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  • Many, many of the episodes covered in Admirable Animation feature these, with Enter analyzing them all with respect and appreciation.
    • The trailer is particularly poignant, as it shows clips of Tear Jerker and Heartwarming from various shows, with "Everything's Alright" from To the Moon playing over them. At the end this caption comes up:
    This is why I do what I do. It's truly admirable what animation can do. It can touch our emotions in many ways, inspire us to new heights, give us direction, and give us purpose.
  • The old man's pep talk to Mr. Enter in "Poop Doggy Dogg" after the latter almost quits can be summed up as: "You are stronger than you think you are, because your fans stand by you."
    • At the end of this review, Mr. Enter refuses to make an easy joke about My Little Pony G3 on the grounds that not only it, but any other show he's ever criticized, are still better than Mega Babies.
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  • In his vlog Mr. Enter gets a little less mysterious: basically, he's so thankful for the support he gets from his fans that he felt the only way to thank them properly was to do it "in the flesh".
  • Although his temporary account termination was a terrible blow to him and many of his fans, the fact that he's receiving support from hundreds of his fans for it truly is admirable. Apparently admirable enough for his account to get back up.
  • After resolving to be less of a Caustic Critic, he remakes his "Pet Sitter Pat" review because he realized how unnecessarily hostile he was to Casey Alexander, and promises to stop directly attacking writers.
  • He shouted out to "Ashlyn's Crafix", where Ashlyn makes crochet customs of characters from shows, video games, etc.. His reason for doing this was because he really likes her work and says she's criminally unknown and criminally underrated (his words, not ours).
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  • The heavy amount of "Reason You Suck" Speech he gives towards the end of his The Return of Slade review combines Moment of Awesome with this. Especially if you are an aspiring animator, writer, designer, etc.
  • In "The Top 10 Worst Cartoons of the 2000s," he admits he's not a fan of John Kricfalusi, but still comes to his defense over how much Executive Meddling he's gone through.
  • Mr. Enter deciding to dedicate December 2015 entirely to Admirable Animations, on the simple grounds that he had over double the number of Animated Atrocities and needed to show more Admirable Animations.
  • In his "Top 11 Worst Episodes" list from 2013, he gives a shout out to Eddsworld by comparing it positively to the failed animated version of Ctrl+Alt+Del; after the shout out, he says: "And may Edd Gould rest in peace."
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  • While the "Where Are They Now?" Epilogue for Truth or Square is mostly hilarious, two of them stand out by giving The Woobies of the show the happy endings they deserved:
    Squidward moved to Tibet and found spiritual enlightenment.
    Plankton created a hair tonic and became an overnight success.
  • A minor moment from his review for the Drawn Together movie has him take time out of the beginning to say that, while he doesn't like the TV show, he insists that the viewers not hold the movie against the TV show, even with the terrible third season, and instead judging it on his own merits.
  • In his video for Doggy Poo, he goes out of his way to point out how much effort the movie put into its artwork. He thinks it was all wasted on a bad concept and that the movie fell into serious melodrama, but he still really puts effort into praising what he thinks the movie did right.
  • Admirable Animation #50: "TTG vs PPG". Despite Teen Titans Go! and The Powerpuff Girls (2016) both being widely criticized shows, Enter gives them both due credit here, noting that they both have the potential to be better.
  • In his Animated Atrocity for Totally Spies!, he does deliver a scathing review over the fetish aspect of a show intended for young children and for all the Flat Character personalities and written dialogue. But he does acknowledge that he saw it tried hard to take girls more seriously and didn't try to produce a crappy product that insulted girls and that the show had many fans who found a fetish they liked and were awakened in their sexuality.
    But I get it, a lot of people like this show and this show meant a lot to a lot of people; and that's impressive considering what we have here. As much as the fetish aspect is joked to death, if it's an aspect of yourself that you enjoy and you're not hurting anyone, then there isn't anything wrong with that at all. I don't think that the show is so forward with it that it can't be ignored so I don't really have a problem with it, it's not like "Squid Baby" from Spongebob for instance. Even beyond that, a lot of people can get past the things that bug me for the spy gadgets and the characters having a very upper-class lifestyle. It definitely tried more than some other shows pandering to young girls, I will give it that. And I can definitely see some people enjoying this show because of it's flaws. I find it a little too tedious to be So Bad, It's Good but I could totally understand you having that opinion. If you like the show genuinely, you're not alone, far from it.
  • His Animated Atrocities review for The Legend of Korra acknowledges that the show had its good points and delivered criticisms that would've helped to improve the show.
  • Though "we need to talk" is utterly depressing, the fan's response to Mr Enter's feelings were nothing but supportive.
  • Even though the review of "One of the Boys" was an atrocity, he repeatedly says that he's still quite fond of the show as a whole and one of his main criticisms of the episode is because it took away the Loud siblings' individuality, something he praises warmly.
  • At the end of the Wayside revisited review, he reveals the original books were what inspired him to become a writer.
  • In Mr Enter's video "Talking about my Online Harassment," within the comments, RebelTaxi actually apologized to Mr. Enter for insulting him multiple times.
    Pan Pizza: Sorry man. I admitted on later podcasts that I was sorry for the things I said. Lot of the stuff I said about you was me bitter about that 1 spongebob incident years ago, I know was a mistake out of your control.
    • It goes further as well, with many other people and critics who have mocked and made fun of him over the years apologising for what they said, and in general, showing a lot of support to Enter himself. Considering how polarising he can be, it's nice to see so many people, some who have even expressed their hate for him on multiple occasions, give him support and care.
  • Mr. Enter starts off his video The Animation "Genre" with a tribute to the late Stephen Hillenberg.
    It seems like we're aiming at a child audience, everyone can laugh at the basic human traits that are funny. It's playful, the humor is playful, the world is playful.
    —Stephen Hillenberg
  • The tour of his new office showcases some really genuine moments.


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