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** Bakura's suicide threat in ''Season Zero Abridged.'' Some thought it was [[CrossesTheLineTwice funny],] while others thought it was incredibly tasteless.

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** Bakura's suicide threat in ''Season Zero Abridged.'' Some thought it was [[CrossesTheLineTwice funny],] funny]], while others thought it was incredibly tasteless.


* AccidentalInnuendo: Episode 12 had Kaibazilla from Joey's nightmare stating, "If you think [my size] is huge then you should see my ego." Several thought or like to believe that Kaiba was referring to his genitals.
* {{Adorkable}}: At least two people have mistaken Yugi for [[PandaingToTheAudience a baby panda]], including the spirit that possesses him regularly.

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* AccidentalInnuendo: Episode 12 had Kaibazilla from Joey's nightmare stating, "If you think [my size] is huge huge, then you should see my ego." Several thought or like to believe that Kaiba was referring to his genitals.
* {{Adorkable}}: At least two people have mistaken Yugi for [[PandaingToTheAudience a baby panda]], panda,]] including the spirit that possesses him regularly.



** How some feel about the abridged series, with all the hilarious dialog and constant lampshading making the original look boring and [[{{Narm}} nonsensical]] by comparison ([[UpToEleven even more so]] if you think the [=4Kids=] dub was already bad). Some fans unofficially consider ''TAS'' the "definitive" version of the ''YGO'' anime, which may be one reason why Konami started officially exporting the uncensored Japanese version of the actual series (as a possible attempt to break its AnimationAgeGhetto and "{{narm}}y {{bowdlerization}}" stigma), to the point that ''TAS'' and the official anime cross-promote each other.

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** How some feel about the abridged series, with all the hilarious dialog dialogue and constant lampshading making the original look boring and [[{{Narm}} nonsensical]] by comparison ([[UpToEleven even more so]] if you think the [=4Kids=] dub was already bad). Some fans unofficially consider ''TAS'' the "definitive" version of the ''YGO'' anime, which may be one reason why Konami started officially exporting the uncensored Japanese version of the actual series (as a possible attempt to break its AnimationAgeGhetto and "{{narm}}y {{bowdlerization}}" stigma), to the point that ''TAS'' and the official anime cross-promote each other.



** Bakura's suicide threat in ''Season Zero Abridged.'' Some thought it was [[CrossesTheLineTwice funny]], while others thought it was incredibly tasteless.

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** Bakura's suicide threat in ''Season Zero Abridged.'' Some thought it was [[CrossesTheLineTwice funny]], funny],] while others thought it was incredibly tasteless.



** The general mockery of the DOMA/Waking the Dragons {{Filler}}. Some watchers are perfectly happy with Little Kuriboh's {{Take That}}s against this filler arc and its plot elements, either because they didn't like the arc themselves or found the derision in-character for Yu-Gi-Oh! Abridged. Other watchers, some who liked the DOMA/Waking the Dragons arc, were not fond of Little Kuriboh's contemptuous ridicule for it and consider his abridgedment of the arc a low point for his series as a result. Alternatively, people have criticised the arc for leaning too heavily on meta jokes that the general writing quality of the episodes suffered due to relying too much on just potshots at the season itself.
** Which style of humor is funnier? The first two seasons which, despite the potshots at [=4Kids=] and the plot itself, was extremely bizarre with dialogue often bordering on sheer randomness and RuleOfFunny unless you could understand the intricate amount of obscure references that sometimes felt like a WordSalad. Or the newer seasons which lessened the randomness in favor of RapidFireComedy, increased potshots, and stablished characteristics. While consistent enough to still be identified as YGOTAS at any point, older fans usually prefer the former and feel the latter too predictable and bland, while newer fans find the former too inscrutable.

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** The general mockery of the DOMA/Waking the Dragons {{Filler}}. Some watchers are perfectly happy with Little Kuriboh's {{Take That}}s against this filler arc and its plot elements, either because they didn't like the arc themselves or found the derision in-character for Yu-Gi-Oh! Abridged. Other watchers, some who liked the DOMA/Waking the Dragons arc, were not fond of Little Kuriboh's contemptuous ridicule for it and consider his abridgedment of the arc a low point for his series as a result. Alternatively, people have criticised criticized the arc for leaning too heavily on meta jokes that the general writing quality of the episodes suffered due to relying too much on just potshots at the season itself.
** Which style of humor is funnier? The first two seasons which, despite the potshots at [=4Kids=] and the plot itself, was were extremely bizarre with dialogue often bordering on sheer randomness and RuleOfFunny unless you could understand the intricate amount of obscure references that sometimes felt like a WordSalad. Or the newer seasons which lessened the randomness in favor of RapidFireComedy, increased potshots, and stablished established characteristics. While consistent enough to still be identified as YGOTAS at any point, older fans usually prefer the former and feel the latter too predictable and bland, while newer fans find the former too inscrutable.



