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.
Broken Base: Long term Power Rangers fans aren't always happy when a person is brought into the franchise via HOPR over actually watching the show, due to said fans having a tendency to spout Linkara's opinions (Something he's spoken out against). This ranges from Ninja Storm going from a liked season to being OK, Carter Grayson suddenly being a badass on par with Tommy Oliver, and Mystic Force also dropping in popularity.
Critical Research Failure: Power Rangers Turbo did not almost end the franchise. Ratings were down since the third season of Mighty Morphin, Power Rangers in Space was being planned before the second half (where the ratings started to go up for the first time since the decline in season 3) even began filming.
He actually stated that he would at one point go back and correct every mistake he made.
Dramatic Irony: Example of this applying to him instead of the show during his review on Mystic Force, where he comments that zord combination sequences look like "somebody took the sentai footage and hit the fast forward button." Anybody that watched Magiranger would know that is more or less the case.
Executive Meddling: This has sort of happened to History of Power Rangers itself; Linkara has said that as a result of his joining the Power Force (a group of officially-endorsed fans), Saban has requested he only use clips from official sources. This is part of the reason for the delay of the Operation Overdrive review, as he had to wait for the Shout! Factory DVD release.
Harsher in Hindsight: When he got to Billy leaving Zeo, he said he hasn't been able to find much information on why it happened, but he's heard it was because David Yost was hard to work with. Shortly afterwards, Yost finally did reveal why he left: he was constantly subjected to shocking verbal abuse over his homosexuality. In the next video to go up, Lewis confirmed that he'd seen the interview and will add it into the Zeo review later.
He Panned It, Now He Sucks: Pretty much every video will be met with comments from people who call him an idiot because his opinion is different from theirs, or because he has zero interest in Super Sentai other than referencing it to explain elements of the show (like the weirder parts of Turbo spawning from Carranger being a parody) or if people bug him enough about a certain part (The Legend War (note he did say that he watched the Legend War movie and agreed that it was awesome)). Fortunately, most of the comments don't do this; they simply say they disagree with his opinion and state exactly why they disagree.
He took steps to avoid it while reviewing Operation Overdrive, stating several times that he doesn't think less of anyone who likes the series and everything he's saying is just his own opinion.
In the Power Rangers in Space review, Linkara joked about the "anti-virus technique of hitting the monster with a sword". In a recent ad for a computer, which used video clips to explain its features, the anti-virus was demonstrated by... the original Megazord whacking Goldar over the head with a sword.
"When's the next History of Power Rangers coming out?"Explanation Due to the series' lack of a schedule, it's a common question Linkara is asked by many friends and fellow reviewers in crossovers, and has since spread so that whenever anything TGWTG related is delayed or is taking its time coming out, Linkara's the one asked, even if he has no involvement in the project whatsoever.
Lampshaded during Nash's March Megastream, where every TGWTG contributer aside from Linkara that showed up was asked this. Everyone gave snarky replies.