History YMMV / TheSpoonyExperiment

23rd Nov '16 9:07:49 AM thevisualboy37
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** The aforementioned [=JesuOtaku=] tweet.
9th Nov '16 4:04:00 PM Agronac919
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** Could be HilariousInHindsight depending on your POV but Doctor Insano becoming [[PresidentEvil president]] and gloating about his extreme RefugeInAudacity campaign seems eerily similar to Donald Trump winning the 2016 election despite numerous scandals. [[https://twitter.com/TheSpoonyOne/status/796238013202309120 Noah is not unaware of this.]]
16th Oct '16 10:45:43 AM Animeking1108
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** Another sour point for some is Noah's tendency to [[ScheduleSlip rarely update]], [[CausticCritic his perpetually negative attitude]], and his sometimes [[JerkAss confrontational behavior with]] [[FanHater viewers that disagree with him]] (one particular example was when he snapped at a viewer during his ''VideoGame/UntilDawn'' livestream after asking why he was still playing when he was clearly not enjoying it).
15th Oct '16 11:53:41 AM digiman619
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* MST3KMantra: Doctor Insano is Spoony's alter ego, yet the two exist separately and simultaneously. [[spoiler: In fact, Insano KILLED Spoony.]] Just... don't think too hard about it. [[FamiliarFaces CR]] devoted an episode of his show ''Familiar Faces'' to explaining how there are now ''three'' Dr. Insanos running around: Spoony's alter ego, the one currently living with him, and the one in a lab somewhere else.[[note]]Technically there are four of them, as [[AtopTheFourthWall Dr. Linksano]] is an alternate universe version of Insano[[/note]]

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* MST3KMantra: Doctor Insano is Spoony's alter ego, yet the two exist separately and simultaneously. [[spoiler: In fact, Insano KILLED Spoony.]] Just... don't think too hard about it. [[FamiliarFaces CR]] devoted an episode of his show ''Familiar Faces'' to explaining how there are now ''three'' Dr. Insanos running around: Spoony's alter ego, the one currently living with him, and the one in a lab somewhere else.[[note]]Technically there are four of them, as [[AtopTheFourthWall Dr. Linksano]] is an alternate universe version of Insano[[/note]]him as well.[[/note]]
15th Oct '16 11:52:47 AM digiman619
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* MST3KMantra: Doctor Insano is Spoony's alter ego, yet the two exist separately and simultaneously. [[spoiler: In fact, Insano KILLED Spoony.]] Just... don't think too hard about it. [[FamiliarFaces CR]] devoted an episode of his show ''Familiar Faces'' to explaining how there are now ''three'' Dr. Insanos running around: Spoony's alter ego, the one currently living with him, and the one in a lab somewhere else.

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* MST3KMantra: Doctor Insano is Spoony's alter ego, yet the two exist separately and simultaneously. [[spoiler: In fact, Insano KILLED Spoony.]] Just... don't think too hard about it. [[FamiliarFaces CR]] devoted an episode of his show ''Familiar Faces'' to explaining how there are now ''three'' Dr. Insanos running around: Spoony's alter ego, the one currently living with him, and the one in a lab somewhere else.[[note]]Technically there are four of them, as [[AtopTheFourthWall Dr. Linksano]] is an alternate universe version of Insano[[/note]]
21st Sep '16 11:54:40 AM ChrisHighwind
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** Spoony's gag where he parodies the Nightmare commercial by drawing a card and acting all excited with the card reading"You have resurrected Crystal Pepsi!" becomes even funnier due to the fact that in summer 2016, they really ''did'' bring back Crystal Pepsi for a while.

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** Spoony's gag where he parodies the Nightmare commercial by drawing a card and acting all excited with the card reading"You reading "You have resurrected Crystal Pepsi!" becomes even funnier due to the fact that in summer 2016, they really ''did'' bring back Crystal Pepsi for a while.
21st Sep '16 11:53:41 AM ChrisHighwind
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** Spoony's gag where he parodies the Nightmare commercial by drawing a card and acting all excited with the card reading"You have resurrected Crystal Pepsi!" becomes even funnier due to the fact that in summer 2016, they really ''did'' bring back Crystal Pepsi for a while.
24th May '16 1:07:42 AM erforce
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** ''FF 8'' review part 4. "Afternoon Delight" and ''SavingPrivateRyan'' have never made more sense together.

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** ''FF 8'' review part 4. "Afternoon Delight" and ''SavingPrivateRyan'' ''Film/SavingPrivateRyan'' have never made more sense together.
23rd May '16 6:42:39 PM kensu
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* CriticalResearchFailure: On several Counter Monkey episodes, when discussing how Dungeons and Dragons has changed over the years, whenever Spoony wants to see what something was like in "Original D&D", he takes out the Rules Cyclopedia. However the Rules Cyclopedia contains the rules for the Basic D&D (BECM) line. This is especially strange since we've seen the White Box (which contains all the books for OD&D) in Spoony's bookshelf on several occasions.

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* CriticalResearchFailure: In the ''VideoGame/FinalFantasyXIII'' review he cites Solid Snake, the protagonist from Franchise/MetalGear. However, the footage actually shows another character, Big Boss. In the interest of fairness, Big Boss did used to go by the codename "Naked Snake" and Solid Snake ''is'' a clone of Big Boss.
** In Yor, Hunter from the Future, the title character saves a father and his daughter from a triceratops. Spoony comments sarcastically that it was lucky Yor was there to save them from the giant herbivore. In reality, large herbivores are often very aggressive in attacking things that wandered into their territory as part of their defense against predators.
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On several Counter Monkey episodes, when discussing how Dungeons and Dragons has changed over the years, whenever Spoony wants to see what something was like in "Original D&D", he takes out the Rules Cyclopedia. However the Rules Cyclopedia contains the rules for the Basic D&D (BECM) line. This is especially strange since we've seen the White Box (which contains all the books for OD&D) in Spoony's bookshelf on several occasions.



* CriticalResearchFailure: In the ''VideoGame/FinalFantasyXIII'' review he cites Solid Snake, the protagonist from Franchise/MetalGear. However, the footage actually shows another character, Big Boss. In the interest of fairness, Big Boss did used to go by the codename "Naked Snake" and Solid Snake ''is'' a clone of Big Boss.
** In Yor, Hunter from the Future, the title character saves a father and his daughter from a triceratops. Spoony comments sarcastically that it was lucky Yor was there to save them from the giant herbivore. In reality, large herbivores are often very aggressive in attacking things that wandered into their territory as part of their defense against predators.
23rd May '16 5:41:17 PM kensu
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* CriticalResearchFailure: On several Counter Monkey episodes, when discussing how Dungeons and Dragons has changed over the years, whenever Spoony wants to see what something was like in "Original D&D", he takes out the Rules Cyclopedia. However the Rules Cyclopedia contains the rules for the Basic D&D (BECM) line. This is especially strange since we've seen the White Box (which contains all the books for OD&D) in Spoony's bookshelf on several occasions.
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