The Music Video Show is a comedic web series that features The Black In Hat reviewing one music video a week. Since the fourth episode, he decides whether or not he would watch the video again. It debuted on September 23 2013. The web series can be found here and here
The show provides examples of the following tropes:
Abusive Parents: Implied. Says having a psychotic Santa laughing in your face is better than having his drunk father try to choke him while he's sleeping.
Accentuate the Negative Reviews music videos and points out the flaws in all of them, whether or not they are worth repeat viewings.
Believes Soulja Boy made Yaaah! because of a result of Tourettes Syndrome.
The bus driver in the Backstreet Boys' "Backstreet's Back" music video is high when he leaves the band in the seemingly abandoned house...to be fair, he seems to be holding a blunt in his hand.
In episode 7, God is trying to kill the lead singer of Creed.
In another video, Creed are aliens who make music for a group of people who go to their concert and abduct them through a spaceship that is above them, yet no one seems to notice. Then, when the band kills them, they change their music for another group of people and do the same thing.
In episode 10, he believes the woman crashed her car into oncoming traffic because she found her boyfriend's Creed CD collection in the glove compartment.
Downer Ending: Episode 25 ends with the Black In Hat locking himself in a bunker with the end of the world happening offscreen. Episode 26 states it never happened.
Early Installment Weirdness The first couple of episodes had instances of low volume, the split screens were a bit off, the split second transitions and the video was shot in front of a white wall. Starting in episode 4, there is an opening theme song and, later episodes would fix the volume issues, the split second transitions were gone, the split screen problems were worked out a bit better. In episode 26, the series was shot on a couch, instead of a white background.
On top of that, the first three episodes seem a bit unfinished compared to the episodes that followed. He doesn't say whether or not he would watch the video again and the video would end after a joke.
In one episode, there are a couple of nods to Harry Potter. "I didn't know that their fire place was part of the Floo Network!" and "I wouldn't kiss under that mistletoe...they've been known to contain Nargles."
"Gwen Stefani is trying to be hip for the kids, she's alienating everyone who liked her in the first place...she's trying to be Madonna...please don't be Madonna...otherwise, the midlife crisis will last for decades."
Now, Eddie Murphy could do something he couldn't for most of the 90s and 2000s...be funny."