->Fire Blogger: Come on, Reid. Do you really think we’re stupid enough to believe he’s just “quirky” like you’re advertising him to be? Let’s take a look at The Middle’s ratings. *beat* Do you really think I’m stupid enough to believe he’s just “quirky” like you’re advertising him to be?
His impression of Alex Reid while ranting on the raking subplot.
Alex Reid: HURRRRRRRRRRR RAKING = COMEDY GOLD.
His reaction to "the dumbest sitcom subplot ever".
Fire Blogger: So that’s it? Just say, “Could you rearrange the cross-country meeting?” and you’ll get it changed? That’s all it would’ve taken? Bravo. You made one of the most pointless subplots in sitcom history. All of this could’ve been resolved with a simple visit to the school.
Fire Blogger: Maybe she thinks about Sean a little bit too much.
Fire Blogger: OH, NO! WHO'S GOING TO DO THE CHORES TODAY?!HOW WILL THIS COMPLICATED, LAYERED CONFLICT EVER BE RESOLVED?!
Fire Blogger: So what does Takayuki look like? He has a blank, stoic expression, permanently frozen on his face. He probably realized just what he got into by selling his soul for fame and signing a contract with idiots.
Fire Blogger: In the middle of an argument, Takayuki says that “he can fix car”. We get dialog made of nothing but “I can fix car” “you can fix car” and “he can fix car”. Suddenly, I’m reminded of that famous LO Lcat, “I CAN HAZ CHEESEBURGER?”
Pointing out that having two episodes whining about how teenagers suck, and then have two episodes committed to saying that being a teenager is hard, is completely inconsistent with the show's message.
Mixing up TimTom's name with several various Teletubby-style names.
Singing "Hearts On Fire" during a montage sequence.
Making multiple accurate comparisons between Kidz Bop and Glee.
His comments on "I'm alright until we see the sunlight" line. "Are they vampires?! I guess that would make a little sense, since they suck the greatness out of good songs, and plain suck, BUT WHAT DOES IT MEAN?!"
Pointing out that he can handle anything that the show throws at him... only that a few paragraphs later, the show's stupidity has reached a magnitude to where his brains begin bleeding out of his ears, and then needing to hurry up with random shouts of gibberish, so that he can get to the emergency room.
All of his reactions to Brick's raunchy jokes are funny, but the crowner is when Brick talks about finding a hard edition of Moby-Dick, resulting in a hypothetical scenario in which The Middle is a fast-food restaurant.