self, and tries to plug in an antivirus program into him, only for Dirk to enter the fight, stopping him from doing so.

Meanwhile, Urnrose and Taco end up accidentally falling into the same sewer grate. Taco apologizes, and makes up to Urnrose by offering to write an ironic epitaph on his urn. However, before Taco can do so, Urnrose's spirit disappears from the urn, leaving Taco alone with the urn. Shocked and mortified by this, Taco exits the sewer, coddling the urn, mumbling to himself.

Penrose's ashes are transported to a maroon desert of the seventh dimension, where the sand has a mind of its own, and is, in fact, this dimension's Penrose. Totally Not An Alien makes his first appearance, and is handed his check for working on the show. He reveals he has the power to summon bird-men, Zack reveals he has the power of Hammer Space, and Bev reveals that she can punch incredibly hard.

Zero leaves a voicemail which hints toward the complexity of his current situation, but Tropes discards the voicemail in favor of peddling Troperlicious brand crumpets.

Tenth Dimension Penrose reveals they needs to give Penrose a body, instead of ashes, and starts browsing for a good body, Zero continues to duel with Dirk before Buddy enters the fray, and the Paladin rides a dragon into his mysterious foe.

Tales tells everybody to calm down with the complex subplots, and Taco, mixed between seeing Penrose disappear in front of his eyes and all the subplots, screams in near insanity.

7th Dimensional Penrose, our Penrose, and 7th Dimensional Zero start talking about the physics of the multi-dimensional world, when 8th Dimensional Taco calls them dorks, and 2nd Dimensional Zero tries to make conversation while he can.

Zero is seemingly beaten by Buddy, however he is able to shoot the Antivirus program into Buddy's stomach. The Paladin is revealed to have been the Antivirus Program the entire time, and the Paladin swipes the enemy, which is the Status Quo's presence inside the robots, in half. Tropes and Taco remain clueless as to what it all meant, and the duo agree on never allowing this to happen again.

Moral: Never do long Homestuck-esque side-arcs. Ever.

Cast of tropers:

  • Penroses
  • Taco Badger
  • ZeroL
  • Zackontheattack
  • DrNoPuma
  • TropesForever
  • Blizzardeye Wonder
  • Totally Not An Alien
  • Bacon Zorp
  • Tales of Under

Episode Eighteen: Nukes Abound

The episode begins with Tropes and Taco attempting to pay Andrew Hussie for the rights to Homestuck after Zero's subplot. Bev worries about the JoJo people coming after them, when all of the sudden the phone rings.

The Penrose's decide to wrap things up due to last episode's moral, and Penrose returns in the vessel of a Bill Cipher pop figure. Tropes, not realizing it's Penrose, puts the figure into an envelope to pay Hussie with.

Tropes then goes to answer the phone, and receives a call from a soldier, informing him that Tropesburg is about to be blown up by a Korean nuclear missile strike. The soldier reveals he intended to call his commander, before hanging up. Tropes misunderstands the call, and delivers an altered version of the soldier's phone call to the other Tropers, leaving them confused. Zero informs everybody that the show is going to war with North Korea, prompting everybody to go on a road trip to North Korea. The Tropers take a studebaker, and sing Movin' Right Along, and Zero reveals he's bringing along a massive robot army.

They eventually drive to North Korea, only for Taco to realize their reason for going there is nonsensical. Penrose, still confined with in Andrew Hussie's royalty envelope, muses about waging war on envelopes. Kim-Jong Un, overhearing this whilst on a stroll, claims that Pen's idea isn't half-bad, and through a montage, the Tropers become North Korean soldiers, rising up the ranks in the Envelope Wars until they've become Admirals in the North Korean military. Teenlyokofan 7777 accidentally stumbles into the war room through the backdoor. Zero claims the show has pushed the envelope, causing the North Koreans to spring into action, and Taco notifies the war room that the Americans are soon encroaching on their territory. A firefight between Zero's robots and the North Koreans commences.

Taco escapes with a North Korean confidant of his named Li, and the real Zero soon also tags along with him. Soon the other Tropers catch up with them, Tales gets a Magazine/MAD themed bazooka, and a news broadcast sees a man who is most likely Random crashing a car into the Demilitarized Zone, before being rushed by North and South Korean guards. Zero then finds out on the news that the several robot army factions of his have split up and started fighting each other.

Taco suggests the group all move to Lithuania and change their identities, they do so, and their identities are:

  • Taco as Polio Haberdashery
  • Tropes as Lew Zealand
  • Zero as Johzachrisethurmacalvincentravisherlock Smith
  • Li as Bruce Talcum
  • Kim-Jong Un as Tropes Forever
  • Zack as a Joestar

Penrose, now deemed Poprose due to his current vessel, claims that he's felt left out, as he had been left in the glove compartment for the entire plot. Poprose's neglect soon makes him catch fire, and a pseudo-moral is given, when this episode is made a two-parter.

Moral: This is what happens when you take the wrong turn into a strange room.

Cast of tropers:

  • Taco Badger
  • TropesForever
  • Bacon Zorp
  • Penroses
  • ZeroL
  • Teenlyokofan 7777
  • Tales of Under
  • Zackontheattack
  • Random Writer 413

Episode Nineteen: Nukes Abound: Part 2

The Tropers, as well as Kim-Jong Un, are sitting around in a dingy room in Lithuania. "Lew" states that he's glad Hussie can't find them, however, due to Teen Lyoko and Tales not changing their identities, Hussie does find them, and drags Tales away. Teen Lyoko is mysteriously shot in the arm by a dart, causing her to fall unconscious. "Tropes Forever" interprets these as assassins, and he and Polio take to the ground. "Johzachrisethurmacalvincentravisherlock" charges at Hussie, and "Lew" attempts to help Teen Lyoko.

"Tropes Forever", sick of all this, shoots Hussie in the head. As the Tropers all discuss what to do, Tales, aggravated by the episode, ends it.

Moral: NO SUBPLOTS!

Cast of tropers:

  • TropesForever
  • Taco Badger
  • Teenlyokofan 7777
  • Tales of Under
  • ZeroL

Episode Twenty: The Breather Episode

The Tropers find themselves in a giant inhaler, and Taco implies it is Tales' fault. However, because Taco uses Tales' alias, Rednu Fo Selat, Tales snaps, yelling at Taco and Teen Lyoko. His yelling causes Teen Lyoko to cry, and causes himself to pass out. The stress soon causes Teen Lyoko to pass out. Bev soon enters, and ask what's going on. Tales and Tropes catch her up, and while Bev tries to console Tales, she reveals herself to be an alien from the planet Xathos. Taco continues to purposefully agitate Tales about the War Plot, which Tales hates.

Bev, to settle the argument, calls upon the Status Quo. The Status Quo forces Tales to apologize for trying to kill him, before retconning nearly every single event of the Nukes Abound episodes, including Taco's memory, and the Tropers decide to conceive a moral.

Moral: Never ever declare war on countries or incredibly successful creators.

Cast of tropers:

  • Tales of Under
  • TropesForever
  • Taco Badger
  • Teenlyokofan 7777
  • Bacon Zorp

Episode Twenty One: The Whole Plot Reference Episode

Tales tries to come up with the episode title, only to be beaten to it. The Tropers try to come up with the media to Whole Plot Reference. Taco votes for Hamlet, Bev suggests a Xathian classic story called Larsglag, Kim-Jong Un suggests The Old Man and the Sea, Tropes votes for Fantastic Voyage or A Christmas Carol, and Tales suggests Ace Attorney. Penrose reveals he's still burning from neglect, and Teen Lyoko is still unconscious, showing the Status Quo left them unaffected.

Bev sides with Tales on Ace Attorney, before entering the kitchen, and finding that her tea set has been stolen. At the same time, Taco goes offscreen to enact the plot of Hamlet on his lonesome.

Bev starts looking around for suspects. She tries to interrogate Teen Lyoko, only to reach a dead end when Teen Lyoko starts crying. Tropes wonders if the tea set ever existed, and suggests that Bev made the tea with her Xathain powers. Bev tries to comfort Teen Lyoko, only to hear the sound of a smashing tea set, and soon finds it broken. Zero announces that he's figured out why everything is so odd in this show, but Bev puts forward the more important matters.

Zero claims that the Status Quo is Blizzardeye's amnesia disease, making people forget things to retcon them, which explains Poproses burning, Lyoko unconscious, and Kim-Jong Un's continued presence. Zero mentions that now that the theory's out, he will proceed to blow things up, only to be threatened by G 2 Battle Convoy, before G2 realizes he came out of nowhere.

To end the episode, Tropes guesses that the wacky neighbors stole and broke the tea set, and Bev summons a tea set with her Xathian powers, and G2, getting used to the show, comes up with a moral.

Moral: Remember to use your powers

Cast of tropers:

Episode Twenty Two: Touchdown

Tropes enters the apartment, informing everyone that he received a large number of tickets for a Football game. Bev compares the sport to a Xathian bloodsport, and Zero notes that some of his robots make up a team in the game.

At the game, Taco and Kim-Jong Un attempt to scalp Tropes' mass amount of tickets. The robots use their superior technology to one-up the opposing team. In the midst of the game however, Teen Lyoko is knocked unconscious by a stray football, and kaalban is murdered twice, only to be revived by some unknown force.

Taking this as a fun day out, G2 puts forward a fencing duel, which Bev, armed with a pistol, accepts. When Zero attempts to join in, Revaryk returns from a long absence.

Zero pulls out his duel laser swords to duel with G2, but as they chat, they decide to schedule a mech duel later, as G2 has to leave for something.

Mr. Meddling talks with Tre about potentially cameoing in the show.

Zero helps prevent further injury on Teen Lyoko's part by shielding her in a Force Field. Zack comes back, ranting about concessions to Revaryk.

G2 re-enters, revealing he is in the possession of a Gundam, only to have run out of battery in his keys. Zero offers to lend him an Omnideath Yottajoule Ultragenerator, but Zero turns it down based on its name.

The Tropers soon realize the episode is plotless, and attempt to start a plot. G2 theorizes the possibility of a world where Anyone Can Die. Taco and Kim-Jong re-enter, and Taco exemplifies that, truly, anyone can die, and guns down Kim-Jong Un.

The Tropers react in shock to Taco's blatant murder, though Taco shows little remorse. Teen Lyoko attempts to gain attention again, and Kaalban, G2, and Revaryk discuss methods of hospitalizing her.

Taco asks that they simply end the episode, and thus, Revaryk ends the episode.

In a post credits scene, Zack vomits.

