I review terrible episodes from various cartoons and horrible animated movies. Whether it be SpongeBob, Family Guy, a show that couldn't make it past its pilot, or awful Disney cheapquels. I also review some of the hidden gems that may have gotten lost in the mess providing some of the most tearjerking or heartwarming stories ever told.
The Mysterious Mr. Enter (aka John Enter, real name Johnathan Rozanski and formerly known as Brovania) is an internet critic active on Youtube and various websites. He is mostly known for reviewing works of animation, both good and bad, as well reviewing episodes of the show My Little Pony: Friendship Is Magic.Currently, he has three series:
MLP Reviews, where, like the name implies, he reviews My Little Pony: Friendship Is Magic episodes using a unique point system: each episode starts with five points, with Mr. Enter adding or deducting more as the episode progresses. At the end of the review, he gives out a medal ranking which reflects his personal feelings towards the episode and a star ranking based on what he thinks is its overall quality (i.e. how many points it has earned). He reviewed every episode, with each review typically being posted 2-3 days after the episode initially airs.
Animated Atrocities, where he reviews bad cartoon episodes, whether they be examples of bad shows, bad episodes of good shows, failed pilots, bad animated films, or episodes of show that have began suffering from Seasonal Rot, such as SpongeBob SquarePants or Family Guy. He organizes his Atrocity reviews into 30-episode "seasons". Every 6th episode is an installment of My Little Pony G3, with the exception of his season finales, which are always SpongeBob ratings traps.
Admirable Animation, where he reviews good cartoons, usually ones with well-done, meaningful Tear Jerkersinvoked / Heartwarming Momentsinvoked, ones that Need More Love, others that he finds unique or avantgarde, or ones that showcases how to properly execute certain genres and tropes. Like the Animated Atrocities, the Admirable Animations are organized into seasons. However, this series is updated far less frequently due to various factors (they require much more work, and since they're driven by his passion for the works in question, he only does them when he feels the time is right).
Modern Nickelodeon, as seen by him devoting the month of April 2014 to showing how the network has fallen and why it needs to die. And this is without even touching his usual whipping boy, SpongeBob. Subverted when ultimately, he ends the month concluding that maybe Nickelodeon doesn't need to die, it just needs a wake-up call.
Double Subverted with Family Guy, as he was so insulted by the Life of Brian fiasco (which he concluded was nothing more than a cheap, manipulative, publicity stuntinvoked planned by the writers) that he decided to stop reviewing the show altogether. And then came the episode "Fresh Heir", which he hated so much that he not only reversed his stance on reviewing the series, but announced that it's going to become a regular fixture on Animated Atrocities along with Spongebob and G3 MLP.
Averted with Canada, both because of Uh Oh, Canada and because he considers making jokes about the country to be overused in general.
Actually Pretty Funny: During the "Life of Brian" review, he calls the chicken joke the only thing that got a laugh out of him.
The same goes for a scene in "Patrick's Staycation", where Squidward pushes Patrick off a table and steals his massage (given by SpongeBob).
The only funny joke in "Truth or Square" being when a customer unwittingly steals Mr. Krabs' wallet.
G3 Pinkie Pie: And I'm Pinkie Pie, and I'm always absolutely, definitely, positively pink, and that makes me special. Mr. Enter: Yeah let's see a human being call themselves special based on what color they are.
Also, G3 Spike is a Stage Mom who guilt-trips Wysteria into the thankless job of being a princess because he himself wants to be one.
This is also the reason why he hates the argument "it's just for kids" that many of his hatedom love to use. Arguing that a work's target audience does not justify poor quality and that kids who watch crap, will likely become adults who watch crap.
Artifact Title: Ever since he's shown his face on camera, he's a lot less mysterious. This is even lampshaded in the title of this video: "Mr. Enter gets a little less mysterious."
Even in the subject of Modern SpongeBob, he gives credit where credit is due, pointing out that there are a few diamonds in the rough and there is a token effort to rerail SpongeBob's character (not that the writers are trying to fix the show's other glaring flaws).
Book Ends: In his "Cold War" review, he complaints about the use of these in comedies, as it feels like the characters learnt nothing from the experience.
Mr Enter: I don't know if that's clever, or if that's lazy, or if that's cleverly lazy.
