A fourth wall is a figurative term, being described as an imaginary wall. To break the fourth wall, a character is able to talk aside or stare at the audience (you), or the character will get too close to the screen. The fourth wall occured in theatres or plays in art.
- In Lil Rob's short, Rob takes his first appearance to look at the viewer, and gives a thumb up, before preparing to skate. This rarely means that he is the first to break the fourth wall.
- Goggles' short let the entire Wild Grinders gang look at the viewers with the camera. Especially, Emo Crys gets dragged to the machine, as his face is on the screen, with his snot sticking in it too.
- Jack Knife always look at the viewer in Goggles' camera in his own short.
- Near the end of Spitball's short, Spitball stares at the viewer, before performing a battle cry.
- In Pebbles, the baby nearly looks at the viewer, before he/she begins to cry.
- In Concrete, the beginning of it shows Lil Rob looking at the viewer, while skating pass the driver who curses at the trio.
In the older version of the websiteEdit
- Every character, except for Meaty, are looking at the audience.
In Online EpisodesEdit
- An eerie baby stares at you...
- Lil Rob glances at the viewer, before staring at Larry's pendant.
- Emo Crys glances at the viewer in his new attire.
In Season 1 EpisodesEdit
- Meaty stares at the audience and develops a fart, before saying "Okay, that was me."
- Lil Rob stares at the viewer and says that his dream was to be a reality star.
- Although his eyes are not seen to be visible, Chip Fligginton's main backdrop breaks the fourth wall in several of episodes.
- A burnt Rob lies down to the ground, looks at the viewer, saying "Legendary, but I'm not a fan of seafood."
- Lil Rob sadly asks the audience "Does that even count?" in the end.
- Jack Knife gives out a questionable look at the viewer at part of the beginning of the episode.
- Jack Knife corrected "I'm Cardboard Boxman, man!" to the narrator.
- Emo Crys stares at the camera that this wand is probably fake.
- Denise, as the form of one of the Three Little Pigs, argues at Lil Rob as the narrator, breaking the fourth wall as a result.
- Goggles the Lumberjack stares at the viewer and directs Lil Rob to capture Stubford the Big Bad Wolf.
- Jay Jay points his finger at the audience, after taking his wig off, claiming that the story is some mistake.
- Denise gives out a regretful and unhappy look at the viewer in the end.
- Rob looks at the viewer at the conclusion of the segment.
- Jay Jay breaks the fourth wall by reaching out at Jack Knife, slapping him once.
- Lil Rob gets too close to the viewer, although he avoids by getting his face squished by what seems to be the computer that the Grinders use or the TV screen.
- Chris glances at the audience and boasted "Nailed it!"
- Patty shushes the audience, reminding them to "keep it as a secret", revealing that she is indeed Agent Capricorn.
In Season 2 EpisodesEdit
- Denise blurts out "That's a question, people!" at the audience.
- Meaty looks at the viewer that he is figuring out of the monkey who drives a truck.
- Justin 5.0 winks at the viewer.
- Stubford stares at the viewer, after the robotic voice offends his opinions about Goggles' inventory of skateboards.
- Zooming the camera to Goggles, he stares at the viewer and gave out a shrug.
- Lil Rob welcomes the audience to the Grinderized version of Robin Hood.
- Jay Jay interrupts and asks "Where's that music coming from?". The music wasn't actually a fourth wall break, but a cellular music download by Lil Rob for the story to match.
- The older Lil Rob breaks the fourth wall for the last time at the end of the episode.
- Grindy creates a musical number, before the Grinders join in.
- Spitball reveals to be the narrator at the beginning of Part II, throughout the first part.