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* EarWorm: ''[[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HSeSGKtxmDw Go Jesus, go Jesus Bro!]]''


** Brad and co-star Creator/AllisonPregler had a falling out over the controversy surrounding her "Not So Awesome" document about years of mismanagement and misconduct from Website/ChannelAwesome. Both Brad and his family were doxxed by the [[{{GIFT}} more vicious supporters of the accusers]], including one who called his grandmother in the middle of the night to yell at her, for remaining on the site after the document went public. The experience made Brad understandably reluctant to side with his friend Allison, who eventually disowned him altogether when he collectively told all parties involved (including Pregler and the other creators who contributed to the document) to "get over it."

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** Brad and co-star Creator/AllisonPregler had a falling out over the controversy surrounding her "Not So Awesome" document about years of mismanagement and misconduct from Website/ChannelAwesome. Both Brad and his family were doxxed by the [[{{GIFT}} more vicious supporters of the accusers]], including one who called his grandmother in the middle of the night to yell at her, for remaining on the site after the document went public. The experience made Brad understandably reluctant to side with his friend Allison, who eventually disowned him altogether when he collectively told all parties involved (including (not only his doxxers but also Pregler and the other creators who contributed to the document) to "get over it."


** Brad and co-star Creator/AllisonPregler had a falling out over the controversy surrounding her "Not So Awesome" document about years of mismanagement and misconduct from Website/ChannelAwesome. Both Brad and his family were doxxed by the [[{{GIFT}} more vicious supporters of the accusers]], including one who called his grandmother in the middle of the night to yell at her, for remaining on the site after the document went public. The experience made Brad understandably reluctant to side with his friend Allison, who eventually disowned him altogether when he collectively told her and all of the disgruntled creators to "get over it."

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** Brad and co-star Creator/AllisonPregler had a falling out over the controversy surrounding her "Not So Awesome" document about years of mismanagement and misconduct from Website/ChannelAwesome. Both Brad and his family were doxxed by the [[{{GIFT}} more vicious supporters of the accusers]], including one who called his grandmother in the middle of the night to yell at her, for remaining on the site after the document went public. The experience made Brad understandably reluctant to side with his friend Allison, who eventually disowned him altogether when he collectively told her all parties involved (including Pregler and all of the disgruntled other creators who contributed to the document) to "get over it."


** Brad and co-star Creator/AllisonPregler had a falling out over the controversy surrounding her "Not So Awesome" document about years of mismanagement and misconduct from Website/ChannelAwesome. Both Brad and his family were doxxed by the [[{{GIFT}} more vicious supporters of the accused]], including one who called his grandmother in the middle of the night to yell at her, for remaining on the site after the document went public. The experience made Brad understandably reluctant to side with his friend Allison, who eventually disowned him altogether when he collectively told her and all of the disgruntled creators to "get over it."

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** Brad and co-star Creator/AllisonPregler had a falling out over the controversy surrounding her "Not So Awesome" document about years of mismanagement and misconduct from Website/ChannelAwesome. Both Brad and his family were doxxed by the [[{{GIFT}} more vicious supporters of the accused]], accusers]], including one who called his grandmother in the middle of the night to yell at her, for remaining on the site after the document went public. The experience made Brad understandably reluctant to side with his friend Allison, who eventually disowned him altogether when he collectively told her and all of the disgruntled creators to "get over it."


* DontShootTheMessage: Creator/BradJones has made it clear that the object of parody here is Christian ''propaganda'' films, not the religion itself.

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* DontShootTheMessage: Creator/BradJones has made it clear that the object of parody here is Christian ''propaganda'' films, not the religion itself. [[ComicallyMissingThePoint Didn't stop the Dove Foundation from rating it zero doves regardless]].


* Brad and co-star Creator/AllisonPregler had a falling out over the controversy surrounding her "Not So Awesome" document about years of mismanagement and misconduct from Website/ChannelAwesome. Both Brad and his family were doxxed by the [[{{GIFT}} more vicious supporters of the accused]], including one who called his grandmother in the middle of the night to yell at her, for remaining on the site after the document went public. The experience made Brad understandably reluctant to side with his friend Allison, who eventually disowned him altogether when he collectively told her and all of the disgruntled creators to "get over it."