Broken Base: In-Universe example, he once had something of a feud with another MLP reviewer named Byter, after posting several videos regarding Byter's belief that MLP was suffering from Seasonal Rot.
He later had another feud with a deviantART user over the latter's negative response to his Breadwinners review.
Admits that his "Twilight's Kingdom" review will either be his best review or his worst review depending on who you are.
Broken Streak: Every sixth episode of Animated Atrocities he's reviewed a G3 episode of MLP due to coincidentally having his first two G3 review being six episodes apart. This was broken when he reviewed "Atlantis SquarePantis" as his 30th episode, only to have it subverted when he switched episodes 35 and 36 just to continue the cycle. He later decided that every 30th Animated Atrocity (or in other words, every season finale) will be a "SpongeBob ratings trap".
"Putting Your Hoof Down" and "Rainbow Falls" are the only MLP episodes to have negative scores. Most notably, the former episode dropped from the default five points to one point almost instantly due to Angel Bunny's Domestic Abuse of Fluttershy.
Mr. Enter: You wanna start at the bottom? We'll start at the bottom!
On a more positive note, his review of "Hurricane Fluttershy" averts this, the episode had earned the maximum ten points fairly quickly, and despite wanting to add another one, Mr. Enter couldn't add another point beyond that. He later took a snide remark from Spike as an excuse to deduct a point so he could add the point from earlier.
In his "Twilight's Kingdom" review, he states right at the beginning that he has found no narrative flaws and thus eschews the point system entirely.
Finds this to be the main problem with "Arthur's Big Hit", where it's trying to teach "it's not okay to hit people", but instead comes across as "it's not okay to hit people....unless they've happen to hit someone else."
He also finds this problem with "Feeling Pinkie Keen", "The Mysterious Mare Do Well", and "One Bad Apple". Even writing an essay about how the latter fails at its moral.
Complaining about Complaining: A large portion of his "Twilight's Kingdom" review has him ranting about all the negativity that other analysts have shown toward the show of late.
Content Warnings: There is a disclaimer at the beginning of some of his videos warning the viewer that they might find the video disturbing whenever the episode he's reviewing contains disturbingcontent.
"Ren Seeks Help" was so heinous that he felt a much stronger warning was warranted. And another content warning in the middle of the review to mark the Point of No Return
Voice Over: Some viewers may find this disturbing-
Mr. Enter: Stop. Right. "Some" viewers. I want you all to listen to me very carefully. First of all, if you don't know what a placenta is, you're too young to watch the review of this episode. As for the episode itself, I don't think that I'm old enough to watch the actual episode. But here we are. I've reviewed many terrible episodes from a variety of different cartoons. And I thought that I could take on anything. But this one almost tapped me out. It can change who you are. Beyond just giving you nightmares, or making you think that the writer's a sadistic fuck. It has the ability to kill hope. It has the ability to kill sanity. It has the ability to kill innocence. I may be going down here, but I'm bringing this fucker down with me.
Mr. Enter: This is your last chance. This is where the episode brings us to hell. It's going to show you some fucking screwed up things, and I'm not going to censor anything. Doing so, would defeat the purpose of this review. Everyone out who wants to go out (except me obviously)? Good.
He states that "Little Yellow Book" could have worked without the townspeoples' hypocrisy and Squidward showing regret for his actions, saying the writers could have gone with the typical diary plot line.
This was also the biggest problem with Teen Titans Go!, with Beast Boy and Cyborg devolving into selfish assholes who literally refuse to accept responsibility, while in the original, they were cheerful and fun-loving, but knew when to take life seriously.
This is also his issue with 'Regarding Margie', where Marge kicks Homer out of her life for no reason, and is presented as a good person.
Despair Event Horizon: After That One Scene in "Putting Your Hoof Down"note When Fluttershy insults Rarity and Pinkie Pie's reasons for living, making them cry and run off, he deducts a point, pushing the episode into negatives, and he becomes a lot more depressed for the rest of the review.
Mr. Enter: This moment has pushed this episode from abysmal to irredeemable.
Family-Unfriendly Aesopinvoked: A common reason for selecting Animated Atrocities such as "It's A Wishful Life", "Stuck in the Wringer" and "Seahorse Seashell Party", or failing Friendship Is Magic episodes such as "Keep Calm and Flutter On".
