YMMV / Unskippable

  • Acceptable Ethnic Targets: "Baguette." "Sacrebleu." "Pomme de terre." For those of you not fluent in French, that's "bread," "omg," and "potato." That was hardly paraphrased.
    • Defied with "I'd make a joke about France surrendering, but I'm not sure anyone else would do any better."
    • Also defied in the video for Captain America: Super Soldier, mentioning disappointment that France isn't all men in stripy shirts and berets eating cheese, and that "political cartoons steered me wrong."
  • Archive Panic: There were 325 episodes at the time the series was cancelled. Even with the average length of an episode being about 6 minutes, that's still about 32 hours worth of show. If you decided to start at episode one and watch straight through it would take a day and a half to finish.
  • Hilarious in Hindsight:
    • Their Credits Gag for Sonic the Hedgehog (2006) was the line "You know what would make this game better? Chili dogs." About two months later, they did Sonic and the Black Knight, which featured chili dogs in the opening cutscene. They actually criticized the chili dogs, if only because they would rather have seen jokes from Sonic SatAM canonized than ones from Adventures of Sonic the Hedgehog.
    • One of the gags about Nobunaga Oda in Way of the Samurai III is that they ask if there's a game if he's ever not the bad guy, or even a good guy, though he is a guy. Some years later, that has become Roman Reigns' catchphrase.
    • In the video for Borderlands, the guys make a siren-like sound ("wee-oo wee-oo!") when Lilith is introduced "as The Siren". When Angel is introduced a moment later they make the same sound for her. Three years later, Borderlands 2 confirmed that yes, Angel is a siren too.
  • "Funny Aneurysm" Moment: During the Atelier Rorona episode, the guys remark that Rorona must be a great Alchemist to work for Astrid, since she's clearly not in there for dealing with customers. The Episode was aired only a month after Atelier Meruru and Astrid's unsettling "treatment" towards Rorona.
  • Screwed by the Network: Why the show ended. Views on the Escapist were down, so they told Graham and Paul they could either cancel the show, or do it for less money. They didn't feel they could POSSIBLY do it for less money than they were already, so they opted to end the show. And unfortunately because the Escapist owned the rights to "Unskippable", they couldn't continue it independently. Fortunately LoadingReadyRun is carrying on just fine otherwise.