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Masterpiece Fanfic Theater
- Anytime he reads the typos out loud in My Immortal.
- Near the end, after the umpteenth pun is explained with a "geddit cuz im goffik", a caption appears onscreen in massive letters: "FOR THE LAST TIME, YES, WE GET IT!"
- In his reading of Cloud Mows The Lawn, he inserts footage of him eating a Baby Ruth bar in slow motion while reading a particularly disgusting scat scene.
- From his reading of The Wolf Blood Lineage; "Like the Invisible Man jerking off, that came out of nowhere."
- His "Web of Dimensions" review, where the reading of this Self-Insert Massive Multiplayer Crossover is vastly improved by the presence of the original author: Linkara.
- The Dane Dehaan song from "Sage vs. The Amazing Spider Man 2."
- Sage describing a hypothetical movie about anthropomorphized germs in "Sage vs. Lucy."
- In "Sage vs. Logan, Sage does the Truffle Shuffle. It Makes Just As Much Sense In Context.
- Gabe loves A Cure for Wellness. When he's told that Gore Verbinski directed it, he has an on-camera Heroic BSoD.Sage: I think you're experiencing all the range of emotions that a human being can experience right now.
- In "Sage vs. Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2", Sage, Gabe, and Amy talk about Thanos's love for Death, culminating in Amy calling Death a "two-timing whore" after learning it's the same Death who also has the hots for Deadpool.
- The thumbnail for "Sage vs. Fifty Shades Of Gray."
- 'Bending With Bennett', his segment in the Rejected "Spooning With Spoony" video. Spoony screams non-stop while Bennett just smiles at him.
- His "Top 10 Most WTF Music Videos" list. Highlights include:
Sage: Will this nightmare never end?!
- Claiming that the plot of the "Blue (Da Ba Dee)" video was made by a little kid, and then proceeding to explain the plot in a high-pitched little kid's voice.
- His overall grossed-out reaction to the "Get Down" video, right up until the end of it, when the black kid gives the "nightmare viewfinder" to a homeless man.
Sage: ... Deep?
- Looking up Peter Gabriel's "Sledgehammer" in the dictionary. He finds it under "apeshit nuts."
- Sage not being really sure about the primary goal of Primus and their music. He gives an example of one of their videos, in which frontman Les Claypool is dressed up as a lobster, and an astronaut rides a horse to a restaurant to order...lobster.
(Character from video raises hand)Sage: Ha-ba-ba-ba, put your hand down, you liar!
- "Hey, raise your hand if you can concisely explain what the hell we're watching!"
Sage: Hey, wanna never sleep again? Too late!(Cut to shot of the Windowlicker)Sage: (Wide-eyed and slack-jawed) ... Er?
- "Um, so...then the guy dances with an umbrella...seductively? And...the girls' faces turn into his face. And then...I wanna die!"
Sage: Son of a BITCH!
- Ending the list by pleading with Aphex Twin to "never, EVER do this again." Cut to a picture of the song's single cover, which has Richard D. James' head on a bikini-clad woman's body.
- In the commentary for Sage's review of Starchaser with The Nostalgia Critic, Doug Walker ends up further behind watching his copy of the review because of the mid-roll ads, leading them to empathize with fans who complain about such ads.
- The Top 20 Worst Number One Songs has some as well:
Bennett: Todd?Todd: Yes?Bennett: You're not wrong.Todd: And?Bennett: It's still my number 19.
- Minnie Riperton's high notes in "Lovin' You" are accompanied by the images of Cohaagen, Belloq, and exploding head guy's heads, well, exploding. Can also double as Nightmare Fuel.
- Mocking Milli Vanilli's WTH, Costuming Department?. "Business on top, high school track meet on bottom".
- Letting Todd in the Shadows deliver a VERY long rant about why he should've put Peter Cetera's "Glory of Love" higher than #19. After the rant...
I probably shouldHave brought a bookTo take my mindOff this dump I took
- In the entry for Ray Stevens' "Everything Is Beautiful", he calls Ray a "part time Red Green lookalike".
- The face he makes in the "London Bridge" entry. Ditto for the one he makes in his Milli Vanilli pick when he discovers a post defending them on YouTube.
- Making up his own lyrics for Creed's "With Arms Wide Open" after commenting on how Scott Stapp sounds like he's, in Bennett's own words, "working a turd that's halfway through the bowl yet just won't budge", complete with impression:
Sage: I'm 23 years old... And I still feel like I need an adult.
- His rant about "Hollaback Girl", in particular the Gratuitous Japanese intro.
- Getting uncomfortable after hearing Michael Jackson's intro lines in "I Just Can't Stop Loving You".
Sage: There is one part of the video that I always go back to: this guy right here. What is his deal? What does he do? Why is he looking at Ciara like he's staring at a plate of ribs? Is it racist for me to think he's staring at a plate of ribs? I'd make that face if I were staring at ribs! Who doesn't like ribs?
- Dissing Todd in the Shadows for not putting "Goodies" in his Top Ten Worst Hit Songs of 2004 list.
- Talking about the overenthusiastic dancing fat guynote in the "Goodies" video:
"All right, you big-swinging marketing dicks, we got five little douchebag kids never seen the rough side of sandpaper, let alone life. How do we sell them as badasses?"
- During his discussion of New Kids on the Block, he plays a hilarious clip wherein three ad executives debate how to sell a boy band as badasses with dialogue that sounds like a cross between The Thick of It and Absolute Power.
- Setting George Harrison's cover of "Got My Mind Set On You" to the laughing house scene from Evil Dead 2. Which is soon followed by...
- Bennett compares Frankie Valli's screechy high notes to Miss Piggy when she's karate-chopping Kermit.
- The Top 20 Best Number One Songs has these gems:
- From his Twitter: "Finally have the courage to ask for John Basedow for his autograph. #DepressingBucketList"
- Even John Basedow himself found that funny.