* CrazyAwesome: Yami Marik. He's one of the few characters LK doesn't really do a piss-take of; instead, his AxCrazy personality from the original series is largely preserved, if with more pop-culture references added.

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* CrazyAwesome: Yami Marik. He's one of the few characters LK doesn't really do a piss-take of; instead, of. Instead, his AxCrazy personality from the original series is largely preserved, if with more pop-culture references added.



** In Episode 31, Weevil refers to Caramelldansen as "[[TakeThat crappy Japanese pop music]]". The song's actually Swedish.

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** In Episode 31, Weevil refers to Caramelldansen as "[[TakeThat crappy [[TakeThat "crappy Japanese pop music]]". music".]] The song's actually Swedish.



** Episode 79 stands out a fair bit; with Joey wondering why he's feeling pain from the attacks he's suffering...ignoring the fact that the Seal of Orichalcos makes the monsters real (something that was made fun of not two episodes prior) and that Valon also happens to literally be punching Joey full-force. And thus treating his subsequent exertion as unreasonable despite this being one of the best justified times for Joey to wind up exhausted after a duel.

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** Episode 79 stands out a fair bit; bit, with Joey wondering why he's feeling pain from the attacks he's suffering...ignoring the fact that the Seal of Orichalcos makes the monsters real (something that was made fun of not two episodes prior) and that Valon also happens to literally be punching Joey full-force. And thus treating his subsequent exertion as unreasonable despite this being one of the best justified times for Joey to wind up exhausted after a duel.



** Kemo (The Hair Guy), Bandit Keith and Jack Atlas, all mainly because of their [[MemeticMutation memetic]] catchphrases. [[note]]My hair, in America, and card games on motorcycles, respectively[[/note]]

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** Kemo (The Hair Guy), Bandit Keith and Jack Atlas, all mainly because of their [[MemeticMutation memetic]] catchphrases. [[note]]My catchphrases[[note]]My hair, in America, and card games on motorcycles, respectively[[/note]]respectively[[/note]].



* FranchiseOriginalSin: One of things Season 2 was criticized for was its reliance on running gags and referential humor. These were present in the series right from the start, but Season 2 was considered the point where there was no reasonable balance to either forms of humor.

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* FranchiseOriginalSin: One of things Season 2 was criticized for was its reliance on running gags and referential humor. These were present in the series right from the start, but Season 2 was considered the point where there was no reasonable balance to either forms form of humor.



** In episode 32, Yami Bakura mentioned that his gaydar once led him to Creator/KevinSpacey autograph signings and commented that "everyone knows that [[HaveIMentionedIAmHeterosexualToday he's straight as a die.]]" This joke did not age well after the allegation of Kevin Spacey molested several young male actors came to the light and him coming out as a gay man (though there are some Website/YouTube comments that state that the joke is funnier now than it was back then, much like the scene from the ''Family Guy'' episode "Don't Make Me Over" where, as part of a bet he made with Brian, Stewie runs naked through a mall, screaming that he escaped Kevin Spacey's basement).

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** In episode 32, Yami Bakura mentioned that his gaydar once led him to Creator/KevinSpacey autograph signings and commented that "everyone knows that [[HaveIMentionedIAmHeterosexualToday he's straight as a die.]]" "]] This joke did not age well after the allegation of Kevin Spacey molested several young male actors came to the light and him coming out as a gay man (though there are some Website/YouTube comments that state that the joke is funnier now than it was back then, much like the scene from the ''Family Guy'' episode "Don't Make Me Over" where, as part of a bet he made with Brian, Stewie runs naked through a mall, screaming that he escaped Kevin Spacey's basement).



** Joey claiming his parents split up after he tried to teach Serenity how to drive becomes a lot less funny when you find out [[spoiler:that Serenity ran Noah over while driving]]. [[HilariousInHindsight If the joke doesn't get even funnier, that is.]]