Fan Dumbinvoked: In his MLP reviews, he frequently deconstructs what he sees as ungrounded fan complaints. For example, in his "Equestria Games" review, he takes on the common complaint that the episode should have focused on the games instead of being a Spike story, thoroughly explaining why doing so would have been a bad idea and detailing why under the circumstances, doing the story that they did was not only the best choice, but probably the only reasonable one. (Basically, the writing choices made in "Rainbow Falls" had already ruined the arc's chances of having any meaningful payoff, so the best chance of salvaging the episode was to focus the plot elsewhere.)
Fanon Discontinuityinvoked: Played for laugh in his "Fresh Heir" review in which he believes that Christmas Guy never happened and that Brian Griffin is still dead.
Mr. Enter: HOLY SHIT A GHOST! La la la, I can't hear you, you're supposed to be dead! Maybe I will review "Christmas Guy", maybe I won't. Seth MacFarlane may have brought Brian back, but he's still dead to me.
Fantastic Racism: Feels that "Dragon Quest" is guilty of this, portraying dragons as morally corrupted jerks, and the only reason Spike is a good guy is because he was raised by ponies.
Flanderization: He feels that Pinkie Pie from Friendship is Magic has had her more eccentric personality traits heavily exaggerated in the show's later seasons. So far this is one of his only major complaints regarding the later seasons of the show.
Fatal Flaw: His least favorite writer on MLP:FIM is Charlotte Fullerton. Due to her having the recurring flaw of her episodes having one or more moments where all logic is thrown out the window.
Godzilla Threshold: A more benign example than most. As stated above, he repeatedly said he'd never show his face, and didn't for over a year. However, in August 2014, he decided that nothing short of such would allow him to properly thank his fans, so he went back on those statements.
Got Me Doing It: He breaks into rhyming when reviewing The Night B4 Christmas and says that it rubbed off on him.
Gratuitous Spanish: Breaks into it in his "Lupe's Revenge" review to insult Peggy Hill whenever she displays her lack of understanding of the language.
In his "Shorty Mc Shorts' Shorts" review, as a Running Gag, he replies "Me no habla espanol." everytime a character in the review speaks in a language that isn't English.
Growing the Beardinvoked: In his Admirable Animation for A Kind Mamodo, Kolulu, he states that, in his opinion, this episode is where Zatch Bell went from being just a good show, to a great show.
Just because he fails an episode in his MLP reviews doesn't mean that he hates it. "Feeling Pinkie Keen", "The Mysterious Mare Do Well", "Spike at Your Service", "MMMystery on the Friendship Express", and "Trade Ya" all received failing scores, but he doesn't count them among episodes he dislikes.
Currently, there are only three episodes he legitimately hates: "Putting Your Hoof Down" (for its mean-spiritedness), "Dragon Quest" (for unintentionally insulting the show's core message), and "Rainbow Falls" (for poor writing and a contrived plot). "Putting Your Hoof Down" and "Rainbow Falls" are the only FiM episodes he has labelled as Animated Atrocities (with "Dragon Quests" not being an animated atrocity due to mostly telling a cohesive story, and the Unfortunate Implications being incidental).
Inverted in that he dislikes the MLP episode "Hearts & Hooves Day" and The Powerpuff Girls episode "See Me, Feel Me, Gnomey" despite finding them good episodes.
Heroic BSOD: a literal example occurs during the review of Fresh Heir:
On-Screen Text: A problem has been detected and Mr. Enter has been shut down to protect his brain. If this is the first time you've seen this error screen, you know that you've come across some truly fucked up shit. Please do not adjust your computer. What you saw was indeed above and beyond disturbing, and can only be brought up by the most perverted of minds. Please stand by.
He believes Brian Griffin crossed it in "Herpe the Love Sore" for knowingly giving Stewie and Chris herpes and treating it like it was no big deal.
Tropes N to Z
Nausea Fuelinvoked: In his "Little Yellow Book" review, seeing Patrick say that ketchup will go great with an old diaper made him vomitfour times.
Mr. Enter: I was making jokes about your plot holes in Smooth Jazz in Bikini Bottom, but you came right out and said that Patrick literally eats shit!
Never Live It Down: invoked He acknowledges one of his such moments during his review of The Modifyers with an on-screen caption stating "Quick tip: if you make videos on the internet, don't make mistakes or people will keep telling you about them long after you've addressed them" (referring to how he mixed up Sanjay and Craig's names a couple of times in his "Fart Baby" review).