Moral: We can do anything!

Cast of tropers:

  • TropesForever
  • Bacon Zorp
  • ZeroL
  • G2 Battle Convoy
  • Taco Badger
  • Tales of Under
  • Zackontheattack
  • Teenlyokofan 7777
  • kaalban
  • Revaryk
  • Tre

Episode Twenty Three: Scheming and plot

Teen Lyoko enters the apartment, better from the football, but still suffering from a headache. All of the sudden, Movie Reference, a scientist, teleports into the apartment, saying that he needs test subjects.

Volunteers include Tropes, an accidentally participating Teen Lyoko, and kaalbaan's pet zombie Nemesis, now skinny. Revaryk soon also signs up in a groggy morning state, and G2 joins as well.

Teen Lyoko drinks one of Movie's inventions, and feels her headache leave her body. Tropes and Taco soon reveal to Movie through conversation that the contract to Tropers the Series has kept them alive, for better or worse, and Movie decides to join the show.

Teen Lyoko begins to feel dizzy, and Taco, Tropes, and Movie prep for the worst to happen. Zero soon enters, trying to get the Tropers to drink one of his liquids. This spurs a slight intellectual debate over who has more power.

Teen Lyoko complains about no receiving attention. Zero gives her a laser sword to take revenge on those who didn't listen to her, though his motives seem suspicious. Teen Lyoko starts doing so, and Tropes tries convincing Bev to do something. Bev claims her powers are inconsistent, and thus, she can't do anything. Meanwhile, Movie tries to nuke Zero to win the Science Dick Measuring Contest, but only finds it kills eleven people.

Zero soon decides to turn the laser sword off before Teen Lyoko does any damage, claiming his motivation was to show she deserves respect. Taco weasels his way out of trouble with Teen Lyoko, and Tropes realizes the show's bizarre quality comes from the fact that he hasn't been writing scripts. Kaalbaan fixes Teen Lyoko's dizziness with an Estus Flask.

Moral: Everyone deserves respect/Make sure your powers are consistent/test your weapons of mass destruction before you use it for an acquaintance.

Cast of tropers:

  • ZeroL
  • G2 Battle Convoy
  • Teenlyokofan 7777
  • Movie Reference
  • TropesForever
  • kaalban
  • Revaryk
  • Tales of Under
  • Bacon Zorp
  • Taco Badger

Episode Twenty Four: The Season Finale

The Tropers, excited that they've reached the Season Finale, discuss the possibilities for the episode, and the next season.

They are all suddenly interrupted by Zero, who reveals that he is in fact one of the countless robot Zeros dispatched in North Korea, and that he has captured the real Zero. Robot Zero reveals that he intends to kill the Tropers, especially Taco, for wrecking millions of people's lives in the North Korean-Envelope War, and treating it as a simple misadventure.

Tales shows immediate disinterest in the whole thing, and the Tropers begin to similarly become distracted in their own affairs, trying to pick apart Robot Zero's plan and mentality. Li the North Korean soon returns, and shows his opposition to Robot Zero. The other Tropers join in. Tales weaponizes the Bill Gates statue, Kaalbaan buffs up Nemesis, while Taco hides under the radiator.

Zerobot sustains Tale's attack, and enters a massive mech robot, and prepares to kill the Tropers, destroying the apartment.

Tropes snatches up the apartment's valuables, including Taco clung to the radiator, and heads to the car.

Li, Kaalbaan, and Nemesis continue fighting off the mech, while Movie teleports away. Taco and Tropes decide to drive away.

Zero, finding weakness in the duo driving away, teleports in front of them, purposefully targeting Taco. Tropes is able to avoid the mech for now.

Tales tries to spitball ideas to defeat the mech, while real Zero tries to get someone to untie him. He ends up receiving help from the leading Robot Zeros in South Korea and France.

While Tropes and Taco continue to avoid being crushed to death by the mech, Movie calls Taco to see if Zero's mech is heading for his location. Locating Movie's address on Find My Friends, Taco has Tropes drive there in spite. Zack catches on fire in the mayhem.

Bev teleports into Taco and Tropes' car. She chastises the duo for abandoning their friends. Bev eventually convinces Taco that it's bad to abandon the other Tropers, but Taco goes a bit far, jumping out of the car, and challenging the mech.

Taco says the mech only has him to blame, but soon Tropes exits the car to support Taco. Nemesis sprouts wings, and flies over to the mech to join the fight. Bev and the Zeros join in as well.

Everyone begins fighting the mech, but soon Taco has an idea. He tells Bev about a red crystal in Tropes' car, that he wants Bev to eat. Bev does so, and Taco reveals that the crystal will either make her explode or become a Kaiju. Despite the temporary freak out, Bev becomes massive, with Taco standing on her shoulder. Bev becomes so large that she steps on the mech, destroying it.

Everyone soon realizes the crystal may have been too much. Luckily, Kaalbaan has a shrinking cake which he is luckily able to throw all the way up to Taco. Unfortunately, Taco doesn't hear Kaalbaan's explanation of the cake, and Taco eats it, shrinking.

Bev, realizing her powers are inconsistent, shrinks down to almost normal size. Unfortunately, Taco, due to proximity, also shrinks with her.

Kaalbaan luckily has some growth spaghetti, but unable to see Taco, Tropes simply throws it on Bev's shoulder. Taco goes missing in the spaghetti.

Evil Zero leaves the mech wreckage, and is chased away by the other Zeros. Zack calls a friend to talk about the awesomeness that unfolded, and G2 regrets sleeping for the events of the episode. The season wraps, with Taco missing, the Tropers somewhat homeless, but at peace.

Moral: Don't fall asleep during the episode.

Cast of tropers:

  • TropesForever
  • Movie Reference
  • kaalban
  • Teenlyokofan 7777
  • Taco Badger
  • ZeroL
  • Tales of Under
  • Zackontheattack
  • Bacon Zorp
  • G2 Battle Convoy

    Season Two 

Episode One: Where the Hell is Taco Badger?

The Tropers, as well as Li, in the wake of their apartment's destruction, have moved into Movie's Bigger on the Inside apartment/lab called Mad Manor, which he was able to afford due to his invention of a portal machine. Bev and Rev have received more characterized outfits, and the group decides to ask what the main plot is. Movie resorts to the episode title, and decides to call Taco.

Taco, as it turns out, is completely fine, but has no idea where Mad Manor is. Movie reveals the Manor is in the town of Undisclosed, New Mexico. G2 soon arrives in his Gundam, and G2 and Taco both berate Movie for naming his apartment. Outside, Tropes is crying, as he believes the show's been cancelled, only for Movie to soon correct him. Tropes wonders why he didn't hear the news, and by group vote, the Tropers respond, "You didn't ask."

Movie has G2 park his Gundam into a garage, when Taco finally returns, to little fanfare. Zero also re-enters, this time with a French resistance member named Jacques. Zero explains that Jacques is rebelling against French Zero, who is apparently a Greater-Scope Villain. G2 and Movie offer up solutions to the French Zero problem, but Zero assures the two that he has built countermeasures for nearly every move. The Tropers agree to save the fight for the Season Finale, and the episode comes to a close.

Moral: No one ever expects the Antimatter Inquisition!/Take care of the problem before it arises.

Cast of tropers:

  • Taco Badger
  • Tales of Under
  • Movie Reference
  • Bacon Zorp
  • Revaryk
  • G2 Battle Convoy
  • TropesForever
  • Zackontheattack
  • ZeroL

Episode Two: Virtual Insanity

G2 mentions he's going to be out for the day before exiting. Movie offhandedly mentions destroying French Zero, as well as the nation of France, with the assistance of the Moore Brotherhood, which G2 is said to be a part of. He then introduces an invention of his; a portal which can transport one into the world of a video game. Movie warns the Tropers that if they die in the game, he has no save files to use, but they neglect warning when Tales reveals that the five games he owns all feature pieces of the Quinforce, which can be collected to win a Lifetime Ticket to the Video Game Amusement Park. Tales, Tropes, Taco, Li, and Zero enter the portal.

Entering a game called Nerdja Gaiden, the Tropers soon get sidetracked and theorize that Zack is the Watcher for their planet. In actuality, their Watcher is simply lazy, and the Watchers have decided to pass the job onto Zack, unbeknownst to him, out of laziness.

Zack takes out his ray gun, only for Movie to steal it in suspicion. Zanreo soon crashes through a window in the Manor, which awakens Taco and Li, who had been asleep after so long in the game. Tired of the game, the duo leave, and G2 returns, glad to not have missed very much.

Moral: Actually do something with your premise.

Cast of tropers:

  • Tales of Under
  • G2 Battle Convoy
  • Movie Reference
  • TropesForever
  • Taco Badger
  • ZeroL
  • Zackontheattack
  • Zanreo

Episode Three: The Clever and Original Whodunnit Parody

Tropes reminds his fellow Tropers that Meddling has promised to cancel the show if this episode's plot goes unfollowed. The plot starts off with a mysterious envelope arriving in the mail. While Tropes and Taco see what the envelope conceals, G2 reminds the others that he won't be able to be in the episode for very long. Zanreo and Movie show excitement at the potential of a fancy party, while Zero calls his suspicions that this episode will recycle the plot of "The Whole Plot Reference Episode".

Taco reveals that the letter is an invitation to the party of one "Quentin Duke Signore di Terra Quast", a millionaire who wishes that the Tropers all arrive to his mansion at midnight. When Taco also reveals that the Tropers can bring Plus Ones, Taco invites Li, Movie brings a homunculus he's been testing on, and Tales invites Urkel. At the same time, Zanreo brings up her suspicions regarding the invitation, and Zack casually confirms that he is, in fact, Earth's watcher.

There is then a jump-cut to the mansion, where Tales, already somewhat bored, decides to play blernsball with Taco, Li, and Urkel. Zanreo changes into a suit at the mansion, and Zack eyes the party's buffet. Possibly Quite Insane, a stray talking cat, also enters the mansion, and takes part in the buffet. A mysterious man watching from the shadows comes forward, checking that the Tropers are, in fact, the Tropers. Tales makes a mess when he throws a stray blernsball at a glass of water, which splashes on Movie's homunculus, prompting it to explode.

The mystery man, presuming that Insane is Tropes' plus one, allows the group into the dining hall, however, when Tales talks about one of Urkel's inventions, it is noticed that Urkel has mysteriously disappeared. Zero and his plus one Buddy show up just in time for dinner, with a collection of candlesticks and lead pipes. Insane desperately tries to remove himself from Taco, who has been holding onto him since entering the dining hall.

