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A movie, thanks to fan donations, saw the light in July 17th, 2012.
- Abhorrent Admirer: Purple.
- Aerith and Bob: Chad, Jason (Trollzor) and Stacy are the only characters with normal names.
- Asian Speekee Engrish: The raccoon talks this way.
- Camp Straight: Lord Tourettes. He's extremely frilly and loves flowers and soft fuzzy things, but also tends to act even randier then Red towards women.
- The Casanova: Red- in the most hilariously offensive way possible. His "charms" don't always work though, specifically when he's too drunk to form coherent advances.
- Comedic Sociopath: Yes.
- Flanderization: Red went from a mild Jerkass Cloudcuckoolander to an Ax Crazy psycho over the course of the series.
- Gag Boobs: All skinny girls have big bouncy boobs. The one fat girl, Purple, has small saggy boobs.
- Mama's boobs are huuuuuge. Enough said.
- Heterosexual Life Partners: Red and Blue are a dysfuntional example.
- Jerk with a Heart of Gold: Red, for all his jerkishness and psychopathy, does care for Blue as a friend.
- Official Couple: Blue and Pink. Red and Stacy also fit this trope until they break up in the finale. Then it switches to Red and Purple.
- One Steve Limit: Stacy probably got her name because there's already a character named Purple.
- Rapid-Fire Comedy: One of the defining tropes.
- Red Oni, Blue Oni: Red and Blue, of course. Red is a crazy, chaos-creating, fun guy who's kind of a jerk. Blue is an uptight, irritable, usually serious guy who makes frequent facepalms due to Red's shenanigans.
- Likewise, Stacy is the red to Pink's blue.
- Rule of Cool
- Sensitive Guy and Manly Man: Well, Cultured-Man and Frat-Boy, anyway (Blue and Red, respectively).
- Straight Man: Blue.
Episodes of this series provide examples of:
- Aristocrats Are Evil: Earl Grey.
- All Just a Dream: In "OMG", Blue goes through several of these, complete with that one sound effect from Inception.
- Auto-Tune: Red sings this way when he swallows a bee in the first episode, "A Bee or Something". Pops up again in "Bath Rhymes", and again in "Losing Streakers."
- Hell, the bee itself talks like this.
- A Worldwide Punomenon:
Blue: "I just got my car washed by sorority girls! It's the best!"
- And again, immediately afterwards:
Blue: "So I don't want you to get any of your shit all over my car. Especially your shit."
- Bad Date: Blue has one in "Trouble Date," because Red shows up with HIS date and ruins Blue's.
- Bavarian Fire Drill: We're Cops!
- Big Eater: Red decides to go back in time solely because he wants eat an entire dinosaur.
- Brainless Beauty: Actually subverted with Stacy. In "Modern Flame War 3", it's revealed she works as an internet technician.
- Broken Aesop:
Red: "You see, kids? Miracles DO happen, if you believe in yourself! Merry Christmas, everyone!"
- Almost the entire point of "Pussy Magnet"
- Brown Note: Kitty Amazing is so adorable he melts the hearts of all who look at him... literally. It's not clear why Red is immune, though.
- Possibly from all the alcohol he drinks. Am I right, fellas?
- Check, Please!: Blue does this in "Trouble Date".
- Bullet Time: Used in "Modern Flame War 3"
- Chainsaw Good: In "Zombies and Shotguns".
- Continuity Nod: Kitty Amazing's petrified body is found behind the fridge in "Sex Marks the Spot".
- Pink remarks in "Role Playas" that D&D night was worse then their first date, that being "Trouble Date"
- In "Pleasure Cruise", the villain who tries to sink the H.M.S. Tragedy is Earl Grey's last surving butler.
- In "Losing Streakers", Red accidentally swallows another bee and starts taking in Auto-Tune again.
- Crouching Moron, Hidden Badass: Red is a Kung-Fu winner.
- Defeat Means Friendship: After Trollzor was humiliated in "Y U So Meme?", he teams up with Red and Blue to save the internet in "Modern Flame War 3".
- Dull Surprise: Blue.
"Oh my goood, you lost everythiiing, woooow..."
- Dumbass Has a Point: Red in "We're Cops!"
Red: Who's going to pull over a cop car? Nobody!
- Granted, this wouldn't pan out in reality, but in the Dick Figures world, it seems to work out quite well.
- Drink Order: Pina Coladas pop up quite a bit.
- Enhance Button: Red gets Blue to enhance a large black pixel into a perfect image of Trollzor's location in "Y U So Meme?"
- Erotic Eating: Red and Stacy attempt this in "Trouble Date".
- Fail O'Suckyname: The Bloser.
- Feigning Intelligence: Blue in "Trouble Date", though it's more like Feigning Worldliness. He tries to invoke Everything Sounds Sexier in French and seemingly fails miserably- but Pink falls for it anyway. Happens again in "Kung Fu Winners" with some Gratuitous Chinese.
- Freaky Friday Flip: "Brain Switch"
- Funbag Airbag: Blue lands his face in Pink's chest in "Flame War", probably on purpose.
- Freeze-Frame Bonus: Throughout "Modern Flame War 3" achievement notifications pop up in the lower right corner at significant points in the episode.
