YMMV: Diamanda Hagan

  • Crosses the Line Twice: Her humor tends to be a little to the dark side, but special mention goes to her Strange Fruit Salad in the Charles Lynch Inn from her review of Sunset Heights.
  • Designated Heroes:
    • Points out the protagonists in Bone Kickers are responsible for numerous murders and break many laws while getting away scot free.
    • She also sarcastically says "our hero" during Emmanuelle 4 when Emmanuelle breaks into a man's house and begins to masturbate over his sleeping body.
    Diamanda: At least when Shinji Ikari did it it was funny.
  • Ear Worm: Her first title theme was Lecher Bitch by The Genitorturers.
    • George Harrison's Dream Away which she uses as title theme for her guide to classic Doctor Who.
      • The Sweet's Ballroom Blitz also, as used for the theme to Twatty New Who.
  • "Funny Aneurysm" Moment: Her comparison of Spoony to the lead of Schizophreniac The Whore Mangler takes on slightly different connotations when you consider the events that cost Spoony his job at Channel Awesome.
  • Genius Bonus: Frequently Lampshaded
    • "Obscure Austrian far right politics; I went there."
  • Ho Yay: Aleister D. Homelessb'sterrd and Basil P. Remmington
    • Teddy, Diamanda's minion in charge of music, seems to have a thing for Oancitizen
  • Jerkass Woobie: "I'm Diamanda Hagan ... and I have to live with that every day."
  • They Just Didn't Care: One of her complaints about "Sunset Heights" is that the movie get the geography of the West and East sides of Derry/Londonderry/Cooterville wrong, which is something that Northern Irish viewers (the people most likely to see the movie) would notice.
  • They Wasted a Perfectly Good Plot: When reviewing Siege, she complains about how the movie started off with the cinematic gold of would-be fascists holding a gay bar at gunpoint, only for the customers to revolt... only to turn into a stock "home invasion" thriller, with the lone survivor of the gay bar unconscious for a good chunk of the remaining movie.
  • Uncanny Valley: Fenella Pritchard, the villain from the Urban Gothic episode "Pineapple Chunks," in both forms
  • The Woobie: You know how Diamanda is a loud outspoken megalomaniac who routinely abuses her faceless minions in gruesome ways? Well Nina is nothing like that. And it just makes you want to hug her...
  • Viewer Gender Confusion: A lot of people who first see her, and a lot of commenters on TGWTG - the majority of whom are horribly insulting about it - can't immediately tell if Diamanda is a man or a Butch Lesbian. For the record, she's the latter. This was lampshaded in her review of Project Million, which she starred in.
    Diamanda: Honestly, I can't tell if that's supposed to be a man or a woman. I mean, they're tall and have a hunchback, but they have tits. Well, their tits look like a herd of gerbils clustering together for warmth.
    Diamanda: (After being asked if she's a woman, in plaintive, exaggeratedly feminine tones) "Why does everyone keep asking me that?" (Abruptly yells in a harsh, male-sounding voice) "OF COURSE I AM!!!"