- Acting for Two: Chris plays Rowdy C, The PO'ed Pizza Guy, Mark, Malicia's mook, Professor Stupidiot, and does the voices of the ninja cats. Carey Denise (his sister) plays Slacker Sis and Malicia.
- Channel Hop: While originally starting on Youtube (Although trailers and edited reviews are still uploaded), the series has moved from Blip (which cancelled his show during a mid-2014 cull), to Dailymotion (the account was hacked), Zippcast (was shut down by 2016), Vidme (was shut down by 2017), and Manic Expression. As of 2019, his reviews have been uploaded to Vimeo.
- Cowboy BeBop at His Computer: He has made a few slip-ups in his research.
- All his jabs at Seth MacFarlane for the Family Guy episodes he reviewed and his "The Reason You Suck" Speech (a parody of a "The Reason You Suck" Speech delivered in the show itself) toward him aren't as effective when you consider that MacFarlane didn't write a single one of those episodes, nor was he a showrunner by the time those episodes were produced, though at least he did acknowledge that in later reviews of the show.
- In his Batman review he says that the Adam West show was not the first Batman series made for TV and refers to the 1940s movie serials. However, those were MOVIE serials, not made for TV. Heck, The Batman movie serial come out in 1943, preceding any TV series on American television.
- In his season 3 review of Glee he mentions a common criticism that the 3 writers Ryan Murphy, Ian Brennan, and Brad Falchuk don't appear to look at each others scripts. Starting with season 3, though, Glee had hired 6 additional writers so it was no longer just those 3.
- Follow the Leader: He freely admitted that he was inspired to get into online reviewing by Doug Walker, Lewis Lovhaug and Noah Antwiler.
- Schedule Slip: On April 8, 2013, he announced that he would limit himself to either a TV Trash review or a one-off per week, instead of a TV Trash episode and a one-off. But after "Five Other Frak-Ups" on May 20, he went two weeks in a row without any new content.
- The Blip cull in May 2014 caused his show to enter a summer-long hiatus, but he returned in August.
- Screwed by the Network: In May 2014, Blip decided to terminate his account as part of a cull of content. Ultimately, after he got the termination notice, he took the measures himself: once a majority of his videos were moved to Dailymotion and Manic Expression, he pulled the plug on the Blip account.
- Talking to Himself: He also voices his three plush cats: Cecil, Perkins, and Garfield.
- What Could Have Been: He attempted to get on Channel Awesome.
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