Suede parodying his viewer mail in his Comment Special and Trigun videos.
"You play the worst Air Guitar I have ever seen. But, I liked the vid. meh, not bad."
"Oh, and it's not like I don't respect your opinion, but i also have to disagree that anime openings are more creative than American intro songs for cartoons, in general. They both have a bunch of good, and not so good, intro themes. Some of my favorite theme songs for animated series are American, just like how some of my favorites are also anime openings."
"This is outstanding. Great editing and acting. Love the curtains."
The opening to AMV Heaven synchronizes a song and a clip of an anime to represent a angel singing. The song used in the intro? Smack My Bitch Up.
During the Trigun review, the entire lead-in to the actual review, with the conflicting messages, conflicting Suedes, and a compliment on the curtains. Said curtains were also randomly praised in the (parody) comment special.
You know Evil Brits? Well Suede has in his Top 11 Anime Villains list, what can only be described as an Evil Kiwi.
The constant captions of "LYING" whenever he says that the movie will get better or that something makes sense.
His summarizing of certain scenes.
Suede: Then Kadaj gives the children a really whiny speech that pretty much goes like this: "I am eeeeevil! I want to destroy the world! Look at my leather! Don't dream it, be it! Religious subtext!"
After showing several clips of Cloud angsting, he deadpans the chorus from 'Crawling" by Linkin Park.
Suede: Dang Cloud is depressing! It must've been all that making out with Squall during the Kingdom Hearts period. *shows a picture of Cloud dressed as a schoolgirl kissing Squall* This picture was too easy to come across!
His reasoning behind why Rufus covered his face, despite the fact that the audience already knew who he was. He was just too pretty.
His Advent Children review contains many, but one of the best is:
"Well, Cloud found out in an earlier fight that the stuff actually comes off with water (which makes me wonder about the hygiene of these little kids) and he gathers all the kids to...
*Cloud walks through a pool water over to one of the kids* "No..."
*Cloud grabs one of the kids and brings him into the pool of water with him* "No they can't..."
*Cloud cups water in his hands above the kid* "Oh, you have GOT to be..."
*Ode to Joy plays as Cloud pours water over the kid's head with the message "RELIGION IS GOOD AND CLOUD IS JEEBUS" over the screen.* "For the love of! WHY, MOVIE, WHY!? You could have been cool, you know! You could have been a contender!"
And in his commentary he discusses the angry Youtube comments he got when he posted the review there, including "You suck", "You n00b", and "You sound likeMr. Bean."
"Royal amounts of posterior were collided with feet."
Him saying that Avatar: The Last Airbender is different from any of his other choices on the list because, as he puts it, the show was completely written out before it was produced and "has a be-GIN-ning... a MID-dle... and an END!", as if he's teaching a child the alphabet!
Suede: 90% of them happened after I joined this site.
From his review of "Hold Me Now" AMV.
Suede: I now want to watch an anime called Princess Tutu about ballet - after listening to Swedish pop music! *awful coughing commences with confused Suede checking himself* Pretty sure that was my macho.
JewWario points out that Mew's "it's what's on the inside that counts" speech from the 4kids version, actually was about that the true Pokémon would always win over the copies in one-to-one battle in the original Japanese. The trio looks on in horror, as the same clip is now rendered in black and white, and dubbed over with one of Hitler's speeches.
And the pony jokes don't stop there; when talking about a unicorn and a pegasus that are twins (pointing out earlier that the pegasus' personality is similar to Fluttershy's), he can't help but cut to the beginning scene of "Baby Cakes."
The photo montage of Harajuku fashion-goers set to the can-can, the music swelling at just the right times when tanned kogals are shown.
Part two of the crossover with Linkara and Jew Wario, The Power of One is still full of the funny.
Their reaction to Lawrence III's Cool Ship and how ridiculous it is:
Linkara: Why does he have a pneumatic chair that rises through his Sistine Chapel-sized ceiling into a flying Steampunk fortress of death?
