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.
Ensemble Dark Horse: Nerdlinger the character is considered the best of all the side characters.
Genius Bonus: While most people can tell that ERod is Latin just by his name(Eric Rodriguez), savvy viewers can tell he's specifically Puerto Rican from various hints in his videos.
In one video, he's wearing a shirt for El Conquistador, one of Puerto Rico's most luxurious hotels.
El Lover. His English is very Puerto Rican-accented(his talking speed and pronunciation of certain words are giveaways), his Spanish is completely Puertorican in accent and vocabulary, and he's shown from time to time reading Turey El Taino, a popular 90s Puertorican comic book.
Hate Dumb: ERod receives a lot of this from people who dismiss him as another angry reviewer. Many of them even try to look for pointless reasons to troll in his videos.
One of the dumbest comments made on one of his videos was to have another person do the voice-over segments instead of his real voice.
Most of them just plain insult him because he dared to talk about a popular movie.
He invokes this himself in his review of the 1966 Batman film based off the the Adam West series. Apparently he didn't get that the show is supposed to be a parody he also complains about it being nothing like Batman in the comics, even though at the time of the series it pretty much was. The whole point of the crossover with Linkara in this episode is to have Linkara moderate his criticisms.
Not only Doug Jones doing a cameo for ERod's review of Rocky and Bullwinkle is awesome and adorable when Doug recognized ERod's appreciation for his filmography, ERod also highlighted Jones' participation in Rock Jocks, which was directed by Paul (Panda Bear / Dr. Nemesis), his best friend.
They Wasted a Perfectly Good Plot: Mentioned in his review of Garfield: A Tale of Two Kitties. After learning that farm animals are appearing in the movie, he hopes that this means the film can bring in the cast from Jim Davis' other series U.S. Acres (or Orson's Farm as it's known in some areas). He's then quickly disappointed after learning it's just going to be a bunch of random animals.