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** Joey claiming his parents split up after he tried to teach Serenity how to drive becomes a lot less funny when you find out [[spoiler:that Serenity ran Noah over while driving]]. driving.]] [[HilariousInHindsight If the joke doesn't get even funnier, that is.]]



** Yami's insults towards Creator/RobinWilliams in ''Cr@psule Monsters'' 3 are a lot less funny after Williams's suicide.

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** Yami's insults towards Creator/RobinWilliams in ''Cr@psule Monsters'' 3 are a lot less funny after Williams's Williams' suicide.



** LK's Website/YouTube channel was at one point the #1 most subscribed in Japan. You do NOT want to know how he celebrated. (SchmuckBait [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xxbFiymmqaQ here]].)

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** LK's Website/YouTube channel was at one point the #1 most subscribed in Japan. You do NOT want to know how he celebrated. (SchmuckBait [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xxbFiymmqaQ here]].)here.]])



** ''4Kids themselves'' [[JustForFun/OneOfUs are big fans of YGOTAS]]. It should be noted that they are not the ones who took the episodes down. That would be one of Website/YouTube's copyright bots acting on its superficial programming.

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** ''4Kids themselves'' [[JustForFun/OneOfUs are big fans of YGOTAS]]. YGOTAS.]] It should be noted that they are not the ones who took the episodes down. That would be one of Website/YouTube's copyright bots acting on its superficial programming.



* HeartwarmingInHindsight: Episode 36 does this to Episode 3 as the scenes that were played straight referenced scenes that were parodied in the earlier episode. For one thing, it shows Joey does in fact remember Yugi standing up for him and Tristan, not to mention “Must… risk… life… for best friend.”

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* HeartwarmingInHindsight: Episode 36 does this to Episode 3 as the scenes that were played straight referenced scenes that were parodied in the earlier episode. For one thing, it shows Joey does in fact remember Yugi standing up for him and Tristan, not to mention “Must… risk… life… “Must...risk...life...for best friend.”



** Tristan talks about [[Anime/YuGiOh5Ds Card games on motorbikes]]. Later, it's announced that Tristan's second VA (from episode 10+ ) would also voice Yusei.
** "Stop trying to make 'BROOKLYN RAGE~!' into a CatchPhrase. [[Film/MeanGirls It's never going to work!]]" When you consider even Creator/WayneGrayson loves using it in Joey's dub voice…

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** Tristan talks about [[Anime/YuGiOh5Ds Card games on motorbikes]]. motorbikes.]] Later, it's announced that Tristan's second VA (from episode 10+ ) would also voice Yusei.
** "Stop trying to make 'BROOKLYN RAGE~!' into a CatchPhrase. [[Film/MeanGirls It's never going to work!]]" When you consider even Creator/WayneGrayson loves using it in Joey's dub voice…voice...



** The [=CardGamesFTW=] account was taken down due to claims of Copyright Infringement. In the episode posted just beforehand (50):

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** The [=CardGamesFTW=] account was taken down due to claims of Copyright Infringement.copyright infringement. In the episode posted just beforehand (50):



** In the Leather Pants parody-of-a-parody [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-3ejpPH7qro Literal Pants]], Marik repeatedly takes jabs at [[BitingTheHandHumor Kirbopher's artistic skills]] when it came to animating the video. This becomes funny when you consider Kirbopher and [=LittleKuriboih=]'s voice acting roles in the upcoming animation project ''WesternAnimation/MonsterBoy'', where they play a frustrated artist and a creature that exists solely to criticize him, respectively.

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** In the Leather Pants parody-of-a-parody [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-3ejpPH7qro Literal Pants]], Pants,]] Marik repeatedly takes jabs at [[BitingTheHandHumor Kirbopher's artistic skills]] when it came to animating the video. This becomes funny when you consider Kirbopher and [=LittleKuriboih=]'s [=LittleKuriboh=]'s voice acting roles in the upcoming animation project ''WesternAnimation/MonsterBoy'', where they play a frustrated artist and a creature that exists solely to criticize him, respectively.


** Zorc Nercophades, for being an {{Adorkable}} AffablyEvil world destroying monster.



** Dartz, ever since his appearance in Evil Council 3 where [=Takahata101=] started voicing him. He immediately become a beloved LargeHam FunnyForeigner who rattles out endless quotable lines.
** Duke Devlin brought sexy back.