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* ** Brad and co-star Creator/AllisonPregler had a falling out over the controversy surrounding her "Not So Awesome" document about years of mismanagement and misconduct from Website/ChannelAwesome. Both Brad and his family were doxxed by the [[{{GIFT}} more vicious supporters of the accused]], including one who called his grandmother in the middle of the night to yell at her, for remaining on the site after the document went public. The experience made Brad understandably reluctant to side with his friend Allison, who eventually disowned him altogether when he collectively told her and all of the disgruntled creators to "get over it."


* HarsherInHindsight: The message of the movie is that it's more important to just be a good person than try to find one form of belief that is said to make you a good person. A year after this movie came out, Creator/BradJones learned the hard way that "being a good person" is easier said than done when he and co-star Creator/AllisonPregler had a falling out over the controversy surrounding her "Not So Awesome" document about years of mismanagement and misconduct from Website/ChannelAwesome. Both Brad and his family were doxed by the [[{{GIFT}} more vicious supporters of the accused]], including one who called his grandmother in the middle of the night to yell at her, for remaining on the site after the document went public. The experience made Brad understandably reluctant to side with his friend Allison, who eventually disowned him altogether when he collectively told her and all of the disgruntled creators to "get over it."

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* HarsherInHindsight: The message of the movie is that it's more important to just be a good person than try to find one form of belief that is said to make you a good person. A year after this movie came out, Creator/BradJones learned the hard way that "being a good person" is easier said than done when he done.
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and co-star Creator/AllisonPregler had a falling out over the controversy surrounding her "Not So Awesome" document about years of mismanagement and misconduct from Website/ChannelAwesome. Both Brad and his family were doxed doxxed by the [[{{GIFT}} more vicious supporters of the accused]], including one who called his grandmother in the middle of the night to yell at her, for remaining on the site after the document went public. The experience made Brad understandably reluctant to side with his friend Allison, who eventually disowned him altogether when he collectively told her and all of the disgruntled creators to "get over it."


** Regardless of the reasons that led to Brad and Allison's fallout, it is uncomfortably ironic how she played a character who had a fallout with Rick over things he was saying an internet video and how he was acting about something she strongly believed in when, in real life, Allison had a fallout with Brad over things he was saying in an internet video and how he was acting about something she strongly believed in, even if the things Brad and Rick were talking about are vastly different (religion in the movie and abuse in real life). It doesn't help that the movie ends with Elizabeth, her character, and Rick making up and laughing together when, judging by both Allison and Brad's stances on what happened between them, they will probably never make up, at least not in the near future.

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** Regardless of the reasons that led to Brad and Allison's fallout, it is uncomfortably ironic how she played a character who had a fallout with Rick over things he was saying an internet video and how he was acting about something she strongly believed in when, in real life, Allison had a fallout with Brad over things he was saying in an internet video and how he was acting about something she strongly believed in, even if the things Brad and Rick were talking about are vastly different (religion in the movie and abuse in real life). It doesn't help that the movie ends with Elizabeth, her character, and Rick making up and laughing together (with Rob Walker, one of the three men she accused of abusing her, being in the same scene no less) when, judging by both Allison and Brad's stances on what happened between them, they will probably never make up, at least not in the near future.


** Regardless of the reasons that led to Brad and Allison's fallout, it is uncomfortably ironic how she played a character who had a fallout with Rick over things he was saying an internet video and how he was acting about something she strongly believed in when, in real life, Allison had a fallout with Brad over things he was saying in an internet video and how he was acting about something she strongly believed in, even if the things Brad and Rick were talking about are vastly different (religion in the movie and abuse in real life). It doesn't help that the movie ends with Elizabeth, her character, and Rick making up and laughing together when, judging by both Allison and Brad's stances on what happened, they will probably never make up, at least not in the near future.

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** Regardless of the reasons that led to Brad and Allison's fallout, it is uncomfortably ironic how she played a character who had a fallout with Rick over things he was saying an internet video and how he was acting about something she strongly believed in when, in real life, Allison had a fallout with Brad over things he was saying in an internet video and how he was acting about something she strongly believed in, even if the things Brad and Rick were talking about are vastly different (religion in the movie and abuse in real life). It doesn't help that the movie ends with Elizabeth, her character, and Rick making up and laughing together when, judging by both Allison and Brad's stances on what happened, happened between them, they will probably never make up, at least not in the near future.

