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RT Gomer Productions is one of a growing number of entertainment sites, founded by Gomer the Ranting Thespian. The site includes well-known personalities, such as Diamanda Hagan and The Omega, as well as lesser known producers in video, audio, and written formats.

Currently, the site hosts videos from the following producers:

The site also hosts written articles by:

There are also several podcasts available on the site, including:

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The site can be found here.


This site provides examples of:

  • Accentuate the Negative: Diamanda Hagan's reviews certainly count. Thespian Talk and What the F@#k?! tend to do this with their news stories, as well.
  • Ascended Fangirl: Gomer himself calls Brooke this during the first few episodes of GB Players.
  • Badass Beard: Josh Hadley sports one.
  • The Cameo: Plenty to go around.
  • Censor Box: Hagan makes use of them in her reviews. Gomer's review of Hair caused him to deploy the happy Mega Man heads to cover some naked breasts.
  • Crossover: Several.
  • Grandma, What Massive Hotness You Have!: Discussed a few times on The Port Charlie Podcast.
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  • Monster Clown: Hagan. In his Hairspray review, Gomer refers to her as an "insane Kefka ripoff".
  • Nice Hat: Quite a few, between Gomer, Lady Jess, Steve the Wicked...
  • Shared Universe: Because of interconnecting cameos and crossovers, most of the site's producers are part of the Reviewaverse.
  • Tempting Fate: A notable example comes in Part 5 of Spazfox's Half-Life 2 run. He grabs a go-kart and makes an escape to some nearby railroad tracks.
    Spazfox: Oh, it's gonna be smooth sailing from here on out. I can feel it!
    *train horn sounds*
    *Spazfox immediately stops, then realizes what will happen if he doesn't move*
    *he immediately starts driving BACKWARDS until he can swerve out of the way of the oncoming train*
  • Title Drop: Regularly on "What the F@#k?!"
  • Video Review Show: Just one of several types of productions featured on the site.
  • World of Weirdness: The Reviewaverse.
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