This page is just for fun and experimentation.
Fanfic Trope Pages
Taking place in Spring of 2003, John Lennon finds himself attending his old high school, Quarry Bank, after having a vision of Thanos's infamous finger-snap. The now 15-year-old John has to deal with his confusion over being brought back in an era after his death, his former bandmates acting strange, and his growing attraction to George Harrison.
GSVS contains examples of:
- Ambiguously Human / Humanoid Abomination: Paul has a slightly blocky body in-universe, and he displays inhuman behaviour.
- Axe-Crazy: Paul, Paul, Paul.
- Dying Dream: A common interpretation.
- Enfante Terrible: Paul. At the age of 13, he manages to commit several heinous acts to both fellow children and adults.
- Kid Hero: The protagonists are all in their early- to mid-teens. Subverted as John still has the mind of his 40-year-old self.
- Only Sane Man: Arguably Ringo, since John is slipping in and out of consciousness, George gets uncharacteristically timid, and Paul is Paul.
- Oo C Is Serious Business
- Pintsized Powerhouse / Stout Strength: Paul overpowers and kills multiple people with ease despite being a chubby young teenager. It ties into him being somewhat non-human.
- Wimpification: George. Justified as he's turned 13 recently.
Original Work Trope Pages
Tropes related to The Liebensims
- Audience Participation: From Episode 2 onward.
- Author Avatar / Self-Insert: Goes without saying.
- Big Fancy House: The◊ tropers◊ live◊ in◊ one.◊
- "Friends" Rent Control: The house the main cast resides in is awfully fancy for 8 people with (at the beginning of the series) low-paying jobs.
- Massive Multiplayer Crossover: Aside from having The Beatles as their next-door neighbours, the household also encounters and befriends fictional characters such as Thanos, Robbie Rotten, the Dreemurrs, Sans, Voiceover Pete, and even real-life people such as Billy McFarland and Elizabeth Holmes.
- No Hugging, No Kissing: There are no romantic interactions between the 8 tropers and each other/the non-player characters. (Aside from Wynpole, which is an Official Couple in real life.)
- One Degree of Separation: Everyone knows each other. And I mean everyone.
The Liebenberg TownhouseThe stars of the show. A quirky 8-person household consisting of tropers Bonsai Forest, Zanreo, Cailleach, Undying Phoenix, Wendythe Creeper, Acuddle, Minmus and Lurker 2.
The team in general
Maudlin RanchA four-person household consisting of troper Mvfl G, Actual Beatrice and SymeSynth, as well as a person the narrator knows in real life.
The team in general
Ruby MizeThe local repairwoman.
Oh, and their appliances keep breaking throughout the episode.
Tropes related to Episode 1
- Clock King: The repair service Ruby work for enforces this trope, scheduling her visits◊ to the exact minute◊.
- Early-Bird Cameo: SymeSynth makes a very early appearance, with the episode opening being his brief visit.
- Had to Be Sharp: Downplayed with Acuddle. He was forced to fix the toilets because Ruby would not fix them.
- Here We Go Again!: During The Stinger, Lurker calls Ruby to fix the broken kitchen sink. She fixes it this time, but the oven broke as soon as she left.
- House Fire: Courtesy of a barbecue gone wrong. Everyone except Wendy and Wyn (who put it out) spent the first half of the episode recovering from the shock.
- This trope is however downplayed, as only the grill was destroyed in the fire.
- The Pig-Pen: Wyn's coworker, who complains when she sprays air freshener to mask his foul body odor.
- Overworked Sleep: Poor Acuddle.◊ (He fell asleep as soon as he got home from work, but still.)
- Suspiciously Apropos Music: Bonsai, while typing up reports in the middle of the night, and asked Lin-Z to play him some music. What does it play? This.
- Wrench Wench: The local repairwoman, Ruby. However, whether or not she does the job is debatable.
Tropes related to Episode 2
- Audience Participation: This episode debuts this feature, with Acuddle and Lurker being the lucky ones.
- Birthday Episode: The episode ends with a grand birthday party thrown for Bonsai and Cail.
- Butt-Monkey: Poor Zanreo. First she gets sick◊, then she loses at a Blicblock tournament◊, and to top it all off she ages up before a birthday party could be organised.
- Cerebus Syndrome: This episode touches upon the concept of pox parties numerous times (albeit as a joke), which might be jarring in comparison to the lightheartedness of the previous episode.
- Early Installment Weirdness: For an episode, this one's pretty long.
- Elegant Classical Musician: Lurker is shaping up to be one by playing the violin◊, and bears a resemblance to Sherlock Holmes while doing so.
- Green-Eyed Monster: Acuddle's coworker in the stinger, when the former fixes a problem at work. Thankfully, he only takes it out on a dog toy.
- Happy Dance: Lurker, Acuddle and Cail does this at 7 o'clock in the morning to the song Bubble Tea.
- Important Haircut: Lurker receives one in the stinger.
- Sick Episode: Devolves into this when Zanreo, Bonsai and Lurker gets the flu.
- Snarky Non-Human Sidekick: Lin-Z's true colours really show this episode.
- While Bonsai stayed up doing reports when everyone's asleep, Lin-Z plays him a lullaby.
- The Thing That Would Not Leave: Zanreo's best friend, Cade Gary, invites himself in when everyone else is sleeping or busy, and stays despite promising to leave half an hour prior◊. Ironically, he couldn't come to the birthday party because he was asleep.
- Unresolved Sexual Tension: Wyn and Tadpole's relationship isn't moving as fast as both of them would like it to. This causes some tension for the latter◊.