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Leo Laporte
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NSFW is a Web Original program on the TWiT network. It has been lovingly nicknamed "TWiT's favorite mistake".


This show provides examples of:

  • All There in the Manual: Many of the jokes are callbacks to the earlier incarnations of the show, or from the various pre and after shows. Luckily the viewers have created a handy reference to explain them all.
  • Audience Participation: The show thrives on the interaction with and contributions from the members of Chat Realm
  • Butt-Monkey: Kuhan gets (jokingly) blamed for almost everything that goes wrong in the show.
  • Catchphrase: "Die in a fire"
  • Cosmetic Award: During "The Second Annual 2009 GTFO Awards" Andrew Mayne received over a half dozen medals as well as four trophies.
  • Fan Community Nicknames: The members of the live chat room are referred to as Chat Realm. invoked
  • Fun with Acronyms: The name NSFW could mean any of the following:
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    • Naughty Samurai Fighting Woodchuck
    • Never Suck Fapper's Willie
    • New Sauce For the Webernets
    • New Science For the World
    • New Show Fails Weekly
    • New Show Full of Win
    • Now Serving Fantastic Waffles
    • Nominally Safe For Work
    • Not Sure? Fail Whale
    • Nuggets Shakes Fries Wookiees
  • Heroic BSoD: Brian during "Now Apologizing Convention Attendees" after answering a phone-call from his agent on the air informing him that people were angry with the result of the show's call to flood the NACA 2011 hashtag with "Brian Brushwood Facts"
  • Instant Costume Change: Tom Merrit, during "Now Apologizing Convention Attendees", switched his hat almost every time the camera switched off of him, resulting in 51 different hats worn.
  • It Makes Sense in Context: Many of the shows inside jokes and catch phrases are this.
  • Large Ham: Justin Robert Young
  • Pie in the Face: Multiple Whipped Cream pies to the face of Brett Rounsaville during "What is Wrong With Your Face?"
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  • Real Song Theme Tune: Vicario by Kissinger
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