- After enduring the entire 2000 series, Troy shows it who's boss.
- Using R.L. Stine's "Diary entry for October 10, 1995, a copy of which was accessed from the archive of his Xanga before he made it friends only" to reveal that he blatantly copied a scene in "Night of the Living Dummy II" to use in "Night of the Living Dummy III".
- A simple but effective one from his "The Perfect School" review in the "Even More Tales to Give you Goosebumps" post:Troy: (after explaining the process of entering the Perfect School)note A serious question at this juncture: Did R.L. Stine really feel comfortable borrowing such blatant Holocaust imagery for a Goosebumps story?
- From the first line right up to "But you guys came here for jokes.", Troy gives a serious discussion on how Goosebumps Jumped the Shark with One Day in Horrorland.
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