Web Video: The Mysterious Mr. Enter

"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."
-Mr. Enter describing himself on his Patreon

The Mysterious Mr. Enter (a.k.a John Enter, real name Jonathan Rozanski and formerly known as Brovania) is an internet critic active on Youtube, as well as tumblr, Twitter, and DeviantArt. He is mostly known for reviewing works of animation, both good and bad, as well as providing opinions and critiques for every single episode of 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 reviews every episode – something he does not do in his other series – with each review typically being posted within a couple of days of the episode's initial airing.
  • 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 shows that have began suffering from Seasonal Rot, such as SpongeBob SquarePants or Family Guy. He organizes his Atrocity reviews into 30-episode "seasons". For a time, every 6th episode was an installment of My Little Pony G3, with the exception of his season finales, which are always SpongeBob ratings traps. Midway through Season 3, he decided to stop the G3 reviews, feeling that they were becoming redundant, and added Teen Titans Go! to the list of shows which will be featured on a recurring basis.
  • 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 avant-garde, or ones that showcase 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. Such as requiring much more work and being driven by his passion for the works in question. As such, he only does them when he feels the time is right.

His YouTube account can be found here. as well as has his Dailymotion account and a new account on Zippcast. He also had a Vimeo account until Fox nuked it in mid-2014, leading to a bitter spat over copyright that nearly got him kicked offline entirely; he won in the end. His DeviantArt can be found here, his Tumblr here, his Twitter here, and his Patreon where fans can fund reviews is here.

His other works include an RPG parody called Epic! The Humorous RPG an online novel called Little Cassie (NSFW), and as a job, works as a freelance writer. He occasionally writes Fan Fiction for fun, such as Two Worlds One Family.

He also has a second channel here where he uploads miscellaneous material; currently, his vocal readings of Little Cassie are being uploaded onto there.

On top of his main projects, he's decided to start a retrospective of animation, going decade-by-decade, starting from the pre-1910's era.

The Mysterious Mr. Enter's videos provide examples of:

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  • Abusive Parents: He had these himself. As such, he's very sensitive to when the subject is taken lightly.
  • Accentuate the Negative:
  • Acceptable Targetsinvoked:
    • Pretty much all the writers of Modern Spongebob, but especially Casey Alexander and Zeus Cervas.
    • Modern Nickelodeon and their parent company Viacom, 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.
      • Still played straight with Viacom however. Going as far as to say that they are The Worst Company in the United States on product quality alone. And that's even ignoring their morally questionable and even outright malicious business practices, such as uploading their own videos onto Youtube and making it look like they were stolen in order to sue Google for over a billion dollars.
    • 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 never reviewing the series again, but announced that it's going to become a regular fixture on Animated Atrocities along with Spongebob, Teen Titans Go!, and G3 MLP (which by that time he had decided to cancel doing).
    • 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.
  • Adaptation Decay / In Name Only:invoked Although he considers the series on its own to be mediocre. He hates Wayside because he believes that they destroyed everything that was good about the books.
  • All of Them:
    • He comes to the conclusion that the writers of Planet Sheen used all the drugs to come up with the show.
    • A big complaint about The Problem Solverz was that the animators decided to use all the colors in the backgrounds.
  • All Adult Animation Is South Park: Mr. Enter really dislikes this trope. Although he likes South Park, he feels as though imitating it is a cheap ploy, and doesn't think adult animation has to be this. He cites Futurama, King of the Hill, and God, the Devil and Bob as aversions; and for that he respects them.
    • He cites this trope in his "Top 11 Things I will Never Review" video, stating that while South Park and early Ren & Stimpy might have episodes worthy of being Admirable or Atrocities, he blames both series too much for the current state of adult cartoons to trust himself to be impartial.
  • Alliterative Title: Animated Atrocities and Admirable Animation.
  • Alternate Character Interpretationinvoked: Played for laughs. G3 Pinkie Pie is a "pink supremacist".
    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.
  • And I Must Scream: He describes Family Guy in his Herpy The Love Sore review to be stuck like this metaphorically. They keep trying to make bad and offensive episodes on purpose to try and get cancelled... but they keep being allowed to live.
  • April Fools: He does a really unique one in 2015 where his 38th Admirable is the highly requested, "Foodfight!". But it turns out to be a good Fairly OddParents episode of the same name. Of course, those who watched his "Top 11 Things I'll Never Review" video should have at least known that he wasn't talking about the movie.
  • Arson, Murder, and Jaywalking: The "Where Are They Now" segment of his "Truth or Square" review features all of the main characters, as well as PIEGUYRULZ, having interesting epilogues while Mr. Enter himself has a mundane one.
  • 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".
  • Awesome McCoolname: Considers Cherry Chevapravatdumrong, a producer on Family Guy, this.