The mystery man enters the dining hall, and serves steak, which he implies via Freudian Slip is made of Steve Urkel. The implication is driven further when a lens of glass is found sticking out of the steak, and Insane correctly identifies the steak as being human meat, only for his remark to be unheard.

Li takes the lens and eats it, saying that the famines in North Korea have taught him to eat anything. Tales, eating the steak, also remarks "Smoked inventor". Taco, outraged at the assertion, runs into the kitchen and yells that human meat should be seared, before realizing that it's human meat. As he realizes this, a body drops from the ceiling. The mystery man, feigning interest, claims the body is Sir Quast, and tries to pin the blame on one of the Tropers.

Insane, while desensitized to the deaths and cannibalism, deduces that the mystery man most likely killed Sir Quast. Li, meanwhile, starts internally bleeding due to eating the glass, but the mystery man prevents the Tropers from leaving until the mystery is solved. Tropes and Taco start to question whether the body is, in fact, Sir Quast, though the mystery man continues to persist that the body is, in fact, Quast. Taco checks his wallet, and finds that the body is in fact a butler named Edmond Buttons.

Insane calls the man out as Quast, however "Quast" is revealed to be a pseudonym, and that his real name is Quentin Benedetto, the brother of the Tropers' landlord, set on revenge against Taco, Tropes, and Tales, all of whom appeared in the episode of his brother's death. Despite explaining his motives, Tropes and Taco remain clueless to who Quentin is, and Quentin soon pulls a gun, firing at Tropes, only for Taco to intercept the shot. He attempts to shoot again, only for Li to stop him, biting his ear off in the process. Li soon hands the ear to Insane, as Quentin rushes back to the kitchen. Tropes and Li chase after him, but Li is stopped by the injury of the glass in his stomach.

Tropes finds Quentin climbing a ladder next to his human meat grinder, where Quentin aims to fire at Tropes. Tropes looks through his Bag of Holding to find a defensive item, however, in his search, he tosses out a beach ball, which knocks the ladder Quentin is standing on, sending him falling into the grinder. Tropes, disturbed by the sight, returns to the dining room, where G2 and the Moore Brotherhood have busted into the mansion, here to halt Quentin's criminal activity. Tropes points out Taco and Li's injuries, while Taco explains the situation to G2. Bev, meanwhile, is in an odd situation in the mansion's bathroom. With everyone attended to, the episode closes.

Moral: When you serve man, serve him seared.

Cast of tropers:

  • Taco Badger
  • TropesForever
  • G2 Battle Convoy
  • ZeroL
  • Zanreo
  • Movie Reference
  • Zackontheattack
  • Tales of Under
  • Possibly Quite Insane
  • Bacon Zorp

Episode Four: What's The Deal With All These Pickled Goods?

Taco and Bev are conversing, and during the conversation, Taco mentions being unsatisfied with his body, and thinks of changing it, though Bev discourages this. Their conversation is interrupted by Gangrenous F, who has been released from prison, having picked up pickled things from the market, to run a taste test.

G2, who is also present, mentions being on temporary leave from the military, sparking a conversation about careers. F mentions getting a job as a convenience store clerk, and Taco reveals he has remained competently unemployed through out his life, and decides to steal one of Movie's inventions to pay for a new body. Movie protests, however Taco steals a defective shrink ray of his. This leads to a fight, in which Movie shoots Taco several times, as well as G2 once. Nevertheless, Taco takes some of Movie's inventions and tries driving away, while G2 and Zack attempt to settle things by getting the police involved. Taco almost gets away, however Tales intercepts Taco with a kick to the groin, which inadvertently leads to Movie's inventions falling down a sewer drain.

Back at the apartment, Bev, F, and Insane are getting on with the taste test, and Insane tries to get some pickled human flesh.

Moral: Never steal inventions!

Cast of tropers:

  • Bacon Zorp
  • Taco Badger
  • G2 Battle Convoy
  • Movie Reference
  • Tales of Under
  • Random Writer 413
  • Zackontheattack
  • Possibly Quite Insane

Episode Five: Audience Q&A Extravaganza!!!!!!!

Picking up after the last episode, Bev, F, and Insane are still in the Manor. The idea of a Q&A episode frightens Bev, though F is there to calm her.

At the same time, G2 has entered a Gundam to try and end Taco and Movie's conflict, revealing Taco has sold the inventions to the sewer folk. G2 is interrupted when F reveals there is a letter from him; specifically, to stop using Gundams, or he'll be sued. The Tropers ponder the bitch that is copyright law, before Tropes returns, an episode late.

Insane also receives a letter, a plea to stop eating the Mouse Family, a family of elephants. F then mentions a letter from a fan who ships Tropes and Revaryk, with another fan shipping Tales and Bev, and another shipping Tales and Taco, and another shipping Bev with everyone. The shipping leaves everyone confused.

Moral: Shipping destroys the plot.

Cast of tropers:

  • Movie Reference
  • Bacon Zorp
  • Taco Badger
  • Possibly Quite Insane
  • G2 Battle Convoy
  • TropesForever
  • Tales of Under

Episode Six: The Body Catalog

Movie reveals that his great uncle passed away, and as such, he needs to attend his funeral. Tropes gets naturally confused, until Taco interrupts, having picked up a catalog from the Body Store, in order to fulfill his need for a new body. Movie leaves to attend the funeral, while Taco reveals that, as he's undecided, he will leave which new body he receives up to the fellow Tropers.

Tropes suggests he turn into a clone of Tropes, while Bev suggests an Armadillo Furry. The gang suggests several more ideas, though Taco decides to try and leave it up to Insane, who selects a skunk. Taco reveals that, as he has selected Insane to be his nemesis, he will transform into what he classifies as the exact opposite of a skunk.

Tropes, Movie, and Insane ponder why Insane is Taco's nemesis, while Tales accidentally turns into a fox. Taco heads off to the Body Store, with Insane in hand, as Tales devours a chicken. Tropes and Tales then debate if Meddling still runs the show of another company, which leads to a discussion of poor episode ideas.

Tropes and Zack then follow Taco to the Body Store, where they argue about the Body Subplot being turned into the A-Plot, before taco reveals he's turned into a mouse. The other Tropers present question the decision, believing it's a mistake. Taco reveals he made no mistake, but his plan wasn't thought through. Either way, Tropes, Insane, and Taco head out to eat.

Moral: Brush your teeth.

Cast of tropers:

  • Taco Badger
  • Movie Reference
  • Bacon Zorp
  • TropesForever
  • Zackontheattack
  • Tales of Under
  • Possibly Quite Insane

Episode Seven: The Fellow from Outer Space Who Was Just No Good At All

Taco exits a jar of catnip, Tropes enters with food, and Bev enters with the plot. After some discussion on Taco's form, which leads to no new answers, before Bev remembers the plot, which is that her cousin is coming to the Manor. Her cousin soon arrives, and the Tropers intend to impress him.

Bev's cousin, Kloggar, enters, immediately confused by the creatures Bev has chosen to live with. Despite this, Zack, Taco, and Tropes all still try to give him a good impression. Despite this, Kloggar is racially disgusted by the trio, and pulls a gun to eradicate them on the spot.

Taco showboats, boasting about human power, and tries to coax him into sticking his head into a blender with the promise of power, Kloggar doesn't fall for it, as his goal isn't power, but instead Xathian purity. Luckily, Tropes and Bev had worked on a side-plan, with Tropes picking up Insane's litterbox, at Bev's urging. Kloggar, however, hears Tropes. He is temporarily dissuaded, until he feels a poke at his shoulder, stemming from Gangrenous F, who punches Kloggar in the face. With Kloggar's guard down, Tropes tosses the litter on him, causing Kloggar to turn into confetti.

F reveals Bev had paged him earlier, and Zack tosses a flash grenade, not realizing he's late to the defeat.

Bev reveals to the group that a Xathian cousin is simply a friend, and that Kloggar was a bad one at that. Bev thanks F, who in turn congratulates her and Tropes.

Moral: Be careful who you meet online.

Cast of tropers:

  • Bacon Zorp
  • Taco Badger
  • TropesForever
  • Zackontheattack

Episode Eight: The Origins Episode

Taco and Tropes decide to tell the viewer the story of how they met. Tropes was working as a paperboy, and Taco was running a con involving stealing newspaper articles as his own. They first actually meet when Tropes tosses the newspaper too hard at Taco's house, demolishing some of it. Taco sets it aside, and the duo exchange names, before Taco proposes that the duo work together to enforce his con. However, it is revealed that Tropes' newspaper was a front for the mob, which later landed the duo in trouble.

Bev reveals she was a Xathian bred to invade Earth, and Tales reveals he was the son of a member of the Earth-based Xathian-hunting task force. Taco then transitions to another, later flashback, as to how Taco and Tropes met Bev.

Bev crashes from space into Taco's house, and Taco inadvertently distracts her from her mission by declaring she must pay him for her crash. In the present, Taco reveals that he's been able to mooch off Bev for that wall since then, though her debt will soon end. Back in the past, Tropes and Taco try to come up with a way for Bev to pay the debt off. Tropes and Bev settle to be friends, though Taco remains unsatisfied. Tropes tries to rebuild the wall, though fails. Bev then uses her powers to spawn the necessary funds for the wall, with Taco tricking her into spawning much more than necessary. Taco takes the money however, and asks Tropes if he'd like to get an apartment.

In the present, Movie, realizing Taco is unemployed, attempts to kick him out to no avail.

Back in the past, Bev also agrees to tag along to the apartment. Taco and Tropes soon ask more about her, and though she originally tries to convince them she's German, she ultimately admits she's a Xathian, there to destroy Earth, though she's decided against it, and would much rather hang out with the duo. The flashback ends with the three driving off to Tropesburg.

The flashback ending reveals that Taco has sold many of Movie's inventions to Repo Men. Tropes asks the backstories of several other Tropers who've left he show, but Taco has forgotten them.

Moral: Only important people get backstories.

Cast of tropers:

  • TropesForever
  • Taco Badger
  • Movie Reference
  • Tales of Under
  • Bacon Zorp
  • Possibly Quite Insane

Episode Nine: The Good, The Bad, And The Tropers

The Tropers arrive in Oakwood, Texas, supposedly getting sidetracked there after chasing a bird, though Movie notes that he came along to help him cope with the loss of his inventions. It is then that Zero returns, with some lengthy backstory. Tropes brings up that it would fit the pastiche to start a gunfight. Movie takes out his ray-gun, only for Taco to immediately sic a duo of repo men on the ray-gun. Zero and Movie proceed to kill one of the repo men, while Movie attempts to convince the other man to tell him where his inventions are.