Orphaned Series: Along with Animated Atrocities, Admirable Animations, and MLP reviews. He also did reviews of MLP fanworks such as "Double Rainboom", "Turnabout Storm", and "Friendship Is Witchcraft". Since then, he's unofficially announced that he will no longer do reviews of MLP fanworks due to the overabundance of people requesting him reviews of their own fanworks and his overall lack of interest for them in general.
Although not on the above list, he dislikes the "new pet that makes the old one jealous" plot, going so far as to say that he not only has never seen it done right, but has stated that it cannot be done right and that writers should stop using it. "A Pal for Gary" certainly didn't help in that regard.
Mr. Enter: Isn't it great that they're trying to teach kids such VALUABLE lessons in life? All right, you three — what's the word I'm looking for — dipshits? No, that word is too good for you. Assholes? That's not quite right either. Fuckers? No. I'm just going to call you three excuses for humanity until I can find a description that properly suits your crude, idiotic, and juvenile talentless ASSES! What reality do you three live in? I'd really want to know. I'm genuinely curious. In this reality, it's conventional wisdom that it actually takes an adult to write for children. What am I saying, that's not fair. Children would make better writers than you three. Hell, infants would. My DOG would, you mindless, degenerate hacks. You three may want to thank the lucky stars, every second of every day, that whoever you sold your souls to was stupid enough to give you your jobs. Because if you lose your jobs writing this trite shit, you most likely will never work again. Not just in television, but in ANY job. I don't know anyone who would lower themselves so substantially, to even reluctantly want your demented, poisoned minds around. Just leave us all alone, and go back to the fucking sludge you came from.
He also gives one to SpongeBob in the middle of his "One Coarse Meal" review.
SpongeBob: Sorry, Plankton, but that flies in the face of my good nature. Mr. Enter: Good nature? SpongeBob, can we talk, just for a minute? Does ripping off someone's toenail fly in the face of your good nature? Does letting your pet be tormented by a monster fly in the face of your good nature? Does getting Squidward kicked out of the Cephalopod Lodge and upstaging him at the choir, for absolutely no reason at all, fly in the face of your good nature? How about invading his house and stealing his television show? SpongeBob, you have no good nature. Satan asks you for pointers. "Gone" is one of my favorite episodes because you are the living embodiment of evil. Just so we're clear, SpongeBob, the only good thing about "The Splinter" was that all of that was happening to you.
Yet another was given to Casey Alexander in the middle and at the end of the "Pet Sitter Pat" review.
Almost everything he has to say about Buck in his "Chicken Little" review is one. For example:
Mr. Enter: WOW! My FUCKING GOD! When I thought that I couldn't despise a character any more, Buck do me a favor. Just, a semblance of a favor. ASK. ONE. QUESTION! No wait, ask one simple word. ONE. SIMPLE. FUCKING. WORD! That word is why, ASK. WHY! Why would Chicken Little, complain about aliens after so long of being beaten down by the world around him, and after FINALLY getting a reputation, and after FINALLY having YOUR APPROVAL!? Do you really think that he likes being ostracized? Being abandoned by his parent? HELL IF YOU KNOW, YOU FUCKING SHORT-SIGHTED COCK!
He gives one to Nickelodeon during the first few minutes of his "Fart Baby" review.
Mr. Enter: Guys, I want to have a very serious talk with you all. And like all serious talks, it's usually best open with a joke: Nickelodeon. That's all I really need because as far as I can tell, Nickelodeon is nothing more than a punchline now. In my "SpongeBob, You're Fired" review, I said that Nickelodeon needed to die. At the time I was debating how much I meant that sentence, but let me say for the record: NICKELODEON NEEDS TO FUCKING DIE. I have to ask what the hell happened to this network? For those just joining me, you probably don't know what I'm talking about. Once upon a time, Nicktoons fucking meant something. (cue a clip of "Pigeon Man")
memo: Breadwinners, the latest original animated comedy from Nickelodeon's Burbank studio, has risen to the top-rated show for kids 2-11 in only its 4th week on the air.