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** Regardless of the reasons that led to Brad and Allison's fallout, it is uncomfortably ironic how she played a character who had a fallout with Rick over things he was saying an internet video and how he was acting about something she strongly believed in when, in real life, Allison had a fallout with Brad over things he was saying in an internet video and how he was acting about something she strongly believed in, even if the things Brad and Rick were talking about are vastly different (religion in the movie and abuse in real life). It doesn't help that the movie ends with Elizabeth, her character, and Rick making up and laughing together when, judging by both Allison and Brad's stances on what happened, they will probably never make up, at least not in the near future.


* HarsherInHindsight: The message of the movie is that it's more important to just be a good person than try to find one form of belief that is said to make you a good person. A year after this movie came out, Creator/BradJones learned the hard way that "being a good person" is easier said than done when he and co-star Creator/AllisonPregler had a falling out over the controversy surrounding her "Not So Awesome" document about years of mismanagement and misconduct from Website/ChannelAwesome. Both Brad and his family were doxed by the [[{{GIFT}} more vicious supporters of the accused]], including one who called his grandmother in the middle of the night to yell at her, for remaining on the site after the document went public. The experience made Brad understandably reluctant to side with his friend Allison, who eventually disowned him altogether when he collectively told here and all of the disgruntled creators to "get over it."

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* HarsherInHindsight: The message of the movie is that it's more important to just be a good person than try to find one form of belief that is said to make you a good person. A year after this movie came out, Creator/BradJones learned the hard way that "being a good person" is easier said than done when he and co-star Creator/AllisonPregler had a falling out over the controversy surrounding her "Not So Awesome" document about years of mismanagement and misconduct from Website/ChannelAwesome. Both Brad and his family were doxed by the [[{{GIFT}} more vicious supporters of the accused]], including one who called his grandmother in the middle of the night to yell at her, for remaining on the site after the document went public. The experience made Brad understandably reluctant to side with his friend Allison, who eventually disowned him altogether when he collectively told here her and all of the disgruntled creators to "get over it."


* HarsherInHindsight: The message of the movie is that it's more important to just be a good person than try to find one form of belief that is said to make you a good person. A year after this movie came out, Creator/BradJones learned the hard way that "being a good person" is easier said than done when he and co-star Creator/AllisonPregler had a falling out over the controversy surrounding her "Not So Awesome" document about years of mismanagement and misconduct from Website/ChannelAwesome. Both Brad and his family were doxed by the [[{{GIFT}} more vicious supporters of the accused]], including one who called his grandmother in the middle of the night to yell at her, for remaining on the site after the document went public. The experience made Brad understandably reluctant to side with his friend Allison, telling her and the collective publishers of the document to "get over it," ruining his relationship with them forever.

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* HarsherInHindsight: The message of the movie is that it's more important to just be a good person than try to find one form of belief that is said to make you a good person. A year after this movie came out, Creator/BradJones learned the hard way that "being a good person" is easier said than done when he and co-star Creator/AllisonPregler had a falling out over the controversy surrounding her "Not So Awesome" document about years of mismanagement and misconduct from Website/ChannelAwesome. Both Brad and his family were doxed by the [[{{GIFT}} more vicious supporters of the accused]], including one who called his grandmother in the middle of the night to yell at her, for remaining on the site after the document went public. The experience made Brad understandably reluctant to side with his friend Allison, telling her who eventually disowned him altogether when he collectively told here and the collective publishers all of the document disgruntled creators to "get over it," ruining his relationship with them forever.it."


* HarsherInHindsight: The message of the movie is that it's more important to just be a good person than try to find one form of belief that is said to make you a good person. A year after this movie came out, Creator/BradJones learned the hard way that "being a good person" is easier said than done when he and co-star Creator/AllisonPregler had a falling out over the controversy surrounding her "Not So Awesome" document about years of mismanagement and misconduct from Website/ChannelAwesome. Both Brad and his family were doxed by the [[{{GIFT}} more vicious supporters of the accused]], including one who called his grandmother in the middle of the night to yell at her, for remaining on the site after the document went public, and the experience made Brad understandably reluctant to side with Pregler's camp, telling them all to "get over it" and ruining his relationship with them forever.

