The Distressed Watcher steers into this territory from time to time. In episode 13 of 'Trailer Failure' he said that the bombing of Pearl Harbor, starving children, and 9/11 combined were not as bad as Sex and the City 2. Though those who think this is bad are obviously not acquainted with The Distressed Watcher's YouTube work as The Amazing Atheist.
Ho Yay: The Amazing Atheist has made out with Case (aka FakeSagan aka HardCaseOwnsYou) during a fundraising BlogTV session. It was interesting to say the least.
His admitted bisexuality has done nothing to stop this.
Internet Backdraft: The Distressed Watcher gets this a lot. The most prominent examples would be his video about why Scott Pilgrim flopped (His #1 reason? "All the general moviegoers are stupid.") and his joke about Cop Out being worse than his father's death.
Jerkass Has a Point: Many many people believe him to be a loud, obnoxious jerk, and many of the people who believe that also think he has a good sense of rationality when it comes to serious issues.
Moment of Awesome: This video, in which he calls out a radical feminist who writes down a list of things that make a man a rape supporter note for reference, the list consists of pretty much every form of sexual activity that can possibly be performed by a man, so it basically says that every man on the planet supports rape. The best part? He calls it out more for its misogyny than its misandry.
Never Live It Down: Even diehard fans thought "Bananagate" would become this, but his calm response to the incident resulted in most of his critics backing off.
The Scrappy: His That Guy with the Glasses alter-ego The Distressed Watcher. TGWTG fans had (unsuccessfully) petitioned for him to be removed from the site and he also wasn't very popular with some contributors on the site either. Lindsay mentioned how she doesn't like how he revels in pissing people off, site artist Marobot drew a picture of him being killed, JesuOtaku mentioned on Twitter that she found him to be childish and hateful in his arguments, and Film Brain said TJ (in comparison to the tightly knit group) was kind of a loner and didn't really talk to the other contributors much, the exception being Benzaie, who Lindsay said would defend him to 'the bitter end'.
Some Anvils Need to Be Dropped: In his non-comedic 666th video, TJ talks mainly about some hypocrisies of society, such as double standards in racism and people being concerned more with his use of dark subject matter as comedy than with the matter itself.