Mr. Enter: H-HOW? No seriously, someone tell me, someone just fucking tell me, how the fuck is this possible? It's not possible. Are people, really, this fucking stupid, or am I just going fucking crazy? Maybe I've died, and gone to hell, because this is just what I fucking expect!
memo: It has built a diverse, global business by putting kids first in everything it does
Mr. Enter: That's just a pathetic, vile lie that's not even worth laughing at. Yeah insulting their fucking intelligence.Pandering bullshit.Exposing them to infected splinters, driving their favorite characters to suicide, rehashing the most heinous stories ever told.Sanding down any quality that manages to slip through under their watch. Yeah that's really putting kids first. No at best, they only care about the bottom fucking line. And at worst, they're actually fucking malicious! "They put kids first", you couldn't be anymore insulting if you spit in my face after slaughtering my dog in front of it. Even a cursory look will reveal that bullshit lie for what it is. You are BLIND AND STUPID IF YOU BELIEVE THIS! No, I'm gonna go on. When the dog shits on the carpet, you rub their noses on it, and show them exactly what they did wrong. Sara Bibel, isn't that a fitting name? If ANY of this shit is putting kids first, I'd hate to think how kids are under your care. Nickelodeon is one of the worst fucking companies in existence. Maybe that's because of Viacom, maybe it isn't, I don't fucking care. This honestly makes me feel like what I'm doing is completely in vain. Yeah, I know I'm not going to break through the thick skulls of people like Casey Alexander, but, it's the kind of moment that makes you realize that I've been shouting at a hurricane this whole time. I can yell, and scream, as loud as possible, and it won't make a fucking difference. Nick is gonna keep making these atrocities, and keep making them worse, and considering that this is the shit that people apparently WANT to see, who am I to complain? You'd think something would change by now, but, it's impossible. It's impossible to change anything...
His Top 10 Worst Patrick's a Prick episodes list has three.
He opens the review with one assessing Patrick's overall devolution:
What happened to you, man? Your stupidity used to be charming and funny, now your stupidity is one of the most insufferable things I that have ever seen. I mean, there's Flanderization, and then there's just, being whatever the hell happened to you. Not only does it feel like you got hit in the head with a shovel about 50 times, but that wasn't bad enough, you're now the biggest asshole the side of Family Guy. You weren't always like that! You were once SpongeBob's best friend. Now it legitimately feels like you hate the guy, provided you can even feel emotions like hate. If SpongeBob doesn't understand morality, then you don't fucking care about it.
Near the end, he gives one in response to the implication that Patrick is aware of how destructive his antics are:
Patrick:SpongeBob, you can't always expect my usual brand of stupidity. I like to mix it up; to keep you on your toes.
Mr. Enter: How about what he's been FUCKING TELLING YOU ALL DAY, YOU GELATINOUS WASTE OF SPACE?! Do you know how much effort you need to put in to become a worse character than someone who gleefully drives someone else to suicide? Worse than someone who constantly stalks and harasses people? DO YOU?! It takes some serious fucking talent, and some bottom-of-the-barrel writing.
He gives another one to the SpongeBob writers while reviewing "Demolition Doofus", calling them sick not just for coming up with the idea and Mrs. Puff trying to kill SpongeBob, but actually making it.
Mrs. Puff: Why are you still ALIIIIIIIVE?!?!?!?!
Mr. Enter: Not "Why are you still unhurt," not "Why are you still standing," it's "Why are you still alive." Th-There's no hope. Th-There really is no hope for these insane writers. Not just to come up with this kind of idea, but to go through with it and do it so thoroughly. That's probably my biggest problem here: how thoroughly they're committed to this stupid, stupid idea. Everyone keeps telling me this is a kids show. Who do the writers think they're writing for?! 'Cause it's not for children! It better not be for children! This is more than a messy plot line or inconstant characterization. Hell, it's not just the pure sadism expressed in countless other episodes!
Mr. Enter: Look, I know I should never say this, but I legitimately, can't see how this could get any fucking worse. Narrator: Presenting! By Special request, Mr. Enter: Oh Great, now it's taunting me. Narrator: Mr. Hornhead's BIG MUSICAL NUMBER! Mr. Enter: A...A, Are you fucking shitting me?
Pretty much everyone on post-movie SpongeBob. note This includes Squidward and Sandy thanks to "Little Yellow Book" and "Spongebob, You're Fired!" respectively. He still has some sympathy for Plankton and Gary, but he doesn't consider them main characters. His biggest hatred is Patrick Star, as emphasized in his Top 10 Patrick's a Prick Episodes. However, he mentions that Karen has always been The Scrappy for him since the beginning.