  • Bait and Switch: On April Fool's Day 2015, Mr. Enter led us to believe that he would be reviewing the infamous animated film Foodfight! as an Admirable Animation. It turned out he was reviewing an episode of The Fairly Oddparents of the same title.
  • Berserk Button:
    • He hates it when abuse of any kind is Played for Laughs ("A Pal for Gary" and "Pet Sitter Pat"), glossed over ("Putting Your Hoof Down"), and/or justified ("Seahorse Seashell Party").
    • invokedPadding. It's an especially common complaint with Modern SpongeBob and Family Guy, to the point where he expressed pleasant surprise when "Little Yellow Book" (which he otherwise hates) started right off with the plot.
    • The Status Quo Is God trope has become his most hated cliche as of "SpongeBob, You're Fired!"
      Mr. Enter: You're off the hook, mopey-dopey love talk!
    • He also hates the Manipulative Bitch side of Fluttershy's personality – it's the big reason why he gave "Keep Calm and Flutter On" a negative review.
    • If you touch one hair on his beard, he will kill you. WITH A FORK.
    • More of a pet peeve, but he dislikes fictitious diseases that misuse the "-itis" suffix.note 
    • He's also shown to really hate the "it's just for kids" mentality that many of detractors love using. Stating that the basically boils down to "it's okay for it be bad and your wrong to think it should be good", along with other reasons (see Animation Age Ghetto). invoked
    • He is also shown to really hate Family Unfriendly Aesopsinvoked and Clueless Aesops, as shown in the "Never Assume It's Funny" episode of his Writing Tips series (where he is shown to be noticeably angry when he is talking about the subject of satirized morals), which also explains that many episodes reviewed in the Animated Atrocities series often have their morals immediately followed by jokes, effectively ruining them, and how satirized morals that aren't funny will result in it coming across as serious.
  • Bias Steamroller: Averted. As the Guilty Pleasure entry below indicates, he is good at keeping his personal enjoyment of an episode separate from his opinion of the overall quality.
    • 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 learned nothing from the experience.
  • Bread, Eggs, Breaded Eggs: When reviewing Equestria Girls, he has this to say about the re-use of sound effects from when Twilight meets Fluttershy in the pilot when she meets the alternate version of her:
    Mr Enter: I don't know if that's clever, or if that's lazy, or if that's cleverly lazy.
  • Breather Episode: His review of Truth or Square, especially since the last two episodes were infamous for their gross-out moments.
  • Brick Joke: In his review of "Staring Into The Future" he called the show Toddler Titans as a Take That to its Character Derailment. And in the review of "Waffles", the show the episode belonged to is called Toddler Titans.
  • 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".
    • The pattern was broken again in episode 72 when he reviewed "Jeepers Creepers, Where's Peepers?" from Dexter's Laboratory, when the expectation was that he would review the G3.5 movie Twinkle Wish Adventure (incidentally the final entry in Gen3). To date he has not reviewed the movie and apparently has no plans to.
    • Mr. Enter has also said that he is considering expanding the subject material and that every sixth Animated Atrocity review would be cartoons pandering to little girls.
    • Midway through Season 3, Mr. Enter announced that he was retiring the G3 reviews, feeling that they would become redundant if he continued them.
  • Broke the Rating Scale:
    • "Putting Your Hoof Down" and "Rainbow Falls" are the only Friendship Is Magic 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: "Okay. You wanna start at the bottom? We'll start at the bottom!" *! tally is busted from four !'s to one*
    • 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.
  • Brown Note: Just looking at an episode of The Problem Solverz is enough to hurt his eyes, and shortly after the review, he developed myopia.
  • Bumbling Dad: In his review of Glenn Martin DDS, he reveals that he despises this trope because, in his words, it describes the father of "literally every sitcom and commercial since 1992", and it's been done to death, and that even just Homer Simpson on his own has done everything that is possible to do with this trope.
  • Bunny-Ears Lawyer: Cites this as the justification for how an idiot like Spongebob has a job and compares it to Fanboy and Chum Chum, who have no such justification for being employed at a convenience store.
  • Butt Monkey/The Chew Toy: This trope is not a favorite of his, especially if a work is dedicated to it.
    • Basically, he feels that character abuse only works when the character truly deserves it, and more often than not, they don't.
    • He even now refers to a character who exists solely to be this as a "Megward The Wizard"; which he calls an admission of laziness to create worthwhile characters.
  • Catch Phrase:
    • "What I'm doing is wrong, I know it's wrong, but I'm gonna do it anyway."
    • Mad Libs Catch Phrase: "Because... [X]!" Whenever he can't come up with anything resembling a reason, it's "Because... potatoes!"
    • "Pointing out your flaws does not make them go away!"