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** Dartz, ever since his appearance in Evil Council 3 where [=Takahata101=] started voicing him. He immediately become a beloved LargeHam FunnyForeigner who rattles out endless quotable lines.
** Duke Devlin brought sexy back.is one of the most beloved secondary characters due to his catchy theme song.



* EvilIsSexy:
** Florence and Marik. Also this InUiverse as wekk.
** Mai in Season 4. Helped by the fact that she is voiced by a woman now.


** This show also gave characters like for example Tristan who in the original show was considered a FlatCharacter more personality.
** Not to mention most people prefer to call Yami Bakura Florence and calling Yami Marik the more unique name Melvin.

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** This The show is also gave praised for giving various characters like for example more unique personalities (like Tristan who in the original show was considered a FlatCharacter more personality.
** Not to mention most people prefer to call
and Dartz) and name changes (such as naming Yami Bakura Florence "Florence" and calling Yami Marik the more unique name Melvin."[[TomTheDarkLord Melvin]]").



** Which style of humor is funnier? Some people like more the humor of the first two seasons which despite the potshots at 4kids and the plot itself, most of the humor was very bizarre with dialogue often bordering in sheer randomness and RuleOfFunny unless you could understand the intricate amount of obscure references that sometimes felt like a WordSalad. Or the newer seasons' humor which is an inversion, with far more potshots and stablished characteristics and some randomness here and there, while it became a thing since season 3 it was really stablished in the fourth season. While consistent enough to still be identified as YGOTAS at any point, older fans usually prefer the former and feel the latter too predictable and bland, meanwhile newer fans find the former too inscrutable and has turned people away meanwhile the latter as rewarding.

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** Which style of humor is funnier? Some people like more the humor of the The first two seasons which which, despite the potshots at 4kids [=4Kids=] and the plot itself, most of the humor was very extremely bizarre with dialogue often bordering in on sheer randomness and RuleOfFunny unless you could understand the intricate amount of obscure references that sometimes felt like a WordSalad. Or the newer seasons' humor seasons which is an inversion, with far more potshots lessened the randomness in favor of RapidFireComedy, increased potshots, and stablished characteristics and some randomness here and there, while it became a thing since season 3 it was really stablished in the fourth season. characteristics. While consistent enough to still be identified as YGOTAS at any point, older fans usually prefer the former and feel the latter too predictable and bland, meanwhile while newer fans find the former too inscrutable and has turned people away meanwhile the latter as rewarding.inscrutable.



* ContinuityLockout: While kind of expected for a parody show, but the abridged series still relies on admittedly tight continuity for many of its jokes and plotlines with little to no exposition.

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* ContinuityLockout: While kind of expected for a parody show, but the abridged series still relies on admittedly tight continuity for many of its jokes and plotlines with little to no exposition.



* DorkAge: Late Season 2. Stale running gags and poorly-received ShoutOut humor were removed but not really replaced with anything.



** Florence and Marik.
** Mai in Season 4, helped by the fact that she is voiced by a woman now.

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** Florence and Marik.
Marik. Also this InUiverse as wekk.
** Mai in Season 4, helped 4. Helped by the fact that she is voiced by a woman now.



* FranchiseOriginalSin: The show has always enjoyed its running gags and Shout Outs. Like most original sins, it was when it became almost nothing but this without a reasonable balance that led to a decline in quality.

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* FranchiseOriginalSin: The show has always enjoyed One of things Season 2 was criticized for was its reliance on running gags and Shout Outs. Like most original sins, it referential humor. These were present in the series right from the start, but Season 2 was when it became almost nothing but this without a considered the point where there was no reasonable balance that led to a decline in quality.either forms of humor.



* SeasonalRot: Early Season 2 was seen as this for some people for an over-reliance on old jokes and referential humor. [=LittleKuriboh=] acknowledged this with Ishizu claiming [[SelfDeprecation their universe has grown tired and cliché]] in Episode 44.
* SeinfeldIsUnfunny: A lot of the older episodes will be much harder to watch nowadays when compared to the up-to-date quality and humour Little Kuriboh has added into his newer works. Season 4 constantly lampshades how things like the reference jokes got old for people.

