Lying Creator: Asserted repeatedly on his Twitter that he couldn't make it to the Year 3 Shoot and wouldn't appear (though both his wife and his mother blew the cover, but nobody noticed).
Missing Episode: The video that got the attention of That Guy himself—a rant about the idiocy of YouTube's rationale for taking down The Nostalgia Critic videos—is now lost and gone forever; he saved it on a long-gone college computer and, seeing as he promised to take the video down once the issue was resolved, it's no longer on YouTube.
His wife was going to post various photos and videos of the Year 3 Shoot, but the iPod that had all the files on it was stolen and wiped clean.
Suede laments in his "Top 11 American Anime" that, in spite of the entire rest of the series (except Episode 10) being available on line, The Legend of Calamity Jane: Episode 11, "Protégé" (an episode with a plot so powerful it got burned into his brain) is one of these.
He comissoned his wife (then girlfriend) to draw this.
His computer hardware is an 2.66 GHz Intel Core i5 iMac and his editing software is Adobe Premiere Pro CS5.
After finishing his missionary duties in Auckland he went back to Christchurch, where he stayed for three months. He then had to go to Auckland to go to San Francisco to go to Utah to marry. He then went to Chicago with his wife to participate in the TGWTG Year 3 shoot. He then went back to Christchurch, where he lived in a caravan parked in front lawn of his parents' house that he rented from them for two months. He now lives with his wife in a house they rented from a Russian language professor until November.
The reason why he used the Sheath Strike in Suburban Knights was because the katana used was real, and he accidentally cut Rob Walker's forehead.