- He did a video on fair use, but decided to take it down shortly afterwards. In the video he made about why he did that, he said it was because he wasn't sure if he was correct in what he was saying, and that he didn't want to spread any misinformation. He even admitted to not being good at talking about stuff like copyright law. Not many can state outright that they don't know something, that they're not good at something, or that they might be wrong about something. He also said that he wants his channel to be a fun place, and apologized for there not being videos from him about cartoons and the like for several weeks.
- Putting out a Bottom of the Bakery episode just two days after his SpongeBob Season 7 video, which he practically worked himself to the bone on.
- This Twitter rant:Create actually new characters that girls can relate to and be proud of instead of going: Welp you can have these leftovers from a decade ago.Girls deserve rounded and flawed characters, well told stories, good comedy, and everything else that good cartoons have.When you make shows that go over the top in pandering to girls, it will exclude boys AND make girls think they can ONLY like "girly" shows.Korra and the first PPGs show that you can still get boys to watch a show about a girl. It just has to be good.Alright I'll stop my tirade. I just feel strongly about this stuff, but after the fair use thing, I don't really want to open this can in a vid.
- Arguably, whenever he's incredibly angry at the actions of a certain network. Pie Guy truly is the residential Nice Guy of YouTube internet reviewers and doesn't seem to get as mad as others. However, when he does lose his cool, he ''really'' loses his cool. Take his rant on Nickelodeon for example where he finally lashes out at Nickelodeon again and brutally attacks their awful and downright childish decisions.
- His Twitter rant about the awful people in the Steven Universe fandom:I'm starting to hate the Steven Universe fandom. Not everyone who likes SU but the fandom as a whole. It makes me not want to make SU videosThere was a time when I thought it was cool and good about having open discussions, but nah you can't say anything bad about the show.I got into it, cause I wanted to get away the AT fandom and the "nothing is ever bad, you're not smart enough to see the symbolism" nonsense
- His entire rant on "Let's Get Serious" of Teen Titans Go!. On why the show fails as a comedy, comparing it to how Spongebob and Uncle Grandpa understand narrative substance far better (i.e., the use of a Straight Man). And more on-point, how thin-skinned the creators are and how they misrepresented the tone of the original series in this episode.
- Which culminates as his third rant of Teen Titans Go!, where he calls out the writers for their hypocrisy in where they say they are against "stealing" as they do "steal" themselves.
- His video about the Steven Universe fan art incident. All of it. Can also count as a Tear Jerker.
- Him making his YouTube channel his senior project in college.
- His "Reason You Suck" Speech in the YouTube comments on Doug Walker's Christmas with the Kranks review:"Oh wow look at that, if you actually look at the comments, all the top ones are actually intelligent. You may disagree with them, but they are all just people sharing their honest opinion mostly in a constructive manor. While there are plenty of cancerous YT comments, the ones that float to the top usually have something important to say that people care about. C'mon Doug, for a critic, you sure do have a major problem with people criticizing you. It's not always about change, many people complain based on quality. The skits are hit or miss and many people think so. The Hocus Pocus review was majorly misleading and IMO horrendously unfunny and poorly written. If you disagree, that's fine, but don't go trying to dismiss my opinion of your show with a "you hate it cause it's different'. Give your fans some more credit than that and actually be proud that they are as critical of you as you have been to films over the years. I respect you a lot as a creator, but your attitude hasn't been the best ever since Demo Reel flopped."
- This video tears the Don't Like, Don't Read argument a new one.
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