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 whole account was taken down, not just that video, so if there was also Super Sentai, Power Rangers, Kamen Rider, or Digimon on that channel, that would explain it, and thus not be CRF. However, there are probably other examples of this trope.
Additionally, this can also occur with certain songs, such as this video of the song "Madonna", which has its artist inaccurately labeled as "Madonna". That is not correct, as the song's actual artist is the K PopGirl Group known as Secret. Coincidentally, Madonna herself has also recorded a song called "Secret", although the video's label manages to give correct attribution to the song's original artist.
Crowning Moment of Funny: Among the seemingly unending pile of comments, many witty remarks can cause this to occur, nowadays usually located in the "Top Comments" section.
Discredited Meme: Comment memes tend to stick around past their expiration dates.
Also comment chain letters, due to many users deleting them from their videos on sight.
Dude, Not Funny!: Most of the community, which is made up of incredibly rude young people, fails to be funny in the first place.
Fan Dumb: The comments are filled with this. Best examples are probably in comedic videos, where fans of the parodied artist will miss the point and insult the author (just look for any "Weird Al" Yankovic video).
Narm: A good number of the comments are hard to take seriously, and are unintentionally funny. Even the serious comments that get upvoted often have too many misspellings and errors to ever take seriously.
Nostalgia Filter: My god, where to begin? Pretty much any video from the 90s or earlier decade (some even early-to-mid 2000s) will have comments (usually with several thumbs up or even as the top comment) claiming that everything was better back then or that said mass-media (music, cartoons, etc.) "sucks now." Even if it was something heavily criticized at the time.
The forcing of the Google Accounts. Hope you got a Yahoo! account instead. Otherwise, you'd better have a mobile phone. Don't have one? You're screwed.
Luckily it seems like the mobile phone number is only used as an optional security measure. Doesn't help though that the skip link on it is in a very tiny font.
They also completely screwed up the main page, making it fairly unorganized.
"YouTube Channels 2.0", introduced in 2009, got a lot of flak.
And then history repeats itself with 3.0.
And again, in surprisingly quick succession, with the "YouTube One Channel" layout when it was launched in limited beta.
Also when they removed the 1-5 star rating system, changing it simply to "Like" or "Dislike".
The new ad system, which sometimes occurs, and it forces you to either watch a full ad, which you can't skip or watch a commercial halfway through the video, the latter is unknown until it plays, and sometimes forces you to watch a commercial for several minutes before returning to the actual video you were watching. In fact, some times the ads are longer than the videos themselves! Luckily this doesn't seem to occur all the time, yet.
The new video page designs, which causes major slowdowns on browsers like Firefox when trying to watch a video.
On December 6, 2012, they officially switched to a new design. There have been many criticisms about this new design, such as the fact that the default tab on the front page is "what to watch" instead of "my subscriptions." They have also made where to log in, you have to use your email address, rather than your username.
And that on wider screens, there is a massive amount of empty space taking up the entire right half of the screen.
And searching by upload date no longer actually works properly. Way to screw with my OCD, guys!
Trying to force users to use their real name instead of their username. It's an attempt to curb spam, but may just increase it.
Why Fandom Can't Have Nice Things: The founders reportedly said in several interviews that they sold the website off because of hordes of teenagersnote the aforementioned users uploading copyrighted material on it (instead of making their own videos) and ignoring its rules, thus destroying their dream for a youtube.