Suede: OK, when did this character suddenly become amazing? I mean, sure it's goofy and over the top, but I just want to keep watching to know this guy's story. How'd he get this thing? Why does he want the birds?
Linkara: How does he keep his Doom-coptor afloat when the blades don't spin nearly fast enough?
Jew Wario: Maybe the propellers are just wind generators that power the anti-graviton or something.
Suede: That just raises further questions!
Linkara and Suede start to feel their age when they realize that the film is over 12 years old. Jewario, who is in his forties, cuts in to tell them that now they know how he feels. Linkara and Suede's reaction is pure gold.
Linkara's and Suede's increasing irritation at changes made to the movie by 4Kids.
Linkara and Jewario teasing Suede about being a Pokéshipper as a kid. Even the narrator gets in on it!
Every time someone in the movie says "Shamuti", and the guys incorporate it into the "Shipoopi" song from The Music Man.
From the review of Pikachu's Rescue Adventure, Suede comments on the seemingly random appearance of a Leaf Stone. A minute later, he sees Exeggcute evolve into Exeggutor and launches into a lengthy rant about how inaccurate it is for Exeggcute to evolve by levelling when every fan knows that Exeggcute evolve with a... leaf... stone. The longer it takes for the penny to drop, the funnier his realisation is.
Pikachu's Vacation begins with Pikachu peeking from inside a circle, so Suede plays the James Bond theme to make it feel a little bit like a Bond Gun Barrel opening.
The review of Pokémon 3: Spell of the Unown:
The episode opens with both Suede and Linkara giving dark, noir-style narration about the last two videos. Then it cuts to Jew Wario.
Linkara turns it into a Dan Green/YGOTAS Running Gag.
Linkara's reaction to Suede asking, without a trace of irony, if Miyazaki directed it.
Linkara: (As if about to start railing at his stupidity) "Miyazaki. You're asking me if Hayao Miyazaki, the Steven Spielberg of anime, the highest grossing director in all of Japan, directed Pokémon 3?
They all are really impressed with the opening...Suede in particular, who is practically drooling.
The fake dialogue Suede adds from Molly talking about how wonderful it is not to have any tragedy to have in their lives, only to be shocked when it's revealed her father has gone missing, and suddenly the Pokémon logo jumps out.
When it cuts to Ash running up the glass stairway:
Suede points out how anticlimactic it sounds for Mewtwo to introduce Mew as his nemesis.
Suede: BEHOLD! The ancestor of all Pokémon! The most diverse of all creatures on this planet! Able to change form at whim and second in overall stance only to those considered gods among 'Mon! Behold Mewtwo's folly! The being that singlehandedly destroyed one of the greatest threats to humanity ever unleashed. (clip of Mew mewing) Aww!
Later, when Brock sends out all his Pokémon, including you-know-who. "Oh look, an Onix. *Aside Glance*"
Suede complaining about when Pokémon like Gyarados, Blastoise, and Charizard are in the cell and can easily break out with their attacks but don't actually do so, mainly because he was fully expecting them to do so when they were first locked up.
After a line by Ash implies he knows his memory was wiped, Suede imagines Mewtwo taking him aside to explain the last time they met.
Mewtwo: Ash, come here. You know, I... haven't been entirely honest with you. We've met before.
Mewtwo: Yes, you see, I was kinda in a bad place, you know, so I thought I'd enslave all of humanity and kinda killed you. Oh, it's okay, you got better, obviously. Luckily, all the magical tears of all the sad Pokémon turned you back from being solid rock. ...screw it. (wipes Ash's memory again)
Ash: Just show me where it is and I'll tackle it!
After the weirdness with the oddly tasty spring, the closing song is "Something In The Water".
Suede!Pikachu: (after tasting the water) Oh, baby, I can see Arceus!
Linkara flippinghis shit over the movie's epic Arceus Ex Machina aka the army of Celebi from the past and future coming without any foreshadowing or build-up to magically bring the once dead Celebi back to life and the massiveBroken Aesop that comes with it. It's made even funnier with the fact that Linkara follows trying to say something positive about the movie by cutting himself off and taking it all back.