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  • Creator's Favorite Episode: Robert Stainton thinks that "Break a Bit" is the funniest episode of the series.
  • Colbert Bump: Eddy Grant's "Electric Avenue" gets this in The Movie.
  • Descended Creator: Robert Stainton voices Santed Sailor, and he voices most of the characters in the spin-off Dr. Beanson. Additionally, he does the narration in Greeny Phatom Comics.
  • He Also Did: Some of the people in the Greeny Phatom community were also involved in MYCUN, a series of Carrie Underwood Hate Fic stories that were created after Greeny Phatom fan Geo G. had an incident wherein his sister used his YouTube account to listen to Carrie Underwood songs.
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  • Keep Circulating the Tapes: Most of the original episodes by Robert Stainton have been deleted along with his accounts, with mirrors (sometimes altered for whatever reason) being the only way to see them now.
  • Long-Runners: It's been around since 2008.
  • Name's the Same: The creator of the series, Robert Stainton (who is probably from the Anglosphere), shares his name with a Canadian law professor. The Greeny Phatom Wiki uses a picture of the professor Robert Stainton with a toy of Little Guy edited in via MS Paint on their page for Robert Stainton. The Greeny Phatom Stainton has shown his real face in some videos, so it's unclear as to why the wiki uses the other Stainton. It's possible that the Greeny Phatom Robert Stainton is using an alias.
  • Out of Holiday Episode: "Macedonia's Christmas Poem" came out in May.
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  • Referenced by...: SiIvaGunner, of all people, has at least three "high-quality rips" here, here, and here that make fun of Greeny Phatom and include the show's cast interacting with characters associated with SiIvaGunner and their rips.
  • Talking to Himself: As mentioned above, Robert Stainton voices most of the characters in Dr. Beanson.
  • Un-Canceled: In 2012, Stainton announced that the show would be cancelled following some mishap involving Dragon Ball Z. Despite this, the show continued getting episodes.
  • The Wiki Rule: Yes, it actually has one. But it got shut down twice.
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