Trivia / cs188

  • Cowboy Be Bop At His Computer: Lampshaded in the description of the video "Stu 'puts Angelica to sleep' at 4am", when said video has Billy Mays refer to Angelica as Stu's daughter. She's his niece.
  • Defictionalization: Apparently, he was actually working on an playable version of Billy Mays' Shitblaster (as seen in OMABA'S NEW WORLD ORDER ACID TRIP. (although, unlike the actual version, which depicted it as a side-scrolling platformer, this was a Doom mod.)
  • Follow the Leader: Countless other poopers have made reference to many of his running gags, especially "HoH SiS", the "joj", and "do it all over again".
  • Keep Circulating the Tapes: Several of his poops have been taken down, including "No one needs foundation repair" and all the other HoH SiS, "James B!unt Exposes His Beautiful Genitalia at a Sandwich Shop", and "Macklemore-or-less Pops Some Pills at the Gift Shop". However, they are most often re-uploaded by others in due time.
  • One of Us: He's aware of his TV Tropes page, as shown in one of his LP YTPs on his other channel.
  • Orphaned Reference: "YOUR SINK IS THE BATHROOM" contains a reference to "Susway", a Call-Back to the "James B!unt" poop that made no sense after the latter was taken down, but has since been reuploaded by a fan of cs's videos who uploaded a copy to Facebook and the re-uploader filed a copyright dispute to prevent the Lawyers from doing it all over again.
  • Sleeper Hit: "No one needs foundation repair" was only meant to be a one-off filler, but it has become one of his most famous poops, with several sequels and spin-offs. After he took down every poop using that source due to a privacy complaint, others quickly re-uploaded them. It has also spawned legions of imitators, and countless Shout Outs referencing HoH SiS, the JoJ, and/or the phrase "do it all over again."
  • Why Fandom Can't Have Nice Things: He took down two of his poops, "No one needs foundation repair" and "Escape from HoH SiS", because both used an advertisement from a foundation repair company in Texas who filed a complaint against him on YouTube. After taking them down, he put up a video explaining why they were taken down, and asked that anyone else using that company's ads for a source do likewise. But three years later, after receiving a call from one of the employees saying that someone had prank-called the company, he put up another video asking people not to do that.