    • "This can only end so well."
    • "Sure, why not?"
  • Captain Oblivious: Believes this to be one of the problems with "Rainbow Falls".
  • Catharsis Factorinvoked: He finds doing Animated Atrocities to be this.
  • Caustic Critic: Played straight with Animated Atrocities but averted everywhere else. In fact, one of the reasons he created the Admirable Animations series was to avoid being labelled as one.
    • During The Problem Solverz review, the Old Man accuses Mr. Enter of becoming this trope more and more since "Ren Seeks Help", which he had tried to talk him out of reviewing, and suggests that Tranquil Fury is the most effective way to convey his complaints.
  • Cliché Storm:invoked "Power Ponies" plays this trope completely straight according to him, despite its trying to be a parody of superhero clichés.
    • This is also his main gripe with "The Night B4 Christmas", "Flip-Flopped", and "Pixel Pinkie".
  • Cliffhanger: There's an ominous one at the end of his "Demolition Doofus" review. It's for his Top 25 Modern Spongebob episode list, for his next Admirable Animation.
  • Clueless Aesop:
    • 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 happened to hit someone else."
    • In a similar vein, "Nobody Doesn't Like TJ". The moral it's going for is "You have to accept that not everyone will like you", but it comes across as "It's okay to dislike someone for no reason."
    • 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.
  • Conditioned to Accept Horror: In his re-review of "The Splinter", he reveals that since he originally reviewed it, he has seen much worse stuff, and declares that this episode no longer freaks him out.
  • 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 disturbing content.
    • "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.
    later
    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.
  • Could Have Avoided This Plot: Lampshaded in his "Stuck in the Wringer" review.
    Mr. Enter: Patrick tries to cheer SpongeBob instead of, I don't know, TAKING HIM TO THE HOSPITAL!
    • 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.
  • Cross Over: Does one with ThomasMemoryCentral for the "A Pal For Gary" Animated Atrocity, and one with Voice of Reason for the "Bird of Paradise vs. Friendship is Magic" Admirable Animation.
  • Crowning Moment Of Indifference: His opinion of Uncle Grandpa.
    • Later Played With in his "Top 11 Things That I'll Never Review" video. He actually doesn't find the show average; he's simply so unable to relate to anything that happens in it that he literally does not have an opinion of it. To him, it's not good, bad, or mediocre; it's an anomaly that he can't even try to critique because he literally cannot say anything subjective about it whatsoever.
  • invokedDancing Bear: This trope is the reason he's so disappointed with "Flip Flopped". In his opinion, it has a wonderfully creative premise: kids are adults and adults are kids, but it does absolutely nothing creative with it. The kids-as-adults still act exactly like adults and vice versa, and the story it told was otherwise unbearably cliche.
  • Darkness-Induced Audience Apathy: invoked Toward most adult cartoons for prioritizing shock value over storytelling.
  • Deadpan Snarker: He's a very sarcastic guy, to say the least.
  • Description Cut: Inverted hilariously in the Tentacolino review.
    Mr. Enter: And then Captain Planet comes by driving a golden chariot carried by pink and green sea ponies to take the humans to the magic kingdom of Atlantis.
    *cut to the movie doing just that.
  • Designated Hero/Designated Villaininvoked: This is one of his biggest problems with modern SpongeBob. Particularly in episodes like "One Course Meal" and "A Breath of Fresh Squidward".
    Mr. Enter: Like I said, it's not so much that this episode has the worst torment given to Squidward, or even the worst put together. It's that the episode expects me to buy the Spongebob that I've dealt with in "Boating Buddies" and "Choir Boys" and "Cephalopod Lodge" and "Good Neighbors" as the good guy, and the Squidward in those very episodes as the bad guy. Let's just say that that's perhaps the most insulting thing that a writer can try and do.
    • 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.
    • This was also one of his issues with "The Substitute" as he believes that Nanette Manoir's actions are tame, especially compared to Angela's.
  • Despair Event Horizon: After That One Scene in "Putting Your Hoof Down"note , 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.
    • He has another one towards the end of his "The Reason You Suck" Speech below during the Breadwinners review.
    • invoked He launches into one after the titular babies in Mega Babies puke AN ENTIRE OCEAN OF PUKE.
    • invoked In his Top Ten Patrick's-A-Prick Moments, the number one spot goes to "The Card". Specifically, where he got the Alternate Character Interpretation that Patrick is actually using Obfuscating Stupidity to disguise being a total douche. And then we learn that he named his dog after Patrick. His tone is flat and lost after this.
