"And so, after a full month of pointing out some of the worst "Family Guy" has churned out, what else is there to say? (shows a picture of Seth MacFarlane; cuts back to Rowdy) Fine, I'll tell you. You have become one of the worst examples of comedy out there. You've not only made all your characters as unlikable as possible, but you do nothing but pile on insult after insult of anyone out there that's more famous than you, and rail against nearly everyTV show that paved the way for yours, giving hardly any evidence other than "Trust me, it sucks." Yeah, I insult TV shows, but I try to back it up with logic.
I also give examples of good stuff that hopefully show I'm not just some bitter jealous comedian who goes around hating everything that comes out of Hollywood like you. I don't go around claiming that dead children's entertainers hate all Jews with no proof. What if I were to suggest that you're just bitter at Disney because they took your best director? note (Dan Povenmire, co-creator of Phineas and Ferb) God, you're a hypocrite! You know, I can respect you for going after Fox News, but saying it's okay for the Left to be a bunch of liars and frauds because they're your people doesn't work.
His review of "Road to the Multiverse" showcases hope that the Disney inspired segment may be a nice throwback.... only for said segment to turn into Mort getting attacked because he was a jew, a stab at Disney's supposed Anti-Semitism. Chris takes a break to yell in his bathroom..... and comes out with a rant that makes the one above seem like a calm rant.
"Okay. FOR! THE RECORD! The is NO- I repeat- NO HARD EVIDENCE that Walt Disney was an Anti-Semite! He actively worked with Jewish People who never indicated that he had any problems with them. Yes, he considered distributing his films to Nazi Germany BEFORE America entered the war, but by that logic, EVERY BIG BUSINESS supports communism! This is beyond low, and just goes to show how far Seth MacFarlane and his little troupe will go to show their bitterness toward anything that's more successful then they are, going so far as to try and stain the reputation of the greatest provider of children's entertainment! Someone WHO'S NOT EVEN ALIVE TO DEFEND HIMSELF! Go to hell, Family Guy. GO! TO! HELL!!
He IMMEDIATELY declares that, if it was not for his desire to not quit, that he would stop the review right then and there. Damn!
Declaring that "Family Gay" possibly HURT the Gay Rights movement because every gay character in the show was BEYOND stereotypical. Also telling is that he uses Will and Grace to show how one gay character can be stereotypical and another can be a Straight Gay and a positive example of showing lessons on Gay Rights. He even gives credit to South Park: despite hating the poop and death jokes, he admires that they can use stereotypes to their advantage, unlike Family Guy.
How offensive was this episode? While he states that "Not All Dogs Go To Heaven" was still terrible, he declares that the poor stereotyping and vulgar humor put this episode over the top for "Worst Episode Ever".
The review of "Tom and Jerry", which showcases how much of a Jerk Ass Jerry can be to Tom. Really puts things into perspective.
His TMZ review. Just... his TMZ review. He TEARS into the paparazzi, declares they lost his respect when Princess Diana died, and that the voiceover is annoying. However, the start of the review shows him in a depression. He then sees the show, and reconstructs his studio.
"Oh, yeah! IT'S ON!"
The fact that he was able to SIT through Heil Honey, I'm Home!, and criticized a caption which he accuses of pinning the show on Americans.
Coming back from a month long vacation, he took on The Groovenians, and proceeded to take the entire thing down in a blaze of glory. After learning that it was Count Sigeeyai that sent him the DVD, he decides to distract him while he used Jeannie to set up an army of Ninjas to plant a bomb to wreck Sigeeyai's video collection. "Blow it, guys."
Comparing the villains from the show, The Normals, to the living puppets from "Unico in the Island of Magic", stating how it freaked him and his sister out for years. The fact that he was able to bring a reference to such a cult movie is just amazing.
In his Veronica Mars review, after stating that the Jerk Ass sheriff of the series did not believe Veronica's story about being raped because she was asleep, he makes this remark.
"Did I mention that he was the most popular character among the female fanbase, just because he was the best looking?"
Declaring that "If It Smells like an Ed" should be sent to the anti-bullying council for use in a PSA, and stating that he personally feels that the show is just a bunch of sociopaths who mock and ridicule each other.
He even states, even with Cartoon Physics, that there is no possible way that Jimmy could have pulled off all of what he did, and STILL not get caught.
He then states that either Eddy alone should have been ridiculed, or all of the kids should have been ridiculed, not just the three Eds.
A small one, but actually giving UPN credit for giving Dilbert promotion, mentioning that it helped the show, despite the UPN messing with the schedule.
Declaring that Cathy is an insult to feminism by showing off their stereotypes, an insult to MEN because they are lambasted for not falling victim to those stereotypes, and that centerfolds are more feminist then the strip, because they take advantage of men's desires and still taking advantage of it by making money.
During the argument between Cathy and her Mother over relationships, Chris declares "It's like switching between MSNBC and Fox News. Eventually you find out they're both full of crap!"
Virtually EVERYTHING about the Baby Blues review, which was essentially a middle finger to Time Warner for its Executive Meddling and Hypocrisy, turning a family friendly strip into essentially an animated rip-off of Married... with Children, while also tarnishing the show's namesake.
Fang Face: Chris watches as the main character of the show is manipulated from Human to Werewolf at will by his friends, and Chris deduces that the friends are taking advantage of the main characters curse to do their dirty work. "These kids are assholes!"
