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  • How to be Popular by Matt Santoro. Eugene finally gets his own video, where Matt helps him to be popular. Especially the last scene where Matt gives Eugene advice: He tells him to express his style, so he dances to "Sexy and I Know It" by LMFAO, and he even twerks!
  • The Mysterious Mr. Enter:
    • His "One of the Boys" review really tears into why he hates the episode: because it's sexist, while The Loud House usually goes out of its way to defy sexism. He also gives some good advice: "Write a character as a character before you write them as a member of their gender, sexuality, nationality, etc."
    • His review for "Homer Badman" is a well-done speech on how false accusations of rape are a very real, serious problem, but at the same time we shouldn't downplay real rape. He also points out that statistics can be misleading and that a fault that most cultures have is that we assume the legal system failed whenever a "Not Guilty" verdict is reached.

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