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* HarsherInHindsight: The message of the movie is that it's more important to just be a good person than try to find one form of belief that is said to make you a good person. A year after this movie came out, Creator/BradJones learned the hard way that "being a good person" is easier said than done when he and co-star Creator/AllisonPregler had a falling out over the controversy surrounding her "Not So Awesome" document about years of mismanagement and misconduct from Website/ChannelAwesome. Both Brad and his family were doxed by the [[{{GIFT}} more vicious supporters of the accused]], including one who called his grandmother in the middle of the night to yell at her, for remaining on the site after the document went public, and the public. The experience made Brad understandably reluctant to side with Pregler's camp, his friend Allison, telling them all her and the collective publishers of the document to "get over it" and it," ruining his relationship with them forever.


* HarsherInHindsight: The message of the movie is that it's more important to just be a good person than try to find one form of belief that is said to make you a good person. A year after this movie came out, Creator/BradJones learned the hard way that "being a good person" is easier said than done when he and co-star Creator/AllisonPregler had a falling out over the controversy surrounding her "Not So Awesome" document about years of mismanagement and misconduct from Creator/ChannelAwesome. Both Brad and his family were doxed by the [[{{GIFT}} more vicious supporters of the accused]], including one who called his grandmother in the middle of the night to yell at her, for remaining on the site after the document went public, and the experience made Brad understandably reluctant to side with Pregler's camp, telling them all to "get over it" and ruining his relationship with them forever.

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* HarsherInHindsight: The message of the movie is that it's more important to just be a good person than try to find one form of belief that is said to make you a good person. A year after this movie came out, Creator/BradJones learned the hard way that "being a good person" is easier said than done when he and co-star Creator/AllisonPregler had a falling out over the controversy surrounding her "Not So Awesome" document about years of mismanagement and misconduct from Creator/ChannelAwesome.Website/ChannelAwesome. Both Brad and his family were doxed by the [[{{GIFT}} more vicious supporters of the accused]], including one who called his grandmother in the middle of the night to yell at her, for remaining on the site after the document went public, and the experience made Brad understandably reluctant to side with Pregler's camp, telling them all to "get over it" and ruining his relationship with them forever.


* HarsherInHindsight: Creator/AllisonPregler is the romantic lead in a movie about how it's more important to "just be a good person" than follow any sort of group think or title. Shortly after this movie came out, Allison and Brad had a serious falling out after Brad took Channel Awesome's side during the "Change The Channel" controversy and brushed off the misconduct and mismanagement allegations that Allison and other former CA contributors had made against the Walker brothers and Mike Michaud with a flippant "Get over it."[[note]]Granted, the situation was a little more complicated than just Brad not being a "good person." Not only did Brad have a significantly closer relationship with Doug and Rob Walker than the rest of Channel Awesome, but both he ''and'' his family, including his grandmother, were receiving death threats and getting doxed by pissed-off supporters of the accusers when he made his claims, which made the situation a lot muddier. [[Administrivia/RuleOfCautiousEditingJudgment And that's all that needs to be said about that]].[[/note]]

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* HarsherInHindsight: Creator/AllisonPregler is The message of the romantic lead in a movie about how is that it's more important to "just just be a good person" person than follow any sort try to find one form of group think or title. Shortly belief that is said to make you a good person. A year after this movie came out, Allison Creator/BradJones learned the hard way that "being a good person" is easier said than done when he and Brad co-star Creator/AllisonPregler had a serious falling out after Brad took Channel Awesome's side during over the "Change The Channel" controversy and brushed off the misconduct and surrounding her "Not So Awesome" document about years of mismanagement allegations that Allison and other former CA contributors had misconduct from Creator/ChannelAwesome. Both Brad and his family were doxed by the [[{{GIFT}} more vicious supporters of the accused]], including one who called his grandmother in the middle of the night to yell at her, for remaining on the site after the document went public, and the experience made against the Walker brothers and Mike Michaud Brad understandably reluctant to side with a flippant "Get Pregler's camp, telling them all to "get over it."[[note]]Granted, the situation was a little more complicated than just Brad not being a "good person." Not only did Brad have a significantly closer it" and ruining his relationship with Doug and Rob Walker than the rest of Channel Awesome, but both he ''and'' his family, including his grandmother, were receiving death threats and getting doxed by pissed-off supporters of the accusers when he made his claims, which made the situation a lot muddier. [[Administrivia/RuleOfCautiousEditingJudgment And that's all that needs to be said about that]].[[/note]]them forever.

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