Horrible / Fan Film

While it's simple to make a Fan Fic, a Fan Film takes a lot more work. That still doesn't keep some of them from being this awful, although the same can be said of some original movies.

BEWARE: Most of these will not be safe for work, eyes, sanity, or any combination of the previous three.

Important Note: Merely being offensive in its subject matter is not sufficient. Hard as it is to imagine at times, there is a market for all types of deviancy, no matter how small a niche it is. It has to fail to appeal even to that niche to qualify as this, and any descriptions that fail to imply anything but offensiveness will be deleted.

Examples (more-or-less in alphabetical order):

  • Bludshot the Hedgehog (Original videos no longer exist, but several commentaries like this one do)
    • Fandom: Sonic the Hedgehog.
    • Synopsis: Bludshot, a Sonic recolor Gary Stu, has his village burned down and his parents killed by Eggman. He sets out to find the Chaos Emeralds and kill Eggman.
    • Comments: It's nothing more than slideshows of Sonic X screencaps and other pictures recolored in MS Paint. Bad voice acting, unoriginal plot, and anime and RPG clichés galore...and that doesn't cover the author's reactions to criticism. Has an Encyclopedia Dramatica page (NSFW as should be expected).

  • Bowser loses his voice
    • Fandom: Super Mario Logan
    • Synopsis: A fan reenactment of the SML video with the same name.
    • Comments: This is clearly a cheap Mockbuster of the original SML video. If that wasn't bad enough, there is no editing in the video at all. Plus, the camera is way too shaky. On top of that, the voices are just plain horrible. Not only does it barely try to sound like the original characters; it's also only done by two kids. That's it.

  • Bring Gold Freddy to Life
    • Fandom: Five Nights at Freddy's
    • Synopsis: A fan animation based on Evanescence's "Bring Me to Life" (AKA that "Wake Me Up Inside" song) that focuses on Golden Freddy's origin.
    • Comments: Apparently the first "episode" of a FNAF anime that may or may not still be in progress, this fan animation comes off as a dose of cringe as soon as what appears to be Golden Freddy wearing a red robe (?) opens his eyes and weeps blood, which regularly appears in the video. There are also way too many spotlight spin effects. The most horrible moment of the video is undeniably where The Puppet's (who's apparently fused with Pac-Man) disembodied head appears and begins "talking" in a way that is eerily similar to that of a sock puppet. Even worse is that he has literally two frames of animation, one with his mouth open, the other with his mouth closed, played at a nearly seizure-inducing speed. Surprisingly, it gets even worse as it goes on. The episode has an extremely nonsensical plot, implying that Golden Freddy and Mike were lovers, only for Mike to cheat on him with (or break up with him and then date, it's never make clear) Balloon Boy. So Golden Freddy decides to murder BB in revenge. The ending implies that Mike is about to kill Golden Freddy, but it never shows what happens. You know the video sucks when The Puppet's appearance is turned into a flair on the subreddit r/fnafcringe.

  • Call of Duty: MW3 Collab
    • Fandom: Modern Warfare.
    • Synopsis: See below.
    • Comments: An obvious troll video, but it deserves to be on this list. Two of the clips in the "collab" are short gameplay clips being looped endlessly while a version of "Scene Girlz" by Broke NCYDE with the volume cranked up way too high plays, one of the clips shows a conversation between two horribly-drawn characters while that same song plays, and another one of the clips is simply a white background with text reading "fuck hooker". The only clip that looks like it had any effort put into it is the one where Mega Man and Proto Man are fighting in front of the MW3 logo.

