Cerebus Syndrome : There's still comedy involved, but the last Critic and To Boldly Flee played the character's brokenness for complete drama, Ask That Guy (as of writing) is hanging on a To Be Continued, sweet innocent Chester had a breakdown over selling out. Never Trust a Trailer : "Chamber of Frozen Blades" had the tagline "alright ILL!" and a picture of Doug with his middle fingers. Aluminium Christmas Trees : In the Forced Viewing July podcast, he recommends both Alcohollywood and The Mental Illness. Season 5 has now premiered and there's no new vlogs in sight. Manipulative Editing : Made fun of in a Gravity Falls vlog, when Rob decides onscreen that they'll do Over the Garden Wall and the shorts next, and that if Doug didn't want to he could just edit that bit out. Worst Aid : He hates the "just breathe" asthma movie advice, as he has asthma and when he has an attack his lungs literally close. As skinny and tired as he looks, most would still disagree. When Welshy teased him saying the IMDb trolls complaining that he "blew 60,000" on the show, he went into high-pitched flailing mode over how that was totally shown.
It happens a lot. Critic tried to bolt his closet door shut by complaining in a not well beloved editorial about the fanfic always making him gay, Donnie had a desperate-to-be-loved moment of wanting slash of himself, and Jimbroth snides in the DVD promo that there's too much slash. With Douchey in place of Chester as the mouthpiece for paradise cove luau coupon the fans, but Michaud talked him down. Ho Yay : In-universe during Batman vs Superman, Doug says that he saw the most sexual chemistry between those two and nothing with their supposed partners. Jori calls him out on it in "Fionna And Cake". Not surprisingly, he loves other workaholics who "are really happy about a lot of work". This might be obvious from the amount of anvils the Seuss reviews throw, but the real reviews of The Cat in the Hat and Alice in Wonderland (2010) has Doug "too much in a pit of hate" as he put it, to understand how anyone. Must Have Caffeine : Inverted in Chille-Ted, as Doug actually gets tired from caffeine and had no idea for ages that people actually ordered coffee to stay awake. In Hit The Diamond, he talks about how he's really glad that gay representation has gone from this trope to complicated characters who can actually show that they love their preferred gender. They sound like joke shows but they're both real.