- Alternative Character Interpretation: Is Radar Overseer Scotty legitimately making mistakes? Or is he a smartass who screws up on purpose and then acts innocent to turn the other against Sam so he can get away with his behavior? Further to that, does he screw up on purpose just to torture Sam For the Evulz?
- Awesome Music: The current end credits theme, also known as "Dave's Boogie", which has been used since Episode 44, and was composed by Dave Madson himself.
- Another example used in some more serious episodes is another Dave Madson composition, "Dirge".
- Base-Breaking Character: Sam in some episodes. Some say his behavior is going too far, others enjoy seeing him be more authoritative.
- Designated Hero: Sam, for saying that he has authority in the studio and fights with Scotty only for mistaking the shield, and for threatening to fire anyone who shows sympathy for Scotty. All despite being displayed as hero depending on who you're asking.
- Ensemble Dark Horse: L&H Michael has gained a fairly big fan following.
- Jimmy and Hank are also quite popular with the fans.
- Growing the Beard: Starting with Episode 19, the characters started appearing on screen, and the episodes started getting longer and the writing quality began to improve as well.
- Hollywood Pudgy: Sam frequently makes jokes about Beulah's weight, and calling her a "Fatso". She usually responds by throwing him across the room.
- Iron Woobie: Radar Overseer Scotty. Guy the Shield Guy also counted in the earlier episodes.
- Jerkass Woobie: Sam could qualify as this, as nothing seems to ever go his way.
- Moe: All the female characters qualify, especially Mary and L&H Michelle.
- Moral Event Horizon: The Devil and She-Devil finally crossed this line in Episode 70, when they killed Guy.
- Sam also has several examples where he comes dangerously close to crossing the line. Especially in the later episodes.
- Nausea Fuel: In-universe example; whenever the Devil and She-Devil relieve themselves on the characters, it always makes them vomit.
- The Scrappy: The Devil and The She-Devil could certainly qualify. Many fans eventually got annoyed with them constantly showing up. Eventually, Dave got the hint and issued an order restricting them to occasional appearances only.
- If they didn't qualify before Episode 70, they certainly did after.
- Sam could also have been considered this in recent episodes by some fans for his treatment of Scotty.
- Take That, Scrappy!: Sam getting nailed to the shield in Episode 56 can be considered this as well.
- Tear Jerker: The end of Episode 45, after Sam's head explodes. Anna is quite clearly on the verge of tears.
- Also in Episode 70, after Guy is killed by The Devil and She-Devil.
- The disappearance of Microsoft Anna, LH Michael, and LH Michelle in Episode 112. This was a case of Real Life Writes the Plot, as Dave lost the program that allows him to use their voices.
- Testosterone Brigade: According to YouTube's public viewing statistics, most of these videos are most popular with men between the ages of 35 and 54, and to a lesser extent, males between the ages of 13 and 17.
- What Do You Mean, It's Not for Kids?: Lampshaded in Episode 52.
- Unintentionally Sympathetic: When Sam says Scotty's firing is justified, it usually is, seeing as how Scotty is grossly incompetent at his job, and in real-life, would be fired for one screw-up too many. Unfortunately for Sam, the others constantly baby Scotty and therefore, enable this behavior to continue, while viewing Sam as a Control Freak who bullies Scotty for what they view as "honest mistakes"...even though Scotty always makes said mistakes, and never learns from them. This goes hand-in-hand with the above-mentioned Alternative Character Interpretation, postulating that Scotty screws up on purpose and then plays the Wounded Gazelle Gambit to get sympathy he doesn't deserve and turn everyone against Sam for his own sick amusement.
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