- Aborted Arc: As said on the main page, Batman Forever almost became this due to schedule conflicts, and Kenny has had to cancel a number of reviews.
- No matter how many times he tries to review Inuyasha: Secret of the Cursed Mask, he moves on to something else, usually due to technical difficulties, sometimes due to taking too long to record the game.
- At the start of 2016, after the Ghostbusters: The Game review, he wanted to review the anime movie Ghost in the Shell, but then decided to review Transformers Devastation, before finally settling on the Crash Bandicoot trilogy.
- Doing It for the Art: They don't get paid for their content, preferring to do it simply for the hell of it and because they want to entertain their fans. It's also why Cody does graphic design commissions for people, mainly celebrities — most stemming from Power Rangers — and why Kenny decided to humiliate himself with that "End Of The World Dance Party" in the Resident Evil 2 review.
- Speaking of Kenny, in the middle of October 2016, he got hit with a double whammy of bronchitis and an upper respiratory infection. He still went on with the Clock Tower review despite coughing up a lung every couple of minutes.
- Ear Worm: The Ghostbusters Theme, described as "kickass and catchy as all hell". Even Slenderman dances to it.
- In Memoriam: The Nickelodeon episode of 90's Talk was dedicated to Christine Cavanaugh, who passed away of undisclosed causes barely a week before it was recorded, and the Ghostbusters: The Video Game review was dedicated to the late Harold Ramis, complete with a picture slideshow replacing the usual opening.
- What Could Have Been: As said before, a number of reviews were cancelled due to various reasons — technical difficulties, the guys changing their minds, or just not having any material. As such, who knows if or when Kenny will review Inuyasha: Secret of the Cursed Mask, or when the three of them will ever get around to reviewing Batman And Robin.
- Averted, as Kenny finally got around to Secret of the Cursed Mask, which will be followed by the Splatterhouse series for Halloween.
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