    • Where the Dead Go to Die disturbed him so much that he shows his face in a vlog to explain why it's too depraved for an Animated Atrocity review. Aside from a quick snark at The Problem Solverz for now needing glasses, he sounds emotionally deadened throughout. The concept that such a film could be made, and worse yet with the alleged intention of comedy, traumatized him to the point of delaying his Mars Needs Moms review to think about the abomination he'd just watched.
  • Determinator: He intends to review all of My Little Pony G3 and every bad episode of SpongeBob SquarePants and Family Guy for Animated Atrocity.
  • Dethroning Moment of Suck: invoked In his Q&A videos, he says that he peruses the DethroningMoment.Western Animation and Horrible.Western Animation pages for Animated Atrocities ideas. Here's a list of the Dethroning Moments (worst episodes) of shows he has reviewed.
    • He considers Where the Dead Go to Die to be so horrible that calling it an Animated Atrocity would be too good for it. He called it the worst piece of animation he has ever seen. His alternative form of reviewing it (which is just him speaking on-camera) can be found here.
    • The worst thing he has currently reviewed proper, "Ren Seeks Help" for not only Ren and Stimpy (Adult Party Cartoon), but for cartoons in general. He even calls it "the A Pal for Gary of ALL animation."
    "Think about it: It starts off with nothing but sap, tons of animal abuse, disturbing content where it shouldn't be, and a character bastardized to make the cruelty worse."
  • Disability as an Excuse for Jerkassery: Averted in his "Mr. Enter gets a little less mysterious" Vlog. He shows disgust at people that do this, including the "crazies" that attack his videos, and accepts responsibility for his actions regardless of his own condition.
  • Double Standard: Rape, Female on Male: He's outright stated that this trope disgusts him. In his review of "Lupe's Revenge" he touched on this, though he later said that he should have gone much further into it.
  • Driven to Suicide: He's particularly sensitive to stories that use this trope, especially when its Suicide as Comedy. In his first "Top Ten Worst Episodes I've Reviewed" video, he stated that he's aware that suicide can be used for effective comedy, but you need to know what you're doing, otherwise you'll just make something that's mildly alarming at best and horribly offensive to anybody who's ever considered suicide at worst.
  • Dude, Not Funny!invoked: His reaction to many of the stuff he reviews on Animated Atrocities and even MLP episodes he dislikes.
  • Early Installment Weirdness: His earlier Friendship Is Magic reviews didn't have a hit-point system nor did he give out star rankings in addition to medal rankings.
  • Eight Deadly Wordsinvoked: He stated at the end of his "Little Yellow Book" review that before it, he could root for at least one character (Squidward), now he doesn't care about any of them.
  • Everyone Has Standards: He notes in "Climbing out of the Copyright Abyss" that, as much as he hates the idea of supporting Viacom, he'll still keep purchasing their episodes for review, noting that he purchases every episode and movie he reviews if he can.
  • Evil Inc.: He sees Viacom, Google, Hasbro, and Fox as this due to them all being extremely obsessive about their copyrights. Especially Viacom since they had (albeit temporarily) terminated his Youtube account.
  • The Faceless: He has repeatedly stated that he will never show his face.
    • The Reveal: Until he later revealed his face in a vlog.
  • 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 laughs 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.
  • Fan Nickname: In-Universe example, he refers to Teen Titans Go! as "Toddler Titans".
  • 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. He also finds that Patrick from Spongebob Squarepants has gone through huge flanderization. In fact, in his Top 10 Worst Patrick's a Prick episode list, he says "I mean, there's flanderization, and then there's just... Being whatever the hell happened to you!"
    • Strangely enough, Mr. Enter himself is starting to fall into this trope in his Animated Atrocities review. In his recent reviews, He's starting to become more and more angrier to the point where he sounds like he's ready to erupt like a volcano.
  • 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.
  • Foreshadowing: A few lines in his "Top 10 Patrick's a Prick Episodes". Such as "If SpongeBob doesn't understand morality, then you don't fucking care about it." and "I love it when he was crying harder when the toy store was closed.". All hint towards him coming to the conclusion that Patrick is The Sociopath near the end.
  • Fridge Brillianceinvoked: He realizes quite a lot of it in his "Magical Mystery Cure" review.
  • Fridge Horrorinvoked: A single joke in "The Card" was what convinced Mr. Enter that everything Patrick had done was on purpose, and that he is really a sociopath who enjoys tormenting his friends.
    • On a lesser note, in his review of "Lesson Zero" of Friendship Is Magic, when a very unhinged Twilight casts a spell on a doll that causes people to love, want, and obsess over it, and says "works every time", Mr. Enter's only response is to go "Wait. You've used it before!? What is WRONG with you!?"
  • Gateway Seriesinvoked: Turnabout Storm was how he got into Friendship is Magic.
  • 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 McShorts' 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.
  • Guilty Pleasureinvoked:
    • 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", "MMMystery on the Friendship Express", "Spike at Your Service", 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 Quest" 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.