  • The Captain's Tale (original video taken down)
    • Fandom: Torchwood
    • Synopsis: Captain Jack climbs on top of a grave and bitches about how shitty his life is.
    • Comments: Its creator, Michael Davis, was already experiencing a Fallen Creator status amongst fans due to his increasingly tactless behaviour throughout 2016 (including bullying a disabled child and a bizarre meltdown at Sheffield Comic Con where he stripped down for no reason) and this video did nothing to help matters. The video, all of two minutes long, is poorly written, paced and overall made. Literally a minute of it is Davis walking to a cemetery. He climbs up on top of a grave and delivers a completely out of character monologue about how bad living forever is. Not only is he Not Even Bothering with the Accent, but he basically seems to be re-writing the Doctor's "It's not fair!" speech from The End of Time. And at risk of entering Arson, Murder, and Jaywalking territory here, he couldn't even be bothered to mix the audio properly. While he already has a bad reputation for his ability to cause Darkness-Induced Audience Apathy, this took it to extremes, sucking out all the joy of the usually campy and flirty Jack, derailing his character completely. The video recieved such overwhelmingly negative response that it was taken down after a day, although screenshots of it exist, and a screenshot displaying Davis' Small Name, Big Ego, where he called a gay critic out on his use of N-Word Privileges (with regards to the use of the word "homo"). In its place came... a trailer channel.

  • Calvin and Hobbes ButterFinger Commercial

  • Charlie Brown tries to celebrate Hanukkah
    • Fandom: Peanuts
    • Synopsis: Charlie Brown does Exactly What It Says on the Tin in the form of a song.
    • Comments: The song has nothing to do with Hanukkah, the lyrics to the song don't make sense, and Charlie Brown does nothing but bounce around Christmas decorations.

  • The Death Of Batman
    • Fandom: Batman.
    • Synopsis: Batman has to face up to the idea of having put an innocent man in prison and ruining his life. And get anally violated.
    • Comments: This film takes an interesting premise (a vigilante facing up to a mistake and examining how much power is given to a man who has no real authority) and completely ruins it. The acting is awful, Batman is completely out of character (He makes quips that Spider-man would laugh at him for, he gets taken down by an untrained amateur), the plot makes no sense (Batman apparently just apprehended the kid because he was nearby and at no point in the long process from arrest to incarceration did anyone ask any questions) and it ends with Batman dead but no one identifying the body as Bruce Wayne. On a side note, Christian Bale's sister has a small role in it. One wonders if Bale was making sure that this wasn't his family's only contribution to Bob Kane and Bill Finger's world.

  • Disney Bad Lip Reading Episode 6-Inside Out "4Kids Ruined One Piece Rant"
    • Fandom: Inside Out, One Piece
    • Description: The emotions watch the 4Kids dub of One Piece.
    • Comments: The voice-over is so loud that it could startle first-time viewers, the person doesn't even try to make each character's voice sound different, the timing of the voices are off and the dialouge is plagiarized from the scene with the broccoli pizza.
  • elmo the handy man
    • Fandom: Sesame Street
    • Synopsis: A series of videos where Elmo gets killed in gruesome ways a la Happy Tree Friends.
    • Comments: The videos always start with Elmo doing a random thing and then getting killed for no real good reason. Its art is as good as if someone was drawing with their hands broken. The physics are unrealistic and Elmo seems to do stuff for no reason (once he turned on the garbage disposal and looks in it and sticks his hand into it] and to top it off the voice acting is terrible and audio design is VERY annoying with the same screams playing over and over again. The creator of the videos also made two games about his videos (elmo dies the game 1 and 2) but it's not so much of a game and it's more of a slideshow of videos where Elmo gets killed with the same formula.

  • Eye on Blatchfordnote 
    • Fandom: Doctor Who
    • Synopsis: A Mockumentary about an incompetent Expy of Scaroth, the main antagonist from the story "City of Death".
    • Comments: The DVD release of the story "Pyramids of Mars" had been accompanied by a short fan film about that story's villain Sutekh living in the real world, which was occasionally funny and mostly tolerable thanks to them bringing back the actor who had actually played him in the original story. So, the "City of Death" DVD release got this film... which is twice as long as its predecessor, doesn't have the actor who originally played Scaroth (though does have Sutekh's actor, in a totally pointless cameo role), and is filled with godawful, unfunny jokes that will be incomprehensible to anyone without an encyclopaedic knowledge of Doctor Who history, and insulting to anyone who does have that sort of knowledge. It was so badly received by the fanbase that there were widespread calls for the BBC to fire DVD range producer Steve Roberts — who allocated a significant portion of the budget to this film and is close friends with its director — and though he kept his job, he unsurprisingly never commissioned anything similar for any future DVDs.

