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TJ Omega is an internet reviewer, and member of Reviewtopia who at first reviewed toys (mainly Transformers) and had a YouTube show called Plastic Addict. In addition to that, he also has a review show focusing on kids shows called TJTV. He's stated that every 10th episode of TJ TV (ep 10, 20, etc) will be a review of a Transformers cartoon. His 10th episode was of Transformers Armada.
- Aborted Arc: Was forced to cancel several of his ongoing storylines due to various reasons that prevented him from doing them in a way that he felt would be entertaining, as well as the fact that they were getting in the way of reviewing things that he really wanted to review.
- Berserk Button: Do not insult Kamen Rider Decade.
- Breaking the Fourth Wall: In his "Armada Sideswipe" review, he gets into an arguement with the opening! In the end, he fires it.
- Catch Phrase: "I stay addicted so you can stay away!"
- Cloning Blues: One of his storylines involved a clone he made reviewing videos. TJ tried to kill him (which he apparently already did with several other clones) but the clone escaped and tried to kill him in return. After beating him, TJ decided to spare his life...but the clone is still plotting to kill him regardless.
- Cool Sword: Has a sword collection which he uses to often open packages. He's also wielded roleplay swords as weapons in his skits.
- Crossover: Recently did one with fellow Reviewtopia reviewer The Shades to review the Kamen Rider Decade and Kamen Rider Double Crossover.
- Deadpan Snarker: TJ gets into this, particularly for Plastic Addict.
- Eye Am Watching You: Done to his clone when he sees him outside his window.
- Expendable Clone: Made some. Most of them were wiped out...except for the one that got away and is still trying to kill him. At first, this wasn't too bad since he tried to kill the clone first...except he finally spared him and the clone is still after him.
- Hostile Show Takeover: TJ's evil descendant from the future, after finding out that TJ's still trying to get over having to review Sonic Underground, attempts to review the first episode of Superhuman Samurai Syber-Squad. He gets as far as the series overview. Unfortunately for him, TJ came back.
- Is That the Best You Can Do?: After the clone tried to kill him with a Dopant Memory using Invisible, TJ stops him easily and asks him if that was the best he could come up with.
- Living Toys: Sometimes the toy he's reviewing (or another one) starts talking or tries to kill him.
- More Dakka: One of the things he absolutely loved about Mad Blender is how many guns he's got.
- Ominous Latin Chanting: TJ opening the box containing Armada Hotshot is accompanied by this... Which only plays when the box is open and stops the moment it's closed.
- Rule of Cool:
- Pretty much the reason TJ uses his collection of Cool Swords to open new toys he's gotten. Are there much more practical ways to open a box? Yes. Would they be anywhere near as awesome? No way!
- Running Gag: His early Kamen Rider toy reviews normally ended with the toy blowing up or being used to blow up a Transformers toy. He lampshades this the last time it happens.
- Sealed Evil in a Can: Played for Laughs with Armada Hotshot complete with Ominous Latin Chanting.
- Self-Deprecation: Reviewed his own first toy review and pretty much chewed himself out for 90 percent of it. He ends up disowning himself at one point.
- Story Arc: Tends to have running storylines when it comes to Kamen Rider roleplay weapons and other toys.
- Summon Bigger Fish: Deals with R.I.D. Bruticus by siccing an even worse toy on him.
TJ Omega: Don't mess with somebody that knows worse toys than you!
- They Just Didn't Care: In-Universe, TJ hates the Built To Rule line for this, especially when he shows some glaring obvious flaw in the design that it took him about one second to figure out how to fix.
TJ: (Double Face Palm) This is how much thought went into these, people!
- Uncanny Valley: In-Universe, he's very freaked out by the fact Animorphs Tobias' human head looks way too much like his own.
- Ungrateful Bastard: Clone!TJ. After TJ finally decided to spare him, the clone is still plotting to kill him. Ok, yes, TJ tried to kill him first, but still.
- Unusually Uninteresting Sight: By this point, TJ doesn't seem suprised by any of the crazy stuff that happens anymore. For example, his reaction to a sphere of fire and light erupting out of his chest and floating nearby? "Oh, what now?" in a rather annoyed voice.
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