The violence is halted by the sheriff of Oakwood, Bill, who is looking to get the Tropers out of his town, perturbed by the excessive violence. After much argument with Movie, and a parking ticket for G2's gundam, G2 and Bill come to a compromise to lead the Tropers through the Dunes to the Repo Men's garage, which Bill knows the location of.

The Tropers and Bill saddle up on horses, with Taco struggling to get on, and Bev struggling to ride. Tropes, who had left to hitchhike, is also picked up by a stray ass behind the horse-convoy. Due to Taco and Bev's inability to control their horses, the horses all crash into each other, before abandoning the Tropers and Bill, though the ass remains.

Tropes and Taco are caught by a new mystery troper named the Weird One. Bill begins to fret, for the longer they stay in the desert, they run the risk of running into "Sandstorm Warriors". Movie insists they try to use his Miniature Teleporter, which Bill had previously discouraged.

A sandstorm begins to pick up, when the Weird One instinctively shoots the sand itself, revealing that the Sandstorm Warriors hide within the sand. He, Bill, Movie, and Zero begin firing at the Sand, killing many, however Bill is soon shot to death by an arrow. The Sandstorm Warriors are just able to kidnap Movie, and eventually are able to halt the Tropers, and simply demand a sacrifice, as explained by lengthy lore.

Zero tries to gift them a sacrifice in the form of the Status Quo, whom he summons. However, the Status Quo writes the Sandstorm Warriors out of existence, and begins to gloat about his ultimate power, turning Zero human. However, in showing his power, he is killed by Gangrenous F, who he had summoned to illustrate his point about Zero being human.

Tropes returns, having refuged in catering while darker stuff went down. The group simply tries to get to the garage. However, when Movie pulls out his teleport, Taco and Movie begin arguing about Movie's inventions. G2 returns, having flown his gundam, and Tales, Bev, and Puma come out of the woodwork as well. The group still manages to deliberate over leaving, with Taco entering G2's gundam, and tinkering with it unresponsibly, ending in the demolition of a building. Taco is then tossed out, and more argument is had toward the dickishness of Taco, before Tropes arrives in a golf cart, to finally get to the garage.

The garage's lead repo man, Big Rory, is met. The Tropers try to get Movie's inventions back, all while Big Rory indoctrinates Buddy the Robot to work for his garage. Several attempts are made to end it, however, the complicated situation and red tape leave Zero paying for all of Movie's inventions with winnings he'd earned from his robots' rigged sport games. Tropes, infuriated, begs for the episode to end, so Taco does so, in a fittingly dickish way.

Moral: Movie should learn to let go.

Cast of tropers:

  • Tales of Under
  • Taco Badger
  • TropesForever
  • Possibly Quite Insane
  • Movie Reference
  • Zackontheattack
  • ZeroL
  • G2 Battle Convoy
  • Bacon Zorp
  • Weirdguy 149
  • DrNoPuma

Episode Ten: The Bowling Tournamentnote 

Zero finally pays off the Rories for Movie's inventions, while Movie reminds everyone that the episode was supposed to be a court episode. Taco submits that it can be the court episode, but the title shall remain. Tropes sets forth to sleep, exhausted from last episode. Tales changes the title of the episode, prompting Taco to attack him with a bowling ball.

Movie returns, claiming that the show itself is proof that Taco stole his inventions, but Taco insists what he did, patenting the devices, was legal, while Tales insists he reversed the actions of Taco and used lawyers to get the patents of the inventions to Movie. It is all very inane. Movie and Tales conspire to just kill Taco, though G2, who was previously on their side, is very reluctant to do so. Movie reveals that Taco sold several of his Weapons of Mass Destruction, which all ended up going to international villains.

Taco says that he wouldn't worry about that, as no one would bomb Tropesberg, due to its notable political neutrality. However, Movie corrects him, as they have moved to Undisclosed, New Mexico, the "most anti-terrorism and opinionated city in America".

Tropes awakens, horrified that the argument continues, Bev reappears for mere seconds to yell at them for arguing, and Zero comes and settles things by laying out three ground rules.

  1. Taco's patents are legal, but if used unscrupulously, the Tropers will beat him up.
  2. The inventions themselves were, in fact, returned.
  3. They should move out of Undisclosed.

The Tropers agree to Zero's terms, and move out. They move to Townville City, BS. The gang talks of getting jobs, with Taco revealing he still plans to get by on conning, Tropes surprised that the show isn't considered his job, Bev revealing she is mooching from a mystery source, G2 still under contract with the Moore Brotherhood, and Movie returning to inventing.

The gang finds out their actually moving to taco's old apartment, located above a Sushi Restaurant. Movie begins reconstructing Mad Manor in the apartment, to Taco's chagrin. The duo's arguing causes Bev to step in, threatening to fuse them together if they don't get along. This prompts another argument, where Movie insists his tech is better than Bev's Xathian tech.

Movie calls Bev a bitch, an act which immediately makes him the bad guy, when Taco had clearly been the bad guy prior, because you just don't call a woman a bitch.

Movie breaks into mad babbling, while Bev tries to get him to repeat what he said. movie enters the recesses of his mind, gathering the intelligence to create a separation gun, but he doesn't apologize to Bev, causing her to shoot him in the leg, though he doesn't notice. Tropes attempts to calm her down.

G2 chastises Bev for firing at Movie, though this prompts an argument with Taco, who insists upon weapon fire in his house. The two arguments merge, when Taco decides to throw Movie's suitcase out the window. The two get into a violent fight on the floor, causing Bev to aim her fusion weapon at them.

However, due to a mishap with a shard of glass, Taco, Movie, G2, Zero, and Bev are all fused together for an hour. Tropes re-enters the room, and reveals he packed for the cruise.

This is the first episode where the ending is not supported by a moral.

Cast of tropers:

  • Taco Badger
  • Movie Reference
  • ZeroL
  • TropesForever
  • Tales of Under
  • G2 Battle Convoy
  • Zackontheattack
  • DrNoPuma
  • Bacon Zorp

Episode Eleven: Cruising for a Disaster

The Tropers are unseparated, burying themselves in sand and doing other leisurely activities on-deck. Movie decides to learn more about Zack. Zack reveals he isn't quite a Watcher, but instead something of a Watcher's substitute, who received his hammer space as a reward for assisting Earth's Watcher. He later became a vigilante and private investigator as well. He reveals he is also an instinctively skilled fighter.

Tropes brings in a News Crew for the interview, which Movie deliberates the feasibility of. When Movie complains about lack of plot in this episode, Tropes reveals there's an iceberg threatening to crash the ship. Bev, Movie, and Zero intend to use their tech to save the day, while Taco plays shuffleboard.

Zero tries to melt the iceberg with his heat ray, but it is confiscated by the EPA due to global warming. However, he still uses his laser contacts to start working at it. Taco tries to hit Movie with a shuffleboard stick, and the episode ends.

Two morals are provided, to cover for the last episode.

Moral: Taco is a dick.

Moral: We need to start episodes with a less general plot because those seem to fizzle.

Cast of tropers:

  • TropesForever
  • Taco Badger
  • Movie Reference
  • Bacon Zorp
  • ZeroL
  • G2 Battle Convoy
  • Zackontheattack

Episode Twelve: The Goddamned Paintball Episode...Bitch

The Tropers are at an Airsoft paintball event taking place under a rave. Taco claims Movie ripped off the premise from an episode of Community, but Movie discards this.

Later in the competition, Zero and Movie have used less than rule-following tactics and weapons to get people out. G2 attempts to penalize the duo with his paint rifle.

Bev enters, believing they're fighting again, while Zack stumbles in, blinded by paint. Bev is caught up on what exactly is happening, but is still somewhat unhappy, predicting this may end in more bickering. The Tropers begin to bicker about bickering, before a member of the enemy team, razorrozar 7, joins the Tropers out of frustration from her team-killing teammates. A frazzled Tropes reappears, and eventually, G2, Zack, and Zero start sitting around quoting Red Vs Blue. Taco soon returns, confused with the ongoings of the plot.

A lot of conversations take place. They are twinged with occasional reference, but do not move forward the plot, and are slightly confusing. They do mention that one "Little Timmy" was killed, possibly due to paint, and he asked for the rave which is commencing above the paintball competition.

Razor gets drunk or high or something due to the rave, people discuss the Beatles, and Tropes hopes Taco can explain everything. Taco, who had been napping, awakens, just as confused.

Tropes theorizes that the mess that took place went out like this; Little Timmy croaked, and because he was a Beatles fan, the Tropers were enlisted as a Beatles cover band, and they were also supposed to feed birdseed to some big eagles because they were close to Timmy. At some point, however, the Beatles and Great Eagles were misinterpreted as paintball and a rave.

Tropes is then gunned down by paintballs, while Movie retreats. Tropes asks what was learned from all this, and Movie replies with this;

Moral: The paintball game isn't over.

Cast of tropers:

  • Movie Reference
  • Taco Badger
  • G2 Battle Convoy
  • Zackontheattack
  • ZeroL
  • Bacon Zorp
  • Tales of Under
  • razorrozar 7
  • TropesForever

Episode Thirteen: The Godammned Paint Ball Episode Part 2

Tales insists that the episode focus on the paintball, Razor gets excited to take revenge on her team, while Tropes, unexcited for more of this episode, simply retires to a newspaper. Razor shoots the newspaper out of Tropes' hand, and Tropes decides instead to play Twist and Shout, the background track for them.

Movie, Tales, and Razor defeat everyone, while movie regrets making a sequel episode. Tropes, the Beatles, Little Timmy, and the Great Eagles all arrive to whisk the Tropers away.

Moral: Movie isn't allowed to make sequel episodes any more.

Cast of tropers:

  • Movie Reference
  • Tales of Under
  • razorrozar 7
  • TropesForever
  • G2 Battle Convoy

Episode Fourteen: Tropers: The Series In SPAAAAAAACE!

Zero, having prepared jetpacks and spacesuits, decides to lead the tropers to space while they fly on the Great Eagles. The other tropers show general contentment and excitement at the prospect of space travel, as Movie provides air-support for the Eagles. Razor and Taco return from a gay pride parade, meaning the tropers can now head to space.

After swapping suggestions, the tropers decide to infiltrate a Star Destroyer in pajamas, which makes sense as Tropes credits Douglas Adams with writing this episode.