  • Garfrield Da Cat [sic] 1 2 3 4 5
    • Fandom: Garfield.
    • Synopsis: A series of badly done flash movies lasting an average of 1 minute apiece, featuring Garfield, Jon, and Odie.
    • Comments: EVERYTHING is poorly drawn. The voice acting is badly recorded, and the characters' mouths are often just waving circles not even in sync with the dialogue. It relies heavily on Vulgar Humor. The backgrounds are borderline nonexistent, often being composed of simple shapes or cheap gradients. It's badly coded (the creator even included notes from the template he used, despite the blatant "DO NOT INCLUDE THESE NOTES IN YOUR MOVIE" text at the top). It often makes no sense whatsoever (In the fifth installment, Garfield's arm flies off with a bomb he throws). Many animations and bits of voice acting are blatantly recycled, and it's quite obvious whenever the creator put in new dialogue over it. Topping it all off, the fourth one isn't even a Garfield movie, but a Shrek movie. The quality isn't any better.

  • Grandma's Kisses
    • Fandom: SpongeBob SquarePants
    • Synopsis: A mockbuster of Grandmas Kisses Dub and a shitty YouTube Poop-like video of the episode at the same time.
    • Comments: There are two parts that EXTREMELY blatantly rip off Greenday12688's beloved dub ("Black people!" becomes "Beaners", "The rockets... and oranges... DAVID HASSELHOFF!" becomes "The fireworks... playground balls... PAMELA ANDERSON!") and the rest is just an irritating voice proclaiming SpongeBob's love of cookies and what appears to be a zero given shits YouTube Poop. The icing on the cake is the truly baffling description ("Do you believe in love at first sight? Well, you will now!").

  • Guilderland Mew Mew

  • Gyro: Dark Chronicles: Episode 12 3 45
    • Fandom: Sonic the Hedgehog
    • Synopsis: Gyro the Hedgehog's sister Sabrina is kidnapped by Zero (not that one), and he must get to his base to rescue her, gaining some more totally original friends along the way.
    • Comments: It's a Microsoft Paint slideshow with Sonic sprites and bland backgrounds. Right off the bat the story is incomprehensible and cliché. Gyro is useless throughout the entire story so far, despite being the titular character; all he does is say "I'm faster than Sonic!" and get hurt. He makes all of his overpowered sidekicks do most of the work for him. The two villains, Zero and a ghost hedgehog, are laughable, being obliterated in mere seconds by Gyro's Gary Stu friends. Unsurprisingly, despite having "dark" in the name and opening with Linkin Park music, the series isn't dark or edgy in the slightest. The creator can't react to criticism well, either.
    • Half of the first episode is the title card and the voices are provided by Speakonia (making the video sound similar to Barney Bunch or Dolan videos). It's hard to imagine what kind of sane person would make this and not be joking. MSkull01 tore apart the pilot episode here.
    • Going back to the criticism, the creator, GyroHedgie453, responded to any criticism by labeling critics as trolls, and made videos in which his character, Gyro, killed them. These videos also used intros far too long, made Gyro seem even more over-powered, were poorly-animated, and still cliched as Hell. In one of his last videos, GyroHedgie453 claimed to be a troll himself, though this may be just a "Just Joking" Justification and this series was intended to be serious prior to that announcement.
    • Even though each episode was under six minutes long, with 50 seconds being devoted to the opening in each episode, GyroHedgie453 thought the series was good enough for him to make a movie out of.