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* SeasonalRot: Early Season 2 2, while certainly not without its fans, was seen as this for some people for an due to its over-reliance on old jokes and referential humor.humor without adding much else to balance it out. [=LittleKuriboh=] acknowledged this with Ishizu claiming [[SelfDeprecation their universe has grown tired and cliché]] in Episode 44.
* SeinfeldIsUnfunny: A lot of the older episodes will be much harder to watch nowadays when compared to the up-to-date quality and humour Little Kuriboh [=LittleKuriboh=] has added into his newer works. Season 4 It got to the point where [=LK=] began to constantly lampshades lampshade in Season 4 how things like the reference jokes got old for people.



* SoBadItWasBetter: There are some fans who prefer the more shoddy video quality and scratchy audio of the first two seasons, feeling that the more up-to-date quality and improved voice acting of later episodes don't have the same charm as the classic episodes.
* SomeAnvilsNeedToBeDropped: Yami's arc in season four delivers a strong message; don't take your friends for granted.

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* SoBadItWasBetter: There are some fans who prefer the more shoddy video quality and scratchy audio slower dialog of the first two seasons, feeling that the more up-to-date quality and improved voice acting of later episodes don't have the same charm as the classic episodes.
* SomeAnvilsNeedToBeDropped: Yami's arc in season four delivers a strong message; message: don't take your friends for granted.


* WeirdAlEffect: The series would make frequent references to WesternAnimation/PerfectHairForever due to LK's fondness for the show. However due to Perfect Hair's short lifespan and quick fade into obscurity while Yu-Gi-Oh! Abridged continued to reference it over a decade later, many fans started associating these rederences with YGO Abridged itself rather than Perfect Hair.

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* WeirdAlEffect: The series would make frequent references to WesternAnimation/PerfectHairForever due to LK's fondness for the show. However due to Perfect Hair's short lifespan and quick fade into obscurity while Yu-Gi-Oh! Abridged continued to reference it over a decade later, many fans started associating these rederences references with YGO Abridged itself rather than Perfect Hair.

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* WeirdAlEffect: The series would make frequent references to WesternAnimation/PerfectHairForever due to LK's fondness for the show. However due to Perfect Hair's short lifespan and quick fade into obscurity while Yu-Gi-Oh! Abridged continued to reference it over a decade later, many fans started associating these rederences with YGO Abridged itself rather than Perfect Hair.


** Every TakeThat against ''Anime/YuGiOhGX'' and Jaden becomes this in light of Creator/LittleKuriboh becoming a ConvertedFanboy for them over the course of “[=LittleKuriboh=] Watches YGO GX”.

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** Every TakeThat against ''Anime/YuGiOhGX'' and Jaden becomes this in light of Creator/LittleKuriboh becoming a ConvertedFanboy for them over the course of “[=LittleKuriboh=] Watches YGO GX”.''WebVideo/LittleKuribohWatchesYGOGX''.


** Which style of humor is funnier? Some people like more the humor of the first two seasons which despite the potshots at 4kids and the plot itself, most of the humor was very bizarre with dialogue often bordering in sheer randomness and RuleOfFunny unless you could understand the intricate amount of obscure references that sometimes felt like a WordSalad. Or the newer seasons' humor which is an inversion, with far more potshots and stablished characteristics and some randomness here and there, while it became a thing since season 3 it was really stablished in the fourth season. While consistent enough to still be identified as YGOTAS at any point, older fans usually prefer the former and feel the latter too predictable and bland, meanwhile newer fans find it too inscrutable and has turned people away.

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** Which style of humor is funnier? Some people like more the humor of the first two seasons which despite the potshots at 4kids and the plot itself, most of the humor was very bizarre with dialogue often bordering in sheer randomness and RuleOfFunny unless you could understand the intricate amount of obscure references that sometimes felt like a WordSalad. Or the newer seasons' humor which is an inversion, with far more potshots and stablished characteristics and some randomness here and there, while it became a thing since season 3 it was really stablished in the fourth season. While consistent enough to still be identified as YGOTAS at any point, older fans usually prefer the former and feel the latter too predictable and bland, meanwhile newer fans find it the former too inscrutable and has turned people away.away meanwhile the latter as rewarding.


** Which style of humor is funnier? Some people like more the humor of the first two seasons which despite the potshots at 4kids and the plot itself, most of the humor was very bizarre with dialogue often bordering in sheer randomness and RuleOfFunny unless you could understand the intricate amount of obscure references that sometimes felt like a WordSalad. Or the newer seasons' humor which is an inversion, with far more potshots and stablished characteristics and some randomness here and there, while it became a thing since season 3 it was really stablished in the fourth season. While consistent enough to still be identified as YGOTAS at any point, older fans usually prefer the former and feel the later too predictable and bland, meanwhile newer fans find the it too inscrutable and has turned people away.