  • Gushing About Shows You Like: The whole point of Admirable Animation.
  • 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's Back: He managed to get his account restored after it was completely terminated.
  • Honorary True Companion: For the MLP Analysis community.
  • Informed Species: One of the many complaints he has for "Over Two Rainbows" is that the hideous character models look nothing like ponies or equines of any kind.
  • Inherently Funny Words:
    • Deconstructed in his review of "Waffles," where he criticizes the episode for relying on the word "Waffles" itself for comedy (and running it to the ground), when it would work better as part of a joke.
    • In his review of "Samurai Quack," he points out how out-of-place the monkey wearing lederhosen was in the climax, and assumes that someone really wanted Aku to say "monkey wearing lederhosen." Not that he blames them.
    • This is most likely the reasoning behind his "Because... potatoes." catchphrase.
  • Insult to Rocks: His recap of the SpongeBob episode "The Splinter".
    Mr. Enter: To call this episode a piece of utter shit would be an insult to shit.
  • I Work Alone: While he occasionally does collaborations for his Animated Atrocities, he has stated that his pony videos will always be all him.
  • Lampshade Hanging/Better Than a Bare Bulb: Let's just say that he really dislikes this trope, at least if it's used as a cheap way to handle a work's problems without actually doing anything about them:
    Mr. Enter: Pointing out your problems does not make them go away!
    Mr. Enter: What I'm doing is stupid/wrong, I know it's stupid/wrong, but I'm gonna do it anyway.
    • However, he feels that Lampshade humor can be done right, citing Dave the Barbarian as an example in his "Ned Frichman, Man of Tommorow" review.
  • Large Ham: All over in his "Positively Pink" review.
  • Let's Play: He was a Let's Player before becoming a reviewer, though he still does one from time to time. As he did ones of Sissy's Magical Ponycorn Adventure, (calling it "the best game ever"), Epic! The Humorous RPG, and Game Dev Tycoon.
  • Lets See You Do Better: Discussed here.
  • Mad Libs Dialogue: His Friendship is Witchcraft review contains a few moments of this.
    Mr. Enter: ...Kind of what a—PARODY.—is supposed to do.
  • The Mockbuster: In his review of The Night B4 Christmas, he implies it is one to Elf:
    Mr. Enter: Yeah it kinda looks like it's ripping off The Year Without a Santa Claus. And it's almost like Elf, which came out the same year. Huh, that's incredibly odd. It's like they made something quick and on the cheap to cash in on that movie's success.
  • Moral Event Horizoninvoked: He thinks Mr. Krabs crossed it in "One Coarse Meal" when he tried to make Plankton commit suicide.
    • He also says Patrick crossed it in "Pet Sitter Pat" when he tried to burn Gary alive with a flamethrower, going so far as to call him a literal monster.
      • And he thinks Patrick is a Sociopath after hearing one line in "The Card"
      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: He's doing it on purpose. He's always been doing on purpose. Everything you've seen on this list has been completely intentional. He knows he's stupid, or at least he's pretending to be stupid. Unlike "Breath of Fresh Squidward", this also affects appearances shown afterwards. Even more so than the ones from before.note 
    • 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 vomit four 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!
    • Though this was obviously fake, he claimed to have genuinely vomited during his first viewing of "The Splinter" when the titular wound reached its final stage, and during "Spit Collector" at the sight of Wayne Cramp consuming drool.
    • This was his main issue with "Poop Doggy Dog", to the point that he temporarily crosses the Despair Event Horizon after one baby coats a street with vomit.
  • 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).
  • "Not Making This Up" Disclaimer: In his Mrs. Gorf review when describing Wendy Nogard, a teacher who read people's minds with her third ear.
  • Not Me This Time: His main complaint about Spongebob's "Character Torture Porn" episodes (episodes that consist of one character constantly suffering throughout) is that the character in question being subjected to misery winds up being completely innocent in that particular episode (even when in most other episodes they would do stuff to warrant it), and that he feels that in order for such episodes to work, the character being tormented has to do stuff to deserve it within the actual episode. He doesn't feel that characters' wrongdoings in other episodes should be relied upon to make torture porns work.
  • The One Thing I Don't Hate About You: In his "Spongebob, You're Fired" review, he notes that the one saving grace the episode has is that the worst Squidward goes through is being put in a dress.
    • He had also described Spongebob's long-lost catchphrase "I'm ready!" as "a voice from the heavens", and was extremely relieved and quite happy to see that Spongebob was actually being kind and attentive to Gary for once.
