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8th Apr '18 6:34:31 AM costanton11
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* Douchey McNitpick is now the Plot Hole, a role that has in-universe been compared to God. [[GodIsEvil The problems with this should be obvious]].

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* Douchey McNitpick [=McNitpick=] is now the Plot Hole, a role that has in-universe been compared to God. [[GodIsEvil The problems with this should be obvious]].
11th Feb '18 5:57:17 PM nombretomado
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** Confirmed when you watch the WebVideo/DemoReel ''{{Transformers}}'' episode. In that, Donnie wanted to pander to the Creator/MichaelBay crowd and tried to get Tacoma and Rebecca to join him. But they stood their ground, having obviously suffered racism and sexism and not wanting to be stereotypes, and he apologized for his ignorance. In ''PearlHarbor'' however, Bay is treated as an innocent and Dawg and Tina ''are'' the stereotypes.

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** Confirmed when you watch the WebVideo/DemoReel ''{{Transformers}}'' episode. In that, Donnie wanted to pander to the Creator/MichaelBay crowd and tried to get Tacoma and Rebecca to join him. But they stood their ground, having obviously suffered racism and sexism and not wanting to be stereotypes, and he apologized for his ignorance. In ''PearlHarbor'' ''Film/PearlHarbor'' however, Bay is treated as an innocent and Dawg and Tina ''are'' the stereotypes.
6th Jan '18 10:21:07 AM mightymewtron
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** The plot of the FramingDevice, much like the plot of ''Son of the Mask'', is about a chaotic figure who spawned with [[Creator/KimKardashian a mortal human,]] though while the baby in the movie is a figure of chaos that the father tries to raise normally, Evilina behaves normally when Satan wants her to be chaotic. The fact the sequel is far more disturbing than the original may be a nudge to Evilina to be even more horrifying than her father.
25th Dec '17 7:29:48 AM Derpyhooves1
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* Ash Ketchum's cowardice got Pikachu killed by Ash Williams. Instead of getting Pikachu to electrocute the man with the obvious weakspot (metal chainsaw), he instead cowers and uses Pikachu with a human shield.
7th Dec '17 1:05:03 PM WaterBlap
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* Yet more from ''Spooning With Spoony II''. Before going into "The Spocker", Spoony tells a basically catatonic Critic that he found the George Takei book and calls him a dirty, dirty man (i.e that he's a slut who wanted it). In a con, Doug-as-Critic was reminiscing about it dreamily, Critic ''drank with him again'' in the donation drive and was pretty much orgasming over the prospect of "The Spocker" in the Avatar group review. So... [[RapeIsLove Spoony was right]]?

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* Yet more from ''Spooning With Spoony II''. Before going into "The Spocker", Spoony tells a basically catatonic Critic that he found the George Takei book and calls him a dirty, dirty man (i.e that he's a slut who wanted it). In a con, Doug-as-Critic was reminiscing about it dreamily, Critic ''drank with him again'' in the donation drive and was pretty much orgasming over the prospect of "The Spocker" in the Avatar group review. So... [[RapeIsLove Spoony was right]]?right?
3rd Dec '17 1:01:40 AM Savini24
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* During the review of the [[WebVideo/AngryVideoGameNerd AVGN Movie]], the Nostalgia Critic demands an apology from Mc Creery in C minor. A music sheet plays with some orchestral music. There's just a problem: [[CriticalResearchFailure C minor has three flats. The sheet onscreen has four flats.]] This, however, could be why the Critic lampshades it: it's not a sincere apology because it's written on a different scale!
-->'''Critic''': [[ShownTheirWork I don't think you meant it.]]



* During the review of the [[WebVideo/AngryVideoGameNerd AVGN Movie]], the Nostalgia Critic demands an apology from Mc Creery in C minor. A music sheet plays with some orchestral music. There's just a problem: [[CriticalResearchFailure C minor has three flats. The sheet onscreen has four flats.]] This, however, could be why the Critic lampshades it: it's not a sincere apology because it's written on a different scale!
-->'''Critic''': [[ShownTheirWork I don't think you meant it.]]
29th Nov '17 4:31:27 PM CrowTR0bot
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* Overlapping with Fridge Heartwarming. The Charity ShoutOut for the Film/It2017 review is a suicide prevention group. Rather fitting, considering that a cast member from [[Film/It1990 the previous film]] lost his life to suicide.

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* Overlapping with Fridge Heartwarming. The Charity ShoutOut for the Film/It2017 review is a suicide prevention group. Rather fitting, considering that a cast member from [[Film/It1990 the previous film]] film]], Jonathan Brandis (young Bill) lost his life to suicide.suicide.
* In his review of the animated Super Mario Bros. movie, he jokes that Mario and Luigi are "Living a [[Series/SesameStreet Bert and Ernie]] lifestyle of sin." This rather specific reference is [[GeniusBonus very fitting]] as not only have Bert and Ernie ''infamously'' been MistakenForGay by viewers, but WordOfGod has long since clarified that they're ''actually'' brothers, just like Mario and Luigi.
26th Nov '17 8:49:01 PM superslinger2007
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* The use of the word "pound" in War of the Commercials may confuse viewers given that the RSPCA PSA and the Pound Puppies commercial, both related to dogs, were shown back-to-back. In the former, "pound" refers to British currency.

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* The use of the word "pound" in War of the Commercials may confuse viewers given that the RSPCA PSA and the Pound Puppies commercial, both related to dogs, were shown back-to-back. In the former, "pound" refers to British currency.money.
26th Nov '17 8:47:07 PM superslinger2007
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* The use of the word "pound" in War of the Commercials may confuse viewers given that the RSPCA PSA and the Pound Puppies commercial were shown back-to-back. In the former, the word refers to British currency.

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* The use of the word "pound" in War of the Commercials may confuse viewers given that the RSPCA PSA and the Pound Puppies commercial commercial, both related to dogs, were shown back-to-back. In the former, the word "pound" refers to British currency.
25th Nov '17 7:52:37 AM superslinger2007
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* The use of the word "pound" in War of the Commercials may confuse viewers given that the RSPCA PSA and the Pound Puppies commercial were shown back-to-back. In the former, the word refers to British currency.
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