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** Which style of humor is funnier? Some people like more the humor of the first two seasons which despite the potshots at 4kids and the plot itself, most of the humor was very bizarre with dialogue often bordering in sheer randomness and RuleOfFunny unless you could understand the intricate amount of obscure references that sometimes felt like a WordSalad. Or the newer seasons' humor which is an inversion, with far more potshots and stablished characteristics and some randomness here and there, while it became a thing since season 3 it was really stablished in the fourth season. While consistent enough to still be identified as YGOTAS at any point, older fans usually prefer the former and feel the later latter too predictable and bland, meanwhile newer fans find the it too inscrutable and has turned people away.


** Which style of humor is funnier? Some people like more the humor of the first two seasons which despite the potshots at 4kids and the plot itself, most of the humor was very bizarre with dialogue often bordering in sheer randomness and RuleOfFunny unless you could understand the intricate amount of obscure references that sometimes felt like a WordSalad. Or the newer seasons' humor which is an inversion, with far more potshots and stablished characteristics and some randomness here and there, while it became a thing since season 3 it was really stablished in the fourth season.

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** Which style of humor is funnier? Some people like more the humor of the first two seasons which despite the potshots at 4kids and the plot itself, most of the humor was very bizarre with dialogue often bordering in sheer randomness and RuleOfFunny unless you could understand the intricate amount of obscure references that sometimes felt like a WordSalad. Or the newer seasons' humor which is an inversion, with far more potshots and stablished characteristics and some randomness here and there, while it became a thing since season 3 it was really stablished in the fourth season. While consistent enough to still be identified as YGOTAS at any point, older fans usually prefer the former and feel the later too predictable and bland, meanwhile newer fans find the it too inscrutable and has turned people away.


* Which style of humor is funnier? Some people like more the humor of the first two seasons which despite the potshots at 4kids and the plot itself, most of the humor was very bizarre with dialogue often bordering in sheer randomness and RuleOfFunny unless you could understand the intricate amount of obscure references that sometimes felt like a WordSalad. Or the newer seasons' humor which is an inversion, with far more potshots and stablished characteristics and some randomness here and there, while it became a thing since season 3 it was really stablished in the fourth season.

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* ** Which style of humor is funnier? Some people like more the humor of the first two seasons which despite the potshots at 4kids and the plot itself, most of the humor was very bizarre with dialogue often bordering in sheer randomness and RuleOfFunny unless you could understand the intricate amount of obscure references that sometimes felt like a WordSalad. Or the newer seasons' humor which is an inversion, with far more potshots and stablished characteristics and some randomness here and there, while it became a thing since season 3 it was really stablished in the fourth season.

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* Which style of humor is funnier? Some people like more the humor of the first two seasons which despite the potshots at 4kids and the plot itself, most of the humor was very bizarre with dialogue often bordering in sheer randomness and RuleOfFunny unless you could understand the intricate amount of obscure references that sometimes felt like a WordSalad. Or the newer seasons' humor which is an inversion, with far more potshots and stablished characteristics and some randomness here and there, while it became a thing since season 3 it was really stablished in the fourth season.


** The joke about how the American dub of ''Yu-Gi-Oh'' showed that Téa picked a hallway to run down because she "has no idea what [she's] doing" and turning it into a running gag of Tea not knowing anything because she's a woman would also be met with accusations of sexism today, [[ComicallyMissingThePoint even though that's supposed to be the joke]] since it was making fun of [=4Kids=]' change of that line.


** In one of the tie-in videos to promote a con, Yami does a TakeThat against [[WebVideo/PokemonTheBridgedSeries Nowacking]], saying he must be a lesbian because he turned down his advances. Jess Nowack would [[https://twitter.com/Nowacking/status/380157392924594176 come out of the closet in 2013]].

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** In one of the tie-in videos to promote a con, Yami does a TakeThat against claims [[WebVideo/PokemonTheBridgedSeries Nowacking]], saying he Nowacking]] must be a lesbian because he turned for turning down his advances. Jess Nowack would [[https://twitter.com/Nowacking/status/380157392924594176 come out of the closet twice since then -- first as a lesbian in 2013]].2013, then as a straight trans man in 2018.

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