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- Crowning Music of Awesome: Angry Jooooooooeeee! Angry Joe is there, Angry Jooooooooeeee!
- Fridge Brilliance: Probably not intentional, but in his Comic Jumper review, we are introduced to Bizaro-Joe, who instantly begins to verbally assault his counterpart. Joe is a little confused because since HE is Angry Joe, the other Joe should be Happy Joe. One thing that's often brought up is how angry Joe fails to be, so Happy Joe is a total asshole!
- Funny Aneurysm Moment: From his Mortal Kombat (2011) review, the cutaway scene where Corporate Commander pushes Marvel vs. Capcom 3 out the door despite being light on features takes on a new light after the Mega Man Legends 3 / Ultimate Marvel Vs Capcom 3 fiasco.
- Growing The Mustache: Right on the very first episode of its new season, the show introduces a new scenery, new characters, a steady storyline, a main antagonist, and a new, fully animated opening theme. Talk about instant facial hair...
- Pretty much none of it but the theme song, backgrounds, and Corporate Commander cameos made it past the first few episodes though.
- Harsher in Hindsight: Joe gets invited to the VGAS to do an interview with fan-submitted questions. Awesome, how did the interview go? Uh, what's a kinder term for a trainwreck?
- Main problem: Joe was Hoist by His Own Petard. From the start he made it clear his trip to the VGAs was "going behind enemy lines", showing that he was planning on being angry and hostile. All Keighley had to do was stay cool, and Joe would look like a clown for playing his character while conducting a serious interview.
- Ho Yay: With a little Rohypnol the Spoony One learns from personal experience that he's also quite hotblooded in bed.
Joe: I guess she's sleeping with him to get the job, if you know what I mean... wait.
- Internet Backdraft: After a less-than-lukewarm response to a giveaway contest from his female fans, he tweeted that the females that did not enter were stupid and that he hated them. The women of the Angry Joe Army were NOT pleased.
- When Joe found out about Team Fortress 2 DLC / microtransactions, he became very upset over it over Twitter. When people started to disagree, he called them Valve Apologists, actually getting upset that people kept disagreeing, started retweeting 'idiot' arguments (that even a fellow Channel Awesome guy said didn't make him look good, and ultimately took pleasure that people unfollowed him because of his opinion.
- His interview with Geoff Keighly at the 2010 Spike VGAs.
- And his later interview with Seth Killian at PAX Prime 2011.
- It Is Pronounced "Tro-PAY": It is pronounced VER-SUS, Joe, not "verse".
- Magnificent Bastard: Though angry about it, Joe's rants about how Geoff Keighley was "prepared for him" and was in control of what he was doing the whole time in "f***ing with him" actually make Geoff seem like a Magnificent Bastard.
- Nausea Fuel: The controls on Sonic Free Riders make him want to vomit.
- Never Live It Down: The Geoff Keighly interview is going to haunt Joe for the rest of his life, a lot of people refuse to move on.
- Never My Fault: Blamed his abysmal interview with Geoff Keighley on Geoff, the environment where the interview took place, and his own belief he would have more time but Spike screwed him over on that. This is despite there being moments where it's very clearly that Joe should be taking some of the blame, at least.
- He stated in one of his E3 2011 videos that there was a lot of miscommunication on both parties, particularly that the guy bin charge of PR at the VGA's never told Keighley that Joe was promised a sit down interview. When they ran into each other at the convention, both of them managed to bury the hatchet about the whole fiasco.
- Player Punch: His last entry on the list of things he hated about Fable 3 was when his virtual wife and child were unceremoniously killed in a cutscene.
- Replacement Scrappy: To Joe, the second tiger cub in Kinectimals.
- Unpleasable Fanbase: He mentions that if you change too much when making a new game in a franchise (such as the upcoming X-Com game) the hardcore fans will want the developers' heads, but if you change too little, they'll complain too.
- Visual Effects of Awesome: During the intro for his Green Lantern game review, we are treated to an amazing (if silly) scene where Red Lantern Joe shoots up holes in the street while blasting at Other Joe.
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