  • Htf fan dub letter later then never
    • Fandom: Happy Tree Friends.
    • Synopsis: A fan voice over of the Happy Tree Friends episode: Letter Late Than Never
    • Comments: This is nothing but a guy talking over a Happy Tree Friends episode, with a crappy camera and his voice are hard to understand, due to talking too quietly. Plus the dialogue is mainly overused 2007 memes, such as Chad Warden or The Legendof Zelda C Di Games.

  • Iggy Koopa Animated Short: The Machine (Old Animation 2013)

  • kif kroker kicks bear frombear in the big blue house and falls down (Original video no longer exists)
    • Fandom: Futurama and Bear in the Big Blue House, both In-Name-Only.
    • Synopsis: Exactly What It Says on the Tin, accompanied with an audio bit from 300 (you can guess which one).
    • Comments: An extremely pointless revenge video that was only made because the creator hates BITBBH. First of all, "Kif Kroker" is Maxwell (if you look closely at the text boxes at the beginning and end, they even mention Scribblenauts) and "Bear" is a purple thing playing a flute. Second, the video was made with something like Hypercam. And lastly, they didn't bother to use actual video footage, instead opting to use Powerpoint!

  • MGHSHour2a (Erik "Taz" Mokracek)
    • Fandom: Various, largely game shows, Dragon Tales, Pokémon, plus network ident bumpers and retailing
    • Synopsis: Mostly bumpers for fictional TV networks of his own creation; sometimes fictional game show episodes involving his favorite characters
    • Comments: All of the bumpers are garish text on an ugly background with a single character from a desired franchise and a stock bumper music. His idea of an interesting network would be something like "The Mall Channel" or "The Fruit Snack Channel". Other videos are just nothing but characters going to shopping malls or stores, and laboriously detailing what toys they bought there (one set of videos consists of nearly an hour of slowly scrolling, typo-filled text!). His game show episodes consist of nothing but still images of the appropriate characters and typo-laden run-on sentence captions, with inane questions such as "What is the most favorite snack in the USA?". His choices of game shows to recreate are bizarre, ranging from obvious choices like The Hollywood Squares and Family Feud, to forgotten fare like Bargain Hunters (supposedly an Old Shame of its host, Peter Tomarken) or Break the Bank (1985). He has been on YouTube since at least 2009 and has literally hundreds of videos, but the quality has not changed a bit.

  • Monty Python and the Holy Grail (New Release 2008)

  • mr. bill goes to driving school
    • Fandom: Saturday Night Live.
    • Synopsis: Hoping to learn how to drive, Mr. Bill does Exactly What It Says on the Tin, and he gets physically abused, as the case often is, by Mr. Hands.
    • Comments: The backgrounds are pieces of paper with crappy crayon drawings along a tile floor, the dialogue consists largely of nothing but "No wait no wait NO!", Mr. Bill looks nothing like his SNL equivalent, he suffers injury only twice and he gets decapitated and cries both times. Almost every comment on it says how much the video sucks, and there are more than twice as many dislikes to likes.

  • Mr. Morton dies
    • Fandom: Schoolhouse Rock.
    • Synopsis: "The Tale of Mr. Morton" has an alternate ending where he falls down the stairs and dies.
    • Comments: A two-and-a-half minute video with exactly three seconds of original content. Until the very last three seconds, it's simply the original video filmed poorly with a camera in front of the TV, with bad audio and occasionally the microphone in the shot. The last three seconds consist of marker drawings that wouldn't look out of place as Stylistic Suck played so fast it's impossible to tell what's going on, with no music and some kid vocalizing a cracking sound over them. The top comments on the video talk about how it's a complete waste of time and it has nearly a 4:1 ratio of dislikes to likes.

  • THE MOST SUPER KAWAII-EST LUCKY STAR FANDUB EVER.

