History EarlyInstallmentWeirdness / WebVideos

17th May '16 3:41:58 PM Bassman
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* Chuck E. Cheese's YouTuber Big Cheese's first few videos had him not speaking, the descriptions were simply just "Hi - Thanks for checking out my channel - It's all about the classic Chuck E. Cheese animatronic characters performing their latest songs. If you're a fan of Chuck E, Mr. Munch, Pasqually, Helen Henny and Jasper T. Jowls, you'll LOVE this channel. Next time you visit Chuck E. Cheese, save your receipt and take the online survey. Tell them how much you enjoy the animatronic stage show. Thanks, The "Big Cheese" :)", and it wasn't until the upload of the "Coconut" puppet skit that it was not simply that, and he did not use the "Remember, "It's Easy Being Chuck E Cheesy!" :)" stinger.
24th Apr '16 7:27:06 PM caivu
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* ''WebVideo/Previouslyrecorded'': The first episode had Jack and Rich standing up and facing the camera to provide a proper introduction to the game they were discussing. Contrast this to the later episodes, where they are pretty random in their opening scenes. In addition, the first episode looks like it was done at someone's house instead at Red Letter Media's office, and also lacks the pixel art video game backgrounds that would appear later on.

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* ''WebVideo/Previouslyrecorded'': ''WebVideo/PreviouslyRecorded'': The first episode had Jack and Rich standing up and facing the camera to provide a proper introduction to the game they were discussing. Contrast this to the later episodes, where they are pretty random in their opening scenes. In addition, the first episode looks like it was done at someone's house instead at Red Letter Media's office, and also lacks the pixel art video game backgrounds that would appear later on.
24th Apr '16 7:26:52 PM caivu
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* ''WebVideo/Previouslyrecorded'': The first episode had Jack and Rich standing up and facing the camera to provide a proper introduction to the game they were discussing. Contrast this to the later episodes, where they are pretty random in their opening scenes. In addition, the first episode looks like it was done at someone's house instead at Red Letter Media's office, and also lacks the pixel art video game backgrounds that would appear later on.
22nd Apr '16 1:27:50 AM harryhenry
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** There's also the continuity alarm. In the early episodes, it was used quite frequently for whenever he began to rant about continuity errors but, as he began to review comics that either didn't need continuity or had flaws heavily built on continuity, it became so sparsely used that any appearance of it would be treated as a joke in itself.

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** There's also the The continuity alarm. In the early episodes, it was used quite frequently for whenever he began to rant about continuity errors but, as he began to review comics that either didn't need continuity or had flaws heavily built prevent him from rambling on and on about continuity. However, due to the fans who actually wanted him to talk more about continuity, it became so sparsely used that any appearance of it would be treated as a joke in itself.
17th Mar '16 5:34:45 PM Twentington
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* Creator/BradJones' other flagship series, ''WebVideo/MidnightScreenings'', often had the car still being driven in early reviews, and the camera held in someone's hand, instead of having the car parked and the camera on the dashboard. Also, early episodes referred to Irving as "Virtual Boyd" and Dave as "Max Force" before they settled on their real names.
12th Mar '16 1:59:26 PM mr3urious
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* The first ten episodes of ''WebOriginal/ReactionAndReview'' lack the black background of the later episodes and simply had Emer do the show in his bedroom. A proper title card wouldn't even appear until the ninth episode.

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* The first ten episodes of ''WebOriginal/ReactionAndReview'' ''Webvideo/ReactionAndReview'' lack the black background of the later episodes and simply had Emer do the show in his bedroom. A proper title card wouldn't even appear until the ninth episode.
12th Mar '16 1:58:34 PM mr3urious
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12th Mar '16 1:48:20 PM mr3urious
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* The first ten episodes of ''WebOriginal/ReactionAndReview'' lack the black background of the later episodes and simply had Emer do the show in his bedroom. A proper title card wouldn't even appear until the ninth episode.
4th Mar '16 6:25:50 PM Josef5678
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** IsItAGoodIdeaToMicrowaveThis started out as a parody of ''Advertising/WillItBlend'' combining the dialogue of that with the microwaving of dOvetastic Microwave Theater. In the first two episodes, Jory sounded a lot like Tom Dickson before speaking in a stoner's monotone, and the first six episodes were filmed in the daytime, something avoided in later episodes unless it was a season finale that was fiery or explosive. The first season also took place in a dorm and they used a "remote arm" to start the microwave distantly in seasons 1 and 2. Also they did not name the microwave, there was no BleepDammit censorship of "shit" and "fuck", and there were almost no sexual jokes made. The show didn't really resemble its better known form until season 4.

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** IsItAGoodIdeaToMicrowaveThis ''WebVideo/IsItAGoodIdeaToMicrowaveThis'' started out as a parody of ''Advertising/WillItBlend'' combining the dialogue of that with the microwaving of dOvetastic Microwave Theater. In the first two episodes, Jory sounded a lot like Tom Dickson before speaking in a stoner's monotone, and the first six episodes were filmed in the daytime, something avoided in later episodes unless it was a season finale that was fiery or explosive. The first season also took place in a dorm and they used a "remote arm" to start the microwave distantly in seasons 1 and 2. Also they did not name the microwave, there was no BleepDammit censorship of "shit" and "fuck", and there were almost no sexual jokes made. The show didn't really resemble its better known form until season 4.
27th Feb '16 2:38:00 PM EternityofSpirits
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** There's also the continuity alarm. In the early episodes, it was used quite frequently for whenever he began to rant about continuity errors but, as he began to review comics that either didn't need continuity or had flaws heavily built on continuity, it became so sparsely used that any appearance of it would be treated as a joke in itself.
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