Tropes then poses the alternate idea of visiting Bev's home planet of Xathos. After Zero posits the posibility of posing Bev against the Status Quo, despite the Status Quo being dead.

Bev eventually re-arrives into the episode, and is suspicious of the tropers' motives of going to Xathos. Zero tries to convince Bev to give them permission to go to Xathos and put her into a Death Battle, but soon the Great Eagle they're ridden on crashes into Xathos.

Moral: Never expect a concept to not be explored.

Cast of tropers:

  • ZeroL
  • Movie Reference
  • G2 Battle Convoy
  • TropesForever
  • Zackontheattack
  • razorrozar 7
  • Taco Badger
  • Bacon Zorp

Episode Fourteen: Xathos or Bustnote 

After surviving the crash, Movie seems unaware of actually sustaining any damage, before realizing he's snapped his leg on the crash. Bev declines any Death Battles, and Zero begins scheming to fight the Status Quo with his Zeros.

The tropers begin bickering about the Status Quo being dead, and Author powers and some shit, before they realize they are in the Oil Slick Fields of Xathos. After spending a night with an oil farmer, Movie's leg is fixed, and the Tropers head off. Taco suggests meeting Bev's family, though Bev is more than reluctant.

Bev reminds the tropers that she was bred for war, and as such, has only a foster family. Movie, however, doesn't care, and simply guns for trying to technologically outdo the Xathian race. Bev isn't able to offer advanced insight, and the little she gives paints the picture of an impossible job for Movie, which G2 and Bev both push against him doing. Movie resolves that in order to outdo the standard Xathian laser pistol, he will add a Furry Ray function to it.

Taco arrives back at the tropers with a Xathian in tow, who claims to be Bev's lead cross-breeder. However, Bev goes on to disprove that this man has any relation to her. Either way, soon Bev and the Xathian converse, Movie accidentally reveals the continuing of Earth's existence, which Xathians were seeking to end.

The gang moves on, to a Xathian city, where they talk with a Xathian who speaks a different language. The Xathian eventually starts speaking English, telling the tropers they can't bring human tech into the city, calling Movie's miniporter a cheap copy. Movie decides to park his spaceship somewhere, triple-posts, and then Tropes decides to help him park it atop a building.

Cut to court, where presumably the building has caved in on itself, and the tropers are being held responsible. Taco and Tropes attempt to defend themselves, but they bungle their preparations. Taco decides to defend the tropers in Tropes' place, and pleas guilty in hopes of parole, blocking Tropes and Movie's interjections by claiming they're not speaking English. The judge, tired of this tomfoolery, calls all the tropers to be deported from Xathos taped to a rocket ship. Taco makes a last minute escape wielding his own burning shoes, and Movie teleports back to his own ship to leave, grabbing the other tropers along the way.

Realizing Taco's been left behind, Tales arrives, and the gang travels back in time, to before they went to Xathos; Zero and Tropes so that Taco doesn't mess with time travel, Tales so that the show avoids what he believes were pitfalls of Cerebus Syndrome, and Movie so that they can retcon the series. The gang undoes the trip to Xathos, and Movie attempts to push the full retcon. Tales says they should simply kill Gangrenous F to reinstate the Status Quo, before instead deciding to kill Taco, in the hopes of purging amorality from the cast. Taco meanwhile, argues the entire cast is amoral, aside from Tropes and G2. Movie continues begging for retcon, but Tropes instead offers a lighter, more comedic, next episode.

Technically, the episode doesn't end with a moral, but it does receive a moral near the halfway mark.

Moral: Movie still doesn't know where to park his goddamn ship.

Cast of tropers:

  • Taco Badger
  • Movie Reference
  • Bacon Zorp
  • TropesForever
  • ZeroL
  • G2 Battle Convoy
  • Zackontheattack
  • Tales of Under

Episode Fifteen: Comedy Tonight

Tales and Taco make plans to go the local bar Comedy Tonight, before Tropes conveniently arrives, revealing he's landed a gig doing stand-up at the very same bar. The duo gives him support, but refuses to hear his act before the performance, leaving Tropes to perform for a mailbox, while Taco, Tales, and Movie head to the club.

Tales reveals to his compatriots that they booked absurdly high-end first class seats. As Tales uses the club's odd bevy of cartoon streaming services, Movie decides to heckle the current stand-up comic, Jerry Seinfeld. Bev and G2 arrive, as Tropes begins performing. The performance goes less than stellar, so to spice things up, the writers add fergzilla, to appeal to the kids. Maxwell and Spinosegnosaurus77 soon arrive, as well as Helios, a NPC of Zero's.

Meanwhile, Movie and Taco get into a fight, which Tropes uses to his advantage, turning his stand-up into a wrestling narration. Taco, Movie, and Maxwell stretch into this mold, and get into a fight for the crowd's entertainment. Helios attempts to intervene, but ultimately, Taco downs Maxwell, and Movie beats Taco into submission with chairs.

Cast of tropers:

  • TropesForever
  • Tales of Under
  • Taco Badger
  • Movie Reference
  • G2 Battle Convoy
  • Bacon Zorp
  • fergzilla
  • fdiaperhead
  • ZeroL
  • Spinosegnosaurus 77
  • Zackontheattack

Episode Sixteen: The Gang Recounts Tales of Old Friends

Man, nothing really happens. There's some bickering, Tropes starts speaking Portuguese, and then it ends. There's not even a moral.

Cast of tropers:

  • Movie Reference
  • G2 Battle Convoy
  • Tales of Under
  • fdiaperhead
  • Taco Badger
  • TropesForever

Episode Seventeen: Repilot

Due to the fact that no one wanted a Re-Pilot aside from Movie, the plot starts on a planenote , and Taco reveals the gang has become Colombian drug mules, however they have somehow caught themselves in the pickle of this; they're flying over thick jungle with no gasoline, and beginning to crash.

As Tropes jumps from the plane, Taco does a risky maneuver to crash him back in, killing his appendix, and insuring the plane's crash. Maxwell informs Tropes on the biological history of the appendix after he asks about it, and the plane crashes. Movie attempts to teleport away at the last second, but a counter-measure by Taco sends him back. Movie breaks his legs in the process.

The tropers, all a little injured from the crash, begin to go over their options, being stuck in a jungle and all. G2 just now realizes they've been trafficking drugs, having been tricked by Taco prior. Tropes then gets the idea to contact the drug lords who supplied them. Without cellular data, the gang tries to send smoke signals, though Tropes manages to mess it up by simply engulfing the crashed plane more on fire.

Movie tries to work to dismantle Taco's countermeasure, but this evolves into a bickering session. A tiger nears the tropers, however Movie is able to blow it up with ease. Tropes then recalls G2's Gundam Radio, which G2 uses to call base, helping the Tropers out.

Tropes questions whether or not to continue implementing the moral, when Tales rushes in with news that the series is declining in ratings.

Moral: Our show is declining!

Cast of tropers:

  • Movie Reference
  • Taco Badger
  • Tales of Under
  • TropesForever
  • fdiaperhead
  • G2 Battle Convoy

Episode Unknown: Quest For Ratingsnote 

In order to up the ratings, Tropes suggests sexing and violencing, which Taco begins doing whole-heartedly. Tropes goes on to reference current fads, date a bikini model, and assist Tales in desecrating a terrorist.

The idea of character death is brought up as a potential ratings boost, so Taco shoots Movie and Bev shoots herselfnote . The introduction of new character William Radar Storm is used. William takes a stab at perceiving the kinds of characters the tropers are, but isn't 100% accurate. This leads to some conversing.

Movie awakens from being shot, yelling at Taco about it. Movie decides he wants to take it out on someone.

Moral: Avoid unluckiness.

Cast of tropers:

Episode Seventeen: The Quest to Kill the Writers or make them resign note 

A group of armed men arrive and surround the tropers, as they are the writers. These armed men never actively interact with the tropers however.

Vampireandthen arrives, wondering if they're now a star. The tropers' conversation is interrupted by the sound of streaming, which William shoots with a shotgun. Penroses is revealed to have been caught by the fire, and so the tropers, and Penroses himself, begin looting Penroses' remains, causing much confusion. Several Penroses soon arrive.

When G2's Gundam comes up, some Penroseses, Taco, and Vampire all spark interest in it. Vampire pulls a gun, and Taco sticks to the Gundam like a tick, claiming ownership due to possessing a Moore Brotherhood ID card. Vampire kills iflewaway as he enters, and the killing shot also hits William in the shoulder.

Puma and the Canned Laughter Machine return, though Movie attempts to kill the Machine, accidentally knocking William unconscious in the process. The Penroseses begin to brawl with each other.

The particularly brawl-happy Penroses 6, who kills Movie and himself by punching an explosive button. Movie is replaced by the other Movie made via time travel in Xathos or Bust. The Penroseses and Tropers don't particularly resolve anything.

Moral: Never let Pen make clones or they’ll kill you.

Cast of tropers:

  • Movie Reference
  • Taco Badger
  • G2 Battle Convoy
  • Tales of Under
  • William Radar Storm
  • TropesForever
  • Vampireandthen
  • Penroses
  • iflewaway
  • DrNoPuma

Episode Eighteen: An Episode with the Alt-Crew

Movie tries to coerce the tropers into watching footage of this Movie's old crew of friends.

Tropes instead, simply states that he feels this is the death of the thread, as they battle general disinterest and constant hiatus. Pen, feeling his clones are a new feature adding to the show, lets his replacement clones into the apartment.

Tropes declares that he is ready for a Grand Finale. William states they'll need to bring back old players, and G2 guesses his Gundam won't be of use.

He is proven correct in a roundabout way; Taco arrives, claiming that in order for a Grand Finale, they need higher stakes, so he blew up G2's Gundam in the middle of Times Square.

Cast of tropers:

  • Movie Reference
  • Penroses
  • G2 Battle Convoy
  • TropesForever
  • Vampireandthen
  • William Radar Storm
  • Taco Badger
  • Tales of Under

Episode Nineteen: Look we never use episode titles properly anyway, it doesn't matter.note 

G2 chews out Taco for destroying his Gundam, as Movie and William suggest time traveling to fix it.

The thread then dies for a month.

Movie, a Penroses, and Tales, awakening, move into a new episode.

Moral: Always do your threads.

Cast of tropers:

  • TropesForever
  • iflewaway
  • G2 Battle Convoy
  • Taco Badger
  • Movie Reference
  • William Radar Storm
  • Tales of Under
  • Penroses

Episode Unknown: The Wham Episode Which Is Packed With Comedy And Thrillsnote 

G2, Movie, and Taco gripe to begin with. All of the sudden, Crystal Memoria, an old friend of G2's, and a Shrinking Violet, enters the episode.