The Adult Party Cartoon version of Ren is quite possibly his most hated of all of these.
Mr. Enter: To think I once hated characters as tame as Peggy fucking Hill and Buck fucking Cluck! Even not watching the original Ren and Stimpy, I know that Ren was never this screwed up. I mean, even Patrick Star, Brian Griffin, whoever the hell isn't this screwed up!
Seasonal Rotinvoked: In-Universe example, as to this day he's been wondering why so many people are believing that Friendship Is Magic is suffering from this since its third season. As examined in this video
Specifically, he feels the show itself still has many more good episodes than bad onesnote As of Season 4, there are only 17 episodes he dislikes out of a total of 85, and that's it's pretty normal for great shows to have their fair share of "weak" or "bad" episodes (he's done Animated Atrocities for episodes he really disliked of some of his favorite shows, like Foster's Home for Imaginary Friends or Powerpuff Girls). Whenever Mr. Enter expresses having a dislike for an FIM episode, that dislike is reserved for that episode itself, and not directed at the entire show or the season which the episode comes from, and even the infamously shorter season 3 of FIM still had more episodes that he liked rather than disliked. In fact, six season 3 episodes — half the season, if you count "The Crystal Empire" as a single episode - made his 20 best episodes list note "The Crystal Empire", "Too Many Pinkie Pies", "Magic Duel", "Sleepless in Ponyville", "Wonderbolts Academy", and "Magical Mystery Cure" while only one note "One Bad Apple" made his 10 worst list.
To further his viewpoint on this, he keeps running tallies of the scores he gives each episode. He's divided each season into 13-episode stretches (the short third season by itself, and the first and second halves of all the other seasons). The first half of season 1 scored the worst with 36/65 and the second half of season 2 scored the second worst with 44/65. Meanwhile the second half of season one, the first half of season two, and season 3 all scored 46/65. season 4 was the highest scoring season yet, with the first half scoring 51/65, and the second half scoring an even higher 52/65. So from his view, not only is FIM not getting worse, it's actually getting better.
That being said, he feels that both Sponge Bob Square Pants and Family Guy play this horribly straight, writing an essay examining exactly why the former fell as hard as it did. The latter he refused to do anymore reviews on until "Fresh Heir", when he decided to make reviews of the series more regularly.
Declares that Ren Hoek is one in "Ren Seeks Help". The episode tries to maintain that Ren is crazy, but Mr. Enter insists that there is a difference between crazy and evil, and Ren is most definitely the latter.
So Okay, It's Averageinvoked: His reaction to "Winter Wrap-Up", "A Friend In Deed", and almost everything written by Josh Haber.
Downplayed with the "Truth or Square" atrocity. Enter reviewed the Patchy segments along with the SpongeBob ones, in what will probably be the closest we get to a review of non-animation. He naturally doesn't want to do it since Patchy is live-action, but PIEGUYRULZ convinces him by saying the segments are written and acted like they're animated and the ones in this particular episode have animated bits. He even criticized at least one live-action aspect of it (the repeated footage of not-Tom Kenny scrolling through the Rolodex).
Soundtrack Dissonance: He demonstrates how horribly mean spirited Pinkie Pie was in "Filli Vanilli" by playing "Smile Song" over the scene in which she tells Fluttershy that she might get embarrassed in front of a huge, judgmental crowd and makes her cry.
Stock Scream: Does a Howie Long twice in the "Face Freeze" review: First upon realizing that it has the same writers as "One Coarse Meal", and second when he sees Sandy's realistic hands.
Take Our Word for It: After bringing up "Ren & Stimpy 'Adult Party Cartoon'" (specifically the episode "Stimpy's Pregnant") in his "Fart Baby" review, he mentions that he can't show any footage from it... and not because of copyright concerns.
Mr. Enter: Which I can't show you. Not for copyright reasons, but for... otherYouTube standards. (shows the "Viewer discretion is advised" card) Yeah, sometimes [that card] doesn't cut it.
Patrick:(on the phone with Spongebob) OK Spongebob! I get it! I get it! *throws the corded phone out the window*
Mr. Enter: Please, hit him with something!
(the phone reaches the end of its cord, then snaps back inside and hits Patrick in the back of the head)
Mr. Enter: Thank you.