    • He notes during the #1 Squidward Torture Porn "Breath of Fresh Squidward" that his most hated episodes usually do one thing right. The episode in particular initially pleased him with Squidward, acting like SpongeBob after getting shocked by his electric fence, showing SpongeBob how annoying his own behavior is, but ultimately failed by portraying Squidward as the antagonist and forcing sympathy towards SpongeBob.
  • 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.
  • OOC Is Serious Business: A meta version, in that yes, this IS Serious Business for him as a critic.
  • Oxymoronic Being: Almost, Mr. Enter describes Are You Happy Now? as the closest an Animated Atrocity has come to being good. Even when he discusses the problems that put it in Atrocity territory, he doesn't sound especially angry.
  • Pandering to the Base: invokedHe believes that "Rainbow Falls" did this to try to distract people from the episode's problems, specifically by using the story to bring back popular fan-favorite pony Derpy, whom fans assumed had been banned from the show due to fallout from her speaking appearance in "The Last Roundup".
  • Perpetual Frowner: Downplayed since his default expression (pictured) is relatively neutral, but only one of his avatars depicts him smiling, and to date, it has only been used once (in his "Time Twister" review).
  • Pet Peeve Tropeinvoked:
  • Ptero Soarer: In his Land Before Swine review, he incorrectly refers to the Pteranodon shown in the episode as a dinosaur.
  • Punctuated! For! Emphasis!: At the end of his review for Staring at the Future, we get a particularly hilarious example:
    DO. YOU. LIKE. WAFFLES?!
    • Also present in his "Arthur's Big Hit" review:
    D.W.: Well, I didn't know [the plane was a model]. I'm just a child! Give me a break!
    Mr. Enter: NOT. AN. EXCUSE.
  • A Rare Sentence: About half of what he has to say about Tentacolino, prompting him to say not to question this movie's "logic" pretty quickly. See Description Cut above.
    • Also, he makes this realization in his "Magical Mystery Cure" review.
    This show made me proud of a purple unicorn pony becoming a princess. Am I being trolled? M.A. Larson and Daniel Ingram are trolling me!
  • "The Reason You Suck" Speech: Plenty of them, to the point where he's got his own page. Incidentally, he's the only Youtube-based reviewer to have a subpage to himself.
  • Record Needle Scratch: Used at the beginning of his Twilight's Kingdom review when he calls the episode "flawless", after the points counter pops up.
  • Relax-o-Vision: In the "Hearts and Hooves Day" review, Mr. Enter gets into an argument with his snarktitles (who he's dubbed The Snark Knight) and as a result we get to watch a short AMV Hell-like MLP Fan Vid while trying to "deal" the snarktitles.
  • Rhymes on a Dime: Almost every sentence in his review of "Spit Collector" is a rhyme.
  • Rock Bottom: Done a LOT in the Madballs: Gross Jokes review
    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?
    • Whichever Animated Atrocity he finds the worst changes a lot. As far as SpongeBob alone goes, it started with "The Splinter", then "A Pal for Gary", then "One Coarse Meal", then "SpongeBob, You're Fired", and now "Pet Sitter Pat", although "Demolition Doofus" is giving it a run for its money. The all-time worst overall started with "Seahorse Seashell Party", which got beaten by "One Night In Gottlieb", "Love Loaf", "Fresh Heir", "Poop Doggy Dog", and finally "Ren Seeks Help".
  • Rooting for the Empireinvoked: In "Waffles" he begins supporting Brother Blood on torturing Beast Boy and Cyborg due to how unlikable they've become.
    Mr. Enter: Please torture them until they stop this nonsense! (cue Beast Boy and Cyborg being tortured) Wow, I'm actually happy that the characters we're supposed to be rooting for are being tortured maliciously. YOU FAIL!
  • The Scrappyinvoked: To him, plenty, including:
    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 or even second season.
    • Specifically, he feels the show itself still has many more good episodes than bad ones,note  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 The Powerpuff Girls).

      Whenever Mr. Enter expresses having a dislike for a 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 short (and oft-panned) third season of FIM still had more episodes that he liked 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 listnote  while only onenote  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 SpongeBob SquarePants 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.
  • Sensory Abuse: His main issue with The Problem Solverz was its absurdly bright coloring. He claims that he had to watch the episodes in intervals because his eyes were watering, and he went shortsighted shortly after the review.
  • Shout-Out:
  • Sliding Scaleof Idealism Vs Cynicism: His tends to fall more in the middle as a whole, though it really more or less depends on the series. His Animated Atrocities mainly tend to fall on the cynical side, while his Admirable Animations on the other hand falls on the idealist side.
  • So Bad, It's Goodinvoked: "Dusk's Dawn", a poorly animated, poorly written fanmade MLP episode is referred to as "the funniest thing I've seen in quite some time."
  • So Okay, It's Averageinvoked: His reaction to "Winter Wrap-Up", "A Friend In Deed", and almost everything written by Josh Haber.