G2 and Crystal converse for a while before G2 is forced to head out, leaving Crystal with Movie, who tries to get her to instigate a plot. Crystal is reluctant, but she heads the plot toward Magical Girl territory. Movie uses one of his inventions to turn Crystal into a Magical Girl.

As they test her powers, Crystal uses her wand to manifest and control a doll which looks like Aichi. Crystal falls instantly in love, though Movie fails to see any practicality in the power. Crystal, deciding she never want Aichi to be in battle, crafts a Kirby doll to train instead. Kirby goes up against a training bot of Movie's.

Scotie Rw arrives at the mention of magical girls, and has Movie transform her as well. Scotie has the urge to catch up on the show, so she leaves. Crystal asks if she has to, Movie says no, while Crystal is flipping through the archives.

Movie asks if they should do a magical-girl-themed episode, and Crystal and Scotie say yes. Scotie starts shooting a gun (and then realizes that she's OP), while Crystal, by mistake, makes an entire army of dolls. Crystal unsummons the dolls, after a request to do so, but then summons some more for Scotie to shoot. Scotie shoots all of them, but then Crystal makes an infinite number of them, which all get shot by Scotie.

Crystal starts mourning the doll, while Scotie laughs insanely. Movie states that this will begin a cast war, Scotie changes back into her normal form, and Crystal conjures up another Aichi doll. Crystal is still mourning (or maybe that was just lack of emotion), as Scotie vows that she'll never transform again.

Crystal comforts herself, and says it's just a doll, and Scottie wants to know is Crystal is alright. Crystal says that she is fine, Scottie says that they is never fine, and they have a group hug.

to be continued

Cast of tropers:

Episode Twenty-Four: Stuff... Happens?

Cast of tropers:

  • Crystal Memoria
  • G2 Battle Convoy
  • Movie Reference
  • William Radar Storm
  • Lymantria
  • Taco Badger
  • Tales of Under
  • EeveeGirlChey

Episode Twenty-Two: A Plot Entirely Around The Pokemon Cardsnote 

Cast of tropers:

  • Tales of Under
  • Eevee Girl Chey

Episode Twenty-Three: The New Frood on The Block

Cast of tropers:

  • Eevee Girl Chey
  • Movie Reference
  • Tales of Under

Episode Twenty-Four: What Shall We Do with The Sick Betelgeusian?

Cast of tropers:

  • Eevee Girl Chey
  • Tales of Under

Episode Twenty-Four: Lovey-Dovey Fluff for The Viewersnote 

Cast of tropers:

Episode Twenty-Six: More Pokemon Card Fun Because What the Hey And This Can't Be Removed Or Written Over So Ha.note 

Cast of tropers:

  • Tales of Under
  • Eevee Girl Chey
  • Penroses
  • ZeroL
  • G2 Battle Convoy
  • Crystal Memoria
  • Totally Not An Alien
  • TropesForever
  • Zanreo
  • William Radar Storm

Episode Twenty-Seven: Tropers: The Series: The Musical!note 

Cast of tropers:

  • Eevee Girl Chey
  • Tales of Under
  • Totally Not An Alien
  • Zanreo
  • TropesForever
  • G2 Battle Convoy
  • Crystal Memoria
  • Movie Reference
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    Season Three 

Episode One: Thirty Minutes Over Tokyo

Cast of tropers:

  • Tales of Under
  • Eevee Girl Chey
  • TropesForever
  • G2 Battle Convoy
  • Zanreo
  • Crystal Memoria
  • Joker45654
  • josh 6243

Episode Two: El Viaje Misterioso de Neustro Tropers

Cast of tropers:

  • Tales of Under
  • Eevee Girl Chey
  • TropesForever
  • Zanreo
  • josh 6243
  • Joker45654
  • Crystal Memoria
  • G2 Battle Convoy

Episode Three: Pyramid Scheme

Cast of tropers:

Episode Four: Jungle Boogie

Cast of tropers:

  • Tales of Under
  • Def Revenge 24601
  • Eevee Girl Chey
  • Penroses
  • Joker45654
  • Quantum Melody 29
  • William Radar Storm
  • josh 6243
  • Random Writer 413

Episode Five: Oi Mate

Cast of tropers:

  • Tales of Under
  • Eevee Girl Chey
  • Def Revenge 24601
  • William Radar Storm
  • josh 6243
  • Joker45654
  • Quantum Melody 29
  • Penroses

Episode Six: Greece Lightning

Cast of tropers:

  • Tales of Under
  • Quantum Melody 29
  • Eevee Girl Chey
  • josh 6243
  • Def Revenge 24601
  • Joker45654
  • TropesForever

Episode Seven: The Troper’s New Groove

Cast of tropers:

  • Tales of Under
  • Eevee Girl Chey
  • Def Revenge 24601
  • TropesForever
  • Quantum Melody 29
  • josh 6243
  • DrNoPuma
  • Immortal Faust
  • Zanreo

Episode Eight: The Obligatory Beach Episode

Cast of tropers:

  • Eevee Girl Chey
  • Quantum Melody 29
  • DrNoPuma
  • Zanreo
  • Def Revenge 24601
  • TropesForever
  • josh 6243
  • Tales of Under
  • Penroses

Episode Nine: The Karate Tropers

Cast of tropers:

  • Tales of Under
  • TropesForever
  • Eevee Girl Chey
  • Quantum Melody 29
  • DrNoPuma
  • Def Revenge 24601
  • Zanreo
  • Taco Badger
  • josh 6243
  • dave_the_assassin

Episode Ten: Boomerang Effect

Cast of tropers:

  • Tales of Under
  • josh 6243
  • TropesForever
  • DrNoPuma
  • Eevee Girl Chey
  • Taco Badger
  • Def Revenge 24601
  • Quantum Melody 29
  • atimnie

Episode Eleven: And The Lights All Went Out in Massachusetts

Cast of tropers:

  • Eevee Girl Chey
  • Tales of Under
  • Taco Badger
  • TropesForever
  • DrNoPuma
  • josh 6243
  • atimnie
  • Def Revenge 24601

Episode Twelve: Volez-Vous

Cast of tropers:

  • Eevee Girl Chey
  • Taco Badger
  • Quantum Melody 29
  • TropesForever
  • josh 6243
  • DrNoPuma
  • Tales of Under
  • atimnie
  • Def Revenge 24601

Episode Thirteen: Silliness in Sweden

Cast of tropers:

  • Eevee Girl Chey
  • atimnie
  • DrNoPuma
  • Taco Badger
  • TropesForever
  • Def Revenge 24601
  • josh 6243
  • Quantum Melody 29
  • Playing_with_boy
  • Tales of Under
  • Movie Reference
  • Zanreo

Episode Fourteen: Red Submarine

Cast of tropers:

  • TropesForever
  • Taco Badger
  • Def Revenge 24601
  • Eevee Girl Chey
  • Movie Reference
  • Zanreo
  • atimnie
  • DrNoPuma
  • Quantum Melody 29
  • wingedcatgirl
  • josh 6243

Episode Fifteen: The Tropers Go Crazy! (...with the plot, to be precise)

Cast of tropers:

  • Eevee Girl Chey
  • Penroses
  • atimnie
  • Quantum Melody 29
  • josh 6243
  • Taco Badger
  • Zanreo
  • TropesForever
  • Coleman
  • DrNoPuma

Episode Sixteen: Tropers: The Series...Again

Cast of tropers:

  • TropesForever
  • josh 6243
  • Eevee Girl Chey
  • Taco Badger
  • DrNoPuma
  • Zanreo
  • Tales of Under
  • Quantum Melody 29
  • Def Revenge 24601

Episode Seventeen: The Sweat Lodge

Cast of tropers:

  • Taco Badger
  • Eevee Girl Chey
  • TropesForever
  • Zanreo
  • DrNoPuma
  • josh 6243
  • Def Revenge 24601
  • Quantum Melody 29

Episode Eighteen: Invasion of the Ford Prefects

Cast of tropers:

  • Taco Badger
  • Eevee Girl Chey
  • Quantum Melody 29
  • TropesForever
  • DrNoPuma
  • josh 6243
  • Def Revenge 24601

Episode Nineteen: Wilde Zeiten in Zürichnote 

Cast of tropers:

  • Eeevee Girl Chey
  • TropesForever
  • Taco Badger
  • Def Revenge 24601
  • Tales of Under
  • josh 6243
  • Playing_with_boy
  • Zanreo

Episode Twenty: Docking Port In Portugal

Cast of Tropers:

  • Tales of Under
  • Eevee Girl Chey
  • TropesForever
  • Playing_with_boy
  • Taco Badger
  • Zanreo
  • josh 6243
  • DrNoPuma

Episode Twenty One: Badgamino

Cast of tropers:

  • Taco Badger
  • Eevee Girl Chey
  • TropesForever
  • DrNoPuma
  • josh 6243
  • Zanreo
  • Def Revenge 24601
  • Tales of Under

Episode Twenty Two: The Beginning Of The End, Part 1

Cast of tropers:

  • Tales of Under
  • Taco Badger
  • TropesForever
  • DrNoPuma
  • Eevee Girl Chey
  • josh 6243
  • Zanreo
  • Playing_with_boy
  • Def Revenge 24601
  • Coleman
  • Tre

Episode Twenty Three: The Beginning Of The End, Part 2

Cast of tropers:

  • Eevee Girl Chey
  • Taco Badger
  • TropesForever
  • josh 6243
  • Tales of Under
  • Zanreo
  • hanwen 1234
  • Playing_with_boy
  • Quantum Melody 29
  • Def Revenge 24601

    Season Four 

Episode One: Back to Tropesburg

Cast of tropers:

  • Taco Badger
  • TropesForever
  • Eevee Girl Chey
  • Def Revenge 24601
  • josh 6243
  • Zanreo
  • DrNoPuma
  • Playing_with_boy

Episode Two: The Cat Who Did Too Much

Cast of tropers:

  • Def Revenge 24601
  • Taco Badger
  • Playing_with_boy
  • Eevee Girl Chey
  • TropesForever
  • Zanreo
  • DrNoPuma
  • josh 6243
  • Tales of Under

Episode Three: The Obligatory Camping Episode

Cast of tropers:

  • Eevee Girl Chey
  • TropesForever
  • Taco Badger
  • Zanreo
  • josh 6243
  • Def Revenge 24601
  • Playing_with_boy
  • Tales of Under
  • dutchguy 1986

Episode Four: The Tropers Stay Home

Cast of tropers:

  • Eevee Girl Chey
  • Taco Badger
  • Playing_with_boy
  • josh 6243

Episode Five: Honey, I Shrunk The Tropers!