- Gasshole: Red, at the end of "A Bee or Something", in "Attack of the Pwns" and again in the beginning of "Losing Streakers".
- And near the beginning of "Taco Tuesday".
- High-Pressure Blood / Overdrawn At the Blood Bank: Red slices his finger (or hand, since fingers don't seem to exist) with a pizza cutter in "Taco Tuesday". He immediately starts spraying huge amounts of blood everywhere, and continues to do so throughout what is basically the entire rest of the episode.
- Hollywood Tourette's: The aptly-named Lord Tourettes suffers from this.
- Improbable Weapon User: Earl Gray fights with cups of tea and a diamond-encrusted monocle.
- In "Zombies and Shotguns", Red(unintentionally) kills a zombie with a bag of chips.
- Informed Attractiveness: According to "Modern Flame War 3" Stacy apparently has "the perfect boobs."
- Jerkass Gods: A light example in "Zeusbag"
- Kamehame Hadoken: Red wins the fight in "Kung Fu Winner" using this.
- Kill It with Fire: Blue takes out a swarm of zombies by shooting a flammable bottle of perfume, engulfing the zombies in a ball of flame. Except that the sprinkler system then goes off, dousing the zombies and leaving them perfectly fine.
- Literal Genie: The "Butt Genie".
- Leet Lingo: Trollzor:
Everyone's leveling without me! I'm not l-3-3-t enough!
- Mind Screw: Episode 6. It starts out with an Inception parody, which is amazingly the easiest part to follow.
- Nice Hat: Lord Tourettes' cone hat. It's also a Hat of Power: losing it makes him incapable of cursing, as seen in "Lord Tourettes", where it turns a Mall Santa into a rather Bad Santa.
- Nigh Invulnerable: A bag of chips in "Zombies & Shotguns." Makes about as much sense in context.
- Pixellation: In "Fang Angels" you can see Pink's breasts blurred out for a millisecond, even though you could see uncensored breasts in the previous episode. This is either because Pink had actual areola, while the earlier girl had just dots, or it's just a joke.
- Pre-Ass-Kicking One-Liner: Red scrounges up a Smart Ball while he and Blue fight Earl Gray to give one of these:
Blue/Bloser: Hey Earl Gray, what happens to criminals?
- Red to the owner of the Golden Lotus Dragon.
Red: I don't know what you're talkin' 'bout, crazy man, but I'm going to beat you up 'till you bleed soy sauce!
- Red to a T-Rex:
Red: Hey, where I come from, you're extinct!
- Precision F-Strike: Red and Blue swear in a regular basis, but. . .
- Cluster F-Bomb: . . .Lord Tourettes takes the cake.
- Phlebotinum Killed the Dinosaurs: Red exterminated them with ray guns before the regularly-scheduled meteor had a chance to.
- Pink Girl, Blue Boy: Pink and Blue, respectively.
- Red Eyes, Take Warning: In a sense. Lord Tourettes gets these whenever his Hollywood Tourette's kicks in, though he's no more dangerous than usual, just briefly more dangerous-looking.
- Running Gag: Every episode ends with a cut to the outro sequence in the middle of a sentence.
- Additionally, Red can usually be spied levitating off the ground at least once an episode.
- Saying Sound Effects Out Loud: Red throughout "Flame War." He even says the Announcer Chatter!
- Serious Business : "Attack of the Pwns", in which Blue and Red get into an epic space battle over the last frozen burrito in the fridge.
- Shout-Out: The episode "OMG" has one to Akira while also being based on Inception.
- Surprisingly Happy Ending: More like "Surprisingly Heartwarming Ending". After a whole series full of crazy, surrealist shenanigans, the Series Finale ends with Blue and Pink getting married and having three kids together. Red and Stacy break up, but Red stops drinking and ends up marrying Purple, the girl he derided during the entire series and who becomes a normal stick figure. Stacy, for her part, ends up finishing her medicine career, and ends up delivering Red and Blue's daughters, who are eventually shown to have a promising friendship like their fathers'. The series ends with Red and Blue meeting again as grown men and head off to watch cartoons together, just like the good ol' days.
- Take That: "Fang Angels" is a not-too-subtle one at Twilight. "Modern Flame War 3" is an even less one to Modern Warfare.
- Testosterone Poisoning: Red dips into this from time to time, the crowning example being "Modern Flame War 3", where he gets over a fence topped with barbed wire by eating the barbed wire.
Red: Whoo! All this manliness is making me thirsty. Better drink my own piss. *whips out canteen*
- "Real Dudes Bros Night Man" is all about this.
- Title Drop: Done cleverly in Pussy Magnet. Just before the cutoff, Lord Tourrettes gives the advice, "All you really need is a big DICK-". In the Stinger, Blue replies "Figures."
- Too Good for This Sinful Earth : Kitty Amazing. Poor, poor Kitty Amazing.
- Trope Name: "Catch phrase."
- Wangst: Parodied with Bloser, the world's most depressing superhero, who tends to annoy everyone around him with his angsty remarks. His powers apparently involve invoking this in others as well.
- Your Head Asplode: Red can do this to ninjas.
- Zombie Apocalypse: in "Zombies & Shotguns"