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All men are endowed by their creator with certain unalienable rights; that among these are life, liberty and the ability to like The Last Jedi.
  • In the EFAP on Patrick Willems's video on TLJ, Patrick calls the bizarre milking alien one of his favorite new additions to the Star Wars franchise. This results in a full 30 seconds of uninterrupted laughter from MauLer, Wolf, and Appabend.
  • This from his “Solo: A Star Wars Story: An Unbridled Rage"
    MauLer: Disney, listen to me. MAKE SOMETHING NEW!
    (Cuts to the scene of Luke milking the alien creature)
    MauLer: NO!
  • After watching “Black Panther: An Unbridled Rage” one will start to realize just how useful Black Panther’s balls truly are.
  • This from his “The Predator: And Unbridled Rage"
    MauLer: Though it isn’t over. The Ass Burger then questions his father’s choice to kill people, and the dad feels the need to justify it. And I can’t help but remember that we just got done with a scene in which Ass Burger vaporized a man for calling him a little shit, and seemed to not even fucking care. WHO WROTE THIS!?
    • Every instance of confusing or inept dialogue is punctuated with the question of "Who wrote this?!" and a close up on Dillon's confused face from Predator
  • The memes of John Adams, as a spider, specifically transcribing in the Bill of Rights that all men have the right to like The Last Jedi. Nuff said.
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  • The Stinger of "Captain Marvel: An Unbridled Meh"
    Ronan: The woman.
  • "A Hollywood poll shows that the majority of people hate mundanematt despite him having subscribers"
  • From EFAP #48
    • The bizarre font Browntable uses for "What Makes Good Art?" is so heavily stylized that MauLer misreads "Art" as "Rat", leading to a debate over "What makes good rat?"
    • The Running Gag where one video consists of a Powerpoint Presentation that didn't edit out speaker icons from video/audio clips. The placement leads them to conclude Darth Vader repeatedly throws "loud soup" at people
  • "Oh! There really was a Vietnam War?"

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