  • Never Make Heavy Angry
    • Fandom: Team Fortress 2
    • Synopsis: Scout throws a boulder at Heavy's Sandwich, and the latter "beats up" (it's never made clear what happens) the little guy for it.
    • Comments: The whole thing is full of simple animation, a random Demoman somehow removing his shades without moving any part of his body other than his lips, and at the end, the screen cuts to black, and we hear the sound of 3 points being captured (implied by the description to be the sounds of the Scout on the receiving end of a No-Holds-Barred Beatdown).

  • Of Mice and Men II: Lenny's Rampage
    • Fandom: Of Mice and Men
    • Synopsis: A video from 1994 of a possible sequel to Of Mice and Men, which is apparently inspired by (and this could also be a poorly-done mockbuster version of) the "Disney's Of Mice and Men" segment of Saturday Night Live. In this version, Lennie actually survived being shot, and George claims that Lennie being shot was an accident. After that, Lennie starts petting a cat and kills it and then pets a dog and kills it. Then, some weird guy with a sea monster asks if Lennie wants to see it, and he kills the sea monster and the man who had it by snapping their necks. Then, Lennie asks a guy if he could pet his baby, and kills the man and his baby. Then, George calls Lennie a "stupid idiot" and gets angry at Lennie for doing another "bad thing". In fear of being harmed again, Lennie kills George.
    • Comments: The audio-synch is terrible (justified, as the video was taken from a VHS tape), the creators put little to no effort into making the video, the sound effects are unfitting (for instance, when the cat supposedly dies, the sound that the creator might have wanted to use is substituted for a happy cat meow, and whenever Lennie snaps the neck of an animal, a sound sounding like a fart noise plays), and the plot doesn't make any sense and is repetitive. (If Lennie was happy after George apologized, then why did he start killing animals and people?)

  • pbs chuck e cheese laugh commercial note 
    • Fandom: Mostly Barney & Friends, but also contained The Berenstain Bears, The Book Of Pooh, SpongeBob SquarePants, Despicable Me and Bear in the Big Blue House.
    • Synopsis: In the first segment, Mama Bear looks at a letter as the WTF bomb plays and the joke is repeated again with a Book Of Pooh bumper for five minutes. The second segment is a YouTube Poop of the Barney and Friends episodes "Pistachio" and "Full Team Ahead!" which contains Baby Bop referencing various memes, the characters swearing using a sound clip that sounded like "shit", squirrel jokes replacing pieces of dialogue, a rendition of Old McDonald with Sound Effect Bleeps, and an ending containing the WTF bomb repeated again. The third segment is the Columbia TriStar logo repeated a few times. After that, we see several Book of Pooh bumpers from Playhouse Disney. The fourth segment is a Pooh's Adventures-style video using a clip from Despicable Me with SpongeBob clips inserted into the scene as if they are reacting to the clip and the WTF bomb going off again. Finally, we reach the fifth segment, which consists of fast-forwarded footage of various cartoons before ending with a scene from Bear in the Big Blue House and the WTF bomb going off a final time.
    • Comments: This is basically a YouTube Poop with an unfitting name presented in five segments that overuse jokes ad nauseam. Unlike most YouTube Poops, this one lasts fifteen minutes long.

