Buckley: (On Future's "Turn on the Lights") "He's off-beat. He's off... key, I guess, if there's a key that this is in. I'd say that in this case, they should have auto-tuned him; but it sounds like they did - it just didn't work!"
(Gilligan Cut to an auto-tune machine with two speech bubbles from off-screen technicians)
Technician 1: "Is it broken?!"
Technician 2: "No, there's just no setting to fix this guy's voice!"
The sheer fact that the Number 1 Position wound up being a FOUR-WAY TIE between four different Nicki Minaj songs
Buckley: "And there it is, the 10... well, 13... Worst Songs of 2012."
He describes the beat for Pound the Alarm sounds like a squirrel being raped with a ziptie.
From his musical autopsy of "Grenade":
"This sounds like it was written by Dr. Seuss in his Emo years. 'I would get blown up by a grenade/I would impale myself on a blade/I would jump in front of a moving train/I'd even get shot right in my brain'.
Buckley's bafflement on Bruno Mars catching a grenade.
"Are you trying to woo some girl in a warzone?!"
He claims that Bruno was high when he wrote the song.
From the worst songs of 2010 video:
"Wow! I wonder what this song is about. Katy Perry wants to see my brightly colored Indian bird? No, it's defiantly her desire to see penises."
From his video on Rob Ford
"Everyone seems to have an opinion, ranging from having him removed from office to public hanging, which you really need some strong rope for. Plus, he doesn't even have a neck."
His Musical Autopsy of "Fine China"
Chris Brown: It's like all the girls around me don't have faces
Buckley: Well, they don't when you get done with them.
His "Jocks vs Nerds" video
"They're laughing at how obsessed you are over sweaty men who shower together after they spend all day falling on top of each other."
His Musical Autopsy of Call Me Maybe
"She's just waiting for torn Levi's to give her a shout and already she's mental for him."
"Ways Trinidad James may have become rich before starting his rap career" (in regards to how "All Gold Everything" is bragging about his wealth... even though it's basically his first commercialized song)
Was he secretly a Doctor by day and Investment Banker by night before he started his rap career?