Nostalgia Critic

Blog • 2007 • Comedy  Report
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hyperjenb
Mention of dogs dying during the tape recorder segment of "Conquest of the Commercials," as well as other moments.
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Does an animal die?
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Does a cat die?
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Are there bugs?
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An eye gets stabbed and bleeds in "Jem and the Holograms"
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"Princess Diaries 2" makes a reference to "toe decapitation." Critic's hands are burnt in "Son of the Mask."
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"Jurassic Park 3" has a prolonged scene where Critic learns his mother died.
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"Princess Diaries 2" and "Mad Max Fury Road"
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In the Frosted Flakes section of "Battle of the Commercials." A child freezes in the Campbell's section of "Rise of the Commercials" but may not be dead.
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The end of "Phantom of the Opera" reveals Hyper Fangirl was pursuing Critic while in a relationship; however Critic did not requite this affection and her relationship remains fine.
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Prominent in Hyper Fangirl episodes (biggest examples: Old vs New Spider-Man, Princess Diaries 2, and Christmas Story 2; alluded to in Phantom of the Opera, Chipwrecked, Doom, and all Hyper Fangirl vlogs)
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"Norm of the North", among others.
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The Frosted Flakes part of "Battle of the Commercials" features an insulin shot.
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There are jokes about cancer in some episodes.
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Many times, most often not permanent, often though shooting themself. "Pebble and the Penguin" uses the "toaster in bathtub" variant. The original "It" review also ends in a suicide.
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hyperjenb
"Grandma Got Run Over By a Reindeer" has very rapid red/green flashing from 25:03 to 25:11 (right after Critic grabs Tamara's shoulder). There is a warning at the start of the episode.
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hyperjenb
"You're a Dirty Rotten B*****d" special: Ma-Ti mentions Mary Poppins had an abortion.
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hyperjenb
Jokes about the subject are thrown around. The "Spooning with Spoony" crossover has offscreen rape. There are implications of sexual assault in the Hyper Fangirl arc.
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Are there incestuous relationships?
National Sexual Assault Hotline 800.656.4673
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Some episodes refer to NC as a woman / not a real man ("Mad Max," "Old Vs New Cinderella"). The "Jupiter Ascending" sketch also debates whether a man or woman should play one of the Wachowski sisters (at the time, only one was out as trans); she is not misgendered but the debate may still be uncomfortable.
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wesleythomasm
Acknowledged. Trevor has a 'Horror Movie Survival Kit' that involves him dressing up as a white guy.
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wesleythomasm
Episodic review series
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Several episodes have explosions as part of gags. "We Wish You a Turtle Christmas" shows an explosion of nuclear levels and its aftermath for the whole episode.
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Lots of jokes about child abuse. Anything with Aunt Despair and Uncle Lies and their kids is a definite red flag.
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"Lady in the Water": After the cereal boxes scene, Critic starts laughing so hard that he can't breathe.
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"Hocus Pocus": Three witches hung in silhouette. "Wild Wild West": A man running the film projector hung himself.
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