  • Pooh's Adventures (too many to list here, but you can check out the wiki.)
    • Fandom: The New Adventures of Winnie the Pooh, along with any cartoons the creator feels like throwing in
    • Synopsis: A series of YouTube vids that have become so widespread that they can almost be considered a genre unto themselves. They all follow the same exact formula: Take an existing cartoon (anything from a 10-minute short to a full-length feature), splice in footage with as many cartoons as you like, and clumsily edit dialogue to make it seem like they're all part of the same story.
    • Comments: Every one of these movies is a chore to sit through. The added footage completely ruins the pacing of the original story with the added characters contributing nothing except exposition and glaringly obvious statements. To make matters worse, there are no attempts to dub the new dialogue in any way; it's all done in captions with no sound at all. The added characters possess none of the personality they normally would, largely because there's so many characters thrown in that none of them can be properly focused on, but also because they're simply being added to an existing narrative that was already complete. The series been made fun of several times, including this Tumblr and several parodies such as Pooh's Adventures of The Toxic Avenger (made by the same person who ran the aforementioned blog) and Pooh's Adventures of Breaking Bad. The sad thing about it all is that it all stemmed from something that was very cool. YouTuber Tony WDA made Animated Crossovers which, like Pooh's Adventures, would integrate characters into scenes from animated movies, though primarily Disney films. The difference being that the additions weren't distracting and didn't negatively affect the pacing, and if it did affect the pacing it was usually to put an interesting angle on a scene, such as integrating Timon and Pumbaa's scenes from The Lion King 1˝ with the stampede scene from the first movie. Unfortunately, due to a multitude of reasons, a majority of those videos can no longer be found and it's a shame that it's been outlived by something as mediocre as this.
  • The Search for Tecna (original video removed)
    • Fandom: Primarily Thomas the Tank Engine and Winx Club. note 
    • Synopsis: After a prophecy in his dream, Percy must save his cousin Tecna, who has been mysteriously captured by evil fairies and a guitar-wielding train.
    • Comments: While the crude Original Character art, well trodden plot, and odd choice of crossover can be good for a laugh, this movie is a technical trainwreck. Audio levels are wildly inconsistent, so the viewer must choose between missing dialogue from some characters or enduring Sensory Abuse from others. Voice direction is nonexistent; many bad takes made it to the final cut, and most of the cast now regard it as an Old Shame. Worst of all, most of the video consists of clips and screenshots taken directly from the shows, which is a problem for two reasons. First, the major differences in background between the shows make it difficult to discern where anything is taking place, which, in tandem with the audio problems, makes every scene near impossible to follow. Second, this practice has gotten several parts taken down for copyright violation, leaving the remaining parts even less comprehensible than they would be normally. Basically, this movie is a Mind Screw. And while most of the entries on this page last about 1-20 minutes, The Search For Tecna lasts SIX HOURS!

  • SLENDER MAN
    • Fandom: The Slender Man Mythos.
    • Synopsis: Marble Hornets, as done by Uwe Boll.
    • Comments: A Shoddy Knockoff of Marble Hornets. The acting would make Tommy Wiseau wince; every character is wooden and unconvincing. The minimalist terror of Marble Hornets is replaced with stupid horror clichés; stock creepy music plays constantly, one character inexplicably wanders into the woods while rambling to himself about Slender Man, and the camera work is laughable. The special effects are abysmal, with unconvincing gore and distortion effects. Where it's not being stupid, it blatantly plagiarizes the source material, with characters named after Marble Hornets characters, and a note that repeats verbatim what was said in "Entry #####". Finally, there's no respect for the source material. Slendy speaks, gives a Motive Rant near the end, and is defeated with a cell phone camera. An insult to the entire Mythos, and easily one of the worst things it's ever spawned.