Tempting Fate: While reviewing the SpongeBob episode "Demolition Doofus" and calls the sponge out for crippling Mrs. Puff by puncturing her inflation sac.
Mr. Enter: I don't think SpongeBob could possibly do anything worse.
SpongeBob:Hmm, from now on, I guess we'll have to call you "Mrs. Pop."
Mr. Enter: I stand corrected!
At the end of his Mega Babies review, after managing to get through the whole episode he feels he can take on any terrible episode or show and asks for something extremely horrible to be given to him to tackle next. He's then given "Ren Seeks Help", much to his horror.
Also at the end of his "Arnold Betrays Iggy" review, he believes the next review will be much lighter. Cue the intro to Puppy in My Pocket, its respective episode getting a 56 on its notepage.
Compounded by the use of 'One Little Slip' to emphasize his mistake.
They Just Didn't Careinvoked: Many of the Atrocities featured invoke this trope. On the ranking for 'Lackluster Writing', a 10 means that 'nothing of substance was even attempted' with this.
They Wasted a Perfectly Good Plotinvoked: In his "SpongeBob, You're Fired" review, he points out that the scene where SpongeBob makes great snail food from scratch does nothing for the plot, when it could led to SpongeBob being a success with homemade snail food, and Mr. Krabs having to re-earn SpongeBob's loyalty.
Averted in his review of "Equestria Games", where he felt that the episode could have been much worse by giving fans what they were expecting (mostly thanks to "Rainbow Falls"), and still thinks it's good for how it turned out.
During his Shorty Mc Shorts' Shorts review, he finds this to be the problem with the shorts; Flip-Flopped and Too Many Robots, pointing out that with some retooling, the premises of both could have worked very well.
PATRICK STAR. He calls this character's stupidity, once charming and funny, now one of the most insufferable things he has ever seen. He even states Patrick is a bigger monster than Puffy Fluffy ever was.
One of his biggest complaints about Teen Titans Go! is how Cyborg and Beast Boy were turned into absolute assholes.
Tranquil Fury: When Mr. Enter starts talking quietly, that's when you know that shit's going down.
His main problem with the MLP episode "Dragon Quest". Spike is told that he doesn't act like other dragons, "but why would you want to?" Enter points out that this would be horribly racist/sexist if applied to real world races or genders. "You don't act like other boys/girls/others of your race, but why would you want to?"
He calls out Family Guy for this in "Seahorse Seashell Party," where the shows gives the impression that you should stay in an abusive relationship to avoid hurting the feelings of the abuser.
This is also his biggest problem with the The Fairly OddParents episode "It's a Wishful Life". Such examples include the intro calling Timmy an "average kid" despite the world being much better because he didn't exist, the fact that Timmy's parents have a girl who insanely talented, Francis being much nicer because Timmy wasn't around for him to bully, and the "realm of children who improved the world by wishing they were never born" looking like hell.
Vomit Discretion Shot: Has one in his Little Yellow Book review when it's implied that Patrick literally eats shit.
What Could Have Been: The crux of the "Admirable Animation" episode "3 Stories of What Could Have Been", the conclusion to Nickelodeon Month, where he discusses three instances:
"Pigeon Man": Originally, before Nickelodeon intervened, the episode was supposed to end with Pigeon Man jumping off the roof.note He feels that the actual ending was still much better and more uplifting.
And "I Remember You": After he mentions how Adventure Time's pilot was rejected by Nickelodeon and after doing a review of the episode in question, Mr. Enter hazards a guess and guesses that hadAdventure Time been picked up by Nickelodeon, this episode wouldn't have been made.
Mr. Enter: It's like flanderizing the aspects of the show a million times and escalating the darker stuff. But, this isn't a self-parody. From what I can tell, this was done in earnest. Why am I taking this so seriously? I mean, it's just a kids' show. Maybe, for one, I'm taking this seriously because it's a fucking kids' show! I wouldn't want them to watch something like this or "The Splinter" or "A Pal for Gary" or "One Coarse Meal" or any of the other sick, twisted plots that come out of this show! Would you?!
Writing Around Trademarks: Animated Atrocities was once called Infamous Animation before Mr. Enter found out that someone was using the name. He also changed the name because some of the stuff he reviewed was fairly obscure and "infamous" means that the work is well known for being bad.