    • This is also his reaction to Wayside when not comparing to the books it was based on.
    • This is one of his stated reasons for not reviewing any "Uncle Grandpa" episodes, stating that every episode he watch, whether it was just to get a feel of the show itself, find something that offended him for an Atrocity, or even to find something worth an Admirable Animation, his reaction everytime was, "Okay, that happened." He also adds it also because he can't quite fathom the show's own logic.
  • So Proud of You: To him, the MLP episode "Magical Mystery Cure" is the first show to use this as an Audience Reaction.
  • The Sociopathinvoked:
    • He concludes in his "Top Ten Worst Patrick's a Prick Episodes" that Patrick is one, saying that he only pretends to be SpongeBob's friend and that he was actually Obfuscating Stupidity through out the entire series of episodes to get away with tormenting him and other people.
    • 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.
    • He believes that Angela Anaconda is one in "The Substitute" due to her numerous fantasies of her enemies being mutilated.
    • He also declares that Brian Griffin is one in "Herpe the Love Sore" since he gave Stewie Griffin herpes and is showing no remorse for doing so.
  • Something Completely Different:
    • The redone "Look Before You Sleep" review shows Mr. Enter going to a brony bar and lamenting about the episode. This was because his original review was copyright killed by Hasbro.
    • 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.
    • Where the Dead Go to Die was so bad he resorted to talking about it in another live action video while detailing how and why he considered it to be too bad for a proper review. He even noted in a deviantArt journal that he felt it didn't even deserve a Animated Atrocity Notepage.
  • 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.
  • Spiritual Successor: He considers Steven Universe to be a better successor to Teen Titans than its actual successor, Teen Titans Go!.
  • 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.
  • Suckiness Is Painful: He notes that he'll have to be more careful about when he uses the phrase "painful to watch", as The Problem Solverz was literally painful to watch with its bright coloring.
  • Suspiciously Similar Songinvoked: Finds one to Super Mario RPG in his Princess Promenade review.
  • 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... other YouTube standards. (shows the "Viewer discretion is advised" card) Yeah, sometimes [that card] doesn't cut it.
  • Take That:
    Mr. Enter: Wikipedia calls it a movie. And this is why we don't use Wikipedia to make our reviews.
    PIEGUYRULZ: Hey! Wikipedia is a wealth of information, and lies. Mostly lies.
    • During the "Return of the Raggedy Android" segment of the "Top 25 Most Disturbing Episodes of Kids' Cartoons" video, Mr. Enter spends a sizable amount of time discussing how Windows 8 is a poor operating system compared to Windows 7 (which is done in comparison to the plot of the episode).
      Mr. Enter: God only knows what problems they're going to make with Windows 9...
  • Take That, Scrappy!invoked: In his older Pet Sitter Pat Reviewnote :
    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.
    • In his review of Lupe's Revenge
      Cop:(in spanish, to Peggy) I hope you rot in jail and the rats eat your eyes.
      Mr. Enter: Hey, get this guy a beer!
    • In his Herpe the Love Sore review
      Mr. Enter: We get a "Beating up Meg" joke, and then punching Stewie for reusing a gag that's long since worn its welcome. Uh, can I get more of the latter, please?
  • Tempting Fate:
    • After reviewing Putting Your Hoof Down, he said that it was the worst episode and that he would not change that decision. Then came Rainbow Falls.
    • 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 "One Coarse Meal", he states that the one thing he can be grateful for is that the episode's backlash should discourage further attempts to portray Suicide as Comedy.
    Squidward (from "Are You Happy Now): "Can't seem to get happy..." Throws up a rope like a noose. "Maybe this will help..."
    Mr. Enter: Ugh... fuck me!
    • 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.
      • During the review, he expresses sarcastic surprise that a dog's defecation was not shown in a show so dedicated to gross-out "humor". Then, one of the babies poops enough that his diaper pushes him through the ceiling.
    Mr. Enter: I WAS JOKING!
    • 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.
    • In his journal of Top 11 Worst Episode's he's reviewed that year. He said at the end "If [Ren Seeks Help] is not the worst piece of animation in existence, I don't want to find out what is." Not long after, people began asking him to review Tainted Milk, which was so bad he couldn't give it a standard review because calling it an Animated Atrocity would be too good for it.
  • 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 Characterinvoked: According to this Tumblr post, this is his opinion on Mr. Krabs, as the series only focuses on his greed despite him having various other aspects to his character.
  • 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 McShorts' 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.
  • Title Drop: In his "Stuck in the Wringer" review.
    Mr. Enter: SpongeBob steps on a rubber duck, which startles him to step on another bar of soap, which gets him "Stuck in the Wringer".