The ending of the reivew... just watch past the credits. This was used to kick off a new story arc
Chris: " I freed Jeannie years ago. She helps me because she's my friend"
As of October 24th, 2012, TV Trash is now part of Reviewers Unknown.
After the fight with Malicia, Chris declared he was no longer afraid of being flamed. And then he proved it. His reviews after that episode: the MTV version of Teen Wolf, Totally Spies!, and The Boondocks - shows with massive fanbases. And then he declared he would finally review South Park...
The South Park review practically defines the term. He rips Trey Parker and Matt Stone a new one citing the bottom 10 episodes of show including "The Return of Chef" (for essentially flipping off Issac Hayes in a colossal Jerk Ass manner), "Ass Burgers" (even more so when you realize that he has Aspergers), and the incredibly mean-spirited "Stanley's Cup". The latter episode is cited by Chris as Stone and Parker's Moral Event Horizon.
At the end, he lists Honorable Mentions such as "Douche and Turd" (Which mocks the US Election System), "Die Hippie Die" (Which advocates the murdering of hippies), and anything involving Ms. Garrison.
His 100th and 101st episode: Ally Mcbeal. A show so infamous, it needs two episodes to document what's wrong with the show.
The opening theme to his 101st episode, paying homage to Ally McBeal.
In-universe, Chris made a list of his favorite television moments, topping it off with the girls from Glee singing 80s rock.
His review of the TV adaptation of Bill and Ted's Excellent Adventure is a long tirade against executive meddling, going as far as to state that nobody on the production staff put ANY effort into it. He even dug up a clip of one of the actors from the movie (Alex Winter) admitting the show was crap.
Back in his list of the 10 Stupidest Characters, when he listed Gilligan from Gilligan's Island at the Number 5 spot, he sang his reasoning all to the tune of the Gilligan's Island theme.
"Just sit right back and you'll hear a tale, the tale of a great dimwit,
Whose actions drove his six comrades to an everlasting fit.
He ruined almost every plan to get them off that rock.
It makes you wonder how the Minnow ever left the dock.
And just as bad was how he shrugged off Mary Ann and Gin.
This stupid naive manchild must have died a virgin.
And so he makes our list, this brainless doofus and his smile,
Whose bumbling kept the castaways stuck on Gilligan's Isle!"
His entire Shasta McNasty review, showing how disgusted he is at shows that pander to the lowest common denominator, and appalled that this show takes it in stride.
He points out that "The Principal and the Pauper" effectively nullifies "Raging Abe Simpson and the Curse of the Flying Hellfish", saying that Sheldon Skinner fathered a child that did not look like him.
He does a list of the top 6 favorite moments of Kimberly Ann Hart. He goes on to retaliate how she was more then a Damsel valley girl, but rather, his inspiration for his support of strong female characters.
He actually apologizes (in universe) for a line-crossing joke during the Law & Order: SVU episode "Closure", noting how serious rape is.
Likewise, in his review of "Cold", he declares that people who commit sexual abuses are some of the lowest criminals out there.
Rowdy explaining his #1 pick for the top 5 reviews he hopes The Nostalgia Critic will do: Oliver Stone's JFK.
His review of Reality TV. With opening credits and closing credits, it's only 1 minute long, as it was released on April Fools Day. And yet it's still a damn good analysis on the subject.
His entire review of "Turnabout Intruder", calling it sexist (especially due to the fact that the show is set in the utopian future) and stupid (tons of plot holes).
Six words. Six simple words. "Just like a woman, right, Gene?" Said with more contempt every time.
His rant in the middle of the episode, calling Gene Roddenberry out for being a chauvinist hypocrite. He even gives a decent defence of Captain Janeway.
And yet, he still allows some leeway, mentioning that Gene can not defend himself, so he states that his rant against Gene may be unfair.
He also calls the episode, not only the worst of the original series, but possibly the worst ever.
"Let me say this: It is the purpose of TV Trash to present my opinions. I will tell you why I think a show sucks. I will give those reasons as to why I think a show got cancelled. But I would never go so far as to demand that a show must be taken off for no other reason other than 'I don't like it.' I can spew hatred of South Park and TMZ to my heart's content, but as long as they draw viewers, they have the right to be on the air. What One Million Moms did, enforcing ABC to pull the plug on GCB because they didn't like its depiction of southern Christians, is no different than Comedy Central giving into the demands of extremist Muslims and removing all Mohammed references from episodes of South Park! And it is absolutely deplorable that the demands were met by a media conglomerate that still allows ABC Family to air the propaganda show of A KNOWN CHRISTIAN TERRORIST! They can claim 'contractual obligation' to allow Pat Robertson to say men should have the right to ABUSE THEIR WIVES, but a fictitious show that might put Christians in a bad light? THAT CAN'T BE ON THE AIR! It's one of the ultimate examples of how, even today, extremists still have too much pull in censoring our entertainment because they're too damn thin-skinned! [...] I just have three words for groups like One Million Moms: GO! TO! HELL!"
His ENTIRE Pinky, Elmyra & the Brain review, from calling out the lack of humour (telling the writers "Don't Explain the Joke") to Brain's out of character moments (although Chris does state that anybody who had to deal with Elmyra would abandon their plans for world domination to try and get away from Elmyra).
To put it simply, he eviscerates Allen Gregory for its less-than-stellar animation, pathetic humour, and totally unlikeable characters. He calls it, possibly, the worst show he ever saw.