These are what we call the 'YMMV items.' Things that some people find in this work. We call them 'your mileage might vary' because not everyone sees these things in the same way. This starts discussions in the trope lists, a thing we don't want. Please use the discussion page if you'd like to discuss any of these items.
YMMV: Bum Reviews
Alternative Character Interpretation: He's not really homeless, he's just crazy and thinks he is. Think about it, we rarely see him outside, he looks suspiciously clean and well-fed and he hangs around Critic's house constantly, who we know offered him a place to stay and a job reviewing new movies.
Broken Base: The review of District 9, which panned the movie perhaps the most out of any that he's reviewed so far, has actually generated a bit of controversy amongst his own base of viewers. (Thus, why he put it at number 2 on his list of movies he didn't like that everyone else seemed to love.)
Of course, that turned into Heartwarming In Hindsight when the second part came out, which returned to its roots and then some. Cue much rejoicing from him.
Giggling about how the Paranormal Activity movies are anti-men and wondering if that makes him a "menimest" is adorable. Three episodes later, when the above film comes along, brokenly raging about it'll teach girls that this is how men will treat you when you're pregnant, makes you wonder if he's okay.
Harsher in Hindsight: Aww, look at the Bum's Youmacon video where he's all freaked out. You just want to take him home and... wait, a con report says Doug really did get scared because people were constantly asking "Can I keep you?" Oh.
Happened again when Doug dressed up as General Zod and thrashed Man of Steel. Several fans (Angry Joe and Bennett The Sage included) really liked the movie, and this time, Doug didn't apologize for not liking it.
Hilarious in Hindsight: The line in Chester's review of Up about that they should send all the people in the sky adds more hilarity when Pixar actually does run closely with it.
One True Pairing: Even the Bum, despite his hatred for Bella, feels Jacob would've been a better Boyfriend/Husband than Edward.
Rescued from the Scrappy Heap: Chester was never hated, but even Doug noted that he existed for a while just so that he could do a funny voice. A friendship with the Critic, mass woobie-dom, Obfuscating Stupidity and a keet personality with some manipulative and snarky qualities changed all that.
Squick: In The Lego Movie review, both Chester and the audience are grossed out by what Critic apparently does with his Rogue figurine.
So, you might be wondering what's the moral of the story, kids? The moral of the story is... deal with it! Just... deal with it! Your family's not perfect? Deal with it! You're trapped on an island with monsters? Deal with it! You live in a pine cone where people occasionally urinate on you and throw feces at you always saying that they left their change at home even though I see them pay for a hooker just on the side of the street?! A hooker that could pleasure them probably not nearly as well as I could?! Deal with it! *starts crying* Have a good cry and then deal with it! Bite your finger until it starts to bleed, cry, and deal with it! Forget this cruel, horrible world, die alone in the dark, then bite your finger until it starts to bleed, cry, and deal with it!