Cast of tropers:

  • Taco Badger
  • Eevee Girl Chey
  • Playing_with_boy
  • TropesForever
  • Quantum Melody 29

Episode Six: The Obligatory Very Special Episode

Cast of tropers:

  • Eevee Girl Chey
  • Playing_with_boy
  • Taco Badger
  • TropesForever

Episode Seven: Perplexion Day

Cast of tropers:

  • TropesForever
  • Taco Badger
  • Eevee Girl Chey
  • Playing_with_boy
  • Tales of Under
  • josh 6243
  • DrNoPuma

Episode OMITTED BY LONAGAN CO.: A Degree In Murdernote 

Cast of tropers:

  • Tales of Under
  • Taco Badger
  • Eevee Girl Chey
  • josh 6243
  • TropesForever
  • DrNoPuma
  • Zanreo
  • Playing_with_boy
  • Crossover Fan 23

Episode Nine: Obligatory Spooky Halloween Episode!

Cast of tropers:

  • Tales of Under
  • TropesForever
  • Taco Badger
  • Eevee Girl Chey
  • josh 6243
  • DrNoPuma
  • Zanreo
  • Playing_with_boy
  • Crossover Fan 23
  • Hyper Real
  • Def Revenge 24601

Episode Ten: A Breather Episode Since the Past Two Episodes Were a Bit Intense

Cast of tropers:

  • Eevee Girl Chey
  • TropesForever
  • Zanreo
  • Taco Badger
  • Crossover Fan 23
  • Tales of Under
  • Playing_with_boy

Episode Eleven: Money, Money, Money

Cast of tropers:

  • Eevee Girl Chey
  • TropesForever
  • Tales of Under
  • Playing_with_boy
  • Taco Badger
  • Hyper Real

Episode Twelve: Tropers Fortress 2

Cast of tropers:

  • Tales of Under
  • Taco Badger
  • Playing_with_boy
  • TropesForever
  • Eevee Girl Chey
  • Def Revenge 24601
  • Zanreo
  • Hyper Real
  • DrNoPuma

Episode HI MOM!: Tropers: The Series: The Documentarynote 

Cast of tropers:

  • Tales of Under
  • TropesForever
  • Eevee Girl Chey
  • Taco Badger
  • josh 6243
  • William Radar Storm
  • DrNoPuma
  • Zanreo
  • Def Revenge 24601
  • Playing_with_boy
  • Hyper Real

Episode Fourteen: The Gundam Pilot and the Girl with the Aichi Doll

Cast of tropers:

  • TropesForever
  • DrNoPuma
  • Tales of Under
  • G2 Battle Convoy
  • Crystal Memoria
  • Taco Badger
  • Eevee Girl Chey
  • Def Revenge 24601
  • Playing_with_boy
  • Zanreo
  • josh 6243
  • Hyper Real

Episode Fifteen: Cirque du Tropers

Cast of tropers:

  • Tales of Under
  • Eevee Girl Chey
  • TropesForever
  • josh 6243
  • Def Revenge 24601
  • Playing_with_boy
  • Zanreo
  • Taco Badger
  • Hyper Real
  • Aveyond
  • DrNoPuma

Episode Sixteen: In Plane Sight

Cast of tropers:

  • Taco Badger
  • Eevee Girl Chey
  • TropesForever
  • Zanreo
  • Aveyond
  • Def Revenge 24601
  • josh 6243
  • Tales of Under
  • DrNoPuma
  • Playing_with_boy

Christmas Special 2018: Troping All the Way

Cast of tropers:

  • Eevee Girl Chey
  • Zanreo
  • Def Revenge 24601
  • Taco Badger
  • TropesForever
  • Aveyond
  • Tales of Under
  • Playing_with_boy
  • josh 6243
  • Hyper Real
  • DrNoPuma
  • sabrina_diamond
  • Spottedleaf

    Season Five 

Episode One: Slots And Martinis

Cast of tropers:

  • Tales of Under
  • Eevee Girl Chey
  • TropesForever
  • josh 6243
  • Taco Badger
  • Playing_with_boy
  • Zanreo
  • Aveyond
  • Spottedleaf
  • DrNoPuma
  • Hyper Real

Episode Two: Sorry, I Don't Speak 'Baguette'

Cast of tropers:

  • TropesForever
  • Aveyond
  • josh 6243
  • Taco Badger
  • Zanreo
  • Eevee Girl Chey
  • Tales of Under
  • DrNoPuma
  • Playing_with_boy
  • Def Revenge 24601
  • 4WD
  • Bobthedeadguy

Episode Three: Revenge's Day Off

Cast of tropers:

  • TropesForever
  • Bobthedeadguy
  • Zanreo
  • DrNoPuma
  • Def Revenge 24601
  • Taco Badger
  • Eevee Girl Chey
  • Tales of Under
  • 4WD
  • Aveyond
  • josh 6243
  • Hyper Real
  • Playing_with_boy

Episode Four: Law And Order: Tropesberg Unit

Cast of tropers:

  • Tales of Under
  • Bobthedeadguy
  • Zanreo
  • Eevee Girl Chey
  • 4WD
  • Playing_with_boy
  • Hyper Real
  • DrNoPuma
  • Taco Badger
  • Def Revenge 24601
  • Aveyond
  • TropesForever
  • josh 6243

Episode Five: The Tropesberg Rebellion

Cast of tropers:

  • Taco Badger
  • DrNoPuma
  • Tales of Under
  • josh 6243
  • Eevee Girl Chey
  • Bobthedeadguy
  • Zanreo
  • 4WD
  • Aveyond
  • Def Revenge 24601

Episode Six: Robin and the Clefairy

Cast of tropers:

  • Eevee Girl Chey
  • Taco Badger
  • 4WD
  • DrNoPuma
  • Zanreo
  • Tales of Under
  • Bobthedeadguy
  • Aveyond
  • Def Revenge 24601
  • josh 6243
  • TropesForever

Episode Seven: Super Smash Tropers

Cast of tropers:

  • Zanreo
  • Eevee Girl Chey
  • 4WD
  • TropesForever
  • Aveyond
  • josh 6243
  • Bobthedeadguy
  • Tales of Under
  • Taco Badger
  • DrNoPuma
  • Def Revenge 24601

Episode Eight: I Bet You Look Good on the Dancefloor

Cast of tropers:

  • TropesForever
  • Aveyond
  • Tales of Under
  • Zanreo
  • Eevee Girl Chey
  • Bobthedeadguy
  • DrNoPuma
  • Taco Badger
  • josh 6243
  • 4WD
  • Def Revenge 24601

Episode Nine: Reckless Driving Causes Friendships

Cast of tropers:

  • 4WD
  • Aveyond
  • EeveeGirlChey
  • Zanreo
  • Def Revenge 24601
  • Bobthedeadguy
  • Tales of Under
  • Taco Badger
  • DrNoPuma
  • josh 6243
  • TropesForever

Episode Ten: Godbless U

Cast of tropers:

  • Taco Badger
  • 4WD
  • Def Revenge 24601
  • DrNoPuma
  • Aveyond
  • Zanreo
  • EeveeGirlChey
  • TropesForever
  • Tales of Under
  • Bobthedeadguy
  • josh 6243
  • Playing_with_boy
  • Mvfl G note 
  • The White Wolf
  • JTTW Lover
  • Lymantria
  • Like A Pie

Episode Eleven: The Gang Gets Anomalous

Cast of tropers:

  • Bobthedeadguy
  • JTTW Lover
  • Taco Badger
  • DrNoPuma
  • josh 6243
  • Zanreo
  • EeveeGirlChey
  • Tales of Under
  • Aveyond
  • TropesForever
  • 4WD
  • Playing_with_boy
  • Heyitsgalaxycreeper
  • Def Revenge 24601

Episode Twelve: Mechani-chaos

Cast of tropers:

  • TropesForever
  • Heyitsgalaxycreeper
  • EeveeGirlChey
  • JTTW Lover
  • DrNoPuma
  • Bobthedeadguy
  • Aveyond
  • Zanreo
  • Tales of Under
  • 4WD
  • Taco Badger
  • josh 6243
  • Autistic Alivia

Episode Thirteen: Ruckus Over Repast

Cast of tropers:

  • Taco Badger
  • DrNoPuma
  • Zanreo
  • Aveyond
  • EeveeGirlChey
  • josh 6243
  • TropesForever
  • JTTW Lover
  • Bobthedeadguy
  • Heyitsgalaxycreeper
  • Tales of Under
  • Autistic Alivia
  • Keiron Cioran
  • Like A Pie
  • 4WD
  • Tre
  • Def Revenge 24601
  • Dristarg

Episode Fourteen: The Shawshank Redumbtion

Cast of tropers:

  • Tales of Under
  • TropesForever
  • Bobthedeadguy
  • EeveeGirlChey
  • josh 6243
  • Keiron Cioran
  • DrNoPuma
  • Aveyond
  • Vengeful Bale
  • Zanreo
  • Taco Badger
  • Heyitsgalaxycreeper
  • JTTW Lover
  • Autistic Alivia
  • Daytime Nightmare
  • 4WD
  • Spottedleaf
  • Tabby Girl 4

Episode Fifteen: Tropesberg's Got Talent

Cast of tropers:

  • Eevee Girl Chey
  • TropesForever
  • Autistic Alivia
  • Aveyond
  • DrNoPuma
  • Bobthedeadguy
  • Keiron Cioran
  • Heyitsgalaxycreeper
  • Tales of Under
  • Zanreo
  • 4WD
  • josh 6243
  • Tabby Girl 4
  • Taco Badger
  • JTTW Lover
  • arimothereindeer
  • Spottedleaf

Episode Sixteen: It's Raining Right Here

Cast of tropers:

  • DrNoPuma
  • Aveyond
  • Zanreo
  • Bobthedeadguy
  • EeveeGirlChey
  • TropesForever
  • Tales of Under
  • Taco Badger
  • JTTW Lover
  • Heyitsgalaxycreeper
  • Tabby Girl 4
  • Autistic Alivia
  • Spottedleaf
  • Keiron Cioran
  • arimothereindeer
  • sabrina_diamond
  • josh 6243
  • Blaring Coder 01
  • Def Revenge 24601
  • 4WD
  • johannes4123
  • K Jsixteen

Episode Seventeen: Tropecon 2019

Cast of tropers:

  • Tales of Under
  • TropesForever
  • josh 6243
  • Zanreo
  • Eevee Girl Chey
  • JTTW Lover
  • sabrina_diamond
  • Aveyond
  • 4WD
  • Heyitsgalaxycreeper
  • arimothereindeer
  • Autistic Alivia
  • Def Revenge 24601
  • johannes 4123
  • Bobthedeadguy
  • Taco Badger
  • DrNoPuma
  • Tabby Girl 4
  • KJsixteen
  • Beverly

Episode Eighteen: Go, Go, Power Tropers! A Exciting Adventure with Mechas!

