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.
"The Emperor Has No Clothes" & "Heavens to Metroid" have produced this.
Not even to mention the Anti Thinker arc, and what that now has lead to.
The COMICS! ARE! WEEEEEIIIRD!Running Gag and its variations. For some people, it gets worse and worse every time, while others just can't get enough of it.
Bob's views on "Retake Mass Effect". Some feel that this was a welcome rebuttal to the more vocal elements of the gamer community, while others feel that he is Completely Missing the Point as to why people didn't like the ending to Mass Effect 3, and many flat-out rejected his opinion due to him saying he hadn't played the games before, and didn't even look at the endings.
Bob's reviews on The Amazing Spider Man and Man of Steel. For Spider Man, it's his loathing of the movie and how he wouldn't shut the hell up about it, even going on about two years later when it didn't really connect to the topic at hand. For Man of Steel, it's how his opinions changed as 2013 went on- starting as one of the few defenders, he changed his mind and labeled it one of the worst films of the year, which some suspect is due to the backlash he got for giving it a positive review.
His review of The Amazing Spider Man 2 is the former taken up to eleven, as it supposedly, in his words, "broke him", and fans are divided whether to feel bad for him or say how much he's wangsting about it.
It went further when he posted a second video defending Spider-Man 3. Some agreed and liked the film, but the rest were annoyed by the condescending title ("Why You're Wrong about Spider-Man 3"). A third group didn't care about the movie, but was tired of Bob's whining.
He Who Fights Monsters: Many of his rants comes very close to what "hardcore frat boys" talk and act like (or at least what he thinks they do). The very first episode is particularly notable in this regard.
Hilarious in Hindsight: In his movie review of GI Joe: The Rise of Cobra, he makes the suggestion that the film would achieve a gigantic level of metaphysical self-awareness if it revealed at the end that it was all a kid playing in a sandbox. Fast-forward to 2014, and he is heaping praise on The Lego Movie, a film with an eerily similar reveal.
Two circumstances arise - one, Bob says that the mission statement of GuardiansOfTheGalaxy is to see if a mainstream hit can be gleaned from stacking obscure Marvel references together. Two, he remarks about wanting to get a reboot of a certain Marvel character in an episode of The Big Picture. And then, in the post-credits sequence of Guardians of the Galaxy, that very character shows up as one of The Collector's possessions. That character? Howard the Duck!
In one of his Transformers reviews he complains about Michael Bay's fetishistic approach to inserting the US military into everything. He posits a a scenario where Batman gets interrupted while interrogating the Joker and gets told to chill which the military cleans up Gotham for him, just to show how annoying it is. Not long after, the military do show up in The Dark Knight Rises, but they don't turn out quite as effective...
Shocking Swerve: Episode 43 of "The Game Overthinker", where the Antithinker is introduced. Before then, the show was completely grounded in reality, without the slightest indication that it was about anything other than a man talking about video games, or that said man is actually portraying a fictional character and not himself. After that, Nothing Is the Same Anymore.
Strawman Has a Point: Discussed in "Building A Better Gamer." To paraphrase, gamers may not be the violent psychopaths waiting to happen that politicians tend to portray them as but they're also not helping matters by being grody, disturbingly rude sociophobes.
Many feel that the Strawmen they feel he creates have better arguments than him.
Unintentionally Unsympathetic: Bob's review of The Amazing Spider-Man 2 has him refer to it as the movie that "broke him." However, it rings a bit hollow since he did think the movie was better than the original which makes it hard to believe it was so bad to merit two videos about how the Amazing series is awful and everyone else is wrong about the third Raimi Spider-Man movie.