Jack Douglass is an American filmmaker, comedian, and musician, who runs the YouTube channel Jacksfilms, on which he posts parodies of just about anything. He also has a long-running (over 1.5 years and 50 episodes as of April 2013) series called Your Grammar Sucks, where he reads aloud grammatically-painful and typo-laden comments left on YouTube and Facebook. He is attempting to "clean up the world"—or at least the internet—one comment at a time.Here's his main YouTube channel, where his skits are posted. He also has a vlog channel, a secret channel, and two old, unused behind-the-sceneschannels.
Bilingual Bonus: The YGS comments in Spanish and Portuguese, which he'll read in a hokey Latin accent, while pronouncing laughter ("jajaja") with the English J.
Butt Monkey: Kristen. Even retroactively, in YGS #48 when the line "i thinking now on my girlfriend" brings up a picture of Jack himself in drag rather than Kristen. Although this is justified by them having broken up.
"That's almost a hundred..."Explanation: At various points throughout YGS' history, he's said something along the lines of "Episode X? That's almost a hundred!" It's only recently passed 50 episodes.
":a what a fucke?!" Explanation Ever since this entry from episode 21, he's used this sound bit/video clip/quote whenever he comes across a particularly baffling comment. Behold,all of them.
"Oh, Olga!" Explanation Fellow YouTuber/IRL friend Olga Kay, of Russian descent, has some trouble with the english language in written form (she's fluent in speech) despite having lived here for quite a few years, and Jack features one of her comments every once in a while in an episode of YGS, followed by him exclaiming "Oh, Olga!"
"Help me clean up YouTube! If you see an amazingly bad comment on the Internet, take a screencap of it and send it my way either via Twitter or my Facebook fanpage." Explanation His plug at the end of every episode for sending him possible YGS entries. He eventually turned it into a jingle.
Starting around episode 32, he's been including at least one tweet from fellow YouTuber Olga Kay in every few episodes of YGS, followed by an exclamation of "OH, OLGA". He even managed to fit it into the Christmas Special, which is a song.
At the end of some videos (before Jack moved to L.A.), Jack's (former) girlfriend Kristen will be there with him, apparently to talk about upcoming videos...but every time, he tells her to shut up as soon as she opens her mouth, leaving her standing there awkwardly.
Stress Vomit: In the "Dubstep Solves Everything" video, Jack's convulsing to his own dubstep noises makes the girl he's coming onto puke in distress and creeped-out-ness.
Stupid Statement Dance Mix: They're not dance mixes, per se, but YGS #10, 15, 25, 30, 35, and 45 are all songs or Piss Take Rap comprised (nearly) entirely of badly spelled comments. He even rhymed them. And believe it or not, there are a few instances where two comments in a row actually make sense together.
Sometimes done on a case-by-case basis for single comments in the regular YGS run, generally involving Self-Backing Vocalist.
Jack himself for YGS #45, except it starts before the midpoint of the video and pretty much takes over.
Tropes that apply to Jack Douglass
Alter Ego Acting: As Chad "Broseph" Huntington, the backwards-cap double-popped-collar-wearing drinkin' fool.
Not to mention Dennis.
Berserk Button: Jack tends to react badly when particularly bad comments get a high amount of likes. It's taken to its logical conclusion in YGS 57, where his reaction to a particularly bad comment getting an absurd amount of likes is to angrily lunge at the camera.
He is also not a fan of Ray William Johnson, although he has made it clear that he respects Ray's ability to get people such as Robin Williams into his videos, and would also try to keep conversation polite.
Epic Fail: He once tried to prank call Toby Turner and say that his girlfriend was pregnant, with him not knowing what to do. Toby was watching the livestream he was doing this on, and Jack didn't bother checking to see if he could.
Ridiculously Cute Critter: Jack's new puppy, Klondike. She's an adorable American Eskimo dog that regularly falls asleep in Jack's arms.
Vitriolic Best Buds: With Toby Turner; the two prank one another on a near constant basis, including in their respective videos. Regardless, the two are good friends and regularly collaborate. The same goes for Sean Klitzner, who has jokingly said that Jack is his archnemesis and constantly tries pranking him.
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