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So the NC is ending

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by , 14th September 2012 at 07:30 PM (370 Views)
http://thatguywiththeglasses.com/videolinks/thatguywiththeglasses/video-updates/36516-no-more-nostalgia-critic

Honestly, I was getting tired of NC. I haven't watched him in forever, every joke got old, so I'm happy. :D

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  1. Karamazov's Avatar
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    I'm not sure how I feel. On the one hand, he was actually starting to articulate his reviews more and be something other than an angry fan. He actually started to focus on the good points of movies more. But at least now they can work on new, fresh content.
  2. UnovaCastaway's Avatar
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    NNNNNNOOOOOOOOOO!!!!!
  3. Ghetsis-Dennis's Avatar
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    He was the voice of movie fans; why would he end it? Now no one will ever listen to him about good/bad movies.
  4. Ino-Chan's Avatar
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    I love the website so damn much. I found him years ago, and I still follow him even though he has gotten less funny. And I am so god damn glad that they are keeping the site up, and they are keeping the other reviewers.

    I feel sad that it is ending however.
  5. Phoenixphlare's Avatar
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    This new show better be good >:(
  6. Jack Pschitt's Avatar
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    I, for one, am sad to see the Nostalgia Critic go. He's brought me lots of laughs.

    On the other hand, though, maybe Doug felt like he was starting to run out of creative juice. It didn't seem like that was the case to me, but really, the only person who could know for sure about that is Doug himself. So ending it now was probably for the best. It's avoiding the fate of so many other shows, Internet or otherwise, that being a slow degeneration into suckitude. It's good that the Nostalgia Critic is ending on a high note. Doug has managed his character well by doing this.

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