  • Snake Kills Raiden
    • Fandom: Metal Gear.
    • Synopsis: The Colonel informs Snake that Raiden (who is now a Catholic priest) is molesting children at Disneyland, and that he needs to be stopped. Snake finds Raiden, tells him "Everyone who played Metal Gear Solid 2 hated your bleach-blond ass", and then shoots him repeatedly. The blood from the gunshot wounds in Raiden's head spell out "Snake was here", and then Snake laughs endlessly.
    • Comments: A pointless revenge video that was made only because the creator hates Raiden. Now, anti-Raiden videos/shorts can be funny if done right (see some of the Raiden-related shorts from the MGS: Flash Collab for example), but this is not done right at all. It's not even the least bit funny. The "animation" (if you could call it that) is simply pictures taken from the internet (some of them even have the site logo in the corner), but with open mouths poorly drawn on them, and whenever the mouths open and close, the whole picture moves along with it. The voice acting is poorly-recorded, poorly-done, and hard to understand for the most part (for example, Raiden sounds like he has some sort of weird accent, and it's hard to understand most of the stuff he's saying). Snake's voice changes constantly, in some parts his voice sounds really deep, whereas other parts he sounds like a 10-year-old boy trying to do a deep voice. Sometimes, the vocals are totally absent and a silent flapping of mouths takes place. Also, they're not using an actual picture of Raiden through most of the video, instead they're using a picture of a girl cosplaying as him. Here's what the reviewers have to say:
      • "This was in no way shape or form funny, well-made, or worth submitting. Basically, it sucked."
      • "I was going to cut you some slack, but god... FUCKING SHIT!!! Cataclysmic is the only word I can use to describe here. This was so bad it could make a nun cry. Have you no sould MAN!!?"
      • "The 10 year old voicing, the poor excuse for animation... I'm a diehard Metal Gear and I'll happily tell you this is 100% pathetic."
      • "that's the worst thing i ever saw... ever... horribly cut and past animation, I don't even know what youwere saying. english definatly wasn't your first lanuage huh? learn to use flash, learn to speak better, and try no to eat the microphone when your talking into it."
      • "As much as I would like to say that your Animation's shit, the voice acting is worse than mine, and the idea is just ungodly unbelievable... Oh wait, I just did."
      • "JESUS WHAT THE FUCK WERE YOU THINKING WITH THIS PIECE OF SHIT!!! JEEZ EVEN THE ONE I'M WORKING ON IS LOW QUALITY BUT IT ACTUALLY HAS SOME HUMOR!!! WORST FLASH EVER!!!!!!!!!!!!!!"

  • Spongebob Style
    • Fandom: Spongebob Squarepants.
    • Synopsis: A parody of Gangnam Style, with a kid singing about how cool Spongebob is.
    • Comments: First of all, this shouldn't even be called a song. It's just some kid rambling about Spongebob while an instrumental version of Gangnam Style plays. He's not even singing, he's just talking. In some parts, he's not even going to the beat either. He also sounds like he's crying, and like he's just making up all the lyrics as the music goes, instead of writing or rehearsing it beforehand. seinfeldspitstain of Jimmy Neutron Happy Family Happy Hour fame made this parody.

  • Spongebob The Loud House Intro
    • Fandom: Spongebob Squarepants and The Loud House'
    • Synopsis: The intro of The Loud House, if Spongebob was in there
    • Comments: This is literary nothing but badly pasted models of Spongebob next to Lincoln during the opening of The Loud House, With that said the model is badly copied pasted on their and it current points it covers up Lincoln's body, so he is barely shown. Not to mention the intro says the same despite being a crossover of both shows.

  • Sunday Night Live Mr. Bill Sketch
    • Fandom: Saturday Night Live.
    • Synopsis: Mr. Bill wants to have a good Mother's Day, and he doesn't want Mr. Hands to ruin it.
    • Comments: This is hardly any better than "Mr. Bill Goes to Driving School" above. It was filmed inside a Presbyterian church, the background doesn't change, Mr. Bill's face remains in the same position, Mr. Hands fails at burning Mr. Bill with a lighter (he's actually lighting a few candles to set the mood) and Mr. Bill's mother doesn't even appear in it despite it clearly being a Mother's Day-based sketch. It doesn't even have a hundred likes at this point while it has over 180 dislikes.

  • This day aria Applejack (Original video no longer exists)

  • YTP: There's no sign of Carmen around here! Part 2 Part 3 Part 4
    • Fandom: Where in the World Is Carmen Sandiego?.
    • Synopsis: Random people tell the viewer that Carmen Sandiego is not where they are looking and suggest them to try looking elsewhere.
    • Comments: First of all, this video cannot even be considered a YouTube Poop by normal definition of the term. All it is is stock images of people with speech bubbles placed next to them as a voiceover reads the text, and the videos are also less than ten seconds in length.
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