Tsuki and the Video Master. They're a pair of nerds that review anime and episodes of My Little Pony: Friendship Is Magic on YouTube. They're also been known to do web commentaries they call "Let's Watch" for the latter, as well as episodes of the Mega Man cartoon, anime OVAs, Felix the Cat: The Movie, My Little Pony The Movie, and Rainbow Brite: The Movie. They've also been known to run live stream for many varied reasons, whether to stream anime, wrestling, or video games.Their usual style is Vlog Series, but they have been known to veer into (partially) scripted Video Review Show territory as well. Overall, the series is peppered with full-on silliness, nerdy references, nerdy jokes, and well...nerdy everything. While their show has never been listed among the very best, they do possess their own unique charm that keep many viewers coming back.The FIM fandom has sometimes likened them to Snips and Snails from that series. Whether you see any resemblance or not is entirely up to you.At the very least, anyone looking for a break from the normal Accentuate the Negative-style reviewer may find how positive these two guys can be very refreshing.
Commented on in My Little Pony The Movie, in which they point out that the witches are the ones who actually struggle and have to work together, whereas all the ponies had done up to that point was run Baby Lickity-Split out of town, so to speak.
The moral of the movie was supposed to be "work together for a better future", or "buy our toys!".
Caustic Critic: Played straight and averted. Played straight whenever they watch something that frankly is just terrible. Anything good they watch though will receive appropriate amounts of praise.
Darker and Edgier: Whenever the work they're reviewing or watching does something darker than expected, they will usually praise it for having the guts to do it.
Discussed Trope: In the FIM episode, Griffon The Brush-Up, where they talk about The Bully and how they tend to be lazily written characters designed only to receive their comeuppance. Neither one is particularly fond of the archetype.
Early-Installment Weirdness: More recent fans may be used to Tsuki sitting to the left and Video Master on the right will notice right away their positioning was inverted early on. Also, they hadn't come up with any of their usual greetings or other slogans.
Face Palm: Tsuki hates the pun Fillydelphia in FIM. He does it so hard, you can hear it in the Let's Watch it turns up in.
Precision F-Strike: They're not as bad about swearing as a lot of internet reviewers are, but they will use this every now and again.
Princesses Rule: Pointed out in FIM, Felix the Cat: The Movie, and Rainbow Brite: The Movie. They don't mind it, however.
Red Oni, Blue Oni: Tsuki tends to be Red while the Video Master tends to more reserved, relatively speaking. You could argue it's more of a case of Tsuki just being more Keet than Video Master.
Sanity Slippage: Apparently, if the Video Master spends too much time watching something, he'll end up thinking he's a character in it. As evidenced in one video when he spent all night watching old episodes of the Mega Man cartoon and ends up attacking someone ringing on his and Tsuki's doorbell.
Schedule Slip: While they're generally very good at gettig content released at a relatively even pace, they are sometimes prone to this. They do not have a set schedule, both have day jobs, and sometimes their equipment just goes south.