  • Too Spicy for Yog Sothoth: Poop Doggy Dogg gets close to this; after the above mentioned scene, Mr. Enter's so repulsed he almost stops then and there. It takes a pep talk from the same man that appeared in his Breadwinners review to snap him out of it enough to finish. That same old man then tries vainly to convince him that "Ren Seeks Help" is this, but, thanks to the aformentioned pep talk, it doesn't take.
    • Played very straight with Where the Dead Go to Die, which he considered to be so bad that it didn't deserve a notepage, let alone a proper review. Not even Ren Seeks Help was that bad!
  • Took a Level in Dumbass: His main complaint with "Power Ponies" is that in order to make Spike seem useful, the Mane Six are made to be completely incompetent.
  • Took a Level in Jerkass:
    • 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 from multi-dimensional characters that were fun-loving, but knew when to get serious into complete assholes.
  • Tranquil Fury: When Mr. Enter starts talking quietly, that's when you know that shit's going down.
  • Unfortunate Implicationsinvoked:
    • 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 show 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 is 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.
    • His biggest problem with the Recess episode "Nobody Doesn't Like T.J." is that Gordy dislikes T.J. for no reason; implying that it's okay to dislike people you know without any real reason. He even points out that the plot would have worked if it was for any reason, like he thought T.J. was too cocky or he just didn't like his hat.
    • His review of Numbers Game calls out the episode for essentially stating that any third child is a mistake.
  • Vomit Discretion Shot: Has one in his "Little Yellow Book" review when it's implied that Patrick literally eats shit.
  • Waxing Lyrical: In his re-review of "Pet Sitter Pat", after noting how he got enraged over the writers over it, he says "Yeah...you could call it a dash of overreaction," referencing "One Little Slip" by Barenaked Ladies.
  • Wham Episode: His notebook entry on "Ren Seeks Help." The abnormally high atrocity point countnote  - as well as being the first entry to earn a 10 in Cringe-Inducing Visuals and Disturbing Content - made many of his fans do a Spit Take.
    • Wham Line: And from the episode proper, enjoy the intro to the review:
      Disclaimer Voice: (reading off of the disclaimer text) Some viewers may find this disturbing-
      Mr. Enter: Stop. Right... (light chuckle) "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.
  • 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 
    • "The Modifyers": A failed pilot that Nickelodeon rejected.
    • 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 had Adventure Time been picked up by Nickelodeon, this episode wouldn't have been made.
  • What Do You Mean, It's for Kids?invoked: This is a problem he has with new SpongeBob episodes like "A Pal for Gary".
    • His reaction to Professor Z burning Torque to death (albeit offscreen) in Cars 2. A movie that's rated G.
      • It's also his reaction for when it is revealed that Leland Turbo has been cubed by Professor Z's henchmen.
    • He rips on "Demolition Doofus" for being this, comparing it to a Robot Chicken sketch and questioning the content the show has put out in recent years.
      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?!
  • What Do You Mean, It Wasn't Made on Drugs?invoked: His overall opinion of the Friendship Is Magic episode "Over A Barrel" and Tentacolino.
    • An issue concerning his review of "Is This Cute?".
      Mr. Enter: Give em' that...uhh... it's not clichéd anymore, but d-do you guys realize w-what just happened? Sheen crash landed on an alien planet with a civilization who is afraid of a giant pink pony with a rainbow mane who sucks people up with his nose hairs. Uhh...what drugs were they on to make this? All the drugs. All the fucking drugs.
    • This was his opinion on the final scene of "Serious Business".
    • This is his otherinvoked stated reason for not reviewing any Uncle Grandpa episodes, stating that every episode he watched, whether it was just to get a feel of the show itself, find something that offended him for an Atrocity, or even to find something worth an Admirable Animation, his reaction everytime was, "Okay, that happened", because he can't quite fathom the show's own logic, which is necessary for a proper review.
  • What Happened to the Mouse?: He complains in his Cars 2 review that the racing subplot which was prominent throughout the film was dropped in the end with no resolution.
  • What the Hell Are You?: To the writers of "One Coarse Meal" at the end of the review.
  • "Where Are They Now?" Epilogue: The end of his "Truth Or Square" review has a parody of this.
  • Who Writes This Crap?!: In the "Everyone Knows It's Bendy" review, he notes that the answer has never been more shocking. He reacts with an "everyone makes mistakes" mentality.
  • 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.
  • X Meets Y: He describes Steven Universe as Adventure Time meets Gravity Falls in his ''Top 20 Opening Themes" video (although he'd never seen the series at the time).
  • You Monster!: Patrick's actions in "Pet Sitter Pat" led Mr. Enter to call him a literal monster, and one line in "The Card" (by Fridge Horror) affected his interpretation of Patrick so much that he thinks that Patrick is a sociopath.