Episode 1 of Adventure Time left him at a complete loss for words, and struggling to make any sense of what he just saw. But episode 2 actually inspired him into a "World of Cardboard" Speech proclaiming that he will never give up on trying to figure out what the show is and why people love it so much.
- In "Ocean Of Fear", Jori admitting she's scared of the water and going on a rant about the childhood therapist who thought scaring her even more with immersion therapy was a good idea.
- In "Loyalty To The King", although it was just a segway, Jason calling out Rob on embarrassing Doug through mocking his opinions and his initial upset at the show.
- For anyone tired/upset at Doug's near-constant Take That, Audience!, Jason at the end of "The Other Tarts" asking him why he's so pissed all the time now.
- Small, but in "Susan Strong" when Doug starts in on the balding wangst again, Jason pointing out that he's only got himself to blame.
- Nobody will listen to her, but "The Real You" has Jori calling the fandom out for always poking Doug's crazy.
: Why do you people encourage him, oh my God. Don't encourage him anymore, Jesus!
- Jori also yelling at Doug and shoving him when he goes into sexist territory and assumes that once girls hear they're liked they instantly want to get married.
- In "Go With Me", Jason (albeit jokingly) threatening to throw Doug out of his house for his crazed shipping of Finn/Marceline when the former is far too young and the latter doesn't even want a relationship. Also, even if you like Beauty and the Beast, his pointing out that if his daughter was in the Prince's position (a minor alone in a house and having a stranger asking to come in), he'd want her to turn them away.
- In "Too Young", Jason calling out Doug for accepting everything Marceline does "because it's her character to be crazy", while never letting Bubblegum win on anything, either being too boring or too bitchy for him.
- Also Jori leaving "before [she] gets kicked out like usual" and giving Doug the finger offscreen. Jason's crowing and Doug's annoyance is gold.
- In "Fionna And Cake", Jori calling Doug "the worst" for scaring Naruto and threatening to make he a she.
- In The Wand, Doug's Stealth Insult of having a Homoerotic Dream about ridiculous homophobe Sean Hannity.
- While Doug has analyzed a lot of season three really deeply, he goes into shallow mode for the Ice King's backstory and obsesses over the glasses. And instead on unleashing ableist hell on him like the fandom did, Jason nicely brings up the fact that he's looking for the simple things like fries or glasses "as a way out" when the show is being depressing. (Not to say that Doug didn't have a cool moment regarding the issue later on.)
- In "Marceline's Closet", noticing the "Gunter" on Marceline's notebook and working out that there's a connection between her and the Ice King because they were both around for the apocalypse in some capacity. Jason steers him away from it, but after all the comments about him being stupid for "Holly Jolly Secrets", it's a nice moment of perceptiveness.
- Doug understanding the need for queer representation better than the sjw half of tumblr, saying gay cartoon characters would be progressive for LGBT rights and mocking people who only want heterosexual fiction as "hopeless".
- And in a bonus video to do with the Ice King's glasses drama, Doug trying his best to get across that he's done plenty of things that you can be angry at him for, but that you really shouldn't hate him for his opinion because it means nothing.
- He's also shaking when he pleads that everyone has a right to be happy, and the amount of hate and anger thrown at him for opinions could so easily be channeled into making sure people can go to sleep at night not feeling like they're starving. Even Jason (who will consistently call him out when he's acting badly) is impressed and says he should be a motivational speaker.
- In "Incendium", when Doug maddeningly (because he was sympathetic to her when he thought she was gay in "What Was Missing) dismisses Bubblegum as a bitch for rejecting Finn again, Jason managing to change his mind by putting his head on his lap to demonstrate how uncomfortable that is.
- Also when Doug goes on about getting the age difference between Finn and PB, Jason reminding him that he said all this, just Doug and Jori didn't listen because they were too busy ragging on the princess.
- Being middle-class white men they're of course kidding, but the ending of "Princess Monster Wife" is still pretty cool.
Jason: Screw society?
Jason: Fight the power?
- Because Jori is convinced (and Doug slightly less so) that Ice King is full of sweetness and the "couple" could have made it work, Jason lays down the fact that while Ice King is tragic, he still did a horrible thing creating a Trophy Wife from all his favorite parts of princesses and abusive husbands in real life think they're being loving too.
- For anyone tired of seeing people (Jori and Doug in the v-logs specifically) twisting canon to make it look like Princess Bubblegum is pure evil, Jason, in the "Goliad" v-log, explained articulately that Goliad had all kinds of other factors (like Jake yelling at the kids in front of her) influencing her and she was a definite case of nurture over nature, so she and Bubblegum can't be alike.
- While the context is about romance, in "King Worm" Doug manages to sum up the problem of PTSD better than any essay can.
Doug: Once that scar hits you, it’s like even if you’re moving on, it’s still going to be a scar, it never fully going to leave.
- There's funny moments scattered around with Naruto and what fast food they like, but a lot of the "I Remember You" vlog (which was the longest so far at half an hour) consisted of talking about either themselves being ill or relatives with illness, and should be commended for being so willing to talk about that.
- Doug's speech in The Suitor about how good it is that Dogged Nice Guys aren't getting what they want in recent media, and relieving (because the vlog was made after the Old vs New Spider-Man) anyone scared that Hyper Fangirl would end up rewarded with Critic.
Doug: The mindset before was “if I try hard enough, if I love you enough, you'll love me and we'll be happy and it was meant to be because I love you so much” and there's sort of this thing now where it's like they build it up, it takes two, it takes two people but they both have to agree to come together, it can't just be one person going “I really love you” if the other person doesn't, that's it, there's no like “hey I have to love you more”, no you're just going after a prize, you're not going after a relationship.
- In “The Party's Over Isla De Senorita”, Jason and Doug getting why Bubblegum has every right to be detached from men since she's been harassed by them for centuries. It sounds like such a basic thing, but that's not even a point of view discussed in fandom, what with too many people trashing her for “friendzoning” Finn or “unfairly rejecting” Braco, and never looking at it from her side.
- In "Shh", Doug calling out the sexists in his fandom for the first time, saying that the comment sections probably enjoy Jori looking nice and not talking because they don't like women speaking.
- In “The Vault”, dead Jori (just go with it) hitting Doug with her pig rabbit when he says he asks women how much they weigh.
- In “Earth and Water”, Doug both calling out the ableism of making Cinnamon Bun the mentally slow screw-up and the sexist trend of it only being young women (like Flame Princess, Elsa and Princess Peach) whose emotions are tied to their powers.
- In “Apple Wedding”, Doug's theory that when they were rebuilding the world, they saw all the Princesses Rule media, thought that was the highest royalty and that's why there's a million princesses in Ooo. It's actually a good theory, and would make a lot sense for the show's way of satire.
- In “Betty”, while he's joking, Jason shouting at Doug and calling him a horrible person when Doug says he would abandon his hypothetical mentally ill wife if his sane wife in the future gave him a way out.
- Although it gets Jori looking sad because he's kinda yelling at her, Jason's rant in “The Tower” on how it's ridiculous to blame Bubblegum for Flame Princess because that's just trying to absolve the Flame King of responsibility and PB was doing what she could to protect everyone as usual.
- In “Breezy”, Jason – not even having watched the episode beforehand like he did for all the previous ones – analyzing why Breezy loved Finn's flower, not Finn himself, and relating it to fangirls wanting to marry Doug when they don't actually know him, just think he's pretty or like the character he plays. Pointing that last bit out is cool in itself.