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Noah Antwiler is an Arizona based actor, comedian, writer and host for his award winning Video Review Show, The Spoony Experiment.

Notable tropes invoked by Noah Antwiler:


  Noah/Spoony: Who the fuck has movie posters on their walls, really.

    • Hint: they're sitting in front of movie posters.
    • In fact, Noah has so many movie posters that nearly all his reviews have appropriate posters for that review in the background.
  • Ill Boy: He has a heart condition, and suffers from depression (and a possible sleep disorder).
  • I Need a Freaking Drink: After watching Twilight: Breaking Dawn Part I. He rarely ever drinks, but a man knows what he needs.
  • Man of a Thousand Voices: Noah has a good range for impersonations, his Christopher Walken is incredible, and he does a damn good Hulk Hogan Hoakogan, Ultimate Warrior, Arnold Schwarzenegger, and "Macho Man" Randy Savage.
  • Mean Character, Nice Actor: Noah in person is a lot less abrasive (and depraved) than "The Spoony One".
  • Mr. Fanservice: People watch the show for more then his jokes....
  • Mr. Fixit: He is very tech-savvy. He once fixed the Atari Jaguar CD to the point where it was briefly playable.
  • Papa Wolf: Probably the only thing that legitimately pisses him off is when insults are directed towards his friends and family. (Given his fanbase's usual behavior, expect this to happen often.)
    • That, or someone saying anyone who is a fanboy is living an "idiotic lifestyle".
  • Red Oni, Blue Oni: Between him and his brother, Miles, he's definitely the red one: loud, boisterous, and a lover of the spotlight. Miles is quiet, probably more responsible, and the voice of reason.
  • Schedule Slip: Noah's myriad health issues and personal problems tend to get in the way, so much so that he doesn't even bother creating a tenative schedule for his videos any more.
  • Shout-Out: Tons, both to pop culture and other Channel Awesome personalities.
  • Stupid Sexy Flanders: Would go gay for David Wenham's voice.
  • Talking to Himself: Besides the basic 'exaggerated snarker persona' he puts on as "The Spoony One", Noah portrays a number of different characters on the show, some one-off and some recurring:
    • Dr Insano, a Mad Scientist alter ego who swiftly proved to be a Breakout Character.
      • Also his Vice-President, Fu Manchu, in a one-off appearance.
    • Gordon Ramsay in his review of the Hells Kitchen video game.
    • "Curtis Craig" (or at least a "Spoony" version of him) at the end of his Phantasmagoria 2 Let's Play.
    • "The Ultimate Spoony", a parodic exaggeration of the Ultimate Warrior.
    • "Hulk Spogan", same idea but with Hulk Hogan.
    • Squall of Final Fantasy VIII in his review of that game.
    • "Spoonette", a Valley Girl female Spoony seen in the Party Mania review.
    • The Gate Cleaner, supposedly the nephew of the Gate Keeper from the Nightmare VHS game series.
    • Spencer D. Bum (aka "The Spoony Bum"), a variation on Doug Walker's Chester A. Bum character.
    • Spoontock of the Klingon Empire in Angry Joe's review of Star Trek Online
    • Terl, the Campy Large Ham villain of Battlefield Earth, showed up in The Nostalgia Critic's review of that film; the character proved so popular that he then started appearing in Spoony's own reviews.
    • Simcoe the Magician in his review of Skullduggery.
  • Think Nothing of It: He's very humble during his shoots, and (for all the needling he gives them on Twitter) very grateful for his fans.