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Episodes are here.
Tropes used in Feed Dump include:
- Catch Phrase: A few.
- "Good times."
- "There may be better sources for news, but they don't have this hat."
- Couch Gag: Every episode opens with a variation of "And now, some (word rhyming with 'news')", often with an accompanying graphic.
- Halloween Episode: Two in a row - "Dinosaurs" and "Powerless and Nude".
- It Makes Sense in Context: Pretty much all of the titles.
- Jingle: Several segments, including "Paul and Matt have to figure out what Graham is talking about", "Why in the hell?", and "Jer and Alex assess the playability of some bullshit".
- Nice Hat: Graham ends every episode by placing a Nice Hat on his head as he proclaims that other news sources don't have a hat like it. Most episodes contain additional jokes featuring hats.
- An entire investment market has arisen around predicting the number of hats in the next episode.
- "No. Just... No" Reaction
Graham: *reads a news story as a song* It's song time!
Kathleen: *excited* Can I sing a song?
- Also Kathleen's reaction to Alex's "The Great Vagnini".
- Panel Show
- Product Placement: The episode "Soldiers of Fortune".
- Pungeon Master: Alex. Possibly Matt as well.
- Rummage Sale Reject: The Halloween costume suggestions, including a gorilla who's also a sailor and a construction worker, and The Honorable Judge Pimp Santa.
- Running Gag: Ron Dewings.
- Spiritual Successor: To Loading Ready Run's previous funny-news series, Phailhaus, which was in turn a Spiritual Successor to "The Whatever Thing."
- Take That: The stinger of Criminals & Lawyers has Graham wearing a golden hard hat, a cowboy hat and a police cap on top of each other, stating that he needs a studded leather cap and a feathered headdress. He follows it up by saying, "Coming soon to Team Fortress 2!"
- You Keep Using That Word: Cameron points this out when "inertia" is used in relation with sleep.