Cast of tropers:

  • EeveeGirlChey
  • Beverly
  • sabrina_diamond
  • TropesForever
  • Aveyond
  • Bobthedeadguy
  • Taco Badger
  • JTTW Lover
  • Heyitsgalaxycreeper
  • Zanreo
  • arimothereindeer
  • KJsixteen
  • johannes 4123
  • Tabby Girl 4
  • Tales of Under
  • Autistic Alivia
  • DrNoPuma
  • josh 6243

EPISODE NINETEEN: THE SPACE JAIL ONE

Cast of tropers

  • Beverly
  • Tales of Under
  • TropesForever
  • Taco Badger
  • Aveyond
  • Bobthedeadguy
  • Zanreo
  • arimothereindeer
  • EeveeGirlChey
  • DrNoPuma
  • sabrina_diamond
  • Heyitsgalaxycreeper
  • johannes 4123
  • Autistic Alivia
  • KJsixteen
  • josh 6243
  • JTTW Lover
  • Afterwards
  • Def Revenge 24601
  • Tabby Girl 4
  • Vengeful Bale

Episode Twenty: The Carnival is Not Over

Cast of tropers:

  • TropesForever
  • Zanreo
  • EeveeGirlChey
  • Aveyond
  • sabrina_diamond
  • Afterwards
  • DrNoPuma
  • Vengeful Bale
  • Beverly
  • johannnes 4123
  • arimothereindeer
  • Autistic Alivia
  • Bobthedeadguy
  • Taco Badger
  • josh 6243
  • Tales of Under
  • JTTW Lover
  • Def Revenge 24601
  • Spottedleaf
  • Heyitsgalaxycreeper

Episode Twenty-One: Played for a Fool

Cast of tropers:

  • TropesForever
  • Eevee Girl Chey
  • Afterwards
  • Bobthedeadguy
  • Tales of Under
  • Zanreo
  • josh 6243
  • sabrina_diamond
  • Def Revenge 24601
  • The White Wolf
  • Aveyond
  • Autistic Alivia
  • Tabby Girl 4
  • Taco Badger
  • DrNoPuma
  • arimothereindeer
  • Beverly
  • Owen The Litten Fan

Episode Twenty-Two: The Magic Tool Bus (Journey to the World Within)

Cast of tropers:

  • Afterwards
  • Tales of Under
  • TropesForever
  • Aveyond
  • Taco Badger
  • EeveeGirlChey
  • Zanreo
  • sabrina_diamond
  • Autistic Alivia
  • DrNoPuma
  • arimothereindeer
  • josh 6243
  • 4WD
  • Def Revenge 24601
  • Bobthedeadguy
  • The White Wolf
  • Johannes 4123
  • Tabby Girl 4
  • Sky Cat 32

Episode Twenty-Three: Tropers of the Lost Ark

Cast of tropers:

  • TropesForever
  • arimothereindeer
  • josh6243
  • Tabby Girl 4
  • Taco Badger
  • EeveeGirlChey
  • The White Wolf
  • Def Revenge 24601
  • DrNoPuma
  • johannes 4123
  • Zanreo
  • Aveyond
  • Autistic Alivia
  • Bobthedeadguy
  • Tales of Under
  • Afterwards
  • sabrina_diamond
  • KJ sixteen
  • 4WD
  • Spottedleaf

Episode Twenty-Four: The Royal Wedding

Cast of tropers:

  • TropesForever
  • Tales of Under
  • Afterwards
  • sabrina_diamond
  • Taco Badger
  • Eevee Girl Chey
  • Bobthedeadguy
  • josh 6243
  • 4WD
  • Zanreo
  • johannes 4123
  • arimothereindeer
  • Autistic Alivia
  • Tabby Girl 4
  • Spottedleaf
  • DrNoPuma
  • Def Revenge 24601
  • Aveyond
  • Random Writer 413

    Season Six 

Episode One: A Danish Play

Cast of tropers:

  • Taco Badger
  • TropesForever
  • Tales of Under
  • sabrina_diamond
  • Eevee Girl Chey
  • 4WD
  • josh 6243
  • johannes 4123
  • Bobthedeadguy
  • Zanreo
  • Afterwards
  • Aveyond
  • The White Wolf
  • arimothereindeer
  • Autistic Alivia
  • Tabby Girl 4
  • Spottedleaf
  • DrNoPuma
  • Playing_with_boy
  • Def Revenge 24601

Episode Two: Disco'n'tinued

Cast of tropers:

  • TropesForever
  • DrNoPuma
  • Afterwards
  • Bobthedeadguy
  • EeveeGirlChey
  • Playing_with_boy
  • josh 6243
  • Autistic Alivia
  • Def Revenge 24601
  • Taco Badger
  • arimothereindeer
  • TabbyGirl4
  • Zanreo
  • 4WD
  • sabrina_diamond
  • Aveyond
  • Spottedleaf
  • Tales of Under
  • johannes 4123
  • The White Wolf
  • albertrojas

Episode Three: Hit the Deck Before That Iceberg Does!

Cast of tropers:

  • TropesForever
  • Aveyond
  • sabrina_diamond
  • EeveeGirlChey
  • Afterwards
  • TabbyGirl4
  • TacoBadger
  • Zanreo
  • Bobthedeadguy
  • AutisticAlivia
  • Playing_with_boy
  • arimothereindeer
  • johannes4123
  • josh 6243
  • DrNoPuma
  • Tales of Under
  • Spottedleaf
  • Def Revenge 24601

Episode Four: Showa Little Respect!

Cast of tropers:

  • arimothereindeer
  • Aveyond
  • Bobthedeadguy
  • johannes 4123
  • sabrina_diamond
  • Zanreo
  • EeveeGirlChey
  • TabbyGirl4
  • Spottedleaf
  • AutisticAlivia
  • Afterwards
  • josh6243
  • TalesofUnder
  • TropesForever
  • Playing_with_boy
  • DrNoPuma
  • DefRevenge24601
  • Billy5545
  • Top Culture
  • TacoBadger

Episode Five: Queen Victoria's Secret

Cast of toprers:

  • sabrina_diamond
  • TropesForever
  • josh6243
  • DrNoPuma
  • EeveeGirlChey
  • Aveyond
  • Zanreo
  • Monkee
  • AutisticAlivia
  • Bobthedeadguy
  • TabbyGirl4
  • TacoBadger
  • Afterwards
  • Spottedleaf
  • Playing_with_boy
  • arimothereindeer
  • johannes4123
  • TalesofUnder
  • DefRevenge24601
  • TheWhiteWolf

Episode Six: Les Miserables: Werecreature Edition

Cast of tropers:

  • TalesofUnder
  • TacoBadger
  • TheWhiteWolf
  • Zanreo
  • sabrina_diamond
  • josh6243
  • Afterwards
  • Aveyond
  • EeveeGirlChey
  • TropesForever
  • TabbyGirl4
  • AutisticAlivia
  • Bobthedeadguy
  • Playing_with_boy
  • arimothereindeer
  • DrNoPuma
  • Spottedleaf
  • Tre
  • johannes4123
  • Monkee
  • DefRevenge24601

Episode Seven: Mind Games

Cast of tropers:

  • TropesForeveer
  • EeveeGirlChey
  • TalesofUnder
  • arimothereindeer
  • TheWhiteWolf
  • josh6243
  • Zanreo
  • DrNoPuma
  • TacoBadger
  • TabbyGirl4
  • Playing_with_boy
  • Afterwards
  • Aveyond
  • sabrina_diamond
  • Philosopher Stones
  • Bobthedeadguy
  • johannes4123
  • Spottedleaf
  • Reyn The Lord
  • DefRevenge24601
  • AutisticAlivia

Episode Eight: Mind If I Crash Here?

Cast of tropers:

  • TacoBadger
  • sabrina_diamond
  • TropesForever
  • Aveyond
  • EeveeGirlChey
  • Zanreo
  • Bobthedeadguy
  • TabbyGirl4
  • johannes4123
  • Afterwards
  • TheWhiteWolf
  • Spottedleaf
  • DrNoPuma
  • Playing_with_boy
  • josh6243
  • arimothereindeer
  • DefRevenge24601
  • PhilosopherStones

Episode Nine: The Tropers Crown Affair

Cast of tropers:

  • EeveeGirlChey
  • TabbyGirl4
  • Afterwards
  • TalesofUnder
  • Bobthedeadguy
  • Zanreo
  • josh6243
  • TheWhiteWolf
  • DrNoPuma
  • Playing_with_boy
  • sabrina_diamond
  • arimothereindeer
  • TacoBadger
  • Aveyond
  • TropesForever
  • JTTWlover
  • AutisticAlivia
  • Bobthedeadguy
  • DefRevenge24601
  • Spottedleaf
  • Monkee

Episode Ten: Plain Salem

  • TropesForever
  • Afterwards
  • Playing_with_boy
  • EeveeGirlChey
  • DrNoPuma
  • Zanreo
  • sabrina_diamond
  • Bobthedeadguy
  • TheWhiteWolf
  • arimothereindeer
  • Aveyond
  • JTTWlover
  • johannes4123
  • Spottedleaf
  • TabbyGirl4
  • TacoBadger
  • TalesofUnder
  • AutisticAlivia
  • DefRevenge24601
  • josh6243
  • VengefulBale
  • Thecoldboringguy 157
  • Seaners

Episode Eleven: The Wig of Cthulhu

  • Afterwards
  • Josh6243
  • Playing_with_boy
  • EeveeGirlChey
  • Bobthedeadguy
  • arimothereindeer
  • TalesofUnder
  • johannes4123
  • TropesForever
  • Aveyond
  • Seaners
  • JTTWlover
  • sabrina_diamond
  • Zanreo
  • Spottedleaf
  • TheWhiteWolf
  • KeironCioran
  • TabbyGirl4
  • Tre
  • DrNoPuma
  • AutisticAlivia


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